Our Staff Writers generally write on a weekly, or bi-weekly basis and are assigned content by the Managing Editor. If you’re interested in being a Staff Writer for The Good in Sports, visit Join the Team!
- Alanna – Lead Writer: Football, Articles/Blurbs
Growing up listening to sports talk radio, Alanna was ruined to other professions early on. She started as a sports staff writer at the age of 20 and has been blessed to cover sports – from high school to the NFL – for the past decade. A Western New York native, she and husband recently relocated to Houston, TX where she practices her two-step while covering the Texans and 5A high school football.
- Gary – Staff Writer: Hockey, Articles/Blurbs
Husband to his high school sweetheart and father to a wonderful son, Gary has a love for all sports but hockey, softball, and baseball are where his passion lies. Gary is a die hard fan of the Blue Jackets, Indians, Browns, and anything else Cleveland related. When he isn’t watching sports, he’s officiating softball, football, and basketball games.
- Jul – Lead Writer: Basketball, Articles/Blurbs
You don’t know what it means to be a die-hard fan until you’ve been a Los Angeles Clippers fan. Jul inexplicably bleeds for her Los Angeles Clippers, understandably has a seething hatred for the Lakers, yet loves all things NBA. She’s a big Dodgers fans and loves the San Francisco 49ers.
- Kaley – Staff Writer, Articles/Blurbs
Kaley is a die-hard Kansas Jayhawks fan, Rock Chalk!! She also follows the Redskins, Chiefs and the Phillies. Kaley recently met the Phillies players and the Phanatic and it was a fabulous experience. She loves watching any sport at their venue. Kaley also plays soccer with a women’s team and coaches soccer when she can. When the weather is cold, she enjoys skiing and snowboarding.
- Sam – Lead Writer: Baseball, Articles/Blurbs
Born and raised in Illinois (90 miles southwest of Chicago) as a displaced Pittsburgh fan. Big fan of the Pirates, Steelers, and Penguins. Makes it to Pittsburgh at least once a year for a three-game series at PNC Park to watch the Pirates. Firmly believes PNC Park is “The Best Ballpark in America!” Plans on calling Pittsburgh his home someday, which will include season tickets to watch the Pirates. Trying to achieve that goal before he turns 40.