A state championship in cross country was the crown jewel of Greenwood Christian’s 2018-19 school year, adding to an exciting fall in football for the Hawks.
Emerald’s 2018-19 school year in sports was defined by the Vikings girls’ basketball team’s run to the Upper State championship. Index-Journal Player of the Year Quadijah Moore washed away two years of third-round disappointment to reach the program’s first Upper State.
Kalisha Hill stumbled on one hurdle last year and spoiled hopes that she’d win a state title in her favorite event: the 100-meter hurdles.
After giving up three hits and three runs in the seventh inning of a crucial region game, the old Sean Adams might have folded under pressure and given in to frustration.
Jeremiah Boyd entered his senior season as Dixie’s most experienced runner and the unquestioned leader of the team. When he practiced for his events, however, he often felt like a freshman.
The past two seasons put a perfect cap on a career of more than 30 years for Greenwood High School boys soccer coach George Sugden.
When Molly Wanning was five years old, she dominated the soccer field in the YMCA league with the first coach she ever had, now-Cambridge soccer coach Robert Rooney.
To Greenwood coach Dan Pippin, the only thing out of place Friday in the Eagles’ spring practice was the assortment of different colored helmets.