Ronald Clark joined KCBD NewsChannel 11 as a Sports Reporter/MMJ in March of 2020.
He grew up in Inglewood, California where his passion for sports and storytelling launched him into his future career. He graduated from the University of Oregon with his bachelor’s degree in journalism in 2010.
Since graduating, Ronald worked for the Bend Bulletin newspaper as a prep sports assistant, then climbed the ladder at KEZI 9 News in Eugene, OR over the span of four years. He was initially brought in as a weekend editor, before spending a year producing the weekday morning news show, then three years as a sports producer/MMJ.
In his free time, Ronald loves to play basketball, watch movies, sports, and hang out with friends. He’s excited to cover some of the best prep athletes in the country, and help tell their stories.
If you have a sports story idea, you can send him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ropes High School football team returned to the field Monday afternoon for their first practice since the Coronavirus shutdown. From coaches to players, the consensus was everyone was proud to be back.
With the reopening of the state, Hub City Clays said they were proud to be the outlet a lot of people needed after the stay at home order expired. But they still encouraged all participants to stay safe during these times.
States around the country, including Texas began to loosen stay at home orders at the beginning of May, as they begin to slowly transition back to normalcy in phases. The NCAA did the same releasing an official decision to let athletes return to schools for workouts on June 1st.
Moretti tweeted on March 21st, that he was with his family in their home and “Waiting for better times to come.” This past season for the Red Raiders, he earned an All-Big 12 honorable mention, averaging 13 points a game and recording a team high 67 three pointers.
Hundreds of track athletes had their dreams of competing on the highest level of prep sports come to an end with the spread of the coronavirus, but with the season currently being postponed, there is still hope that some part of the season can be saved.
With the shut down of "non essential" businesses throughout the South Plains, hundreds of local store owners have had to close their doors. Leaving owners like Mike Diaz of Sunken City Ink Tattoo Shop wondering when they'll be able to open them again.