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  • Saturday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Old Dominion wrestlers second in MAC tournament entering finals

    COLLEGES: Wrestling: Old Dominion stood second among eight teams after one day of the Mid-American Conference championships and put four wrestlers into the finals. The Monarchs had 76.5 points, while host Missouri was well in front with 122. ODU's...
  • Sunday's 3/8 local schedule (updated Sunday AM with matchups and high school additions)

    COLLEGES Men’s basketball CAA semifinals (at Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore): No. 5 Hofstra vs. No. 1 William and Mary, 2:30 No. 3 Northeastern vs. No. 2 UNC Wilmington, 5 Wrestling Mid-American Conference tournament (in Columbia, Mo.;...
  • William & Mary alumnus among 3 killed in Norfolk plane crash

    William & Mary alumnus among 3 killed in Norfolk plane crash
    Three people, including an alumnus of the College of William and Mary, were killed when their plane crashed in the Norfolk Botanical Garden Wednesday morning, according to Virginia State Police. The plane was found at about 7:20 a.m. in the Enchanted...
  • Sunday's 2/15 local schedule (updated Saturday AM)

    COLLEGES Men’s basketball Washington Adventist at Apprentice, 2 Women’s basketball Apprentice at Concordia (Ala.), 1 College of Charleston at William and Mary, 2 Wrestling Old Dominion at Central Michigan, 2 U.S. Collegiate...
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  • Slavery took hold on the York River

     Slavery took hold on the York River
    Slavery may not have been born on the banks of the York River. But the rich alluvial soil that made the region's sweet-scented tobacco so popular and profitable during the late 1600s provided the historic ground where Virginia's slave culture took root...
  • William and Mary's pursuit of NCAA bid begins against Elon

    BALTIMORE — William and Mary earned the benefits that go with being the Colonial Athletic Association's No. 1 seed: an extra day to prepare, and a chance to scout Saturday's quarterfinal foe, which must play on short rest. The downside is that the...
  • Friday's local interest college basketball roundup: Va. Wesleyan hits 15 3-pointers in NCAA first-round win

    Virginia Wesleyan sank 15 3-pointers Friday and beat John Carroll 101-86 in the NCAA Division III tournament's first round in Wayne, N.J. Warwick High graduate Breven Lyons’ 18 points and Kecoughtan alum Kaelin Poe’s 13 rebounds helped the...
  • Sports TV and radio: Saturday's 3/7 log (updated Saturday AM with matchups)

    7:30 a.m.    Soccer: FA Cup round 6: Reading at Bradford City.--FS1 7:30 a.m.    Golf: Africa Open third round (in East London, South Africa).--Golf 8 a.m.    Tennis: Davis Cup first round (doubles): U.S. at Great Britain and Switzerland at Belgium.--...
  • Friday's multi-sport local and college roundup: NN's One City Marathon gains clear favorite in Morseman

    RUNNING: Newport News’ inaugural One City Marathon now has a clear-cut men’s favorite. Flat-Out Events, which is producing the March 15 race, announced that Bryan Morseman of Addison, N.Y., has signed up. Morseman, 29,  has won 15 of the...
  • Farmers find unique ways to defraud federal insurance plans

    A handful of farmers have found creative ways to defraud federal farm programs in recent years. There was the North Carolina couple who faked hail damage to their crops by telling workers to throw ice cubes and scatter mothballs onto a tomato field;...