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3 hrs ago | Patch.com
Minnetonka High School's boys swim and dive team captured four first places, three second places, and one third place to kick off their season.
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7 hrs ago | KTVN Reno
The search is on in Pershing County for a group that went missing Sunday afternoon, after going out to "play in the snow."
11 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
Apparently Michigan still has some juice. Despite its disappointing season, finishing 7-5 isn't a major hindrance as Michigan is headed to the Dec. 28 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl where they will face Kansas State.
Those are the words used by most observers when describing Konawaena's 45-39 overtime loss to Kamehameha-Kapalama in the girls basketball state championship game last season.
Chandler Carroll and Rhett Hiestand each went 7-0 at the events, while Dillon Jackson and Cael McCormick went 6-1.
Courier Sports Staff Every sporting event on the calendar for Friday and some for Saturday were postponed or outright canceled due to the winter storm that swept through the area on Friday.
On Tuesday, November 26, the JV and varsity Lady Warrior basketball teams traveled to Jasper.
Edinboro captured the team championship with 172.5 points in a 12-team field that featured four NCAA Division I programs and eight NCAA Division II squads.
The entire evening had a surreal feel to it. There was Kyle Flood embracing the Rutgers seniors as they ran out onto the field for their final home game, knowing full well it could be his last game as the Scarlet Knights' head coach.
The Central Catholic boys cross country team finished the season under frigid conditions Saturday with a top-20 finish at the Nike XC Nationals at Portland Meadows.
After a difficult 2012-2013 season where injuries to key players made things rough, it seems like Mary Star High girls soccer is on its way back to the form that led them to back-to-back Camino Real League championships.
It wasn't easy in 13-degree weather, but Walter Payton Award finalist Vernon Adams and running back Quincy Forte found a way.
Regina may have found a burgeoning rivalry in the newly formed River Valley Conference.
Calvert Hall freshman attackman J.T. Bugliosi has committed orally to play men's lacrosse at Ohio State, becoming the first Baltimore-area player from the class of 2017 to give a commitment.
Wayne State University linebacker Ed Viverette , a Birmingham Brother Ricce graduate, will participate Dec. 8 in the fourth annual National Bowl Game in Miami.
The Wolverines are state champions for the sixth consecutive seasons and the 11th time in the last 13 years.