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  • 'A fighter of lions' leads the pack for JW North

    The best first name in high school basketball belongs to Dikymbe Martin of Riverside JW North.
  • Lafayette pole vaulter Tomczak focused on becoming second state vaulter to clear 13 feet indoors

     Lafayette pole vaulter Tomczak focused on becoming second state vaulter to clear 13 feet indoors
    WILLIAMSBURG – At 5-foot-5, Lafayette senior Kathryn Tomczak is about average height for a high school girl. By gymnastics standards, however, she's the equivalent of a basketball power forward. Tomczak was still winning age-group state titles...

    Boys Basketball: New Coach, New Results For South Windsor

    Boys Basketball: New Coach, New Results For South Windsor
    Joe Tamburro's three-pointer against East Hartford at the overtime horn last Thursday night gave South Windsor a 72-71 victory, one of its more memorable games in many years. Four days earlier East Hartford had won 84-62 at Weaver-Hartford, then No. 1...

    Ranking ACC non-conference football schedules, explaining added Friday games

    Ranking ACC non-conference football schedules, explaining added Friday games
    ACC schools vowed in 2001 not to play Friday night football, long the domain of high schools. That changed in 2012, when the conference signed a contract with ESPN that increased rights fees by 30 percent and mandated three Friday games per season....

    Janarvis Pough, WR

    Janarvis Pough, WR
    Janarvis Pough American Heritage Pos.: Wide Receiver Ht.: 6-0/Wt.: 172 Composite Rankings: 2 stars Commitment: Bowling Green Highlight Tape: http://www.hudl.com/athlete/1866972/janarvis-pough Analysis: Bowling Green continued its...