The Greatest Hits of All-Time!
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The Greatest Hits of All-Time!



When I was in elementary school I began organizing and hosting singing/acting shows for the neighborhood. It’s no surprise to me that I ended up in the entertainment industry with music. Never being a morning person before doesn’t stop me from loving this new adventure as the Classic Hits Morning Show Host.

This position allows me to use music to magically transport listeners back to a specific memory, place, or time. Can you say Jack of All Traits…I also hold the roles of Promotional Director along with Traffic & Billing while dabbling in Sales.

My career began in television working for TV54 out of Bucyrus when I graduated from the Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University in 1990. My first venture into radio was working for WBCO/WQEL Radio as their News Director before returning to school to become a court reporter and taking a break from radio to pursue other avenues.

I am so proud to say my best accomplishments are my two amazing daughters, Vern, who is attending a University in Chicago studying archaeology while dabbling in radio; and Faith, who is a Senior in high school.

When I’m not at the radio station you can find me working for the MJ Brown Construction Company as their Social-Media Director and putting in some hours for ECS North.

And if I have spare time I always enjoy a great book, being outdoors, dancing, and having a blast with friends… not to mention a mean game of dominoes or a spur of the moment adventure.

Favorite Classic Hits Bands:
.38 Special
Boston --- did we mention I partied backstage with them when I was at OU!
Earth, Wind & Fire – love me a good brass section!

On-Air Schedule

Monday 06:00am - 10:00am Classic Hits Morning Show
Tuesday 06:00am - 10:00am Classic Hits Morning Show
Wednesday 06:00am - 10:00am Classic Hits Morning Show
Thursday 06:00am - 10:00am Classic Hits Morning Show
Friday 06:00am - 10:00am Classic Hits Morning Show


On-Air Schedule

Tuesday 03:00pm - 06:00pm Classics with the Classic
Wednesday 03:00pm - 06:00pm Classics with the Classic
Thursday 03:00pm - 06:00pm Classics with the Classic
Friday 03:00pm - 06:00pm Classics with the Classic

Lance Morris

Well for starters I come from a family where I am the only child.

I knew I wanted to do something in sports from a fairly young age. It wasn't until I shadowed then Toledo Sports radio personality, Norm Wamer, that I knew I wanted to do sports radio.

I graduated from Northwood High School in Northwood, Ohio in 2012. I graduated from THE Bowling Green State University in May of 2016 with a degree in Media Production with a focus on radio. While in school I was a part of the Bowling Green Radio Sports Organization and did play-by-play for multiple BGSU Teams. I was lucky enough to broadcast from Quicken Loans Arena (now Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse) for the Semi-Finals of the MAC Men's Basketball Tournament, and I got to be a sideline reporter for the MAC Title game in Football at Ford Field in 2015.

As amazing as those experiences have been I've been fortunate to have two summers broadcasting baseball. The summer of 2015 I was in Xenia, Ohio, and the summer of 2016 I was in Chugiak, Alaska! Spending two months in Alaska was some of the best days I've ever had in my life. Each of those summers helped shape me in ways that probably couldn't and wouldn't have happened otherwise.

Sports and Pop Culture are where I get my main thrills on a day-to-day basis. My teams are the Detroit Tigers, Orlando Magic, BGSU Falcons, and the Ohio State Buckeyes.

My favorite Sports Radio Shows & Podcasts: The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz and anything from the Le Batard and Friends Podcast Network.
I enjoy my 're-watch podcasts as well with Office Ladies (The Office) and Talkville (Smallville)

My music fix is mostly rap and rock. Boston, Styx, Foreigner, Kansas and Bon Jovi are some of my favorites that we play on Classic Hits.

You can catch me on-the-air in some different ways throughout the week!

Monday-Friday: Doing News & Sports reports with Dawn at 6:30, 7:30, 8:30, & 9:30
Wednesdays: Hosting the NWO Orthopedics Sports Huddle live from the Fricker's Studios from 6-7:30 (both stations, football through basketball).
Fridays: Doing play-by-play for our BVC/SBC Game Of The Week during football and basketball season.


Bart Wilson

My radio broadcasting journey didn't start until I was a Junior at Findlay High School back in 2011. I started working at 88.3 WLFC which is the student radio station for the University of Findlay. During the rest of my high school years, I helped create highlight clips for sporting events and did sideline reporting for football. I graduated from high school in 2013 and went to the University of Findlay. While I was in college, I was able to work for 1330 WFIN helping with the high school football scoreboard show, commercial editing, and producing. I eventually did play-by-play for their taped delay games covering the Blanchard Valley Conference for football and basketball. I also had the opportunity to do two internships with the Cleveland Browns in 2015 working in Special Events and Corporate Partnerships.

Once I graduated from college, I did an internship with the Spartan Sports Network in East Lansing, MI covering Michigan State athletics. I helped with their morning show, interviewed coaches and players, created highlight clips for basketball and football, produced multiple sporting events, and created feature stories. I received a Michigan Association Broadcast Excellence Award for a feature I did on George Alderton.

My next pit stop was 95.7 FM and 1290 AM WHIO in Dayton, OH. I worked there for two years doing a wide variety of jobs for the station which included anchoring, producing network programming and University of Dayton basketball and football games, and created content during critical situations that effected the Dayton area.

After working in Dayton, I headed back to Findlay to work at 106.3 The Fox calling Ottawa-Glandorf High School football and basketball. During that season, the football team made it all the way to the Division V State Semifinals and the basketball team made it all the way to the Division III State Championship game.

Now, I'm happily working for 96.7 WBVI and ESPN 105.7 FM and 1430 AM hosting the Friday Night Psych Up Show and Scoreboard Show for high school football. I produce football and basketball games for both stations and am the Office Coordinator for the station.

Jay Coffey

Jay's been Rockin' and Rollin' for decades, beginning as a bass player in San Francisco Bay Area bands. His radio career begin at a small station in Modesto, and after four years moving around Central California, he wound up playing the hits in Los Angeles for over 28 years. A lifelong lover of Golden retrievers, he acquired a tolerance for miniature Schnauzers thanks to his wife Janet who’s been afflicted with Schnauzer-itis since her childhood on Long Island. Jay is dedicated to making radio fun and informative for his listeners.

John Summers

John’s 30+ year radio career has taken him all across the country. His love of music from the player’s perspective has done the same: Lots of traveling as the guitarist in his own rock band! He’s also worked as a session musician for other great artists. When John’s not rockin’ on stage or entertaining us on the radio, he’s hitting the hills off-road on his mountain bike or motorcycle, or he’s buried in his music room going through his huge collection of LPs. He also loves a great novel and never misses the latest block-buster movie.

On-Air Schedule

Monday 03:00pm - 08:00pm John Summers
Tuesday 06:00pm - 08:00pm John Summers
Wednesday 06:00pm - 08:00pm John Summers
Thursday 06:00pm - 08:00pm John Summers
Friday 06:00pm - 08:00pm John Summers

Joyce Jefferson

Joyce landed her first radio job while working at a pizza parlor. She and her twin teenage daughters have three dogs, three cats, two leopard geckos, a chinchilla and a fish. Joyce loves studying clouds and "weather watching." She also sings and pulls out her guitar to entertain friends now and then. By the way, she still loves pizza.

On-Air Schedule

Monday 10:00am - 03:00pm Joyce Jefferson
Tuesday 10:00am - 03:00pm Joyce Jefferson
Wednesday 10:00am - 03:00pm Joyce Jefferson
Thursday 10:00am - 03:00pm Joyce Jefferson
Friday 10:00am - 03:00pm Joyce Jefferson

Keith Stephens

Keith grew up in New England, but escaped the cold to graduate from Arizona State where he started his radio career. When he's not on the radio, he's a true soccer dad with two daughters (one a teenager so wish him luck). Keith loves classic TV, especially Seinfeld and MASH. He likes to work out, read on his Kindle, and watch the latest trends on social media. First album he ever bought? "Band On The Run" by Paul McCartney and Wings. He still has it and is excited because vinyl is cool again.

On-Air Schedule

Monday 08:00pm - 01:00am Keith Stephens
Tuesday 08:00pm - 01:00am Keith Stephens
Wednesday 08:00pm - 01:00am Keith Stephens
Thursday 08:00pm - 01:00am Keith Stephens
Friday 08:00pm - 01:00am Keith Stephens

Chris Kellogg

Chris has been on the radio for over 40 years and still loves hearing his favorite songs from his youth and the early years of his career. Chris and his wife Lisa met in high school and have been married 35+ years (or as she says, “a really, really, long time”). They have four children and five grandchildren and two dogs, Molly and Flounder. Their favorite hobbies include reading (novels for Lisa, non-fiction for Chris), riding bikes, and traveling to spend time with the kids.

On-Air Schedule

Monday 01:00am - 06:00am Chris Kellogg
Tuesday 01:00am - 06:00am Chris Kellogg
Wednesday 01:00am - 06:00am Chris Kellogg
Thursday 01:00am - 06:00am Chris Kellogg
Friday 01:00am - 06:00am Chris Kellogg

Matt Cotman

“For as long as I can remember, I have known three truths in life: 1. My love of sports in all its forms is unending 2. Tacos are life 3. Hard work and dedication should be the foundation of everything we do in life and 4. I am bad at math.

I got my start broadcasting after competing an incredible 11-year football career in the quaint cozy town of Tiffin, Ohio. My roommate was convinced I was incapable of shutting up, so he suggested I do a show at Heidelberg’s radio station once a week, and the rest is history. From sideline reporter, all the way to Sports Director, I moved up the ranks throughout my college career and discovered not just a love for broadcasting, but a love for Northwestern Ohio as a whole.

Once I graduated, I was working weekends on Gridiron One, and weekdays as a call producer on WTAM 1100 in Cleveland on The Bob Frantz Show. Since then, I have received paychecks from Sporting News, Yahoo, and now finally ESPN all while staying at the same radio station! I can tell you stories from all the seasons I have been working here at Tri-County Broadcasting, from seeing McComb become state champions with a legendary team of players, to St. Wendelin giving up 40 points in a single quarter against Sandusky St. Mary. What I love most about being here, however, is the fans and the players. Having the interactions with fans during pre-games, seeing these young athletes hone their skills over the years and become incredible young adults is easily my favorite part of the job (ok sappy stuff over!!)

I live in Cleveland, born and raised, and have been a lifelong fan of all Cleveland teams, even the Browns back when they were terrible! I also throw my hat behind teams like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NOT a bandwagon fan and have plenty of proof to back that up!), The Vikings, The Titans, The Jaguars…. Really every team besides Pittsburgh and Baltimore (they know what they did…)

As for my interests? I am a colossal nerd! I love sci-fi movies like Star Wars and Jurassic Park, I’m a major Comic book geek for the books and the movies (Marvel all the way and Deadpool fan for life), my favorite place on earth is the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, and when I’m not doing broadcasts I can be found elbow-deep in computers and networks as a cybersecurity specialist. So clearly, I’m a major geek.

I am sure I’m running out of space, so I’ll leave this bio with the obligatory “follow me on Twitter!” if you found any of this funny, but also want to remind each and every one of you that read this that you’re here for a reason. I call it doing the Lord’s Work. We’re all here for a specific reason and purpose, I think mine is talking into a microphone and entertaining you all with bad jokes and sports knowledge, and I hope that each of you can find out what your purpose is so you can also do the Lord’s Work too….

…….. but seriously follow me on twitter….

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