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Little celebrates 1,000th broadcast

Longtime Texas broadcaster Gentry "Ace" Little recently celebrated his 1,000th radio broadcast.

Little, currently at K101/Z92 in Woodward, Okla., has more than 33 years in the industry.

He came to Woodward in June of 2013 after a successful career in Texas including radio stations in Commerce, Cleburne, Mineral Wells, Weatherford and the Dallas-Forth Worth area.

The current "Voice of the Woodward Boomers" has been part of six state championships in Texas, including girls’ basketball and softball.

Little started his career in 1982 at KETR radio in Commerce at East Texas State University, now Texas A&M-Commerce and has called games over the state. He graduated from Skyline High in 1982 and ETSU in 1987.

He has won many awards for excellence in news and sports radio from the Texas Association of School Boards and he had a Texas Senate and House Bill named for him in 2011 for his 900th game.

His enthusiasm for high school and college sports led to him receive congratulatory letters from Texas Governor Rick Perry and former President of the United States, George W. Bush, former Texas Coach Mack Brown and many others.

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