Ron Snyder is a sports reporter for News15.
Ron is originally from Macedonia, OH. He wouldn’t be a sportscaster if it wasn’t for his Dad handing him a baseball glove and letting him miss the school bus to watch extra highlights on SportsCenter. His first broadcasting job was doing morning announcements at Nordonia High School.
Ron graduated from Syracuse University and majored in broadcast journalism and marketing. At Syracuse, he was a part of CitrusTV, the nation’s oldest and largest student-run television station. After graduating, he worked for two years at KTXS in Abilene, TX and covered Abilene High School’s football state championship. Next, he worked at YNN in Buffalo and covered Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres.
From 2012-2014, Ron worked at KNOE in Monroe and covered Louisiana Tech, Grambling, and some great high school basketball.
Ron is happy to be a part of the Acadiana community. “Show some Love” when you see him in the streets in his “Everybody knows Ron” shirts. He wants to make the world smaller and better one person at a time.
Johanna Duplantis aiming for her 4th Straight state title
Northside softball coach Dr. Misty Blue Reed uses softball to bounce back from domestic violence.
Almendares’ Clutch Kick Pushes Vermilion Past White, 13-11 Teams combined for 14 points in the final quarter of the tightly-contested Spring finale
Errol Rodgers, Jr. played all the receiver positions for the Ragin Cajuns last year. He finished his freshman year with 13 catches for 120 yards and two touchdowns. Errol didn't play in the first two games of the season, but then the freshman receiver pounced on a chance to shine against Georgia Southern. He scored his first touchdown.
Breaux Bridge Quarterback recovers from leukemia and pushes to play football again. His favorite football player is Tom Brady.
Brooks Badeaux Returns to Teurlings Catholic to Coach Rebels
Ragin' Cajuns Pro Day
Spencer Arrighetti excels as Ragin' Cajuns ace
Danaisha George Leads Northside Track as a Junior
Cajuns begin Spring Football Practice