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Tickets are now on sale for The Investigator movie that was filmed largely in Brandon and producers are inviting the community to buy tickets for a big fall kick-off to support this Independent film shot and produced locally.
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It was Madison's 15th win of the season, and the first loss for Oak Hill since April 24.
Kevin Gausman, who has developed an outstanding changeup to go with an "extreme-velocity fastball," will start on the mound Thursday for the Orioles.
Player safety, especially at the high school level, has become a key focus of nearly everyone involved with sports in recent years.
A 12-year old in Massachussetts has been banned from pitching for his little league team, because he is too good.
It didn't matter the color of the uniform or the type of the badge. Every officer at the 11th Annual Okaloosa County Law Enforcement Memorial Luncheon on Thursday was there because they wanted to protect and serve.
Calling all sports fanatics -- Patch wants you! Are you passionate about the Atlanta Braves? A local softball league? Attend every little league game? An expert on sabermetrics? Then we want hear all about it! Part of the Patch mission is to strengthen communities and improve the lives of their residents, but we can't do it without you.
Just like the championship, the Pacific League's Player of the Year award was likely still up for grabs with four teams in position to win the title coming into the regular-season finale.
Mike Trout , the guest of honor, became the youngest player in American League history to hit for the cycle.
Halton Challenger Baseball, a program that allows children with cognitive or physical disabilities to play the game of baseball in a fun environment, is back in Oakville once again this year.
In a rare instance, spectators witnessed back-to-back home runs recently in an 8-year-old draft league game on the Brentwood Civitan ball fields.
The Arlington girls softball team is headed to the WIAA State Softball Championships in Spokane from May 24-27, after winning the district championships at Sky River Park on Thursday, May 16.
Players from the East Tonka Little League in Minnetonka headed to see the St. Paul Saints play the Gary SouthShore RailCats on May 11 at Midway Stadium-but this time they weren't just there to watch.
When the Lakewood BlueClaws take on the West Virginia Power in a Friday night game next month the team will also help welcome the newest class to the Shore Sports Hall of Fame.
Make way for the little ones. Little League baseball is off and running for this years crop of ready-to-play kids.
Last summer when the Par-Troy East Little Leaguers returned home after representing the Mid-Atlantic region in the Little League World Series in Williamsport, PA, they were welcomed with all kinds of events including a rally and parade.
He didn't have any children or grandchildren bowling. But he's connected to this group of children who were having fun at Irvine Lanes on a Saturday afternoon.