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  • Roundup: Roland Park girls race past St. Mary's-Ryken, 65-53

    Roundup: Roland Park girls race past St. Mary's-Ryken, 65-53
    The No. 1 Roland Park girls basketball team increased a six-point halftime lead to 24 by the end of the third quarter and rolled to a 65-53 victory over St. Mary's-Ryken in the Public vs. Private Challenge on Saturday at McDonogh. Lindsey Edwards scored...
  • Roundup | Saturday, Jan. 10

    Roundup | Saturday, Jan. 10
    BOYS BASKETBALL Bartlett defeats Metea Valley as DiCanio sets scoring mark There was no school at Bartlett on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, which meant there also weren’t any basketball practices. So, senior guard Ryan DiCanio practiced on...
  • USC shows progress in win over California, 71-57

    Before Wednesday, USC had looked as if it were headed for another miserable year in the Pac-12. In their first two conference games, against Colorado and Utah, the Trojans had lost by a combined 45 points. The team's leading scorer, freshman point guard...
  • Roundup | Friday, Dec. 26

    FOOTBALL St. Edward's Rolando names coach of the year by Athletico St. Edward coach Mike Rolando likes to call his football program more than an athletic endeavor. After winning the Athletico Coach of the Year Award, it’s apparent quite a...
  • Windsor's Greg Andrade: Former Walk-On In Starring Role

    HARTFORD — Greg Andrade joined the Central Connecticut men's basketball team as a walk-on — but he is not your average walk-on. "He played six minutes last year," coach Howie Dickenman said. "Never asked for anything, never said 'boo.' So...
  • UConn Gets Contributions Everywhere To Rout Central

    UConn Gets Contributions Everywhere To Rout Central
    HARTFORD — What was left of UConn's biggest home crowd of the season was booing as the game ended Sunday. The Huskies may have won in a walk, but they fell one point short of threshold that would have triggered free buffalo wings for fans at a...
  • Cal opens Pac-12 play with 81-75 win over Washington

    BERKELEY, Calif. The 21st-ranked Washington Huskies went into Friday's Pac-12 men's basketball opener knowing they had to contain California guard Tyrone Wallace. For a while, they did a good job limiting the conference's second-leading scorer. However,...
  • Cowboys hold off Huskies, 30-22

    TEMPE, Ariz. There were few surprises in Chris Petersen's first season as Washington's football coach. The Huskies won the games they were supposed to win. They lost all five of their regular-season matchups to ranked Pac-12 Conference teams. In the...
  • Saturday's local interest college basketball roundup: CNU men set school record with 18 3s; CNU women's Green scores 1,000th point and grabs 19 rebounds

    MEN: Christopher Newport 95, York (Pa.) 61: The Captains (8-3, 3-1 Capital Athletic Conference) set a school record with 18 3-pointers, outscoring the Spartans 54-26 in the final 20 minutes at Freeman Center and shooting better than 50 percent for the...
  • Bowl season is right up their alley

    Bowl season is right up their alley
    Bowl season blew by faster than Oregon by Florida State during the Rose Bowl and Jim Mora by Bill Snyder after the Alamo. Oregon snapped one play every 16 seconds against the Seminoles, roughly the same rate referees tossed penalty flags at UCLA against...
  • Fights, fades, football as another bowl season nears completion

    Fights, fades, football as another bowl season nears completion
    NEW ORLEANS — There are hangovers and then there college football hangovers. Thirty-eight bowl games in just over two weeks and it's no wonder I woke up on Bourbon Street covered in beads wearing an 'In Urban We Trust' T-shirt. My head is swirling...