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Matt Hamilton

I have been a life long sports fan, something I gained from my father who is a high school football and baseball coach.

I played sports in high school at McKinney High School class of 2006 before taking a baseball scholarship to play at Mary Hardin-Baylor. After my freshman year I transferred to WTAMU where I would join the baseball and major in Mass-communication Broadcasting before I graduated in May 2010 with my Bachelor of Science.

I started my career at another local TV station as a reporter where I worked for 15 months before leaving and coming to NewsChannel 10 to realize my dream and work as a sports anchor/reporter.

In my free time you can find me at home hanging out with my Boxer Tyson or somewhere playing softball or basketball, and I am huge Rangers, Mavericks, Stars and Cowboys fan.
I am the youngest of three boys and my parents names are Terry and David.
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