Westside Mobile Media

Westside Mobile Media Westside Mobile Media is a streaming media company that broadcasts sports from Portland Oregon's westside suburbs (Mainly Banks High School-Oregon's most successful high school in the 2018-19 school year with 3 state championships)

Westside Mobile Media is designed to inform the people of Western Washington County, Oregon, by providing news, weather and sports entertainment online


Banks first baseball game of the season is March 19th at Ron Tonkin Field in Hillsboro and first softball game is Wednesday March 18th at home against Scappoose. Westside Mobile is proud to once again broadcast our 5th season of Braves Baseball and Softball and sponsorship opportunities to advertise your business during broadcasts are still available. For more information send us a message here or email [email protected]


Tonight I will be broadcasting Boys game at Tillamook vs. Seaside. I figured more people would actually be watching Girls game in person since it is closer at Valley Catholic. Once I receive the direct link info from network I will share it here


Westside Mobile Media is proud to once again be the official Voice of Portland American Legion Baseball and the Post 6 Barbers. The Barbers, led by long time area high school baseball coach Joseph Duran, play their home games at Liberty High School and Ron Tonkin Field. They are one of the winningest programs in Oregon American Legion and last season competed at the Oregon American Legion Playoffs last summer held at Kiger Field in Klamath Falls. The season starts in early June and continue to late July/early August. Westside Mobile Media is currently seeking advertising partners to help us cover costs of broadcast expenses of Barbers baseball. For more information, please contact Westside Mobile Media @ [email protected]

Boys High School Basketball - Valley Catholic Valiants vs. Banks Braves - 2/14/2020

Tonight is a huge night for basketball in many ways. First, it’s Banks Senior Night as Braves athletes participating in their final season of winter athletics will be recognized. Second there’s a lot riding on the line for both teams with just two games remaining as Banks hosts Valley Catholic.

First it’s the Lady Braves (11-10, 3-3) taking on the # 10 Valiants of Beaverton (12-7, 3-2). A win by Banks would move them in to second by 1/2 a game with Valley Catholic (@Astoria and hosting Tillamook) having 2 remaining after tonight. Seaside is one game back at (8-11, 2-4) battling for one of the last spots in to the play in round. Multiple tie breaker scenarios exist and it is possible for all 3 to finish the season tied for second in league at 4-4. In that scenario the teams with the best two records against the other teams tied, would play a tie breaker contest at a neutral site for the Cowapa League #2 to state playoffs and a bye in to the first round with the other loser of the tie breaker game having to participate in the play-in round. Tonight’s contest can be heard here https://youtu.be/FZuHq3v_chk beginning with the pregame at 545

Meanwhile the Cowapa League appears to be set with just the automatic 2 advancing to the First Round different from recent seasons where as many as 4 have had advanced. It would likely take upsets by Valley Catholic (4-14, 1-4) tonight at #5 Banks (15-5, 6-0) or Tillamook (9-11, 2-3) over #8 Seaside (15-4, 5-1) at home next week for either of those teams to sneak as the Cowapa #3 to the play-in round. The most likely scenario is that Banks wins tonight then travels to Seaside next Thursday with a one game advantage over the Gulls. If Banks wins tonight and Seaside wins their last 2 (including their match against the Braves on Thursday), both would finish 7-1 in league and play a tie breaker game at a neutral site for the second year in a row for the league’s top seed to state and a guaranteed home game in the First Round. Tonight’s game can be heard here immediately following the Girls contest https://youtu.be/3nxb6KMp47o

Boys High School Basketball - Valley Catholic Valiants vs. Banks Braves - 2/14/2020 Westside Mobile Media

Boys High School Basketball - Astoria Fishermen vs. #5 Banks Braves - 2/11/2020

Tonight beginning at 545 with the pregame #4 Astoria (18-2, 5-0) Girls look to clinch at least a share of the Cowapa crown at Banks (11-9, 3-2) as the Braves look to keep their slim title hopes alive with a win. Listen live here https://youtu.be/dArLF4RDs6k.

Immediately following, #5 Banks Boys (14-5, 5-0) hope to keep their one game advantage over Seaside when they host Astoria (2-19, 0-5). Follow all the action at this link https://youtu.be/k7J79XVyERI

Thanks for following Banks athletics all year long on Westside Mobile Media!

Boys High School Basketball - Astoria Fishermen vs. #5 Banks Braves - 2/11/2020 Westside Mobile Media


So many of my fellow broadcasters and contemporaries proudly post of how many broadcasts they’ve done when they reach a certain milestone. I’m not saying they shouldn’t but as someone that tries to humbly serve, it doesn’t matter if I’ve broadcast my first, my 100th or a million. I am trying to serve my community and school the best I can through the talent (or lack thereof-I’ve heard a few say 😂) God has gave me. When I start personally keeping track of how many broadcasts I’ve done, that is the day I’ll quit. That is for others to take into consideration if deemed necessary. I am 1/2 way through my 5th season of broadcasting Banks athletics and if I were to guess (between broadcasting football, volleyball, basketball, baseball and softball) it would probably be in the range of about 300-400, some good, some bad. I just do the best I can with what I have been given as far as talent, budget, and equipment. Numbers dont matter. That’s why I’ve never counted. It’s not about me. It’s about representing this community and it’s student athletes as professional as possible. It’s about Makenna Partain, Megan and Dakota Bunn, Blake Gobel, Blaine Herb, Dalton Renne, Tyler Lilly, Jacob and Aspen Slifka, Lindsey Beck and so many other great athletes that have come out of this program. So many other small schools deserve to have this as well. I’m just happy to do what I can to help them get the recognition they deserve, and try to make us much of a living as I can, by serving the way I know how. It’s an honor to be a small part of this program and I thank all the coaches and Jacob Pence and Ben Buchanan for building such a great program across the board despite being the smallest 4A school in the state yet annually making the state playoffs in nearly every sport

Boys High School Basketball - #5 Banks Braves vs. Tillamook Cheesemakers - 2/7/2020

Tonight the second half of the Cowapa basketball season gets underway when Banks travels to Tillamook. First it’s the Girls (10-9, 2-2) looking to at least stay in a tie of second place (sole possession if Astoria beats Seaside as expected) beginning with the pregame at 545. Listen live by clicking this link https://youtu.be/ccoqRltfQLU

Immediately following, #5 Banks Boys (13-5, 4-0) take on the upset minded Tillamook Cheesemakers (9–10, 2-2) who could move in to the top 20 and a playoff spot with a win. Listen live to all the action here https://youtu.be/S-OG_YWyP_0

Boys High School Basketball - #5 Banks Braves vs. Tillamook Cheesemakers - 2/7/2020 Westside Mobile Media

Girls High School Basketball - Seaside Gulls vs. Banks Braves - 2/4/2020

Tonight is the biggest Cowapa Boys game of the year and the game of the night in 4A Boys Basketball as #6 Banks (12-5, 3-0) entertains #7 Seaside (13-3, 3-0). Winner takes sole possession of first place and same two will meet at the coast on the last game of the season towards the end of the month. Direct link to Boys Game https://youtu.be/kvkUocb0aOE

Immediately following, Banks Girls (10-8, 2-1) host Seaside (7-9, 1-2) with the Gulls looking to move into a 3 way tie for 2nd with a win. Direct link to Girls Game https://youtu.be/U7fZ7DM6Ec4

Listen live on SHNsports .com/westsidemobilemedia beginning with boys pregame at 545

Girls High School Basketball - Seaside Gulls vs. Banks Braves - 2/4/2020 Westside Mobile Media

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Tonight #6 Banks Boys travel to Valley Catholic followed by Banks Girls @ #8 Valley Catholic. Listen to all the action beginning with the boys pregame at 545 on SHNSports.com/westside


Halftime #5 Banks 29 Astoria 15 Banks goes on a 18-7 run in the second. Evans with 10

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Tonight the Braves head out on the road for their first Cowapa League away games of the season. First at 6 it’s the #5 Boys taking on Astoria followed by the Girls hoping for the upset of #4 Astoria. Listen live beginning with the Boys pregame at 545 on SHNSports.com/westside


Tonight it’s the Cowapa League opener as #5 Banks Boys (9-5) host Tillamook (7-7) at 6 PM followed by Banks Lady Braves (8-7) hosting Tillamook Lady Cheesemakers (4-9) at 7:30. Listen to both games beginning with the boys pregame at 5:45 on shnsports.com/westside


Just contacted Golden Valley, Pietro's Pizza, Papa Murphy's, Banner Furniture, and am still in communication with Izzy's regarding sponsoring broadcasts of Banks High School athletics on Westside Mobile Media


Rachael Oliveira at RT Vinyl Designs is the official graphic and screenprint company of Westside Mobile Media. She did a great job on our jackets, sweatshirts and custom car window decals. We look forward to working with her in the future for other related needs. For all your graphic and screenprint needs check them out online or on their new page!


Kate Hailey had a game high 12, Alex Saunders chipped in 9 and the Braves got outstanding offensive efforts from Betta Minervini and Nya Johnson as Banks jumps out to a huge halftime lead and holds off Newport late 55-36. Stella Barber led the Cubs with 9. Banks finishes non-league 8-7 and will host Tillamook Tuesday to open Cowapa League play.

Newport 3 3 14 16–36
BANKS 16 16 16 7–55

Westside Mobile Media – SHN Sports

Tonight the Banks Lady Braves look to finish non-league play above .500 when they host the Newport Lady Cubs. Listen live beginning with the pregame at 645 on shnsports.com/westside


When I first started Westside Mobile Media my goal was to not only provide broadcasts of local (mainly Banks) high school athletics but also to provide around the clock 24 hour/7 day a week around the clock news/weather/sports and music to Western Washington County. Apparently radio maybe returning to Forest Grove but I have not received an update on that status recently other than that it is basically still in the planning stages. Most of you know my goal in doing this was to follow my passion full time while also providing not only the service I currently provide (while also working full time) but the service mentioned above. I have access to National Weather Service info and have experience using that information to create forecasts, from my time in radio in Newport. In order to commit to such a service on a full-time basis would require much more advertising but it would also a great number of more advertising opportunities for local businesses. Im not doing this to get rich off of businesses just would like to make an average of 2000-3000 a month to make a living. That being said, in order to play music requires about 1500$ a year total to ASCAP, BMI, and SoundExchange, music licensing companies. Right now the music format I am thinking would probably be 80s-current Top 40 (Hot A/C). It is the music format I am most familiar with from my time in Newport. To continue with the Westside theme it would probably have a channel name of "Westside's Hot Hits" and would probably have a website under that name with news and sports stories and links to National Weather Service information.
News sponsors would be able to pay 100$ a month to sponsor local news updates which would occur at the top of every hour 7 days a week and twice an hour from 6-10 AM and 4-7 PM Monday-Friday. Said news sponsors would be able to choose which "day part" they would wish to sponsor, in order to avoid hearing the same commercials during each news segment. Morning day part (7-10 AM), mid-day (10A-4PM) Drive time (4P-7P) and Evening/Overnight (7P-6A). News sponsors would be recognized at the beginning of each news broadcast as that hour's news sponsor. Example "This hour of news on "Westside's Hot Hits brought to you by, XYZ Corporation". Each news segment would look like this:
2:00 of local/regional news +
:30 news sponsor+
:30 additional sponsor+
:60 seconds of local/regional sports+
:30 (weather?)sponsor+
:30 westher
TOTAL 5:00 minutes in length for each news break
Weather sponsorship opportunities would be available similar to news sponsorships at a cost of 75$ a mo
News & weather sponsors would also be used to fill in other spots/breaks not covered by other sponsors.
Other sponsors wishing to advertise at a cheaper rate would be able to pay 50$ a month and sponsor non-news commercial breaks.
In addition sponsors would have their business posts shared through the Westside Mobile Media page in order to help further drive online exposure, as well as having their logo/link posted directly to the new website.
Sponsors can also save money by paying in bulk. 9 months of advertising for the price of 8 (as I currently do with sports) and 12 months for the price of 9 (for those that wish to pay for the whole year in advance.
Again this idea is to make enough to make a living to commit to this full time, so I can provide a full-time service.
I know this is a lengthy post but if you've made it to the end, please let me know you're thoughts and ideas. Thank you for allowing me to serve the community as much as I have and for all of your support.
Radio friends, please let me know what you think of this idea and any suggestions you may have.


Jarred Evans lead 3 double figures scorers for Banks with 16 in a 57-35 victory for the #6 Braves over Corbett. In a game that for all intents and purposes should have been a large margin victory, it felt much closer than the final score. Banks jumped out to an early 10-3 lead midway through the opening quarter but Corbett closed on an 8-2 run to be down just one 12-11 headed into the second. Banks appeared set to blow the Cards out of the gym going on a 20-0 run to start the second but allowed Corbett the last 12 points of the quarter (in 82 seconds) on the back of post player Mason Wright who led the Cardinal with 12. Banks had a 32-23 lead at the half but Corbett shaved a few points off the Braves lead headed to the 4th cutting it to cut it to 38-32. But Jacob Slifka and Joe Buliga did a masterful job stepping into the passing lanes in the 4th and the Braves pull away with a 19-3 run in the final period for the 57-35 victory. Slifka bounced back from Tuesday’s loss, in a big way for the Braves finishing with 15 and Buliga added 11. Banks Boys are scheduled to host 5A Hood River Valley Tuesday night but with snow and ice forecast for next week that game may not get played. Banks improves to 8-5 Corbett falls to 5-5.

Corbett 11 12 9 3–35
BANKS 12 20 6 19–57


Sergio Jimenez finished with a game high 21 and Brady Hansen chipped in with 10 as top ranked N Marion defeated #4 Banks 52-39. The Braves jumped out to a 17-10 lead after one but Banks leading scorer and first team all state Jacob Slifka was forced to play careful picking up 3 first half fouls and his fourth with less than 7 minutes left as the Huskies pulled away in the 4th for the victory. N Marion outscored Banks a combined 25-11 through the second and third quarters crucial in the Huskies victory. No player finished in double figures for the Braves. Jarred Evans led Banks with 9. Banks hosts Corbett on Thursday.

N Marion 10 13 12 17–52
BANKS 17 4 7 11-39


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Trevor is the DEAN of Sports in the Pac NW!