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  • Can't make it to your kid's game, but want to know the score? There's an app for that

    Can't make it to your kid's game, but want to know the score? There's an app for that
    You can barely go anywhere in the Southlake area without seeing the familiar Dragon sticker. Now, one of the most followed high school programs in the state just got easier to follow. Southlake Carroll's varsity baseball team is a third of their way...
  • Tri-Rivers District boys basketball preview

    Tri-Rivers District boys DISTRICT OUTLOOK Surry was state runner-up in Division 1 last season. Chesterfield Community reached the state tournament two of the last three seasons. Coaches generally list those two teams as favorites, with Sussex Central...
  • Three's plenty in Bruton blowout

    Homestanding Bruton High School broke out its three-pronged running attack Friday night and ran away with an easy 34-7 victory over Park View-South Hill at The Pit. Junior Lorenzo Taliaferro ran for 177 yards on 11 carries, including three touchdowns...
  • Connecticut High School Football: A Look Back

    Connecticut High School Football: A Look Back
    As the high school football season rolls along, The Courant sports staff will match up each week of the current season with the highlights from the area scene on the same weeks 10, 15 and 20 years ago. Here are historical looks back at Weeks 1-6. We'll...
  • Shows playing at the Fringe Festival

    A complete list of performances playing at this year's Fringe Festival. A Brief History of Petty Crime, The Roodie Pancake Experiment, London. Solo-comedy. $10. After the success of 2007's Curriculum Vitae, Brit Jimmy Hogg returns to Orlando to...
  • 'Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles -- The Complete First Season'

    FOX's "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" spent much of its first season on the defensive. Branching off from one of cinema's most successful action franchises, the show seemed constantly to be justifying its own existence. How would it avoid...
  • Arena Football League reportedly to take a year off

     
    On second thought . . . It appears there will not be a 2009 Arena Football League season after all. The Dragons had been one of the teams strongly in favor of playing in 2009, but the majority disagreed.......
  • Arena Football League to take at least one year off

     
    This is my newspaper article on the Arena Football League suspending its 2009 season pending approval by the players' union. Unfortunately, the ownership of Our Dragons declined to comment for the story, but I can assure you they strongly were/are......
  • Arena Football League downsizes league offices

     
    Today is the last day of work for most of the staffers in the New York and Chicago offices of the Arena Football League. All but five people in each office were let go last week, in the wake of......
  • Arena Football League eyes return to action in 2010

     
    One of the elements of my Friday newspaper column concerns the recent agreement between the Arena Football League owners and players to alter the collective bargaining agreement, a huge step toward the league returning in 2010. I spoke to acting......
  • Football: It's not Crean Lutheran South's year

     
    Poor Crean Lutheran South. The Saints lost to small-school power St. Margaret's, 56-0, on Saturday. But the final score doesn't reflect just how lopsided the game was. The Tartans scored on their first five offensive plays and ran a total......
  • Ken Griffey, Sr. Happy that Son Retired

    Ken Griffey, Sr. Happy that Son Retired
    Ken Griffey Jr. was driving through the nation's heartland on the second day of his journey away from baseball life and toward his family in Florida. And the Mariners' now-retired slugger felt liberated. His own father could sense that. "One thing I...