Washington School quarterback Caleb Janous has grown up playing football with John Bentley Suares and Eli Fratesi.
On the playground, Janous was typically the quarterback. On lazy autumn afternoons, Janous would drop back and find one of his two friends sprinting to the endzone in a neighborhood backyard.
In his second season as the starting quarterback for the Greenville High School football team, Ty’Mitchell McCollough is feeling more comfortable at the position.
McCollough, this week’s Planters Bank Player of the Week, looked poised and confident Saturday night during Greenville’s 28-20 road victory over Gentry.
There are moments when Monica Ellis goes into mom mode as she watches her daughter, Taylor, pitch for the Greenville Christian School softball team.
Monica Ellis, the coach of the Lady Saints, says her daughter wears her heart on her sleeve. When Taylor is hurting, she is too.
The Riverside High School football team kept holding onto the rope, but eventually the strength and power of St. Joseph Catholic School proved to be too much as the Fighting Irish opened the season with a 39-7 home victory on Friday.
Deer Creek School seniors Montana Haley and Mary Grace Hobart were once younger players on the Warrior softball team. Now that they are in their last year at Deer Creek School they say they want to do whatever they can to help their still developing teammates be successful.
Washington School’s Allie Stevens is a better pitcher this year and it has little to do with her mechanics. In a 6-0 victory over Carroll Academy on Monday, Stevens pitched another shutout gem to bring her record to 8-2 this season. Stevens said the victories are due to her total trust in her teammates.