With her last summer before diving headlong into academia and the study of the inner workings of the human mind, Rachael Washington is dipping a toe back into musical theater by playing the lead female character in "Rent," which begins Thursday.
It’s been nearly three years since Delfino Benitez last had a competitive fight.
The North Platte Plainsmen released the team’s 2022 schedule on Monday.
“We went under the little bridge under the track to get into the infield, and then you look up and you see the banking and it was like a dream come true knowing that I was going to race on the actual track.”
Bradan Erdman celebrated a win in his first MMA fight in roughly three years in the manner that he promised to. He drank a Bud Light from a sneaker.
Scott’s win, the final of his amateur career, came after his teammates — Ted Nesslein and Taylor McKeeman won their amateur matchups at 160- and 175-pounds, respectively, earlier in the night.
St. Pat's football started pre-season work for the season this week. The Irish are moving from 11-man to 8-man and the boys are learning an entire new system. The first game of the season is scheduled for Aug. 19 at Bridgeport followed by a home game on Aug. 26 with Cambridge.
Reid Loop defeated Cole Kramer in a one-hole playoff to win the title, while Abbie Jones defeated her competition by 15 strokes.
Abbie Jones leads the girls 13-18 division by four strokes after shooting an 85 on the first day of the Junior Ambassador Classic.
As a result of a stroke, the left side of Madaux DeLong's body has been weakened. His run is labored, and he’s unable to use his left hand to throw or catch. That hasn't stopped him.
The North Platte Community College volleyball team isn’t one to shy away from mentioning how young the team is this season.
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Mark Turgeon and Chris Mack had the kind of college basketball jobs at Maryland and Louisville, respectively, that you don’t walk away from.
Dehydration is one of the biggest concerns during football camps in the summer, and the New York Giants saw its effects on new center Jon Feliciano. The 30-year-old veteran developed dehydration on the second day of practice and missed four days. The former Buffalo Bill talked about the incident Sunday for the first time. He said the dehydration set in after practice. He went into a cool tub immediately and went for an IV, but the medical personnel had trouble finding one. Cramping ensued and the pain was so intense, he did a lot of screaming.
Tennessee rookie quarterback Malik Willis made a business decision when he found himself facing off against Pro Bowl defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons in a live tackle drill at training camp. Willis went straight to the ground. Willis said Sunday he wasn't going to get hit by Simmons. Other NFL quarterbacks don’t have that luxury against a lineman coming off his best season. Simmons had a career-high 8 1/2 sacks in his third NFL season. He then set a franchise playoff record with three more in the Titans' divisional loss. Simmons switched agents this summer prompting worries he might want a new deal. Simmons reported for training camp on time and says he's only trying to improve.
Cleveland Browns running back Kareem Hunt participated in team drills for first time in three days after demanding a trade. Hunt is the final year of a two-year, $12 million deal he signed two years ago, but is asking for a long-term extension. The 27-year-old has been productive during his three seasons for Cleveland. But he missed nine games last season with calf and ankle injuries. Hunt’s situation adds more drama for the Browns, who are waiting to see how quarterback long Deshaun Watson will be suspended for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy.
Zach Wilson took the field at MetLife Stadium for the first time since last season and put together another solid practice. That’s promising news for the New York Jets and their second-year quarterback. Wilson was unofficially 12 of 19 including four drops by receivers for 100 yards with a touchdown and an interception in the scrimmage. The practice was a leadup to the Jets’ first preseason game next Friday night at Philadelphia. New York also hosted free agent offensive tackle Duane Brown, who attended the practice.