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 email@example.com.
The Texas Tech men’s basketball team battled back after trailing by as much as 20 points against the number 17th-ranked Houston Cougars in the Dickies Arena. The Red Raiders were able to cut the lead to seven, but lost to Houston 64-53.
Chris Beard’s new and improved Texas Tech men’s basketball team was as good as advertised in their season opener against Northwestern State. The Red Raiders beat the Demons 101-58 in the United Supermarkets Arena.