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.

HERMON - Special moments never escape an athletes memory.

Wednesday, 29 May 2019 21:29

Central baseball and softball sweep Orono

CORINTH - Central baseball beat Orono 10-1 to take over third place in Class C North. 

HERMON - Hermon girls tennis beat John Bapst to advance in the Class B North playoffs. 

HERMON - Hannah Sibley's solo home run in the second inning lifted Old Town softball past Hermon 6-3. The Coyotes finished the season 13-3 and enter the Class B North playoffs as the No. 2 seed. Hermon will be the No. 3 seed. 

BANGOR - For the first time in 53 years the Greater Bangor Open will not be happening.

HERMON - Ellsworth baseball handed Hermon its first loss of the season as the Eagles beat the Hawks 7-1 Thursday afternoon. 

ORONO - Orono girls and boys tennis split their match with Mattanawcook Wednesday afternoon. 

LINCOLN - Mattanawcook football is set to hire Brad Bishop as its next head coach pending board approval, pending board approval. 

BANGOR - Bangor girls basketball has found its next head coach.

BINGHAMTON, New York - Maine baseball fell to UMass Lowell, 5-0, and Hartford, 6-5, on Day 1 of the America East tournament effectively ending its season. 

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