Voice of Kitsap County Sports
About Kevin Mac
(Alumni - North Mason H.S.)
In 2013,for the 9th straight season local
broadcasting talent Kevin Mac will call all the exciting
action for the Kitsap BlueJackets. Known as K-Mac, In
March 2013 he
enters his 11th Season working the Olympic College
Rangers Athletic programs.
A Kitsap County native and North Mason High School
alumni, he graduated in 1980. Following his graduation
K-Mac attended broadcasting school in Seattle, before
starting his broadcasting career working Metro League
football games on KKFX Radio (AM1250). In 2001 K-Mac was
a Co-host on Coaches Corner on KITZ (AM 1400).
From 2002-2003 Kevin moved on for 2 seasons to do NAIA
play by Play for the Evergreen State
Geoducks on KLAY
Radio (AM 1180) and KMAS (AM 1030).
A Multi-faceted broadcaster, K-Mac called the all action
for womenís and menís basketball, menís and womenís
soccer to womenís volleyball, for the Geoducks. During
that time in 2002, K-Mac started as the
public address announcer for OC baseball and now is
known as the voice of Kitsap County Sports.
In 2005 K-Mac was hired to broadcast the Kitsap
BlueJackets Baseball club of the
West Coast League and now enters his 9th season. In
2008 K-Mac started ISPN Sports, an Internet Sports Network
featuring a local sports show and live broadcasting of
An accomplished commercial writer and
producer, K-Mac is actively involved in the community.
K-Mac can be heard in the fall broadcasting High
School athletics from football, basketball and
baseball to the Annual High School Senior baseball
All Star Game to Broadcasting the Pee
Wee Football Championships to Babe Ruth baseball.
Available 24 hours a day 7 days a