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.
The Manor Mustangs go into the state meet with the second-fastest time and are hoping to bring home gold in the 4x100 for the first time in nearly 30 years.
The Westlake boys basketball team is back in the state tournament for the second straight year and shooting for its first state title.
The day after a big win for the Bobcats, senior guard Shelby Adams somehow found the time to tie the knot.
24th ranked Rouse faced off against Buda Johnson in the first round of the playoffs and the offenses struggled early.
The 16th ranked Texas Longhorns beat the Oklahoma Sooners on February 12 and it had to be even more special of a win for senior Audrey Warren.
Texas State looked to extend its winning streak to five in a row as it took on Louisiana-Monroe in San Marcos.
The Longhorns got an early test in a rematch of last year's Final Four.
After being tied at halftime and then watching the Ragin Cajuns open the second half with a big run, the Bobcats mounted a nice comeback sparked by Pflugerville product Caleb Asberry.
After losing back-to-back Big 12 games, Vic Scahefer's 13th ranked Longhorns got back on track.
Longtime defensive coordinator Tony Salazar will be taking over from Todd Dodge who led the Chaparrals to a perfect season and the school's third-straight championship.