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  • Suffield Academy CB Tahj Herring Commits To UConn

    The UConn football program picked up a fifth commitment on Saturday, landing Tahj Herring, a 6-foot-1, 186-pound cornerback from Suffield Academy. Herring, from Hartford, joins Glastonbury receiver Keyion Dixon as UConn recruits from state schools and is...
  • Former Hokies coach James Johnson reunites with former boss at Miami

     Former Hokies coach James Johnson reunites with former boss at Miami
    Constant competition and occasional backstabbing aside, coaches are a tight bunch. So when a fraternity member is out of work, invitations abound: attend games; observe practices; participate in staff meetings. James Johnson took full advantage of those...
  • Olympic medalist returns to Bloom High School to give back

    Olympic medalist returns to Bloom High School to give back
    Bloom Township High School helped create the mettle of the man. Now the man's medal, won with the help of Bruce Jenner, may help Bloom. Jan Johnson, the 1972 Olympic bronze medalist in the pole vault, is hosting a clinic Aug. 14-15 at the Chicago...
  • Former Saucon Valley coach John Seneca is now the full-time head coach at the University of Delaware

    Former Saucon Valley coach John Seneca is now the full-time head coach at the University of Delaware
    The University of Delaware announced on Friday that former Saucon Valley coach John Seneca would be in charge of its women's softball program on a full-time basis. Seneca, who was brought to the Blue Hens by former Saucon player Jaime Wohlbach, was...
  • Bowie's Grant lands in New York with Knicks

    Bowie's Grant lands in New York with Knicks
    For a brief, flickering moment, it looked like Bowie native Jerian Grant might start his professional basketball career close to home with the Washington Wizards. The Wizards selected the former DeMatha High and Notre Dame guard with the 19th overall...
  • SC's Kelly picks Maryland

    SC's Kelly picks Maryland
    For budding high school football recruits, the summer heading into their senior year can be an important time to secure collegiate offers to play. South Carroll's Silas Kelly was in such a position. Already with pledges from Albany and Eastern...
  • Pat Disabato: baseball season provided plenty of entertainment

    Pat Disabato: baseball season provided plenty of entertainment
    It's a wrap. The 2015 spring baseball season is complete, filled with memorable moments and another local state champion — thank you, Providence. That's four straight years the area has won at least one state championship. For the second...
  • Gilman defensive tackle Ellison Jordan commits to Penn State

    Gilman defensive tackle Ellison Jordan commits to Penn State
    Gilman All-Metro defensive tackle Ellison Jordan announced his commitment to Penn State this afternoon over Maryland and Virginia Tech. "It's hard to put my finger on it, but there was just something special about the atmosphere at Penn State that...
  • College Update: Glendale college baseball transfers continue to produce at next level

    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Angel Rodriguez (Glendale Community College, 2014) Cal State Northridge baseball junior: An All-American and All-Western State Conference selection at Glendale, Rodriguez was an All-...
  • Michigan's Pipkins transferring, says he was told to retire

    Michigan senior defensive lineman Ondre Pipkins will be leaving the program, he confirmed on Instagram. Following an espn.com interview in which he said U-M football coach Jim Harbaugh told him repeatedly to sign a medical scholarship waiver to end his...
  • Former FSU captain Ricky Argro returns to Seminoles as track assistant

    Former FSU captain Ricky Argro returns to Seminoles as track assistant
    Ricky Argro, a captain for FSU’s first national championship men’s track team in 2006, is returning to his alma mater as an assistant coach specializing in sprints and relays. The former Lyman football and track standout will leave his...