In what has been touted as “The 100-Year Game” and the “Rivalry of the Century,” this Friday Guntersville High School (9-0) will visit Albertville High School (4-4), marking the 100th time that these two Alabama football teams have met.
This Wednesday and Thursday, the opulent 4,000-seat Birmingham CrossPlex will be the site for the 44th annual Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) girls volleyball Elite 8 State Championships.
At 6:15 p.m. Friday, the crème de la crème of large-enrollment Alaska football will converge on Anchorage Football Stadium for the 2014 Alaska School Activities Association (ASAA) First National Bowl Large School state championship.
In that game, cross-town rivals South Anchorage and West Anchorage will wage a physical battle for the right to hoist the ASAA title trophy. Both South and West are members of the Cook Inlet Conference.
This Wednesday through Friday, there will be all kinds of spiking, digging and setting going on as 32 teams compete for five state championships at the 2014 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) State Girls Volleyball Championships.
The event, which will be held at four sites (Siegel, Stewarts Creek and Blackman High Schools; Siegel Middle School) in Murfreesboro and Rutherford County, will culminate on Friday with state champions crowned in on Classes AAA, AA and A, and Division II-A and Division II-AA.
On Tuesday, two of Colorado’s top girls volleyball teams will take the court for what promises to be an exciting and intense showdown.
In that match, Lewis-Palmer – which is 17-0 and the No. 1 team in the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) Class 4A rankings ‑ will visit Chaparral, which sports a 12-6 record and is ranked No. 5 in CHSAA Class 5A.
This Friday, two neighboring Illinois football teams sporting glittering win-loss records and many commonalities will meet in a pivotal game.
In that contest, Athens/Greenview (6-1) will visit Williamsville (7-0) in what appears to be a very evenly matched Sangamo Conference game.
This Saturday, the opulent Carolina Natatorium housed in the Sol Blatt P.E. Center on the University of South Carolina campus will be the setting for the 2014 South Carolina High School League (SCHSL) boys and girls state swimming championships.
When the smoke clears, state champions in SCHSL Classes AAAA (the state’s largest enrollment classification) and AAA (second-largest) will be crowned.