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WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — Novak Djokovic waited. He waited for Nick Kyrgios to lose focus and lose his way. Waited to find the proper read on his foe’s big serves. Waited until his own level rose … more
Wednesday , July 18 GOLF Sneds Tour TGA Jr. Chattanooga Regional Championship at Moccasin Bend GC, 9 a.m. Thursday , July 19 FOOTBALL 7-n-7s Walker Valley hosting 7-on-7 Play Day, 5:30 GOLF Sneds Tour TGA Jr. Chattanooga Regional … more
In the immortal words of Dr. Frankenstein, "It's ALIVE!"Maybe second only to the enthusiastically anticipated sound of Gabriel's trumpet blowing, high school athletes emerge from the annual TSSAA … more
BASKETBALL SCOTT FAMILY LETS CAMP The legendary Scott siblings — Terry, Levi, Gloria and former NBA standout Alvin — will once again host a free LETS (Life Education Through Sports) Camp, July … more
WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — Elena Rybakina beat Ons Jabeur 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 in the Wimbledon final on Saturday to become the first tennis player from Kazakhstan to win a Grand Slam singles championship. … more
ATLANTA (AP) — The Atlanta Braves are one powerful bunch, and Matt Olson is enjoying the ride. “Watching from afar these past couple of years I know there was a lot of power in this clubhouse, … more
The Lee University Athletic Department has announced the hiring of Philip Tang as the new Coordinator of Athletic Communications. Tang arrives in Cleveland after spending nine years as an assistant … more
The Walker Valley gallop to the District 5-4A Softball Championship this past season was led by a "dynamic duo" of powerful hitters, who have been recognized for their achievements with All-State … more
Friday, July 8 SWIMMING CASL 62nd annual Bill Caukins City Meet at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. CAT and Waterdogs participating, TBA … more
There’s lots of marine life out in the ocean that travels in family groups.Fish have schools. Dolphins and whales have pods.Back here on land, the Cleveland Waterdogs have a pod of their own in the … more
Whether or not you're a movie buff, most people have probably heard the late, great Ray Liotta's opening line from Goodfellas:"As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster."In a … more
ATLANTA (AP) — Dylan Carlson hit a tiebreaking single in the top of the 11th inning, and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Atlanta Braves 3-2 on Thursday night to snap their four-game losing streak. … more
NORMAN, Okla. — After winning the first NCAA National Championship in school history, the Lee University men’s golf team had three players receive NCAA Division II PING All-American recognition, … more
Lee University men's basketball coach Bubba Smith is pleased to announce the hiring of new assistant coach and recruiting coordinator, Jason Laatsch. Laatsch is no stranger to the Gulf South … more
COLLEGE PARK, Ga. (AP) — Elena Delle Donne scored nine of her season-high 26 points in the fourth quarter and the Washington Mystics beat the Atlanta Dream 85-66 on Wednesday night. Delle Donne was … more
Congratulations to Cleveland Aqua Tiger standout Cami Starr for being named the Check Into Cash Player of the Week.   In her first season of competitive swimming, the 8-year-old has … more
ATLANTA (AP) — Ian Anderson enjoyed an important bounce-back game after his recent woes kept him from fully enjoying the Atlanta Braves’ best stretch of the season. Anderson allowed one run in … more
WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — It says a lot about Novak Djokovic that a two-sets-to-none hole at Wimbledon on a day he was hardly at his best never seemed insurmountable. Not to him. Not to anyone … more
BOSTON (AP) — Former NFL Pro Bowl wide receiver Demaryius Thomas is the latest in a growing list of football players diagnosed with CTE. His family said Tuesday that researchers found that Thomas, … more
SOUTHAMPTON, U.K. — Former Lee University All-American goalkeeper Jackie Burns will lead Northern Ireland in net as the country makes its debut in the Women's UEFA Euro 2022 Championship.Northern … more
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