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 latest from John Hygh
No. 2 seed Texas looks to advance to Sweet 16 for first time in 15 years
Texas and Penn State are scheduled to tip-off around 6:45 p.m. Saturday, March 18.
Ann Richards School girls soccer team top contender for Texas 5A playoffs
The Stars are the state's six-ranked team in Class 5A. The team won their first district title after going 15-1 in league play, and outscoring their opponents 84 to 3, which included 15 straight shutouts.
Pro women's tennis tournament, ATX Open, comes to Austin
Austin is hosting its first ever Women's Tennis Association tournament this week at the Westwood Country Club.
Stony Point boys basketball team looks forward to playoffs after 28-1 season
The Tigers have won a lot this season. They are 28-1 overall, 13-0 in district and are the state's fourth ranked team in Class 6A.
Former Longhorn standout to coach flag football team at NFL Pro Bowl tournament
A former Longhorn standout will be coaching a flag football team at this weekend's NFL Pro Bowl festivities.
Texas Longhorns favored to win Alamo Bowl against Washington Huskies
The Alamo Bowl is set for Thursday, Dec. 29 at 8 p.m. against the Texas Longhorns and the Washington Huskies.
Vandegrift Vipers earn silver in first-ever state championship appearance
The Vipers, who were 14-2 overall and 7-0 in district play, lost to the DeSoto Eagles 42-17 in the Class 6A Division 2 state final.
Texas men's basketball associate coach Rodney Terry is now acting head coach
Texas men's basketball associate coach Rodney Terry is now the acting head coach for the Longhorns following Chris Beard's suspension.
Austin FC II announced as Austin FC's MLS NEXT Pro Team
Austin FC II was announced as Austin FC's MLS NEXT Pro Team.
Texas men's basketball coach Chris Beard suspended without pay after arrest for alleged assault
Texas men's basketball head coach Chris Beard was suspended without pay until further notice, the university said, following his recent arrest for assault.