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NBA FINALS Golden State 106 Toronto 105 (Toronto lead series 3 – 2) MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL NY Mets at NY Yankees postponed Washington 12 Chicago White Sox 1 LA Angels 5 LA Dodgers 3 Texas 4 Boston 3 (11) Tampa Bay 6 Oakland 2...read more
TEC ALL CONFERENCE 2019 UNION COUNTY 12 TARA WILLIAMS –ALL CONFERENCE AND CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 12 KRISITN KLEIN- ALL CONFERENCE 12 FAYTH HILL- ALL CONFERENCE 9 SOPHIA KNOCK- ALL CONFERENCE 10 TORI RUSSELL-HONORABLE MENTION 11 HAYLEE RICHARDS- HONORABLE...read more
RHS RELEASE RICHMOND, June 10, 2019 – Richmond High School has named Greg Roach as their new Athletic Director. Mr. Roach will oversee all athletic operations for the district’s 5,000+ students. Mr. Roach has served 28 years as an educator. He taught middle school...read more
2019 COLLEGE FOOTBALL’S TOP GAMES TO WATCH Are you getting bored yet? Can’t go much longer without some college football? We totally understand. So, just to whet your appetite, we decided to look ahead to this season’s TOP GAMES TO WATCH. We start in August and go...read more
(MICHIGAN RELEASE) LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- The University of Michigan baseball team advanced to the NCAA College World Series on Sunday night (June 9) after the Wolverines stunned No. 1-ranked UCLA, 4-2, in the winner-take-all game of the Super Regional series at...read more
NHL STANLEY CUP Boston 5 St. Louis 1 (series tied at 3) MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Tampa Bay 6 Boston 1 Arizona 8 Toronto 2 NY Yankees 7 Cleveland 6 (10) Minnesota 12 Detroit 2 Houston 4 Baltimore 0 Chicago White Sox 5 Kansas City 2...read more
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL-SEMISTATE 4A Columbus East 10 Avon 3 Hamilton Southeastern 4 Mishawaka 2 3A Edgewood 2 Silver Creek 1 Andrean 5 Yorktown 0 2A Southridge 7 South Vermillion 0 Alexandria – Monroe 9 Whiting 0 1A University 4...read more
AREA PLAYERS TO COMPETE IN ALL-STAR CLASSIC 11th annual Indiana Class Basketball All Star Classic teams set for June 14th at Anderson University. web site: http://excelhsports.com/ SENIOR GIRLS, FRIDAY JUNE 14 12:30 TEAM WHITE Amani Freeman Avon SR 6’2 6 4.8 1 Miami...read more
NBA FINALS Toronto 105 Golden State 92 (Raptors lead series 3 – 1) WNBA Indiana 79 Dallas 64 Washington 94 New York 85 MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Arizona 8 Toronto 2 Tampa Bay 5 Boston 1 Cleveland 5 NY Yankees 2 Minnesota 6...read more
Yea we know…it’s way too early to be thinking college football. The season officially gets underway Saturday August 24. But, why not take a look at the top 25 pre-pre season college football poll? Will we see another Alabama-Clemson National Championship game? Can...read more
(NOTRE DAME RELEASE) The University of Notre Dame men's basketball team will take part in its seventh Atlantic Coast Conference/Big Ten Challenge during the 2019-20 season, traveling to Maryland on December 4, 2019 (network and time to be announced at a later date)....read more
(PURDUE RELEASE) WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – One of the final pieces of Purdue's non-conference schedule was announced today as ESPN revealed the Boilermakers will host Virginia in the Big Ten / ACC Challenge on Wednesday, Dec. 4, in Mackey Arena. Television assignments...read more
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL KICK-OFF
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1998: Michael Jordan took over the decisive Game 6 of the N.B.A. finals against the Utah Jazz in the final minute, leading the Chicago Bulls from a 3-point deficit to an 87‚86 victory at the Utah Delta Center in Salt Lake City. It was the Bulls’ second “three-peat” and sixth championship of the decade, and Jordan was the series most valuable player for the sixth time.
1965: Right-hander Jim Maloney of the Cincinnati Reds struck out 18 Mets and allowed no hits over 10 innings at Shea Stadium in New York, only to lose, 1‚0, when Johnny Lewis homered in the 11th inning. In August, Maloney pitched a 10-inning no-hitter against the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field-and that one he won.
TAKE A LISTEN INTO THE PAST WITH TODAY’S “SPORTS FLASHBACK”:
SPORTS FLASHBACKS 1971
1949: Eddie Waitkus, the Philadelphia Phillies’ first-baseman, was shot in the chest at the Edgewater Beach Hotel in Chicago by 19-year-old Ruth Ann Steinhagen, who had never met Waitkus but had been obsessed with him for years. Waitkus recovered and played for the 1950 pennant-winning Phillies. Steinhagen, charged with attempted murder, was committed to a mental institution for three years.