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Top-ranked Muskegon's boys basketball team took its show on the road Monday night for the first time in the state tournament and continued its dominating play.
Timothy Brown for the Sun-News Cliff's Tate Shelley finished off Saturday night's game with a dunk.
Indiana lawmakers encountered more pushback Monday against a bill allowing that would allow guns in cars on school property as long as they are hidden and in the parking lot.
Nebraska's Benny Parker is carried on the shoulders of fans who had stormed the court following an NCAA game against Wisconsin in Lincoln, Neb., Sunday.
Arhcbishop Mitty's Connor Peterson drives on Serra's Sean Watkins in the Central Coast Section Open Division boys basketball championship Friday night, March 7, 2014, at Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, Calif.
The close-knit community of Delbarton lost a beloved former educator and coach this past weekend when Bill Smith passed away.
BENTON'S NATHAN CRAFT puts up a shot over Lima Central Catholic defender Jake Williams Saturday night at Ohio Northern University.
But the top-seeded Tigers slipped away with a 46-44 victory and the 3A East Regional girls’ championship.
Jennie Van knew she wanted to be an artist when she was a little girl, but she couldn't have known... Salesianum's Brian O'Neill sprints down the court to his teammates as the clock runs out in the fourth quarter of Saturday's game.
While the rest of her W.F. West teammates had an early shootaround and their pregame fast-food ritual for lunch, Julie Spencer sang at her father's funeral.
After the first five minutes of the North Coast Section Division III girls basketball championship game Saturday, there was no question which team would win.
The Eagles' defense forced 13 turnovers, which they were able to convert into 18 points, and they limited third-ranked Fort Wayne Canterbury's explosive offense to 33 percent shooting to win 64-61 in the 2A state title game Saturday and earn their first hoops championship since 2009.
TOUGH DRAW: LL is stacked on the top half of the bracket. You could make an argument for any of the top 10 teams making a run to Mohegan Sun and nobody's road is going to be easy.
Plymouth Christian Academy's varsity girls basketball team could not stop a fourth-quarter rally by Everest Collegiate Thursday, as the Eagles lost 49-41 in a Class D regional final at Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes.
Chandler White of Carroll shoots in front of Northrop's Jacoby Claypool during the first quarter Friday.