On November 11, 2014 Michigan Sports Radio (MSR) broadcaster Lou Gamlin was heading to Menominee to attend his parents’ 50th wedding anniversary. Knowing that it was the thick of the high school football playoffs, he contacted MSR president Brock Konkle and asked if he could call the game. Without hesitation, the two put together the necessary paperwork and Lou went on to broadcast the game live for MSR.

With the help of advertisers in the Freeland community to offset the cost, as well as the Freeland athletic department promoting the game, Lou ended up with quite an audience: 10,000 listened in.

Fast forward to the fall of 2015: MSR broadcasted a total of five Freeland football games, begging the question: what’s in store for 2016?

Question answered. Michigan Sports Radio is excited to announce we will broadcast every Freeland football game this season.

“With the support of the community and the great listenership we have, it was an easy decision” Konkle said.

Based out of Rockford, Michigan, MSR has been broadcasting live high school football games for 12 years, bringing fans as many as 12 live games on Friday nights, including the MLive game of the week. Our broadcasts can be heard by anyone, anywhere, through our FREE mobile app and on michigansportsradio.com. We also provide news, standings, schedules and more.

MSR has already established our roots in the Freeland community and with the promotions of our games, we expect this to be a great success for both Falcon fans and Michigan Sports Radio. To advertise during these broadcasts, contact brock@michigansportsradio.com