On-Air Staff

Terry Gregory:
Founding Partner


Terry is the founder of the Sportsgram Network.

Terry has been involved with booster clubs at the high school level, and was the Founding President of the John Horn High School Booster Club. During his tenure, the Booster Club established a game day athletic program and purchased needed equipment for the athletic department, cheerleaders and drill team. Terry is most proud of the fact that the Booster Club awarded $6000 in scholarships to student athlete's in JHHS's first Sr. Class! Terry also served four years with Project Graduation, an alcohol free night for graduating Seniors.

Terry left the Booster Club in 2003 to start a game day athletic program printing business. Terry relinquished his role in that business in the fall of 2006 to concentrate on growing the Sportsgram Network.

In the fall of 2001 Terry joined the Mesquite Independent School District as a seasonal employee performing Public Address duties at E.H. Hanby and Mesquite Memorial Stadiums. In 2003 Terry began work as a substitute game day Sports Broadcaster with KEOM 88.5 FM working with long time KEOM broadcaster's Steve Glenn and Ed Johnson.

Terry has conducted over 400 live game day broadcasts. Terry has had the privlege to call just about every sport, from Jr. A Ice Hockey for the El Paso Rhinos of the Western States Hockey League to high school soccer and volleyball. Terry's broadcasts exploits were highlighted by the 2007 4A State Championship Tournament in Round Rock, TX. Terry was at the play by play microphone to call a Grand Slam homerun by JT Files to send the Poteet Pirates to the State Championship game. In addition Terry has been at the PBP for the first two fo the four straight Lovejoy HS Volleyball Champisonships

Terry is employed full time as a Procurement Specialist by BT Americas, a subsidiary of London Based, BT Group, formerly known as British Telecom. in his spare time Terry enjoys motorcycling and spending time with his wife Cindy.


Steve Glenn:

Steve started broadcasting high school sports on KEOM Radio,88.5 FM, in 1984. Steve is now entering his 28th season of broadcasting high school sports in the State of Texas.  He has broadcast football, basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball and soccer and has done over 2,000 live sports broadcasts over the years including a number of State Championship games. 

Steve was a teacher, coach and administrator in the Mesquite Independent School District for 37 years. He is now retired from those duties but still serves the district as KEOM Radio’s Sports Director.  Steve has a daily radio program, The Sports Page that airs Monday through Friday at 7:30 AM and 4:30 PM during the school year.

His wife, Vicki has been in the broadcast booth as the football statistician for Steve for the past 24 years. Steve and Vicki have two children, Jill and Scott.  Jill is the head coach for the Rockwall girl’s varsity basketball team and Scott is the varsity football offensive coordinator at Garland Naaman Forest.  They also have four grandchildren that are very smart and cute!

In August of 2008, Steve became a partner in the Sportsgram Network.  Steve and long time friend and broadcast enthusiast, Terry Gregory form the ownership team of the business.

Nate White :
Forney Jackrabbits Play by Play


Nate has spent the last 5 years coaching football, basketball and baseball at West Mesquite High School before leaving education to pursue a career in real estate. He has been around Varsity Athletics all his life. His father (Eddie E. White, Superintendent of Lone Oak I.S.D.) was the Athletic Director/Head Football Coach for Wolfe City High School, and his brother coaches at Belhaven College in Jackson MS. Nathan is a 2000 graduate of the University of North Texas and a 1994 graduate of Wills Point High School. His broadcasting experience includes doing the color analysis for the Royse City Basketball teams during the 2006/2007 season.

Nate currently lives in Forney with his wife Sierra and their three kids. Kylee Anne(7), Jacob Earl (3) and Cooper Alan (2 months). Sierra is a stay at home mom with her hands full with the two rowdy little boys.

Tony Gonzalez
Forney Jackrabbits Color Analyst

Tony, or “Gonzo”, as most folks around Forney call him, has been a rabid sports fan from the first days he can remember.  With a body and skills that ran their full athletic course by the time he enrolled in North Mesquite High School, he has looked for various ways to stay involved in sports.  While attending Baylor University, where he graduated in 1994 with a MIS degree, Gonzo served as a statistician/spotter broadcasting the football games of the Marlin Bulldogs for his first actual broadcasting experience. 

 As father to Jacob, Jarod and Caroline, Gonzo has taken full advantage of the opportunities to coach his sons in football, baseball, soccer and basketball over the years.  He served as the PA voice for Forney Pee-Wee Jackrabbit football in 2006 and will be doing the same in 2007.  That same year, he was grateful for the opportunity to coach both his sons on the same Jackrabbit team that went undefeated and captured the Tri-county Super Bowl title.  As hopeful future FHS Jackrabbits, the Gonzo kids are very excited about listening to Dad on the airwaves this fall.  None of this would have been possible without the amazing support of his wonderful wife of 13+ years, Gayla.  The Gonzalez family moved to Forney in 2005 and have been very involved in the local community from the first day and are very much looking forward to increasing their involvement through this partnership with FHS Athletics and SISN.

Ryan Castle :
Lovejoy Leopards Play By Play


Ryan Castle is entering his fifth year as a play-by-play broadcaster for the Sportsgram Network. He has served in several different capacities in his time at Sportsgram. Ryan currently serves as the voice of the Lovejoy Leopards. Ryan has broadcast over 250  live events in his four  year broadcast career, highlighted by his play-by-play call of the 2009 4A Boys' Soccer State Championship Game. Ryan was at the play-by-play microphone for the Texas 4A Regional Finals in Volleyball, Boys' Basketball, Boys' Soccer and softball during the 2008-2009 school year.

Ryan is currently a  junior at the University of Texas at Dallas majoring in mathematics and computer science. Aside from rooting for the Comets, Ryan is a rabid fan of the Cowboys, Rangers, Mavericks and Stars, and is patiently awaiting the return of championship to the DFW metroplex. Ryan is a sports columist for the UTD Mercury, a daily campus newspaper at UTD, and occasional play-by-play broadcaster of Comet Athletics on Radio UTD.


David Griffin :
Sunnyvale Raiders Play By Play

David Griffin is entering his fifth year of broadcasting with Sportsgram as the voice of the Sunnyvale Raiders. David is a graduate of Southlake Carroll High School, Baylor University and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He currently serves as a Pastor at Community Life Church in Forney. In addition to covering the Radiers for Sportsgram, David has worked with KEOM radio and as a color commentator for the Southlake Football video broadcasts. David has been an avid sports both playing and coaching.

David and his wife Courtney have five children and reside in Sunnyvale, Texas

Larry Allen :
Sunnyvale Raiders Color Analyst

Larry worked basketball, and softball last year for Sportsgram and will move into the football broadcast booth as the Color Analyst on the Sunnyvale Radiers broadcast. A graduate of North Mesquite High School and Dallas Baptist University, he spent 4 years in the U.S. Air Force. Larry has played, coached and officiated basketball. Larry and his wife Brenda have 4 children, Jordan and Courtnie both at Texas A&M, Courtney at UNT and Hunter who is in 7th grade.

Larry works for the FAA.


Don Griffin :
Sunnyvale Raiders Statistician

Don is in his second year with Sportsgram as the statistician for Sunnyvale broadcasts. He is a long time high school football fan having actively supported schools in Mississippi, Alabama and Texas over the last 50+ years. Don has served in several capacities through the years, including as a public address announcer, team statistician and clock operator. Don is a charter member of the Soutlake Carroll Dragon Council.

Don retired from IBM after a 37 year career and now serves as Spiritual Formation Pastor at Community Life Church in Forney.

Don and his wife of 40+ years reside in Sunnyvale. They have 2 children and 8 grandchildren.

 Mike Ogulnick:
Northwest Texans Play by Play

 Mike joins Sportsgram as the play by play broadcaster for the Northwest Texans after a long career in sports talk radio. He's been in North Texas for six years, moving here from Chicago to host the Rangers pre-game and post-game shows on KRLD, as well as "Rangers Replay" which aired following every game. During the off-season Mike hosted "Sports Central".


A lifelong Chicagoan before heading south to Dallas, Mike worked for the Sporting News Radio and ESPN 1000 in the Windy City. He was also the voice of the Waukegan Bulldogs football and basketball teams for three years.


Just to prove that you can take the boy out of Chicago, but you can't take Chicago out of the boy, Mike still passionately roots for his Cubs, Bulls, Bear and Blackhawks, along with the Nebraska Cornhuskers.

Mike and his wife Carrie live in Flower Mound along with their two sons, Josh(13) and Zach (10) and their dog Cubbie.




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