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2 hrs ago | The Post-Standard
The reality is that the Hornets' quarterback is a couple inches and about 30 pounds shy of the 6-foot-0, 174 pounds he was advertised as this season.
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3 hrs ago | The Cary News
But that was before second-year coach Sean Finkbeiner arrived on campus and began developing a team of young wrestlers such as sophomore Trey Cornish and freshman Kevin Devlin who have no experience with the Jaguars' dismal past.
As his players were entrenched in the on-field delirium after last week's state semifinal win, Clearwater Central Catholic coach John Davis took a moment to reflect.
There will be two debuts at the Cony High School gymnasium tonight when the boys basketball team hosts Brunswick in its season opener.
We are getting closer to the big showdown between Texas and Baylor. The Longhorns will try to beat the Bears at home for the first time this season.
It's December. It's cold. It's officially basketball season. With that in mind, here are reasons A to Z to be excited for the 2013-14 high school basketball season: All-Stars.
Over four decades as a coach at Germantown Academy, Dick Shoulberg sent 16 swimmers to the Olympics, coached U.S. teams, entered two halls of fame, and won five national coaching awards.
The River Bluff Gators were given an opportunity to see where they stand heading into their inaugural season.
When Nevil Barr got his first look at what was left of his field house, his first thought was of the memories.
An influx of young talent arrived at San Ramon Valley, and the Wolves went unbeaten under Johnston despite their youth.
Senior Cody Crosby is the first football student-athlete in school history to earn Academic All-America honors for the second time.
None of the area volleyball teams made it all the way to the state tournament this season, but plenty of good volleyball was still found in Southeast Iowa, along with many talented players that have found their way onto this year's All-Golden Triangle News Service volleyball team.
Anna Bottino of Shenendehowa brings the ball up the filed past Niskayuna players during the Section II Class A field hockey final at Schuylerville High School on Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013 in Schuylerville, NY.
West wrestlers Kalin Collins, left, and Jesse Oliver practice together during a team practice over the Thanksgiving break.
The want is present and so is the determination. It's the know-how that the youthful Webster City girls' basketball team lacks at this early juncture of the season.
The boys' and girls' swimming teams at Sandy took very separate journeys as they navigated the 2012-13 season.