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Jack McGuire

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Jack McGuire joined the 7Sports team in June 2015. Jack returns to Lawton where he received his B.A. in Communications from Cameron University. While at CU, he served in almost every position at CUTV from news reporter to lead news/sports producer. Jack also wrote for The Cameron Collegian newspaper and worked as a content editor for CU's convergence journalism website, Aggie Central.

Jack comes to KSWO after holding the position of news reporter/sports photographer at Hometown Stations (WILO) in his hometown of Lima, Ohio. There he would act as a “one man band” in news, covering anything from parades to a massive oil refinery fire.

Jack is a loyal fan of the Oklahoma City Thunder and University of Michigan Wolverines (in any sport). Jack's favorite sport is basketball and would love to join in on any pick-up games viewers want to invite him to/ He also enjoys watching movies of any genre and welcomes any movie suggestions from viewers.

Jack is overwhelmed with excitement to begin a second journey in the city of Lawton. He can't wait to cover sports for some of the most loyal high school fan bases he has seen. If you have any questions, comments or want to talk about sports and movie, you can email him at jmcguire@kswo.com or on Twitter @JMcGuire_Sports.

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