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  • Brad Keselowski is out of the running for the Sprint Cup championship

    Brad Keselowski is out of the running for the Sprint Cup championship
    After a tumultuous week, Brad Keselowski came up just short in his bid to win a second NASCAR Sprint Cup championship. Keselowski finished fourth in his No. 2 Ford on Sunday at Phoenix International Raceway, not good enough to be one of the four...
  • FLASHBACK: In 1984, Catasauqua becomes District 11's first football champion

    FLASHBACK: In 1984, Catasauqua becomes District 11's first football champion
    A weekly look back at sports in the Lehigh Valley, in anniversaries of multiples of five years. November 10 2004—The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association denies Phillipsburg's request for a waiver from the state's 70 percent...
  • NASCAR driver Kurt Busch faces domestic violence investigation

    NASCAR driver Kurt Busch faces domestic violence investigation
    NASCAR driver Kurt Busch is being investigated for an alleged domestic violence incident, police in the Dover, Del., said Friday. The alleged incident happened earlier this week. "The Dover Police Department can confirm that an investigation is...
  • Chase racing means never having to say you're sorry

    The Sports Xchange Chase racing means never having to say you're sorry By Reid Spencer, NASCAR Wire Service Distributed by The Sports Xchange Ryan Newman has no reason to apologize. Sure, Newman dive-bombed Sunoco Rookie of the Year front-runner Kyle...
  • NASCAR's Chase racing means never having to say you're sorry

    NASCAR's Chase racing means never having to say you're sorry
    Ryan Newman has no reason to apologize. Sure, Newman dive-bombed Sunoco Rookie of the Year front-runner Kyle Larson on the final lap of Sunday's Quicken Loans Race for Heroes 500 at Phoenix International Raceway, but there were extenuating...
  • Love matters more than money for Button

    SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Jenson Button is hoping that McLaren will not let him go for love nor money. With Ferrari's Fernando Alonso expected to join the Formula One team, the focus has been on which of 2009 world champion Button and Danish rookie Kevin...
  • On The Fly: Big Eats Tournament - Joey Chestnut, Gluttony At Foxwoods

    On The Fly: Big Eats Tournament - Joey Chestnut, Gluttony At Foxwoods
    You think your Thanksgiving Day table is a competition of gluttony? Head to Foxwoods the Saturday before the holiday to witness the professionals attack a turkey. None other than Joey "Jaws" Chestnut, the world's No. 1 ranked competitive eater, will...
  • Newman clinches Championship Round spot

    The Sports Xchange Newman clinches Championship Round spot By Seth Livingstone, NASCAR Wire Service Distributed by The Sports Xchange AVONDALE, Ariz. -- The right side of Ryan Newman's Caterpillar Mining Chevrolet bore more than a few dents and...
  • Harvick Wins His Way Into Chase's Final Four; Logano Also Advances

    Harvick Wins His Way Into Chase's Final Four; Logano Also Advances
    AVONDALE, Ariz. — And then there were four. Kevin Harvick dominated the field in Sunday's Quicken Loans 500 at Phoenix International Raceway for his third consecutive Sprint Cup Series win at the track and raced his way into a berth in next...
  • Brad Keselowski wins Nationwide race, Chase Elliott clinches title

    Brad Keselowski wins Nationwide race, Chase Elliott clinches title
    Kyle Busch had victory in hand and rookie Chase Elliott was set to make history with one lap left in the NASCAR Nationwide Series race Saturday. But then another car abruptly slowed, the caution period came out to bunch the field for a two-lap...
  • Gillian Zucker revved up to transform the Clippers into L.A.'s team

    Steve Ballmer did something for Gillian Zucker that she thought was impossible: create more hours in her day. Zucker now only has to drive from her Brentwood home to Staples Center instead of slogging through traffic to Fontana. Ballmer hopes Zucker...