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  • Charges dropped in Austin Scott rape case

    Only hours after rape and sexual assault charges against ex-Penn State running back Austin Scott were dropped Friday, his lead attorney compared the investigators to ''lynch mobs'' and said the NFL hopeful plans to sue law enforcement officials and his...
  • Blue Jays snap Cubs' winning streak

    Blue Jays snap Cubs' winning streak
    Only a few days after coming off their West Coast swing, the Cubs began their artificial turf trip Friday night at the Rogers Center. The Cubs hadn't played a game on artificial turf since getting swept in Minnesota in 2006 and had not won a game on fake...
  • Bethel Bruins

    BETHEL BRUINS The vital info 2008 | 8-4, 6-3 in Peninsula District (lost to Oscar Smith 35-6 in Eastern Region Division 6 semifinal). Last playoff appearance | 2008 Coach | Jeff Nelson (third season at Bethel, 18-6; fourth season overall, 18-16)...
  • Warriors off to a strong start, beat Bethel 16-14

    Warriors off to a strong start,  beat Bethel 16-14
    On Halloween night, Kecoughtan closed its 2008 season by upsetting Bethel 28-21. There was no playoff bid for the Warriors, only a break-even finish that set a positive tone for the offseason. Opening against those same Bruins on Friday night,...
  • Old Timer's Day lineup

     
    BY RODERICK BOONE The Yankees today announced the scheduled attendees for next month's Old Timer's Day. With this being the last one held at The Stadium, it's no surprise the number of former players invited will surpass that of any......
  • Jeff Nelson of sainted Yanks old guard on MLB Net

     
    Speaking of late 1990s Yankees (see post below), Jeff Nelson will be a guest analyst for MLB Network today and tomorrow, and if all goes well he could be in the mix for a permanent gig. Speaking of the MLB......
  • Local Hospital Fined For Deadly Blood Transfusion

    HOLLYWOOD -- A local hospital has been fined $25,000 by the state after nurses failed to follow blood transfusion protocol and a patient died as a result. A state Department of Public Health investigation found that in October 2008, a patient at...
  • At last, Gayle fits his family genes

    At last, Gayle fits his family genes
    Football was always in his DNA. The problem was, somebody apparently forgot to tell his DNA. When James Gayle moved to Hampton as an eighth-grader, he stood just a shade over 5-foot-6. Nice size for a jockey, but not for a kid whose father and uncle both...
  • Oscar Smith grounds out rout

    Oscar Smith spent this season running roughshod over the Southeastern District with a strong passing game and little help from the rushing attack. But with a soggy and downright muddy field Friday night, the Tigers used their legs to upend visiting Bethel...
  • Bethel defensive end picks HU

    This is one birthday present Daryell Walker isn't likely to forget. Walker, a Bethel High defensive end who turns 18 on Feb. 4, National Signing Day, verbally committed to Hampton University on Thursday. Walker said he was impressed with HU's coaching...
  • Coach makes a difference for many on Peninsula

    Coach makes a difference for many on Peninsula
    Larry Orie watched Mike Tomlin grow up. Saw him play youth sports. Attended his football games at Denbigh High and later at William and Mary. A close friend of Tomlin's parents since high school, Orie followed Tomlin's coaching career when he reached the...