• Sports

Twin magic

Whether it’s in the pool or playing field hockey, Jenn and Megan Campbell are motivating each other to help Little Flower earn Catholic League wins.

Early riser Basileo standing tall for Little Flower

Sometimes being the younger sibling gives you a chance to enjoy the successes of your older family member.

Pushing forward

Kyle Johnson-Hackett loves to mix it up with the big guys, and a switch from defensive back to defensive line has allowed the Ryan grad to excel at Chestnut Hill.

Washington’s Sealey paving the way for the future

Thanks to tough losses and two forfeits, the Eagles are winless, but their senior leader is doing his best to help his young team improve.

Better than ever

A serious injury kept Allston Augustin on the sidelines a year ago. Now, the quarterback is the unquestioned leader of the Lincoln football team.

Guess clearing every hurdle to lead Ryan soccer

Monte Guess was just trying to find a way to stay in shape for soccer.

Goal oriented

Learning soccer? No problem.

Caranci has sights set on health, championship

Juliana Caranci makes a much better soccer player than cheerleader.

Animal instincts

When he’s not taming the competition on the Archbishop Ryan football field, Dylan Dopkin is caring for his numerous pets — including four dogs, guinea pigs, mice and frogs — at his Northeast home.

SFBN continues to highlight high school talent

The foundation started in Northeast High School.