About MI Sports Now 

MI Sports Now is Northern Michigan’s home for exclusive coverage of high school athletics.

Featuring original video, stories and photo galleries as well as scores and schedules, MISportsNow.com is Northern Michigan’s go-to spot for up-to-date coverage of more than 100 high schools – from Isabella County to the Eastern U.P. – MI Sports Now gives fans and student-athletes the unique opportunity to interact with the 9 & 10 News and Fox 32 sports team by sharing video, photos and story ideas. 

About Our Team


Joe Buczek

Joe Buczek is the Sports Web Producer for MISportsNow and 9&10 News. He joined Northern Michigan’s Sports Leader in August 2015.

Prior to joining 9&10 News, Joe served as Sports Editor of The Leader and Kalkaskian and the Grand Traverse Insider. He also worked as a sportswriter for The Morning Sun (Mt. Pleasant), The Oakland Press (Pontiac) and State Champs! Network (Southfield). Joe also spent time serving as Assistant Sports Information Director at Northern Michigan University and Central (Iowa) College.

Originally from Farmington Hills, Michigan, Joe graduated from Central Michigan University in May 2011.

If you have a story idea for Joe, contact him at joebuczek@misportsnow.com. You can also follow Joe on Twitter

Shannon McGrattan

A dream that started in Alpena has now made its way to Cadillac and Shannon couldn't be more excited. After graduating from Syracuse University in May 2013, Shannon worked as an award-winning sports director at WBKB. In August 2014, Shannon took her talents west to work as 9&10 News’ weekend sports anchor/reporter. She has now taken over the role of sports director, a position that allows her to anchor five-days a week.

Originally from Waltham, MA, Shannon's love of journalism started with her High School's TV program WE-TV. From there Shannon worked as an anchor/ reporter for New-TV, a cable access channel in Newton, MA, she also interned at Comcast Sportsnet New England, WCVB and WHDH.

During college Shannon contributed to Citrus-TV, a student run station at Syracuse University, before taking her passion to local television stations where she worked as a sports intern.

In her spare time Shannon loves running and being outside, however, when it gets too snowy, she heads inside to the ice rink for some pick up hockey (she was a goalie as a kid!). She also loves traveling and after studying abroad in Madrid, Spain, Shannon hopes to combine her two passions one day: reporting sports and speaking in Spanish.

If you have a story idea for Shannon or just want to say “hi” feel free to email her at shannonmcgrattan@misportsnow.com or check her out on Facebook and Twitter.

Greg Miller

Greg Miller is the Sports Department Photojournalist for 9&10 News.  He started with Northern Michigan’s Sports Leader as a summer intern in 2003, and has been a fixture on high school sidelines ever since, covering everything from football and basketball to wrestling and skiing (and everything in between).

Miller is a truly “local” product.  He is a Central Michigan University alum, and graduated from Suttons Bay High School in Leelanau County.

He’s (obviously) an avid sports fan, and when he’s not out at a game he enjoys reading, writing, telling jokes and listening to music. You can email Greg at gregmiller@misportsnow.com

Matthew Doyle

Matthew Doyle joined the Channel 9&10 news team in February 2016 as the Weekend Sports Anchor/Reporter. Before coming to Cadillac, Michigan, Matthew worked for Fox 31 in Albany, Georgia, as a Sports Anchor/Reporter, where he enjoyed covering sports in SEC Country. He grew up in Wadsworth, Ohio, and attended Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, where he studied journalism at the nationally-recognized E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. Ohio has been home for Matthew for as long as he remembers, but he was born in Lansing, Michigan, where he lived for three years. He’s looking forward to covering local sports and seeing all that the city of Cadillac has to offer. Feel free to reach out to Matthew on Facebook and Twitter, and toss any story ideas his way when you see him around the city.

Follow Matthew on Twitter at @_MatthewJDoyle, find him on facebook at MatthewDoyleSports, or email him at matthewdoyle@misportsnow.com.