Chris Nettleton

Sports Director

Chris Nettleton
Chris Nettleton
Sports Director
Chris Nettleton is an Emmy award-winning sports journalist with a flair for fun, and a style he hopes makes you laugh.

Over the past decade, he’s held nearly every type of job in sports journalism, and won awards doing most of them. Chris graduated from Drake University with a double major in broadcast news and English.

While at Drake, Chris helped start the student radio sports department doing play-by-play for everything from basketball to three straight days of track and field. He was also homecoming royalty and a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity.

Chris joined KBOI 2 as Sports Director in September of 2011, and he’s quickly grown to love the Treasure Valley. A love for the state of Idaho shouldn’t come as a surprise; his wife, Megan, grew up in Sandpoint, they were married in Coeur d’Alene, and the two look forward to watching their son, Quinlan, grow up in such a family-friendly state.

Before joining KBOI 2Sports, Chris worked in Montana, Minnesota, Iowa, and Tennessee (It was very hot there). Like most Minnesotans, Chris is always up for a good game of hockey, so if you need a goalie who’s more sieve than save let him know.

When Chris isn’t out covering the Boise State Broncos, or bouncing from game to game on a football Friday, you can find him chasing around his son who’s decided to start his terrible twos a little early.
Chris is always open to comments and story ideas, so let him know what’s going on!

Recent stories by Chris Nettleton

Sports Simplot Stadium gets a face-lift, Yotes sign broadcast deal with KTIK Simplot Stadium gets a face-lift, Yotes sign broadcast deal with KTIK (Photo Gallery) (Video)
The College of Idaho, KTIK AM 1350 and Jon Carson Productions are teaming up to provide live radio broadcasts of the Coyote football team’s return to the gridiron this fall. All 11 regular-season C of I football games will be broadcast live on KTIK and streamed live online at www.ktik.com.
Sports Girls State Basketball - Semifinals Girls State Basketball - Semifinals (Photo Gallery) (Video)
Girls State Basketball Tournament

5A State Tournament
Semifinals
Coeur d'Alene 69, Mountain View 54
Rocky Mountain 44, Lewiston 41

Consolation Semifinals
Boise 49, Highland 43
Hillcrest 49, Capital 43

Class 4A State Tournament
Semifinals
Skyview 60, Pocatello 50
Twin Falls 47, Middleton 28

Consolation Semifinals
Burley 48, Sandpoint 47
Nampa 37, Century 27

Class 3A State Tournament
Semifinals
Filer 44, Priest River 32
Timberlake 44, Homedale 34

Consolation Semifinals
Sugar-Salem 48, Fruitland 24
Teton 38, Snake River 36

Class 2A State Tournament
Semifinals
Firth 57, Melba 35
Ririe 48, Cole Valley 30

Consolation Semifinals
Grangeville 40, New Plymouth 37
Valley 42, Soda Springs 31

Class 1AD1 State Tournament
Semifinals
Lapwai 52, Genesee 31
Prairie 49, Grace 43

Consolation Semifinals
Challis 55, Rimrock 42
Hagerman 70, Notus 20

Class 1AD2 State Tournament
Consolation Semifinals
Kendrick 42, Council 25
Nezperce 35, Tri-Valley 33

Semifinals
Dietrich 35, Rockland 34
Mackay 43, Lighthouse Christian 36
Sports Recruiting class in, time for a break? Recruiting class in, time for a break? (Video)
Bryan Harsin's first recruiting class is nothing short of brilliant, especially considering the lack of time they had to put it together. Of course, a lot of the praise centers around Top-100 recruit Dylan Sumner-Gardner and the guy who got him here, Marcel Yates