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On April 18, I saw something that in nearly 30 years of umpiring, I never had seen before. With a runner on base, St. Charles East pitcher Stephen Podany failed to come set from the stretch...
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Mark Dreibelbis loves every aspect of high school sports, from the lightning-fast action to the roar of cheering fans to the most minute details of the rules that govern them. He’s experienced the...
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... with their neighbor and co-host New Zealand. The match is expected to be watched by hundreds of millions the world over, with the winner to gain bragging rights as the best cricketing team in...
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As a boy, Jake Taylor excelled at many of the traditional (land-based) youth sports, but there was always something about the water and swimming that drew him to the pool. He started training as a...
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