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  • Basketball recruiting: James Jones comfortable in spotlight for Bogan

    Basketball recruiting: James Jones comfortable in spotlight for Bogan
    Arthur Goodwin often referred to his team as "the new Bogan" on the way to Bogan's first city championship last winter. With Luwane Pipkins set to leave for UMass, the new, new Bogan is off to a good start. A complementary scorer the past two seasons,...
  • Duke's Jahlil Okafor works out for Lakers, who mull draft options

    Duke's Jahlil Okafor works out for Lakers, who mull draft options
    On Tuesday, the Lakers worked out freshman Duke center Jahlil Okafor, a strong possibility for the team's second overall pick in the 2015 NBA draft. "When I first thought of the NBA, I always thought about the Lakers.  They have a winning tradition," he...
  • FLASHBACK: In 1985, Northwestern grabbed PIAA softball title

    A weekly look back at sports in the Lehigh Valley, in anniversaries of multiples of five years. June 8 2010—Saucon Valley and Central Catholic fall in the PIAA Class 2A spring girls soccer semifinals, both by 1-0 scores. Saucon (19-5) falls to...
  • St. Frances grad Jared Hamilton picks Jacksonville State

    St. Frances grad Jared Hamilton picks Jacksonville State
    He didn’t lead his team in scoring, win a championship or make a lot of headlines during his senior year at St. Frances. But for Jared Hamilton, one year in Baltimore was essential in his development into a Division I college basketball player....
  • Eight UM baseball players earn All-ACC honors; more hoops staff changes

    Eight UM baseball players earn All-ACC honors; more hoops staff changes
    The Hurricanes head to this week's ACC Tournament as one of the nation's hottest college baseball teams. Miami has won 12 straight games and during that stretch, has outscored opponents 170-21. Its pitching staff has held opponents to a collective .174...
  • On The Fly: Is Hartford A Hockey City?

    On The Fly: Is Hartford A Hockey City?
    The good news for Hartford? It's not the worst hockey city in Connecticut, according to ranking done by the financial website WalletHub — Fairfield is ranked lower on the list of 74 cities. The bad news for Hartford? The WalletHub list slots the...
  • Notable sports scandals

    Notable sports scandals
    Fourteen people, including high-ranking officials from FIFA, soccer's international governing body, were indicted Wednesday in what prosecutors say is a $150-million racketeering and fraud scheme. Here's a look some other notable sports scandals: 1919...
  • With all the good news at Maryland, commitment of Dwayne Haskins Jr. might be the best

    With all the good news at Maryland, commitment of Dwayne Haskins Jr. might be the best
    There’s been a run of positive news coming out of College Park these days. The men’s and women’s lacrosse teams earned trips Sunday to their respective national semifinals this coming weekend. The football team received three oral...
  • Pac-12 releases basketball schedule alignment

    Pac-12 releases basketball schedule alignment
    The full Pac-12 basketball schedule won’t be finalized until early September, but the conference released the important parts on Monday. Namely, UCLA now knows roughly when it will play each team — and which teams it will avoid playing twice....
  • NCAA Men Adopt 30-Second Shot Clock; Women Will Play 4 Quarters

    NCAA Men Adopt 30-Second Shot Clock; Women Will Play 4 Quarters
    The NCAA adopted several new rules for men's college basketball on Monday, including a 30-second shot clock designed to speed up the game. The changes, which go into effect next season, were approved by the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel. Also,...
  • Terps to play Princeton at Royal Farms Arena in first game in Baltimore since 1999

    Terps to play Princeton at Royal Farms Arena in first game in Baltimore since 1999
    The man who pitted Ralph Sampson and Patrick Ewing against each other for the first time as college stars and helped briefly revive the Maryland-Georgetown rivalry is bringing the Terps back to Baltimore. Longtime promoter Russ Potts, who graduated from...