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1 hr ago | TheCourier.com
By MATT NYE STAFF WRITER BLOOMDALE -- Sometimes a basketball player has a night when the basket looks as big as the ocean and nearly every shot goes in.
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2 hrs ago | The Chronicle-Telegram
SHEFFIELD TWP. - Brookside never quit, but it never really mattered. Clearview raced out to a big lead after the first period and, despite a Cardinal run in the second quarter, was never seriously challenged in a 59-35 Patriot Athletic Conference win Tuesday night.
6 hrs ago | The Cary News
The idea of the "Silent Night" for Cardinal Gibbons' basketball quadruple-header against Ravenscroft came from an event at Taylor University, a small private college in Upland, Ind.
By David Green Tribune-Courier Sports email@example.com DRAFFENVILLE - Graves County snapped a three-game losing streak in Hoop Fest competition with a 75-65 victory Thursday in the second game of the 18th annual tournament.
Tala Ismail finished with a game-high 22 points and seven steals to lead the Flintridge Prep girls' basketball team to an easy 63-19 victory against Canoga Park in a pool-play contest of the 17th annual Pioneer Shootout at Providence High on Tuesday afternoon.
As a freshman last season, Tayana Wilson was the leading scorer and top ball-stealer for Rich Central.
The Trojans started off 0-3 last season, but Tyler Miklo's team has a new beat in its step in 2013.
When a fourth quarter, last-second shot went up, it felt like an eternity for the Madonna's girls basketball coach.
Shooting the ball has not been a strong suit for the Fowlerville girls basketball team thus far in a young season, and it hurt the Gladiators Monday night in a 54-23 loss to South Lyon East.
In something close to his heart, Hilo High girls basketball coach Ben Pana decided to put a spotlight on leukemia, hoping to bring awareness to the blood-related cancer with his team's first home game.
By Jeremy Martin TUKWILA-Trailing by one with 45 seconds remaining in Friday night's boy's basketball match up between Chief Sealth and Foster, the Seahawk's Ahmed Mohamed took a pass in the lane, pivoted towards the rim and knocked in the hoop plus the harm.
By DAVE HANNEMAN Staff Writer OTTAWA -- It only felt like a tournament game when Liberty-Benton and Ottawa-Glandorf squared off on Saturday at Robert J. Hermiller Gymnasium.
St. Charles North boys basketball coach Tom Poulin could have used the excuse that the North Stars were playing their third game in four days, but he would have none of it.
After trailing by a point at halftime, the Thomas Dale Knights surged back onto the basketball court with a clap of energetic thunder to overcome the Prince George Royals 85-65.
Callaway quarterback Tez Parks dives into the end zone for his team's first touchdown in Friday's playoff game against Buford.Photo by Eddie Sherrer... Callaway's defense makes a play during Friday's playoff game.
Those are the words used by most observers when describing Konawaena's 45-39 overtime loss to Kamehameha-Kapalama in the girls basketball state championship game last season.