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  • Butler playing for much more than just itself

    Butler playing for much more than just itself
    HOUSTON — Richmond and Cleveland State were the 1980s pioneers, charming and obscure underdogs who crashed the NCAA basketball tournament's Sweet 16. Loyola Marymount, Rhode Island and Gonzaga went a step beyond during the '90s, reaching the...
  • Mason, ODU appear assured of NCAA bids

    Mason, ODU appear assured of NCAA bids
    By any standard, this was the best regular season in Colonial Athletic Association basketball history. Now comes the hard part. Authoring an equally riveting postseason. The challenge starts with the conference tournament, which runs Friday-Monday at...
  • Woodside duo adapts to new roles for Boo Williams' elite AAU team

    Woodside duo adapts to new roles for Boo Williams' elite AAU team
    Adrienne Motley and Alecia Bell, stars on their Woodside High basketball team, say that becoming role players on Boo Williams' elite 16-and-under squad isn't difficult. Both have played AAU travel ball for years — in Motley's case, she began when...
  • Mike Berardino: Mason loses 'revolutionary' coach

    Mike Berardino: Mason loses 'revolutionary' coach
    Jim Larranaga doesn't look like a revolutionary. The new basketball coach at the University of Miami doesn't walk around in fatigues or keep an enemies list. No bandana for him. Friday, he wore a conservative suit, orange tie and small "U" pin to go...
  • Vitaletti has been key to Jamestown's baseball surge

    During a season in which the Bay Rivers District baseball Player of the Year race has no real clear-cut leader, one guy to watch closely is Jamestown shortstop Tommy Vitaletti. George Mason-bound Vitaletti, a 5-foot-11, 170-pound senior, is one of six...
  • Singing is spiritual

    Singing is spiritual
    Michelle Cohen Job experience: Cantorial soloist with Temple Beth Am, Margate; cantorial associate with Temple Beth El in Boca Raton; former soprano with Baltimore Opera Chorus, Cincinnati Opera, Sarasota Opera and other companies Other community...
  • Friday (Oct. 22) state high school football scores, area high school box scores and results

    STATE SCORES Abingdon 34, Virginia High 28 Altavista 48, Chatham 21 Amelia County 60, Cumberland 6 Amherst County 38, E.C. Glass 15 Appalachia 42, Pound 21 Appomattox 34, Nelson County 22 Atlee 54, Armstrong 0 Bassett 43, Tunstall 6 Bath County 28,...
  • Grafton's Kyle King wins second straight state cross country title

    THE PLAINS -- On a day when the top-ranked Group AAA runner was beaten at the VHSL state cross country championships, Kyle King made sure there was no upset in the Group AA boys race. The Grafton senior won a sprint to the finish and claimed his second...
  • Old Dominion looks to keep rolling

    Entering his 10th season at Old Dominion, Blaine Taylor sounds a little like a satisfied king surveying his expanding territory. Given that his Monarchs have won 146 games in his last six seasons - best among Virginia's Division I schools – and...
  • Hampton High teammates will be MEAC rivals

    Hampton High girls basketball players Candace Brown and Quineshia Leonard have made their college decisions, and next year they will be going against each other in the MEAC. Brown, the Crabbers' starting point guard last season, has committed to...
  • CAA's depth evident in Monarchs' victory over Dukes

    The inevitable cannibalization within Colonial Athletic Association basketball began Wednesday night. Inevitable because with five teams among the nation's top 100 according to CollegeRPI.com, and a sixth at No. 110, the league's bullies had to start...