In a historic football season, Brentwood’s Lions put Corn Country on the map by winning the 2018 California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Division 1A state championship.
After last year’s 9-4 campaign that led Freedom all the way to the North Coast Section (NCS) Division I championship game for the second conse…
After a 1-9 season last year, Brentwood’s Heritage High Patriots are taking the field this season with a renewed sense of optimism.
After earning the No. 1 seed in the North Coast Section Division I playoffs last season, the Antioch Panthers appeared to have their second op…
Four of five Deer Valley High School all-league players from last season’s 4-6 squad have graduated, and now a host of mostly inexperienced re…
Over the three-year existence of the elite North Coast Section (NCS) Open Division playoffs, Pittsburg High School has never been absent.
Nebraska and Boston College both have to win recruiting battles on the road, primarily for three-star targets, says Mike Farrell of Rivals.com.
NU's top running back got some work in during practice this week, and other notes from the Husker head coach ahead of Friday's game.
State Journal beat reporters Colten Bartholomew and Jim Polzin are back to break down the Gophers canceling the Battle for Paul Bunyan's Axe due to a COVID-19 outbreak.
Iowa has won both of the last two meetings by a late field goal yet will host the Huskers as (roughly) two-TD favorites Friday.
Tucson Unified School District, along with other public school districts in Pima County, has canceled the football season due to COVID-19 concerns.
While most of his snaps this season have come at left guard (552 snaps), Elgton Jenkins also has seen time at right tackle (32), left tackle (25) and center (54).
Iowa is only allowing 2.64 yards per carry this season. That's really good. Matt Lubick discusses how his team can get a ground game going Friday.
Erik Chinander: "You can't blame the players saying we don't have the right players, because that's not an excuse."
Times sports writers James Boyd and Mike Clark discuss the latest Region sports news, including Merrillville star JoJo Johnson's verbal commitment to Notre Dame and Hobart breaking through to the Class 4A state final.
The former Husker captain will miss the next two games of the NFL season for violating the league's performance-enhancing drugs policy.
"I haven't really won a big championship before. I've won some little championships when I was younger but nothing like state. So going into college, I really want to win a national championship, especially being at Notre Dame."