Some of the City League's top Division II boys track and field athletes will try to build on standout district performances when they compete in the regional meet Thursday, May 26, and Saturday, May 28, at Lexington.
Beechcroft High School senior Rodell Rahmaan said he was given the option of playing wide receiver or outside linebacker for the Urbana University football team next season after being one of the City League's best players at both positions for the Cougars last fall.
Cameron Barber racked up a combined 20 wins as a pitcher for the DeSales High School softball team the past two seasons, which helped the senior secure a scholarship to play for Ohio Dominican University.
Eastmoor Academy boys track and field coach Jason Lewis has bad news for opponents who think his team might have a down season after losing four athletes who competed at the Division II state meet last season.
The Northland High School girls track and field team doesn't have any seniors in its program after finishing third in the City League meet last season, but that doesn't mean it isn't one of the league favorites again this spring.
Syracuse University has become synonymous with the three weeks of each year known as "March Madness" because of what its men's basketball program has accomplished the past four decades under coach Jim Boeheim.
His team is no stranger to playing on the big stage, but eighth-year DeSales High School boys volleyball coach Andy Feltz still notices what he called "a starry-eyed" quality to the Stallions as they prepared for this season.
Syracuse University has become synonymous with the three weeks of each year known as “March Madness” because of what its men’s basketball program has accomplished the past four decades under coach Jim Boeheim.