Show Sponsors:Palms Grill
10am - 11am
host: Leslie Tippell, Manny Innocencio
Sports talk radio – the only sports show that matters.
With an emphasis on football, baseball and everything in between, Leslie and Manny will be breaking down all the hot topics pertaining to your favorite teams – Raiders, Niners, Giants, A’s, Warriors, Stanford & Cal, including local coverage of all Sonoma Valley sports activities. Broadcasting live every week from Sonoma, California, Monday Morning Sportsrap features interviews and coverage of all sporting events with a positive spin. Stream us live at sunfmtv.com.
Leslie Tippell Bio:
A native of Southern California, Leslie’s dedicates her love of sports to her father
Joe who played football at USC, sadly her father wanted sons, but instead wound up with (3) daughters who knew a hell of lot about football. During the 80’s, Leslie was a closet 49ers fan watching “the Catch” in awe, but when she permanently relocated to San Francisco in 1999, she could support her favorite team with abandon. Leslie played basketball, volleyball, flag football and track while in school and also went to Cal State Long Beach (coincidentally another 49er team).
Leslie holds a BS in Psychology from UCI and moved to Sonoma in 2004.
By day, she’s an Architectural Color Designer at L.T. Designs, a Design Review Commissioner for the town of Sonoma, teaches Vinyasa Flow at the Yoga Community and also co-hosts KSVY’s “Que Pasa Sonoma”. By night she’s wife to Matthew Tippell and mom to her 9-year old son Max.
Manny Innocencio’s Bio:
Our very own Raider Manny is an East Bay native born in West Oakland and grew up in Alameda where he honed his love of sports from his older brother John, who was his hero. Playing baseball and basketball as a kid, he found his true passion to be football. He had the golden opportunity to grow up in the right place at the right time when the Oakland Raiders formed in 1960, taking a spot in the newly formed AFL, and proceeding to join the NFL in the AFL-NFL merger in 1970. Of course this would explain his life-long allegiance to the Silver & Black.
Manny has coached Pop Warner Football, played in a hometown league consisting of Castro Valley, San Lorenzo, Oakland and Alameda and is also a Vietnam era veteran. In 1991, when Manny moved to Sonoma, he seemed to be the lone Raider in a sea of 49er fans, whereas Gordon at Steiner’s dubbed him “Raider Manny”, a nickname that obviously stuck. Manny likes to give us little perspective on the dark side and “the greatness of da raiders!”
Stream us live at Sonoma Sun FM.