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2 hrs ago | Methow Valley News Home Page
Unforced Liberty Bell turnovers, a half-court press and some timely three-point shooting helped Tonasket edge the Mountain Lions, 69-60, in non-league varsity basketball action at Liberty Bell last Friday .
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3 hrs ago | Palo Alto Weekly
SHP senior Andrew Segre and head coach Pete Lavorato will take on El Cerrito on Saturday in the CIF Division III NorCal regional.
7 hrs ago | Alabama Live
HUEYTOWN, Alabama -- The college football world got to see Jameis Winston this year.
10 hrs ago | The Indianapolis Star
To Cathedral High School classmates, senior receiver Terry McLaurin is just Terry.
11 hrs ago | County 10 News
In its 29th year of honoring the nation's best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, in collaboration with USA TODAY High School Sports, today announced Sydney Matheny of Campbell County High School as its 2013-14 Gatorade Wyoming Volleyball Player of the Year.
15 hrs ago | The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
On Monday, the CVCS Board of Education held a regular meeting in which participation projections for its fall sports programs were presented by Mark Petersen, athletic director.
After being knocked back on its heels in the opening stages of the first period, the St. Peter's Prep ice hockey team needed just a single minute to get back on track in its 7-2 victory over St. Augustine Prep today at the AmeriHealth Pavilion.
TRIPLE CROWN: Princeton Day School boys' hockey player Andrew Clayton looks for an opening in action last weekend at the program's Harry Rulon-Miller '51 Invitational at Lisa McGraw Rink.
Senior defenseman James Nitti of Millburn High School's varsity ice hockey team attempts to carry the puck past Verona - Glen Ridge 's Dylan DeCandia Dec. 4 during the season opener for both squads at Richard J. Codey Arena at South Mountain in West Orange.
CRANFORD - Led by amazing junior Julie Byrne, the powerful Cranford swimming team has begun the 2014 season in much the same successful way they started most of their past 16 seasons under veteran Coach Barb Kolesa.
The Herndon High School wrestling team made its first road trip of the 2013-14 season a successful one as the Hornets posted a 5-0 record and won the Raider Duals at Stonewall Jackson High School this past weekend.
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.