On Aug. 9, six storytellers shared how their time under the Friday night lights shaped their youth as part of the Cincy Storytellers Project.
Host Mel Laughman, prep sports editor for the Cincinnati Enquirer, relives her basketball experience at Mount Healthy High School.
La Salle’s longest-tenured coach, Dan Fleming of Summit Country Day, recounts his time as a young basketball coach at the start of his storied 27-year career.
Joe Schoenfeld, the winningest basketball coach in Elder High School history, talks about what it means to be a man of Elder.
Nathaniel Snow shares how playing football in his brothers' shadows at Woodward High School and Miami University taught him to love himself despite the expectations of others.
Mike Daniels, former Enquirer football player of the year, talks about how Princeton and Mother of Mercy High School shaped him as a coach and, ultimately, brought him back to Cincinnati.
Mary Jo Huismann, the "mover of women's high school sports," discusses the shift in women's athletics between the 1970's and when she retired as Mother of Mercy's athletics director in 2011.
Indianapolis Colts player turned commentator and St. Xavier High School graduate Rocky Boiman talks about how contact sports teach kids to get back up again.
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