About Us

Mike Montgomery

President and Chief Announcer

The vision for what became the Pegasus Sports Network was hatched in 1979 when Mike Montgomery first began broadcasting high school basketball on a small-town AM radio station, the former AM 1600 WSTL in Eminence, KY.  Over the next 10 years, Mike served as the voice of Oldham County Colonel sports, broadcasting football and basketball games over stations such as WXLN 105.7 FM and “Thunder” 101.7 FM, as well as Oldham County Cablevision.  In 1989, South Oldham High School was built, and Mike added “Voice of the Dragons” to his resume.  By the late 1990s, Mike was serving as the Sports Director for a four-station radio station cluster, overseeing three announcing crews that covered all five high schools, broadcasting nearly 100 high school games a year. 

By the late 1990s, Pegasus also began to emerge as the unofficial voice of the 8th region basketball tournaments (boys & girls), as Mike broadcast each and every game of both events.

In 2003, with the opening of North Oldham HS, Pegasus Sports added “Voice of the Mustangs” to its job description.

With regional radio stations rapidly disappearing from the local landscape by the early 2000s, Pegasus Sports underwent a dramatic makeover, as Mike turned to the internet for the 2005 football season.

The move to the internet has been tremendously successful; Colonel, Dragon, and Mustang fans from as far away as Texas, South Dakota, Alaska, Arizona, and even Belgium have become regular listeners.  For many, this is the only way they will ever experience the games of friends and relatives in North Central Kentucky.

Mike was born in Louisville, KY, but moved out to Oldham County in 1976.  He is a 1980 graduate of Oldham County High School, and a graduate of the University of Louisville School of Business (1985).  He’s been married to his wife, Rhonda, since 1988, and they have two boys. Kevin attends Tennessee Wesleyan College where he runs cross-country and track, and Shaun attends Oldham County HS where he also runs cross-country and track.

When he’s not broadcasting games, Mike coaches Little League baseball and YMCA basketball teams.

Tom Hawkins
Color Commentary
Tom Hawkins has been a part of the Pegasus Sports Network since 2001.  Tom’s coaching and officiating background is extensive; he has coached youth, middle school, and high school football for 36 years, 22 of which were spent in the Oldham County school system.  In addition, he has coached middle school basketball and high school baseball.  Tom has also worked as an official, refereeing 8th Region High School basketball for several years.  Tom currently is entering his 7th year as the owner / coach of the Kentucky Karma women’s football team.  Tom is retired from the Ford Motor Company and has three children, six grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren.  He has been married to his wife, Mary, for 36 years.

Roger Frantz
Color Commentator /
Football Field Reporter

Roger Frantz is a 1986 graduate of Oldham County High School and has lived in the county since 1977.  He is a 1990 graduate of Bellarmine College and currently runs his own CPA firm.

Roger has coached youth basketball and baseball for the past 10 years, and has been affiliated with the South Oldham Little League since 2000, including a three-year term as president.

Roger has been married to his wife, Danna, for four years, and has six kids – Alyssa, age 18, Nathan 16, Noah 13, Sydney 11, Ian 8, and Aaron 3.

A big-time sports fan, Roger has been a U of L basketball season ticket holder since 2000, and is an avid follower of the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers and MLB’s St. Louis Cardinals.

Scott Jaggers

Scott Jaggers is a native of Summer Shade, KY.  Basketball has always been his first love and he played roundball at Metcalfe County HS, where he was also a standout track /cross-country runner for the Hornets.  He graduated from Metcalfe County High School in 1997 and moved to the Louisville area in 1998.  He works at UPS and serves as an assistant coach for the Special Olympics Louisville Flyers program.  His teams have twice finished first in the state in basketball, and he has coached several individual track athletes to state championships.

Scott is married and has just finished his Master's Degree in Psychology from Walden University.  He also holds a Bachelor's of Science in Aviation degree from Embry-Riddle University.  Scott joined pegasus Sports in 2010.

Don Mattern

Don Mattern grew up in Spearfish, SD, where he played football, basketball, baseball, and ran track at Spearfish HS.  Don also played football and basketball while attending Black Hills State College in Spearfish, SC.  Don has coached youth basketball and soccer and has two daughters who played soccer and basketball at North Oldham HS.  He has coached basketball and soccer.  Don joined Pegasus Sports in 2010.

Kevin Montgomery

Kevin Montgomery is a 2012 graduate of Oldham County HS, where he was a cross-country standout and also ran track and played baseball.  He has been helping out with Pegasus Sports for several years and began serving as an on-air announcer in 2010.  He is currently pursuing a degree in Elementary Education at Tennessee Wesleyan College, where he is running on a cross-country scholarship.
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