Jeremiah BoyceHello,

I’d like to introduce you to Jeremiah Boyce who lives in Bismarck, North Dakota. He’s passionate about sports and about spreading his love of sports to others. And he has a dream of becoming the pre-eminent sports reporter in his community.

Boyce was also born with cerebral palsy and uses a motorized wheelchair to get around. His speech is sometimes difficult to understand. But he’s not letting his physical condition stop him from reaching for his dreams.

That’s where you come in.

Jeremiah at Target FieldJeremiah writes an online sports blog called “JB’s Sports Corner.” His work can be seen on this site as well as KXMB sports, where is a contributing writing on occasion.

He would very much like to interview you by sending you a short list of questions for a sports story about you. If you could find a few minutes to respond to his questions, it would mean the world to Jeremiah. He’s a smart man with thoughtful questions. He’s hoping to sharpen his skills and tell some great stories about some fascinating sports figures like you.

You will find a short biography about Jeremiah below.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Jeremiah at Jeremiah is one of the most sincere and grateful people I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing. I hope you have the opportunity to meet him as well.


Scott Wild
Mission Vault Media
103 Cherokee Ave
Bismarck, North Dakota 58501
(701) 595-4642

Bio for Jeremiah Boyce

Jeremiah in Press Box(BISMARCK, N.D.) — Jeremiah Boyce is a passionate man. Not only is he passionate about sports, he’s passionate about spreading his love of sports to others. And he’s using that love and passion in his quest to become the pre- eminent sports reporter for his community in Bismarck, North Dakota.

Boyce spent his childhood years in West Lafayette, Indiana. He and his family moved to North Dakota when he was a teenager. There, he fell in love with a minor league hockey team – The Bismarck Bobcats – and began work selling programs for the team. He eventually became president of the Bobcats’ fan club, which he started.

That’s a tall order for Boyce, who uses a motorized wheelchair to get around and has faced several physical challenges over the years. Boyce has
cerebral palsy. But he hasn’t let his physical condition stop him from reaching for his dreams.

Jeremiah - Target FieldBoyce has written for the national publication “Junior A Hockey News,” he’s worked as a staff writer for the Bobcats and currently writes his own sports blog at the website

But above all, Jeremiah Boyce is a passionate man. He remembers the day he got the staff writer job with the Bobcats like this:

“I accepted the position and fell in love with it right away. It’s amazing what this city and team have done for me. I can’t tell you how emotional I get wearing a Bobcat uniform and seeing their logo across my chest.“

Jeremiah at Xcel Energy CenterAnd friends call him one of the most grateful people they’ve met. In Boyce’s words, “I truly don’t know what to say. Words don’t even describe how awesome it feels to be able to write what I feel.”

Boyce’s work can be seen at: as well as where he is a contributing writer on occasion.