Author: Jack Taylor

West Meck Ready to Make Waves

The West Mecklenburg Hawks are on a mission this season. To not only prove themselves as a team to beat, but prove their doubters wrong as well.

Olympic is on Top and Wants to Stay There

Success is a key part of any teams motivation, but beyond that the Trojans have another mission. The first back-to-back conference championship is school history.

The Cardinals are Ready to Take Flight

Why not us? That is a mantra every overlooked football team embraces. The Phillip O. Berry Academy Cardinals want to shock the conference this season.

Hard Knocks – Rocky River Ready for Round Three

Conditioning is a crucial part of practice. All of that running, in the heat, shows where the resolve is strongest and where the cracks start to form. But in these moments, Head Coach Tyson Fernandez does what he knows best.

It Is Make Or Break For The Eagles

This season is a turning point for East Meck, specifically for head coach Lennie Sanders, in his third year at the helm, and for the juniors who have been with him from the beginning.

Cannon Cougars Are On The Prowl

The Cannon Cougars are only two seasons removed from their first ever state championship, and a conference championship the year after. As they prepare for a conference promotion, their past success is the last thing on their mind.

Hawks Ready To Take Flight Under New Leadership

The key to success for any new coaching staff is a senior core that is bought in to the philosophy of the new staff. A goal Coach Dayton achieved with this graduating class while they were in middle school.

What To Watch For During Panther’s Training Camp

It is music to the ears of panthers fans across the Carolinas and beyond. The day before training camp. For the first time under Head Coach Frank Reich, the Panthers embark on their yearly pilgrimage to Spartanburg, South Carolina.

Providence Day Pushes For The “Three-Peat”

If you look on the back of the shirts during practice, you will see one of two things printed; "Family" and "Hard Work Works". Head Coach Chad Grier attributes his two titles in his first three seasons to these two philosophies.