Cardinals cage Tigers in tennis dual, 4-3 | News, Sports, Jobs

SMASHING SUCCESS – Fairmont second doubles player Olivia Ortega smashes a winner near the net during Tuesday’s nonconference dual tennis meet against Stewartville at the Cardinal Courts in Fairmont. Doubles partner Carter Quist watches the shot. (Photo by Greg Abel) FAIRMONT – In the words of a 1977 song by Meat Loaf, “Two out of … Read more

Prep Soccer: Flivvers rampage through weekend | News, Sports, Jobs

ANTIGO, Wis. – The weather was perfect in Antigo on Saturday and so was the Kingsford girls varsity soccer team. The Flivvers brought their scoring boots in their games against Phillips (Wis.) And the host Red Robins, exploding for a combined 17 goals in two matches while holding each opponent scoreless. In their first match, … Read more

NIL in high school? It should not happen News, Sports, Jobs

Monday is the final day that the 817 member schools of the OHSAA will have the opportunity to vote on the approval of a Name, Image, and Likeness proposal that mirrors changes made at the collegiate level in the last year. If the proposal passes, Ohio could be the 10th state to approve NIL regulations. … Read more

Hall of Fame: Al Garcia, soccer coaching legend, readies for enshrinement | Local Sports

Al Garcia, one of the most prominent sports figures on the Central Coast for a time frame spanning three decades, will soon become a Hall of Famer. The Northern Santa Barbara County Athletic Round Table will induct him into its Hall of Fame at the organization’s annual awards dinner May 18. “Jennifer Crump will introduce … Read more

Area youth baseball roundup News, Sports, Jobs

EAST END EAST END YOUTH LEAGUE STANDINGS WL Dean Patterson 5-0 Burgmeiers Hauling 4-1 Sheetz 3-3 Cumming Motors 2-2 Greenwood Meadows 2-2 Cable Contracting 2-3 Penn Med 2-4 Caporuscios Plumbing 0-5 Results Burgmeier Hauling 8, Cumming Motors 7: Multiple hits – Walls 2, Lawther 2, B. Farabaugh 2 (BH), Stump 2 (CM), WP – Starr, … Read more

Pens’ Domingue does the necessary work News, Sports, Jobs

New York Rangers head coach Gerard Gallant, center, talks with referee Steve Kozari (40) during the first period in Game 3 of an NHL hockey Stanley Cup first-round playoff series against the Pittsburgh Penguins in Pittsburgh, Saturday, May 7, 2022. The Penguins won 7-4. (AP Photo / Gene J. Puskar) On the ice Tonight: New … Read more

Tritons add pair of silver trophies | News, Sports, Jobs

COUNCIL BLUFFS – The Iowa Central track and field team secured two silvers here Sunday at the Region XI Championships. Iowa Western swept the men’s and women’s team titles, with the Tritons placing second. Britney Brown captured the 400, finishing in 55.10, with Yared Kidane continuing his strong spring by earning gold in the 1,500 … Read more

‘Alumni Battle’ soccer event to benefit diabetes foundation | News, Sports, Jobs

The Chestnut Ridge soccer teams and its boosters are holding the second annual Alumni Battle for Diabetes Tournament on Saturday, July 30th. The tournament will be held at Crossroads Bible Church, located at 5564 US-220 BUS, Bedford and will include men’s and women’s alumni teams from area high schools. The purpose of the tournament is … Read more

Altoona boys basketball search: Up, up and away | News, Sports, Jobs

By Neil Rudel There have been special occasions over the years that have merited use of the Mirror helicopter to help me get a better view of the area’s sports landscape. Sometimes the trips have been to observe high-level coaching searches, mainly involving Altoona Area High School but Penn State, too, but it’s also … Read more

St. Peter nets BSC tennis shutout over Fairmont | News, Sports, Jobs

FULL FOCUS – Fairmont fourth singles netter Dominick Lund-May locks on target before drilling a forehand return from the baseline during a Big South Conference dual tennis meet on Thursday at the Cardinal Courts in Fairmont. (Photo by Greg Abel) FAIRMONT – According to Harper’s Bazaar, bucket hats are trending again. St. Peter fourth singles … Read more