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  • Apprentice rider Ritvo wins at Laurel Park in his first race in Maryland

    Apprentice rider Ritvo wins at Laurel Park in his first race in Maryland
    Et cetera Apprentice rider Ritvo wins at Laurel Park in his first race in Maryland Apprentice rider Michael Ritvo guided Winter Lady to victory in the eighth race at Laurel Park on Friday on his first Maryland mount. Ritvo, 20, who moved his tack from...
  • UCLA basketball player Jonah Bolden ruled academically ineligible

    Jonah Bolden, a highly regarded freshman on the UCLA men's basketball team, has been ruled academically ineligible by the NCAA, the school announced Friday. Bolden, a 6-foot-9 forward, is Australian but played last season at Findlay Prep in Nevada....
  • UHart AD Anton Goff Is Banking On Men's Basketball Success

    UHart AD Anton Goff Is Banking On Men's Basketball Success
    WEST HARTFORD — Anton Goff has so much energy, I fear standing in the same room as the new Hartford athletic director and his kinetic men's basketball coach John Gallagher. Light bulbs surely will flicker and explode. The earth below the Hartford-...
  • PRESS BOX: Hawks' Ferry takes leave of absence

    The Sports Xchange PRESS BOX: Hawks' Ferry takes leave of absence Atlanta Hawks general manager Danny Ferry has taken a leave of absence following reports he made racial comments in a conference call with team owners. The comments were made in reference...
  • Regional Digest: Cheshire Wins Football Opener

    Cheshire Wins Opener Andrew Yamin rushed for 227 yards and two touchdowns to lead host Cheshire over Ridgefield 41-14 in the season opener Wednesday. Yamin scored on a 25-yard touchdown run in the second quarter and a 3-yard run in the third. Cheshire...
  • Trinity Field Hockey Starts Season On Solid Footing

    With a 9-0 home victory over UMass-Dartmouth and a 6-0 road victory over Hamilton, the Trinity field hockey team is off to a perfect start in a season of high hopes. "I'm just thrilled that we have scored 15 goals already after scoring 21 all of last...
  • Jarvis Miller To Go From Pequot Uncas To Big Ten

    Jarvis Miller To Go From Pequot Uncas To Big Ten
    WINDSOR LOCKS - Saddled with a 19-6 halftime deficit last year, the co-op football team of Windsor Locks/Suffield/East Granby trudged up from its home field to outside the Windsor Locks High School gymnasium. Before coach Jason Qua could deliver his...
  • Ex-Terp, defensive standout Zink retires from MLL

    Ex-Terp, defensive standout Zink retires from MLL
    Major League Lacrosse Ex-Terp, defensive standout Zink retires Denver Outlaws defenseman Lee Zink, an 11-year Major League Lacrosse veteran and the MLL Defensive Player of the Year in 2012 and 2013, informed the club that he intends to retire. Zink...
  • Boys' basketball: College coaches are making gym visits this week

    College basketball coaches are showing up at gyms this week starting to evaluate prep players. At St. John Bosco, recruiters from UCLA and Arizona were in the bleachers looking at junior forward Vance Jackson. San Diego State is set for Wednesday....
  • Lehigh to play Villanova in men's basketball at PPL Center

    Lehigh to play Villanova in men's basketball at PPL Center
    Lehigh will face Villanova in a men's college basketball game on Friday, Nov. 14, at Allentown's new PPL Center, the schools announced today. The game will tip off at 8 p.m. and be televised on Fox Sports 2. It's will be the first college basketball...
  • 'What's done is done,' Len Elmore says of Maryland and Big Ten

    'What's done is done,' Len Elmore says of Maryland and Big Ten
    When the news broke nearly two years ago that Maryland was likely headed for the Big Ten, former Terps basketball star Len Elmore was among the first to raise concerns. Elmore, an ESPN college basketball analyst and attorney, openly wondered whether the...