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  • Sideline Chatter: They aren't exactly in a hurry to end this rivalry

    And how are those new speed-up rules working out for you, MLB? The first Yankees-Red Sox game this season took 19 innings, 15 pitching changes, 6 hours and 49 minutes to complete. And if you think those numbers look ugly now, just wait till MLB's team...
  • Track & Field: Dana Hills distance medley runs national-leading time

    Dana Hills' boys distance medley relay of Mason Coppi, Diego Southard, Colin Stein and Jake Ogden won the Arcadia Invitational in a national-leading time of 10:06.73. Redondo Union was second in 10:08.16, followed by Corona and Ventura. -- Steve...
  • Meade showcases talent at Meade Stampede

    The tradition of outdoor track success at Meade stretches back for decades as does the annual Meade Stampede. The event affords the Mustangs an opportunity to showcase their program while providing a litmus test by providing competition that they won't...
  • Track & Field: Great Oak girls win Distance Medley at Arcadia

    Great Oak's distance medley relay of Kiyena Beatty, Taylor Lawson, Ally Talpash and Destiny Collins clocked 11:49.59 to take first place at the Arcadia Invitational. Palos Verdes was second in 11:54.83 and Saugus was fourth in 11:58.16.  -- Steve...
  • Kids' triathlons take off (grownups' triathlons do too)

    The Roberts kids sometimes try putting on clothes, shoes and bike helmets while they are soaking wet from swimming in the family pool. They are practicing for the kids' triathlon series in their hometown of Tallahassee, Florida. Madeleine Roberts, 13,...
  • Szabo: CdM swimming preps for Uni showdown

    The Marian Bergeson Aquatics Center at Corona del Mar High hosted some world-class water polo last week with the FINA Men's Intercontinental Tournament. Those looking for a high-level high school swim meet can return to the CdM pool deck on Wednesday....
  • Food stamp recipients should have limits on their food choices

    Food stamp recipients should have limits on their food choices
    Growing up, I saw firsthand how my mother did her best to carefully stretch welfare checks to cover the basics: housing, food, clothing and transportation. As a single teenage mom in my early years, she needed that government assistance, but she was...
  • Pasadena: Chesapeake grad's legacy carries on in annual triathlon

    Pasadena: Chesapeake grad's legacy carries on in annual triathlon
    Emily Schindler was a freshman at Frostburg State University heading to ski at Wisp Mountain when she was killed in an accident on a snowy road in January 2004. Just months later, Linda and Charles Schindler of Pasadena, turned the death of their 18-...
  • W&M report startling in scope, ambition, candor

    W&M report startling in scope, ambition, candor
    WILLIAMSBURG — William and Mary athletic director Terry Driscoll says his department's most-pressing facility needs are a practice complex for basketball and volleyball, a pool for swimming and diving and a new or refurbished basketball arena. But...
  • Jupiter shark victim: 'All this blood was pouring from my head'

    Jupiter shark victim: 'All this blood was pouring from my head'
    Heading out with two friends last week to spear fish off Jupiter Inlet, Rick Neumann hoped to return with a few decent-sized cobia. He didn't anticipate an encounter with a 10-foot shark. Neumann, 70, of Pompano Beach, was free diving -- swimming with a...
  • Connections: National basketball title thrills walk-on from Orangewood

    Connections: National basketball title thrills walk-on from Orangewood
    As a biochemistry and molecular biology major at Florida Southern in Lakeland, Alex McClanahan (Orangewood Christian) knows and understands a bunch of big words. But when describing his feelings about the Mocs winning the NCAA Division II national...