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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Hawley Bearcats Football

Hawley's flirting with history

After taking home the Bi-Distrcit crown, the Hawley Bearcats are looking to make history.


Wylie's building off regular season momentum

Defense - that's been the backbone of the Bulldogs so far this season, especially since the start of district play. Wylie has allowed just three touchdowns in their last five games en route to a bi-district crown.

Abilene eagles

Abilene High prepares for Wolfforth Frenship

Hard work pays off. That's something the Abilene High Eagles know extremely well. After missing the playoffs a year ago, they were determined to get back and last week they kicked off the postseason with a bang. The War Birds downed Arlington Lamar 31-13 to take home the bi-distrcit crown.

Cooper Baseball Signing

Coogs duo signs to play college baseball

Tuesday morning the Cooper pitching duo of Jonathan Nicholson and David Ruot signed their national letters of intent to play college baseball.


Childress sparks Eagles ground game

Abilene High gets set set for their area round playoff game Friday night. The Eagles will be making the trip up to Lubbock to take on Wolfforth Frenship.

Wylie Bi District

Wylie takes home 13th-straight Bi-District title

It's about playing well at the right time of the year and you can definitely say that about the Wylie Bulldogs. They won their 13th-straight Bi-District title on Thursday night.

Discus ACU Signing

State champion discus thrower signs with ACU

The early signing period opened for high school athletes this past Wednesday and Monday morning Hawley's Whitney Kitchen made her commitment official. The Bearcat senior will suit up for Abilene Christian next year for track and field.

Hayden Farquhar

ACU adds Throckmorton's Farquhar on the hardwood

Throckmorton's Hayden Farquhar signed his national letter of intent to play basketball at ACU on Wednesday afternoon.

Sign day

Four Eagles sign to play collegiate baseball

Wednesday afternoon was a big one for a handful of high school athletes around the Big Country. Four of them came from Abilene High and have signed to play collegiate baseball.


ACU football closes their 2014 season Saturday at Stephen F. Austin

Abilene christian will close out their first season of Southland Conference competition this Saturday as the Wildcats make the trip out East to Stephen F. Austin.

Abilene High

Eagles open postseason at Shotwell Stadium Friday

It's win or go home. After missing the postseason for the first time in 14 years last season, the eagles are back and will take on Arlington Lamar. Even sweeter for Abilene High is they get to do on their home turf at Shotwell Stadium.


Coogs pick up first road win heading into Bi-District

The high school football postseason kicks off this week and Cooper takes the field on Friday night in Lubbock against Canyon Randall.




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