On the Sidelines

On The Sidelines with Mollie & Lindsay: Betsy Ross

  This week, On The Sidelines, we’re joined by one of the first women to really break into the sports anchoring scene on a national level, Betsy Ross. She is a former ESPN News anchor and currently working as a Sportscaster for FOX19 here in town. She also has her own marketing firm called Game Day Promotions. On this episode, …

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On The Sidelines with Mollie & Lindsay: Rose Lavelle

  “The Queen of the Queen City”, A.K.A. Rose Lavelle, joins us on on the sidelines this week. Life has been a whirlwind for her since winning the Women’s World Cup a few weeks ago. On this episode, we chat with Rose about the team’s favorite celebratory song they can’t stop listening to, the show she is currently binge-watching on …

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16 Facts About Rose Lavelle

16 Facts About Rose Lavelle    When she arrived back in Cincinnati, she went straight to Skyline Chili. She ordered her usual: Three cheese coneys with mustard and onion. Nope, she is not a fan of hot sauce on her oyster crackers. 😉 Her Bronze Ball trophy arrived in the mail this week and is staying at her mom and …

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On The Sidelines with Mollie & Lindsay: Mary Lavelle

  As we gear up for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Sunday morning, we thought it would be fun to chat with player Rose Lavelle’s younger sister, Mary! The Lavelle’s are Cincinnati natives and are ready for a W on Sunday. On this episode we’ll chat with Mary about her game day superstitions, the time Tom Hanks tweeted Rose and …

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On The Sidelines with Mollie & Lindsay: Kentucky Enforcers | Cam Mitchell, Rob Smythe, Nate McGovney

We were “Courtside” this week with some of the guys from Northern Kentucky’s Pro Basketball team, the Kentucky Enforcers! These guys work hard, on and off the court. Each player is personally involved in the community, volunteering and donating his time to charities all over town. Cam will chat about life with five younger siblings and his family’s love for …

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