Noontime Celebrate 12-Years Of Blogging

By NoontimeSports.com

12-years ago, our journey — well, more the story of Noontime Sports officially began. And it has been quite a ride.

Our sports media journey officially began on a humid afternoon on May 14, 2009, with a post about Greg Paulus, who played college basketball at Duke University and football at Syracuse University as a graduate student. He did attempt to earn a roster spot with the New Orleans Saints in 2010 but sadly did not make the cut.

Since our initial post, our blog has featured a variety of posts on many topics — we would say a lot of the content centers around Boston sports, New England colleges and high schools, and sometimes, the National Football League (NFL).

In addition to blogs, we have produced a ton of videos that can be seen on our YouTube channel and have hosted a slew of podcasts — last year, we shifted our show from WordPress to Anchor, and our podcast can be heard on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

Four years ago, we produced a video about eight years of blogging — and yes, creating content — but we’re proud to celebrate 12-years with our fans and friends. It has not been an easy 14 months with so many local (and regional) sports offline (or on the sidelines until this winter or early spring) due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but we’re optimistic and excited to return to covering games in-person next month while generating ideas for fall sports coverage.

As we begin this exciting next chapter, we want to thank our fans, followers, and friends — your support means so much to us, and we truly appreciate you stopping by the site once, twice or a few times each week while engaging with our various posts on social media. We love producing content on a variety of sports topics and plan to do it for a very long time.

So, here is to the next step — the next chapter, to be exact! — and we look forward to having you join us on what should be an exciting post-pandemic ride filled with some exciting memories and moments.

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