Articles in High Schools
It was old school versus new age when West-Oak and Walhalla mixed it up Friday night in a Week 0 matchup at Warrior Field. And when 48 minutes were in the books, it was a wide-open Razorback attack that won the Apple Bowl, 33-13 — and wowed the visiting fans.
West-Oak and Walhalla have suffered through years of struggle on the gridiron, with winning seasons a rarity and playoff dreams dashed early in their campaigns. That lack of success has ratcheted up the rivalry between the schools, who play once at the beginning of the year and again at the end.
Just four months removed from leaving Daniel High School, Randy Robinson is coming home tonight — much to his chagrin.
Four covers, one magazine, all the information you need to get ready for the 2016 high school football season.
Last season — one that ended in the second round of the Class 3A state playoffs — Daniel High School volleyball coach Tina Hall felt like she was “playing from behind” much of the year. While the Lions had plenty of talent, meshing that talent into a team took some time.
The Seneca, Daniel and West-Oak football teams tried to beat the heat with early morning conditioning on Friday, while Walhalla players waited for the sun to begin the process of setting — and then waited out a lightning delay — before setting foot on the gridiron.