Spring practices provides fresh start for Helton, USC offense

With one week of 2019 spring practices in the books at USC, head coach Clay Helton and the Trojans are focused on leaving a tumultuous 2018 season in the past. A fresh calendar flip, new offensive coordinator and open quarterback competition have USC optimistic for what’s ahead. “We have identified and addressed the lessons we […]

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LeBron rises up against Boston, but Celtics prevail with win

LOS ANGELES, CA-LeBron James did what he was supposed to do when Kyrie Irving and the Boston Celtics came to down to play an NBA matchup at Staples Center. In just 27 minutes of action, James managed to pull off an efficient evening, going for 30 points, 12 assists and 10 rebounds against the Celtics. […]

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Hawks finish season strong by knocking off Delaware State

PRINCESS ANNE, Maryland — The University of Maryland Eastern Shore had spent the last two games — both losses — looking for the play that had earned it second place in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference standings. On Thursday night, at the William P. Hytche Athletic Center, they found it pretty early. The Hawks (16-13, 12-4 […]

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Florida Southern takes weekend series against Claflin

Orangeburg, S.C. – Florida Southern College took the second game of its three-game weekend series with Claflin University on Saturday (Mar. 9), defeating the Panthers 6-1 at Mirmow Field. Claflin, now 12-6 on the season, will try to avoid the series sweep on Sunday (Mar. 10) when the two teams meet in the finale at […]

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MEAC holds seventh annual youth clinic

NORFOLK, VA—The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) kicked off the 2019 Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament with the MEAC Youth Clinic on Saturday at the Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center. The Youth Clinic, in its seventh year, is a community outreach program that connects children with MEAC head coaches from the league’s […]

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