Kevin Scholla

Kevin Scholla

Kevin Scholla is the host and creator of Mama Grizzly Radio on MamaGrizzlyRadio.com. The show features top guests as well as the latest news on Governor Sarah Palin. Kevin is a professional news/sports anchor. He also announces for several pro and college teams. Kevin has served as a press secretary and committeeman. Follow Kevin on twitter @kevinscholla and @MamaGrizzRadio.

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Class Act: 76ers Sign Down Syndrome High School Player

The Kevin Grow story just continues to get better. The Pennsylvania high school senior who became an Internet sensation earlier this month is headed to the NBA. The 76ers have signed the Bensalem Owls star, who has Down syndrome, to a two-day contract. Feb 18, 2014 7:05 AM PT

Todd Palin Iron Dog Run Comes to Early End, Fight Against Breast Cancer Continues

Team 11, comprised of Todd Palin and Tyler Huntington, had to scratch out of the 2014 Iron Dog race in Alaska Monday night. The Palin-Huntington duo posted the best time of 39 teams from Big Lake to Skwentna. But then some bad news. Huntington's sled began running on one cylinder after leaving Skwentna. Team 11 turned around and tried to diagnose it. At first, they thought it was an exhaust sensor, so they changed it in Skwentna. No luck. Feb 17, 2014 8:57 PM PT

Todd Palin Begins Quest for Iron Dog Title

And, they're off! The Iron Dog race is under way and, for the 21st time, Todd Palin is in the mix. The former first gentleman of Alaska is part of Team 11 with Tyler Huntington. This first-time pairing brings quite a resume to the race, with Palin having won the event four times and Huntington a two-time champion. Feb 17, 2014 8:01 AM PT

P.J. The Prognosticator! Carlesimo Predicts Belinelli-Beal Three-Point Final

It was one of the most dramatic three-point shootouts in NBA All-Star Weekend history, but for P.J. Carlesimo it was all a foregone conclusion. Before the completion, Carlesimo, the longtime coach turned analyst made his predictions on ESPN Radio. Without hesitation, he confidently chose San Antonio Spurs sharpshooter Marco Belinelli out of the West and Washington's long-range wizard Bradley Beal from the East. Not unlike Belinelli and Beal, Carlesimo nailed it. Feb 16, 2014 6:58 AM PT

Palin: Talk to Kids or Risk Orwellian Nation

Most American parents watching their children participate in sports have more on their minds than just how many kills or foul shots their child will pile up. Sarah Palin is no different. The former Alaska governor admits in a recent Facebook post that when she's taking in youth athletics, her thoughts often turn very serious. Understandable. Our precious children have an uncertain path ahead of them. Feb 14, 2014 4:28 PM PT

Interview: Todd Palin on Seeking Another Iron Dog Crown with New Race Partner

The Iron Dog is the longest, toughest snowmachine race in the world. It is truly a test of endurance, not only for the equipment but for the participants. Two men with past success in the event have teamed together this year to try to capture the title together. All eyes are on Team 11: Todd Palin and Tyler Huntington. Feb 13, 2014 3:53 PM PT

True Love: Sarah Palin's Hubby Attends Bikram Yoga Class with Her for Birthday

While appearing on the Hannity program on Fox News Channel Tuesday, Palin told host Sean Hannity that for the most part she kept things low-key for her birthday. In fact, she attended her daughter Piper's middle school volleyball game. Typical Palin again. Family and sports are always a big part of things no matter what the calendar says. Then Palin unveiled the surprising news. She said Todd gave her a "cool gift"--he attended a late night yoga class with her. Feb 12, 2014 8:11 AM PT

Former NFL Cheerleader Promotes Vibrant Living Through New Book

Change your life for the better in just 21 days. That's the bold claim from Molly Shattuck in her brand new book Vibrant Living. Shattuck, a former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader, maps out a blueprint for losing weight, feeling energized, and achieving overall better health. Feb 11, 2014 3:24 PM PT

Canada's Bilodeau Dedicates Gold Medal to Brother with Cerebral Palsy

The Canadian freestyle skier grabbed the gold in a virtual perfect run this week in Russia. When he was done he wasn't concerned about himself or basking in the limelight. Instead, Bilodeau wanted to celebrate with a very special guy: his brother, Frederic. He dedicated his medal to him. Feb 11, 2014 2:03 PM PT

High School Hoopster with Down Syndrome at It Again, Knocks Down Four Three-Pointers

Well, I spoke too soon. I recently wrote a column about an incredible performance from a high school basketball player in the Philadelphia suburbs named Kevin Grow. The senior cager with Down Syndrome hit a free throw, recorded a steal, and went coast to coast for a lay-up Friday night. The night of his athletic life. Feb 9, 2014 2:05 PM PT

High School Hoopster with Down Syndrome Shines, Delights Crowd

The 76ers are right near the bottom of the Eastern Conference standings. It is not a banner year for NBA basketball in Philadelphia. But there's plenty of reason for hoops fans in the area to be cheering. Friday night a hero took to the court in a high school game just outside of the city. Kevin Grow has served as team manager at Bensalem High for four years. Kevin, who has Down syndrome, doesn't complain. Instead he continues to work hard, doing whatever his coaches and teammates need to help out. Feb 7, 2014 9:59 PM PT

Sarah Palin, Alaska Stoked for Two Huge Races

Here in the 48 contiguous states, this time of year is often considered the slowest when it comes to sports. In Alaska, though, things are quite different. Two huge races are all the talk at coffee shops and ice rinks. Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is among those fired up for what's to come and she plans on showcasing one of the participants on her new TV show. Feb 6, 2014 7:35 PM PT

Mets Fans, Baseball Mourn Lovable Ralph Kiner

Growing up in the suburbs of New York City in the 80s and 90s had its advantages. Plenty of things to do, great food, and baseball fever. Whether you were a Mets or Yankees fan, one thing was for sure -- baseball mattered. Those partial to the Mets may have not had the history or nostalgia of Bronx Bombers backers, but the Amazins had something they called their very own for decades: Mr. Ralph Kiner. Feb 6, 2014 5:48 PM PT

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