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Atlanta Vibe Making History

Growing up, girls couldn’t sit in front of the TV and watch their favorite volleyball player play professionally in the United States. That changed when the Pro Volleyball Federation was announced in November 2022 as a new professional women’s league…

How Ta’Vianna Davis keeps the torch lit

Let’s keep it real. Firefighting is a male-dominated profession, and women looking to have a career in the fire service face many barriers, but those barriers didn’t stop Ta’Vianna Davis. From a young age, Davis learned from sports how to…

The Boom Effect

The Riverside EpiCenter was full of young and talented dancers, steppers, and cheerleaders on Saturday, January 27, 2024, for the Boom Cheer & Dance Exhibition. The event was standing-room only as spectators poured into the facility. Ronetta “Phat” Hill created…

YOUNG GIRLS UNDER THE BASKET

You might wonder why a young hooper would want to be a post player. You take pride in being a post-player when you’re as dominant as Shania Ruff and Jasealynn Mason. Both girls have the strength, skills, and size to…

YOUNG & TALENTED: LANDRY BASS

While some athletes focus on one sport, Landry Bass loves two. The multi-sport athletes are some of the best athletes. Bass plays basketball and softball. Motivation is vital for players to be able to play two sports, and she has…

QUEENS OF THE COURT

One of the most popular topics at any tournament is debating who the best players are. From the start of the KB Sports Queen of the Court Tournament to the last game, there were players whose talent separated them from…

THE NEXT GENERATION: EMILY RIVERA

The next generation of ballers is up-and-coming; many are still in elementary school.  At just nine years old, Emily Rivera has extraordinary talent and ability. She was one of the best players on the hardwood in her age division. Don’t…

QUEEN OF THE POST: LYRIC GREEN

Over the years, we’ve seen a decline in post-play in basketball. These days most post players want to pop out to the three-point line rather than play in the post. Many argue that it’s an inefficient shot, clogs up the…

NEW MONTH, NEW GOALS

So you’ve decided that you’re ready for a fresh start to kick off the new month: set new goals, try new things, or make your next move.  Buuut now that the initial rush of excitement has turned into a wave…

TWO CAN PLAY THAT GAME

When it comes to hooping, stopping Kyla Greene and Savannah Robinson-Holmes is difficult. The two are almost unstoppable when they’re on the floor together.  The Langston Hughes High School duo is special. When they play, they work flawlessly off each…