Jason Lewis

Sports Director

POSTED: 12:18 PM Apr 14 2014   UPDATED: 11:40 AM Aug 13 2014

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KTXS Interim Sports Director Jason Lewis

Jason Lewis is Sports Director for KTXS. New Jersey born and raised, Jason is excited to continue his career in the Big Country.

Jason previously worked as a freelance sports reporter and producer for News 12 The Bronx/Brooklyn and News 12 New Jersey for two and a half years. While working for News 12, he was lucky enough to cover Super Bowl XLVIII, two Yankees postseason runs, and the Nets move to Brooklyn. His most memorable moment, however, was being present for LIU-Brooklyn's Jason Brickman becoming the fourth player in NCAA basketball history to record 1,000 career assists.

In May of 2011, Jason graduated from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications at Arizona State University. While at ASU, he was a sports reporter for Cronkite NewsWatch. Meanwhile, he also gained valuable experience at his internships with KPNX, 3TV and CBS News New York. Jason bleeds maroon and gold, and loves to cheer on his Sun Devils!

When he's not out covering our local teams, you can find Jason in the gym, spending time with friends, or throwing around a lacrosse ball. A true lacrosse fanatic, he played in high school, college, and still plays for a men's team. Aside from his Sun Devils, Jason is a huge fan of the Baltimore Ravens, New York Yankees, and Brooklyn Nets.

If you have a story idea, or just want to chat about sports, feel free to email Jason at jlewis@ktxs.com!

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Cross Plains wins Lone Star Cup, four others place top 10 (1)

Cross Plains wins Lone Star Cup, four others place Top 10

The UIL announced this year's Lon Star Cup winners Wednesday afternoon.

Four teams picked to make playoffs in class 3A D1 (1)

Four teams picked to make playoffs in Class 3A Division I

There are just 57 days until kickoff of the 2015 high school football season. In Class 3A Division I, four teams from the big country have been picked to make the playoffs.

Early football

Hawthorne reassigned, Sandford named new head football coach at Early

Tuesday afternoon Early named their new head football coach and athletic director after Kent Hawthorne was reassigned.

Mustangs picked to repeat as District 2-4A DII champs

Coming off a perfect regular season a year ago, the Sweetwater Mustangs are again the favorites to take home the District 2-4A Division II crown.

crosstown 7v7

Pools & schedule released for State 7on7 Tournament

The State 7on7 Tournament is just a week away, and Monday night the Pools and schedule were released.

Wylie Football 2014

Bulldogs, Lions picked to make playoffs in District 3-4A DI

Wylie and Brownwood are among teams picked to finish in make the playoffs in District 3-4A Division I by Dave Campbell's.

cooper spring football

Coogs picked to finish second in District 4-5A

The Cooper Cougars are in a great position to make some waves in 2015. Although the Coogs are picked to finish second by Dave Campbell's, expect another close district race this season.

ACU baseball prospect camp

Local colleges benefit from ACU baseball prospect camp

The college baseball season is coming to a close, so for Abilene Christian that means recruiting is in full swing as they look to get some early commits from the class of 2016.

AHS football

Eagles selected to finish third in district standings

We're officially 40 days away from the start of two-a-days, and the Abilene High Eagles have a tough test trying to come out strong after losing 31 players to graduation.

Jeret Smith

From Abilene High to the NFL: Jeret Smith

The last time a McMurry War Hawk football player made an NFL 53-man roster was 1963. Jeret Smith got one step closer to ending that 52 year drought on Friday afternoon as he signed with the Kansas City Chiefs.

Colt McCoy

McCoy's confident heading into training camp

Jim Ned grad Colt McCoy was in Abilene on Monday for his football camp. Coming off a good spring, McCoy is just over three weeks away from training camp determined to take over the redskins starting job.

football honorees

Six from Big Country earn Preseason All-State football honors

We're just 45 days away from the start of two-a-days, and Friday morning was the official release of Dave Campbell's Texas Football magazine. Six of our local athletes from the Big Country also received the highest of honors and were named Preseason All-State.



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