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  • Area road racing hall of fame inducts 3 new members

     Area road racing hall of fame inducts 3 new members
    A marathon runner who competed at Boston and New York Cty, a runner with wins from his teens to the senior age groups, and a local icon in race-walking are the newest inductees into the Virginia Peninsula Road Racing Hall of Fame.
  • Boy Athlete of the Week (Jan. 27): Cole Buese, Loyola Blakefield, swimming

    Boy Athlete of the Week (Jan. 27): Cole Buese, Loyola Blakefield, swimming
    The standout senior enjoyed a record-breaking weekend at the National Catholic High School Championships at Loyola University, leading the Dons to a first-place finish in the 14-team field. Buese set two meet and school records, capturing the 200-yard...

    Bracy, Daniels, Barnett heat up indoor track

    Bracy, Daniels, Barnett heat up indoor track
    Former Boone and FSU sprinter Marvin Bracy ran a world-leading time of 6.09 seconds to win the men’s 55-meter dash at last weekend’s Jimmy Carnes Indoor Track and Field Meet at UF’s O’Connell Center. First Academy senior and...

    College Notes: Three from Lehigh selected in Major League Lacrosse draft

    College Notes: Three from Lehigh selected in Major League Lacrosse draft
    Lehigh seniors Matt Poillon, Dan Taylor and Lukas Mikelinich were all selected in the 2015 Major League Lacrosse Collegiate Draft held Friday night in Baltimore. The first goaltender selected, Poillon was drafted 28th overall by the New York Lizards....

    Retooled roster, new Designated Player give Fire hope for turnaround

    Retooled roster, new Designated Player give Fire hope for turnaround
    It's easy to feel upbeat at the dawn of a new season. But theĀ FireĀ have more reasons for optimism than most as they move beyond a dreary 2014 season. After going 6-10 with an MLS-record 18 ties and no playoff appearance, the Fire kicked off training...