- Local sports digest: Walsh Jennings, Ross advance in Olympic bid
- 10 Germans Karla Borger and Britta Buthe. Walsh Jennings, a former Archbishop Mitty and Stanford indoor star, is trying to join Lisa Leslie as the only U.S.
- Kantor and Losiak secure maiden FIVB World Tour title with victory at Rio
- Britta Buthe and Karla Borger of Germany were able to end the event at the Rio 2016 beach volleyball venue on a positive note as they earned bronze with a 21-18, 18-21, 15-10 triumph against Switzerland's Anouk Verge-Depre and Isabelle Forrer.
- Canyon teen gets 'outlandish' in spelling bee
- In second place was Kinley Rehder, of Shattuck, Okla., and third place went to Lars Nelson, of Borger. Rehder misspelled “spleen” in the 21st round, and Ramirez spelled the next two words before being congratulated by his peers at Region 16 Education ...
- Tascosa rolls by Randall to conclude Keller
- The results were generally positive for the local teams to close the Randy Keller Memorial Classic on Saturday, but some ended on higher notes than others. That was most apparent as Tascosa hosted Randall in the final game of the tournament. Randall ...
- SATURDAY'S PREP ROUNDUP: Valpo wins Class A hockey state title
- However, Valparaiso's Josh Borger scored on a breakaway, and teammate Sammy Yetsko added an empty-netter in the club's 2-0 Indiana State High School Hockey Association finals victory at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum in Indianapolis. "It did pop in my ...
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