SECV8 holds a longstanding tradition of bringing you local area high school sports, whether it’s from the gridiron in the fall, the (mostly) warm gymnasiums during the winter, or the recently added lacrosse fields of the spring. We strive to provide you with action from the 14 area public schools in our Columbia, Montour, Northumberland, Snyder, and Union County coverage area, and continually look to expand the viewing capabilities in your own home. So throw on your favorite school’s apparel, grab some snacks, and sit down to watch SECV8 Sports, exclusively on Service Electric Cablevision.

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Meet Our Announcers

Matt Catrillo

Host Of The Sports Beat and Lead Announcer

Matt Catrillo is the host of The Sports Beat and Lead Announcer for SECV8. Matt has been hosting The Sports Beat and announcing for SECV8 on a part-time basis for the last six and a half years, before being brought on to a full-time role in November 2023. In addition, Matt also does Bucknell University Play-By-Play for the Patriot League on ESPN, and is the Public Address Announcer at Christy Mathewson Memorial Stadium for Bucknell Football and Sojka Pavilion for Bucknell men’s and women’s basketball.

Before SECV8, Matt was the News Director/Anchor for the last six and a half years at Newsradio 1070 WKOK, as well as the morning anchor on 94KX, and also was the Producer of The Steve Jones Show for four years, and still contributes to the show weekly.

Matt and his wife Lisa have three boys, Luke, Mark, and John Paul. 

Carl Bower

Carl started announcing high school sports with CCN/SECV8 in 1992. In 1997, he also began serving as Sports Director until his retirement in 2024. Although retired from the role of Sports Director, he will continue to announce football, soccer, field hockey, wrestling, basketball, lacrosse, baseball, and softball on SECV8.

In addition to his SECV8 duties, Carl is an announcer for Warrior Run football and wrestling, the PHAC and District 4 Track and Field Championships, and for Bucknell University Wrestling on ESPN+.

Carl is a graduate of Warrior Run High School and Bloomsburg University and enjoyed a 38-year career as a high school English Teacher at Warrior Run, along with coaching experience in football, wrestling, field hockey, and track and field.

Carl has been married for over 50 years and has two children and two grandchildren. 

Todd Davis

Todd Davis’ earliest memory was his father holding him up to a basketball rim attached to a backyard tree, encouraging him to shoot the basketball. His entire life has been a continuum of basketball as a player, coach, official, historian, and broadcaster, with baseball and track finding their way into his competitive life as well. After 34 years of teaching chemistry at Bloomsburg High School, he is enjoying the freedom that retirement affords to work some part time jobs, with this one at SECV8 giving him much joy. He and his wife Laura have three, married adult children: a USAF F15 pilot, a pediatric nurse, and a small business owner.

Jim Doyle

Jim started announcing girls and boys high school basketball on SECV8 in 2019. He has been announcing local sports on the radio for over 50 years. He is currently the radio voice of Berwick High School football and Bloomsburg University football and men’s basketball. Jim has been inducted into the Bloomsburg University Athletic Hall of Fame, the Berwick Area Sports Hall of Fame, as well as The Romanoski Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame. Author of the book “The Best Seat in the House”, he has won two Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters awards for outstanding coverage of local sporting events.

Charlie Fisher

Charlie is a 1977 Graduate Warrior Run High School, and was a 39-year college football coach with stops at Penn State, Arizona State, NC State, Vanderbilt, and Temple.

Jason Genovese

Jason Genovese is a professor of Media and Journalism at Bloomsburg University. He worked in sports radio and television for 25 years including at NBC Sports Philadelphia. His favorite sports are football and basketball. He lives with his son Vincent, in Berwick.

Jonathan Joseph

Dr. Jonathan Joseph has been with SECV8 since 2019. He’s been an English teacher at Central Columbia Middle School for over 20  years, and coached soccer in the area for over 15 years at Southern Columbia, Central Columbia, and Bloomsburg.

Pete Long

“Pistol” Pete Long was a standout player for Lourdes Regional HS where he was a 1000 point scorer and led his team to the Eastern Finals his Junior Year and the District Title his Senior Year. Pete went on to play at Susquehanna University where he was a 4 year varsity letter winner. Upon his graduation in 1998, he was hired as an assistant at his alma-mater Lourdes and became the head coach in 2002. He was the head coach of the Lourdes Boy’s program for 14 years and then went on to be the head boys basketball coach at Southern Columbia for 2 years. Pete has transitioned into the booth for SECV8 in 2021 where he is currently our color commentator for both basketball and football games. Pete and his wife Kelly of 24 years have three children together and three grandchildren.  

Marc Logenhagen

Marc started his work as a wrestling color commentator at SECV8 in 2021. He is a graduate of Catasauqua High School in the Lehigh Valley. He moved to the area in 1986 and worked as a teacher and coach at Southern Columbia Area for 34 years. Marc is also a graduate of Kutztown University, where he wrestled, completed a comprehensive social studies degree, and was a member of the National History Honor Society (Phi Alpha Theta). He began his coaching and teaching career at Southern Columbia, working with Hall of Fame coach Jay McGinley. While coaching at Southern he was named District 4 Junior High Coach of the Year three times and State Junior High Coach of the Year twice. Marc ‘throughly’ enjoys announcing for SECV8, and would like to thank Carl Bower for all of his help and appreciates the entire SECV8 team.   

Amelia Steiner

Amelia, a graduate of Bloomsburg High School, joined the SECV8 team in the 2023-2024 season as a Courtside and Sideline reporter. She completed a 4-year bachelor’s degree while being a member of the Cross Country and Track & Field team at Millersville University. Choosing to further her education, she stayed at Millersville to complete her Master’s Degree in Sports Management before returning to Bloomsburg with her husband, a Millville native and a current soccer coach at Bucknell University. By day, she manages her company, Big Top Teams, LLC, formerly known as Wagner’s Trophies.

Mark Temple

Mark spent 30 years teaching high school social studies and coaching a variety of sports, wrestling, track and field, and softball. The last 15 years of his career were at his alma mater of Lewisburg where he taught at the high school and also was the district Athletic Director. Mark retired in 2020 and now owns a company called Classic Ski Tours, LLC which books group ski adventures. Mark has been married to his wife Leslie for 30 years and have three boys who are all out of college. Mark is an avid outdoor enthusiast, especially skiing and mountain/gravel biking. He loves high school sports and stays involved as an assistant track coach for Lewisburg.

Steve Williams

Steve Williams started his broadcasting career in 1986 with Shikellamy wrestling on WKOK 1070 AM. He added football a year later. He has also been heard on WBPZ in Lock Haven and WEST in Easton. Since then Steve has done soccer, field hockey, women’s volleyball, lacrosse, basketball, baseball and softball for Bucknell Bison Vision and SECV8. He is also a racing and wrestling writer and photographer for The Daily Item in Sunbury and Area Auto Racing News in Trenton, NJ. Away from local college and high school sports he traveled with the American Racing Drivers Club wingless midget series as the public relations director and announcer. While retired from coaching youth soccer, wrestling, basketball and baseball, he now enjoys attending his grandchildren’s events. Steve is a graduate of Shikellamy High School where he wrestled for Larry Sinibaldi and Phil Lockcuff and Penn State University.

Meet Our Crew

Dylan Letkiewicz

Dylan Letkiewicz is a behind the scenes member of the SECV8 crew. Dylan attended college at Bloomsburg University, studying Mass Communications and graduating in 2016. During his final semester he began interning at SECV8, receiving a full-time position in 2019. You can currently find Dylan at most every SECV8 event directing or operating replay. Dylan is also the director of ‘Catching up with Carl’ featuring Carl Bower.

Scott McVicar

Scott is a 1990 graduate of Bloomsburg University and has been with CCN/SECV8 for 18 years. He has almost 30 years of video production experience and is involved in all facets of SECV8’s live sports broadcasts. He is very appreciative of Service Electric Cablevision’s commitment to SECV8’s resources and takes an incredible amount of pride in the service it provides to the community and area student athletes, families and coaches.
Scott is also Co-Producer of The Sports Beat along with host Matt Catrillo, as well as being the Director and Editor of the weekly sports show. Scott lives in Lewisburg with his wife Kristin and has two daughters, Brittany and Rachael.

Chris O’Rourke

Chris O’Rourke joined what was then known as CCN, part of CATV Service, in September of 1996. He immediately set out to create CCN News 8, which he anchored for the next 19 years. During time he also worked on sports shoots, which were broadcast on tape delay. After CATV was purchased by Service Electric Cablevision, CCN was rebranded to SECV8. Chris took over as the host of In Your Neighborhood. as well as continued working on sports broadcasts. In 2018, the first LIVE sports broadcast took place. Since that time, Chris has been involved in scheduling and personnel for the operation, along with directing, camera work, graphics, and instant replay.

Todd Merriett

Todd has been working with SECV8 since 2018. He often provides in-game statistics for broadcasts, and operates cameras and does graphics. Todd spent 15 years in college athletic communications and still works with Bucknell University and a number of other local schools to provide official statistics for a variety of sports. Todd’s full-time role since 2019 has been as a member of the Dean’s Office in the College of Engineering at Bucknell. He lives in Lewisburg with his wife, Erica.

Brian Stackhouse

Brian Stackhouse is a 1994 graduate from Bloomsburg High School. While in school, he played baseball and football. He also had the opportunity to volunteer as a PA announcer. He joined the SECV8 team in the 2023-2024 season, working on the camera crew. His favorite sport is baseball and his favorite team is the Philadelphia Phillies.

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