The Sports Report - Gabrielle Sutphin

The Sports Report - Gabrielle Sutphin
NEW YORK, MAY 14, 2020/THOMAS BRICE/-- The Sports Report New York's #1 sports show is proud to announce as a guest on its show this week Gabrielle Sutphin, the latest signing for the Five Towns Sound women's basketball team.
 
Gabrielle Sutphin is a shooting guard from the Burlington County Institute Of Technology Westampton Panthers who won the Group III Central Jersey Championships for the past two years..
 
Gabrielle Sutphin, an Edgewater Park, New Jersey product also played for the Boro Blitz program in Willingboro, New Jersey. 
"Energy, teamwork, and hustle is what Gabrielle Sutphin adds to head coach Anthony Alfaro and the Five Towns Sound women's basketball team. Gabrielle Sutphin was an important cog the last two years for head coach Darrell White and the BCIT Westampton Panthers in winning the Central Jersey Group III Championships. Gabrielle Sutphin's winning on the court will be a welcome addition to the burgeoning Five Towns Athletic Department and her maturity off the court will be an important reason why the Five Towns Sound women's basketball team will go far very quickly. I want to congratulate Gabrielle Sutphin on becoming the latest member of the Five Towns Sound women's basketball team, and I want to thank once again head coach Anthony Alfaro and athletic director Matt Guercio for the opportunity to talk Five Towns Sound Athletics."--Thomas Brice, founder, host, producer, engineer of The Sports Report New York's #1 Sports show, and the General Manager for the New York Phenoms in the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League (ACBL) 

To listen to this week's episode of the Sports Report featuring Gabrielle Sutphin the latest signing of the Five Towns Sound Women's Basketball team click on the link below as Gabrielle Sutphin comes on the Sports Report at the 1:03:34 mark. 

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The Sports Report New York's #1 sports show is hosted, produced, and engineered by Thomas Brice, and features weekly analysis from Ernest Dove an accredited member of the media covering the New York Mets minor league affiliate the St. Lucie Mets. Founder of the Bath Beach, Bensonhurst, Gravesend Alliance Ray Denaro. SUNY Purchase Baseball Alum Kyle Christopher, Rob Morosca. Brad Weiss 4 year Starting Forward/Center with the St. Joseph's Golden Eagles. Baruch Bearcats all time leader in three point field goals made with 276 and 2018-19 CUNYAC Second Team All-Star Billy Sixsmith.
 
The Sports Report has quickly established itself as New York's #1 sports show and has had on some of the top athletes in the world of sports such as 13 year Major League Baseball veteran, key member of the 2000 National League Champion New York Mets Glendon Rusch who pitched the 22nd one hitter in New York Mets history on July 14, 2001. Binghamton Rumble Ponies pitcher Marcel Renteria who at the time of his selection by the New York Mets in the 2017 Major League Baseball draft was the highest drafted pitcher in the history of the New Mexico State Aggies. Binghamton Rumble Ponies pitcher Stephen Villines who is the all time leader in saves for the Kansas Jayhawks. Columbia Fireflies pitcher Bryce Hutchinson the Columbia Fireflies relief pitcher of the month for May. St. Lucie Mets pitcher Conner O'Neil the all time leader in saves for the Cal State Northridge Matadors. Kansas City Royals Hall Of Famer, two time American League All Star, 20 game winner, 1985 World Series Champion and analyst for Fox Sports West covering the Los Angeles Angels Mark Gubicza. Coastal Carolina George F Buddy Sasser Hall Of Fame, Big South Conference Hall Of Fame, former Toronto Blue Jays, Montreal Expos infielder Luis Lopez. President of the NFL Players association Austin-San Antonio chapters, former Texas University running back Rodrick Walker. 2017 All Horizon League First Team honoree at shortstop Cody Bohanek of the Binghamton Rumble Ponies. New York Mets prospect Manny Rodriguez of the St. Lucie Mets. 9 year MLB veteran Jeff Frye of the Boston Red Sox, Toronto Blue Jays, Texas Rangers, and Colorado Rockies who also hit for the 2nd cycle in Toronto Blue Jays history on August 17, 2001, and on last week's episode New York Mets prospect Zachary Hammer.