In 2010, the Northland High School football team beat Beechcroft 12-7 in its regular-season finale to earn a share of the City League-North Division championship with the Cougars and clinch its first playoff berth.
When Beechcroft High School boys soccer coach Shane Huey encouraged his players to yell "City championship" before entering the field throughout the preseason, junior midfielder Peter Darko thought the idea was wishful thinking.
The Whetstone High School girls soccer team will be seeking its third consecutive City League title when it takes on Centennial in the fourth-annual championship game Thursday, Oct. 9, at Crew Stadium.
After catching 21 passes for 321 yards and three touchdowns as a freshman two years ago, wide receiver Aidan Tuttle was expecting to have a breakout sophomore season for the Whetstone High School football team.
The Whetstone High School football team will be the first from the City League-North Division to test the combined powers of two of the top three teams from last season when it opens league play Friday, Sept. 19, at Beechcroft.
The Watterson High School girls golf team had more than twice as many opponents to contend with in the MOGGL this season after the league decided to no longer divide its 12 teams into two six-team divisions.