You could almost taste the tension in the frigid air as the opening kickoff crept closer and closer. The game was about to begin between the Red Raiders and the Golden Eagles, cross town rivals. The winner acquires all the bragging rights. Senior kicker Donnie Young was about to start what might be one of the most important games of the year.
It seems like just yesterday it was Opening Day of the baseball season. Every team was tied for first and had a chance to make the playoffs. Now, five months later after a long and grueling 162 games and two Wild Card games, only eight teams remain as the players dream of hoisting the World Series trophy above their heads. Some players can already taste the champagne, while others will end their season with a loss and the memory of what could have been. The Major League Baseball playoffs are finally here.
NFL week 5 pics by Tyler Watkins and Charlie Vavrick
Senior Kelly Meehleib wins athlete of the week
Derek Jeter brought his hall of fame career to a close Sunday against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park, leaving the game after an RBI single in the third. Jeter’s retirement after a historic 19 year career begs the question, Where does he rank among all-time great shortstops? The answer to that question is that Derek Jeter is the best shortstop in MLB history.
ndefeated matching up against undefeated. Quarterback Anthony Binetti leads the Red Raiders against Cary Grove tonight. Coming off of a 56-15 win against Hampshire in our Homecoming matchup, first-year starting quarterback Anthony Binetti looks to lead the Red Raiders against the...