38 year radio veteran Rick Anthony is the Program Director for Sports-Talk ESPN 710 KXMR, and the morning sports anchor on ESPN 710, 1130 KBMR, and AM 550 KFYR. Rick has won 5 North Dakota Broadcasters Association Awards for his morning sportscasts. Rick is entering his 5th year as the play-by-play voice of the Dakota Wizards. He also just completed his 3rd year as a member of the University of Mary Football broadcast team.
Rick has over 25 years of play by play experience, which includes high school and junior hockey, high school and college football, high school and American Legion baseball, and basketball at every level from high school to professional.
In addition, Rick was the first ever winner of the International Basketball Association Broadcaster of the Year Award for his play by play work with the Magic City Snowbears of Minot during the 1998-1999 season. Rick has been married to Kim for over 30 years. They have two sons, Erik and Cody.
Jeff Groseclose has been a part of the Clear Channel Sports team for 3 years now. Groseclose has been the color commentator for the University of Mary Football and Basketball teams and has assisted in some High School sports as well. A graduate of U-Mary, Jeff was a 2 time All-American in the Javelin and played a year on the Marauders Football Team. Jeff spent 6 years at KFYR-TV before making the move to Clear Channel radio where he is an Account Executive on the sales team. Jeff is from Hingham, MT and now lives in Bismarck with his wife Hillary,
and two sons Jace (5) and Tanner (3).
Born and raised in the Bismarck-Mandan area
Attended BSC and Graduated from Moorhead State University. Broadcast Moorhead State Football games with Jack Michaels for a year.
Worked for KFYR/Clear Channel Radio doing high school games off and on for 15 years.
Broadcast indoor football for the Bismarck Blaze Indoor Football team.
Voice of the Harlem Globetrotters for 3 1/2 years.
Long time voice of the Dakota Wizards (except when with the Harlem Globetrotters).
Currently the PA Voice of the University of Mary men's and women's basketball games.
Lives in Bismarck with wife Andee and step son Harrison.
Chuck Clairmont is the Executive Director for the North Dakota Safety Council, but because of his love for sports, he has also been involved in sports broadcasting for over nine years. During that span, Chuck has performed color commentary for 100 plus ND high school football games including 9 years of Dakota Bowl Championships for 9-man, A, AA, and AAA. He has also broadcasted almost 200 ND high school boys and girls basketball games including West Region and State Tournaments for both Class A and Class B and Lions All Star games. Chuck is a former color analyst for the NIFL Bismarck Roughriders for two seasons and has also called games for the Dakota Wizards and the University of Mary Marauders basketball teams. Clairmont was a 4-year starter for the University of North Dakota football team from 1985-1988 where he was a quad-captain and Academic All American in 1988. He attended high school in Bismarck where he was all-state in football and basketball, was a state discus and shot put champion in track, and played baseball in the summer for the Bismarck Governors. Chuck culminated his high school career by being chosen as the ND Male High School Athlete of the Year as selected by the N.D.A.P.S.S.A in 1984-85. Chuck is married to Lisa and has two children, Tyler (16) and Carly (13).
Todd Domres Since 1996, Todd Domres has provided play-by-play at Clear Channel Radio for the Bismarck Roughriders, Bismarck Blaze, Dakota Wizards, and the University of Mary along with local high school football and basketball broadcasts. A graduate of the University of Mary, Todd played basketball for the Marauders serving as captain for 3 years while U-Mary won two conference championships. He is a member of the ND Broadcasters Association and won the 2006 North Dakota Broadcaster's Teddy Award for Best Sports Play-by-Play Domres is a native of Langdon, ND where he was a 5-time All State Athlete in Football, Basketball, Track and Golf. Todd has been employed with NISC in Mandan, ND since 1993, currently holding the position of Telecom Manager. He and his wife, Gail reside in Bismarck. They have three children Amber (10), Luke (6), and Landen (6).