Ryan sophomore shortstop Manny Torralba is much better today after taking a hard grounder to the face, according to Ryan head coach Bret Warnack.
It didn’t take long for Ryan graduate Javy Guerra to find a new home in the majors.
Major League Baseball’s opening day is only a couple of weeks away, but Ryan alumnus Javy Guerra was dealt some pretty bad news on Sunday.
A few months ago, it looked as if J.T. Williams was headed to the Southeastern Conference.
Then a few weeks ago, the stress mounted as Williams’ options to play college football dwindled.
Before last weekend, Ryan senior defensive end was committed to Louisiana-Monroe and planned on taking an official visit to Boise State before national signing day.
Then Vanderbilt came in and ruined all those plans.
We’re less than 24 hours away from national signing day, and one of Ryan’s biggest recruits still has a decision to be made.
There will be a lot of coaches across the state that won’t get much sleep tonight.
The tossing, turning and late-night pacing will be a result of the University Interscholastic League’s release of its biennial realignment and reclassification at 9 a.m. tomorrow.
When I first started out working here, I figured out there was still a lot of random items in my desk, something that’s probably true just about everywhere.
Well, I came across this Ryan football banquet program from 2001, the year the Raiders won the first of two Class 4A state championships. In honor of Ryan’s football banquet tonight, I figured the Ryan folks would get a kick out of it.
Click on the following link and you’ll be able to take a closer at the program from 12 years ago.
With national signing day rapidly approaching, Ryan senior defensive end Sekou Clark moved one step closer to continuing his football career.
The closer it gets to national signing day, the more hectic college football recruiting gets for kids that are still undecided.
Well, we’ve got updates on Ryan defensive linemen J.T. Williams and Sekou Clark.