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  • Wolf Pack Hope Experience Helps In Decisive Game 5 Friday

    Wolf Pack Hope Experience Helps In Decisive Game 5 Friday
    HARTFORD — The journey began five weeks ago, when the Minnesota Gophers lost in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. A few days later, junior defenseman Brady Skjei signed a contract with the New York Rangers. Skjei, 21, reported to the...
  • Daily Southtown Local Scoreboard for Friday, May 1

    FRIDAY'S RESULTS HIGH SCHOOLS BASEBALL Ag. Science 10, Bogan 0 (5 innings) Homewood-Flossmoor 12, Lockport 1 (6 innings) Kenwood 6, Morgan Park 4 Lincoln-Way North 5, T.F. South 2 Lincoln-Way West 4, Thornridge 0 Sandburg 3, Joliet Central...
  • GCAC determines where to put its 22 schools in three divisions

    GCAC determines where to put its 22 schools in three divisions
    After adding six members, Girls Catholic Athletic Conference officials faced the difficult task of keeping coaches at 22 schools happy when placing teams in new divisions. Making it all the more difficult was that McNamara is coming off its first...
  • Who will the Gators hire to replace Billy Donovan?

    Who will the Gators hire to replace Billy Donovan?
    The Florida Gators are now looking to replace a legend. Billy Donovan’s decision to become the next head coach of the Oklahoma City Thunder forces UF athletic director Jeremy Foley to hire a men’s basketball coach for the first time in...
  • Games of the Week

    Games of the Week
    No. 11 Yale (9-4 overall, 3-3 Ivy League) at No. 9 Brown (12-3, 4-2) Where: Providence, R.I. When: Friday, 7 p.m. Outlook: Brown captured the top seed and home-field advantage in the Ivy League tournament and would appear to be in prime position...
  • Oklahoma City Thunder's statement on hiring Gators coach Billy Donovan

    Oklahoma City Thunder's statement on hiring Gators coach Billy Donovan
    Here's the Oklahoma City Thunder's official statement on the hiring on Gators coach Billy Donovan: OKLAHOMA CITY, April 30, 2015 – The Oklahoma City Thunder named Billy Donovan the team’s new head coach, it was announced today by Executive...
  • Lewis sweeps past Lindenwood into MIVA finals

    Two rounds into the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Tournament, Lewis is an example of regular-season dominance that has carried over into the playoffs. After a quarterfinal sweep Saturday over Grand Canyon, host Lewis defeated...
  • Brent Villasenor pitches Providence past St. Laurence

    Brent Villasenor jumped off the mound and whirled toward the dugout with an emphatic fist pump. The Providence senior had just gotten back-to-back strikeouts to end a sixth-inning rally in the Celtics' Catholic League Blue opener Monday at St. Laurence....
  • Janney, Lis, Pagliaro, Kuczo To Receive Gold Keys

    Former NHL player Craig Janney, former Killingly High and Providence basketball standout Tracy Lis, former Derby High and Yale running back John Pagliaro and longtime FCIAC official John Kuczo will be honored with Gold Keys at the 74th Gold Key Dinner...
  • On The Fly: Kris Dunn Puts NBA On Hold, Stays At Providence

    Kris Dunn of New London has a bright NBA future. It just won't start this year. Dunn will return to Providence College for his junior year, even though he figured to land in the middle of the first round in this year's NBA draft. Dunn, a 6-foot-3 point...
  • Picture of NCAA tournament field starts to get clearer

    Picture of NCAA tournament field starts to get clearer
    This weekend brings us one step closer to "Mayhem," otherwise known as the NCAA lacrosse tournament that begins in earnest the second weekend of May. Conference races are tight and, in reality, the league tournaments are just an extension of the NCAA...