Kelly Morris

Writer/Social Media Specialist

Location icon United States

Kelly Morris is a veteran communicator with nearly 10 years in the media market, including four years in North Texas. She thrives on deadline, has an outgoing personality and is a strong writer and editor.

She's currently a sports reporter at | The Times-Picayune. Social media comes second nature to Morris. She provides real-time updates during events she covers through Twitter and She also participates in frequent online videos to discuss sports.

Morris has a fondness for talking to people and empowers others through words. So often, sports act as the avenue for people to see a better life, and Morris loves to tell their heroic tales. She's a native of Arlington, Texas, and graduated from Texas Christian University.


News Stories | The Times-Picayune
Hahnville narrows head football coaching search to five candidates

Hahnville High School has narrowed its candidates for head football coach to five, Hahnville Principal Ken Oertling said Sunday evening. "We did notify candidates that they were no longer in the next round," Oertling said in reference to the 14 applicants interviewed this past week for the position. | The Times-Picayune
St. Charles Parish School Board announces suspensions of Destrehan football coaches

Punishments are starting to come down in the investigation of Destrehan's undefeated football team and how it used the video swapping program, Hudl, in preparation for its District 7-5A game against South Lafourche last week. While the Louisiana High School Athletic Association hasn't ruled on the situation, St. | The Times-Picayune
Destrehan, Donovan Isom stun rival Hahnville 49-0

The 2012 Destrehan-Hahnville game had all the excitement of a nailbiting blockbuster film. If the 2013 version of the supremely intense rivalry were deemed film-worthy, then it is likely only the Destrehan diehards would love it. Destrehan extended its perfect record to 5-0 with a head-turning 49-0 rout Friday night at Hahnville High School. | The Times-Picayune
Rummel, Keith Fulton stun Hahnville with game-winning hook-and-lateral

The Hahnville Tigers defense did all it could to frustrate the Rummel Raiders on Friday night. Rummel Coach Jay Roth threw one more play at them. Even he didn't think the desperate measure would work. Somehow, it did. Keith Fulton scored on a successful 79-yard hook and lateral with 18 seconds left to help Rummel escape Hahnville with a 7-5 win.

Features | The Times-Picayune
Destrehan linebacker Rae Juan Marbley ready to bring passion to Tulane

It isn't an accident Rae Juan Marbley 's favorite NFL player is former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis. The fun-loving players' personalities mirror each other. "Some guys tell me I get too excited before games. That's just how I am," Marbley said. "I'm a very emotional guy. | The Times-Picayune
Belle Chasse's Terren Encalade ready to shine at Tulane

Terren Encalade might come off a little shy. Get the 6-foot-1, 190-pound receiver on a football field and one fierce competitor comes out. If his 95-yard kickoff return against Landry-Walker last year doesn't convince you, his four touchdowns in the first half against Brusly - a fifth touchdown was called back - will. | The Times-Picayune
East St. John relies on 'silent leader' Davaron Stockman

A heavy-duty air mattress still sits in Phillip Banko's guest room. It's not being used much now, but it was last season. "We couldn't get a regular one," the East St. John head football coach said laughing. "He's a big dude. It kept popping." His "big" house guest was East St. | The Times-Picayune
Riverside's Kendra Turner using versatility, coach's bond to spark senior season

Riverside's Kendra Turner used to be described more as a basketball player playing volleyball. Now she looks every bit the 6-foot-2 middle blocker. Chelsea Lucas-Nicholas can't help but beam when talking about the | The Times-Picayune Small School Preseason Player of the Year's transformation. She isn't just her coach. | The Times-Picayune
Prep football player Kaylon Marshall finds new heart at Ochsner

Kaylon Marshall walks around Ochsner Medical Center in New Orleans almost like a celebrity. If his fluorescent orange Nikes with matching fluorescent orange socks don't give him away, his constant jokes do. "I nicknamed one doctor 'Carrot Top' and another one 'Perm,'" said the former Calvary Baptist nose tackle.


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