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Blazers eager to return to playoffs in 2014

Daniel Boone eyes return to postseason

Daniel Boone (3-4, 4-6 in 2013) just missed out on the District III-AAA playoffs last season. But Bill Parks team is focused and motivated to get back to the promised land this season.

Saints field hockey young this year

Saints field hockey has big shoes to fill

The Berks Catholic field hockey team was one win away from the PIAA tournament last season. If the Saints want to get back to that point, they'll need to replaces some key producers from last season.

Parkinson era begins at Boyertown

Parkinson era begins for Boyertown football

The Boyertown (5-4, 7-4 in 2013) football program is under new leadership heading into the coming season. George Parkinson has taken over as head coach. He's brought a new team focus and attitude with him.

Wilson boys Weiser girls set the bar high

Wilson boys, Weiser girls set the bar high for coming season

The Wilson boys and Conrad Weiser girls soccer teams enter the 2014 season as defending county champions. But both programs have expectations that go well beyond the county level this year.

Emmaus more prepared for 2014 season

Emmaus more prepared for 2014 season

The Emmaus football team already feels like it's more prepared for the upcoming season than a season ago.

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Forbes: Cowboys valued at NFL-best $3.2 billion

The Dallas Cowboys lead the Forbes NFL Team Values list for the eighth consecutive season, rising in value by 39 percent to $3.2 billion.

Brian Hoyer, Cleveland Browns, August 2014

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Browns pick Hoyer over Manziel in QB derby

Brian Hoyer was named the starting quarterback of the Cleveland Browns for the regular-season opener Sept. 7 at Pittsburgh.

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Kent State's Bitsko found dead in his room

Kent State starting center Jason Bitsko has died from an undetermined medical condition, the university confirmed Wednesday.

Mo'ne Davis

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Mo'ne Davis' impact on girls and boys

My girls, ages 6 and 8, love sports, but we are not a family that watches much baseball or even follows the Little League World Series. Of course, that was before we heard the name Mo'ne Davis, the 13-year-old pitching phenom.

Oakland Athletics baseball stadium, O.co Coliseum

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Selig: Oakland A's need new park

Outgoing MLB commissioner Bud Selig says a new ballpark must be on the frontburner for the Oakland Athletics to remain competitive.

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Former ref Carey declined Redskins games

Retired NFL referee Mike Carey refused assignments in Washington because he believes the team nickname is a racial slur.

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Saints field hockey has big shoes to fill

Saints field hockey young this year

The Berks Catholic field hockey team was one win away from the PIAA tournament last season. If the Saints want to get back to that point, they'll need to replaces some key producers from last season.

Daniel Boone eyes return to postseason

Blazers eager to return to playoffs in 2014

Daniel Boone (3-4, 4-6 in 2013) just missed out on the District III-AAA playoffs last season. But Bill Parks team is focused and motivated to get back to the promised land this season.

Why is interest in golf on the decline?

Why is interest in golf on the decline

High school senior Joe Harkal is kicking soccer ball not on a soccer field, but on a golf course.

Philly phenom returns to mound in team's 3rd LLWS game

Mo'Ne Davis

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The sensation of this year's Little League World Series looks to extend its run.

Iwakuma fans season-high 11, Mariners top Phillies

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The Mariners gave Hisashi Iwakuma an early lead and the pitcher took it from there.

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