I grew up right here in Lubbock and graduated from Frenship High School in 2012. Right after high school, I started at South Plains College where I majored in Sports Broadcasting. During my time at SPC, I had a chance to cover all different types of sports. I was able to work for Fox Sports Southwest when they would come to broadcast the Texas Tech games. I also helped do commentary for Texan radio for the men's and women's basketball games. During my third semester at South Plains, I applied for a job here at KCBD as a Photojournalist. I was blessed to be able to get a job that I always wanted by the age of 19. For the past year and eight months, I worked with the best crew of photographers and reporters in Lubbock, and it was truly the best job I've ever had! Now I'm a senior at Texas Tech University working on my degree in Electronic Media Communications, working my dream job. It's been a dream of mine to work for News Channel 11 and be a Sportscaster since I was 4 years old. I've grown up loving sports and the stories that come with sports. So I can't wait to tell stories about how sports have made a positive impact on people's lives in the Lubbock area, and I would love to tell everyone's sports story. If you have any ideas, email me at email@example.com
According to the website for Patrick Mahomes' charity organization, 15 and the Mahomies,, 15 kids from the Lubbock Boys & Girls Club, as well as their families will be able to enjoy the rest of the Texas Tech home football games.
After the Big 12 fined Texas Tech Athletics Director Kirby Hocutt for his statement on the incorrect call on the “illegal snap” against Baylor, Red Raider legend Brandon Carter took to social media to back his Athletic Director and the University he loves.
No. 5 Estacado, No. 6 Lubbock Cooper, No. 7 Abernathy, No. 6 New Deal, No. 10 Post, and No. 10 Ralls all made Dave Campbell's Texas Football 11-man high school football rankings, with 11 schools total making the top 25.
Head coach Marlene Stollings and the Lady Raider basketball team held their first official practice of the year Thursday afternoon. Season two of the Stollings era will tip-off on November 14 at home against Sam Houston State.
The Red Raiders are coming off a rough outing in their Big 12 opener against Oklahoma, where the Sooners dominated Texas Tech, 55-16. And, today at the weekly press conference, head coach Matt Wells took accountability for the loss.
We all know the saying, “High school football is bigger in the State of Texas.”Fieldlevel.com lists 790 high school football teams in the state of Texas, so when the rankings come out and your team is ranked – it’s a big deal.
For the first time ever, the Red Raiders will make a trip to Waco to play at McLane Stadium. On Monday morning, the Big 12 Conference announced that the Red Raiders game against Baylor will kick off at 3 p.m.