Lakota rivalry goes prime-time
How does a great rivalry first catch fire? Football fans in the Lakota school district may be about to find out tonight.
Conference crowns will be claimed this weekend
Nine league footballl championships will be decided this weekend, and most games also have playoff implications.
St. Ignatius major roadblock for St. X
The game is billed as the Cheerios Bowl.
St. Xavier (7-0) and Cleveland St. Ignatius (7-1), the two Ohio high school football teams with their pictures on Cheerios Cereal boxes, will meet Saturday in Cleveland.
Football team joins Kings' championship charge
Success breeds success. A good example is Kings High School, where teams already have won six of eight Fort Ancient Valley Conference championships, one fewer than the Knights won the entire 1998-99 school year.
St. Xavier moves up to No 1. in poll
St. Xavier's 30-13 victory over Elder catapulted the Bombers into first place in The Cincinnati Enquirer's Division I football coaches poll.
Ryle vs. Boone County: More than just a rivalry
Big Brother will be antsy tonight. Boone County High School, long its county's football power, has lost to little brother Ryle three consecutive seasons. Last year, the margin was stunning: 33-0.
Boone back has big gains, little to say
Getting Boone County junior tailback/linebacker Timmy King to talk about what he does on the football field is harder than stopping him during the game.
Playoff scramble heats up in N.Ky.
The high school football playoff picture is starting to come into focus for Northern Kentucky teams.
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