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I'm a Texas boy born and raised, but couldn't be more excited to be here in Huntsville, Alabama! The chance to cover SEC football is a dream come true, so I jumped at the chance to be a part of the WHNT News 19 Sports Team.

Back home in Texas I attended West Texas A&M University where I majored in Mass Communications/Broadcasting. After graduating, my first job in TV was in my hometown of Amarillo. A photographer job at KFDA, where I actually met and worked with Ryan Cody.

After about a year of working in Amarillo, I accepted a Weekend Sports Anchor Job at KWES in Midland, Texas. Then two years later my good friend Ryan gave me a call about a job, and now I'm here in Huntsville!

Football has and always will be my passion, that's why I feel this is the perfect job. Playing and covering high school and college ball in the state of Texas was great, but the level of passion for SEC football here in north Alabama is a different world that I can't wait to be a part of. That said, I love anything and everything about all sports!

If you have any cool story ideas, or just want to talk a little sports, feel free to email me any time at chase.horn@whnt.com!


Recent Articles
  • Stars Win 2 in a Row

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – The Huntsville Stars came back for the second straight night against the Chattanooga Lookouts late in the game to pull out a victory.   Nick Shaw’s two-run double in the bottom of the ninth gave the Stars a 5-4 win over the Lookouts Monday night at Joe Davis Stadium in Huntsville.   The Stars were trailing 4-2 entering the bottom of the ninth.   Jhan Marinez(5-1) came in looking for his first save of the season […]

  • Buckhorn Lineman Commits to Georgia State

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Zachary Branner committed to Georgia State while on an unofficial visit to the Atlanta campus today. The 6-foot-5, 328-pound offensive lineman from Buckhorn caught the eye of Georgia State coaches when he visited the campus with his father in early June for a camp they were holding with Penn State coaches as guest coaches.   To continue reading click here.   Courtesy: al.com

  • Tide Receivers Talk Up Kiffin

    HOOVER, Ala. (WHNT) – It’s been five years since Lane Kiffin did his first and only SEC Media Days. He walked the lobby and faced all the questions as a league newcomer with Tennessee back in 2009. Kiffin was elsewhere Thursday, but was again a focal point. Now seven months since his hiring as Alabama’s new offensive coordinator, the adjustment period is ending. It’s not easy going from the man in charge to an assistant. Nick Saban knows all about that.   To continue reading […]

  • One on One With Arkansas’ Trey Flowers

    HOOVER, Ala. (WHNT) – Huntsville native and Columbia High School grad Trey Flowers was a player representative for the Arkansas Razorbacks last week at SEC Media Days.  The senior defensive end took some time from his busy schedule to speak with us on everything from his senior year at Arkansas, to looking forward to his potential professional career.  Check out whole interview with Sports Director Ryan Cody!

  • Stars Lose Finale, Still Win the Series

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) –  Addison Russell hit a pair of homeruns including a grand slam leading the Tennessee Smokies to a 10-3 win over the Huntsville Stars Sunday afternoon at Joe Davis Stadium in Huntsville.   The Smokies took an early 2-0 lead against Brent Suter.  Russell hit a first inning two-run homerun to left center.   The Stars chipped away at the deficit.  In the bottom of the second, Kentrail Davis produced a sacrifice fly scoring Joey Paciorek making […]

  • Ole Miss Wants to be the Auburn of 2014

    HOOVER, Ala. (WHNT) – With the most experienced quarterback in the SEC, the Ole Miss Rebels feel like 2014 could be their year.  They didn’t finish last in the conference a season ago, but Quarterback Bo Wallace and his team feel like they are ready to break out.  The Rebels think they are fully capable of surprising everyone and winning the SEC this year.

  • Auburn Wants to be 13 Seconds Better

    HOOVER, Ala. (WHNT) – The Auburn Tigers were so close to becoming national champions a season ago, falling just short to Heisman winner Jameis Winston and the Florida State Seminoles.  Their motto to make sure that doesn’t happen again is “be thirteen seconds better.”  Here are is center Reece Dismukes and defensive lineman Gabe Wright talking about what they need to do to come back stronger than ever as the defending SEC Champions.

  • MSU’s Prescott Has More Experience Than Most in the SEC

    HOOVER, Ala. (WHNT) – During the SEC Media Days Tuesday, Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott showed the poise of a veteran leader in front of the media. Prescott, who enters his redshirt junior season, had no problems when it came to the many questions that were thrown his way. The backup-turned-starter was even quick to critique his play. The quarterback admitted that last season was a learning experience. Prescott knows that he can make drastic improvements to his technique when […]

  • Stars Shut Out Smokies and Sweep the Double Header

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Huntsville High grad Jed Bradley earns his third career AA win and the Stars sweep a double header with Tennessee.  They win game one 1-0, and game two 5-0.  Check out the highlights from game one!

  • Marshall Cited for Possession of Marijuana

    AUBURN, Ala. (WHNT) – Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall was cited in Reynolds, Georgia, on Friday for possession of marijuana of less than one ounce, according to Reynolds police chief Lonnie Holder. Marshall was not arrested. Marshall, the returning quarterback who was supposed to be part of Auburn’s SEC Media Days contingent on Monday, was pulled over due to a possible window tinting violation at 12:45 p.m. on Highway 96 in Reynolds.   To continue reading click here.   Courtesy: al.com  

  • Landon Collins Makes Jim Thorpe Watch List

    TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WHNT) – Another day, another preseason watch list for Alabama safetyLandon Collins. The latest focuses more on his particular position, as Collins was one of 39 players to make the Jim Thorpe Award watch list. The award goes annually to the nation’s best defensive back.   To continue reading click here.   Courtesy: al.com

  • O’Toole Wins the Spirit of America Classic

    DECATUR, Ala. (WHNT) – With an overall score of ten under par, John Michael O’Toole wins the 47th annual Spirit of america Classic.  Check out the highlights from the final round and hear O’Toole’s reaction to the big win.