The Loyola Bulldogs basketball team has been on fire. Sophomore point guard Pierre Mitchell is on track for a single season assist record, and Loyola is currently 80 in the Catholic AA league before the playoffs began Feb.
The Frederick Douglass Hurricanes have a long basketball history, with three district championships and one city championship in the last five years, and they came within a three-point shot from winning the district championship last year. Redemption could be right around the corner.
In the late afternoon of Feb. 4, Gabriela Gonzales stood in front of the mirror, exhaling. Her fingers diving, one in front of the other, creating one long braid down her back. Aside from her, Le’Reatha Burrell paced back and forth as gospel singer Smokie Norful rang through her ears.
The NBA All-Star game, held on Feb. 14 in Toronto, marked a big opportunity for the Detroit Pistons’ Andre Drummond.
In early 2015, when heavily recruited running back Michael Weber found himself in the middle of a major decision -- whether to attend college and play football at the University of Michigan or the Ohio State University, he remembered words of wisdom Cass Tech football head coach Thomas Wilcher passed on to him. “Coach Wilcher is just a caring guy that wants to see his players win at life,” said Weber, who selected the Buckeyes.
By Joi Arnold and Kaelyn CollinsStaff Writers The CT Visionary staff was present when Detroit-area athletes signed their National Letters of Intent on Feb.
On Feb. 3, King High School senior standout LaVert Hill announced he was signing a National Letter of Intent to play football at the University of Michigan. The CT Visionary's Rassoull James interviewed Hill in November, following the PAL championship.
[gallery type="slideshow" link="none" size="large" ids="2869,2871,2870,2873,2872"] King defeats Lowell to win Division 2 State Championship By Jaleel Taylor Crusaders’ Chronicle Inside the walls of King High, the energy from students and staff is high! Martin Luther King Jr.
By James Ceasar Voice of the Ville Friday the 13th is a day that East English Village Preparatory Academy basketball players, Kamari Newman, Chris Rollins and Jaylin McFadden will never forget, but not because it was unlucky. That was the day the three student athletes committed to their respective universities. EEV’s basketball team is known for producing great prospects and sending players to the next level, but these three are the cream of the crop.
By Taylor Gribble RHS Stentor On Nov.12, Renaissance hosted its annual powder puff game, during which the roles were reversed and the boys cheered and coached from the sidelines as the girls played a heated game consisting of 10-minute halves. As a tradition, the freshmen competed against the juniors and the sophomores competed against the seniors.
By Shanika Kelly and Emier Metcalf The Cody Connection Go to a Comet’s football game and you might see Cody alum Marc Bland on the sideline cheering for the team. “And when I attend, I get right down on the sidelines; I don’t mess around,” said Bland, who supports Cody on and off the field. Lately Bland has been working with others fighting to reinstate Cody’s football coaches, who are still suspended after an Oct.
By Keely Cruse CT Visionary On Nov.
By Odalis Pena-Guzman and Andres Gonzalez The Western Express Following last school year’s championship season, Western International High School boys basketball head coach Derrick McDowell is confident in a repeat. The team is full of players with experience and the hunger to repeat, but the players will have to work harder to be prepared mentally and physically for the season, McDowell said.