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2 hrs ago | SILive.com
A tip to police from the Animal Health Veterinary Group on Staten Island led to the arrest of the owner of Charlotte, the puppy who was found battered and clinging to life near the railroad tracks in Bay Terrace. The medical team at the Animal Health Veterinary Group recognized Charlotte from previous visits after seeing a picture of the puppy wearing a pink bow that has been making the rounds on the Internet, according to a source with knowledge of the case.
6 hrs ago | Crescent-News.com
Genoa walloped Port Clinton 84-13 a year ago. On Friday night, Port Clinton reversed things with a 27-19 win over the Comets.
8 hrs ago | Chico Enterprise-Record
Hamilton High rallied in the pivotal fourth set against taller Orland in front of a boisterous, capacity crowd and rode the momentum to take a near insurmountable lead in the fifth as the Braves won 25-16, 21-25, 21-25, 25-23, 15-7 Tuesday night. Raegan Avrit led Hamilton with eight kills, Kendra Gordon made 25 assists and Mariana Rios' 13 digs paced a spirited Braves' back row that was able to combat the Trojans' front line by digging "everything up" as Johnson put it.
13 hrs ago | Herald Independent
The inaugural Richard Winn Academy Athletic Hall of Fame induction took place during half time of the home football game Sept. 12 at Ruff Field.
13 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun
Broadneck didn't manage a single shot on goal in the first half of Tuesday's boys soccer game against South River. But the Bruins netted two goals in a 17-minute span in the second half to take down the talented but short-handed Seahawks, 2-1.
Hannan senior Tamara Wilson bumps a ball in the air as teammates Madison Staggs, left, and Anna Taylor look on during Game 3 of Tuesday night's volleyball contest against Ohio Valley Christian in Ashton, W.Va. Ohio Valley Christian senior Emily Carmen hits a spike attempt as teammate Katie Westfall watches on during Game 3 of Tuesday night's volleyball contest against Hannan in Ashton, W.Va.
The Benicia High School girls volleyball team swept Vallejo, 25-5, 25-9, 25-4, on Tuesday in the Solano County Athletic Conference openers for both schools. The Panthers were led by four kills each from Lana Gore, Cassidy Jannson and Charlotte Cannizzaro.
"They did say let's see if we can get a little revenge," Pelligra said after the Falcons did just that today in a 3-1 victory over J-D . Senior Jean-Paul Mboyo had a goal and two assists, and the Falcons dominated major portions of the match on a short, narrow field at Burnet Park.
Agua Fria High's all-time greatest football players Richard Obert takes a look at Agua Fria's 10 greatest football players. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1u3YPN5 It's time to hit up the west side to find 10 all-time great football players from one school.
Wando High's volleyball team defeated Hillcrest in the championship match of the Gold bracket at the 2014 Tournament of Champions, held at Dorman High School in Spartanburg over the weekend. In a rematch of last year's Class AAAA state finals, Wando avenged a loss to Hillcrest by posting 25-17, 25-20 victories in the finals match of the Tournament of Champions.
Lamar leftfielder Audi Perales fields a fly ball for the third out in the top of the second inning against the visiting Dolores Huerta Lady Scorpions on Saturday, Sept. 13 at Citizen's Field.
It was a slower start than Bennie Howard would have liked from his team, but Richmond Senior stayed perfect on the season. Despite the rough beginning, Richmond pulled away for a 7-0 victory over Purnell Swett Monday night in a Southeastern Conference matchup.
When Todd Ableman, Cheney's public works director, first read a media report that the city had decided to return to using a large portion of the Spokane County regional trash system they originally opted out of, his first reaction was a form of... Employees at Cheney Federal Credit Union got into the spirit of Eastern Washington University football game-day last Friday by dressing in red to support the Eagles as they faced the University of... Several city of Cheney departments were honored with awards and statewide recognition at the City Council's first meeting in September Tuesday night.
Scranton's Sanam Kadyrova, left, and North Pocono's Toni Rubino keep their eyes on the ball during the first half on Monday night at Scranton Memorial Stadium. Butch Comegys / Staff Photographer BUTCH COMEGYS / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER North Pocono's Brooke Bauman, left, heads the ball ahead of Scranton's Georgia Miller during the first half Monday at Scranton Memorial Stadium.
Ashe continued its winning ways in the Mountain Valley Athletic Conference with another 9-0 victory, this one over visiting Wilkes Central.
J.D. Martinez hit his seventh home run of the season against Cleveland. Only 8 other Tigers have hit seven or more against the Tribe in a single season: Ian Kinsler's two-run home run off Bryan Shaw in the seventh inning put the Tigers ahead for good.
After three straight losses, Elizabethtown College's field hockey team put one in the win column with help from a pair of locals. Emily Mason buried a rebound for a tally in the 3-0 victory against Delaware Valley, while Kaylee Werner kept the pressure on from the midfield with a team-leading four shots.
Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 11:00 am
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