Sports Anchor Ken Bell Ends 35-Years at ABC6
Monday, July 31, 2017 6:58 PM EDT
Monday, July 31, 2017 7:24 PM EDT
By Ken Bellkbell@abc6.comThe final day of my 35-years at ABC6 is one dedicated to all my teammates at the station. I thank all those who have encouraged me and supported me through the years. It's been a wonderful career.
Legendary Bobb Angel is celebrating his 50th anniversary of calling high school and college games on WADK Radio in Newport. AS I HEAD FOR RETIREMENT ON MONDAY, I WANTED TO TAKE TIME TO HONOR A LEGENDARY VOICE THAT IS VERY FAMILIAR TO SOUTHERN RHODE ISLAND. (BELL) FOR THE LAST 50 YEARS, THE LEGENDARY BOBB ANGEL HAS BEEN ON A MICROPHONE AT WADK RADIO IN NEWPORT. THINK ABOUT THAT. HALF A CENTURY AT THE SAME RADIO STATION. HOW HAS HE KEPT THE MIC ON FOR THAT LONG?
HOT TENNIS TODAY AT THE NEWPORT HALL OF FAME CHAMPIONSHIPS ON A STEAMY FRIDAY FOR THE ONLY GRASS COURTS TOURNAMENT IN AMERICA. AND TOP SEEDED JOHN ISNER ON THE NEAR SIDE, FACING FELLOW AMERICAN DENNIS NOVIKOV. AND ISNER SERVES UP ONE OF HIS 20 ACES IN THIS MATCH...JOHN ISNER A TWO TIME CHAMPION IN NEWPORT...AND ISNER WAS AT THE TOP OF HIS GAME TODAY...HERE THE EASY WINNER. AND CHECK OUT THE BACKHAND RETURN TOO HOT TO HANDLE...ISNER ADVANCES TO THE SEMIFINALS AFTER A 6–4, 6–4 VICTORY.
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