1st and 10 Honors: William Fleming’s Lovelace and Lewis
William Fleming coach Jamar Lovelace and quarterback Dashawn Lewis both earned 1st and 10 honors. Lewis was the Week 6 Player of the Week. Lovelace wins Coach of the year honors.
1st and 10 Honors: Carroll County’s Dalton & James River’s Marshall
Morgan Marshall wins the 1st and 10 Josh Leonard Courage and Commitment award. Brady Dalton was the 1st and 10 Player of the week for Week 3.
Salem, Appomattox claim state football gold
Four SW Virginia area squads played for state titles on Saturday. Salem and Appomattox took home state gold, while Lord Botetourt and Galax claimed state silver.
Virginia state championship football games will be allowed to have 1,000 fans
More fans will now be allowed in the stands for the six high school football state title games being played across Virginia on Saturday.
William Fleming seniors hold diplomas high a day after shooting during their graduation practice
High school graduation went on as planned for the seniors at William Fleming High School Thursday despite a shooting during graduation practice Wednesday.
JMU softball falls to #1 Oklahoma in Women’s College World Series Semifinals
Unseeded James Madison lost to no.1 seed Oklahoma in the first game of the Women’s College World Series semifinals on Sunday.
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Rahm preparing for US Open after positive COVID-19 test
Jon Rahm returns to the course this week, trying to prepare for the U.S. Open two weeks after testing positive for COVID-19 at the Memorial.
Ronaldo scores 2, Portugal beats Hungary 3-0 at Euro 2020
Cristiano Ronaldo set the record for most goals at the European Championship with two of them in Portugal’s 3-0 victory over Hungary at a packed Puskas Arena.
MLB threatens pitchers with 10-game bans for altering balls
Pitchers will be ejected and suspended for 10 games for using illegal foreign substances to doctor baseballs in a crackdown by Major League Baseball that will start Monday.
Belichick not expecting Gilmore to attend minicamp this week
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick says he doesn’t expect cornerback Stephon Gilmore to participate in any of the team’s remaining mandatory minicamp workouts this week.
Anderson: QB Sam Darnold has different 'aura' in Carolina
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Robby Anderson couldn’t help but notice a difference in Sam Darnold’s persona when he walked into Bank of America Stadium for the team’s mandatory three-day minicamp.
Eriksen sends public thank you message from hospital
Christian Eriksen has sent his first public message from the hospital thanking supporters for their “sweet and amazing” well-wishes after his collapse at the European Championship.
The Latest: Ronaldo's ID checked before Euro 2020 game
Cristiano Ronaldo was stopped by a security official to have his identity checked before playing for Portugal against Hungary at the European Championship.
US OPEN '21: A look back at key anniversaries in the US Open
A look back at the U.S. Open from 10 years ago to 100 years ago offers a mixture of record performances and blown putts, of playoffs and perhaps one of the most underappreciated victories by a major champion.
Crawford, Giants send Diamondbacks to 20th road loss in row
Brandon Crawford homered and drove in three runs as the San Francisco Giants sent the Arizona Diamondbacks to their 20th straight road loss with a 5-2 victory.
Leonard, George each score 31, Clippers tie series with Jazz
Kawhi Leonard and Paul George each scored 31 points — the second straight game they have both had over 30 points — and the Los Angeles Clippers defeated the Utah Jazz 118-104 in Game 4 Monday night to even their Western Conference second-round series at two games apiece.
Runner says tainted burrito led to test for banned substance
American 1,500 and 5,000 meter record holder Shelby Houlihan has been banned for four years following a positive test for what she concluded was a tainted pork burrito.
Vegas opens Stanley Cup semifinal with 4-1 win over Montreal
Shea Theodore had a goal and an assist, Marc-Andre Fleury made 28 saves and the Vegas Golden Knights beat the Montreal Canadiens 4-1 in the first game of the Stanley Cup semifinal.
Does this latest fan misbehavior at sporting events signal a disturbing trend?
Fan interaction with the athletes has always been a component of sporting events, whether it’s been the good, the bad or the ugly, to steal the title from the famous western movie of the 1960s.
Indians shake off Bieber injury; O's 16th straight road loss
José Ramírez picked up a pair of RBIs made possible by Baltimore blunders in the field and the Cleveland Indians extended the Orioles’ road losing streak to 16 straight games with a 4-3 win.
Young leads Hawks' rally past Sixers with Embiid hurting
Trae Young overcame a cold start to score 25 points, including a floater that gave Atlanta the lead with 1:17 remaining, and the Hawks rallied to beat the Philadelphia 76ers 103-100.
LEADING OFF: Bieber ailing, Braves rookie Davidson excels
Reigning AL Cy Young Award winner Shane Bieber won’t throw for at least two weeks because of a right shoulder strain, an injury that will further test Cleveland’s pitching depth.