"The most I've lost was around 10 to 12 pounds," said Jose Gomez, a senior at Sickles High. To an average teenager, losing this kind of weight would seem extreme, but for wrestlers like Jose and Sebastian Franco, that's only the beginning.
With Major League Baseball free agency in full effect, baseball fans around the nation are bewildered at the rapid signings and confused about the status of their favorite players. While some teams have decided to rise from the inept into the grander tiers of baseball, others have trudged through the sluggish …
Life for the average International Baccalaureate student is a constant balancing act between school, sleep, keeping up a social life and any other obligations he or she may have. If IB students are lucky, they're able to pick two of the options above. Having good grades and a booked social calendar often means running …
It is a long road to the state finals. For the Robinson High flag football team, the Lady Knights, it meant dozens of demanding practices, intense workouts and defeating 18 opponents.
In a town where young girls dream of growing up to become the next Strawberry Queen, Chelsea Baker, at age 5, had other plans. She dreamed of playing baseball.
BY ARYAN PATIDAR
King High School
Russell Westbrook, NBA
Oklahoma City Thunder
Russell Westbrook continues to electrify the league with dynamic shooting and energetic athleticism. In the random absences of star Kevin Durant, …
Audra Leipold, Academy at the Lakes
With the NFL playoffs upon us, many around the nation are debating which team will emerge from the slugfest. Countless storylines have been swirling, including whether defending champion Seattle Seahawks will be able to reclaim their title and whether the aging Tom Brady can sustain another deep run in the postseason …
In the quiet home of Bonita Copeland and her son Leshawn Williams, life seems ordinary. A flat-screen television hums in the living room, where Williams, a walker by his side, sits on the plush red sofa, surrounded by Xbox controllers. But for the former athlete, adjusting to life as an amputee, nothing is ordinary.
Long-time softball athlete Skylar Martinez didn't injure herself playing softball. It was during a middle school flag football game in January 2013 that Martinez damaged her shoulder, ending her softball career.