Munoz on the spot
His father is a Hall of Famer; he's possibly the No. 1 lineman in the U.S. Pressure? Moeller's Michael Munoz says he just wants to go out and have fun.
St. X's Steve Sollmann has played in the state championship game. Now he wants to bring home the title.
Lebanon lineman Matt McCutchan vows to lead the Warriors back to the championship game.
See Earl. See Earl Haynes runs 30 times a game for Fairfield. ''You can't teach what Earl can do,'' says coach Tom Grippa.
Wyoming's Zach Novak caps his bruising tackles with the ''woo move.'' Sometimes the ref has to tell him to take it easy.
In 117 of Kentucky's 120 counties, high school basketball is the glory game, but in Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties, football is first.
QB Charlie Smith is the centerpiece of Newport's pursuit of a first state championship.
Birds of a feather
Highlands may have lost two All-Americans and 15 seniors but it's still ranked No. 1 in Kentucky AAA.
The Tigers, who lost their 38-game win streak in the state semifinals, say they've long ago replaced disappointment with determination.
Round 2 for Holy Cross
John Wysong's team went 1-8 in its inaugural season, but he believes better days might be on the horizon.
TRISTATE TOP 10 |
1. Moeller 7-3
2. Elder 7-3
3. CovCath 6-4
4. Highlands 10-0
5. St. Xavier 8-1
6. Colerain 10-0
7. Anderson 7-3
8. Lebanon 9-1
9. Princeton 7-3
10. Beechwood 9-0
Newport's Charlie Smith