State wrestling: Stillwater’s Hunter Lyden wins third title with healthy body and mind

Gophers commit Hunter Lyden enjoyed his third and final state title Saturday night — claiming the 170-pound, Class 3A title — more than last year’s championship. No. 1, Lyden was awfully banged up last year. “It’s a lot different preparing for a match knowing that you’re healthy versus questioning if you’re going to make it… Continue reading State wrestling: Stillwater’s Hunter Lyden wins third title with healthy body and mind

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Heat top 76ers 99-82, move 3 games ahead in East race

MIAMI (AP) — Everything is to Miami’s liking right now. The Heat are at home for most of the month, they’re enjoying their largest cushion of the season atop the Eastern Conference, and they added distance between themselves and Philadelphia. They’re about to get deeper, too. Tyler Herro and Jimmy Butler each scored 21 points,… Continue reading Heat top 76ers 99-82, move 3 games ahead in East race

Driver Killed When Car Crashed Into Pole Identified As Wheaton Warrenville South Student

WHEATON, Ill. (CBS) — A driver was killed late Friday afternoon when a car crashed into a traffic light pole on Butterfield Road in Wheaton and ended up splitting into multiple parts. The driver has been identified as a 16-year-old junior at Wheaton Warrenville South High School, according to a statement from District 200 officials.… Continue reading Driver Killed When Car Crashed Into Pole Identified As Wheaton Warrenville South Student

Etiwanda girls basketball finds way past Centennial in Open Division regional semifinal

RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> Normally, if the Etiwanda girls basketball team is trailing at the half against a top-level opponent, they Eagles will use more full-court press in the second half. But with starter Kennedy Smith picking up three fouls in the first half Saturday, coach Stan Delus only altered the zone defense his team was… Continue reading Etiwanda girls basketball finds way past Centennial in Open Division regional semifinal

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Pickleball pros swing into action at APP Plantation Open

It was named after the inventor’s dog, and this weekend, the sport with the weird name that’s sweeping the country has taken over a Plantation park. Featuring just under 700 competitors, the Association of Pickleball Professionals’ Plantation Open is the first ever pro pickleball tour in Broward County. Organizers said the sports event, taking place… Continue reading Pickleball pros swing into action at APP Plantation Open

Rival UNC upsets No. 4 Duke in Coach K’s Cameron farewell

By AARON BEARD DURHAM, N.C. — North Carolina ignored all the attention surrounding the final home game for retiring Hall of Fame coach Mike Krzyzewski, as well as the fourth-ranked Duke’s emotionally charged, rowdier-than-usual crowd. Instead, the rival Tar Heels walked into Cameron Indoor Stadium and fearlessly spoiled Coach K’s perfect send-off to the postseason.… Continue reading Rival UNC upsets No. 4 Duke in Coach K’s Cameron farewell

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Express Train, Victor Espinoza win Santa Anita Handicap

It wasn’t the most star-studded field in Santa Anita Handicap history, one that was devoid of any Grade I winners, but Express Train and Warrant made the 85th edition of the nation’s first $100,000 race one to remember Saturday by staging an epic stretch duel. Express Train, with Hall of Famer Victor Espinoza aboard, prevailed… Continue reading Express Train, Victor Espinoza win Santa Anita Handicap

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Lowell Father Says His 2 Children In Ukraine Are Moving To Safer Ground

LOWELL (CBS) — A Lowell father with two young children in Ukraine said that his kids have finally been able to move to safer ground.  Sam Hy told WBZ-TV this update on Saturday. The children are with Hy’s ex-wife — who is Ukrainian — and who moved the children to her homeland about four years… Continue reading Lowell Father Says His 2 Children In Ukraine Are Moving To Safer Ground

Carnaval on the Mile kicks off weekend fun for good cause in Coral Gables

Carnaval on the Mile has kicked off in the heart of Coral Gables. The event consists of a weekend-long cultural immersion celebrating music and art in every form along Miracle Mile, between 37th and 42nd avenues. Carnaval showcases an eclectic mix of more than 100 fine artists, along with two stages packed with more than… Continue reading Carnaval on the Mile kicks off weekend fun for good cause in Coral Gables

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