We love following East Texas Sports.  You can click here to read our articles.  Here's a little bit about us. If you have a suggestion, comment or question, we want to hear them. Our email addresses and twitter handles are below.  Or you can send an email to contact@etsn.fm.
 

Clint Buckley
 

Clint is the managing editor of ETSN.fm.  He has spent more than 12 years covering sports in East Texas and has been with ETSN since before Day 1. Some of Clint’s favorite moments include seeing superstar Adrian Peterson at Palestine High School, watching a historic 2005 playoff baseball series between Lindale and Carthage and covering Henderson and Chapel Hill’s state championship wins in 2010 and 2011. Follow Clint on Twitter @clintbuckley or send him an email at clintbuckley@etsn.fm.
 

Mike Graham
 

Mike is a Dallas native and a graduate of Highland Park High School. He has a state championship ring from the Scots’ title win in 2005 over Marshall, which he earned before heading to college at Texas Tech. Mike spent three years covering Texas Tech sports for Rivals.com before joining ETSN.fm. Follow Mike on Twitter at @Mike_ETSN or send him an email at mikegraham@etsn.fm
 

Chase Colston
 

Chase is the founder and editor-in-chief of ETSN.fm. He is also the digital managing editor for Townsquare Media Tyler-Longview, which, in addition to ETSN.fm, also owns radio stations 101.5 KNUE, Mix 93.1, Classic Rock 96.1 and Hot 107.3 Jamz. Chase has covered high school sports in East Texas since he was 15 years old, and has spent he last 11 years working with some of the best names in the business to build up to this point with ETSN.fm. Follow Chase on Twitter at @chasecolston or send him an email at chasecolston@etsn.fm.
 

Rob Graham
 

In addition to  taking pictures for ETSN.fm, Rob photographs Dallas area High School and SMU  sports. His pictures have been featured in NFL.com, Rivals.com, the Dallas Morning News and several community newspapers and websites.
 

Mark Martin 
 

Mark Martin, a native of Tyler, enjoys photographing sports action and special moments. Mark has been covering sports in East Texas for over five years, and has been working with ETSN.fm for two years.