Watterson High School baseball coach Scott Manahan believes the 2013 season was a success despite the fact that his team didn't meet all of its goals, including winning CCL and district championships.
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Chisom Ifedi of the Centennial High School boys track and field team admits that he initially was intimidated by the large crowd and quality competition he faced in the high jump in the Division II state meet.MORE
The Centennial High School softball team was better in the field this spring than it was last season.MORE
Joe Mankovecky of the Watterson High School boys track and field team was so anxious about the competition in the Division II state meet that he had trouble falling asleep the night before competing in the high jump.MORE
Centennial High School girls track and field coach Rhonda Reese already that knew it was going to be difficult for her team to defend its City League championship after two of its top sprinters from a year ago, Aalyah Slappy and Jenna Herron, chose not to return this spring.MORE
The Watterson High School baseball team was plagued by poor hitting and defensive mistakes for much of the regular season.MORE