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  • Community news for Enfield edition

    Little Angels Catholic Pre-School Graduation ENFIELD - On June 5, both Mrs. Marilyn Flanagan and Mrs. Michelle White's 4 year old classes graduated from Little Angels Catholic Pre-School during a ceremony at St. Bernard Church. The 38 students sang songs...
  • Retiring CAA commissioner Tom Yeager has earned more tranquil sailing

     Retiring CAA commissioner Tom Yeager has earned more tranquil sailing
    Issues aplenty confronted the Collegiate Commissioners Association during its annual meetings this week in Asheville, N.C. An early signing period for football; NCAA reforms and governance; ongoing legal challenges to the very foundation of college...
  • Briefs: Team USA wins gold

    The USA Water Polo Women's Senior National Team won gold at the 2015 FINA World League Super Final with an 8-7 victory over Australia Sunday at Shanghai, China. The team includes Edison High graduate Alys Williams (UCLA). The win gave Team USA it's...
  • Luke DeCock: Punishment yet to arrive, but UNC already feeling pain

    It's going to be months before the NCAA decides if and how it's going to penalize North Carolina for the academic fraud outlined in the Notice of Allegations released earlier this month. Even without official sanctions, the Tar Heels are already...
  • Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse joins Big Ten

    Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse joins Big Ten
    After two seasons as an independent, Johns Hopkins' women's lacrosse program will play in the Big Ten Conference as an affiliate member beginning in the spring of 2017. The announcement, made Wednesday, returns the Blue Jays to conference play after...
  • Villanova's Jalen Brunson, BMX star Felicia Stancil are world travelers

    Villanova's Jalen Brunson, BMX star Felicia Stancil are world travelers
    If it's on the internet, it must be true, so … According to website http://www.theexpeditioner.com, 133,959,114 people in this country have a passport. Two of them – for sure — are area high school grads and star athletes Jalen...
  • Wait and see for McDaniel's Martin on new NCAA women's basketball rules

    Every new season brings some sort of change for McDaniel women's basketball coach Becky Martin, but she and the Green Terror are heading into the unknown when they take the court in the fall. The NCAA Women's Basketball Rules Committee recently approved...
  • Hurley seeking to continue success in major championships

    Hurley seeking to continue success in major championships
    Billy Hurley III has never missed the cut at a major golf championship. Of course, that's a small sample size. Hurley qualified for the U.S. Open and British Open last season and made the weekend in both events. The Naval Academy graduate tied for...
  • Nick Hardy develops into U.S. Open qualifier, role model

    Nick Hardy develops into U.S. Open qualifier, role model
    On the first tee box at Valley Lo Club, Nick Hardy stood in front of his four playing partners, waving his wedge with his left hand back and forth, like a mini practice swing, in preparation for the opening shot of the tournament. Positioned to Hardy'...
  • 30-second shot clock a positive step, but unlikely to solve college basketball's greater issues

    After his team's 87-78 victory against Arkansas during the NCAA Tournament in March, a victory that came in an up-tempo, free-flowing game, North Carolina coach Roy Williams was asked if what he had just witnessed was college basketball as it was meant to...
  • Bennett believes basketball rules changes can help U.Va.

     Bennett believes basketball rules changes can help U.Va.
    Virginia was a convenient target last basketball season among myopic, lazy analysts lamenting the college game's scoring decline and pace of play. A quicker shot clock, they preached, would expose more patient teams such as the Cavaliers. This ignored...