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.
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.
Gallatin – The Mt Juliet Golden Bears used turnovers and big plays to pull away for a 31-10 victory over the Gallatin Green Wave on Friday night at Calvin Short field.
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.