Andy McCord

When you talk to Andy McCord, his love and passion for sports comes out right away. He started his sports broadcasting career as the host of Friday Night Sports Talk in Elwood, IN on 101.7FM. Andy began his play by play duties in 2001 in Marion and has delivered his passion and enthusiasm to every game he has broadcast since providing play by play in Grant, Wabash, Miami, and Cass Counties along the way.

Some of Andy's highlights include calling the state championship wins for Oak Hill in Boys and Girls Basketball, Northfield's Baseball state championship, along with state finals runs by Southwood Volleyball, Eastbrook football, Northfield Baseball, and Oak Hill Basketball.

Andy also is the host of Coaches Corner and the Sports Doctor.

Andy received the IHSAA Distinguished Media Service Award in 2012-13 along with The Baseball Coaches Association Broadcaster of the year in 2011.

Andy is excited to lead his team of broadcasters into Year number two of the Action Sports Network and says the best advice he ever received was from his mentor, Dave Poehler. "Just be yourself. Some people won't like you, some will love you. Just be yourself."

Favorite Team: New York Yankees
Favorite Athlete: Derek Jeter
Favorite Broadcaster: Howard Cosell and Harry Caray

Dalton Bishop

Dalton started gaining a passion for sports broadcasting in high school. Dalton just love sports so combining his knowledge of the games and passion for it, he helped developed TribeTV and made it a state level high school broadcasting station and were recognized as a champions affiliate.

Dalton has done some part time work as a board op and color commentary and is back for another season with ASN.

When given the opportunity throughout the summer and into early fall Dalton enjoys spending time at the dirt tracks throughout the state of Indiana and sometimes venturing into other states to race with his dad and brother.

Favorite Sports Team: Indianapolis Colts or Cincinnati Reds
Favorite Athlete: Matt McLain & Saquon Barkley
Favorite Broadcasters: Marty Brennaman, Mark Foerster, and Matt Taylor

Josh Dakin

Josh Dakin graduated from Mississinewa in 2018 and graduated from Indiana University in 2022.

Josh teaches history and is the assistant basketball coach as Eastbrook High School.

Josh started broadcasting games in 2014 with TribeTV and returns to ASN after doing some Volleyball last season.

Fav team: Indiana Hoosiers
Fav broadcaster: Dick Vitale/Joe Buck
Favorite player: Jalen Hurts

Derek Decker

Derek Decker is a Norwell High School and Indiana University graduate, where he studied with a focus in sports media. Recently, he gained experience as a play-by-play voice and media relations assistant with the Fort Wayne TinCaps, High-A affiliate of the San Diego Padres. But his roots for high school sports run deep, calling more than 500 Norwell games for eight seasons before a short stint in Dodge City, KS doing the same.

Derek is engaged to Katie and will be married in October.

Favorite Sports teams: Indiana University, Detroit Tigers, Indianapolis Colts
Favorite Athlete: Miguel Cabrera
Favorite Broadcaster: Jason Benetti

Ross Gosnell

Ross Gosnell graduated from North Miami in 2022 and is currently a sophomore at Huntington University studying Television Production. This is his first full season of broadcasting.

In his spare time, Ross enjoys attending and watching sporting events and spending time with family and friends. Ross lives in Denver, Indiana.

John Hines

John has been broadcasting sports on and off for over 22 years. He started announcing on Hoosier Country 103 with the fellow ASN broadcaster, Brad Shouse. John worked for RTC4 doing webcasting for Pioneer sports as well.

He is the epitome of a "sports Dad." If John's 7 yr old son is in it, he is helping in some factor.

John is a board member for Wabash Little League and coaches pitch commissioner. Mike Montgomery was a big influence in John's broadcasting. He covered Cass County teams for a long time.

Favorite team: Indiana Hoosiers
Favorite athlete: I love watching my 7 year old son, Rylen!
Favorite pro athlete: Ken Griffey Jr.

Josh Lipowski

Josh is in his first year with Action Sports Network. He graduated from Liberty University in December of 2022 with a degree in Digital Media and Journalism with a concentration in Sports Journalism.

His day job is writing for the Daily Downforce, a NASCAR website.

Favorite athlete: Devin Hester
Favorite team: Chicago Cubs (baseball) Chicago Bears (Football) Chicago Blackhawks (Hockey) Chicago Bulls (Basketball)
Favorite Broadcaster: Ian Eagle

David Musselman

David Musselman lives in Rochester Indiana. He is a 1991 graduate of North Miami High School, and attend Vincennes University majoring in Broadcasting.

David Is a father of 3 athletes. Kennedy 23, Mya 20, and Ashton 15. David is a 15 year insurance agent with Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance. David has called sports for several different stations for 27 years.

Career highlights include: being named the Distinguished Media Service Award recipient in 2003, was on the call of 2 state championships. 1993 North Miami 1A Football State Championship and the 2004 Rochester 2A Girls Basketball State Championship.

Favorite athlete: Current favorite Freddie Freeman.
All-Time favorite: Peyton Manning/Michael Jordan
My favorite broadcaster: Don Fischer

Markie Sevier

Markie Sevier is starting his second season with ASN. Markie is serves as the Associate Pastor of Servant Community Church and also works for Colonial Oaks. Markie is a 2021 graduate of Oak Hill High School.

Markie brings his love of sports to the Action Sports Network. In high school Markie played Soccer, Football, and Baseball. All four years of High School Markie also kept stats for Andy McCord during Grant County high school basketball contests.

Markie’s Future plans are to get a Degree in business administration and to be a healthcare administrator.

Favorite sports teams: Chicago Cubs, Indiana Hoosiers, and Indianapolis Colts
Favorite Athlete: Darius Leonard
Favorite Broadcaster: Pat Hughes

Brad Shouse

Brad Shouse enters his second year with ASN and has nearly 20 years of broadcasting and coaching experience. Brad began his broadcasting career at Manchester College on WBKE the schools low powered FM station. Shouse was the play-by-play voice for the college’s Football and Women’s and Men’s Basketball teams for three seasons. Brad also served as the college’s assistant Sports Information Director. Proceeding college he spent 5 years in local radio at Stations in Wabash and Logansport, Indiana as News and Sports Director. Shouse also spent two seasons working production with IHSAA radio and TV networks for state championships

Shouse is a 1994 Xenia, (OH) H.S., graduate where he played three years of varsity basketball winning three Sectionals, one District, one Regional Championship. Brad Starts his 19th season as assistant boys basketball coach at Oak Hill H.S. and was on staff for the 2018 State Championship Team.

Shouse and his wife Sandra have been married for 20 years with two children Grant 18 and Laci 15.

Favorite Sports Team: Indiana Hoosiers Basketball
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Favorite Broadcaster: Bob Costas

Grant Shouse

Grant Shouse is starting his 2nd year with the Action Sports Network. Grant graduated from Oak Hill High School in 2023.

Grant has spent his whole school life as a manager for the Oak Hill basketball program. Grant spent the 2021-22 Oak Hill boys basketball season doing game film and play-by-play. Grant is an avid Indiana H.S. sports walking encyclopedia. Grant has done various radio work for local area Radio stations.

Favorite Sports Team: Indiana Hoosiers Basketball
Favorite Athlete: Migual Cabrera
Favorite Broadcaster: Dick Vitale

Steve Stout

Steve graduated from Columbia School of Broadcasting in 1988.
His first Play-by play broadcast was the 1993 IHSAA boys single class
final four which featured Glenn Robinson (Purdue), Alan Henderson
(IU), and Brian Evans (IU). All three players moved on to the NBA.

Steve has broadcast numerous High School football, basketball and
baseball games since. I have also had the privilege of Broadcasting
semi-pro and small college basketball and baseball.

He loves IU football and basketball. Famous IU play-by-play announcer
Don Fischer is the reason he's a play-by-play announcer to this day.

Joe Montana and Larry Bird are my two all time favorite players
because they loved to win. They made their teammates better around
them while crediting them for their success. I have been blessed to be
surrounded by great people who have contributed to my success for 30
years and counting.

Byron Sweet

Byron Sweet is no stranger to the air waves. Byron graduated from West Lafayette HS and Manchester College. Worked as the Sports Director at the college radio station and won the Spartan Desire award in wrestling.

After coaching for the Spartans for 2 years, he became a HS Head Coach (North Miami and Manchester) and has been working and announcing in the area for over a decade. Byron brings a strong love and passion for the game to the air.

Favorite Team: Kansas State Wildcats
Favorite Player: Tyler Lockett
Favorite Broadcaster: Ken “The Hawk” Harrelson

Jeff Timmons

Jeff was born and raised in Marion, Indiana. He and his wife, Lisa have been married for nearly 47 years. They have three beautiful daughters, Olivia (Derek) Wright, Abby Timmons and Melissa Bryant. They also have been blessed with four grandchildren, Madisyn Timmons, Katelyn Wright, Payne Wright and Micah Bryant.

Jeff has the awesome privilege to be the pastor of New Beginnings Church in Logansport for the past fourteen years. He played fastpitch softball for
many years for the Plymouth Club Bombers. Was a member of 4 state championships, in 2010 he was inducted in the Indiana Fastpitch Hall of Fame.

Favorite teams are the Cubs, Bears and Indiana basketball.
Favorite player is hard to narrow down, but Ron Santo, Walter Payton and Kent Benson.
Favorite broadcasters: Pat Hughes and Don Fischer.

Phil Zabst

Phil is a 1984 Graduate of Mississinewa High School. Phil and his wife Kim have been married for 33 years. They have 2 Children Kyle and Allyson, along with Daughter in law, Megan and Son in law, Aaron. They also have 2 Grandchildren. Sloane and Emma.

Phil's hobbies include traveling, Hiking, and hanging with his wife. Phil was a broadcaster for Sunnycrest Baptist Church games several years ago.

Favorite Sports Teams. Cubs, IU, and the Cowboys
Favorite Sport. Baseball
Favorite Athlete. Bill Buckner
Favorite Broadcaster. Pat Hughes. Play by Play for Cubs Radio

Best advice given. “Forget your mistakes, but remember what they taught you “.

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