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  • Study links small drain pipes to pollution at Newport's 'baby beaches'

    Small drain pipes carrying runoff from Newport Beach streets could be causing high fecal bacteria counts frequently detected in bay waters at so-called "baby beaches," according to a UC Irvine study. Bays often are home to baby beaches because the water...
  • Thursday's multi-sport high school roundup: WCA boys, girls defeat Nansemond-Suffolk

    BOYS BASKETBALL: Xavier Green had 11 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists and Andre Brown scored 23 Thursday night as Williamsburg Christian Academy (6-1) routed Nansemond-Suffolk Academy 84-43. Logan Lokie paced NSA with 10 points. GIRLS BASKETBALL:...
  • Roundup | Thursday, Dec. 11

    Roundup | Thursday, Dec. 11
    BOYS BASKETBALL Marquis Howard has hot hand for West Aurora After burying six three-pointers and scoring a career-high 26 points against Glenbard East, West Aurora’s Marquis Howard described what the rim looks like when a shooter has the hot hand....
  • Thursday's 11:55 p.m. UPDATE: Multi-sport high school results

    Boys basketball WCA 84, NSA 43 NANSEMOND-SUFFOLK ACADEMY: Corrigan 5, Lokie 10, Brinkley 5, Richter 4, Cooper 5, Shiembob 3, Bardt 2, Smith 3, Salman 4, Booker 2. Totals 16 8-17 43. WILLIAMSBURG CHRISTIAN AC. (6-1): Flanagan 15, Kean 8, Mather 6,...
  • Swimming with manatees in Crystal River this winter

    Swimming with manatees in Crystal River this winter
    The Plantation on Crystal River has created two winter packages giving guests the chance to swim with the West Indian manatee in Crystal River. Starting at $230 for two guests, the one-night Swim with the Manatees package includes: accommodations in a...
  • It Turns Out, Returning To Wesleyan Was Right Move For Whalen

    It Turns Out, Returning To Wesleyan Was Right Move For Whalen
    Upon returning to his alma mater as Wesleyan football coach in 2010, Mike Whalen's first task was to make sure there was a sense of priority. The Cardinals weren't going to become relevant in the NESCAC unless the mission was viewed as important by...
  • Roundup | Wednesday, Dec. 10

    Roundup | Wednesday, Dec. 10
    BOYS BASKETBALL Sandburg’s Niko Kogionis gets lighter, starts lighting up with three-pointers Niko Kogionis’ goal is to make his final season of high school basketball a memorable one. He figured the best way for that to happen was to...
  • 11:55 p.m. Tuesday UPDATE: Multi-sport high school results

    Boys basketball KECOUGHTAN 64, PHOEBUS 63 PHOEBUS (0-1): Marshall 4, Belsches 3, Lewis 4, Jackson 1, Nelson 16, Cuffee 2, Mann 9, Smith 13, Mitchell 11. Totals 23 12-27 63. KECOUGHTAN (1-0): Haskett 22, Knowlin 16, Carrera 2, Drummond 9, Washington...
  • Australia turns back on China's fallen Sun

    Olympic and world champion swimmer Sun Yang has been barred from training in Australia in the wake of a three-month ban for a doping violation. Swimming Australia high performance boss Michael Scott met with Sun's Australian coach Denis Cotterell last...
  • Smithfield High: Baseball player Jake Ryan, swimmer Brooks Peterson make Division I commitments

    Two Smithfield High athletes recently committed to play athletics on the Division I level, while another will go the D-III route. Junior left-handed pitcher Jake Ryan will play baseball at George Mason, senior Brooks Peterson will swim for William and...
  • Former Flanagan standout wins world swimming title

    Former Flanagan standout wins world swimming title
    Chris Anderson didn't think former Flanagan High standout Alia Atkinson might one day become the first black woman to win a world swimming title. He was certain she would. "I just had to wait for it to come," Anderson told the Sun Sentinel. On...