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Brian Roth is in 10th year with Ingrum Sports Production Network.  Along with his role as President of ISPN, he brings over 16 years of broadcast experience to the company. Currently, Brian is the host of Comcast Entertainment Television's (CET) flagship sports show, the XFINITY Sports Report, and is the lead play-by-play announcer for CET's coverage of college athletics.  Brian also  serves a member of the Colorado State radio broadcast team where he behind the mic for every CSU football and men's basketball game. All CSU athletics can be heard on FM 105.5 in Denver and across the state on the Colorado State Radio Network. In addition to his broadcast work, Brian is also a Heisman Trophy voter. 

Roth is a Colorado native and has lived along the Front Range his entire life. He is a graduate of Smoky Hill High School in Aurora and the University of Colorado at Boulder. Brian, his wife Corinne, and two-year-old twins, reside in Denver.  


Gary Stebbins has held the position of Production Manager for ISPN for the past four years. Previously he was a camera operator for ISPN, directed a live one-hour talk show entitled "Jim Pillsbury Live" in Boston, Mass., and also directed "ESPN Zone 2Day" at the ESPN Zone in Denver. 

Gary maintains all ISPN operating equipment and oversees the production set-up and directs the majority of the company's high school broadcasts. Gary has always had a love for both sports and television, and is excited to have a job that combines these two.

Stebbins graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder, earning a Bachelor's Degree in Broadcast Production. 




Cory Lopez

The 2013-2014 Season will be Cory Lopez' 9th year with ISPN and Comcast Entertainment Television.  


Broadcasting since 1986, he made the move to Colorado in 1994 where he’s been covering Colorado High School sports ever since. Lopez’ experience includes both TV and radio outlets along the Front Range covering everything from the Kobe Bryant trial in Eagle County to play-by-play of John Elway’s Colorado Crush Arena Football League team for Newsradio 850 KOA. Lopez also handles play-by-play duties for the Colorado Rapids Major League Soccer for Altitude Sports & Entertainment.


Corey met wife Niki, while working on the award winning “Friday Night Lights” high school sports broadcast on the old AM 760 “The Zone” sports station in 2003 and enjoys spending time with their young son in his free time. 




Marty Cesario

2013/2014 will be Marty Cesario’s 9th season with ISPN and Comcast Entertainment Television. With energetic sincerity, he loves using his talents and career to "shine a light on student-athletes doing awesome things."

A multi-skilled and well-travelled performer in the broadcast media industry, Cesario "came back" to Denver in 1999. It was here he helped launch the award-winning “Friday Night Lights” and “High School Hoops” broadcasts on KOA and KKZN as a sideline reporter and creative director.

Along with his current role at ISPN/CET, Marty is also assigned as a sideline reporter on the Colorado State Sports Network and with the ESPN Radio Network during their extensive bowl season coverage. He also does play-by-play assignments for championship coverage on the NFHS Network. And he privately contracts creative voice and production work -- including the broadcast packages for the CSU football and basketball teams.

Marty and his wife were classmates in high school (Benet Academy in Lisle, IL) and college (CSU). They have two daughters. So it's a "House of She" in Jeffco where he loves to return from working games, skiing glades, running trails, or climbing big hills.



Mary Kay Mauro

Mary Kay Mauro offers a plethora of sports knowledge from a background full of competition, broadcasting and radio talk show history. A Colorado native, Mauro was a Division I softball player at the University of Northern Colorado and a three-sport athlete at Wheat Ridge High School. 

Mauro has spent nine seasons broadcasting Division I women's basketball for the Denver Pioneers though her broadcasting career spans 18 years covering high school, college and professional sports as a color analyst, play-by-play and public address announcer.

She was the first female broadcaster in the Denver metro area to provide commentary of high school sports on cable television. She was also the color analyst for KWHD-TV 53’s "High School Football Game of the Week."

Mauro has announced college basketball and volleyball games for Altitude Sports & Entertainment and The Mtn. (MountainWest Sports Network). Other broadcast experience includes announcing women's professional football for the Colorado Valkyries, women's professional basketball for the Colorado Xplosion, the Colorado High School Activities Association and the US Olympic Sports Festival.

Mauro holds a communications and journalism degree from the University of Northern Colorado.



Sherdrick Bonner

Sherdrick Bonner is in his fourth season with ISPN/CET Sports and easily parlays his professional experience from college, the NFL and AFL to the microphone. 

He is one of the greatest players in Arena Football League history and was named one of the 20 Greatest Players in AFL history (No. 8) as part of the league's 2006 celebration of its first 20 seasons. Sed played 14 seasons with the Arizona Rattlers and one season with the Chicago Rush. Has led his teams to the Arena Bowl five times (1994,1997, 2002, 2003 & 2004) winning championships in 1994 and 1997. He also spent time in the NFL at the Atlanta Falcons and Miami Dolphins. He was signed to the Atlanta Falcons practice squad in November 1998 and was a member of the Falcons team, playing the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XXXIII in Miami.

In college, Sherdrick was a four-year letter winner (1986-1990) at California State University at Northridge. He was named honorable mention All-Western Football Conference as a senior in 1991... played basketball as a freshman and sophomore and ran track and played volleyball as a senior. He was inducted into the Cal-State Northridge Athletic Hall of Fame in 1998.

Sherdrick and his wife, Lindsay, and son, Mason, reside in Lakewood, CO. He is a 1986 graduate of Azusa (CA) High School.