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The ABC21/Sweeney Law Firm boys basketball player of the week is Blackhawk Christian senior guard Frankie Davidson.
Two distance-runners made their college picks official at Carroll on Thursday afternoon.
Playing in front of an afternoon crowd at Memorial Coliseum, the Mad Ants survived a battle with the newly-formed Capital City Go-Go, winning 121-118 in overtime.
Caleb Swanigan has a new NBA home.
Homestead wide receiver Trevin Taylor made his big college choice official on Wednesday, signing with Harvard.
Brent Cox went for 16 points and 14 rebounds, and East Noble won on the road, beating Bishop Dwenger 49-44.
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On a sheet of bright pink ice, the Komets showed plenty of heart on Valentine’s day, but they didn’t end up with the win.
Rob Gray put up one of the best scoring performances in franchise history, as the Mad Ants headed into the All-Star Break with a 127-123 win over the Lakeland Magic.
The Komets lost 1-0 in overtime on Sunday at Newfoundland.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Kamar Baldwin had 25 points as Butler topped DePaul 91-78 on Saturday night. Sean McDermott had 15 points for Butler (15-11, 6-7
CLEVELAND (AP) — Tyree Appleby had 26 points and 11 assists as Cleveland St. narrowly beat IUPUI 89-86 on Saturday night. Appleby hit 5 of
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — Carsen Edwards scored 15 of his 21 points in the second half Saturday and Matt Haarms added a career-high 18
KENT, Ohio (AP) — Antonio Williams had 20 points as Kent State defeated Eastern Michigan 71-58 on Saturday night. Philip Whittington had 17 points and