Double Champ Sports was founded in August 2017 as the source for news, information, and original content from the world of sports and entertainment.  It is the home for news articles on the latest breaking stories, along with the home base for the Between Rounds Radio podcast.  We at Double Champ Sports hope to to provide more radio, video, and other interactive content in the coming days, weeks, and years to make you a return visitor to this page.

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Ryan Jarrell

The co-founder of Double Champ Sports is a UMaine graduate with a Broadcast Journalism degree that is well versed in the entertainment realm.  In addition to his passion for sports and mixed martial arts, he was an actor and writer  in Los Angeles before returning back to Maine to start this venture.  In addition to being one of the most fore-front names in MMA news in the Northeast part of the US, he is also a co-host of Between Rounds Radio, the MMA correspondent for Portland’s 96.3 The Big Jab, and the color commentator for Ammo Fight League out of Massachusetts. Ryan was also a key member on the #1 ranked NSCAA EMTC Golden Eagles basketball team

Bryan Stackpole

Stackpole is a veteran to the sports broadcasting scene in the state of Maine and has been professionally broadcasting since 2010.  In addition to his duties as co-founder of Double Champ Sports, he is also a co-host of Between Rounds Radio and a broadcaster of New England Fights.  Stackpole has been the executive producer of drive time radio in Bangor, ME since 2011, first working for the Downtown with Rich Kimball show from 2011 until 2016 in the afternoons, and currently serves as the co-host in the mornings on the Morning Pitch on the ESPN affiliate in Bangor.  He also has been the voice of UMaine Softball on the Black Bear Sports Network since 2011 and is the play-by-play voice for UMaine men’s and women’s basketball on ESPN3 since 2016.  Stackpole also works in marketing, freelances as a broadcast er for other New England broadcast outlets, and will be the lead voice for Pro Wrestling Takeover.  He graduated from UMaine in 2011 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.

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