Asked what Tolono Unity’s berth in the state championship game would mean to Jordan Reinhart, LeRoy coach B.J. Zeleznik replied, “Oh man, he would have been ecstatic.”
A former draft pick of the Cardinals who ascended rapidly as a coach, managing at three different levels, Marmol was introduced as the team's 51st manager.
After 16 years, Chicago sealed its first WNBA championship with a typical top-to-bottom team performance.
Candace Parker returned home to bring Chicago a championship. She did just that.
After his team won by the largest margin in WNBA Finals history, Sky coach and general manager James Wade stopped short of saying his team has the momentum heading into Game 4.
CHICAGO — The Chicago White Sox hired Hall of Fame manager Tony La Russa hoping he would oversee a deep postseason run and maybe lead them to their second World Series championship since 1917.
To some, La Russa is the key to taking the team deep into the playoffs. To others, the 77-year-old skipper is an uninspiring retread whose off-field controversies make him a detriment to the club.
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WWE Hall of Famer Nikki Bella claims she missed her ex John Cena's 'SummerSlam' main event because she was at the roulette table.
Jake Arrieta won a Cy Young Award and helped the Chicago Cubs capture a drought-busting World Series championship in his first stint with the club. His second go-round was nowhere near as successful.
“My door’s always been open,” Contreras said. “Whenever they want to talk, I’ll be open with my agents. I’m just looking forward to keep playing baseball.”
The revamped Cubs tried to move forward Friday. It was not an easy task on an emotional day that saw eight players depart this week in seven trades.
"Certainly the quarterback at Ohio State is gonna have an unbelievable opportunity."
Novak Djokovic won his sixth Wimbledon title and 20th at a major tournament, putting him tied for first on the all-time list with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
Basketball has allowed Brian Randle to compete on some pretty big stages over the years. None will be bigger than the NBA Finals.