Play-by-Play and field reporter
Kyle Berger returns to WNPV 1440 for his Seventh season as the play-by-play announcer for Friday night football. After serving as a sideline reporter and analyst for three seasons, he jumped to the radio booth in 2006. Look for Kyle's District One playoff standings each week on WNPV1440.com.
He is a 2003 University of Miami graduate, and will always root for "The U." Kyle teaches broadcast journalism at North Penn High School, his alma mater. In addition to his broadcasting and teaching, he is a PIAA wrestling official and one heckuva chef.
Kyle handles much of the video production you enjoy on the web.
Show Host / Analyst / Maxwell Club Award Winner
Anyone who knows about high school sports in the Bux-Mont area knows the name Jim Church. That's becuase this will be Jim's 40th YEAR broadcasting with the station!
A staple of the WNPV broadcast family since being hired by station owner John Skibbe in 1970, it is believed he has called over 600 games in baseball, basketball and mainly football, where he has worked seven PIAA state finals and is as expected broadcasting Thanksgiving Day football as eating turkey for dinner. His weekly show "On The Bench", highlighting local sports figures, has been a regular feature for over 30 years.
A 1950 graduate and three-sport athlete at Lansdale (now North Penn) High School, he has won numerous awards for his broadcasting from the state, local schools and community. He is also a member of the Souderton and North Penn Sports Hall of Fames, the latter of which he will be inducted into again this year, with his teammates from Lansdale's 1948 undefeated football team.
He has been the chairman of the Montgomery County All-Star Football game for 21 years and is on the Board of Directors of the Montgomery County Coaches' Hall of Fame and Triangle Club.
In 2009, the Maxwell Club of Philadelphia presented Jim with its Robert T. Clarke award, given in honor of his lifetime promotion of high school football.
Jim lives in Telford with his wife of 58 years, Loretta, has two sons (Greg and Doug) and two grand-daughters.
Play-by-Play and field reporter
Daryle begins his Seventh season as a member of the WNPV sports radio family primarily handling the play-by-play duties for all Internet football games, but also contributing to basketball and baseball broadcasts.
During his time as a broadcaster, Daryle has been the exclusive voice of both Strath Haven and Cardinal O'Hara football. He is the former program director of the Nauticom Sports Network, Eastern, PA.
A former professional minor league umpire, Daryle also works as a broadcaster for Rider University and USA Hockey while continuing his refereeing career on a more local level.
He and his wife Niki make Chalfont their home with sons Ryan, Connor and dog Rusty.
Scoreboard Show Co-Host
Dan recently retired as an educator in the Neshaminy School District after more then 31 years.
Equal or surpassing that amount of time has been Dan's passion for high school football. After writing for several publications, Dan landed his dream job as co-host of the Scoreboard Show.
He has also spent time as a sideline reporter on numerous radio broadcasts.
Dan is a physical fitness nut and does 58 real push-ups in the office each time North Penn (or another area team when NP is on the Internet) scores a TD on a Friday night. This is a true fact. No ambulance is waiting nearby.
Being young at age 60, and physically fit, Dan plans on hosting the Scoreboard Show for another forty years. No new applicants need apply!
Jim Nelson begins his tenth year as a football commentator and basketball play-by-play announcer for WNPV radio.
Jim began his sports broadcasting career at the University of Delaware student radio station, WVUD. He participated in over 100 broadcasts for the station including Football, basketball, baseball and volleyball.
Jim joined WNPV in 2003 producing highlight packages for the Scoreboard Show during North Penn football's state title run. In 2004, he worked as a sideline reporter when Lansdale Catholic captured their first state football title.
His versatility and work ethic makes him a major contributor to the WNPV sports staff and will fill any role that is needed.
A proud graduate of Methacton High School, he can be heard exalting the virtues of his alma mater on the scoreboard show as well.
Jim is currently spoken for and lives in Collegeville.
Scoreboard Show Host / Sports Director
Jeff Nolan’s introduction to the WNPV listening audience began in the year 2000 as the host of the Nauticom Sports Network Football Scoreboard Show, where he also was the General Manager of the company's Eastern office. The show, in its current format, became a fixture the following year. This season will mark the ninth year Jeff has hosted the show with Dan Morehouse.
Along with Scoreboard Show responsibilities, Jeff also handles play-by-play for college / high school basketball, hockey and baseball while reporting on all sports stories in the area.
Jeff and the WNPV Sports crew have been recognized as the best sports team in Pennsylvania twice by the Pennsylvania Broadcasters Association.
In addition, Jeff is the radio play-by-play voice of Rider University women’s basketball, and has served as the lead announcer for the USA Hockey National Championships.
Jeff and his wife Joann reside in Perkiomenville and have three children, twins Amber and Joshua (28) and son Tanner (23)