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  • Sports TV and radio: Saturday's 4/25 log (updated Friday AM)

    6 a.m.    Golf: China Open third round (d. in Shanghai).--Golf 7:30 a.m.    Tennis: Women’s Stuttgart and men’s Barcelona tournaments.--Tennis Ch. 7:40 a.m.    Soccer: English Premier League: Tottenham at Southampton.--NBCSN 9 a.m.  ...
  • Girls' Basketball Dream Team: Bruening played big for CdM

    Girls' Basketball Dream Team: Bruening played big for CdM
    Corona del Mar High girls' basketball Coach Mark Decker talked with pride during the season about the number of two-sport athletes on his team. Junior Natalia Bruening, the Sea Kings' 6-foot-4 forward, would be at the top of that list. In volleyball,...
  • Thursday's multi-sport high school roundup: Crabbers edge Wilson in 12th inning

    Baseball: Xavier Gunn reached on an infield error and scored on Patrick Morris’ single to left field in the bottom of the 12th inning, giving Hampton (5-5) a 7-6 win against Wilson. The Crabbers answered with a run in the eighth and 10th innings...
  • Friday's 4/24 local schedule (updated Friday AM)

    COLLEGES Baseball Apprentice School at Virginia State, 2 p.m. William and Mary at Delaware, 3 Old Dominion at Florida Atlantic, 6:30 Old Dominion Athletic Conference tournament (at City Stadium in Lynchburg): Roanoke vs. Eastern Mennonite,...
  • Local roundup: Oak Forest, Shannon Coyle continue to swing for fences

    Local roundup: Oak Forest, Shannon Coyle continue to swing for fences
    They're playing home run derby this season at Oak Forest. The Bengals went into Thursday's game against visiting T.F. South with 16 homers, Kylie Powers leading the pack with six and Taylor Sterkowitz a few lengths back with three. Powers smacked...
  • Ex-NFL star Jerramy Stevens pleads to DUI charges; wife Hope Solo was in van

    Ex-NFL star Jerramy Stevens pleads to DUI charges; wife Hope Solo was in van
    Former NFL player Jerramy Stevens -- the husband of U.S. soccer star Hope Solo -- pleaded no contest Thursday to drunk driving charges, authorities said. Stevens, 35, entered the plea on two misdemeanor counts: driving with a .08% blood-alcohol...
  • Bay Rivers District boys and girls soccer standings: York-Grafton boys unbeaten and play for 1st place Thursday at 7

    Bay Rivers District boys and girls soccer standings: York-Grafton boys unbeaten and play for 1st place Thursday at 7
    Below are the updated Bay Rivers District girls and boys soccer standings. Note that York and Grafton boys are both unbeaten and play on Thursday night (tonight) at 7 for first place in the BRD. BAY RIVERS DISTRICT SOCCER RECORDS Boys (overall then...
  • 11-year-old leads Lake County fight against arthritis

    11-year-old leads Lake County fight against arthritis
    While arthritis is typically associated with older populations, some 300,000 young people also deal with its debilitating effects on their body. Fighting against the disease together, 51-year-old Doug Van Treeck and 11-year-old Kort Visocnik are the...
  • Senators seek to revive funding for Orlando soccer stadium

    Senators seek to revive funding for Orlando soccer stadium
    TALLAHASSEE  — Backers of Florida's professional sports franchises are mounting a drive in the waning moments of this year's session of the Legislature to help out the Orlando City Lions, two other pro teams and Daytona International Speedway. A...
  • From dimensions to location to electrical wires, Warwick offers a unique baseball setting

    From dimensions to location to electrical wires, Warwick offers a unique baseball setting
    NEWPORT NEWS — In describing what makes Warwick High’s baseball field the most unique on the Peninsula, if not the 757, let’s begin with the setting. To the left, some 100 feet behind the third-base line, is Warwick Boulevard. When...
  • Soccer, snakes, lobbyists and pee; a typical Florida week

    Soccer, snakes, lobbyists and pee; a typical Florida week
    In today's Friday Files, we're talking soccer, snakes, political gifts and more. But first, did you see where a British tourist got caught urinating in an ice machine at the Hard Rock hotel? What the devil, bloke? You're totally ruining it for the...