Jon Alba

Jon Alba

Anchor/Sports Director
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Jon Alba joined ABC 7 and FOX 22 in September of 2015 to serve as sports director and anchor. He is a graduate of Quinnipiac University, where he served as general manager of the school's television station Q30 Television for two years.

During his tenure, Q30 was named "College Television Station of the Year" by the College Media Association in 2014, and picked up additional national award recognition as well. Jon has been acknowledged by the Society of Professional Journalists for his commitment to sports journalism, including his investigative work while covering Quinnipiac Athletics.

Prior to moving to Maine, Jon was a lifelong resident of New Jersey. There, he formed a passion for covering sports, knowing since age 5 he wanted to tell stories for a living.

In the past, Jon has worked at MLB Network, alongside MLB Advanced Media. Additionally, his work has been featured on AOL Sports. He can be contacted at [email protected] or on Twitter @JonAlba.

HAMPDEN - Major HealPoints were on the line in Class A North for girls basketball, as Hampden Academy hosted Brewer.

BANGOR - The final unbeaten team in Class B North girls basketball has fallen, as Ellsworth came out and dominated at Cross Insurance Center Friday night.

 

The Eagles beat the John Bapst Crusaders 43-34, handing Bapst its first loss. The Crusaders sit just a couple of HealPoints ahead of Hermon for the lead in the class.

BANGOR - The Husson women's basketball team made its first signing of 2018 official Thursday, bringing in a star guard from Westchester, New York.

BANGOR - Maine men's basketball is in a position where it needs as many wins as it can possibly get to stay relevant in the early goings of America East play, but a fast start was undone by a sloppy second half against Hartford.

HAMPDEN - Hampden Academy has become a go-to destination for high school sports in the north region of Maine. Despite this, the school and RSU 22 are on the hunt to secure funding for a renovated turf field on its main facility.

Wednesday, 17 January 2018 22:08

Maine football adds two transfers

ORONO - On the heels of losing a fair amount of talent on the offensive line and one of its biggest weapons in now-transferred running back Josh Mack, the University of Maine football team is set to attempt to restock its arsenal.

BANGOR - Husson and Bowdoin have one of the best Division III basketball rivalries on the East Coast, and Tuesday's outing went down to the wire.

 

Husson's Raheem Anderson couldn't put the Bears away after having two opportunities from beyond the arc, with Bowdoin taking home a 90-87 win.

ORONO - It had been 45 days since Maine men's hockey last laced up at Alfond Arena, and it was a welcome return to the homeland Tuesday night.

 

After a rough weekend series with No. 10 Northeastern, Maine bounced back with a 3-1 win over UMass, led by 34 saves from freshman goalie Jeremy Swayman.

BANGOR - The John Bapst Crusaders girls basketball team entered Friday night's game with Old Town undefeated, and despite a scare, walked out untouched.

 

The Crusaders battled back from being down at the half, and earned a 43-32 win.

HERMON - The Hermon Hawks are keeping pace in Class B North after a successful night against Oceanside.

 

The boys team rallied in the second half to down the Mariners 63-41. The girls meanwhile trailed Oceanside at the half, but managed to pull away in the final minutes of the fourth quarter to earn a 44-40 win.  

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