The Eastern View boys tennis team finished at the top of the Battlefield District’s regular-season standings a year ago, but the Cyclones were left feeling unfulfilled after there was no district tournament due to a COVID-shortened season.
The Eastern View girls soccer team entered the Battlefield District tournament with nearly as many ties as victories.
Mason Sawyers threw a complete-game shutout as the Culpeper baseball team defeated host Eastern View 10-0 in a six-inning Battlefield District contest on Wednesday.
Anne-Marie Pritchett and Miranda Sanchez scored one goal apiece to lead the Eastern View girls soccer team to a 2-1 victory over top-seeded Courtland in the Battlefield District tournament semifinals at King George on Tuesday night.
While working together as football assistant coaches at Vanderbilt and then Penn State, Brent Pry and Ricky Rahne often talked about their visions for the programs they hoped to one day lead.
Jimbo Fisher should have thanked Nick Saban; not disparaged him.
Four Hokies made the All-ACC first team, as did two Cavs.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — With 11 seconds to play in last year’s NCAA lacrosse national championship game and Virginia up by a goal, Maryland’s Luke Wierman won a faceoff against UVA’s Petey LaSalla and broke hard toward the cage. He fired a shot at goalie Alex Rode that was stopped with 5 seconds left to seal the championship.
The NFL says it will appeal a ruling denying the league’s request to move former Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden’s lawsuit over leaked emails from a public courtroom into closed-door arbitration. In a statement, the NFL denied Gruden's claims that league officials or Commissioner Roger Goodell leaked racist, sexist and homophobic emails by Gruden to force him to resign last October. Judge Nancy Allf in Las Vegas refused requests to dismiss Gruden’s claim outright or move it to out-of-court talks that could be overseen by Goodell. Gruden emerged from the courtroom declaring “Go Raiders” and saying he was going to let the process take care of itself.
Deshaun Watson was impossible to miss in his orange jersey, pants and helmet. As he showed off his right arm, engaged in friendly trash talk and interacted with new teammates, the Browns quarterback didn’t look distracted by the storm swirling around him. Hours after two of the massage therapists accusing him of sexual misconduct gave graphic descriptions to a national TV audience of sessions they claim scarred them, Watson practiced with Cleveland. The Browns signed him to a controversial, $230 million contract in March. Watson is waiting to find out if he'll be suspended by the NFL, which is investigating whether he violated its personal-conduct policy.
Colin Kaepernick is getting his first chance to work out for an NFL team since last playing in the league in 2016 when he started kneeling during the national anthem to protest police brutality and racial inequality. Two people familiar with the situation said Kaepernick will work out for the Las Vegas Raiders on Wednesday. The people spoke on condition of anonymity because the team hadn’t announced the workout plans. ESPN first reported that the Raiders were bringing in Kaepernick. Kaepernick hasn’t played since the end of the 2016 season when he was cut by San Francisco.
NEW YORK — Zach Wilson’s mental growth was evident during the Jets’ second day of OTAs in Florham Park on Tuesday. The Jets’ OTAs only competition drills featured 7-on-7. For the majority of Wilson’s reps, he showed slightly more decisiveness, which shows more command of the offense. “He clearly has much better understanding,” Jets coach Robert Saleh said. “It just clicks differently in year ...