With the NCSHAA football playoffs nearing an end and the wrestling season coming into full swing, many area athletes begin to shed their gridiron weight to become leaner, stronger wrestlers.
The Chase Trojans aim for a better season in 2014, but Trojans coach Joe Jessen believes those wins will not come easy.
The Chase High School Lady Trojans’ newest coach, Chad Watkins, knows he has nowhere to go but up after last years’ team finished with a 1-22 record.
Chase wrestling coach Adam Dedmon believes his team put in the work in the offseason to become one of the area’s elite squads.
The Chase High School swim team has a new coaching staff that looks to further the school's strong swimming program.
The East Rutherford Cavaliers proved they're Rutherford County's top team after picking up their fourth consecutive Rutherford County Championship with a 24-7 win against Chase.
The East Rutherford Cavaliers won the Rutherford County Championship after crushing the Chase Trojans 24-7, just four days after besting fellow county rival R-S Central 16-6.
The Chase Trojans look to play spoiler as they host cross-county rival East Rutherford in tonight’s regular season finale.
Daily Courier Sports Editor Jimmy Potts and Sports Reporters Jacob Conley and Bill McDaniel discuss this week's football games in the latest edition of the Sportscast.
As the high school football season nears its final week the playoff picture usually becomes clearer, but East Rutherford's 16-6 upset over R-S Central made postseason prognostications much hazier.