Kate Rogerson joined the KEZI 9 News team as a sports anchor and reporter in August 2020.
Kate is a proud graduate of the University of Rhode Island. While in school, Kate completed internships at WLNE, an ABC-affiliate in Providence, and WFXT, a FOX-affiliate in Boston. She also spent her senior year as a digital reporter for GoRhody.com.
During her internships, Kate covered many stories, including Rhode Island high school football, the 2018 World Series at Fenway Park, the Boston Bruins' 2019 Stanley Cup playoff run, and provided ongoing coverage of the New England Patriots. Some of Kate's favorite broadcasting moments are from her experience covering the 2019 Atlantic 10 Men's Basketball Tournament in Brooklyn, New York.
Most recently, Kate completed an internship at ESPN's headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut, where she served as a production assistant. While at ESPN, Kate helped create and assemble content for SportsCenter's nightly programming.
Born and raised just outside of Boston, Massachusetts, Kate is excited to be living on a new coast. When she's not watching sports, she enjoys spending time outdoors, eating pizza, and roaming the aisles of her favorite stores.
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In the OSAA statewide preseason poll, West Albany was picked to finish 3rd in 5A.
Monroe looks to claim their fifth straight league title.
Former OSU, NFL coach Andrew McClave will leading the Raiders this fall.
Lebanon football went 1-5 during the shortened spring season.
Ryan Adams, a 24 year-old SHHS alum turned social studies teacher is taking over the future of Husky football.
The Warriors hopes to find success running a spread offense this fall.
The Cobras are out to prove themselves in 2A football.
The Beavers beat Idaho 2-1 on Friday night at Lorenz Field while the OSU men beat Denver 3-0.
It's all about playing with no regrets for South Albany's senior class.
Running back Gunner Yates will be leading the Devils through 2A play this fall.