Indians 11 — Orioles 4
CONCORD, N.C. (AP) — It looked for a moment as if Kyle Larson would get his revenge on Joey Logano for beating him out last weekend to win the Sprint Cup All-Star race.
PARIS (AP) — Serena Williams was ahead, yes, but hardly at her best, when claps of thunder and a heavy downpour interrupted her third-round French Open match at a critical juncture.
Hunters reported harvesting a total of 3,874 wild turkeys during the 2016 regular spring and junior hunt turkey seasons that ended on May 23. This year’s harvest is three percent higher than 2015 (3,767) and well above the ten year average of 3,131.
TORONTO (AP) — LeBron James isn’t just going back to the NBA Finals. He’s returning with a team that’s healthy and whole, which makes this trip unlike last year.
OLNEY — Like last season, Kent Island’s Catrina Coyner reached the quarterfinal round of the MPSSAA state singles championships, and like last season her high school season ended there.
CONCORD, N.C. (AP) — Martin Truex Jr. put himself in good position for another strong showing at the Coca-Cola 600, a race he thought he should have won last year.
Rachael Milligan, Chesapeake College’s record-setting sophomore pitcher, and freshman outfield teammate Cat Ramagnano were each selected first-team all-NJCAA Division II Region XX and first-team all-Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference.
STEVENSVILLE — Just before the rain started falling again Monday afternoon, North Caroline High’s Katie Saathoff cleared 8 feet, 7 inches on her first attempt to win the girls’ pole vault competition on the third day of the Class 2A East Region track and field championships at Kent Island High.
While Colonel Richardson High head coach James Jackson thought his boys’ team had a chance to win the Class 1A East Region track and field championship, he also knew his crew would spend the better part of Friday chasing Cambridge-South Dorchester.
Chesapeake College freshman catcher/infielder Eddie Nevins — one of the state’s top baseball hitters for both power and average — has been named to the all-Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference first team.
STEVENSVILLE — Emma Tvelia, Keashia Johnson and Emily Lewis each won a pair of individual titles, and Kathryn Gearhart and Anton Black earned their second crowns on the track in three days