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  • Saturday's local/college variety roundup: W&M's Stites runs to USAT&F national title in 6K

    William and Mary freshman Emily Stites won a national title (junior women’s 6-kilometer) Saturday at the USA Track & Field Cross Country Championships in St. Louis. Stites finished in 20 minutes, 27.3 seconds -- more than 20 seconds clear of the...
  • Hockey: Shootout triumph ends Admirals' seven-game slide

    At last, the Admirals won one. Norfolk ended a seven-game AHL losing streak Friday night, beating the St. John’s IceCaps 3-2 before 5,759 at Scope. The Admirals won an overtime shootout 1-0 on Josh Brittain’s score and Viktor Fasth’s...
  • Saturday's local roundup: Gray, Castillo-D'Amico run to triumph in Menchville Winter Chill 5K

    Dreux Gray of Newport News was the top men’s finisher in Saturday’s Menchville Winter Chill 5K, and Mercedes Castillo-D’Amico was the top woman. Gray finished in 17 minutes, 20 seconds, 12 seconds ahead of Connor Mahan of Hampton. D&...
  • Wednesday's local pro roundup: Admirals end skid by beating Checkers

    The Norfolk Admirals won for just the second time in 11 games, upending AHL Western Conference-leading Charlotte 3-1 Wednesday night before 2,777 at Scope. Igor Bobkov made 30 saves for the victory, holding the Checkers scoreless until the Admirals...
  • Whale: Comings And Goings

    After watching his team escape Wednesday night with an overtime victory -- but only after squandering a four-goal lead -- Connecticut Whale coach Ken Gernander seemed miffed. He called his team's inconsistency "maddening" and said he did not know what...
  • Newbury Back With Whale

    After a one-game audition with the New York Rangers, Kris Newbury is back in Connecticut. The Rangers sent Newbury to the Whale Friday, so the team gets its leading scorer back. After losing second-leading scorer and All-Star Chad Kolarik, the team...
  • Admirals gain second AHL win in a row

    Josh Brittain scored the winning goal with 9:21 left in regulation Friday as the Norfolk Admirals (17-21-2-1) beat Bridgeport 2-1 before 4,575 at Scope. Patrick Maroon netted the tying goal seven minutes into the final period and assisted on Brittain'...
  • Admirals extend AHL winning streak to three with shutout of Sound Tigers

    The Norfolk Admirals (18-21-2-1) gained their third consecutive victory, completing a two-night sweep of Bridgeport by beating the Sound Tigers 5-0 Saturday at Scope. Luca Caputi had a goal and two assists, and goalie Frederik Andersen got the win as...
  • Yet again, Syracuse's 'old' Admirals beat current Norfolk AHL squad

    What else is new? The current Norfolk Admirals continue to receive painful reminders of the franchise's recent past. Host Syracuse converted on all of its shootout opportunities Friday for a 3-2 victory over Norfolk, winning the tiebreaker 4-2. It was...
  • Wednesday's local roundup: One-run loss in Edenton drops Pilots to 4-7

    Baseball: Coastal Plain League: The Peninsula Pilots (4-7) lost 6-5 at Edenton despite solo home runs by Jamestown High graduate Scott Burkett of Longwood, Bradon Reitano of Mount Olive and Josh Silver of Lee (Tenn.) University. Peninsula miscues...
  • Tuesday's local roundup (basketball, hockey): Former W&M star McDowell to play for Australian pro team

    Former William and Mary standout Quinn McDowell has signed to play in Perth, Australia, for the Willetton Tigers of the States Basketball League. McDowell recently played for Athletes in Action on a fall tour, scoring in double figures in wins against...
  • Friday's local roundup: Calder Cup winners' homecoming successful as Tokarski, Crunch shut out Admirals

    After what amounted to a minor-league franchise trade following last season, some of the guys who won the 2012 AHL Calder Cup with the Norfolk Admirals said it would feel odd to play as the visiting team at Scope. It certainly didn't affect their play...