Penn College Students, Staff to Feed World Championship Rivals – PCToday

Penn Tech’s Le Jeune Chef – including the staff, students, and faculty who support it – will once again prepare meals for teams participating in Little League Baseball® World Championships, just a few miles from campus. For the second year, the restaurant—a live laboratory for students in the college’s baking, pastry, and culinary arts majors—will … Read more

Kobe Bryant: They arrived at the crash site, then set off a chain reaction that led to a horrific court case

Angels CNN – Amid thick fog and a thick brush, eight members of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department set out on foot over the remote terrain of the Santa Monica Mountains. It was around 10am on January 26, 2020, and a helicopter had just crashed. Smoke filled the air and first responders didn’t know … Read more

Aspiring female Yao: 6-10 Han Shuo makes a mark in WNBA, China

NEW YORK (Associated Press) — Han Shuo grew up adoring Yao Ming, fascinated by the giant 7-foot-6 shadow of the Hall of Famer every time he steps onto the NBA stadium. Standing from 6 to 10, Han would like to emulate Yao’s influence – including his influence on sports in China. The New York Post … Read more

Russell’s retirement number 6 across the NBA, the first in the league

Bill Russell’s No. 6 jersey has been retired across the NBA, the first in the league. The National Basketball Association and the National Basketball Players Association announced Thursday that the 11-time champion, civil rights activist and person good enough to be honored in the Basketball Hall of Fame as a player and coach was permanently … Read more

Federal judge rejects LIV golfers offer for PGA Tour Posteason

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA (AP) – A federal judge in California ruled on Tuesday that three golfers who joined Saudi-backed LIV Golf would not be able to compete on the PGA Tour in the post-season. US District Judge Beth Labson Freeman made her decision in San Jose after attorneys for both sides spoke for about an … Read more

Kevin Harvick ends 65-race drought with sixth win in Michigan | Sports

Brooklyn, Michigan (AP) – Kevin Harvick has got his groove back in his groove again, fittingly on one of his favorite tracks. Harvick finished 65- a race Useless dehydration continued Almost two years With his sixth win at the Michigan International Auto Raceway on Sunday. “Good timing for sure,” he said. Harvick’s win shook the … Read more

Britney Greiner’s Russian Experiment Continues: Live Updates

KIMI, Russia (Associated Press) – WNBA star Britney Greiner’s attorney at her drug possession trial in Russia on Friday gave a letter from a US doctor recommending the use of medicinal cannabis to treat pain. Greiner, a two-time Olympic gold medalist and a high-profile Phoenix Mercury, was arrested at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport in February after … Read more

Column: The NFL lets bad boy owners get down with a slap on the wrist

After Donald Sterling’s racist delirium was revealed to the world, the NBA moved quickly to banish him from the league. Definitely, the forced sale of the Los Angeles Clippers It made sterling richer, but sent a clear signal that such behavior would not be tolerated, even by people with the largest checkbooks. And then there’s … Read more

Explainer: Why do WNBA players go abroad to play in the off-season

Russia has been a popular destination for WNBA players like Brittney Griner over the past two decades because of the money they can make playing there in the winter. With top players earning more than $1 million — nearly four times what they could make as a base salary in the WNBA — Griner, Breanna … Read more