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  • Connections: Area lifter sets Olympics as goal

    Connections: Area lifter sets Olympics as goal
    Mahassen Hala Paiva is getting stronger, and Hunter Kemper, at 39 years of age, continues to show his athletic competitiveness. Both are former area high-school standouts. Both compete in nontraditional but demanding sports. Paiva (Port Orange...
  • Highland Park goalie Grace Quirk ready for Wisconsin

    Grace Quirk will be taking some of the lessons she learned from this year's Highland Park girls soccer season to college. Quirk plans to be tending goal for Wisconsin after experiencing the joy of a shared Central Suburban North crown last season and...
  • Boca Raton Bowl date, kickoff time announced

    Boca Raton Bowl date, kickoff time announced
    Doug Mosley wants to make the Boca Raton Bowl an annual must-see event, both for college football and for Palm Beach County. Mosley, the bowl’s executive director, hopes to build off the game’s success last year when he announced Thursday that...
  • Faceoff specialist Charlie Raffa key cog for 'unselfish' Terps

    ESPN analyst Paul Carcaterra calls Charlie Raffa the most valuable player for the Maryland men's lacrosse team. It's a label the senior faceoff specialist doesn't fully embrace. "I think that's kind of a bold statement," he said Wednesday. "I think...
  • Curbing college basketball timeouts, physical play more important than 30-second clock

    Curbing college basketball timeouts, physical play more important than 30-second clock
    Men’s college basketball is a June 8 rubber stamp away from shortening its shot clock from 35 to 30 seconds, and given the ongoing debate over pace of play and low scoring, the headlines, hosannas and raspberries that greeted last week’s...
  • Local Roundup: Ex-Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson heading to Florida State

    Everett Golson nearly led Notre Dame to an upset victory at Florida State last October. Now, he is headed back to Tallahassee to play for the Seminoles. The former Notre Dame quarterback told Foxsports.com he will transfer to Florida State. The...
  • Baseball: Lincoln advances in Division II with walk-off hit

    Lincoln, seeded No. 1 in the City Section Division II playoffs, had a tough opener on Tuesday but prevailed over Wilson, 2-1, on a walk-off hit by Matthew Castro that scored Brandon Oroxon with the winning run in the eighth inning. Oroxon, Lincoln's...
  • This might be the year the NCAA men's lacrosse title moves out West

    This might be the year the NCAA men's lacrosse title moves out West
    This is the first time the NCAA Division I mens' lacrosse champion will probably come from the West or Midwest region of the country. Of the teams that will compete in the final four this weekend at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia unseeded Johns...
  • SEC preview: top linemen to watch in 2015

    SEC preview: top linemen to watch in 2015
      The SEC has a long history of producing some of the country’s best linemen. On both sides of the football, these players are ready to make an impact in 2015: WELCOME BACK … Myles Garrett, Texas A&M: The Aggies defensive lineman earned...
  • Letterbox-trained cat not a great selling point

    The wire story on the murder conviction of the Black Madam noted, "Windslowe … claimed to have been baptized 'Genevieve' after her sex change by the late Roman Catholic Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua." The reader who sent me this commented, "I...
  • Big Ten seeking ways to emphasize academics in college sports

    Big Ten seeking ways to emphasize academics in college sports
    Commissioner Jim Delany emerged from three days of Big Ten meetings in Rosemont with a mandate for widespread change. "It's a time of tumult," Delany said Wednesday. "And a time of opportunity." And, as always, a time for healthy skepticism. It's...