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  • Succession of setbacks dogging No. 3 Kansas

    Succession of setbacks dogging No. 3 Kansas
    Point guard Tyshawn Taylor will remain suspended Saturday when No. 3 Kansas travels to Oklahoma, raising to 32 the number of games Jayhawk players have missed because of injury, tragedy, misbehavior or NCAA edicts. Coach Bill Self confirmed Thursday...
  • Motley's clutch free throws allow Kecoughtan to hold on; Menchville ousted

    NORFOLK — Nate Motley didn't let the pressure overcome him. After all, he faces pretty dire situations in practice. This time, it was a spot in the Eastern Region semifinals on the line. And with the game slipping away, Motley went 4-for-4 on...
  • Without Bullock, and with 25 turnovers, Kecoughtan still gets it done

    Without Bullock, and with 25 turnovers, Kecoughtan still gets it done
    NORFOLK — They call it "The Danger Zone." And down seven points with Rodney Bullock in big-time foul trouble, Kecoughtan was definitely there midway through the third quarter. "Yeah," guard Jeremy Saunders said. "It wasn't looking good." Yet by...
  • Second-half surges lifts CNU men to USA South title

    Second-half surges lifts CNU men to USA South title
    It was a reality Tra Benefield refused to accept. "I just kept picturing Greensboro, on our court, cutting down nets, and it seemed unrealistic to me," said Benefield, Christopher Newport's sophomore guard. "It was no option. No choice. We had to come out...
  • Datebook

    Monday, March 5 Classical music The Naval Academy Band and the University of Maryland Wind Ensemble perform in a joint concert at 8 p.m. at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Stadium Drive and University Boulevard in College Park. The program...
  • Hampton, Kecoughtan two wins away from historic meeting in state title game

    Hampton, Kecoughtan two wins away from historic meeting in state title game
    Familiarity breeds respect. That's not exactly the timeless adage, but it was precisely the case Monday night when Hampton and Kecoughtan collided for the fourth time this high school basketball season. How else to explain the new wrinkles coaches Walter...
  • Living For March Madness

    Living For March Madness
    Nearly 33 days of hoop madness. That is what is before us for the month of March. From high school sectionals to Big 10 tournaments and a meaningful Pacer season this is the one month that basketball reigns supreme. Tonight I will start the early part of...
  • Grafton finds help, holds off Loudoun Valley

    Grafton finds help, holds off Loudoun Valley
    WILLIAMSBURG — Despite a low-scoring night from Bay Rivers Player of the Year Elijah Moore, Grafton found help from other sources and defeated a scrappy Loudoun Valley team 58-56 Saturday in the quarterfinals of the Group AA Division 4 state...
  • Tahj Scott does the dirty work in Kecoughtan's run to the state

    Tahj Scott does the dirty work in Kecoughtan's run to the state
    Tahj Scott's knees are covered with floor burns — or "strawberries," as they're sometimes called. They sting at first, but then they become badges of honor. Especially for a full-throttle, blue-collar guy like Scott, an unsung hero in Kecoughtan'...
  • High School Roundup: Tars win Sage invite

    BOYS' TENNIS Lightning Invitational NEWPORT BEACH — Reese Stalder was named singles MVP and doubles MVP with Troy Arnold as they helped Newport Harbor win the championship Saturday at the Tennis Club Newport Beach. The Sailors beat Oaks...
  • Ravinia high on proven marquee names in upcoming schedule

    Ravinia high on proven marquee names in upcoming schedule
    The Ravinia Festival remains one of the nation’s heavyweight classical music impresarios even if it increasingly finds itself in the position of playing Goliath to the David of the Grant Park Music Festival at Millennium Park. Ho-hum symphonic...