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  • 17-year-old from Williamsburg will graduate at CNU on Saturday

    17-year-old from Williamsburg will graduate at CNU on Saturday
    Grace Duval is hoping that as she moves on with the next phase of her life, her age won't be such an issue. The phase is graduate school and the age is 17. Duval will graduate magna cum laude from Christopher Newport University Saturday, with plans to...
  • How Christian Hackenberg has grown more comfortable and confident in Penn State's offense

    How Christian Hackenberg has grown more comfortable and confident in Penn State's offense
    The perception that he clashed with his coaches last year bothered Christian Hackenberg. The quarterback knew how much he had bought in to Penn State's new system and was frustrated that some outside the program didn't. "You can't be a prima donna about...
  • Bethlehem Catholic senior headed to Penn State on unique scholarship for golf caddies

    Bethlehem Catholic senior headed to Penn State on unique scholarship for golf caddies
    Ryan Schmidt began working as a golf caddie, prodded by his older brother Joey, to make some money for college. He was intimidated at first but stuck with it, never dreaming where his part-time job would lead. Schmidt, a Bethlehem Catholic senior who...
  • Penn State freshman Cole Miller headed to NCAA golf championships

    Penn State freshman Cole Miller headed to NCAA golf championships
    This time of year, Cole Miller misses the pole vault. At Northwestern High, he was a state qualifier in the event. But now, the Penn State freshman is headed to the NCAA championships in his top sport. Miller quickly became a leading player on Penn...
  • They should retire his number

    They should retire his number
    When my husband the sportswriter walked onto the Penn State campus as a freshman nearly 50 years ago, the first thing he did was go watch the football team practice. If someone had told him he would make his living watching athletes play sports, he...
  • Lloyd Carter named coach of new Hampton men's lacrosse team

    Lloyd Carter named coach of new Hampton men's lacrosse team
    Hampton announced that it is adding men's lacrosse as a varsity sport for the 2015-16 school year and named Lloyd Carter (Edmondson, Morgan State, UMBC) coach. Carter has coached the university's club team since 2010. Carter became coach at Northwestern...
  • Mike Hull's going undrafted was a 'travesty,' Penn State coach James Franklin says

    Mike Hull's going undrafted was a 'travesty,' Penn State coach James Franklin says
    LANCASTER — Penn State coach James Franklin offered two points of advice Tuesday regarding the NFL draft: Stay in school unless you're a first-rounder, and don't underestimate Mike Hull. The Big Ten linebacker of the year went unpicked at last...
  • Bears sign Adrian Amos (Calvert Hall) to four-year, $2.512 million contract

    Bears sign Adrian Amos (Calvert Hall) to four-year, $2.512 million contract
    The Chicago Bears have signed former Calvert Hall standout Adrian Amos to a four-year, $2.512 million contract that includes a $232,280 signing bonus. The fifth-round safety from Penn State worked out for the Ravens, Washington Redskins, New England...
  • Bethlehem, Emmaus students hold mini-thons for Four Diamonds Fund

    Bethlehem, Emmaus students hold mini-thons for Four Diamonds Fund
    Students in Bethlehem and Emmaus spent Saturday at school, dancing for 12 hours to support pediatric cancer patients. Emmaus High School became part of a growing movement by holding its first mini-thon, while students from Freedom and Liberty high...
  • Prep Notebook: Indian Creek's Hughen makes quick work of half marathon

    Prep Notebook: Indian Creek's Hughen makes quick work of half marathon
    For someone who just picked up cross country, Indian Creek's Rachael Hughen must be a quick study. Hughen, who set several school records as a member of the cross country team in her first year running, was the overall winner at this past weekend's...
  • College Roundup: Terps' Brooke Griffin (South River) named Big 10 Attacker of the Year

    College Roundup: Terps' Brooke Griffin (South River) named Big 10 Attacker of the Year
    FROSTBURG STATE WOMEN'S LACROSSE: Defender Jessica Jones (North County)was named to the All-CAC Second Team. She had the third-most ground balls on the team with 29 and was second in draws won (28) and caused turnovers (29). Jones was also ranked third in...