Jamey Malcomb, Duluth News Tribune prep sports reporter

Jamey Malcomb

Prep sports reporter

Jamey Malcomb has been a high school sports reporter for the Duluth News Tribune since October 2021. He spent the previous six years covering local government, education and sports for the Lake County News-Chronicle in Two Harbors and the Cloquet Pine Journal. You can find him in gyms, rinks and anywhere high school athletes in the Twin Ports are competing or practicing.
Malcomb graduated from the George Washington University in 1999 with a bachelor's degree in history and literature and holds a master's degree in secondary English education from George Mason University.

The Superior supper club wasn't exactly what sports reporter Jamey Malcomb expected, but it left him with questions and plans for a return.
The Green Eagles rallied from an early three-run deficit to take the lead, but the Ramblers took advantage of some costly mistakes to advance to the state tournament.
The Spartans have won six straight and allowed just two runs in four previous playoff games headed into their state quarterfinal game against Cedarburg Thursday.
Sports reporter Jamey Malcomb and his wife answer an unexpected question at the Dreamland Supper Club in South Range.
The Green Eagles scored 12 runs in the first two innings to advance to the sectional semifinal Tuesday.
Teams from Northwood/Solon Springs to Silver Bay are competing — and succeeding — with no formal practice facility.
Winners of seven straight games, the Spartans’ bats are “coming alive” just in time for the postseason, according to coach Ryan Hendry.
Sports reporter Jamey Malcomb starts his summer tour of Wisconsin supper clubs at the foot of the Blatnik Bridge.
Spartan pitcher Haley Zembo recorded her second no-hitter in as many weeks and struck out 16 batters in the process.
The Rails’ new coach played for Superior and was an assistant for the Spartans as well as at Vermilion Community College and St. Scholastica.