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.
Estacado wideout TJ Steele grew up playing football with his six brothers and one sister. He says those family battles were the driving force that made him into the player he has become on the gridiron.
It’s been a long 25 years since the Klondike Cougars won the 1A Division 2 6-man Region 1 District 4 title. Chris and his brother Michael Arismendez were on the team back in 1995, and now they can share that honor with their sons.
Dating all the way back to the early 50′s, three generations of Kirkpatrick’s have played football for Texas Tech University. Lubbock Cooper senior safety, Jordan Kirkpatrick hopes to be the next one to suit up for the Red Rangers.
Like many of his teammates, the senior running back plays three sports at Anton High School. In the fall, he plays football, while in the winter he plays basketball, then in the spring he runs track and field.
Post Antelopes' offensive lineman, Chris Jackson is balancing a heavier workload than most student athletes in high school. Starting on the football team’s offensive line, working at Sonic Drive-In, and being a student.