Andrew Badillo

Andrew Badillo

Sports Director/Anchor/Reporter
[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.

Saturday, 16 September 2017 21:09

Touch a truck helps fund Camp Capella

HERMON - It was all for a great cause Saturday at the annual Camp Campella Touch a Truck event at Speedway 95 as all the proceeds went towards the camp.

ORONO - Maine cross country had its final home meet of the season on Friday.

Saturday, 16 September 2017 00:26

Old Town field hockey beats Orono, 4-1

ORONO - Old Town field hockey defeated Orono Friday, 4-1.

Saturday, 16 September 2017 00:02

Class C and D North football highlights - Week 3

STATEWIDE - Week 3 highlights in Class C and D North.

Thursday, 14 September 2017 23:39

Brunswick girl's soccer edges Bangor, 1-0

BANGOR - A late game tally from Lea Scrapchansky was enough for Brunswick girls soccer to overcome Bangor.

Thursday, 14 September 2017 23:22

Orono boy's soccer battles Old Town to 2-2 tie

OLD TOWN - Orono boy's soccer battled Old Town to a 2-2 tie on Thursday.

ORONO - Hurricane Irma has effected numerous lives down in Florida and it will also be altering Maine football's schedule.

Thursday, 14 September 2017 18:35

Hermon field hockey rolls past John Bapst, 4-0

HERMON - Hermon field hockey rolled past John Bapst, 4-0.

ORONO - Field goal kicking is the most scrutinized position in football. You get a pat on the back if you make one, but if you miss one, all eyes are on you. The latter is what it has been like for Maine football kicker Kenny Doak during the infancy of his career.

BREWER - Offensively, Brewer football is know for its ground and pound run game. But, the team believes an overlooked part of the offense is what makes them so successful, the offensive line.