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  • American Heritage boys golf in control of 2A tournament

    American Heritage boys golf in control of 2A tournament
    HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS — Like any good golf team, American Heritage spent some time on the practice green to sharpen their putting between rounds. That's how good teams win championships. The Patriots had a sizzling first round of 287 at the Class...
  • Boca Raton, Benjamin in reach of boys state golf title

    Boca Raton, Benjamin in reach of boys state golf title
    HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS — Benjamin boys golf coach Today Harbeck said before the Class 1A state championships that his team needed to stay within five strokes of the lead following the first day of competition. The long time Buccaneers coach got his...
  • Tribune/WGN-Ch. 9 Athlete of the Month: Hinsdale Central's Kenneth Li

    Tribune/WGN-Ch. 9 Athlete of the Month: Hinsdale Central's Kenneth Li
    On the final day of the Class 3A state boys golf tournament at The Den at Fox Creek Golf Course in Bloomington, Jess Krueger turned from coach to spectator to admirer. All season, the Hinsdale Central golf coach had watched junior Kenneth Li struggle in...
  • Three to be inducted into Virginia Peninsula bowling hall of fame | Community notebook

    Bill Glazier, Rich Brewer and Judy Golightly will be inducted into the Virginia Peninsula USBC Hall of Fame at Saturday night's awards banquet at the Magnuson Hotel and Convention Center in Newport News. Glazier and Brewer will be honored for their...
  • Girls golf | Lake Forest's Young thrives on the links

    Girls golf | Lake Forest's Young thrives on the links
    Lake Forest junior Emily Young bids her friends adieu as the golf season begins. "My friends kind of make fun of me," Young said. "They just say, 'See you after the golf season.' " Golf is a big part of Young's life. Lately, life has been very good....
  • Panthers' Thornton looking for win, not fight in return to Boston

    Panthers' Thornton looking for win, not fight in return to Boston
    Shawn Thornton knows he will be the center of a lot more attention then generally given a fourth-line forward Tuesday when he returns to Boston for the first time with the Florida Panthers. A popular player for seven seasons with the Bruins who helped...
  • PRESS BOX: NBA fines T-wolves G Martin

    The Sports Xchange PRESS BOX: NBA fines T-wolves G Martin Minnesota Timberwolves guard Kevin Martin was fined $15,000 on Monday for making what the NBA said was an obscene gesture during a 106-105 loss to the Chicago Bulls. Martin's actions occurred...
  • Golf competition can't break friends' bonds

    Golf competition can't break friends' bonds
    West Orange boys golf coach Scott Baker knew Kyler Tate and Sam Horsfield were close friends. Baker didn't know how close until the 18th hole of the Class 3A, Region 3 tournament last week. Horsfield, the reigning state champion from Davenport Ridge...
  • PGA golfer Phil Mickelson prices Rancho Santa Fe estate at $6 million

    PGA golfer Phil Mickelson prices Rancho Santa Fe estate at $6 million
    Professional golfer Phil Mickelson and his wife, Amy, have listed their estate in Rancho Santa Fe for sale for about $6 million. The compound, with sweeping vista views, includes a Tuscan-style residence of about 9,200 square feet, two guesthouses, a...
  • Broward teams eye golf titles

    Winning a boys high school start golf championship has not been a common occurrence for Broward County. Since the tournament began in 1927 only nine teams have earned a title trophy, the latest being American Heritage in 2012. That ended a 16-year...
  • FLASHBACK: In 1974, Southern Lehigh football winning streak reaches 20

    A weekly look back at sports in the Lehigh Valley, in anniversaries of multiples of five years. November 3 1989—Junior Jim Hope runs for a school-record 331 yards in Tamaqua's 28-21 win over Shenandoah. Hope, who scores on runs of 80, 46 and 6...