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  • Angels dealing with tension behind the scenes, report says

    Angels dealing with tension behind the scenes, report says
    All seemed well with the Angels on Monday night. Mike Trout did his usual Mike Trout things, smacking a solo home run in the third inning and making three superb catches in center field to highlight a 4-1 victory over the New York Yankees in Angel...
  • Portage's Kiley Jones named co-Miss Softball for Indiana

    Portage's Kiley Jones named co-Miss Softball for Indiana
    A plaque hangs in Portage's dugout listing the accomplishments of many of the program's greatest players. Add the name of Indians' star pitcher Kiley Jones to the list of distinction. The senior first team All-State star was named co-Miss Softball...
  • Germany and U.S. will clash in matchup of world's best women's teams

    Germany and U.S. will clash in matchup of world's best women's teams
    On paper, Tuesday's World Cup showdown between Germany and the U.S. is a classic matchup between the two best teams in the world — one an unstoppable force, the other an immovable object. Consider their histories: — They are the only two...
  • Novak Djokovic wins with feathery touch; Lleyton Hewitt grinds to end

    Novak Djokovic wins with feathery touch; Lleyton Hewitt grinds to end
    They were scheduled to play 65 matches on opening day at Wimbledon on Monday. When the smoke cleared, a little bird and an aging Aussie had stolen the show. The bird was a nameless sparrow. The Aussie had a name, Lleyton Hewitt, and a big reputation,...
  • Kings terminate Mike Richards' contract, could face battle with NHLPA

    Kings terminate Mike Richards' contract, could face battle with NHLPA
    The Kings moved to sever their relationship with center Mike Richards by terminating his contract, citing "a material breach" by the player. This could unleash a fierce and protracted battle with the NHL Players Assn., which has 60 days to file a...
  • Chris Pronger, who helped Ducks win Stanley Cup, named to Hall of Fame

     Chris Pronger, who helped Ducks win Stanley Cup, named to Hall of Fame
    Chris Pronger admired the Ducks' talent when he and the Edmonton Oilers defeated Anaheim in the 2006 Western Conference finals. When he was traded to the Ducks a few months later, he brought the physical element they needed to become champions in 2007....
  • Boston officials to make their case for 2024 Olympic bid to the USOC

    Boston officials to make their case for 2024 Olympic bid to the USOC
    Boston officials have arrived in Northern California to face a crucial test in their campaign to bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics. After months of missteps and low public support back home, they will appear before a U.S. Olympic Committee board...
  • Charles Sykes is the Post-Tribune 2015 Boys Track Athlete of the Year

    Charles Sykes is the Post-Tribune 2015 Boys Track Athlete of the Year
    Taken by a fan in the crowd that day, there's a video on YouTube that shows the final leg of the final heat of the 1,600-meter relay at the boys track and field state finals. When the camera jumps to the far side of the track, four runners are in the...
  • The Post-Tribune 2015 Boys Track All-Area Team

    First Team Wess Honaker, Crown Point, senior, 100: He won the Valparaiso Regional with a time of 10.79 seconds. But an injury suffered later at the regional meet robbed him of the chance to go for the state title. Charles Sykes, Lake Central, senior,...
  • Portage's Nick Haas is Post-Tribune 2015 Boys Track Coach of the Year

    Portage's Nick Haas is Post-Tribune 2015 Boys Track Coach of the Year
    In his second year as boys track coach at Portage, Nick Haas wanted to try something different. He spent much of his first season constantly shuffling his lineup, hoping that putting particular athletes in the right events would rack up enough points to...
  • Michigan State-bound Marty Bechina powers up for Catholic League stars

    Michigan State-bound Marty Bechina powers up for Catholic League stars
    Marty Bechina had a choice to make Monday. It wasn't a tough one, deciding to play in the Catholic League-Public League All-Star Game at U.S. Cellular Field. "When I heard about it, I was really excited for it," said Bechina, a St. Rita grad. "I...