Northland Top Stories
FootballThere's been an extra spring in Alonzo Booth's step this fall for the DeSales High School football team.
In football, running backs occasionally are known to buy their offensive linemen meals to thank them for clearing the way to make big gains.
When the Northland High School football team plays host to Beechcroft on Friday, Oct. 28, it will mark the third consecutive season that at least a share of the City League-North Division championship will be on the line in their matchup.
Chase Agin's goalkeeping is part of the reason the DeSales High School boys soccer team enjoyed an undefeated regular season and is the top seed in the Division II district tournament.
City League Notes
The ability to break down barriers has served the Beechcroft High School boys soccer team well this fall.
DeSales High School cross country coach Ben McGinnis readily acknowledges that leading a team full of younger runners presents different challenges than having a squad dotted with veterans.
A pair of teams hungry to stay in postseason contention will meet Friday, Oct. 14, when the Independence High School football team travels to Eastmoor Academy.