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From 1981 to 1984, a small school with Class AA enrollment dominated the Class AAA wrestling scene in Pennsylvania.
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Mohawk baseball coach Eric Hoover watches his team warm up between innings in a recent Midland Athletic League game against St. Wendelin.
Just as they did in the first quarter of 2013, crime numbers in Cheney continued to decline through the first three months of 2014.
When Ryan sophomore Manny Torralba stepped on home plate on Friday night, the home fans and team were able to celebrate something for the first time this season.
Tyngsboro High's Ben Foley tries to make a move past North Middlesex defender Mike Carson during boys lacrosse action Friday afternoon in Tyngsboro.
It has been a rough winter in more ways than just the weather. The high school sports scene has seen more than its fair share of storms.
John Glenn's C.C. Said battles for control of the ball against Wayne's Victoria McKague during Thursday's KLAA South Division match.
Sarah Bearden captured a pair of first-place finishes during the Region 5-AAAA girls meet on Thursday, while Andrew Coggins claimed two region championships on the boys' side.
AGAWAM The players on the Agawam girls lacrosse team entered their spring break Thursday afternoon with one win in their first three games.
Indiana teams Boys Tre'Vion Crews, North Side Mike Davis, North Side Grady Eifert, Bishop Dwenger Lowell Griggs, New Haven Stephen Halstead, Snider D.J. McCall, Concordia Justin Mitchell, Wayne Levi Mitchell, Wayne Oosha Mitchell, North Side Kyle Platt, Huntington North Nate Thomas, South Side David Vogel, Norwell Girls Sydney Buck, Homestead ... (more)
Big Red passed a major character test in Thursday's 7-6 come-from-behind victory over Wheeling Park at sun-drenched Vacarro Field.
Redford Thurston sprinters Ericka Gibson and Dasia Johnson run stride-for-stride with Garden City's CeCe Moing down the stretch of Thursday's 200-meter dash.
Nicole Duplease's two-out, walk-off walk gave the Leominster softball team a hard-earned, 9-8 win over Mid-Wach A rival Shrewsbury at the Leominster Lassie League Complex Wednesday afternoon.
A slight glitch brought on by years of long jumping brings Marcille straight up out of his sprinter's stance immediately after pushing out of the blocks, and holds back the Beaverton racer for the first 50 meters of the race.
The Jones County varsity soccer teams were both swept 4-0 by Warner Robins in their final subregion games of the season last Tuesday in Gray.