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  • Local Athletes Bring Home PIAA Track & Field Gold

    Local Athletes Bring Home PIAA Track & Field Gold
    Day Two of the PIAA Track and Field meet results in a gold rush for District 3 athletes. On a hot and sultry day at Shippensburg University, local high school track and field athletes make it to the top of the podium in a variety of events. A pair of...
  • ACC All Access: Basketball firing, hiring Virginia Tech's biggest athletic moments of 2011-12

    ACC All Access: Basketball firing, hiring Virginia Tech's biggest athletic moments of 2011-12
    Last year, Virginia Tech’s big upheaval in its assistant football coaching staff created much of the offseason buzz surrounding the athletic program. Now, Tech’s men’s basketball team is enduring a wholesale coaching staff change. While...
  • 1995 Male Athlete of the Year: Lafayette's Seneca Lassiter

    He was blessed with abundant natural talent and was discovered running in an eighth-grade gym class. She was a perfectionist who didn't possess much natural athletic ability, but chose early on to do everything she could to make herself an athlete....
  • 1998 Male Athlete of the Year: Hampton's Ronald Curry

    Ronald Curry and Nicole Kelly certainly don't fade into the crowd. If you've never heard of them, you simply do not follow sports in this area. Curry, the nationally celebrated two-sport Hampton Crabber, and Kelly, a Bruton track and field standout,...
  • 1999 Female Athlete of the Year: Menchville's Pam Brinker

    Forget about looking on the Daily Press All-Star baseball team for the area's top utility player. The true utility mantle belongs to Menchville senior Pam Brinker. In Brinker's four-year career at Menchville, the Daily Press Female High School Athlete of...
  • Track and field stars ready for Olympic Trials

    Track and field stars ready for Olympic Trials
    The U.S. Olympic Trials in track and field began in Eugene, Oregon Wednesday. The event will run through July 1 and features a number of Hokies and 'Hoos among the competitors. Four years ago Queen Harrison became the first ever Virginia Tech...
  • Inside the BRD: Tabb girls 4x400 relay wins heat at Penn Relays

    Tabb High's girls track 4x400-meter relay won its heat on Thursday at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia with a time of 3:56.67. It is the fastest time for the Tigers since they won the Group AA outdoor state title last year. The heat-winning quartet in...
  • Peninsula District schools run in Penn Relays.

    Several Peninsula District girls teams ran in the Penn Relays 400-and 1,600-meter relay qualifying races on Thursday in Philadelphia. In the 400-meter race, Phoebus finished 35th overall in 48.83 seconds. Bethel was 41st in 49.06 and Kecoughtan 77th in...
  • Superstitious Jane Lukas jumps into Nazareth record book

    Superstitious Jane Lukas jumps into Nazareth record book
    High jump, triple jump, long jump, shot put and run. Run to her car. Off to club volleyball practice. Hurry home to eat, shower and do homework. That was Jane Lukas' after-school schedule Tuesday. That is the norm at this time of year for the Nazareth...
  • Sports TV and radio: Saturday's 4/28 logs (updated Friday AM)

    8 a.m.    Tennis: Women’s Stuttgart semifinal.--Tennis Channel 9 a.m.    Golf: Ballantine’s Championship third round (t. in Seoul, South Korea).--Golf 9 a.m.    Motorsports: Raceline.--MASN 9 a.m.    Talk: Sports Highlights (t.; on Cox cable...
  • First place on the line in Bay Rivers District baseball and softball on Thursday

    First place on the line in Bay Rivers District baseball and softball on Thursday
    Four games each in Bay Rivers District baseball and softball have been moved up to Thursday because of the threat of rain Friday. That includes two first-place showdowns: Lafayette (6-1) at York (7-0) in baseball at 4:30 p.m. and New Kent (7-0) at...
  • Muhlenberg's Tyler Bauer focused on the process

    Muhlenberg's Tyler Bauer focused on the process
    Tyler Bauer was politely encouraged to begin taking piano lessons when he was 6 years old. Violin instruction at age 9. The guitar at 13. The 5-foot-11, 210-pounder found joy playing football as a high school freshman. Later that school year, he...