I’ve had my share of excitement and close calls covering both news & sports for FOX40 since 2003. Probably the most thrilling was covering the San Francisco Giants World Series run back in October 2010 and being in the clubhouse for the champagne celebration. By the way, that stuff really does sting when you get it in your eyes!

While I’ve spent the majority of my two decades in TV covering sports, it’s my transition to reporting and anchoring everyday news that I’m most proud of.

In fact, because of the relationship I have established with Sacramento’s Animal Shelter and all the stories I’ve done, I am known as the best Sports/Animal reporter this business has ever seen. My only question; is there any other Sports/Animal reporters even out there…anywhere?

My job has allowed me to be involved and to completely jump into a passion of mine…the sports world. But yet, when I leave FOX40 for my weekend, the games, the highlights, the personalities are left behind as well. I’m proud that this business doesn’t run my life.

I love living in this part of the country and enjoy an amazing relationship with a woman who shares many of the same dreams & desires that I do. I’ve got two daughters, a step-daughter and step-son. It makes for a lot of crazy, fun & incredible moments and I’m thrilled to be a part of it all.

Recent Articles
  • Deegan seems destined for racing stardom

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — The last two years have certainly been rewarding and special for driver Hailie Deegan. “She’s a female driver that can get it done,” team owner Bill McAnally said. Deegan, 18, has been winning races and challenging for the K&N Pro Series championship in Nascar’s minor leagues, which has put her on Nascar’s fast-track to race in one of the sport’s national series sooner rather than later. “There’s a chance that she could make her way through […]

  • Routine procedure caused local coach to lose both legs, left hand and fingers — but not his positivity

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — A local high school football coach went in for what he says was a routine medical procedure and nearly lost his life. Life is a lot different these days for 49-year-old Casey Cagle. “I’m vulnerable for the first time in my life,” the Bradshaw Christian assistant football coach said. “I walked into that hospital at 6-foot-5-and-a-half, you know, 261 pounds. I came out at 4-foot-6 and 191 pounds. You realize at that point how fast things […]

  • Kings Win Preseason Home Opener

    SACRAMENTO — The Sacramento Kings won Thursday night in their preseason home opener. Preseason games usually get a bad rap, but everyone in the building went with a purpose. “I’ve been going against my teammates for a while now, so it’s just good to go up against some other competition,” Kings’ guard Yogi Ferrell told FOX40.

  • Roseville Business Brings Back Auto Shop for Local Students

    ROSEVILLE — A revitalized auto shop program is underway in Roseville with the help of an established auto care business. Juniors and seniors in the Roseville Joint Union High School District, as well as those enrolled in Roseville’s adult school, are learning the basics of automotive care through the inaugural auto shop program held in conjunction with BMR Napa AutoCare. “It’s neat to see the kids and the excitement on turning wrenches and being part of this,” said Bill McAnally, […]

  • Oakland A’s Play in Wild Card Game

    OAKLAND — Wednesday was the first time the Oakland A’s hosted the American League Wild Card Game. The game against the Tampa Bay Rays will determine who makes it to the American League division series against the Houston Astros.

  • ‘It Was Beautiful’: Blind Teen Scores His First Touchdown

    MODESTO — At 13 years old, Jasen Bracy Jr. isn’t afraid of much, let alone playing football with his teammates. “Any hit is a blindside hit to him, you know what I mean,” said Jasen’s father. Jasen is completely blind as a result of retinal cancer at the age of 7. While his sight was taken away, his love and desire to play football only grew. “So, I called five different teams and all five said I can’t play,” he […]

  • Rocklin Teen Returns to Football Months after Devastating Injury

    ROCKLIN — It’s a foregone conclusion that football players play with pain — but last September, Whitney High school’s Noah Lease-Kennedy took a hit to his mid-section he couldn’t shake it off. “I went to the bench and I was trying to regain my breath so I could go back in,” he said. “And then I realized that this wasn’t normal.” The on-site paramedics felt it wasn’t normal either, and took him by ambulance to the hospital where doctors discovered […]

  • Sacramento County Sheriff’s Program Bridges Gap Between Law Enforcement and Today’s Youth

    SACRAMENTO —  The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office is bridging the gap between law enforcement and today’s youth with football. “For me, growing up, football was one of the tools to help keep me out of trouble,” Deputy Cody Cotten told FOX40. Cotten is one of the founders of the “Friday Night Lights” program. In its second season, Cotten and other deputies visit a different high school each week. Cotten said the Thursday dinner they host with players and coaches also […]

  • Wally Westlake, Sacramentan who Played During Baseball’s Golden Age, Dies at 98

    SACRAMENTO — The region lost a piece of baseball history last week. Sacramento’s Wally Westlake, who played Major League Baseball alongside such names as Jackie Robinson, Ted Williams and Stan Musial, died at the age of 98. “He had such fond memories,” Westlake’s son, Wally Westlake Jr., told FOX40. “He met a lot of great ballplayers and a lot of characters.” Westlake, who attended Christian Brothers High School, played in the major leagues in the ’40s and ’50s. Westlake and […]

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