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The Lynden football team may have found a way to win the Class 2A state championship game against Tumwater without standout Trent Postma on Saturday, Dec. 7, when he missed most of second half with an injury, but it probably would have had a difficult time making it to that game without him this season.
Scott Elarton first met Roy Halladay in high school. Halladay, a promising 16-year-old star at Arvada West, played on the same Cherry Creek summer ball team as the former Rockies right-hander.
The defending state Class B champion Windjammers from Camden Hills started their season in style Saturday, Dec. 7 as they participated in the annual Belfast Duals with five other squads.
Legislator Jay Schneiderman, Superintendent Dr. Carl Bonuso, Athletic Director Todd Gulluscio, Coach Shannon Judge, Bridgehampton Athletic Director Mary Anne Jules, India Hemby, Rachael Miller, Kasey Gilbride, Samantha Duchemin, Emma Romeo, Emmeline Luck, Katherine Matthers, Erica Selyukova, Assistant Coach Melissa Edwards, Bookeeper Elizabeth ... (more)
Just making it to this weekend’s championship has made a bit of history for the Cougars, as No.
Wakefield resident and Prout School senior Ryan Pinch recently received a principal nomination to the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD, from Congressman Jim Langevin.
They say one man was shot in the hand and leg after two men robbed the apartment.
Four Razorbacks were recognized on the Associated Press All-SEC teams released Monday.
Casey Cochran passed for 461 yards and four touchdowns to lead the University of Connecticut over Memphis 45-10 before a paltry crowd of 17,086 Husky diehards at frigid Rentschler Field in East Hartford on Saturday afternoon.
Minnetonka High School's boys swim and dive team captured four first places, three second places, and one third place to kick off their season.
The search is on in Pershing County for a group that went missing Sunday afternoon, after going out to "play in the snow."
Apparently Michigan still has some juice. Despite its disappointing season, finishing 7-5 isn't a major hindrance as Michigan is headed to the Dec. 28 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl where they will face Kansas State.
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.
Chandler Carroll and Rhett Hiestand each went 7-0 at the events, while Dillon Jackson and Cael McCormick went 6-1.
Courier Sports Staff Every sporting event on the calendar for Friday and some for Saturday were postponed or outright canceled due to the winter storm that swept through the area on Friday.
On Tuesday, November 26, the JV and varsity Lady Warrior basketball teams traveled to Jasper.