The 18th annual AutoZone Liberty Bowl High School Football All-Star Game named its two head coaches today. Douglass High’s Preston Harris will lead the Blue Team while Fairley’s Gene Robinson will coach the Red.
The Memphis chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame honored 11 high school seniors and two college seniors from the University of Memphis and Rhodes at its annual Black Tie Dinner on the Rhodes College Campus on Monday night.
The college football early signing period was busy for Memphis area schools. Multiple high school football players in the area signed national letters of intent with top college football programs on Wednesday.
The nation’s top ranked inside linebacker is now a Georgia Bulldog. Nakobe Dean, the 2018 MS Gatorade Player of the Year, chose the Bulldogs over Ole Miss, LSU and Alabama during the early national signing period on Wednesday.
Whitehaven High School football’s reputation as a pipeline for top college football programs is strong after another successful national signing day. Five Tigers signed to Division I schools during the early national signing period on Wednesday.
Memphis may be known as Hoops City, but it’s also home to elite high school football talent. Two of the biggest prep football stars in the 901 were recognized at the Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Awards in Nashville on Sunday.
The Collierville Dragons football team will play its homecoming game against Wooddale High School in a new home on Friday--a brand new 5,000-seat facility that rivals most high school stadiums in Shelby County.
One of the Top Prep Football Coaches in the Memphis area is stepping down to spend more time with his Family. Kevin Locastro has Coached at CBHS for the past 15 years. His Purple Wave teams earned State
Something had to give between Whitehaven and Maryville. A rematch of last year's Class 6A title game, with both the Tigers and Rebels 14-and-0 on the season. Whitehaven hoping leading on Ole Miss commit
The Covington Chargers were hoping to put the exclamation point on their perfect season with the Class 4A State Championship...but Fulton had other plans. It couldn't have started any better for Covington.