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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The Bozeman boys and girls soccer teams will hit the pitch tomorrow in Great Falls for their quarter-final match-ups against the Flathead Braves.

#1 Bobcats set sights on Cal Poly

After a wild weekend in the Big Sky, the Montana State Bobcats are now in sole possession of first place in the conference standings. But now they must square off against a red hot Cal Poly offense

Sean Dellwo

Belgrade hires Sean Dellwo as new wrestling coach

Belgrade High school has officially hired Bozeman assistant coach, Sean Dellwo, as their new head wrestling coach.

Bobcats pull out close win against Weber State, 23-13

Montana State's offense struggled, but their defense held strong, as the Bobcats defeat Weber State, 23-13.

Bobcats not taking Weber State match-up lightly

Despite an 0-6 record, MSU is not taking its next opponent, Weber State, for granted after two close Wildcat Big Sky losses.

Hannah Liss

Glacier captain Hannah Liss signs with Montana Tech

Montana Tech inks the first player of their 2015 volleyball class, signing Glacier captain Hannah Liss

Dakota Prukop

Prukop added to Walter Payton Award watch list

Montana State sophomore quarterback, Dakota Prukop, has been added to the Walter Payton Award watch list, an award given to the top offensive player in the FCS


Former Bobcat QB DeNarius McGhee heading to CFL

Former Montana State quarterback DeNarius McGhee has signed with the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League

Averie Collins

Hawks' Averie Collins commits to Stanford

Bozeman senior Averie Collins officially commits to Stanford's women's soccer team for 2015

Yory Boy Campas

Luis "Yory Boy" Campas set for one last big fight

Former boxing world champion, Luis Yory Boy Campas, is set for one last fight, taking on former light middleweight champion Ricardo Mayorga in February 2015

Prukop, Brekke receive Player of the Week honors

Montana State's Dakota Prukop and Gunnar Brekke receive Big Sky honors on Monday, the 4th straight week Montana State players have been recognized

Luke Daly

Bobcat freshman kicker Luke Daly receives Big Sky honor

Montana State freshman Luke Daly named the Big Sky Special Teams Player of the Week on Monday

A Game of Opposites as Bobcats host UND

The Bobcats and their high powered offense are prepared to take on a defense that ranks 2nd in the Big Sky in points allowed this season.

Bobcats preparing for Big Sky Conference opener against North Dakota

The Bobcats are getting ready to open Big Sky Conference play this Saturday when they host the University of North Dakota