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  • The promise of the ruling remains largely deferred

    As the bell rings at 7:35 on a Monday morning, 16-year-old Anthony Wiggins settles into his usual seat in the back row of a half-empty English classroom at Randallstown High School. Nine of the 19 students wander in over the next 40 minutes as teacher...
  • Major shift for Big 5 conferences

    "Whether this anachronism had any bearing upon the astonishing history I am about to set down will never be known. I shall tell you what occurred, and let you judge for yourself." The foregoing is found in the opening lines of F. Scott Fitzgerald's...
  • They're athlete-students now (really just athletes)

    NCAA President Mark Emmert likely listened to Jay Z on his way home from work Friday evening; angrily singing along to Jay's "99 Problems" track. On Friday, U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken issued a 99-page decision, ruling in favor of Ed O'Bannon...
  • Urban Meyer's wife is wrong to call Gators, SEC fans 'dirty and mean'

    Urban Meyer's wife is wrong to call Gators, SEC fans 'dirty and mean'
    Shelley Meyer, the wife of former University of Florida and current Ohio State coach Urban Meyer, claims I am a hater. She claims I often criticize her husband for some misunderstood reason. "Oh, don't even bring up Bianchi," she told Bucknuts.com &#...
  • Steps 4 Stellar continues down the path of helping families battling cancer

    The next generation is taking over at the Stellar Construction "Catch A Rising Star" Basketball Showcase. Tournament director Glen Klein, lead sponsor Tony Stellar and staff stalwarts such as Bob Wootsick and John Hrebik, all have their children...
  • Va. Tech's Goforth says Hokies in line with new NCAA hitting, concussion guidelines

    From head coach Frank Beamer’s practice routines to football helmet studies in the school’s biomedical engineering department, Virginia Tech takes a serious approach to player safety in areas of contact and concussions. We published a...
  • William and Mary top local DI program in Directors' Cup standings

    The Division I college sports year is effectively concluded, with only the baseball national championship to be decided between the Fighting O’Connors of Charlottesville versus Jay Cutler’s alma mater. Depending on the outcome, Virginia...
  • Bethlehem Catholic's Lonardo commits to Lafayette

     
    Bethlehem Catholic defensive end Dante Lonardo has verbally committed to continue his football career at Lafayette College. The rising senior is listed at 6-foot-4 and 245 pounds. He chose Lafayette over Army, Cornell, Temple, and Villanova. He is...
  • NCAA Baseball Tournament field announced, Miami, Florida on collision course

    NCAA Baseball Tournament field announced, Miami, Florida on collision course
    CORAL GABLES┬áThe University of Miami baseball team found out Sunday night that they’ll host their 25th NCAA Baseball Tournament Regional this weekend — on Monday, the Hurricanes found out they'll face off with Bethune-Cookman, Columbia...
  • Central Catholic graduate got to share the stage with Peyton Manning at University of Virginia

    Amy Rodgers and her brother, Mike, are Manning fans, but as New York Giants fans they have rooted for Eli much more than his brother Peyton. That may change to a degree after their experience on May 17 when Amy and Mike got the chance to meet the Denver...
  • Oak Park's Lemke-Bell picks Northwestern football

    Oak Park's Lemke-Bell picks Northwestern football
    Oak Park junior Adam Lemke-Bell put on weight this spring and saw the scholarship offers pour in from the Big Ten, ACC and even an SEC school. A rising star in the recruiting world, the 6-foot-5, 275-pound offensive tackle saw no need to continue the...
  • Lori Riley: To Be A Whiffenpoof, Sherrod Only Gets One Shot

     Lori Riley: To Be A Whiffenpoof, Sherrod Only Gets One Shot
    — He sang before he played basketball. But if you ever told Brandon Sherrod, say, in eighth grade, that he would be making a very difficult decision about whether to play basketball at Yale or take a once-in-a-lifetime chance to sing with the...