Ray Canevari possess more than 30 years of television and radio experience. Ray's professional history includes positions such as news and sports director, television play-by-play announcer for FC Dallas of Major League Soccer, radio and television play-by-play announcer for Southern Methodist University (SMU) and Ray also wrote, produced and anchored the television show, NTX Soccer Insider. 

Ray has radio management experience serving as Interim GM of KHYI in Plano, Texas and Operations Manager at KTIP radio in Porterville, CA.

Ray spent 17 years as the morning drive Sports Anchor for the USA Radio Network heard around the world via satellite and on the Armed Forces Radio Network.

On the sports side, Ray was a semi-professional soccer player and has been a very successful select soccer coach for 30 years winning 25 championships over the past ten years. 


Scott Johnston

Scott Johnston is the President of EmmausSports.com and is a proud alum of Emmaus High School (Class of 1985) and has been covering sports in the East Penn School District for a number of years. 

“It’s been my goal since I started up Emmaussports.com to give our studentathletes the best possible coverage for all of their hard work – both on and off the field “



Tony Sibilla hails from New York and has been involved in the world of broadcasting since his start as a Broadcast Engineer for WABC Radio New York in 1989. He moved on to Chicago to produce and engineer live broadcasts for the Chicago Bulls Radio Network from 1991-93 and also worked with the Chicago White Sox, DePaul Basketball and Northwestern University. 

Tony then spent three years with WGN Radio in the same capacity. During that time, he did Play-by-Play for Northwestern Women’s Basketball and high school football for Jones Intercable. Tony considers himself very fortunate to have worked with so many great broadcasters along the way including local legends Harry Kalas and Gene Hart as well as former Sixers and current Bulls announcer Neil Funk. Tony currently resides in Lansdale and has been a PA resident since 2005.



Sam Fritz is a Communications/Journalism graduate of Shippensburg  University. During his time there he provided play-by-play and color  commentary for the Shippensburg Red Raiders basketball, baseball,  boxing, and football teams. He also served as a DJ, Music Director, and  General Manager of the campus station 88.7 WSYC. 



Bio coming soon


Andrew trumbore

 Andrew has been a proud resident of the Lehigh Valley his entire  life, living in just about every corner of the region. He graduated from  Freedom High School in Bethlehem in 2007 before moving to Emmaus in  2008 and living in the area until 2011 before moving back to the  Bethlehem area. Andrew graduated from Northampton Community College with  an Associate’s Degree in Radio and Television Production. After  college, Andrew joined the broadcast team at Lehigh Valley Fox Sports  Radio 1230 and 1320 as a producer for the drive home show and live  sports broadcasts including NFL, MLB, NBA and NCAA events. His time with  LV also saw him work as a fill-in producer for the Lehigh Valley  Ironpigs and Lehigh University basketball broadcasts. Andrew has also  been a member of the Lehigh Valley Phantoms in-arena production team as  an audio engineer for Phantoms hockey and other events held in the PPL  Center since 2017 





Noah Sparandeo is December 2019 graduate of DeSales University with a B.S. in Sport Management. He served as the play-by-play and color broadcaster for DeSales University sports, including basketball, baseball, softball, soccer, field hockey, volleyball, and lacrosse. He hosted the show Inside DeSales Basketball on the DeSales University Sports Network. Noah has also been involved with other Lehigh Valley sports organizations in various roles. Noah resides in Easton, PA.



Patrick Keefer is a game-day producer for Penn Sports Radio. Patrick is a graduate of Northampton high school, and also a proud alumnus of Northampton Community College in Bethlehem, PA. 

After graduating from NCC, Patrick has worked a variety of jobs in the industry. He's done video editing for Major League Baseball, live television production for Lehigh valley sports, and many other side projects. Patrick is very passionate and focused on his work in broadcasting.