Featured on the Nov. 13 WBOC Sports Report: Joe Flacco status is in doubt to start this Sunday against the Bengals College Basketball: Longwood at Maryland Eastern Shore College Basketball: Chestnut Hill at Delaware College Basketball: Delaware State at Loyola Delaware HS Field Hockey Semifinals: Polytech vs. Cape Henlopen
About Matt Pencek
Matt joined WBOC in October 2015 as a Sports Broadcast Journalist. He is a native of Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania. Matt graduated from Penn State where he received a bachelor’s degree in journalism. He started his broadcast career as the news/sports director of WEMR AM 1460 in his hometown of Tunkhannock. Matt held that same position for WALI/WROG radio in Cumberland, MD. His first television position was as the weekend sports anchor at WHAG-TV in Hagerstown, MD where he eventually became the Sports Director. Matt then moved to Florence, SC to become a sports reporter/anchor for WPDE-TV In 2011 along with his brother David, Matt co-authored The Great Book of Penn State Sports Lists. From 2012 – 2015 he was the lead radio play-by-play voice for The Friday Night High School Football Game of the Week for DE FOX Sports 1290 in Wilmington, DE. The last 2 years at the radio station Matt was the studio host during the University of Delaware Football radio broadcasts. He has also called the action for the both the Blue Hens men’s and women’s basketball teams. Outside of work, Matt is married to his wife Shannon and has two sons; Jack and Connor. E-mail Matt Pencek at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Twitter @mattpencek_wboc. Check out all stories by Matt.
Maryland WBOC Sports Director Matt Pencek (34-10) James M. Bennett over Chesapeake North Caroline over Elkton Easton Star Democrat’s Dave Insley (33-11) James M. Bennett over Chesapeake North Caroline over Elkton Delaware WBOC Sports Director Matt Pencek (29-11) Sussex Central over Appoquinimink Woodbridge over Howard Delmar over Archmere Delaware State News Andy Walter (27-13) Sussex […]
Kent Island won this season’s Bayside Field Hockey Championship, so it is with little surprise that the Buccaneers swept the individual awards for the North half of the conference. Ella Kaufman took Player of the Year honors. Kent Island’s Jami Wilt was named Coach of the Year. 1st Team North Bayside Goalie Ashley […]
Playoff seasons by two of Salisbury’s city schools resulted in individual award wins. James M. Bennett running back SaQuan Cotton was named Offensive Player of the Year. North Caroline defensive end Kendron Wayman won Defensive Player of the Year. Brendan Riley’s breakthrough season at Parkside helped earn Coach of the Year honors. Winning Special […]
Featured on the Nov. 12 WBOC Sports Report: John Harbaugh likely will be done as Ravens head coach after the season College Basketball: North Carolina A&T at Maryland Wesley College playing basketball in a new conference NASCAR’s final four is set
Two defensive scoop and scores along with two plays Henlopen South champ Woodbridge are featured in the Top Five Plays of the Week.
Parkside won the Bayside South Field Hockey title so it is fitting the Rams took home the postseason awards. WBOC Mountaire Farms September Scholar Athlete of the Month, Maura Mears, was named Player of the Year. Hannah Mascara earned Goalkeeper of the Year. The Rams Kimberly Pelot won Coach of the Year. Below is the […]
Featured in Part 1 of the Nov. 9 Final Score A look ahead to Saturday’s Maryland High School Football playoff games Perryville at Cambridge South Dorchester
Featured in Part 2 of the Nov. 9 Final Score: Delmar at Woodbridge Caesar Rodney at Dover Sussex Tech at Cape Henlopen Seaford at Laurel
Cheerleaders are part of the high school game day experience. Their efforts are more than just a performance. These teams require athletic members to be successful