Football players take hits with forces as high as 100 Gs—a measurement of acceleration felt as weight. Bodies are jarred. Brains slosh inside skulls. And the more the brain sloshes, the higher the likelihood of concussion.
The Pride of La Salle Marching Band
A rivalry that has long divided Anderson Township.
This rivalry, a backbone of Cincinnati high school football, dates to the early 1920s.
Fairfield seniors go beyond the traditional spirit wear.
The home of the Wildcats has four fryers going every Friday night.
Colerain High School was poised to win its first state championship in 1995.
A non-fan learns proper stance from a few good 6-year-olds.
You better be aggressive (B-E aggressive) if you want to land a spot on the Mason Comets cheerleading squad.
St. X’s name change from Conquistadors to Bombers—switched around 1940—has been credited to everything.