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  • CMAC 10U team captures Winterfest title

    CMAC 10U team captures Winterfest title
    What a difference a year makes. That's what the Costa Mesa Aquatics Club must've been thinking with regard to its 10-and-under water polo team. The CMAC squad had its dream come true this past weekend. The team, coached by twin brothers Cody and Dustin...
  • Previewing the 2012 Maryland Crab Bowl

    Previewing the 2012 Maryland Crab Bowl
    When: Friday, 7:30 p.m. Where: Marvin F. Wilson Stadium, Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex, Landover Coaches: Anthony Burgos (Franklin), Baltimore; Lance Clelland (South River), Washington Last meeting: Washington won, 14-6 Series:...
  • Youth water polo: CMAC triumphs again

    Youth water polo: CMAC triumphs again
    The Costa Mesa Aquatics Club youth water polo team went three for three to win the Northwood tournament. CMAC continues to make a name for itself in the youth club scene with victories over SOCAL, United and San Clemente Saturday. In the Northwood summer...
  • Springfield Cardinals drop series with 8-4 loss to Travelers

    Springfield Cardinals drop series with 8-4 loss to Travelers
    Springfield, MO - The Arkansas Travelers defeated the Springfield Cardinals 8-4 behind Jimmy Swift's big bat, taking two of three in the series. Springfield got on the scoreboard first, with a Jamie Romak line drive RBI single to center after Orangel...
  • Teel Time: Sacramento Kings moving to Virginia Beach pins the skepticism meter

    Teel Time: Sacramento Kings moving to Virginia Beach pins the skepticism meter
    Trapped in a meeting Thursday, I was blissfully trolling Twitter when the “news” rocked me like a Dwight Howard screen: The NBA’s Sacramento Kings are moving to Virginia Beach. First reaction: I have a better chance of moving to...
  • Cards clinch playoff berth on dramatic 11th inning single

    Cards clinch playoff berth on dramatic 11th inning single
    Springfield, MO- The Springfield Cardinalsdefeated the Arkansas Travelers 4-3 in eleven innings, completing the sweep of the series. The victory clinches a playoff berth for the Cards, the Texas League second half North Division Champions. The Cards...
  • Happiness is handmade

    Stop at South Third and Campbell streets and shop at the Arts & Crafts Show, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 8, and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 9. The event features more than 75 exhibitors from Illinois and other states. "All types of...
  • Bethel improves resume with 41-18 win over Heritage

    Tailback Jihad Hudson rushed for 124 yards and two touchdowns. That helped offset the Hurricanes' Khalid Abdullah, who finished with 186 yards and three scores. NEWPORT NEWS — Maybe Bethel coach Bubba Hooker was playing games. Then again, knowing...
  • City graduate gives back to school as mentor

    City graduate gives back to school as mentor
    Day after day, Richard Stokes rode the bus past his alma mater, New Hope Academy, until he decided to drop in one day and say hello to the teachers and staff who helped him rise above the problems that landed him at the school for behaviorally and...
  • Varsity Football Game of the Week: Meade (7-2) at No. 12 Broadneck (7-2)

    Varsity Football Game of the Week: Meade (7-2)  at No. 12 Broadneck (7-2)
    When: Friday, 6:30 p.m. Coaches: Rob Harris, Broadneck; Rich Holzer, Meade Last meeting: Broadneck won, 31-24, last season KEY PLAYERS TO WATCH Broadneck: QB Grant Hudson, Sr. (57-for-113 passing for 823 yards, 9 TDs, 8 INTs); RB Duke Carter, Fr. (137...
  • First 'wish-list depot' launched in city schools

    First 'wish-list depot' launched in city schools
    In her 22 years at Johnston Square Elementary School, Janice Shelford has spent more than $15,000 of her own money at the Dollar Store and Staples for school supplies for her students. But as of Thursday, she and dozens of other teachers will be heading...