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2 hrs ago | Hopewell News
Noah Murdock spent the fall months lurking a few feet away from a net as opposing players tried to complete a kill to swing momentum in critical volleyball matches.
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Dusten Joe Crupe, 35, of Danville, was arrested on Saturday afternoon on three separate charges related to the abuse of a juvenile female.
8 hrs ago | Pacific Daily News
All members are encouraged to attend. Guam Kayak and Canoe Federation general membership meeting 6 p.m. April 8 at the Tamuning senior citizens center.
Gary Brown's locker in the Scottsdale Stadium clubhouse was right near the front door last year.
A Little League football coach from Boone County is facing criminal charges for allegedly carrying on an inappropriate relationship with a young girl.
The temperatures are warming up and the snow is slowly, but steadily, melting away.
Police told NBC 7 the incident happened on Feb. 20 during a little league practice.
The ESU Baseball program would like to invite T-ball, Little League, middle school and high school players to attend a developmental clinic series with college-level instruction in hitting, defense, and pitching with their age group.
In the first splits quad game against the Giants, the Mariners put up 18 runs. In the 2nd game against the Dodgers, the Mariners looked to resemble a Little League team in the first but quickly turned things around in an 8-5 win.
The death of Dr. Frank Jobe brought to light a problem in Major League Baseball that hasn't been discussed enough.
For the record, the Jesse Burkett Little League is raising all the money and will be paying for all the upgrades being made to its main baseball diamond, as well as the installation of field lights.
Chris Johnson already had played three consecutive games and was supposed to have Friday off.
The first name that comes to mind when you see Kris Bryant might be Dave Kingman, another tall, lanky, righthanded-hitting Cub with immense power.
The group has grown from outdoor shows under tents in the early 1980s to a 112-seat playhouse that puts on a handful of shows a year at 615 Bank St. "We are a local community theater that provides entertainment for the community – youth to adults," said Terry Shaw, playhouse president who works alongside an active 15-member board of ... (more)
Carma Brown stands next to Case at the Bat at Suplizio Field. Brown has been working with the Challenger baseball program for children with special needs since 1998.
Phil McCowen keeps his model trains in one room of his basement called Oreville.