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Adam Ostrow

Adam Ostrow joined the Newschannel 6 team in October of 2009.

Since joining Newschannel 6, Adam has been looking out for Texoma on and off the field.

He has reported live from MSU Basketball's Elite 8 trips to Springfield, Massachusetts and Highland Heights, Kentucky, and from multiple high school playoff games.

He also traveled to the Metroplex to cover MSU's games at Cowboys Stadium, and to bring the sights and sounds of the Super Bowl and World Series back to Texoma.

On his way to the Super Bowl, he also stopped in Graham to send back live reports on the 2010 February Freeze, and when Christmas Blizzard '09 struck, he was camped out at the station, manning the phones and venturing out into the snow and ice to bring Texoma's storm stories to you.

Adam started reporting sports while still a student at Arizona State University.

He covered ASU in four Pac-10 basketball tournaments, football games at the Rose Bowl and L.A. Coliseum, and even at the 2007 Holiday Bowl against the Texas Longhorns, his introduction to Texas football.

Adam lives in Wichita Falls with his wife, Jenna.

If you have a story idea for Adam, email him at AOstrow@KAUZ.com.

To report scores, email him at Sports@KAUZ.com or call the newsroom at 322-1146.

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