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Three of the five athletes that graduated from Vacaville area schools opened the 2014 season on Thursday in Class AA ball throughout the Lone Star State. The one most excited about the opportunity is likely Vanden High School graduate Andrew Aplin.
Pennsylvania is turning out to be just as dominant when it comes to postseason honors. Pittsburgh-area programs produced seven of the eight major award winners on this season's Sports Writers Pennsylvania High School Girls Basketball All-State Team,
CK, the defending champ, plays in Saturday night's title game. Christ the King's Adonis DeLaRosa is defended by Cardozo's Francisco Williams (4) and Rashond Salnave (10) during the NY state Federation Class AA semifinal on Friday. The Royals beat the
The Kendrick High girls basketball team clinched its first state title since 2008 and second in school history with a 69-58 win over Wesleyan in the Class AA state championship at the Macon Centreplex on Friday. With their win, the Lady Cherokees
The cozy eight-team Texas League, with so many games against so few teams, is a hard place to hide a hole in a swing. It didn't take long for the Cardinals' Class AA affiliate to exploit a young slugger in the middle of Arkansas' lineup. The
Class AA football title Sunday with a 41-0 triumph over Imhotep Charter at Hersheypark Stadium. Brumbaugh, who established a Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League single-season record for passing yards, connected with top-target Justin
Buxton drove from his home in Baxley, Ga., to accept the Baseball America Player of the Year Award, considered the most prestigious award a prospect can win. The 2012 winner was Wil Myers , who went on to win AL Rookie of the Year honors last season
Barrington (19-16) play in the second semifinal at 7 p.m. "We will have to bring our 'A' game for sure," said Knights coach Mike Riedy about today's match with Lake Zurich. Thompson had her 'A' game on Monday, producing a .435 hitting efficiency. "
Four Grand Strand area football teams will enter Week 3 of season among the top 10 in their respective classes, while two more are receiving votes. Socastee (Class AAA) moved up one spot after moving to 3-0 last week. Carvers Bay (2-0) made a huge
Both put up eye-popping numbers in several categories this year. What the Twins hope to prove next season and beyond is that they have other quality prospects. They believe some pitchers are starting to move through the system, and a few infielders