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  • Blast storms back on road to defeat Heat, 24-13

    Blast storms back on road to defeat Heat, 24-13
    The Blast rallied from a 9-2 first-quarter deficit to defeat the host Harrisburg Heat, 24-13, on Friday night and improve its Major Arena Soccer League record to 17-2. The Blast, which got back into the game with six unanswered points in the second...
  • Boys' basketball: Chad Holloway leads Grant into Division II final

    There's no better athlete on the campus of Grant High than junior Chad Holloway. He was a star for the football team and now he's a star for the basketball team that earned a spot in next Saturday's City Section Division II final with a 64-55 upset of No....
  • Ron Cook: Shame on those contributing to late-February sadness

    It's not quite March, but the madness has started. Or should I say the sadness? Last Saturday, two high school girls basketball teams in Tennessee tried to blatantly tank the same game so they could avoid a powerhouse in the playoffs. Monday, Kansas...
  • North Central's Jim Miller makes wrestling coaches hall of fame

    North Central College athletic director Jim Miller wrestled and coached at NCC. He can look back with a laugh at the situation the Cardinals' wrestling program faced in the late 1980s. The wrestling room at the time served as a day care during the...
  • Valparaiso women eye third straight win over Detroit

    Valparaiso University's women's basketball team is looking to make it three in a row against Detroit when the Titans visit the Athletics-Recreation Center for a 1:35 p.m. Saturday game. The Crusaders (6-20, 2-11) won their first Horizon League game of...
  • Mount Carmel grad Bobby Walsh a presence at net for Lewis volleyball

    During his first two seasons, Bobby Walsh was a good middle blocker for the Lewis University men's volleyball team. But this year, he has been one of the best in the country at the net for the No. 2 Flyers (11-1). "We knew he had the ability we were...
  • NBA Behind Him, Family Life Brings Rip Hamilton Back Home

    NBA Behind Him, Family Life Brings Rip Hamilton Back Home
    Richard "Rip" Hamilton's youngest son, 4-year-old Parker, has a pretty good handle with the basketball, and can and will take his father to the cup every now and then. Hamilton, the former UConn All-American, NCAA and NBA champion who officially...
  • Villanova beats Xavier 78-66 for its 10th straight win

    Villanova beats Xavier 78-66 for its 10th straight win
    CINCINNATI — Kris Jenkins' back-to-back 3-pointers started a late run that rallied No. 6 Villanova to its 10th straight victory on Saturday, 78-66 over Xavier. The Wildcats (27-2, 14-2 Big East) made five 3s — their specialty —...
  • Three Johns Hopkins players headline men's Tewaaraton Award watch list

    Three Johns Hopkins players headline men's Tewaaraton Award watch list
    The Tewaaraton Foundation announced Thursday night the 50 players on the Tewaaraton Award watch list, and three Johns Hopkins players were named. Junior attackman Ryan Brown (Calvert Hall), senior long-stick midfielder Michael Pellegrino and senior...
  • Williamsburg Christian boys, girls basketball teams clinch state semis

    The Williamsburg Christian boys and girls basketball teams each advanced to the semifinals of the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association Division III state tournament and were scheduled to play Friday. The state finals will be played on...
  • Crescenta Valley High girls' basketball gears up for another stiff test

    Crescenta Valley High girls' basketball gears up for another stiff test
    Winning coin flips to secure home playoff games isn’t the only thing working in favor of the Crescenta Valley High girls’ basketball team lately. The Falcons have looked pretty sharp on both ends of the court through the first two rounds of...