Josh Shelton joined the NewsWatch 12 team in May 2019.
Josh was born in Alexandria, Virginia and lived there his whole life before moving away for college. He attended Ball State University for four years, where he earned a double major in journalism and telecommunications and minored in history.
Josh’s passion for sports broadcasting dates back to when he was 12 and took the journalism merit badge en route to earning the Eagle Scout award. Then after donning a head set in the Nationals press box, he knew what he wanted to be.
Josh has covered sports around the world, doing play-by-play for the DC Grays, covering curling and luge at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea and reporting on high school sports around Muncie, Indiana.
Josh is the oldest of two. His younger brother attends Virginia Tech and studies finance and computer science. His mom is a sales manager for one of the largest private companies in the nation and his dad has been a PGA golf professional for over 20 years.
When Josh gets some free time you can find him golfing, snowboarding, cheering on his favorite Washington sports teams (Nationals and Capitals), or trying to relive his glory days on the lacrosse field.
The compact, firm bunkers at Centennial Golf Club can be a challenge for unfamiliar golfers so head professional Chris Daggitt shows how you can be successful from the sand.
A Providence medical assistant from Medford went from battling cancer to running ultra marathons.
The fire began around 7 pm Thursday evening and burned around 3 to 5 acres before fire crews were able to contain it.
The Pylon 7-on-7 tournament was one by the MVP team, made up of mostly Southern Oregon talent who grew up playing on opposite sides of the gridiron.
A season in April was uncertain, but the Medford Rogues were able to make it happen and then get the win on opening night.
Practices are still different than they used to be as guidelines for team practices limit what teams can do.
The greens at Oak Knoll are small targets with a lot of break, making them difficult to navigate.
Coming off it's first-ever district title, the North Medford boys bowling team is headed to Salem for a chance at a state championship.
Student-athletes from Southern Oregon University's football team take part in voluntary, small group workouts to get back in football shape.
The Frontier Conference released a finalized schedule, reducing the regular season from ten games to eight starting on September 12.
Data is updated nightly.
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