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Crest's Thursday baseball game at North Gaston was postponed due to rain. The teams are still trying to determine a makeup date.
Despite walking three batters in the first inning, Van Dyk got out of an early bases-loaded jam and didn't allow a run to cross home plate until the fifth inning.
Severna Park cruised to a 33-point victory over North County in a regular-season game in January, but the Falcons faced a much tougher battle when the two teams met again in a Class 4A East Region Section I playoff on Wednesday night.
Malvern's Trey Tucci picked up a loose ball and let one fly from half court and the bank shot found the net and gave the Hornets a 42-37 lead over Steubenville Catholic Central as time expired in the third quarter.
Mike Washington will join Brandon Thompkins and Adron Tennell to create one of the most dynamic receiving corps in the AFL.
Bridgewater-Raritan's Brett Goldstein battles Jeremy DeDea of Westfield for the puck in the 3rd period during the NJSIAA Public A boys ice hockey semifinals at Mennen Arena in Morristown, NJ on 3/5/14.
The Cougars posted their second straight shutout Tuesday at Wickenburg to remain undefeated on the young 2014 season with a 3-0 record.
Back on Jan. 9, the De La Salle High soccer team found itself in a position that it had not been in that late in the season for many years -- under .500.
On Friday night, the Lincoln-Sudbury boys hockey team survived its North Division 2 quarterfinal game against Winthrop, earning a 2-1 win .
It's championship or bust for Wando girls soccer this season, but for one of the most consistent programs in Warriors athletics, that's nothing new.
The final horn sounds, a swarm of Messalonskee Eagles pile on goalie Ben Weeks and a celebration ensues at one end of the Alfond Arena ice after an Eastern B championship game victory.
While legislatures debate whether to implement the Common Core State Standards. the beast that is troubling practitioners is the obligation to somehow test students, not on so much content as before but on the harder-to-measure ability to think.
Thundering Herd head coach Jeff Carlson during the Div I Sac Joaquin Section Championship game between the Elk Grove High School Thundering Herd, and the St. Mary's Rams of Stockton at Sacramento City College in Sacramento on Saturday, June 1, 2013.
The Cheney City Council held the first reading of five ordinances at its Feb. 25 meeting, most of which dealt with amending aspects of the city's water and sewer system.
Birmingham Seaholm's boys swimming and diving team, coached by veteran Tom Wylie, raced to its fourth consecutive OAA Red Division championship.