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  • Towson clinches spot in CAA women's lacrosse tournament with win

    Towson clinches spot in CAA women's lacrosse tournament with win
    Visiting Towson rolled to a 20-9 win over William & Mary on Sunday to clinch a spot in the Colonial Athletic Association tournament. Nine Tigers scored as Towson (8-7, 3-3 CAA), a three-time defending tournament champion, finished with its most goals in a game since 2010. The Tribe (5-10, 1-4) scored the first two goals but trailed 8-2 at halftime.
  • Eddie Olczyk mixing hockey, horse racing duties

    Eddie Olczyk mixing hockey, horse racing duties
    Eddie Olczyk is going to the Kentucky Derby. Olczyk will be taking a hiatus from his NBC duties as a hockey analyst to talk about his other favorite sport: horse racing. The network announced he will be part of NBC’s coverage of the Kentucky...

    King Leatherbury, filly Xtra Heat named to horse racing Hall of Fame

    King Leatherbury, filly Xtra Heat named to horse racing Hall of Fame
    For King Leatherbury, handicapping was always the essence of thoroughbred racing. Let other horsemen wax poetic about the connection between man and animal. Leatherbury loved horses as a Maryland kid coming up at the knee of his father, a small-time...

    Shady Side's Leatherbury named to horse racing hall

    Shady Side's Leatherbury named to horse racing hall
    SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (AP) — Shady Side resident King Leatherbury, one of the winningsest horse racing trainers of all time, was elected to the National Museum of Racing's Hall of Fame on Monday along with late jockey Chris Antley and thoroughbreds...

    Jockey Chris Antley leads Racing Hall of Fame class

    Chris Antley, the late jockey who twice won the Kentucky Derby, was elected to the National Museum of Racing's Hall of Fame on Monday with thoroughbreds Lava Man and Xtra Heat and trainer King Leatherbury. They will be inducted Aug. 7. Antley, who died...