The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast with Bonta, Kate & Joe

Weekdays 6:00am - 10:00am

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Bonta Hill was born and raised in San Francisco, growing and developing a passion for sports. Bonta has worn many hats including board operator, network coordinator, writer, updater, and show co-host. Hill currently serves as the co-host of 95.7 The Game's 49ers pre and postgame coverage.

As a graduate of San Francisco State University, he also freelanced for the San Francisco Examiner for four years, covering high school and college sports, as well as various professional sports. 

Kate Scott is the first woman to call an NFL game on the radio, the first to call football for the Pac-12 Networks, and the play-by-play announcer for the first all-female NHL broadcast in the United States. Scott continues to break barriers as a leader in sports broadcasting. 

Since joining the Pac-12 Networks in 2015, Scott has done it all. From calling football, volleyball, men's and women's soccer, men's and women's basketball and softball, to reporting for everything from rowing to rugby - including the Pac-12 Men's and Women's Basketball Tournaments and a pair of Women's Final Fours - to studio anchoring, hosting the award-winning features show "Our Stories," helping launch Pac-12 Radio Channel 373 on SiriusXM, to acting as the public address announcer for the Pac-12 Football Championship Game at Levi's Stadium.

Previously, Scott spent six years as the first full-time female voice on a Bay Area sports radio station. During that time, Scott spent three seasons as the television sideline reporter for the San Jose Earthquakes, a season as the television sideline for the San Jose Giants, and anchored Saturday night sports for NBC Bay Area. 

Born in Fresno, California and raised in neighboring Clovis, Scott earned her bachelor's degree in communications from UC Berkeley. #GoBears She currently resides down the hill from her alma mater in beautiful Oakland, CA.

 

Joe Shasky is the embodiment of the Bay Area sports fan when he sits down in front of the microphone. A former butcher on Ocean Avenue in The City, and a proud native of the Excelsior neighborhood in San Francisco, Joe turned his passion into a career in sports talk radio. 

"Butch," a dedicated 49ers, Giants and Warriors fan, will never shy away of a strong take, and will fight to the death to defend it. His spirited, yet authentic rants about anything from the 49ers or Giants, to San Francisco's best burrito will quickly turn into an incensed frenzy — and is the reason many of his listeners coined him "the voice of the people."

Away from the studio, you can spot Shasky on a golf course with his father and grandpa, or along the sidelines, coaching his neighborhood's youth basketball team.