US Sports Reporter
Gavin Enright is an 11th grade student in Long Beach, New York. For the past 6 years, Gavin has been reporting national sports for The Adrian Flannelly Show, a radio show that has aired for over 40 years. When he’s not reporting on Irish Radio™Network USA, Gavin is broadcasting on WGBB’s Halftime Howie Radio Show (a young radio program station in Long Beach, NY that highlights local current events and other hot topics in this small beachside community).
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Growing up, Gavin realized that, in addition to being a radio personality, he was destined to perform on stage. After 5 years of acting classes and performing in community theater, he brought his skills to his middle school’s stage where he debuted in Homework Eats Dog and Other Woeful Tales, playing a character known as The Angel, one of the leads. When he entered high school, Gavin participated in Laughter on the 23rd Floor where he played Milt, a deranged comedy writer. His next role was Mo the Bartender in the high school’s production of Bye Bye Birdie. Most recently, Gavin played Buzz Collins, the southern stooge, in Finian’s Rainbow.
Throughout the years, Gavin did not restrict himself to the stage. Having a room full of trophies, he has been a proud member of his school’s Varsity Badminton, Track, and Football teams. He has also played on multiple travel and recreation baseball, hockey, basketball, and soccer teams. Gavin splits his time playing sports and being active in both his school and community. In his school, Gavin is the vice president of the entire student body; vice president of the African-American Culture Club; president of both the Video and Italian clubs; and an active member of SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions), Student Council, Community Service Club, and Debate Team.
With the help from many of his peers, Gavin has participated in multiple community service events. These include the annual Relay for Life, Make-a-Wish Polar Bear Swim, and The American Cancer Society 4-Mile Walk. In addition, Gavin participates in the C.U.R.B. Bike Ride every year which supports people with physical disabilities. One of his community service projects hit close to home when a teacher in his school was diagnosed with cancer. Single-handedly, Gavin organized a huge buffalo wing-eating contest to raise money for the teacher and her family. He raised over $1,000 dollars!
When Gavin is taking a break from his busy schedule, he is either at the park with his friends playing stickball or practicing his guitar. Guitar, which happens to be one of his favorite instruments, is not the only musical instrument that he plays. He played both alto and tenor saxophone in his school’s Jazz and Dixieland Band. He is also a piano and ukulele player; not to mention- a singer in both his school’s Chorus and Advanced Select Choir.
In this tough economy, Gavin knows the importance of having to make money. This is why he dedicates his weekends and summers to working as a bus boy in multiple local restaurants, teaching 4, 5, and 6 year olds sports at the town recreation center, and working in construction with a local contracting company.
Gavin hopes that his school experiences, community involvement, and world travel (to date, he has visited Ireland, Italy, England, Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii and numerous states in the contiguous U.S.) will enhance his future career as a multi-media broadcaster.