93.1 KMKT is your official radio home for Denison Yellow Jacket Playoff Football Games! Tune in to Katy Country as Lynn Burkhead, Ed Meacham, Lance San Millan, Kyle Uber & Zach Burkhead – our Yellow Jacket Broadcast Crew – bring you right into the gridiron action with their LIVE play-by-play this season.
There are a bunch of ways to listen to our LIVE coverage of the games – on your radio, on our website stream (play button is at the very top of this page ^^^), on the iHeart Radio app, on the Radio.com app, on the TuneIn app, or by enabling the 93.1 Katy Country skill on your Alexa device. We make it easy to listen to the games!
Denison Yellow Jacket Playoff Football Games on Katy Country are brought to you by:
- First United Bank
- Parkway Buick GMC
- ER at Sherman
- Classic of Texoma
- Destiny’s Air
- Jeff’s Auto Sales
- Grayson Collin Communications
- F&I Pawn
- Charles Holder Insurance
- Allen’s Plumbing
- Bi-Lo Wholesale
Here’s a schedule of our game coverage for the 2020 Denison Yellow Jacket Playoff Football Games:
- Fri – 12/11 – @ North Forney – 7pm [Playoff Game]
Thurs – 9/24 – Sherman – Denison – 7pm
Fri – 10/2 – Texas High – Texas High – 7:30pm
Fri – 10/9 – OPEN
Fri – 10/16 – Lovejoy – Denison – 7pm
Fri – 10/23 – Prosper Rock Hill – Prosper – 7pm
Fri – 10/30 – Frisco Memorial – Denison – 7pm
Fri – 11/6 – Lake Dallas – Lake Dallas – 7pm
Fri -11/13 – Frisco High – Denison – 7pm
Thurs – 11/19 – Lebanon Trail – Memorial – 7pm
Fri – 11/27 – Frisco Liberty – Denison – 2pm
Fri – 12/4 – Princeton – Princeton – 7pm
Thanks again to our sponsors, who make it possible for us to share Denison Yellow Jacket Football games with you:
Learn more about Katy Country’s Denison Yellow Jacket Broadcast Crew:
Lynn Burkhead, Play By Play
Lynn is a 1984 DHS graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Communications and Public Address from UNT. He is married to a DISD teacher with 20 plus years of service in the district and is the father of three student/athlete graduates from DHS. When not in the broadcast booth, he is a senior editor for Outdoor Sportsman Group. Entering his 31st year of football radio broadcasting, this is Lynn’s 24th year overall with Denison and his 21st year with KMKT.
Ed Meacham, Color Analyst
Ed was a New York All-State football, basketball and baseball player in high school. He was a 1983 first team All American tight end from Springfield College, MA and was signed by the New England Patriots in 1984. Ed moved to Texoma in 1994 and started Mr. Ed’s Strength and Conditioning summer workout program. An insurance agent in Sherman, Ed’s previous broadcast experience includes Texas A&M Commerce, the Sherman Bearcats, and the TV game of the week.
Lance San Millan, Producer/Statistician
Employed by the DISD as an Alternative High School Principal at Pathways High School, Lance played football and baseball in college at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M. Married to a DISD educator, Lance is a father of three including a DHS Yellow Jacket, an Oklahoma State Cowboy, and a member of the U.S. Army. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Health and Physical Ed along with a Masters in Educational Administration from SOSU.
Kyle Uber, Sidelines
Entering his 5th year of roaming the Yellow Jacket sidelines, Kyle is a graduate of Kingston High School in Oklahoma. After high school, he obtained his bachelors and masters degrees from SOSU. Kyle is happily married with two children and has been employed by the Denison ISD for 19 years. He is currently principal at Denison’s Houston Elementary School.
Zach Burkhead, Spotter
Entering his 4th season as the spotter for Yellow Jacket football broadcasts, Zach is a 2015 graduate of Denison High School. A two-year varsity letterman under Coach Chad Rogers and a two-time BOTA winner, Zach is a former Yellow Jacket tight-end. In addition to being a member of the 2013 DHS co-district championship football team, he was also a first team academic all-state honoree in 2014. The older son of Lynn Burkhead, the longtime voice of the Yellow Jackets, Z-Man is an aviation major at SOSU in Durant and a youth ministry intern at Parkside Baptist Church in Denison.