Brad Peers

KECI Sports

POSTED: 12:25 PM Jun 13 2012   UPDATED: 3:55 PM Feb 27 2015

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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Missoula Mavs

Defending champ Mavericks squad ready for new season

The Missoula Mavericks 'AA' ball club has a very new look to it this year.  The Mavs only return two starters from a season ago but this year's team has already shown it can compete after starting the season 2-0.

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Mavericks open season with sweep of Great Falls

The American Legion baseball season gets underway for many teams this week but for the defending state champion 'AA' Mavericks from Missoula, the quest for a second straight state title already got going this past weekend.

Griz football

Griz ready for final spring scrimmage

Saturday afternoon the Griz football team will be in Helena for their third and final spring scrimmage, meaning Friday afternoon was their final practice of spring drills.

Florence softball

Florence Falcons aim to defend B-C softball title

For the past three years Florence has been the team to beat on the high school softball diamond, and the Falcons are getting ready to defend their state title for another consecutive year.

Maddy Shaide commits to MSU

Big Sky's Shaide commits to Montana State

This past weekend Big Sky senior Maddy Shaide verbally committed to play college basketball at Montana State University.

sentinel spftball

New look Spartans ready for softball season

After a disappointing 2014 season the Sentinel Spartans are ready to prove they can compete with any team they face.

Big Sky softball

Eagles set sights on state softball title

The Big Sky Eagles are gearing up for another season on the softball diamond, and with a roster that returns the majority of last year's team the squad is excited for the upcoming season.

Taylor Goligoski Hamilton basketball

Goligoski brings home another Gatorade honor

For the second time in three years, Taylor Goligoski has received Montana's highest individual basketball honor as the Gatorade Player of the Year.

Maddy Shaide Big Sky basketball

Shaide shines bright: Eagles senior leads way for Big Sky

Missoula Big Sky’s Damian Droessler has been coaching girls’ basketball for eight years now, but the Eagles head coach says senior Maddy Shaide is a special player.

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Griz start spring football drills

Monday marked the first official spring football practice for the Montana Grizzlies, and the Griz will look to build off last season's success.