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Former Portsmouth High School standout Rosa Drummond recently became the Smith College women's basketball program's all-time leading scorer.
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East Lyme swimmers cheer on their teammates during the ECC boys' championship Saturday at UConn-Avery Point in Groton.
Novato High lacrosse team takes a lap during practice on Wednesday, March 5, 2014, at Novato High School.
Ryan defender Haley Grizzafi, right, winces as the ball heads for her head after a kick by Lewisville's Sydney Priest during Friday's match at Ryan.
In each game Jon Montez makes his presence known all over the court, both offensively and defensively.
Chris Moya has arguably the best hair, the best nickname and the best shot on the Estancia High boys' soccer team.
St. Peter's Prep celebrated the contributions of its graduating class tonight by starting five seniors for its matchup with Union Catholic in the NJSIAA Non-Public, North A quarterfinals.
Kings Mountain 12, Burns 10 - A five-run fifth for the Patriots and a five-run fourth for the Eagles highlighted the high-scoring battle.
Joe Paull firstname.lastname@example.org Kendrick's Kahlia Lawrence drives inside Friday afternoon in the GHSA Class AA states finals against Wesleyan.
The Cheney City Council held the first reading of five ordinances at its Feb. 25 meeting, most of which dealt with amending aspects of the city's water and sewer system.
Defending Class B champion Grand Island Northwest never trailed Thursday in defeating Sidney 65-44 in the first girls basketball state tournament game at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
While experience in sports is an added advantage for the teams who are lucky enough to possess it, sometimes youthfulness can also be just the jolt a team needs to take the next step to contention.
Crest's Thursday baseball game at North Gaston was postponed due to rain. The teams are still trying to determine a makeup date.
Despite walking three batters in the first inning, Van Dyk got out of an early bases-loaded jam and didn't allow a run to cross home plate until the fifth inning.
Severna Park cruised to a 33-point victory over North County in a regular-season game in January, but the Falcons faced a much tougher battle when the two teams met again in a Class 4A East Region Section I playoff on Wednesday night.
Malvern's Trey Tucci picked up a loose ball and let one fly from half court and the bank shot found the net and gave the Hornets a 42-37 lead over Steubenville Catholic Central as time expired in the third quarter.