Shady archers in Louisville for Eastern Nationals | Sports

Fresh off its first state championship, the Shady Spring High School archery team is in the Bluegrass State looking to make an even bigger impact. The Tigers are competing in the NASP Eastern Nationals starting Thursday afternoon at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky. The tournament will run through Saturday. Shady made history by … Read more

North Canterbury Basketball Association to host national tournament for the first time

Sport 10 May, 2022 01:00 AM2 minutes to read Rangiora’s MainPower Stadium will host the tournament next month. Photo / Supplied The fast-growing North Canterbury Basketball Association is gearing up to host its first-ever national tournament next month at Rangiora’s top-class new stadium. The Aon Under 19 Nationals will bring together New Zealand’s top junior … Read more

All-Tribune boys basketball: La Crosse Central’s Todd Fergot named coach of the year Inside Preps

Central High School boys basketball coach Todd Fergot never stops challenging his team. He has also done that with the luxury of four NCAA Division I players – Kobe King, Johnny Davis, Jordan Davis, Terrance Thompson – over the past several years. Finding the right way to push a different kind of team was key … Read more

Volunteer basketball coach Poe announces retirement | Sports

CHURCH HILL – One of the area’s all-time great basketball coaches is calling it a career. In an email to the Times News on Thursday, volunteer athletic director Jeremy Bailey announced the retirement of boys head coach Mike Poe. Poe came to Church Hill in 2018 and guided the Falcons to a 47-69 record over … Read more

How a Sacramento man helped build three-on-three basketball

A collage of early marketing materials shows how Kim Dennis used to promote the early days of three-on-three basketball tournaments. Nick Lozato Kim Dennis’ first shot at three-on-three basketball was a brick. Looking to expand his basketball promotions business in the late 1980s, Dennis and Pros In Motion co-founder Guss Armstead organized an event at … Read more

Adaptive Rugby with UVA and the Virginia Commonwealth Games

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) – The University of Virginia’s Club Rugby Team partnered with the Virginia Commonwealth Games to host a day of adaptive rugby – a non-contact version of the sport. Long distance throwing, kicking, and target practice are just a few of the events that athletes competed in at Madison Bowl Field. “I’ve been … Read more

James Monroe freshman Carolyn Clarkson wins state archery championship | Sports

PETERSTOWN – The James Monroe boys basketball team famously brought a WVSSAC state championship to Monroe County in March. But it was not the only state title won in Charleston by a Maverick this spring. Carolyn Clarkson, who is a freshman at James Monroe, collected a state championship in the 2022 WVDNR Archery in Schools … Read more

Q&A with Masters-bound Seamus Power | Sports

Seamus Power is being treated like an overnight sensation, yet those who know him realize he’s been building toward this moment for his entire life. Power, a former East Tennessee State golfer, will be playing in this week’s Masters. It will be the first major appearance for the two-time Atlantic Sun Conference individual champion who … Read more

Franklin County archery teams finish second at region to qualify for state | Sports

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OUTDOORS: County archers return to state in Branson | Sports

After two years of uncertainty and challenges coronavirus, the Missouri National Archery in Schools Program state archery tournament returned to Branson March 17-19, and familiar names returned to the awards podium. In 2020, the state redesigned the event as a virtual competition held in each participating school, but as lock-downs and online learning closed school … Read more