Branisha Spincer, JRNOLA Sports Mentored by Jim Rapier, JRNOLA Board Member Coming into Sunday’s game against the New York Jets at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, the New Orleans Saints may have had a full plate mentally, but the Saints managed to escape with a 31- 19… Read More »Saints Ground the Jets at Home
Branisha Spincer, JRNOLA Sports Entering today’s matchup between the (8-3) Saints and (8-3) Panthers, everyone was watching the highly anticipated matchup of the quarterbacks, and for good reason. Brees, a PHD of the game setting the NFL record books on fire, and Cam Newton, a… Read More »Saints devour Panthers, still hungry for more
Tulane upset the University of Houston Cougars 20-17 on Nov. 18, washing them out of the Big Easy. With this win over Houston, there’s still hope in seeing Tulane in a bowl game this year, which they haven’t been able to make since 2013. In… Read More »Green Wave defeats Houston Cougars on Tulane Senior Night 20-17
Tulane’s Homecoming Game against Cincinnati at Yulman Stadium, also known as the “Ocean,” had fans on the edge of their seats this past Saturday. Cincinnati held on to a one point lead in the half, holding off the Green Wave to a final 17-16 win. The… Read More »Tulane University Homecoming Game Report
With the rapid escalation of competition for a high schooler’s time, it becomes more and more difficult for student-athletes to excel in the locker room and the classroom. That is why the Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback Club chooses to honor two high school seniors… Read More »Saints and Pelicans Leadership Committed to Our Community
United States soccer has always been characterized by the ever growing fan support it has received. The biggest example of this is when the United States played host to the 1994 World Cup, which saw the USMNT make it to the knockout round while losing… Read More »Could NOLA become the Soccer Capital of the South?
Every Tuesday at Rock-n-Bowl, the Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback club holds a luncheon. At these weekly luncheons, they honor two high school scholar athletes for their achievements on and off the field followed by a variety of speakers including high school college and… Read More »Saints Hall-of-Famer Rickey Jackson discusses Colin Kaepernick, NFL support and life after football
Step one of the JRNOLA “trial by fire” initiation includes covering Friday Night prep football with WGSO and CresentCitySports.com. JRNOLA sports writer and Kipp Renaissance Senior, Branisha Spincer, is hunkered down rounding up scores and updates by all old school and new tech means… phone… Read More »So… you want to be a sports writer?
By Claire Dinwiddie, Dominican High School Caitlin Piper, Mentor Photos by Stephanie Mayer, St Mary’s Dominican High School Whether it be dribbling down the basketball court or helping build an elementary school playground, the NBA works hard on everything they do. On Friday, February 17, 2017,… Read More »Switching Hoops for Helping Hands, the NBA Gives Back to the Community
By Brogan Hausknecht, St Mary’s Dominican High School Mentored by Barri Bronston Photos by Stephanie Mayer, St Mary’s Dominican High School It was raining, it was pouring, but the gloomy weather did not stop the NBA All Star players from constructing a playground for William Hart… Read More »KaBOOM! A New Playground is Here!