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.
Week 4 of FOX 7's Friday football playoffs.
A look the scores of high school football games around Central Texas for the week of September 20.
The Manor Mustangs have a future Longhorn, a Texas Tech commit and a current trend of making the playoffs.
Former Texas Longhorn and now New Orleans Saints defensive end Alex Okafor was back on his old stomping grounds in Pflugerville to give back to the community. He was in town to put on his second annual football camp for youngsters.
A baseball scholarship to play at the University of Texas or a pro career fresh out of high school? It's a choice Lake Travis High School standout Brett Baty will have to make but it looks like it'll be a win win no matter what Baty decides.
The last time we saw the University of Texas Longhorns football team, quarterback Sam Ehlinger was standing on a podium at the Superdome in New Orleans letting the world know that Texas was back!
University of Texas receiver John Burt is one of the fastest players on the team but when spring practices begin he'll be using his speed to help the Longhorns but just not on the football field.
Several area high school boys basketball teams are hoping to keep their seasons alive with the first round of playoffs starting.
Two of the most ravenous fan bases in the nation will watch their teams go head-to-head on New Year's Day at the 2019 Sugar Bowl in New Orleans.
The Hutto Hippos are heading into the season as a state ranked 5A program led by a UCLA bound quarterback.