Andrew Badillo

Andrew Badillo

Sports Reporter/Weekend Anchor
[email protected]

Andrew Badillo joined the ABC 7 and FOX 22 sports team in August 2017.

Before ABC 7 and FOX 22, Andrew graduated from Quinnipiac University with a degree in broadcast journalism. At Quinnipiac, Andrew was a member of the school's student-run television station, Q30 Television, where he served as its general manager, vice president, sports anchor and reporter. He gained experience covering Quinnipiac Athletics and was recognized by the Society of Professional Journalists and College Media Association for his work.

In addition to his experience at Q30, Andrew also gained professional experience at MLB Network and News 12 Connecticut.

Originally from Orangeburg, New York, Andrew is excited to get his career started in Bangor. He is especially eager to get to know the great local sports community in the North Region.

Andrew can be contacted at [email protected] or on Twitter @andrewbadillo99.

Wednesday, 14 February 2018 23:51

No. 8 Bangor Christian downs No. 9 DISHS 76-65

BANGOR - No. 8 Bangor Christian boys basketball fended off No. 9 DISHS 76-65.

ELLSWORTH - Never count Orono boys basketball out.

BANGOR - A balanced attack led the way for Husson women's basketball in its 78-49 win over UMaine-Farmington.

Wednesday, 14 February 2018 22:18

EMITL first and second teams announced

ORONO - The indoor track and field regular season finished with a bang last weekend as athletes set personal and even EMITL records. Some of them also earned spots on the EMITL all-conference teams

WINSLOW - No. 6 Winslow girls basketball catches fire, scores 33 points in the second half to down No. 11 Orono 48-37. 

WATERVILLE - No. 7 Waterville girls basketball used stifling defense and timely offense to down No. 10 Ellsworth 47-34. 

ORONO - There's no doubt Maine men's hockey has definitely brought energy back to the Alfond this season.

BANGOR - The Cross Insurance center was hopping on Saturday, for good reason.

BANGOR - Hermon cheer continued to build up its already impressive dynasty as it took home its seventh Class B title in seven years. Ellsworth finished in second place.

BANGOR - The Class C cheer championship was deemed to be wide open.

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