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Jonathan Huskey is an American journalist who joined the News On 6 Sports’ team in September of 2016, coming from KSPR in Springfield, Mo., where he was the weekend anchor.

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Jonathan Huskey Biography

Jonathan Huskey is an American journalist who joined the News On 6 Sports’ team in September of 2016, coming from KSPR in Springfield, Mo., where he was the weekend anchor. He is now working with the News 9 sports team.

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Jonathan Huskey Career

With nearly a decade in local sports television, Jonathan has seen it all; high school state championships in four different states, following the Arkansas Razorbacks to the 2012 College World Series, the Masters Tournament, and the 2014 BCS National Championship game between Florida State and Auburn.

Jonathan has also spent time as a sports director in Columbus, Ga., and has worked in Fort Smith, Ark., and Jackson, Tenn. He is a 2008 graduate of Union University in Jackson, Tenn.

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Jonathan married his hometown sweetheart in 2015. When he’s not working, he loves to spend time with his wife and their dachshund mix, Duncan. You can usually find them outside exploring the Mingo Trail, lifting weights at the gym or watching the St. Louis Cardinals.

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Jonathan Huskey Tahlequah Woman Donates Kidney To Former TU Coach

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Last week was the one-year anniversary of one incredibly selfless act in the college basketball world. It’s been a year since Tahlequah’s Ericka Downey donated her kidney to Billy Gillispie, a man she had never met.

Now, she may be down a kidney, but she’s added a family member.

“I feel great. Really, I can’t tell a difference at all from before surgery to now,” said Ericka Downey.

“It’s been a whirlwind of a year, but you wouldn’t know to look back that we weren’t close before. We spent Christmas in Texas with him and his sisters,” she said.

Downey and Gillispie met in person for the first time at 2018 Final Four.

“I really didn’t know what to expect. There weren’t really any expectations other than just getting to say hello to a person that I had committed to,” Downey said.

“It was definitely an emotional experience, just to pull it all together and see the story unfold to that point.”

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The surgery went as well as could be, and Downey was quickly back to everyday life. She leaned on her family when needed, and they quickly adjusted as well.

“I don’t think my kids really even talk about it anymore. It’s just kind of been like, ‘Oh, Mom did this,'” Downey said.

“My husband’s been an incredible support. He tied my shoes when I couldn’t. He’s really been there through it all.”

And Gillispie is doing just as well.

“His labs are completely normal; mine are completely normal. He played in the junior college national championship game this year. He was named the Junior College National Coach of the Year.

“We’re flourishing, and that’s really all I could ask,” she said.

Jonathan Huskey Tulsa Drillers Start Season As Defending Texas League Champs

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For the first time since 1999, the Tulsa Drillers are opening the season as defending Texas League champions. They were to kick the season off with a championship parade down Greenwood, onto Archer to at the oil derrick entrance to the stadium.

As is the case in minor league baseball, the Drillers’ roster was just finalized earlier this week. Fans will meet the team as they’re announced one-by-one, then right before first pitch, the Texas League Championship banner will be unveiled.

That’s a moment Manager Scott Hennessey has been looking forward to.

“It is special,” he said. “We can reminisce one more time from last year’s team and hand out the rings in front of all the great fans that we have – then put it to bed, and it’s on to 2019.”

The team, at least to start the year, will look pretty familiar. Eighteen players on the opening day roster saw time in Tulsa last year.

Eleven of those 18 are on the pitching staff, including Mitchell White and opening day starter Dustin May. May threw so well in spring training, Hennessey said he was surprised he was here and not in Triple-A.

Outfielder D.J. Peters is back too and is a big fan of the club’s makeup. Former OU quarterback Cody Thomas joins the 2019 Drillers as an outfielder. It isn’t the first time he’s played at ONEOK Field. Thomas helped lead the Sooners to a Bedlam win in his last visit in 2016.

There will also be a familiar face in the Arkansas dugout this weekend. Former OSU and Bishop Kelley standout Donnie Walton is back for his second season with the Travelers. Walton hit 236, with a home run and 22 RBIs in 62 games with the Travis.

The festivities last all weekend. Players get their rings Friday night, and it’s fireworks night at the ol’ ballpark.

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