High School Sports

Scholar Athlete: Northside pitcher, Sidney Mathis

Nearly ten years ago, Sidney Mathis broke her arm while cheerleading.  That injury caused her to re-think her extra curricular activities.   "I decided to change sports completely and I started to play softball and I've been doing it ever since," said Mathis. It's a decision she doesn't regret since softball has become a big part of her life. But that arm she broke years ago is being used now more than ever as she uses it on a daily basis to pitch.   "It'...

Scholar Athlete: Shaw volleyball captain, Kianna Greene

Kianna Greene's love for volleyball started on the sideline.   "In middle school I was the manager for the volleyball team and so seeing volleyball, I really wanted to get into it," she said. "So I learned the skill and tried out my freshman year and made it."   Fast forward a couple of years and Greene is now a senior captain on the Shaw Raiders squad.  Her love for the game has only gotten stronger.   "It was my first time really being a ...

Scholar Athlete: Harris County linebacker, Gage Lee

For Gage Lee, playing linebacker has one major perk.   "I get to hit people almost every single play."   Lee was once a lineman who made the transition to linebacker back in middle school. But he has become the physical player and leader he is by taking part in another sport, wrestling.   "You learn a lot more about yourself as a person and that really helps transfer over to football because if you know more about yourself you can help more

Scholar Athlete: Callaway volleyball player, Breeanne Moncus

It's just another day of practice for Breeanne Moncus. She's spending time in the gym doing a sport she picked up a few years back.   "I fell in love with the way the teams came together and the way the energy was during the game," she said. "Especially on that last point whether it's win or lose, 

Scholar Athlete: Opelika football player, RaKavius Chambers

It was November of his junior year when RaKavius Chambers received his first D-I offer to play football.   "I didn't think I'd ever get a scholarship so when I got that first scholarship I was like I can do this," Chambers said. "So I kept playing hard and other offers came in and that felt good."   More than ten D-1 offers to be exact, including the school Chambers verbally committed to back in April: Duke University. He knew it was the school ...

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