Even as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, Webster University recently announced it is investing over $1 million to offer 10 students a full-ride Dr. Donald M. Suggs Scholarship annually.
In last week’s American, we highlighted some of the area’s top high school football players who were playing in the alternative fall season (spring season) on the Missouri side of the river.
On this episode, we’re going to talk a little spring high school football and also cover some big recruiting news concerning two very talented high school basketball players from the area.
The former Westminster Christian Academy standout is a member of the undefeated Gonzaga Bulldogs, who are set to take on Baylor tonight in the national championship game of the NCAA Tournament in Indianapolis. Gonzaga (31-0) is looking to become the first team to win the NCAA championship an…
In response to “The Big Lie” pawned off by a lawfully deposed former president, the state of Georgia has passed several laws designed to reduce ballots cast by Black voters.
Last weekend’s Missouri State High School Activities Association state championships in Springfield was a showcase for some of the St. Louis area’s leading basketball dynasties.
Of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament’s “Sweet 16” teams, just three have Black head coaches. Unfortunately, two must match off for the right to move to the Elite Eight.
The National Basketball Association family lost one of its most legendary figures in Elgin Baylor, who passed away on Monday. He was 86.
The New Orleans Pelicans became the first major sports franchise in America to announce “some” of its players and staff had received a first vaccination shot.
The St. Louis metro area will be well represented in this year’s upcoming NCAA Tournament. There are 13 players from the area who will be playing in the “Big Dance,” which begins on Thursday.
St. Louis Blues rookie Dakota Joshua scored a key goal in his team’s 5-4 win over the Anaheim Ducks last week and became one of a growing number of NHL players of color.