RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Aaliyah

A collection of news and information related to Aaliyah published by this site and its partners.

Top Aaliyah Articles

Displaying items 25-36
  • Softball: Glenelg homers pound Wilde Lake

    While Glenelg again played long ball to beat its third straight county game, this time a 10-0 win over Wilde Lake in five innings, other local schools ventured outside the county and found the competition to their liking on Tuesday. Glenelg got home runs...
  • Softball: Mt. Hebron stuns Glenelg, 8-7, in final at-bat

    Softball: Mt. Hebron stuns Glenelg, 8-7, in final at-bat
    Aaliyah Montague-Bass didn't let the pressure get to her. With the go-ahead runner in scoring position in the bottom of the seventh and two out, the sophomore said she only had two goals when she stepped to the plate. "I was just trying to have fun and...
  • Softball: Bennett leads Mt. Hebron past Centennial

    Softball: Bennett leads Mt. Hebron past Centennial
    Mt. Hebron defeated Centennial, 9-0, Tuesday in a well-pitched game by freshman Maddie Bennett, who struck out six and gave up three hits. Bennett also went 3-for-5 with a double, two singles and three RBIs. She entered the game hitting .568, and with...
  • Softball: Mt. Hebron defeats Hammond, 9-1

    With a decade of coaching at Hammond — as an assistant and now the head coach — Brad Speierman can make a bold statement. "This is the best hitting team at Hammond in my 10 years," he said. With that talent, and two very promising young...
  • Aaliyah biopic coming to Lifetime

    A film about the tragically short life of R&B singer Aaliyah has been rumored for years. Now comes word that Lifetime is prepping a biopic of the late singer and actress who died in a 2001 plane crash at the apex of her fame. The film is tentatively...
  • Aaliyah turns 34: Fans celebrate deceased singer's birthday

     
    Aaliyah would have turned 34 today if she had not died in 2001, and fans and friends have been celebrating her birthday all day over Twitter....
  • BASD Honor Roll

     
    Parent-teacher conferences are going on during this shortened Thanksgiving Day week in the Bethlehem Area School District. What a perfect time to publish online, the first-quarter honor roll. Jump to the next page to find your child's name at Broughal,...
  • VIDEO: Girl Scout cookie season starts today

    VIDEO: Girl Scout cookie season starts today
    Forget Christmas. The happiest season of all is almost upon us: Girl Scout cookie time! As of today, those ubiquitous green-vested scouts will descend on South Florida roadsides and storefronts to ply their tasty wares, testing the fortitude of your New...
  • Tuesday's high school basketball roundup: Phoebus boys edge Denbigh in OT

    Here's a look at Tuesday's scoreboard from around the area: http://highschoolsports.dailypress.com/2012/schedules/20121218/20121218 The highlights: Boys basketball: Peninsula District: Josh Davis scored 20 points Tuesday for Phoebus as the...
  • Inside the BRD: Girls basketball scoring leaders in Bay Rivers hoops

    Listed below are scoring average leaders in Bay Rivers District girls basketball. A few games haven't been entered or we're missing them, so any corrections from coaches to these averages are welcome. 1-Olivia Wilson, Grafton 20.7 points per game 2-...
  • Tuesday's high school basketball roundup: Barber comes through in clutch as Hampton withstands Woodside

    Here's a look at Tuesday's results: http://highschoolsports.dailypress.com/2012/schedules/20121211/20121211 The highlights: Boys basketball: Peninsula: Hampton (3-0 Peninsula) broke away from a tie game after three quarters to beat Woodside 65-60....
  • BAY RIVERS GIRLS: Balanced Grafton still the favorite

    Grafton High adopted a formula for the success it enjoyed in reaching the Group AA Division 4 state tournament three of the past four seasons. Each of those teams was built around a star surrounded by complementary players who defended and rebounded...