Pete Hubbell

Pete Hubbell
Pete Hubbell
b. 1936

Year Inducted
The son of legendary Buffalo-area broadcaster, Ralph Hubbell, Pete Hubbell's smooth voice and easy delivery were a significant part of the area's sports scene from 1967 when he joined WJTN until his retirement in 1998.

During his 32-year career with the station, Hubbell broadcast more than 2,000 different sporting events, including hundreds of high school football, baseball and basketball regular-season and playoff games, Little League baseball, hundreds of Jamestown Community College men's basketball games, including several NJCAA Region 3 tournaments both at home and around the state, as well as several trips to Hutchinson, Kansas, for the Jayhawks' appearances in the national tournament. He also provided coverage of Jamestown Expos Class A baseball games, many area golf tournaments, nearly 100 Babe Ruth World Series games, the Jamestown Area Soap Box Derby, 10K races, water sports on Chautauqua Lake and created and hosted the nightly "Sports Talk" call-in program on WJTN for more than 17 years.

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