High school results for May 17
It took two days, but the Mills Godwin girls tennis team won its 14th consecutive Central Region title Friday afternoon when the Eagles defeated Deep Run 5-2. The match started Thursday but was suspen
Today’s Dominion Riverrock schedule
Adventure race 8 a.m. Registration and athlete check-in 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. YogaROCK 11 a.m. Vendor booths and interactive village open Noon-9 p.m. Group hike Noon Bouldering (men’s & wom
Sophomores help St. Catherine’s stockpile titles
St. Catherine’s has dominated VISAA outdoor track and field over the last decade.
Sprint Showdown lineup
AUTO RACING Sprint Showdown lineup
Bradley maintains Byron Nelson lead
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ARLINGTON, Texas Justin Verlander flopped in his Texas showdown with Yu Darvish. Darvish was about to do the same until he settled down after the pitching duel fizzled.
Fine time had by all at Dominion Riverrock
Well after they had finished the Filthy 5K Mud Run, Tiffany Quick, Sterling Otero and Mary Meghan Rice were still, well, filthy.
Who cares about the flight time of a home run?
PilotOnline.com / Sat, 18 May 2013 00:00:00 -0400
Rocket There are already too many arcane baseball statistics, but perhaps none as silly as the nugget from ESPN that a home run hit by the Orioles' Adam Jones on Sunday had a flight time of 3.09 seconds - the quickest of any in MLB this year. If you can find any use for a stat like that, let me know.
Five homers lift ODU past Wofford
PilotOnline.com / Fri, 17 May 2013 23:51:11 -0400
SPARTANBURG, S.C. Josh Eldridge blasted two of Old Dominion’s four home runs Friday to lead the Monarchs to a 13-10 non-conference win over Wofford. Eldridge and Ben Verlander went back-to-back in the second inning to stake ODU (29-24) to a 4-0 lead. Ben Slaton’s homer the next inning made it 6-0.
Former Ocean Lakes golfer 12th at D-III tournament
PilotOnline.com / Fri, 17 May 2013 23:49:39 -0400
DESTIN, Fla. Hollins’ Elizabeth Cheng, a junior out of Ocean Lakes, shot a 7-over 79 to finish the NCAA Division III championship tied for 12th at 314. Cheng, the ODAC Women’s Golfer of the Year and ranked eighth in the country, was the second Hollins golfer to earn a berth in the tournament.