Kane O'Neill

KTVM Sports

POSTED: 9:42 AM Jun 07 2013   UPDATED: 1:26 PM May 14 2014

Kane O’Neill joins NBC Montana as the Sports Anchor at KTVM.  Kane was born and raised in Windsor, Vermont. He attended Windsor High school, playing baseball, basketball and soccer for four years there.

Kane attended Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont. He received the Undergraduate Award in Broadcast and Streaming Media twice and the award for Outstanding Senior in Broadcast and Streaming Media. He also received the 2012 Vermont Association of Broadcasters Award.

While in college Kane studied abroad in Dublin, Ireland, and enjoyed traveling to Rome, Paris and London.

When he’s not working you can find Kane at the gym, outside playing some type of athletics or spending time with friends. His favorite sports are baseball and football and he’s an all-around New England fan (Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics and Bruins!)

Please email Kane with any questions, comments or story ideas. You can also find him on Twitter.

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Montana's West team gathers at Montana Tech as they prepare for the 68th annual Montana East-West Shrine game

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Belgrade's Prete connects with kids across Gallatin Valley

On the baseball diamond, Shannon Prete is known around the Gallatin Valley for his work with athletics and connection with kids on the teams.

Deonte Flowers

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Doug Gottlieb

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CBS Sports analyst Doug Gottlieb came to Bozeman on Tuesday to speak to kids at Montana State's basketball camp

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Bucks honor fallen Sgt. Cody Legg at Superman Classic

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Montana State's Shawn Johnson earns preseason All-American honors

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Bozeman wrestling

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Aaron Brooks

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Dalton Daum

Bulldog Sweep: Daum named Gatorade boys track athlete of the year

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Erika McLeod

Butte's McLeod named Gatorade girls track athlete of the year

Butte High's Erika McLeod capped off her senior year with Montana's Gatorade girls track athlete of the year award