Larissa Liska joined NewsChannel 10's sports team in February 2021 as the Sports Director. She was raised in Three Rivers, a small town in Texas between San Antonio and Corpus Christi. Larissa is excited to be back in her home state after covering sports in Georgia and Michigan.
Larissa attended college at the University of Texas at Austin, majoring in Journalism with a certificate in Sports Journalism. Her passion for sports kickstarted in kindergarten competing in AAU Summer Track and continued through college with the UT Club Racquetball team.
In her spare time, Larissa enjoys working out at the gym, hiking the trails with her little dog Dusty and keeping up with her favorite sports teams.
Larissa loves sharing stories about hardworking athletes and the communities that support them, so feel free to pass along any tips to firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, if you'd like to discuss why the Dallas Cowboys should or should not win the Super Bowl this year, hit her up on your thoughts.
The West Texas A&M men’s track and field team has left a legacy after winning the program’s first Lone Star Conference Championship. The spotlight shined on freshman Benjamin Azamati, one of the fastest men in the world. 23-year-old Azamati has made incredible strides in the sprints.
Downtown Amarillo is going to be loud on Tuesday, April 20 when HODGETOWN hosts it’s first ever college baseball game. The MiLB Sod Poodles’ stadium will open the field to the No. 5 ranked Texas Tech Red Raiders and Oklahoma Sooners for the Red Dirt Rivalry.
The Bridge, an organization that provides a child’s path to healing and justice held their annual signature event, Heroes and Legends Wednesday night. The event featured special guest and former Dallas Cowboy running back Herschel Walker.