Scotty Gange Biography
Scotty Gange is an American journalist currently working as a sports anchor and Broncos reporter at 9NEWS in Denver, Colorado since January 2021. There, he anchors the Prep Rally on weekend mornings.
Scotty Gange Age
Scotty Gange was born in the United States of America. However, he has not revealed details on when and where he was born. Therefore, his exact age and the date he celebrates his birthday are not available.
Scotty Gange Height
Scotty stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx 1.73 m).
Scotty Gange Family
He was born in San Diego, United States of America to caring and supportive parents. He grew up along with his two elder brothers named Christian, and Charlie. Furthermore, Scotty has a fish called Waffles.
Scotty Gange Wife
Due to his secretive nature, Scotty has managed to keep information regarding his marital status private. Therefore, it is not known whether he is single, married, or dating someone. The review is ongoing and we will update you promptly once information regarding her marital status is available.
Scotty Gange Education
In 2013, he joined Torrey Pines High School and graduated with a high school diploma in 2017. There, he played three games which included track, football, and baseball. Later, he enrolled at Arizona State University where he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Sports Journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications.
Following his graduation, Scotty secured a job at 9NEWS prior to turning 21 years old. While at Arizona State University, he served as a host for Jumbotron where he covered major sports.
Scotty Gange Salary
He bags annual earnings ranging between $35,000 and $100,000.
Scotty Gange’s Net worth
Through his journalism career, Scotty has managed to accumulate a hefty fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million and $3 Million.
Scotty Gange Career
He is currently working as a sports anchor and Broncos reporter at 9NEWS in Denver, Colorado since January 2021. There, he anchors the Prep Rally on weekend mornings. In 2020, Scotty was recognized as the Jim Nantz Award Winner. Furthermore, he was rewarded the nation’s top collegiate sportscaster.
Scotty finds pride in bringing positivity and joy in everything he does. He is a bigger fan of “The Office” and a proud below-average snowboarder.