KWRH-LP Sports Broadcasters

Sports Director

Shawn Buchanan Greene is "The Voice of Webster Groves" and is the fourth generation of Greenes living in Webster Groves.  He has spent fourteen years in the sports industry and literally wrote the book on the Turkey Day Game.  You can also read his yearly historical story on the Turkey Day Game every Thanksgiving morning in the Webster-Kirkwood Times.  A jack of all trades, you will find him at most sporting events working as the technical director or a broadcaster for everything Radio 63119 Sports broadcasts.  He is quite proud of the extraordinary team he leads.

Assistant Sports Director

Wynn Miller is originally from Downers Grove, Illinois, Wynn came to St. Louis to attend Washington University and he also played football and baseball there.  He became a career educator and was a principal at a Ladue elementary school.  He was invited to the White House, at the invitation of President Bill Clinton, to receive an award as the Missouri Elementary Principal of the Year.  Wynn serves on the Board of the Webster-Rock Hill Ministries and lends his hand at helping with Radio 63119 Sports.  He broadcasts softball, football, basketball, and baseball and also works as a technical director.

Assistant Sports Director

Marquis Jones was a three-sport athlete in football, basketball, and track for Pattonville High School.  After matriculating, Jones attended the University of Central Missouri where he obtained his degree in broadcast journalism, with a minor in sports broadcasting, while also running track - receiving All-Conference and All-American honors.  He loves covering Webster games versus his alma mater Pattonville.  

Broadcaster

Dan Byrne is a graduate of St. Louis Priory and University of Missouri, Dan has lived and coached Webster Groves youth soccer since 2001.  He brings depth and knowledge of the sport and of the Webster players to the broadcast every autumn season when the boys take to the pitch.   

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Bob Collett's  Bob’s family is intertwined with Webster Groves hockey.  His father, Robert A. Collett was a founding father of the Webster Youth Hockey program in 1967 and was the first head coach of the Webster Groves High School Skatesmen from 1972-1974.  Bob’s older brother, John, was Skatesmen head coach from 1974 through 1979 and third brother Tom was part of the inaugural 1972-73 team.  Bob was a three time leading scorer for Webster and has coached youth hockey in the St. Louis area for 17 seasons.  Bob teams with his fellow 1979 WGHS graduate Jim Grillo on Skatesmen hockey broadcasts.

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Kelvin Cunningham is also known as “Ham” and was a part of the inaugural broadcast of Radio 63119 Sports.  He played football at Webster High School and Northeast Missouri State (now Truman State) and has been inducted into both schools’ halls of fame for football.  Kelvin broadcasts football and basketball.

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Mark Eason is also known as The “Big Kahuna or BK” He was quick to join Radio 63119 Sports in its first season and became its fourth member.  He developed Webster’s youth basketball program and spent seven years developing Webster’s future basketball stars.  Now a minister, the reverend Mark continues to support his community through football and basketball broadcasting.  A Webster High School graduate, he was inducted into the Webster Groves Sports Hall of Fame in 2012 as part of the 1978 football team and he also received the Tyke Yates Good Guy award from the same Hall of Fame.  He also received the Heart of Gold award from the Webster Groves-Shrewsbury-Rock Hill Chamber of Commerce.

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Jim Grillo earned his degree in Mass Communications from the University of Missouri and uses those skills part-time for the broadcast crews of the St. Louis Cardinals, St. Louis Blues, and St. Louis University.  Originally coming to Radio 63119 Sports as a hockey broadcaster, Jim now also covers football, softball, basketball, and baseball.  Jim was inducted in 2012 into the Webster Groves Sports Hall of Fame as part of the 1978 football team and he also was a Webster Groves Skatesman, serving as a coach in Webster Rockets youth hockey. 

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John Sheppard is a Webster graduate who began broadcasting for Radio 63118 Sports for Webster University Sports.  He played hockey for Webster High School and, little do most know, he is a youth national champion in bowling.  Shep broadcasts basketball, volleyball, soccer, and hockey for Radio 63119 Sports.

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Kevin Smith came to Webster University from Iowa to study broadcasting.  He came to Radio 63119 Sports at its start and is a proven broadcaster with a penchant for broadcasting the fringe sports, such as field hockey and volleyball, which he really enjoys doing.  Kevin is a guy you can stick in a chair, alone, and get a quality broadcast.  Kevin broadcasts football, field hockey, softball, soccer, basketball, volleyball, and baseball.

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Teron Sutherlin is a former Webster High School football and basketball athlete, Teron went to Westminster University and played football there.  After college, Teron took a position with Webster University as an admissions counselor and also served as an assistant coach to St. Louis University High School football.  Teron works as a broadcaster of football and basketball and also sometimes as a technical director.

Intern

Ryan Waelterman is also known as the sports team as “The Big Waelt” He came to Radio 63119 Sports from Webster High School, where he is a junior, with a keen interest in broadcasting baseball.  He serves as the technical director for many broadcasts and he is a broadcaster for soccer, softball, hockey, basketball, and baseball.  He wants to study sports broadcasting in college.   

Technical Director

Deva Williamson is a wife and mother of three, Deva wanted to do something to help her adopted community and bringing sports to the masses was her calling.  A trained chef, she laughs at her behind-the-scenes work in sports, wondering why she is broadcasting sports instead of baking cakes but the broadcast teams find her work and dedication invaluable. 

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Mims Williamson If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em, while listening to the broadcasts Radio 63119 Sports,  Mims is the father to three children with his wife Deva and came onboard to lend a hand at broadcasting.  He played football at Pattonville High School and taught football as an assistant coach to Parkway West junior football.  For Radio 63119 Sports, Mims helps with football and basketball broadcasting.

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Paul Winkelmann is also known as "Wink," He was a student at Webster High School and is a coach in the Webster youth soccer club - He has soccer in his blood.  Wink did not so much come to Radio 63119 Sports to broadcast soccer as he was lassoed.  He brings a high level of experience in playing and coaching in the Webster Groves community, spending some of his time playing against Webster head coach Tim Cashel.  He has in-depth knowledge of the players who have come up through the Webster soccer system.

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