Kyle joined the news team in August 2020 as the newest sports reporter and anchor. Kyle was born in Jacksonville, Florida and is a graduate of the University of Florida. Go Gators! He graduated with a bachelors degree in telecommunications with an outside concentration in sports management. Sports have always been the focal point of Kyle’s life, from watching SportsCenter every morning growing up to playing baseball through high school. Kyle is a big Braves fan and loves to watch his Jaguars on Sunday. Kyle is excited to be in Albany and is looking forward to helping the sports department at WALB grow. When outside of the station Kyle enjoys the beach, reminiscing on his playing days, eating good food and playing lots of video games. Feel free to reach out if you see him around town!
Off and on until 2012 where these two have met every single year since. Back in November, the Trojans won this one in dominant fashion 45-3. On Friday night, their season and title hopes are on the line.
Our Game of the week brings us to Leesburg, head coach Dean Fabrizio and the Trojans are gearing up for what they hope is another deep run and it begins Friday night at home as they host the Tigers from Tucker.
Lee County welcomes in Valdosta and the winner will walk away the champs of region one in 6-A. The Trojans have taken that title each of the past three years but Rush Propst and company are looking to spoil that party.
Two teams taking the field who have been hit pretty hard by the pandemic. Thomas County Central, who’s been shut down a couple of times by Covid-19 is traveling to the good life city to take on the Westover Patriots.