Brad Peers

KECI Sports

POSTED: 12:25 PM Jun 13 2012   UPDATED: 1:02 PM May 14 2014

Brad Peers is a Missoula native who started reporting for KECI in February, 2012.

Brad was born and raised in Missoula. He attended Big Sky High School and graduated from the University of Montana with a Bachelor's degree in journalism.

When he's not reporting on local news and sports, Brad likes to spend time with friends, and he also enjoys hunting. Brad's favorite sport is football and his favorite football team is the Minnesota Vikings.

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Zootown regional softball champs

Zootown advances to Senior League World Series

Tuesday night the Senior League Western Regional Softball Tournament wrapped up play with host team Missoula taking first place.

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West all-stars shine in Shrine Game

Saturday night in Laurel one final high school all-star game took place with the 68th annual Montana East-West Shrine Game being played.

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Matthew Adams shatters Missoula Marathon record

It was the biggest running weekend of the summer in Missoula as racers from all over the world gathered in the Garden City to compete in the 2014 Missoula Marathon.

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Documentary follows Blair's second chance at professional hoops

At 36 years old, Shad Blair is not your typical basketball player. Blair is attempting to become a professional athlete overseas and his story sparked the interest of documentary film maker Devon Riter out of Bozeman.

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Local athletes learn combine skills from NFL Pros

When it comes to the gridiron, young athletes almost always start with the dream of one day playing in the NFL. Two of last year's Griz linebackers reached that goal this year and the Montana natives are eager to pass on their knowledge of the game to the next generation of NFL hopefuls in the treasure state.

Missoula Prospects 2

Prospects offer new opportunities to local baseball players

For most local athletes in Montana, Legion baseball programs are the only way to improve and pursue playing on the diamond at the next level. However, in Missoula a new non-Legion program is in town to help players get noticed.

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Howard Grotts defends title at Missoula XC

Saturday afternoon at Marshall Mountain the best of the best mountain bike racers competed in the fourth annual Missoula XC.

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New look Knights ready to battle on gridiron

High school football teams are less than two months away from two-a-days, but for the Hellgate Knights that is not soon enough. They have already held voluntary practices in the month of June.

World Cup

World Cup brings UM exchange students together

University of Montana students from all over the world gathered together to watch World Cup soccer action Tuesday afternoon at the International House on the UM Campus in Missoula.

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2014 Osprey arrive in Missoula

The Missoula Osprey begin a new minor league season in just two days, and the O's are now one step closer to being ready for their season opener at Helena.