The "Voice of Blue Area Sports" for a quarter century, Dennis is branching out on his own venture after 30 years in the radio business with this site, bringing the area all of it's favorite High School Sports play-by-play streamed LIVE!

Stuckey's long career began in the early 90's at WIDL/WKYO in Caro, Michigan after graduating from the Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts. His very first night on the job was a high school football broadcast between Reese and Unionville-Sebewaing (A 44-8 blowout win by the Patriots) and he hasn't stopped doing games since, covering football, boy's and girl's basketball, hockey, baseball, and softball in over 1,000 broadcasts! And that's just the high school sports he has done! After coming to Port Huron in the mid 90's, Stuckey began calling play-by-play of minor league professional hockey, having done over 1,300 career games as the radio voice of the Border Cats, Beacons, Flags, Icehawks, Fighting Falcons, and Prowlers. He has also worked for professional hockey teams in Louisville, Kentucky and Lake Charles, Louisiana in his career.

What are some of Dennis' career high lights? He called back-to-back Class B Boy's Basketball Championships court side from the Palace of Auburn Hills for Saginaw Buena Vista in 1992 and 1993, while working at WKCQ/WSAM in Saginaw, Michigan. In 2013 Stuckey was at the mic from Ford Field as the Marine City Mariners out gunned Grand Rapids South Christian 49-35 to win the Division 4 State Title in Football. Spring of 2016 brought tons of excitement, when Dennis called the clinching game of the FHL's Commissioner's Cup which saw the Port Huron Prowlers win the first professional hockey title in the Blue Water Area in 45 years! It was only about a month later that he was again on the call in East Lansing at MSU for the Division 2 State Final in Softball, as Erin Shuboy pitched just the 13th no-hitter in State Finals history leading Richmond to their first ever softball title!

Over a long career Dennis has received several awards from the Associated Press, and the Michigan Association of Broadcasters for his work, including Best Play-By-Play Sports in 2017 for his call of a football game between Port Huron Northern and Marine City.

Brady is a graduate of Marysville High School and just finished up his college football career at Wayne State University, where he was a four year letterwinner and a 2019 GLIAC All-Academic Team member. On the field he made the most of his playing time as a defensive end, with two career kick blocks and an interception return for a touchdown in a 34-0 win over Davenport his senior season! Off the field Brady's hard work in the class room earned him a degree in Broadcast Journalism in December of 2019.

Brady all ready has over two years of broadcasting experience as a sports talk show co-host on local radio and during the summer of 2019 he was a broadcast intern at WJR in Detroit for the Mitch Albom Show. His play-by-play career is also off to a strong start, having all ready spent the 2019-20 season in the booth as part of the broadcast team for the Port Huron Prowlers of the Federal Professional Hockey League.

Beedon has strong roots in the Blue Water Area, especially in athletics. His father, Roger Beedon, is also a Marysville graduate, and was a member of the Ohio State hockey team from 1985-89, getting drafted by the Montreal Canadiens in 1985. Mother Kerry Beedon is a Port Huron High graduate. Grandfather Mike Mullins is a former Iowa University football letterwinner, who spent almost three decades in radio here in the Blue Water Area.

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