On-Air Sport Personalities Bios
Steve Henley (Football)
Steve is a member of the Chaminade Class of 1962. He played football for the Eagles for all 4 years he attended Chaminade. After graduation, he joined the Marine Corps and achieved the rank of Sergeant. Steve also served in Vietnam. In 2003 he retired from his real estate appraisal business. He has worked for WBZI & WLGY recording radio commercials. Steve has worked with Information Radio 1610 and 1660 announcing CJ Football, Fairmont Football and as a color commentator for U.D. Women's Basketball.
Shane Kinder (Football)
Shane works at WBDT or also known as Dayton CW (Channel 26-TV) as a master control operator. He graduated from the International College of Broadcasting in 2009. His previous experience includes broadcasting Fairmont's first playoff run in 2008 as well as broadcasting the entire 2008 Fairmont football season. Additionally he has broadcast select games for UD Women's basketball and UD Men's Baseball. Shane comes out of Miami East High School in Casstown. His goal is to eventually find a professional position announcing college sports.
Roush Stadium in Kettering
Bill Mahle (Football)
Bill graded from Chaminade High School in 1962. He played football for the Eagles for the four years he attended Chaminade. He is married to Jackie and they have three sons - Brad, Brian & Brett along with one daughter - Jill. Additionally they have 5 grandchildren. Bill is retired from GM/Delphi. Last year was his first year on the 1660 Football Broadcast Team as he worked as co-announcer on the CJ Eagles 2008 Football season.
Aaron M. Primm (Football)
Aaron M. Primm was a Mathematics Instructor at Sinclair Community College. He worked at the main campus and is an alumni of Wayne High School, where he graduated in 1992. Aaron graduated with a B.A in Biology from Fisk University. He currently works as a mediation Specialist at the Dayton Mediation Center. This will be his fifth year with Information Radio.
Barney Sentner (Basketball)
Barney graduated from the University of Kansas in 1982 with a BS in Broadcast
Journalism. He has worked in the radio markets in Missouri, Michigan, Maryland
and Ohio. He has worked in news, sports and talk show programming
for five and a half years. Recently he has worked as a volunteer with
Information Radio broadcasting University of Dayton women’s basketball games for
the last few seasons. Barney has also broadcast select high school football
games covering part of the Fairmont Firebirds season in 2008. Beginning in
2012 Barney has taken on the position of play by play and color sports
broadcaster for the Wright State women's basketball.