Clovis grad Kate Scott manages chaotic Bay Area sports scene just fine

Clovis grad Kate Scott manages chaotic Bay Area sports scene just fine

Kate Scott wakes up in a time-frozen panic. The obnoxious alarm tells her it’s 3 o’clock, but 3 o’clock what, and where’s the snooze button on this blasted thing, anyway?

If it’s 3 in the a.m., that means she has to get to the KNBR radio studios in downtown San Francisco, where she is a morning sports anchor and third voice in the “Murph and Mac” and “Gary and Larry” sports-talk radio shows until the noon hour.

“Most days, I question what I’m doing with my life when I’m getting up at 3 in the morning,” said Scott, a 2001 Clovis High graduate who shares the city’s predawn roads with a sprinkling of taxis, airport shuttles and garbage trucks going the second way on one-way streets.

“Then I remember I get paid to talk about sports, and how awesome is that? So I take my shower, do my makeup, get my coffee and drive to work.”

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