The Pope John Paul II girls soccer team is currently enjoying its best start in program history. An 8-0-1 record with a goal-differential of plus-29, including six shutouts, has the Lady Knights thinking big picture.
The Christian Brothers High School Purple Wave’s rushing game overwhelmed the Pope John Paul II Knights on Friday in a 45-21 win in a Division II-AAA region contest.
The Rossview Hawks needed only three plays on its opening drive to take control of their game on Friday night as a 70-yard run, followed by a Garrett Diemel 1-yard touchdown plunge put them up 6-0 against the Station Camp Bison.
HENDERSONVILLE – Taking full advantage of six turnovers, Hendersonville celebrated homecoming in grand style Friday with a 27-10 victory over Lebanon at Paul Decker Field / Memorial Stadium.
After a dominant win over White House Heritage last week, the Springfield Yellow Jackets continued their impressive start to the season with a 38-0 home victory over Station Camp on Friday.
The Pope John Paul II Knights knocked off their rival Father Ryan High School 31-17 on Friday in the annual contest between the area’s two Catholic high schools to claim the Bishop’s Cup for the fifth year in a row.
Neither team looked exceptionally sharp Friday night on Shackle Island, but a stingy Beech defense when it mattered most catapulted the Buccaneers to a 28-14 win over their arch-rival Hendersonville High School.
I love rivalry games, but what I think I love more than the game itself is seeing the winning school sprint to lift their rivalry trophy following a thrilling win.
As the public address announcer called out each player’s name and hometown, Ryan Ginther couldn’t help but pause and feel a sense of pride.
Shackle Island – The Lady Wave started fast and jumped out to a 1-0 lead just three minutes into the game before holding on for the 2-1 victory. The Lady Wave controlled play for most of the first half with Beech gaining possession just a handful of times.