Announcing The Public League’s free photo policy

Starting today, subscribers to will have the option to receive one high-resolution photo for free each month.

Any photo on can be obtained for free, if you are a subscriber. There are over 1,000 photos on the site, currently. The list price for one high-resolution photo is $14.99 on

All subscribers have to do to request a high-resolution photo is fill out a photo request form. You can find it here.

Once you do that, your photo request will be processed and you will receive your photo via email.


Click here, if you would like to subscribe to The Public League and start receiving high-resolution photos.

By | April 13th, 2017|Announcements, Basketball, Football|

Phillips 2019 athlete Joseph Thompson receives Toledo offer

Phillips sophomore athlete Joseph Thompson has picked up a scholarship offer from Toledo, he announced via Twitter on Wednesday.

The offer is Thompson’s second, according to Scout. He earned an offer from Northern Illinois earlier this offseason.

Thompson played wide receiver and cornerback for the Wildcats as a sophomore. He will be a junior next season.

By | April 13th, 2017|Football, Phillips, Recruiting|

‘I do it for him’: Vocational’s Marzell Tiffith plays for his father, Marteace Tiffith

Vocational’s Marzell Tiffith in the first half of the CPLBCA all-star game.

By: Eric Van Dril   |   April 11, 2017

If you’re looking for what motivates Marzell Tiffith on the basketball court, look down — at the tattoo on his right forearm.

Tiffith’s tattoo, as you can see above, reads “R.i.p. Dad”.

Tiffith’s tattoo honors his father, Marteace Tiffith, who died in March of 2016. He was shot multiple times outside of the family’s home in Auburn Gresham. Marteace Tiffith, a father of five who worked at UIC, died from his injuries a little less than two weeks later.

Marzell Tiffith played for his father throughout his senior season at Vocational. He once again played for him on Saturday, April 8, when he finished with 36 points and nine rebounds in the CPLBCA all-star game.

“I did it for my dad,” Tiffith, a 6-foot-3 combo guard, said afterward. “This game, it’s an all-star game, so I felt like I can have fun and play well. I do this for my daddy, though.”

Tiffith had a somewhat inconsistent senior season, he added.

“I was kind of up and down when my daddy passed,” he explained, “but I’m starting to do better — way better — and playing through it.”


By | April 11th, 2017|Basketball|