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  • On The Fly: Looking For A Diversion From NFL?

    On The Fly: Looking For A Diversion From NFL?
    Let us assume, for a moment, and frankly this isn't a big stretch, that the Jets will lose to the Steelers and the Giants will be sliced up in Seattle. The Patriots are not playing Sunday. So what's a sports fan to do? Go local, we say. The other...
  • High School Legends series | Johnny Lattner: Johnny Fenwick

    High School Legends series | Johnny Lattner: Johnny Fenwick
    Editor's note: This is the second in a series on high school sports legends with roots in Chicago and the surrounding area. Johnny Lattner doesn't have a reason to leave. The boys usually show up around 11 a.m., or whenever the doors of Doc Ryan's...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: U.Va. women shut out UNC in ACC soccer semifinal

    COLLEGES: Women's soccer: ACC: Virginia advanced to the ACC tournament final in Greensboro, N.C., with a 2-0 victory over North Carolina, thanks to goals by Makenzy Doniak and Morgan Reuther. The Cavaliers (18-1), ranked fourth nationally and...
  • Friday's 11/7 local schedule (updated Thursday PM)

    COLLEGES Men’s basketball Penn State Greater Allegheny Tipoff (in McKeesport, Pa.): Apprentice vs. Pitt-Titusville, 4 Kent State-Tuscarawas at Penn State Greater Allegheny, 8 Exhibition: California (Pa.) at VCU, 7 Women’s volleyball Delaware...
  • Regional Digest: Eric Campbell To Speak At Baseball Dinner

    Eric Campbell To SpeakAt World Series Club New York Mets first baseman Eric Campbell will be the guest at the World Series Club of Hartford County dinner Nov. 11 at 6 p.m. at the VFW Hall, 83 South Road in West Hartford. Campbell, a native of New London,...
  • Sunday's multi-sport college and local roundup: ODU field hockey loses regular-season finale, 5-1 to No. 1 North Carolina

    Field hockey: Emily Harting scored on a penalty stroke for Old Dominion, but the 17th-ranked Lady Monarchs’ five-game win streak ended with a 5-1 loss to No. 1 North Carolina. Harting’s goal five minutes before halftime gave ODU the lead....
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Norfolk State ends drought, gains first women's volleyball victory of year

    COLLEGES: Women’s volleyball: **Angie Darcus had 22 assists Friday as Norfolk State (1-19, 1-7 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) ended its season-long drought, winning 14-25, 25-23, 25-22, 25-22 at home against Morgan State (11-10, 4-4). ... **...
  • Hoops commit list grows as Williamson, Maitland pledge

    Hoops commit list grows as Williamson, Maitland pledge
    Two more area boys basketball players made college decisions over the weekend. Shooting guard C.J. Williamson of Evans committed to Texas Tech during his official visit to Lubbock, and Daytona Beach Father Lopez point guard Malik Maitland committed to...
  • UConn Soccer Coach Ray Reid Going For Win No. 400

    UConn Soccer Coach Ray Reid Going For Win No. 400
    Notre Dame men's soccer coach Bobby Clark didn't have to think long and hard about his earliest memory of UConn coach Ray Reid. When asked last month about their first meeting, Clark recalled an exhibition game from nearly 30 years ago. Reid was an...
  • Regional Digest: New London Tackle Commits To UConn

    Tackle Commits To UConn Brian Cespedes, a 6-foot-7, 260-pound offensive tackle at New London High committed to the UConn football program Friday. Cespedes is the 17th recruit to commit for 2015. Two Assigned To Wolf Pack The Rangers recalled forward...
  • Cavanaugh Admits Hockey East Foes Will Be Tough For UConn

    Cavanaugh Admits Hockey East Foes Will Be Tough For UConn
    STORRS — Returning members of the UConn hockey team don't have to wonder what it takes to beat a Hockey East team. The Huskies did it twice in three attempts last season, defeating UMass and Providence and losing to Boston University. But the small...