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  • Emmaus 'team to beat' in EPC boys soccer

    Emmaus 'team to beat' in EPC boys soccer
    The formation of the new Eastern Pennsylvania Conference is what it is — the merger of the former Lehigh Valley and Mountain Valley conferences, and Parkland boys soccer coach Patrick Birns isn't necessarily in favor of the consequences of the merger.
  • Saturday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Hampden-Sydney takes 18-point lead but can't complete upset

    Colleges: Football playoffs: Hampden-Sydney took an 18-point lead at No. 2-ranked Linfield in the NCAA Division III round of 16, but the hosts came back to win 31-21 Saturday in McMinnville, Ore. H-SC’s Nash Nance passed for 387 yards and two...

    Orioles pregame notes, thoughts

    Orioles pregame notes, thoughts
    The Orioles haven’t yet appeared on the Harbor Park Field yet for their game against their Triple-A affiliate Norfolk Tides. The Tides are in the outfield stretching. Game starts at 3:05 p.m. A couple, quick notes and observations before we get...

    O'Day, Patton in, Phillips out as Orioles finalize Opening Day roster

    O'Day, Patton in, Phillips out as Orioles finalize Opening Day roster
    The Orioles finalized their 25-man roster Wednesday for Friday's season opener against the Minnesota Twins, and there was one mild surprise: veteran sidearmer Darren O'Day and left-hander Troy Patton made the bullpen over lefty Zach Phillips. The 25-...


    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Brandon Moss walked into the batting cage during batting practice and turned to Phillies minor league assistant director Steve Noworyta. "This," he said with a smile, referring to Huntington Park, "is a hitter's park." An hour or so...