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  • One more challenge for McDonogh's Whittle

    One more challenge for McDonogh's Whittle
    After leading No. 1 McDonogh to its 112th straight win and sixth straight Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference championship, Megan Whittle was the youngest player invited to try out for the U.S. national women's lacrosse team....
  • NFL Analysis: Demise of RBs a myth - Part 1

    The Sports Xchange By Frank Cooney, The Sports Xchange NFL Analysis: Demise of RBs a myth Don't be fooled by rumors that running backs are becoming extinct in pro football. Based on analysis from reporters on every team, The Sports Xchange will show...
  • Downers Grove resident balances tennis, acting

    Downers Grove resident balances tennis, acting
    Delivering a soliloquy to an audience of 300 night after night is as about as nerve-wracking as it gets for Downers Grove's Cody Freischlag. But it's nothing like facing a 100-plus mile per hour serve or returning an overhead smash down the line for a...
  • Regional Digest: Rock Cats Lose To Fisher Cats

    Fisher Cats Beat Rock Cats Fisher Cats' starter Rodhames Liz (2-1, 0.96) held the Rock Cats to just two hits in a seven-inning 2-0 shutout in Manchester, N.H., Monday. Jason Wheeler (2-2, 3.33) took the loss. The night's second game, a makeup of a June...
  • P.J. Hairston apologizes to Hornets, fans

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. P.J. Hairston faces a summons for misdemeanor assault and battery following an incident in a Sunday pickup basketball game at a Durham YMCA, according to the Durham District Attorney's office. His court date is Aug. 8. Hairston is in...
  • Cris Carter says Browns should cut Josh Gordon, but Herm Edwards disagrees

    Hall of famer Cris Carter believes the Cleveland Browns should give All-Pro wide receiver Josh Gordon a life-changing wake-up call by cutting him, but former NFL coach Herm Edwards disagrees. Carter and Edwards were summoned to discuss Gordon's situation...
  • Monday's local roundup: William and Mary football trio earn second team preseason All-America honors by The Sports Network

    College football: William and Mary senior receiver Tre McBride, senior defensive end Mike Reilly and junior linebacker Luke Rhodes were selected to The Sports Network preseason second team All-America squad. McBride, an honorable mention All-America...
  • Miami Heat Wheels push limits in wheelchair basketball

    Miami Heat Wheels push limits in wheelchair basketball
    The difficult part in telling the story of the Miami Heat Wheels is deciding where to begin. There are the heart-wrenching tales about how many of these remarkable athletes came to be in wheelchairs, at least four due to gunshot wounds, another shot...
  • Following Pac-12's standard, NCAA releases new safety guidelines

    Following Pac-12's standard, NCAA releases new safety guidelines
    Though most college football fall practices won't begin for another month, the NCAA is getting a head start on head injuries. The NCAA on Monday released new safety guidelines that limit full-contact football practices and set procedures for diagnosing...
  • New NCAA safety guidelines call for less contact in football practices

    New NCAA safety guidelines call for less contact in football practices
    After six months of consulting with medical organizations, coaches and school administrators, the NCAA has released safety guidelines that, among other things, suggest limiting contact in football practices. The recommendations, which were co-authored...
  • Inside the PD: All-Star football, basketball games might be switched to December, March

    Inside the PD: All-Star football, basketball games might be switched to December, March
    Following the lead of other states, which have found that summer makes for bad timing, the Virginia High School Coaches Association is considering moving its football and basketball all-star games to immediately following their respective seasons. The...