Welcome Ex-Husky Darren Wilson As New Team Advocate Director
Wenatchee Valley Skyhawk Fans and Sponsor welcome Darren Wilson to our team as the Advocate Director.
Darren Wilson Biography
In 1975 I was accepted into O’Dea High School, an all boys catholic high school in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood. I was a varsity starting quarterback, a running-back, and defensive back. Our team finished third in state my senior year, which was in 1978. In 1979 I was accepted into the University of Washington based on my academics. I walked on in 1979, as a wide receiver and a kickoff returner. Throughout my five years at the UW, I played in five bowl games; One Sun Bowl, Two Rose Bowls, and Two Aloha Bowls. We were PAC10 Champions in 80 and 81. Fast forward 20 years: I am now the premier Red Hat for the NFL, PAC12 Conference, MLS, and MLB. I contract with Root Sports, Fox Sports, Fox One, CBS Sports, and ESPN.
The Grasshopper Show
Grasshopper was my nickname as a walk on wide receiver for the University of Washington Football team in 1979. My teammate, Mark Lee gave me the nickname ‘Grasshopper’ because I ran routes and nobody could see who the quarterback was throwing the ball to, and I would jump (like a grasshopper) to catch the pass and gain extra yards.
Sports can be biased, but this show ain’t. Here we talk about a wide variety of sports, athletes, and the role that the community holds in sports. With two hosts every episode, we give an unbiased view of the sports and we discuss the current world of competitive athletes. We air weekly, and we will have biweekly guests.
The podcast is focused on Major League NFL, MLB, MLS. It also focuses on NCAA College Football, Mens & Women College Basketball, Mens Baseball and Women's Softball, Tennis, Gymnastics, Volleyball, Swimming & Diving, and Local High School Sports.
Interchangeable CoHosts Bio
Jason Thomas - Head Basketball Coach for Roosevelt High School. Graduate of O’Dea high school, where he ran track, played football and basketball.
Larry Thornton - Assistant Football Coach at Federal Way High School, a graduate of Lindbergh High School in Renton, Wa.