Mark is a graduate of Bangor High School and The University of Maine where he studied journalism. He began working at The Ticket as a sophomore in college and has been senior producer and host of The Drive since Jan. 2016. Mark is an avid Boston sports fan (fanatic) and will try to sneak in 10 seconds of Premier League Soccer on the airwaves whenever possible.
Sale Dominates In Portland, Anxious For Return To Boston
If Tuesday night was any indicator, the Red Sox are getting their ace back in short order.
Poll: Should Brad Stevens Have Been Let Go By Celtics?
Brad Stevens will assume the role vacated by Ainge and leave behind his head coaching duties, meaning the team will begin a search for the new head coach.
Patriots Bring Back Reserve QB Brian Hoyer
Hoyer appeared in 10 games between 2017-18 before departing town once again for Indianapolis in '19 only to find his way back to Foxboro in '20 to serve as a safety blanket for Newton and 2nd-year QB Jarrett Stidham.
Bruins Make Jeremy Swayman No. 2 Goalie For Stanley Cup Playoffs
All it took Jeremy Swayman to make the Boston Bruins' postseason roster was 10 games. Well, 10 pretty spectacular games to be specific.
Ben Barr Named University of Maine Hockey Head Coach
Ben Barr is the new head coach for the University of Maine men's hockey team, becoming the fifth head coach in program history.
Patriots Select QB Mac Jones With 15th Pick In 2021 NFL Draft
After months of speculation, Bill Belichick did exactly what most Patriots fans wanted to see him do and drafted a QB with the team's 1st round pick.
Julian Edelman Announces Retirement After 12-Year Patriots Career
New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman announced his retirement Monday afternoon, ending his 12-year career.
Hideki Matsuyama Captures Historic Green Jacket
Hideki Matsuyama became the first Japanese golfer to win a major tournament on Sunday when he fended off the field to win the 2021 Masters.
Dustin Pedroia Announces Retirement After 14 Years With Red Sox
Pedroia announced his decision on Monday morning, ending a 17-year run with the organization after being selected in the 2nd round of the 2004 MLB Amateur Draft.
Inside Tom Brady’s Historic Quest For A 7th Ring
Whether you love him (like I do, and any reasonable Patriots' fan should as well) or root against him since his defection to the Sunshine State, there's no arguing his legacy and greatness.
Maine Black Bears Get Go-Ahead To Return To The Ice & Court
The University of Maine is set to resume athletic competitions this weekend following the school's two week shutdown due to COVID-19 related issues.
USA Today’s Bob Nightengale Sees Baseball Being Played In 2020
Bob Nightengale joined The Drive on Wednesday to discuss the possibility of a summer without baseball as the Players Association and the owners remain divided on salary matters.
Patriots’ Beat Writer Doesn’t Think Fans Will Be In Gillette In 2020
Andrew Callahan of The Boston Herald joined The Drive on Wednesday to grade the Pats' off-season to date and discuss the chances fans will be able to attend a Patriots game in Foxboro in 2020.
Maine’s Own Jessica Meir Chronicles Her 7-Months In Space
NASA astronaut and Caribou, ME-native Jessica Meir joined The Drive on Wednesday after recently returning from 205 days aboard the International Space Station.
Offense Comes Alive As Sox Take Second Straight Series
24 hours after imploding in the ninth inning of Tuesday's 7-2 loss at the hands of the Texas Rangers, Craig Kimbrel was back on the mound to conquer his non-save shortcomings.
Thornton Acad, Winslow, Marshwood Repeat [SCORES]
It's been a weekend of repeat winners in high school football as all four teams that won state championships are the same teams that won a year ago.