Jentsch named first-team all-state on AP
Teammate Messer an honorable mention choice
At 6-foot-4 and 240-pounds, John Jentsch was able to use his size for more than just pushing people around.
The senior was named the firstteam punter on the Associated Press Class A All-State football team.
Jentsch averaged 41.2 yards per kick and placed 11 punts inside the 20-yard line. Full Story
On the rebound: Milano finally puts away Thorndale
In test of crosscounty rivals, Eagles win battle of the boards
What a difference a year makes.
The last t ime Milano and Thorndale met on the basketball court it was 2010 and the game went into overtime, with the Bulldogs winning a close game.
When the teams met in 2009 in Thorndale it was a last second three point shot that lifted Thorndale over the Eagles. Full Story
Skubal’s one season wonder ends in state nod
I n what was surely one of the greatest single-season performances in RHS history, Cody Skubal’s record setting year just received validation when he was named honorable mention on the Associated Press Class 3A All- State team Wednesday. Full Story
Lady Tigers chalk up 10th win
First double-digit victory total since 2006
While it wasn’t exactly breakneck speed, the Rockdale Lady Tigers did control the pace of the game and the result was a low maintenance 35-23 victory over Thrall on the road Tuesday night
The Lady Tigers surged to 10-5 on the season with their district slate just around the corner. Full Story
Tigers get on a roll, posting third consecutive victory
Skubal posts fifth straight doubledouble in Tuesday night win
When Columbus tried a strategy of trying to cutoff Rockdale’s path to the basket, the Tigers simply concentrated on the outside instead.
The per imeter a lter nat ive worked and the result was a 45- 32 victory Tuesday night in Tiger Gymnasium.
The Tigers, who were 9-16 last season, improved to 7-6 on the year. Full Story
No. 9 Lady Dogs tip off district slate with win
Thorndale sweeps to Franklin Tournament title
The No. 7 Thorndale Lady Dogs opened up 27-2A play on Tuesday night with a road win at Lexington, winning 41-19.
The Lady Dogs had to work the first half of play, leading by just three at the break at 17-14.
Thorndale’s daunting defense took charge of the second half and held the Lady Eagles to just five second half points. Full Story
Terminator Messer defensive player of the year in district
Millar newcomer of the year, Jentsch first-team both ways
Showing promise for next season’s Milano Eagles football team, a couple of their younger players were singled out as the All-District 13A team was announced.
Junior linebacker Dominique Messer was named the defensive player of the year and sophomore running back Jordan Millar was tabbed as the newcomer of the year. Full Story
Rockdale 45, Columbus 32
COLUMBUS ( 4 -7) — Masank 6,
Masirk 5, James 2, Shorter 3, Binder
3, Parkhurst 3, Denley 2, Stevens
7, Theat 2.
McKendrick named first-team on both sides of the football
133 players named to a crowded alldistrict team
In a league filled with versatile and talented players, Thorndale’s Steven McKendrick found a way to make his presence known.
The speedy senior was named first team as a defensive back and wide receiver on the District 12-2A squad. Full Story
Lady Eagles bop Bosqueville at home
Milano girls had just one game over week after their tournament in Round Top-Carmine was cancelled and school official could not find a replacement game.
The L ady Eagles defeated Bosqueville 54-28 on Tuesday night at Geneva Paceley Gym in improve their record to 4-5 o the season. Full Story