Rob Krone

Rob Krone



Rob graduated from Buffalo State College in 1988 with a Bachelor's Degree in broadcast journalism, a member of the Broadcast Honors Society, of which he served as president.

After graduating, Rob began his career at WFYF-50 in Watertown, where he was a weekend sports anchor/reporter.

On Labor Day, 1989, Rob began work at 7News as weekend sports anchor and since his inception, has won several New York State Broadcaster Association and Syracuse Press Club awards.

Rob enjoys playing softball and basketball for the 7News No Stars and also loves to golf.

A big fan of the Syracuse Orange, the New York Yankees and the Buffalo Bills, Rob's life is sports and his four children: John, Kristen, Robbie and Danielle.

Recent Articles by Rob

  Could ECAC hockey split into 2 divisions?

  Saturday Sports: Clarkson hockey is back on the ice

  Copenhagen soccer squad hits the field

  Saturday Sports: Watertown Wolves 2020-2021 season update

Remote learning will delay Potsdam’s fall sports

  Massena negotiates obstacles to starting fall sports

  Sunday Sports: Decisions on moderate and low-risk fall sports to come

Saturday Sports: Looking at the challenges of a March-April HS football season

  Friday Sports: Tough decisions ahead as high school sports teams decide to resume fall sports seasons

  Area football team reacts to postponement of fall sports

  High risk fall sports postponed statewide

  Sunday Sports: St. Lawrence Men’s Hockey season in limbo, players still prepping

  Saturday Sports: Final plans fall into place for 2020 fall high school sports season

  Friday Sports: Section 10 fall sports are set to resume

  Missing your favorite Lady Saints? There’s a reason for that

  Fundraiser underway to refurbish aging Watertown High tennis courts

  Watertown boxing club members reminisce as club looks for new home

  Saturday Sports: Madrid native focuses on last dance with Anchorage hockey team

  Sunday Sports: Madrid native & Division 1 hockey coach is soon to be jobless

  Saturday Sports: Traveling girls’ lacrosse team tries to make season work

  Sunday Sports: High school softball players find a way to play amid the pandemic

  Saturday Sports: Getting kids back on the field and teaching life lessons

  Sunday Sports: North country personal trainer receives second chance at Double Play

  Checking in with a Lowville fitness center that’s been closed since the pandemic began

  Anglers praise Bassmasters event in Clayton

  Bassmaster’s 1st day ends with big numbers

  High school sports season delayed

  South Lewis athletic director calls it a career after nearly 25 years

  Saturday Sports: What do high school sports look like, in a world of COVID-19?

  Revolution to hit gridiron even though league bows out