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  • Camps offered by park district throughout Spring Break

    Camps offered by park district throughout Spring Break
    Anyone looking to give their children a taste of summer in early spring need look no further than the Deerfield Park District during spring break. The park district will offer four camps for children of various ages and interest over spring break from...
  • Missy Franklin turns pro after leading Cal to NCAA swim championship

    Missy Franklin turns pro after leading Cal to NCAA swim championship
    After leading her college team to an NCAA championship this weekend, swimmer Missy Franklin has announced that she is turning professional. Choosing the same agent w represents skier Lindsey Vonn, Franklin has signed with Mark Ervin of WME-IMG,...
  • Headlands Dunes preserve is a wild Lake Erie beach with sand, forest, marshes

    Headlands Dunes preserve is a wild Lake Erie beach with sand, forest, marshes
    FAIRPORT HARBOR, Ohio Once there were 170 miles of unspoiled Lake Erie beaches with dunes and beach-loving vegetation on Ohio's North Coast. Few remain today. That's what makes Headlands Dunes State Nature Preserve in Lake County so special. It is the...
  • Post-Tribune Prep Scoreboard for Saturday, March 21

    Scores and highlights may be emailed to ptsports@post-trib.com. Saturday's Results Boys Basketball Class 3A Huntington North Semistate Griffith 51, Fort Wayne Dwenger 45 GRIFFITH (15-12-6-18) Anthony Murphy 10, Tremell Murphy 9, Anthony Quintero 0,...
  • Swimming: CdM takes third at Millikan relays

    LOS ALAMITOS — The Corona del Mar High boys' swim team was without two key club swimmers Saturday night in the finals of the Millikan Southern Section Relays. One was expected. CdM Coach Barry O'Dea knew he would be without junior Tim Hanson,...
  • Swimmers make big splash in Florida Gold Coast Jr. Olympics meet

    For Fort Lauderdale swimmer Jessica Nava, it was an early birthday present. Competing in her final age group meet during the recent Florida Gold Coast Junior Olympics swim meet at the Coral Springs Aquatic Complex, Nava won the high-point award in the...
  • Thursday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Five Hokies, two Monarchs, one U.Va. wrestler reach NCAA quarterfinals

    COLLEGES: Wrestling: Ccompetitors from Virginia Tech, Old Dominion and Virginia advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals in St. Louis. As for the Hokies, who are tied with Michigan for ninth place with 15 points, their quarterfinalists were: Joey Dance...
  • High School Roundup: Newport Harbor seven strokes better than Estancia

    BOYS' GOLF Newport Harbor 213, Estancia 220 Estancia's Kobi Uta shot 39 to earn medalist honors, but the Sailors won the nonleague match at Santa Ana Country Club Thursday. Landon Knight (40), Reid Pfeiffer (42), Luke Schea (43) and Parker Young (44)...
  • High School Championship Weekend: Join The Discussion

    High School Championship Weekend: Join The Discussion
    There are 12 state championship games this weekend in boys and girls basketball, hockey and boys swimming. The Courant is covering all of them. In addition to stories, pictures and video, follow along on our live, interactive feed beginning at 9:30 a.m....
  • Open Swimming: Greenwich Rolls; Cheshire's Bishop Wins Twice

    NEW HAVEN — Greenwich set three state records, amassed 658 points and won its third straight State Open boys swimming championship on Saturday at Yale's Kiphuth Pool. It was the Cardinals' fourth Open title in the past five years and 31st overall....
  • Finding sports for your kid? Think smell.

    Finding sports for your kid? Think smell.
    There are many reasons we steer our children into certain sports. Love of the game, location, cost, schedule. Valid reasons, all of them, but I've got another idea: Think about the smell, and then pick swimming. I have no swimmers in my house, but...