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  • Tips on preventing spring sports injuries

    Tips on preventing spring sports injuries
    Playing team sports can provide many benefits to children. They can develop their physical skills, improve their fitness and make new friends, while learning the importance of practice, discipline and teamwork. But to enjoy those benefits, your child...
  • Top Billing: Summer carnival season underway

    The Odenton Volunteer Fire Company kicks off the long summer carnival season this week on the fire house grounds at 1425 Annapolis Road (Route 175). The carnival will be held from 5:30 to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday, from 5 to 11 p.m. Sunday and from...
  • Lin headlines CIF State swim entries

    Corona del Mar High senior swimmer Tyler Lin already can call himself a two-time CIF Southern Section Division 1 champion in the 100-yard breaststroke. The first CIF State Swimming & Diving Championships, a two-day meet that runs Friday and Saturday...
  • High School Roundup: Oilers on verge of another title

    The top-ranked Huntington Beach High boys' volleyball team was one win away from playing for another CIF Southern Section championship. The Oilers, No. 1 in Division 1, swept San Clemente and Beckman in playoff matches last week to reach the Final Four....
  • Fenwick senior Bailey Wendt adds to family's success in aquatics

    Fenwick senior Bailey Wendt should have been born in a setting that more appropriately reflects his family pedigree. A good choice might have been the Shedd Aquarium. According to IHSA records, his mom, Rachel (Coats) Wendt, was a nine-time state...
  • Slow and steady biking Idaho's remote Weiser River Trail

    No matter how speedily things are moving in the outside world, the pace is slow and steady on central Idaho's Weiser River Trail, a converted rail bed that runs 85 miles (137 kilometers) between two small towns in one of this state's most beautiful areas....
  • Lyons doubles up at state water polo tournament

     Lyons doubles up at state water polo tournament
    Lyons senior Caroline Walsh grew up playing mostly basketball and volleyball, but was also a club swimmer. Walsh wasn't a big fan of swimming, however, and gave up the sport before she got to high school. But friends drew her to the water polo team...
  • Head to Coral Gables' historic, 'Little Mermaid'-like swimming pool

    With its cool water, majestic stone walls and seaside décor, a visit to the Venetian Pool in Coral Gables is like swimming through a backdrop from "The Little Mermaid" — if you swap a bunch of delighted kids for the singing crabs. Venetian Pool is...
  • Flintridge Sacred Heart's Vose dazzles in CIF swimming swan song

    Flintridge Sacred Heart's Vose dazzles in CIF swimming swan song
    RIVERSIDE — After a substandard prelims on Thursday, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy swimming Coach Steve Bergen thought perhaps a third-straight CIF Southern Section Division I top-10 finish might be out of the question. But the Tologs rose to...
  • Glendale's Julian, La Cañada's Bell swim to CIF championships

    Glendale's Julian, La Cañada's Bell swim to CIF championships
    RIVERSIDE — Eight meet records fell at the CIF Southern Section Division II swimming finals Saturday at Riverside Aquatics Center, making it one of the faster meets the division has ever seen. Glendale High sophomore Trenton Julian wasn’t...
  • ECAC swimmers excel at national meet in Clearwater

    East Coast Aquatic Club swimmers made the most of their recent trip to Clearwater and first-ever age-group appearance in this year's NASA Showcase Classic at the Doyle Aquatic Center. Eleven of ECAC's 20 swimmers reached the medal podium in helping the...