Victor Reynolds re-surfaces in Texas

It's been a wild and crazy road for Victor Reynolds. He was voted the Wisconsin Prep Athlete of the Year last year as a junior after winning state and national titles in track. Then an investigation into transfers to Oak Creek (Wisc.) got at least four players ruled ineligible for various reasons. Reynolds has resurfaced and is back on top in Texas.
October 4, 2006

Report: Reynolds, Lee ruled ineligible

Two-sport standouts Victor Reynolds and Robert Lee have been ruled ineligible by the WIAA due to "discrepancies in transfer documents". Their results in last month's state track meet have been expunged and they are not permitted to compete in any WIAA sports for a year.
July 12, 2006

The next commit for the big red?

With the recent flurry in recruiting, fans once resigned to just waiting around for commits are now wondering how soon the next one will be. At one point Oak Creek high school's Victor Reynolds was just waiting for the right time and opportunity and he too would join the big red. Is that still the case? Is he still all about the big red? Is it still just a matter of time?
July 1, 2006

Reynolds leaning towards Nebraska

After an exceptional performance at the WIAA track and field championships, Victor Reynolds received some "surprising" news from the University of Wisconsin football program. How will this affect his decision?
June 4, 2006

WIAA track: Big day for Reynolds, Wallace

Two of the top 10 class of 2007 football prospects in the state of Wisconsin led their teams to first- and second-place finishes in the Division 1 WIAA track championships Saturday at Memorial Stadium in La Crosse.
June 3, 2006

Football talent on display at WIAA track meet

Victor Reynolds, John Clay, Lance Kendricks, Gabe Carimi and Marcus Wallace will be among the athletes competing Saturday at the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association track and field championships in La Crosse
June 2, 2006

Two favorites for Reynolds

Oak Creek, Wis., athlete has three written offers; is waiting anxiously for Wisconsin to deliver
May 11, 2006