Weekend sports anchor and reporter John Hygh has been on the FOX 7 Sports Team since 2006.
An Austin native, John attended high school at Western Hills in Ft. Worth and graduated from Southwest Texas State University with a Mass Communication - Broadcasting degree. Prior to working at FOX 7, John worked at KAMR in Amarillo as well as KVUE and Austin’s local cable news channel.
John enjoys spending time with his daughter Kennedy and son John III. On his free days, you might find John playing golf at various courses around the Austin, dining at the Oasis and if you are especially lucky, you could catch him walking on his hands or singing along to a song while hitting some REALLY high notes.
Jaguar supporters felt the game wasn't called fairly so Austin LBJ and the local chapter of the NAACP filed a complaint with the UIL and the Texas Association of Sports.
It was a special moment for Vandegrift High School senior Tommy Hartman in the football team's game against the Hutto Hippos.
Shaka Smart has signed a four-man class that Rivals ranks 16th in the nation and it's more positive momentum for the team that takes a top 20 ranking into the season.
Javier Zuniga says he's always had a passion for two wheels and now he's getting paid to do the sport he loves.
FOX 7 Austin's John Hygh talks to Barron about some of the reasons why he chose to decommit and what he's planning to do.
Men's and women's tennis, men's and women's golf and men's soccer will be cut, and cheer will be transitioning to a club team.
Cameron McEwan is one of the nation's top hockey talents. He says that about halfway through this season he started getting calls from National Hockey League (NHL) scouts.
The Special Olympics Texas Summer Games were supposed to start at the end of April in San Antonio and each year they bring excitement, joy, and satisfaction to all those involved.
Usually the Dell Diamond is packed at this time of year but with the season postponed you won't be seeing any fans in the seats or lines at the concession stands.
It seems that the move has been better than good for the Timberwolves who are now the state's second-ranked Class 5A team.