Statesboro quarterback Colin Chance reaches across the goal line for a fourth-quarter touchdown to shut the door on Liberty County in this Friday, Oct.
Carrollton tailback Derrick Nash led the state in rushing as a senior, earning a scholarship to play football at Central Michigan University.
Royal signs with Wingate for football Tyler Royal of North Duplin High School signed an athletic and academic scholarship recently with Wingate University and will play football in the NCAA Division II program.
"with my son being a senior next year I was hoping to see him walk across the stage," said Michelle Swancey, who took the same walk herself back in 1987.
UF athletic director Jeremy Foley looks on during his school's football game against LSU in the 2012 season.
Antelope center Isaiah Ellis, the Capital Athletic League boys basketball MVP, has signed a letter of intent with Division II Chico State.
SUN PHOTO BY ROB SHORE Lemon Bay linebacker Josh Schulte glares into the backfield during a drill on Wednesday.
Alabama football coach Nick Saban was ready to start preparing for the 2013 season right after the BCS Championship victory in Miami.
Every week, The Times-Picayune honors male and female athletes from the Metro, River Parishes, and St.
Warren Ruda / The Citizens' Voice In court Wednesday, Joseph J. Ostrowski apologized to 'the court, my family and the victims.' A former high school football coach who tricked young men into performing sexually explicit acts over the Internet was "the very definition" of an online predator, a federal prosecutor said, and for that Joseph J.
The National Transportation Safety Board voted to recommend to all 50 states that they lower the blood alcohol content for driving under the influence.
Last season Fairfield Central was 11-3 overall and was crowned region III-AA champs before falling 21-6 in the state championship game to Dillon High School.
Dartmouth has won 12 in a row and 14-of-15 to date. The one game they didn't win - a 16-16 tie with Bishop Stang way back on April 5, their third game of the spring season - yeah, they're over it.
The end of the school day marks the beginning of hours of unsupervised wandering for many of Boston's high school students.
Still searching for that elusive first win as of last Wednesday, the Manchester Greyhound baseball squad played host to a heavily-favored Ripley Blue Jay team and showed well for themselves, playing even with their visitors before allowing five runs in the final two innings as Ripley left town with the 10-5 win.