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  • Top seeds match up in District 11 girls basketball championship games

    Top seeds match up in District 11 girls basketball championship games
    Often at this time of year championship games are the third, maybe even the fourth, matchup of the season between the finalists. That's not the case at all this year. The District 11 Class 4A and 3A girls basketball championship games over the next...
  • For a few recruits, committing to a college happens before puberty

    For a few recruits, committing to a college happens before puberty
    The player has most of the traits that make college basketball coaches salivate: a jump shot, a good handle, passing ability and instincts. His father has great size, so his frame should fill out. By 2023, when LeBron James Jr., 10, will graduate from...
  • Thursday's local interest women's college basketball roundup: W&M shoots school-record 61.8 percent, routs Charleston

    William and Mary shot a school-record 61.8 percent from the field Thursday night and rolled to an 84-55 win at the College of Charleston. The Tribe (13-14, 7-9 Colonial Athletic Association) took an early lead, but the Cougars (5-22, 3-13) bounced...
  • Thursday's local interest men's college basketball roundup: Va. Wesleyan surges past W&L, advances to ODAC semis

    Virginia Wesleyan held Washington and Lee scoreless for almost six minutes late in the first half, and the Marlins cruised to an 81-53 victory Thursday in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference quarterfinals at Salem Civic Center. Cam Owens recorded 16...
  • Gonzaga cruises by San Diego, 59-39

    SPOKANE, Wash. As February funnels toward March, and San Diego visited Gonzaga here Thursday night, the No. 3-ranked Zags might have been reminded of an old late-season truism: Haters gonna hate. And the Zags' gave them considerable material in a 59-39...
  • College Roundup: Davis leads UCI to win at Cal Poly

    MEN'S BASKETBALL UC Irvine 63, Cal Poly 56 SAN LUIS OBISPO — Senior forward Will Davis II scored a season-high 24 points and added nine rebounds for the Anteaters in a Big West Conference game Thursday night. Davis was 12 of 15 from the field...
  • FSU's Rathan-Mayes turns in memorable scoring outburst

    Now Florida State guard Xavier Rathan-Mayes' name can be etched into sports lore alongside the likes of Wilt Chamberlain, Kobe Bryant and "Pistol" Pete Maravich. They're on a short list of players to get into such an offensive "zone" that their...
  • Terps to be featured in 90-minute Showtime special airing March 18

    Terps to be featured in 90-minute Showtime special airing March 18
    The Maryland and Notre Dame men's basketball teams will be part of a 90-minute special, "HOOPS U," which will air on Showtime at 9 p.m. March 18. The behind-the-scenes documentary will chronicle the teams' path to the NCAA tournament from the final...
  • 'Barometer games' are on tap this weekend

    'Barometer games' are on tap this weekend
    Sure, there's plenty of lacrosse left to be played this season. But this weekend brings us five games — we'll call them "barometer games" — that could determine a team's direction the rest of the season. The games will gauge the quality of...
  • LeBron James upset his 10-year-old son is receiving college offers

    LeBron James upset his 10-year-old son is receiving college offers
    LeBron James says he's happy to see his son following in his footsteps, but the Cleveland Cavaliers star isn't pleased that some college coaches are already recruiting the 10-year-old. LeBron James Jr. has shown great promise at an early age, and...
  • Kentucky's Karl-Anthony Towns might be just what the Lakers need

    Kentucky's Karl-Anthony Towns might be just what the Lakers need
    If Lakers followers leave just enough room between squeezed eyelids, Karl-Anthony Towns might look like a familiar player. Without all the knee problems. And the unpredictable attitude. Towns is a freshman at Kentucky whose two-way play makes him a...