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8 min ago | Patch.com
Vista Murrieta's Coltin Gerhart is the 2013 All-Southwestern League Offensive Most Valuable Player.
Should sexual orientation be a protected class (like race and gender) to prevent discrimination?
Whose policies do more to help the poor?
4 hrs ago | News Observer
Just making it to this weekend’s championship has made a bit of history for the Cougars, as No.
8 hrs ago | Jacksonville Daily News
The NCHSAA 2-A football championship this year will decided between two teams with rich traditions and enter every season expected to contend for state titles.
12 hrs ago | West Virginia Metro
Martinsburg High School football coach Dave Walker admits he's already being quizzed about the quest for a fifth consecutive state title.
The Los Banos High School boys basketball team went from a seemingly unstoppable force one night to a 0-1 team the next.
"No. 1, I really enjoy the school. I appreciate from an academic aspect the things they have accomplished at the school, and from a sports and athletic standpoint, I was really impressed with what they've done at this school."
The state football finals are now done for another year, and what a set a finals the state of Ohio and fans of high school football got to see.
Aca'cedric Ware and the Cedar Hill Longhorns play Ryan on Monday with a berth in the Class 5A Division II state semifinals on the line.
With the amount of energy Ben Mossman expended at the defensive end of the floor, you would think his legs would have been like jelly at the offensive end Friday night inside the WCHS gymnasium.
For a team that finished the regular season on a five-game losing streak, Texas Tech couldn't have asked for much better than what comes next.
The Stateliners romped their opponent 39-0 for the North 2 Group 4 sectional title at High Point Solutions Stadium on the campus of Rutgers University.
A season that began with a new coach and two consecutive losses ended in unforgettable triumph for Los Gatos on Saturday night.
Six times during an armed robbery trial last December, defense attorney Frank Jewell asked Louisville Metro Police Det.
In the moments after Central Catholic had put the finishing touches on a 38-28 victory over Jesuit for the Class 6A championship Saturday at Jeld-Wen Field, a young man on crutches was working the circle of crestfallen Crusaders in the end zone.
With one receiver standing 6-foot-7 and another measuring in at 6-foot-3, the Lynden football team knew there were mismatches to be had against a much smaller Tumwater defensive backfield in the Class 2A state championship game on Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Tacoma Dome.
The entire evening had a surreal feel to it. There was Kyle Flood embracing the Rutgers seniors as they ran out onto the field for their final home game, knowing full well it could be his last game as the Scarlet Knights' head coach.