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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Anson's experience will be the key for success in 2015

After missing the postseason by just one touchdown a year ago, Anson is hungry for redemption. The Tigers return 13 starters, and that experience will be key in 2015.

Hamlin looks to Wagner brothers to fill key holes for Pipers

After a Regional Quarterfinal appearance in 2014, Hamlin has a ton of holes to fill this fall.

Bird takes over at Bangs and makes defense the focus

The Jim Bird era has officially begun at Bangs. Bird replaces Chuck Lipsey, who left to take over as head coach at Brady, and the Dragons are embracing their new head man with open arms.

Experienced Bluecats determined to claw their way to success

Coleman is coming off one of their best seasons in school history. They rolled through District 3-3A DII to take home the crown, but fell in the Area round. This year, though, they're poised for an even deeper run.

Top-ranked Cisco & Eastland head into camp with very different focuses

In District 2-3A Division II, you know our two Big Country teams will always represent. This year Cisco is ranked fifth and Eastland sixth, but as two-a-days continue each team's focus is much different.

Hawley determined to make 2015 a historic one

The Hawley Bearcats are determined to build off their past two season that saw them go the furthest they've ever been in the postseason in school history.

Stamford looking at experienced skill players to lead Bulldogs in 2015

The Stamford Bulldogs are coming off what they call a disappointing 2014.

New era starts at Jim Ned under first-year head coach Jerod Womack

Jim Ned has some big history when it comes to football. The most well known of course being Colt McCoy's state finalist season in 2003 before he took his talents to Austin. The recent history, however, has been one Tuscola would like to move past, and a new era of Indian football began on Monday.

Ward gives Wylie good experience at quarterback position

Wylie hit the field Monday morning at Bulldogs Stadium hungrier than ever. After winning the district crown a year ago, being picked to finish second in the District 3-4A DI gives them a little extra fuel heading into 2015.

Coogs QB battle continues into fall camp (1)

Coogs QB battle continues into fall camp

Cooper is less than two weeks away from the start of 2-a-days, and the Coogs are determined to be better than their 4-7 record from a year ago.

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Killam named Abilene High starting quarterback

Two-a-days kick off in two weeks for Abilene High. As the Eagles get set to head into fall camp, head coach Del Van Cox has named junior Peyton Killam their starting quarterback.

Wylie Football 2014

Wylie opens season against six playoff teams to prepare them for district play

The Wylie Bulldogs are in for another tough year with arguably one of the hardest schedule's in the state of Texas.




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