Kaitlyn Parohinog
Kaitlyn Parohinog KATE-lin per-oh-HEE-nog (she/her/hers)
Sports Reporter, Phoenix

Kaitlyn Parohinog expects to graduate in December 2023 with a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism. Parohinog is assigned to Cronkite Sports and has previously interned for Take It Easley Productions.

Latest from Kaitlyn Parohinog

Giants twins Taylor and Tyler Rogers make historic pairing in bullpen

SCOTTSDALE – With Taylor Rogers signing a three-year contract with the San Francisco Giants, fans will be doing double takes all season long. Identical twins Taylor and Tyler Rogers are looking to provide solid innings out of the Giants bullpen while making MLB history.

Taylor Rogers hopes to regain his 2021 form in his first season with the San Francisco Giants. (Photo by Kaitlyn Parohinog/Cronkite News)

Rip Valley sports collectible shop aims to combine sports cards and culture

PHOENIX – Rip Valley, a sports card and collectibles shop on Roosevelt Row in the downtown Phoenix Arts District, aims to provide customers with a unique experience that combines sports culture and collecting.

Brandon Dixon, left, and Krystal Dixon, right, make a sale at the new Rip Valley on Roosevelt Row. (Photo by Kaitlyn Parohinog/Cronkite News)

A taste of Philly: Where Eagles fans can find cheesesteaks, water ice and watch Super Bowl 57

PHOENIX – As the big game approaches, the best of Philly food can be found at multiple restaurants throughout the Valley. Some restaurants are going all out to avoid running out of ingredients while also preparing to create a comfortable viewing experience on Sunday.

Philly's Sports Grill in Tempe offers additional outdoor seating for customers watching Eagles games during the season. For Super Bowl 57, the Eagles-themed restaurant is planning special events leading up to Sunday. (Photo by Kaitlyn Parohinog/Cronkite News)