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  • Parkland High football team two-way lineman Noel Brouse commits to Syracuse

    Parkland High football team two-way lineman Noel Brouse commits to Syracuse
    Parkland rising senior lineman Noel Brouse has given a verbal commitment to play football at Syracuse. The 6-6, 255-pound Brouse registered 44 tackles, four sacks, six quarterback pressures and six tackles for loss for the Trojans as a defensive lineman...
  • Penn State's home schedule a 'challenge,' but not in the conventional sense

    By the time Army West Point visits Beaver Stadium on Oct. 3, Penn State football fans might have home-game fatigue. As Penn State's fourth consecutive home game — and with homecoming to follow a week later — the date sits as a challenge on...
  • Penn State gets its first commitment from a punter

    Penn State gets its first commitment from a punter
    Blake Gillikin, a punter from Georgia, announced Sunday that he has committed to Penn State's 2016 recruiting class. Here's why that's important. Gillikin, who also had offers from Georgia, Vanderbilt and Kentucky, is the nation's fourth-ranked punter,...
  • Satellite football camps such as Penn State's at ODU a win-win

     Satellite football camps such as Penn State's at ODU a win-win
    NORFOLK — Cars prowled the side streets near Old Dominion's football complex Thursday night, searching for parking places. Lots were full, lines long and hopes high as approximately 1,000 young men, many accompanied by family members, flocked to a...
  • USC Now mailbag: Position changes and recruiting

    USC Now mailbag: Position changes and recruiting
    Each week The Times' USC blogger, Lindsey Thiry, answers questions about the Trojans. Here's this week's USC Now mailbag. Can you see Jordan Simmons making the switch to the defensive line? And making an impact? Especially vs. Alabama? —...
  • Cole Miller dominates again at Lehigh Valley Medal Play

    Cole Miller dominates again at Lehigh Valley Medal Play
    Cole Miller overcooked a 7-iron seeking merely to lay up on a par 5, then watched his shot trickle the last few yards into a pond. With a comfortable lead at the Lehigh Valley Medal Play and some mechanics to work on, he took that as an opportunity....
  • Parkland, Bethlehem Catholic among big sports winners from Lehigh Valley's 2014-15 school year

    Parkland, Bethlehem Catholic among big sports winners from Lehigh Valley's 2014-15 school year
    The last day of the 2014-15 athletic year for Lehigh Valley high schools turned out to be one of the best. A week ago, Parkland and Bethlehem Catholic went to Penn State. Both returned home with PIAA softball championships. Those victories by the...
  • FSU lands top-100 basketball recruit, point guard C.J. Walker

    FSU lands top-100 basketball recruit, point guard C.J. Walker
    FSU received a commitment from point guard C.J. Walker, giving the Seminoles their second commitment in the 2016 recruiting class. Walker, out of Indianapolis Arsenal Technical, announced his commitment in a social media post on Saturday. “I...
  • Awards, honors for Lehigh Valley residents

    Awards, honors for Lehigh Valley residents
    Amy Sanders, a 2015 Allen High School graduate, recently received BounceU Lehigh Valley's 2015 College Scholarship. The program awards a $500 scholarship every year to a deserving high school senior employed at the business' Allentown, Bethlehem or Easton...
  • Latest species to be tracked in national parks: Homo sapiens

    Scientists are putting tracking devices on a new species — people — as they try to learn more about how their movements affect ecosystems in national parks. Park visitors carrying global positioning devices have provided Rocky Mountain...
  • Summer TV 2015: Which new dramas and comedies are worth a look

    Summer TV 2015: Which new dramas and comedies are worth a look
    Summer brings more scientific proof that TV's oceans are indeed rising with a glut of content. Among other unnatural disasters between now and Labor Day, Syfy has a D.C.-based "Sharknado" movie (July 22) and there's a Lifetime movie about the behind-the-...