Paul Condry

Regional Radio Sports Network

Inducted 2010

Since 1988, Paul Condry’s voice has been synonymous with high school football in northwest Indiana. Condry began his sportscasting career on WWJY-Crown Point in 1988, and formed the Regional Radio Sports Network four years later. The company has broadcast Indiana high school sports on 18 radio stations, with Condry, Steve McIntyre and Frank Kiel working together on WEFM-Michigan City since 1996. He also has been the voice of Bethel College sports since 2001. Condry has also been heard statewide as a frequent contributor to “Indiana Sports Talk” during the high school football season.

Paul has also published several high school sports magazines during that time. Since 2006, he has been the publisher of the Indiana Football Digest, a unique statewide season preview magazine. He also coordinates the NFL/Colts Coach of the Week program, which recognizes an Indiana football coach each week, and the “Griddy Awards” which honors high school football players statewide each spring. In 1999, he also founded and currently is the executive director of “On God’s Team Ministries,” which promotes faith in the sports world. Condry has also worked with Indianapolis Public Schools in teaching a broadcasting class.

Paul has been honored by the Indiana Football Coaches Association, the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association and the IHSAA. He was the ISSA’s Marv Bates Sportscaster of the Year in 2005, and he has been honored as Indiana Sportscaster of the Year three times by the National Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association.

A native of Hobart, Paul coached junior high football and freshman basketball at his alma mater, Hobart High School, from 1979-86. He also coached youth league, Little League and AAU sports in Hobart during the 1980s.

Paul and his wife Tonya Condry currently reside in South Bend. He has six children — Leah, Kelly, Elizabeth, Kimberly, Randall and Christopher — and six grandchildren.

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