Micah Morris is the Founder and Owner of Morris Broadcasting, LLC and the Gobblers Sports Network. He is also the Lead Broadcaster for the Morris insurance & Financial Gobblers Sports Network.
Micah has over a decade of broadcasting experience, including the last ten years as both a sports broadcaster and radio show studio host. Micah has logged over 130 High School and College Football games, over 140 High School and College basketball games, over 100 High School and College baseball and softball games and over 130 hours in the studio.
During the last ten years, Micah has been part of the broadcast team for eight state semifinal contests and three State Championship contests.
In addition to the Gobblers Sports Network, Micah also broadcasts Broadway Bruins Baseball during the summer on the Broadway Bruins Baseball Network, powered by Morris Broadcasting, LLC.
Micah is a life-long resident of the Shenandoah Valley and graduated from Bridgewater College in 2004 with a degree in Communication Studies.
In the 1980’s and 1990’s Joe Glick and Harrisonburg High School Baseball were synonymous. After playing for the Blue Streaks, Glick was an Assistant and Head Coach at HHS for 14 years. He was in the dugout during the Blue Streaks run to the 1992 State Championship Game where they lost in extra innings. His last three years as a Head Coach included one Valley District Championship, two District tournament Championships and a Valley District Coach of the Year honor.
Aside from Coaching, Joe has also been a Biology teacher and Assistant Principal in the Harrisonburg City Schools. Currently, he is an Associate Principal at Harrisonburg High School. Joe completed his undergraduate work at Virginia Tech and received a M.ED from James Madison University.
2019 was Joe's third season of broadcasting on the Gobblers Sports Network, joining the booth for BHS Baseball games.
Joe Paxton is a former assistant football coach at Broadway High School. Joe coached at BHS for almost 20 years, first as a JV coach along with current JV Coach William Herndon for six seasons. He moved to the Varsity team when former BHS Coach Brad Lutz was promoted to Head Coach. While he was working full-time for Rockingham County, Paxton assisted Coach Lutz with the administrative parts of the program on a part-time basis. He was on the staff of the 2011 Season when the Gobblers won the regional championship and lost to Christiansburg in the State Semi-finals. Joe was also on the sidelines when the Gobblers won a share of the District Championship before falling in the second round of the playoffs. Most recenntly, Paxton coached Wide Receivers and Slot Receivers for the Gobblers before retiring after the 2018 season.
Joe played for Andrew Lewis High School and was a member of the Wolverines team that played TC Williams High School in the "Remember the Titans" game for the state title. Paxton completed his undergraduate and graduate work at James Madison University with degrees in Political Science and Public Administration, and a Master's Degree in Business Administration. Joe and his wife, also a JMU grad, are avid Dukes sports fans. The Paxton's have two sons that played football for BHS. Joe retired as the County Administrator of Rockingham County in 2016.
Joe will join the Gobblers Sports Network broadcast team for the 2019 BHS Football season.