Category: Sports

Maryland’s Top Defensive Ends in 2022

Who are the top in-state football players within the Class of 2022? Maryland Varsity answers that question now! CLICK HERE TO READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE —————— What other coverage am I missing by not subscribing? Top Players by Position (2022) Quarterbacks Running Backs Wide Receivers Tight Ends Offensive Guards – 9/20 Offensive Tackles – 9/21 […]

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Lady Panthers hold off Owensboro

Sep. 22—The Daviess County High School volleyball team had to battle Tuesday night, but the Lady Panthers eventually emerged victorious against Owensboro in a hard-fought district tilt at the OHS gymnasium. DC came away with a 25-21, 25-22, 25-23 win. “We knew going into it, the match would be a competitive one,” said Lady Panthers […]

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Anthony Joshua details ‘old school’ training plan to ‘hurt’ Oleksandr Usyk ahead of heavyweight showdown

Anthony Joshua has revealed he has used an ‘old school’ style of training in a bid to ‘hurt’ Oleksandr Usyk on Saturday night. The 31-year-old Brit will defend his IBF, WBA and WBO world titles against the former undisputed cruiserweight champion at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this weekend. And Joshua is fully focused on securing […]

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Oxford Hills squeezes past Edward Little

Sep. 22—AUBURN — The Oxford Hills girls soccer team couldn’t get into the rhythm coach Brittany Moore wanted but still battled through for a 1-0 victory over Edward Little on Tuesday. “Even putting that (goal) in, a lot of us were asleep,” Moore said. “Sometimes it takes the first five minutes to get in a […]

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Phillies walk it off | FastCast

ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports Bruce Arians blames strip-sack on Tom Brady It took a while, but Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians is once again calling out quarterback Tom Brady. Via JoeBucsFan.com, Arians blamed a strip-sack on Brady holding the football for too long during an appearance on WDAE radio. “You know, the sack-fumble, he just […]

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Local athletes inducted into sports hall of fame

Sep. 22—GUILFORD COUNTY — Answering questions during Guilford County Sports Hall of Fame ceremonies on Monday, Toney Baker was asked whether he or his father, Tony Baker, was the better football player. “I’ve got to give it to my father,” Toney Baker said. Both were accomplished enough that they became the first father-son combo in […]

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Rockers to host United Way Night

Sep. 22—HIGH POINT — The United Way of Greater High Point invites community members to a Thursday night fundraiser with the High Point Rockers. You can help support the 27 partner agencies of United Way of Greater High Point when you purchase a Rockers ticket using the United Way’s link at https://fevo.me/389zUEb Half of the […]

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LOCAL ROUNDUP: Ledford shifts football opponent

Sep. 22—TRIAD — The football game between Ledford and Wheatmore scheduled for Friday at Wheatmore has been cancelled. Wheatmore will not play Friday due to COVID-19 protocols, and Ledford will now play at Clinton at 6:30 p.m. TENNIS HP CENTRAL, EASTERN GUILFORD HIGH POINT — High Point Central swept Eastern Guilford 9-0 in Mid-State 3A […]

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Terps stuff HPU in men’s soccer

Sep. 22—COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Maryland shut down High Point University in nonconference men’s soccer Monday at Ludwig Field. The No.8-ranked Terps tallied off a deflection in the 38th minute, and the Panther committed an own goal in the 82nd minute. HPU drops to 2-4 and opens Big South play against Presbyterian at Vert Stadium […]

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Tango World Cup holds musical tribute for Maradona

The ensemble made up of 20 artists included renowned singer Cucuza Castiello. The song ‘Goal of the Century’, dedicated to the Maradona, was premiered during the concert. “Diego would’ve been very happy”, close friend of Maradona Mariano Israelit told Reuters. “He would’ve been very happy to see (singer) Cucuza (Castiello) singing wearing a shirt for […]

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