18 min ago | Tomahawk Online
The JCHS tennis team wrapped up their season with a strong run in the district tournament earlier this month.
1 hr ago | Tualatin Times
Gladstone High School coeds last week bagged their third straight district team title and the 2012 Class 4A state champions head to this week's state championships with as good a chance as anyone of bringing back a team championship trophy.
1 hr ago | Tualatin Times
La Salle Prep's boys track and field team ruled last week's Tri-Valley Conference District Track and Field Meet, outscoring the runner-up team from Molalla 205-119. It was the fourth straight district team title for the Falcon guys, who had winners in eight of the 17 events and qualified athletes for state in 12 events.
2 hrs ago | The Hutchinson News, Hutchinson Kansas
Tuesday was the biggest day in Hutchinson High girls soccer history. For the first time ever, the Salthawks were playing in a Class 6A state quarterfinal game, and it was against a Maize team they lost to by a single goal less than two weeks ago.
4 hrs ago | MDJonline.com
With other pockets of celebration all around him, Pope's Chip Mattiford celebrates, too, after the Greyhounds' win over Starr's Mill in Tuesday's series-clinching win against Starr's Mill.
4 hrs ago | Town Topics
LATE BLOOMERS: Princeton High baseball player Ellis Bloom takes a cut in recent action.
5 hrs ago | TheCourier.com
By JAMIE BAKER Staff Writer For Vanlue's seniors, it's one last chance to beat Ottawa Hills.
5 hrs ago | Weirton Daily Times
It was the Bub Haddox day Tuesday at the Oak Glen Field of Dreams baseball diamond.
5 hrs ago | Logan Banner
The Wildcats, ranked No. 9 in the state in Class AAA, were upset 5-0 on Monday night at Winfield in the regional semifinals and saw their season come to a close at 20-10. Winfield, which lost twice to Logan this season by 10-1 and 11-2 scores, improved to 16-16 and are scheduled to host Cabell Midland on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. in the Class AAA ... (more)
6 hrs ago | The Gazette
Duanesburg managed just three hits, but one was a game-tying grand slam in the bottom of the seventh inning, and another was Shane Barberis' single that led to the game-winning run as the Eagles beat Canajoharie, 7-6, in the Section II Class C tournament on Tuesday.
10 hrs ago | Journal Gazette
Wayne's Brionna Thomas wins 100 in 11.99. She set a regional record in the 200, finishing in 24.23. - The Northrop girls track regional Tuesday wasn't just about times, distances and heights, it was also about records and redemption.
13 hrs ago | Tigard Times
With the bases loaded and his team trailing by one run in the bottom of the seventh inning Monday, Tualatin's clean-up hitter stepped to the plate.
The visiting Settlers nearly pulled off an upset for the ages but ultimately fell one run short, losing 2-1 to the top-seeded Pierson-Bridgehampton Whalers, who have lost just a single game all season.
Oakton junior left-hander Tommy Lopez unleashes a pitch during his team's 5-4 win against Chantilly in the Concorde District championship Monday night.
"We took practice more seriously," said Toronto's Tyler Owens. "We didn't joke around as much and we actually got down through the ball .
The story we shared earlier this month on Patch about Brian Thal, the student manager for the Parkway North baseball team who started the Vikings' game earlier this month against Kirkwood was easily one of the top-read stories in May.
Such is the case for a number of pitchers in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I North playoffs, a tournament filled with drama at Sacramento City College and pitching a clear theme.
But from Fairfield Ludlowe's perspective, its tall first baseman picked a fine time to break out of his prolonged-hitting slump.