Josh Shelton joined the NewsWatch 12 team in May 2019.
Josh was born in Alexandria, Virginia and lived there his whole life before moving away for college. He attended Ball State University for four years, where he earned a double major in journalism and telecommunications and minored in history.
Josh’s passion for sports broadcasting dates back to when he was 12 and took the journalism merit badge en route to earning the Eagle Scout award. Then after donning a head set in the Nationals press box, he knew what he wanted to be.
Josh has covered sports around the world, doing play-by-play for the DC Grays, covering curling and luge at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea and reporting on high school sports around Muncie, Indiana.
Josh is the oldest of two. His younger brother attends Virginia Tech and studies finance and computer science. His mom is a sales manager for one of the largest private companies in the nation and his dad has been a PGA golf professional for over 20 years.
When Josh gets some free time you can find him golfing, snowboarding, cheering on his favorite Washington sports teams (Nationals and Capitals), or trying to relive his glory days on the lacrosse field.
The Round Ball Wrap returns to the airways in southern Oregon and northern California with highlights and scores.
The biggest game of the year for both Oregon Tech basketball programs comes in the middle of the season in the form of the 11th Pink Out Game.
Since starting the season 2-4, the Raiders men's basketball team has found their groove and confidence after winning their last three games.
Trailing 30-3 to open the second half, No. 14 Oregon managed to outscore No. 16 Oklahoma 29 to 17 in the final 30 minutes but still fell to the Sooners, 47-32.
When COVID protocols left the OIT women's basketball team with just five available players, the Owls took to the court and came away with one of the best wins in program history.
Defense was the name of the game this weekend as the Southern Oregon Raiders played their last games before a week break in the schedule.
COVID protocols had the Oregon Tech women's basketball team down to just the bare minimum but they still managed to win against Corban, 79-73.
The Phoenix High School Athletics proposal and appeal to play down from 4A to 3A was denied by the OSAA on Monday.
Kami Walk has emerged as one of the top women's basketball players in the Cascade Conference in the past three weeks, a testament to her hard work in the offseason.
Oregon football didn't seem to learn from their earlier game against Utah, falling again by double digits to the Utes, 38-10.
Data is updated nightly.
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