Last we checked, legendary basketball coach Floyd Irons was serving a 12-month sentence in federal prison for mortgage fraud. Just prior to his 2008 sentencing, came even more bad news: The Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) stripped the coach and Vashon High School of thr ... More >>
Jennifer SilverbergBonner in the gym last year.Vashon High School boys' basketball coach Anthony Bonner told me today that he's hung up his high-school whistle in order to pursue a new career opportunity with the New York Knicks.Bonner quit substitute teaching at Vashon in December and spent his las ... More >>
"Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said the 'ultimate measure of a man is
not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he
stands at times of challenge and controversy.'"Those words resonated last week after I interviewed...[whose name goes here?]."It's news quiz time, boys and ... More >>
When Unreal stumbled out of bed, picked up copy of Tuesday's Post-Dispatch and flipped to the Metro section, it took a few seconds to wrap our puny little brain around this headline:
"Floyd Irons is out of prison, back to basics -- helping kids."
See, last we heard, Irons -- illustrious basketball ... More >>