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  • Vander Kolk named ACC's Freshman of the Year

    The uniform has changed, and she's playing for a national title instead of a state championship, but Rachel Vander Kolk remains one of the best players on the field for her team. Tuesday, the Severna Park graduate – now Virginia's starting...
  • Eagles to begin intense testing of rookies

    Eagles to begin intense testing of rookies
    PHILADELPHIA — Humbled first-round draft pick Nelson Agholor insists he's approaching this season like "a peasant," with no guarantee of making the Philadelphia Eagles. That recent radio sound bite no doubt made coach Chip Kelly stand at attention...
  • Sports TV and radio: Thursday's 5/7 log (updated Thursday AM with SEC softball matchups)

    7 a.m.    Tennis: Men’s and women’s Madrid Open.--Tennis Ch. 10 a.m.    Hockey: World preliminary: U.S. vs. Belarus(in Ostrava, Czech Republic).--NBCSN 11 a.m.    Softball: ACC quarterfinals: Boston College vs. Florida State, then N.C. State...
  • 'Mistakes' fly far for Eagles as Jamestown beats Tabb 7-0

    YORK – Jamestown High baseball coach Mike Kuebler teaches his players to hit low line-drives up the middle, so when one of them hits a home run he jokes that they "made a mistake." The Eagles made three on Friday in a 7-0 win at Tabb, with Evan...
  • Jamestown claims dramatic 4-3 baseball win against Lafayette

    JAMES CITY — Kent Klyman's walk-off, bases-loaded hit to left field in the bottom of the seventh inning lifted Jamestown High to a 4-3 baseball win Monday at home against rival Lafayette. Down 0-2 in the count to Lafayette starting pitcher Andre...
  • Preakness-bound Firing Line in good shape after finishing second in Kentucky Derby

    Preakness-bound Firing Line in good shape after finishing second in Kentucky Derby
    Firing Line seemed to enjoy the peace and quiet surrounding Barn 42 on the Churchill Downs backstretch Monday morning as assistant trainer Carlos Santamaria walked the Preakness hopeful under the shedrow for about 30 minutes. Arnold Zetcher's 3-year-old,...
  • Terps get top seed in NCAA women's lacrosse bracket

    Terps get top seed in NCAA women's lacrosse bracket
    Three days ago, no mystery surrounded the selection of the No. 1 seed for the NCAA Division I women's lacrosse tournament. Defending champion Maryland was rolling into Friday night's Big Ten Conference semifinals intent on continuing a perfect season...
  • Women's college lacrosse roundup: Loyola upsets No. 3 Syracuse, 9-8, extends win streak

    Women's college lacrosse roundup: Loyola upsets No. 3 Syracuse, 9-8, extends win streak
    Emily Clark (North Harford) scored the eventual game-winner to give No. 14 Loyola Maryland a three-goal lead with 9:30 1/2 minutes left, and the Greyhounds (15-4) withstood a late rally to upset No. 3 Syracuse, 9-8, on Saturday. The victory extended...
  • Eagles continue to bolster defense on third day of NFL draft

    Eagles continue to bolster defense on third day of NFL draft
    PHILADELPHIA — JaCorey Shepherd and Randall Evans soon won't be in Kansas anymore. Thanks to the Eagles taking them minutes apart in the sixth round of the NFL Draft, the cornerbacks from Kansas and Kansas State, respectively, are heading to...
  • UConn's Byron Jones Goes No. 27 To Dallas Cowboys

    UConn's Byron Jones Goes No. 27 To Dallas Cowboys
    Cornerback Byron Jones became the second player in the history of the UConn football program to be selected in the first round of the NFL draft Thursday night when the Dallas Cowboys took him with the No. 27 pick overall. Donald Brown (No. 27 in 2009 by...
  • How will stars of NFL scouting combine fare in the draft?

     How will stars of NFL scouting combine fare in the draft?
    February is for the freaks. They roll into Indianapolis, perform some forehead-slapping feats of athleticism, blow away NFL evaluators, and watch their draft stock skyrocket. "You caution yourself, tell yourself, 'Now, let's not fall in love with a...