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Greg McKenna - Sports Reporter

Sports Reporter

When I interviewed a former New York Times reporter for my high school paper, he said sports reporters “have a license to tour people’s souls.” I was sold. I’ve covered over a dozen sports for the University of Notre Dame’s student newspaper and magazine, as well as the South Bend Tribune. I’m proud of making Muffet McGraw laugh after a 32-point loss. Prouder to have helped investigate the poor living conditions many residents of South Bend public housing endure. Grew up near Danbury, Connecticut. I’ll watch a soccer game anytime, anywhere in the world, but baseball was my first love. I could hit the inside pitch but not much else. Right field was my calling.

  1. Craig Ridenhour, 51, of Tampa, pauses during a swim last month at Esporta Fitness in Tampa. “I know that mental health is a major issue, it’s always been a silent issue, and I’ve had people in my own life that have mental health issues," Ridenhour said, "so I thought (Stop Soldier Suicide) was a great cause."
  2. Tampa Bay United forward Kiley Williams, second from right, gets a playful nod of respect from her younger teammates during introductions before a recent game against FC Miami.
  3. After the game-winning goal by Ondrej Palat, fans inside of Amalie Arena cheer during the official Lightning watch party on Friday night.
  4. As president of the USL Super League, scheduled to launch after the Women’s World Cup in 2023, Amanda Vandervort is helping to create the opportunity for hundreds of female players to play soccer professionally.
  5. Lightning goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy (88) and Avalanche left wing Gabriel Landeskog (92) watch as a puck that deflected off the skate of Colorado center Nathan MacKinnon (29) goes into the net during the second period.
  6. Lightning center Steven Stamkos (not pictured) gets the puck past Avalanche goaltender Darcy Kuemper in the second period Monday night in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup final.
  7. Kenan Thompson, who has a home in Tampa, is back as host of the year's NHL Awards.
  8. Bucs wide receiver Jaelon Darden (1) participates in the team's minicamp on June 8  at AdventHealth Training Center in Tampa.
  9. Fans gather at Amalie Arena for the official Lightning watch party of Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final against the Colorado Avalanche on Wednesday night.
  10. In Monday's practice, Lightning center Brayden Point paired with Ross Colton and Nick Paul.
  11. Lightning defenseman Erik Cernak checks his face after being hit during the second period Saturday at Amalie Arena.
  12. Former Rowdies president Lee Cohen, far right, takes part in a “Champion’s Day” in 2021 with officials from the Lightning and Bucs, as well as the St. Petersburg and Tampa mayors.
  13. Defenseman Zach Bogosian (24), right, sets up Pat Maroon's (14) opening goal in the Lightning's 4-1 win over the Rangers Tuesday at Amalie Arena.
  14. Rowdies defender Aaron Guillen gives a hug to forward Leo Fernandes moments after Fernandes buried a penalty kick during a 1-0 victory over Louisville Sunday night at Al Lang Stadium.
  15. Rays right-hander Andrew Kittredge said he’s hoping to be activated from the injured list in “the next couple of days” as he returns from low back tightness.
  16. The Rowdies celebrate after defeating Louisville City FC in overtime during the USL Championship’s Eastern Conference final last November. The teams meet again Saturday at Al Lang Stadium.
  17. J.P. Feyereisen has been one of the Rays' top relievers this season, but now will be sidelined at least half a month.
  18. Fourth-year Bucs cornerback Jamel Dean (35), center, was among the veterans participating in Tuesday's organized team activity at AdventHealth Training Center.
  19. Yankees players exchange high-fives after their 2-0 victory over the Rays Friday at Tropicana Field.
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