Mercer County High School Football

1077TheBroncChunFootballSolo300x250107.7 The Bronc is your exclusive home for both Lawrence High School and Hopewell Valley Central High School sports!

107.7 The Bronc is back for more, covering the games of the Hopewell Valley Bulldogs and the Lawrenceville Cardinals for the 2017 high school football season. The Bronc will be covering all home games and select away games with our Rider University students engineering and broadcasting games for the first time ever. Check out the full broadcast schedule the upcoming games of both teams here.

Every single broadcast, listen for the Two-Minute Drill; brief features that play daily on The Bronc that report on what’s going on with Hopewell Valley Central and Lawrence High School sports.

Mercer County High School Football on 107.7 The Bronc is underwritten by the College of Continuing Studies at Rider University and by TOPAC (The Overdose Prevention Agency Corporation).

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Meet The Broadcasters

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Matthew Parilla ’19
Broadcaster
parrillam@rider.edu

Matthew is majoring in Communication Studies with a minor in Sports Studies. Matthew enjoys watching and analyzing baseball, football, basketball and hockey in his free time. Matthew also co-hosts on Rider’s Rock Out With Your Bronc Out. When not on the air, Matthew is either hanging out with his family and friends, listening to rap music or attending sports events. Matthew enjoys making new friends and sharing laughs with others. He is greatful to be part of the Bronc and appreciates the opportunities it has given him.

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Ryan Connelly ’19
Broadcaster
connellyry@rider.edu

Ryan is majoring in Sports Media. Ryan’s favorite sport is football and his teams are the New York Giants for football and the New York Yankees for baseball. Back in high school, Ryan was the sports anchor and sports producer for his school’s TV show.

Devon Jefferson ’17
Broadcaster
devonjefferson58@icloud.com

Devon is a Rider alumni who graduated from Rider University with a degree in Television Production and ran track. An aspiring broadcaster, Devon loves anything that has to do with media, including writing scripts, producing ideas, taking pictures, and editing videos. Devon is thrilled to further his knowledge and skill in any position he takes on in this field!

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Matt St. Onge ’18
Broadcaster
stongem@rider.edu

Matt St. Onge is the Head of Engineering at 107.7 The Bronc. Matt acquired this position thanks to his strong knowledge of radio technology to manage it at the station. He is a Digital Media: Radio, Television, and Film major concentrating mostly on radio. He works for 1490 AM WBCB in Bucks County, as well as working for Rider Athletics as the primary contact for Rider Wrestling. He loves country music, and spends his summers traveling from concert to concert for his show RU Redneck Radio.

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Michael Alesandro ’18 
Broadcaster
alesandrom@rider.edu

Michael is a Communication Studies major and a Sports Studies minor. Michael has been announcing football games since he was 13 years old, and knew right then and there that was what he wanted to be. His passion and enthusiasm is what defines Michael as a person. He loves playing sports, mainly football and basketball, and he has watched both throughout the years. Michael is currently a member of the Rider Ultimate Frisbee Team and the Sports Director for The Bronc, which have helped him grow into the young man that he is today.

Denee Corbin ’19
Broadcaster
corbind@rider.edu

Denee is a Communication in Digital Media major and a Sports Studies minor. Upon graduation, Denee hopes to join the broadcasting team at EPSN. Before that happens, Denee understands the hard work and dedication that needs to happen in order to get there. So, Denee makes it her business to stay active within the Communication Department at Rider. You can find her putting in countless hours working towards her goal.

Contact the Station:

Office: (609) 896-5369
Request: (877) 900-1077
Fax: (609) 219-4724
E-mail: thebronc@rider.edu

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