Pete Medhurst

Pete-Medhurst300Pete Medhurst is the afternoon-drive sports anchor and host on 106.7 The Fan and All-News 99.1 WNEW in Washington.

Throughout his 24-year radio and television career, Medhurst has worked for CBS College Sports, HDNet and handled morning drive duties on The Score 1310 in Norfolk, Va.

He created all-sports station AM 960 in Salisbury, Md. at age 20 and later went on to announce play-by-play for Salisbury University, Virginia Wesleyan College and Hampton University.

A local product out of Southern High School in Harwood, Md., Medhurst has been an active member of the community through Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks Programs. He also has served as as a high school basketball coach and official.

Catch Medhurst voicing play-by-play athletics for the United States Naval Academy and announcing the track races at Rosecroft and Ocean Downs Raceway.



Emotions Peak in Memorable Sports Weekend

This memorable weekend in sports could bring you to your knees in sadness, joy or blind rage.


Dez Wells (44), Michal Cekovsky (15), and Richaud Pack (20) of the Maryland Terrapins celebrate at the final buzzer as the Terrapins defeat the Iowa State Cyclones 72-63 to win the CBE Hall Of Fame Classic final game at Sprint Center on November 25, 2014 in Kansas City, Missouri.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Top 25 Schools Maryland, Virginia Square Off in ACC-Big Ten Challenge Showcase

Top 25 schools Maryland and Virginia square off in a showcase game Wednesday night, with the Big Ten leading the ACC-Big Ten Challenge 6-2 heading into the final night of competition.


Steve Coburn, co-owner of California Chrome waves to fans at Belmont Park on June 7, 2014 in Elmont, New York. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

Steve Coburn Robs Belmont Stakes Winners and Losers of Deserved Spotlight

When California Chrome owner Steve Coburn ranted against the harsh realities of horse racing, following his horse’s loss at the Belmont Stakes, he not only deprived the winning horse of its deserved spotlight, but also that of his own.


Head coach Jim Boeheim of the Syracuse Orangemen looks to the replay screen during a game against the Florida State Seminoles at the Donald L. Tucker Center on March 9, 2014 in Tallahassee, Florida. Syracuse won the game 74-58. (Credit: Stacy Revere/Getty Images)

Time to Turn the Page on Historic Era of Big East Basketball

With the passing of the Big East Championship over the weekend, we can now officially turn the page in the history books on the Big East’s historic rivalries and look forward to an uncertain future of certain conference realignment.


Quarterback Brandon Weeden #3 of the Cleveland Browns stands on the field during the fourth quarter against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on October 20, 2013 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The Packers defeated the Browns 31-13. (Credit: Brian Kersey/Getty Images)

The Big Fail: Big 12 Quarterbacks Plummeting Down NFL Depth Charts

Brandon Weeden’s benched. Sam Bradford’s hurt. Colt McCoy can barely crack a roster, and Blaine Gabbert is whatever Blaine Gabbert is. With that, nearly all of the big time quarterbacks to emerge from the Big 12 and rise to the NFL ranks in recent years have been an abject disaster.



Random Musings: RGIII, Randy Wittman Contract, Johnny Manziel

106.7 The Fan Sports Anchor Pete Medhurst offers his thoughts on the RGIII/Mike Shanahan relationship, how Texas A&M should deal with Johnny Manziel, the future of Randy Wittman with the Wizards, and other random musings in this roundup.


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Conference Tournaments Will Alter NCAA Tournament Picture

Conference tournaments around college basketball get under way this week and now we try to identify NCAA Tournament bid thieves.


NCAA Basketball Tournament - North Carolina State v Georgetown

Pre-Tournament Ponderings With Pete Medhurst

Conference tournaments around college basketball get under way this week and now we try to identify NCAA Tournament bid thieves.

106.7 The Fan–03/05/2013

Legends Classic - UCLA v Georgetown

Pistol Pete’s College Basketball Notebook: December 17th

College Basketball has been my favorite sport to broadcast for a long time. If you saw Saturday’s Butler-Indiana matchup in an electric atmosphere in Indianapolis, you now know why. A tremendous game with in-state ramifications […]

106.7 The Fan–12/17/2012

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The State of the Colonial Athletic Association

The CAA has played its way on to the national landscape in College Hoops, thanks in part to final four runs by George Mason and recently departed VCU. This year featured ambitious scheduling, not overwhelming, […]



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