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.

Please email Brad with any questions, comments or story ideas, or click here to visit him on Facebook.

Interact With Brad

Brad's Latest Stories

Griz football

Griz win conference opener 38-13 over Bears

The Montana Grizzlies beat Northern Colorado 38-13 Saturday afternoon to open conference play 1-0 in the Big Sky.

Joe Glenn

Griz spoil Glenn's return under the lights

The Montana Grizzly football team beat South Dakota 28-20 in front of a new stadium record 26,303 fans Saturday night inside Washington-Grizzly Stadium.

travon van

Griz crush Wildcats 48-14 in home opener

The Montana Grizzly football team won its home opener in dominating fashion, beating Central Washington 48-14 Saturday afternoon inside Washington-Grizzly Stadium.

griz football

Griz fall in season opener

The Montana Grizzly football team fell to Wyoming 17-12 in Saturday's season opener in Laramie, Wyoming.

Griz linebackers

Griz linebackers ready to prove they belong

The Griz defense will have a brand new look with its linebacking corps after losing several key players including Brock Coyle and Jordan Tripp.

HSFB Loyola

Rams hunting for third straight state title

For the past two seasons the Loyola Rams have become a dominant force on the class 'B' gridiron. Not only have the Rams won back-to-back state titles, they've also had back-to-back undefeated seasons.

sentinel football

Spartans aiming for return trip to postseason

On the gridiron the Sentinel Spartans are working hard to build off last season's success. Last fall the Spartans made the playoffs for the first time in four years and now they are looking to get back to the postseason and make a run at a state title.

Griz def

Griz defense controls second fall scrimmage

The start of a new season of college football is less than two weeks away, and in the Big Sky Conference teams are putting in their final practices in preparation for week one.

big sky eagles

Eagles pick up where they left off

Friday was an exciting day for local high school football teams as the first official practices started up.  One of those teams who got things underway with the first of their two-a-day practices was Missoula Big Sky.

jesse sims

Bitterroot's Jesse Sims turning heads on the gridiron

At 6-foot-4, 230 pounds, Jesse Sims is not your typical high school senior. He has already received multiple D-1 offers to play college football, and he knows his final year of high school is going to be as important as ever.