Carl Prather

Carl Prather

Sports Anchor

For the last ten years Sports Director Carl Prather has called the Tennessee Valley home! National Championships, Iron Bowls, High School State Championships, and some of the best stories that capture the community of North Alabama, Carl enjoys looking for the next “story” daily.

Prior to moving to Huntsville, Carl began his broadcasting career six months after graduating Western Kentucky University as the Sports Director at Station WKAG -3 in Hopkinsville, KY.

In December, 2005 Carl received his Bachelor of Arts degree from WKU (Go Tops!), while working at the student run newscast on campus. And yes, he will sing his alma mater in the worse voice ever on command.

Carl completed two internships during his junior and senior summers during college, one at station WEAR in Pensacola, FL (Beach life was too good to pass up) and another in his hometown of Louisville, KY at WAVE-TV 3.

“I love people, and the people that make sports in this community so memorable year after year. I’m happy to call Huntsville home!”

Recent Articles by Carl

  Pure Barre Huntsville live-streaming classes during pandemic

  NASCAR goes virtual amid COVID-19 pandemic

  UAH coach talks coronavirus diagnosis

  Student athletes face reality of no competition

  Havoc move forward after COVID-19 pandemic

4 north Alabama basketball teams headed to state

  North Alabama native shoots for a cause

  Brooks powers to regional final

  Tigers late rally stuns Priceville

  West Limestone rolls to regional final

  Defending champs blow out Haleyville in northwest regional

  UAH softball, baseball off to strong start

  Patriots aim to win state title

  NFL player has jersey retired at Madison County alma mater

  Kerryon Johnson gives back to north Alabama

High school football 3rd round playoff scores & highlights

  New athletic performance center coming to north Alabama

  Young athletes across north Alabama see dreams come true on Signing Day

VOTE NOW: 48 Fever Play of the Year

  How athletic scholarships work

  North Alabama basketball star Tommy Murr picks Lipscomb as college destination

  Oats invades Huntsville

  Bulldogs ready to head to Pro Football Hall of Fame

  Florence native named Aggies 12th man

  AHSAA approves play clock moving to 40 seconds this season

Get ready for high school football season with 100 Yard Dash previews

  Faith & Fish: Pro angler defies odds on and off the water

  Trash Pandas reveal 2020 schedule

  Huntsville native, Super Bowl champion Trey Flowers gives back

  Hall of Famers honor local Stallworth Foundation recipients