Going beyond the boxscore and past the sidelines, David DeGuzman has produced numerous sports features as a reporter. For more samples, visit David’s Youtube Channel.
As the Olympics continue, a volleyball player out of Eastern Mennonite University has already represented Team USA this summer. But Hunter Taylor’s journey to the world stage was complicated. As it turned out, volleyball became the guiding light in his hunt to find a purpose.
A look at how the Gobblers’ girls basketball team finally delivered the school’s first state championship in their third try in four years.
Amanda’s Kick: A Soccer Player’s Journey Battling MS
A year ago, Amanda Williams was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, or MS. It’s a disease that affects more than 2.5 million people worldwide. But for this EMU soccer player, MS has become a motivating factor to do more than just survive.
Ryan’s Song: The Ballad of Ryan McAlister
It’s been nearly a year since Ryan McAlister has taken the field as a baseball player. The former County League second baseman now coaches the JV baseball team at Turner Ashby. But he’s has also put his focus on a talent off the field, trading in the bat and glove for a guitar.
Rugby Revolution in Shenandoah Valley
Rugby is the fastest growing sport in the United States over the last half decade and Rocktown Rugby, a club based in Harrisonburg, is spurring that growth, thanks in part to the help of an Englishman and a former Fort Defiance wrestler.
Hornets Hope: How Friendship And Basketball Fought Cancer
The Wilson Memorial girls basketball team, like many others in Virginia, are currently preparing for the upcoming playoffs. But for Courtney Ott and Rachel Gray, just stepping onto the court seemed like a slim possibility at one point in each of their lives.
Primetime Lights: Behind-the-scenes of ESPN’s MNF
Ever wondered what it takes to put a Monday Night Football game on national television in front of an audience of millions? Newsline 9’s David DeGuzman takes viewers behind the scenes of ESPN’s monster production at Lambeau Field as the primetime lights shine on the Green Bay Packers.
Get a glimpse of the largest mobile production facility in the country. And discover how ESPN puts together a mini-Super Bowl every week as senior operations manager Steve Carter gives Packers fans a tour. It’s an exclusive, all-access look at one of the longest running programs in television history.
Medford woman chasing Olympic curling dreams
Jackie Lemke is one competition away from qualifying for the Sochi Olympics. But as David DeGuzman explains, the Medford-native’s journey has been far from easy.
Wisconsin boy, football player show diabetes can’t stop them
A Wisconsin boy and a football player are proving diabetes can’t stop anyone from becoming an athlete.
Medical experts say more than 200,000 people under the age of 20 have diabetes in the United States. But a 12-year-old from Wisconsin and a former Badgers football player used social media to show diabetes doesn’t have to stop them. Newsline 9 Sports Reporter David DeGuzman has the story.
Hockey on Dollar Lake: Players gather for timeless tradition
Pond hockey. Many call it “hockey: The way it’s supposed to be played.” Outdoors. In freezing temperatures. Using a shovel instead of a zamboni to clear the ice. Newsline 9’s David DeGuzman introduces us to the game that goes back to its roots