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3/2/2016 8:03 PM
Napoleon beats Central Catholic boys
BOWLING GREEN — Napoleon High School defeated Central Catholic 55-48 in a Division II boys basketball district semifinal game at BGSU's Stroh Center tonight.

3/2/2016 6:05 PM
Harbaugh helps coach Tigers past Pirates
BRADENTON, Fla. — With Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh moonlighting as their first base coach, a split squad of Detroit Tigers scored four runs in the first inning Wednesday and beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 10-3.

3/2/2016 5:41 PM
Cleveland's rotation deep as spring begins
GOODYEAR, Ariz. — They throw hard, they throw strikes and could be together for quite some time.

3/2/2016 4:27 PM
Browns' Mack voids contract, becomes free agent
CLEVELAND — Alex Mack has snapped the ball into the Browns’ court.

3/2/2016 3:33 PM
ESPN 'addressing' Schilling slam on Clinton
NEW YORK — ESPN baseball analyst Curt Schilling appeared to violate the network's guidelines when he told a radio station that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton should be "buried under a jail."

3/2/2016 2:13 PM
Iditarod shortens ceremonial start
ANCHORAGE — A lack of snow in Alaska’s largest city has led the world’s most famous sled dog race to shorten its ceremonial start this weekend.

3/2/2016 2:10 PM
Vonn ends season because of injury
LONDON — Lindsey Vonn’s ski season is over.

3/2/2016 12:54 PM
Tiger Woods says he's feeling better
DORAL, Fla. — Tiger Woods says he continues to feel better, though the 14-time major champion remains unsure when he can return to competitive golf.

3/2/2016 12:30 AM
Fayette’s defense shuts down Edgerton
NAPOLEON — For much of the game, Fayette resembled a charging train in a 42-26 win over Edgerton in a Division IV boys basketball semifinal.

3/2/2016 12:26 AM
Prep guru a class act in hall of fame
Good morning. Today's effort is in-house, intramural, and personal. Read along or move along; your call.




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