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St. Hubert star riding high

When she’s not leading the St. Hubert soccer team to the playoffs, Ashley Andalis spends time riding horses and helping others.

Ryan’s O’Neil defensive about new position

Hailey O’Neil has played just about everywhere. She’s played every midfield position, she’s played forward and she chipped in at stopper when needed.

Cardinals flying to the soccer HOF

When Steve Schmidt and Larry Teal started thinking about a Cardinal Dougherty High School soccer hall of fame, they knew it would take a lot of work. They also knew the school had a lot of quality soccer players who deserved recognition.

Ryan volleyball team raises money for suicide prevention

The Archbishop Ryan girls volleyball team recently held a fundraiser for Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. The team, led by coach Nora Kramer (Ryan class of 1973), sold T-shirts and raised more than $500. The money went to Ryan’s guidance office for materials and supplies on suicide prevention and awareness. ••

Mom on his mind

While Terrell Bagby’s mom is dealing with kidney issues, the senior is taking care of business at home and on the football field at Northeast.

Hagan a heady player for unbeaten Bambies

Maria Hagan did everything she could to help the St. Hubert soccer team win last year.

Habilaj keeping Crusaders on the run

Davis Habilaj is used to running around, clearing things out and setting the table.

Little Flower’s Robbins has championship dreams

Little Flower senior Brooke Robbins has become an exceptional leader for the Sentinels this season. 

Holy Family sophomore having a blast

Confidence can be a huge thing.

Coyle sees big things ahead for Crusaders

Sean Coyle put on 30 pounds of muscle since last season, which has helped him against larger PCL foes.