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  • Kent Island dominant in boys lacrosse victory

    Kent Island dominant in boys lacrosse victory
    Brady Loveless, Shane Slotterback and Bobby Giuffreda each scored three goals for Kent Island in a 19-0 rout of North Caroline in boys lacrosse on Wednesday. Cameron Schneck and Patrick Buckel added two each goals while Brendan Smith, Jackson Kratovil...
  • Bill would create big changes for high school sports

    Bill would create big changes for high school sports
    TALLAHASSEE — High school sports in Florida could be revamped under a sweeping bill passed by the Florida House on Wednesday. The House voted 86-29 for a bill that backers say would free students who enroll in Florida's home school, charter school...
  • Girls Lacrosse: Woody's big night leads Annapolis past Northeast

    Maddie Woody scored eight goals for the Annapolis girls lacrosse team in a 10-9 victory over Northeast on Tuesday night. Woody scored six of her goals in the first half to help the Panthers take a 6-2 lead at the break. Northeast battled back to tie the...
  • Saints continue to punish opponents

    To say the St. Mary's baseball team is hitting its stride would be an understatement. Following Wednesday's 11-0 victory over Annapolis Area Christian School in a rematch of last year's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference...
  • Seahawks hold off Panthers after delay

    Seahawks hold off Panthers after delay
    Lightning may have halted the game Monday night, but the South River boys lacrosse team would not be slowed down Wednesday night. The Seahawks (10-2) scored five goals in the third quarter and hung on for a 12-9 win against Annapolis in the continuation...
  • Boys basketball 7A and 8A All-State teams heavy on area talent

    Boys basketball 7A and 8A All-State teams heavy on area talent
    Nine area players were recognized on the Class 7A and 8A boys basketball All-State teams selected by SourceHoops and the Florida Association of Basketball Coaches. First-teamers in Class 8A were Florida Dairy Farmers Mr. Basketball award winner...
  • Sheriff whose home was razed by tornado gets grandfather's baseball glove back

    Sheriff whose home was razed by tornado gets grandfather's baseball glove back
    It's been a rough month for Brian VanVickle. The Ogle County sheriff had the sad duty to report the widespread damage that a tornado brought to Rochelle, which included the destruction of his own home. "There was not much left," he said of the damage to...
  • Five players emerge from U.Va. football's spring practices with opportunity for more playing time

    Five players emerge from U.Va. football's spring practices with opportunity for more playing time
    Throughout the spring, Virginia coach Mike London stressed the importance of his team creating a power running identity on offense, and filling some glaring holes on defense. It remains to be seen if London's objectives were met, but there's no doubt...
  • Varsity scores: April 22

    Softball   Regional quarterfinals     Class 7A     Orange Park Fleming Island 2,   Lake Howell 1 Buzz: Fleming Island is 23-4. Giovanna Watts had a home run for Lake Howell (17-10).   St. Cloud1 Lakeland George Jenkins0  ...
  • St. Joseph sophomore Jake Hansen already shows leadership skills

    St. Joseph head baseball coach Jay Meath doesn't normally pull freshman up to varsity. In his 10 years at the Westchester school, Meath has only had three freshman on varsity from day one. But last year he saw something special in Jake Hansen. Meath...
  • People with autism featured in free Sprout Film Festival

    People with autism featured in free Sprout Film Festival
    A girl with autism who plays a tuba in Atlanta, a boy with developmental disabilities who becomes an animator, and a high school basketball manager with autism who gets to play in a game are people you will see in 14 films being shown as part of the...