Jason Lewis

Sports Director

POSTED: 12:18 PM Apr 14 2014   UPDATED: 11:40 AM Aug 13 2014
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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Abilene High Eagles Football

The Eagles have made 38 their magic number

Abilene High has rolled a turkey! No, we're not talking about bowling three strikes. We're talking about Eagles football.

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McMurry focused on starting conference play with a bang

The Lance Hinson era at McMurry started off with a bang. Not only did the War Hawks drop Division I Houston Baptist, but Hinson was also the first head coach to win in his first game at the helm since Joe Crousen in 2005; Something the four before him couldn't do.

Wylie Football 2014

Wylie not ready to hit the panic button

The fourth ranked Graham Steers came into town this past Friday and put a damper on Wylie's home opener beating the Bulldogs 18-7. For the second time this season, it was primarily due to their inability to protect the ball.

Just like their season opener against defending champion Argyle, the Bulldogs coughed up the ball five times. The wet weather may have been a part of it, but head coach Hugh Sandifer isn't using that as an excuse. He's also not ready to hit the panic button as Wylie has started three of their last five seasons at 1-2.

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KTXS Road Trip: Crosstown Showdown Preview

Join KTXS Sports Director Jason Lewis as he hits the road to get you set for the 54th Crosstown Showdown.

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ACU looks to pick up first win Saturday at Troy

It's been a rough start to the year for Abilene Christian football when looking at the wins column. This is the first time since 2002 in which the Wildcats started their season with back-to-back losses, but don't let that fool you.

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Wildcats focused on bouncing back against NAU

Abilene Christian football is in unfamiliar territory. The last time they dropped their season opener was back in 2007, but the heartbreaking loss to FBS Georgia State also brought some of good, especially with sophomore quarterback Parker McKenzie.

Abilene High Eagles Football

Abilene High builds momentum from season opening win

The Abilene High Eagles started of 2014 on the right foot. Last season is in the rear view mirror, and they'll to carry that momentum into Friday down at San Antonio Warren.

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Abilene High's Scott commits to ACU

Abilene High Senior Derek Scott has commited to play ball at Abilene Christian next year, but not on the football field.

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Wildcats kick off their season on national stage

If you can't wait for the high school season to get started on Thursday you're in luck! Abilene Christian will be in Peach Country on Wednesday night kicking off the college football season.

ACU volleyball

Bibler, Wildcats look to experience in 2014

This week doesn't only kick start the football season. Abilene Christian volleyball gets set to enter their second season in Division 1 as well.

Wylie Football 2014

Wylie looks for redemption Week One

The Wylie Bulldogs open against the same team as last year: Argyle. This season though, Wylie pays the defending state champs a visit for redemption.

Abilene High Football (Helmets with name)

Band of brothers bond after a rough year

Abilene High had a rough go last season, but it's also what they went through off the field that's made this team a band of brothers.



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