Two doctors, a receptionist and a former soldier accompanying his wife during a checkup were killed in a mass shooting inside a Tulsa medical building, authorities said Thursday.
Police, officials at Saint Francis Health System and others provided details about the victims of Wednesday's shooting.
PHENIX CITY, Ala. (AP) — A well-known high school baseball coach from Alabama has had his suspension overturned.
Russell County High School coach Tony Rasmus had appealed to the state Department of Education after the county Board of Education in October suspended him until June.
PHENIX CITY, Ala. (AP) — A well-known high school baseball coach from Alabama was found innocent of assaulting a player but guilty of harassment, court records show.
A circuit court jury this week acquitted Russell County High School coach Tony Rasmus on a misdemeanor charge that he assaulted a player earlier this year, documents show.
TOKYO (AP) — Japanese high school baseball players, heartbroken because their annual tournament was canceled due to the pandemic, are getting a consolation prize: a spoonful of dirt...
ROME TOWNSHIP, Ohio — Reilly Sowards allowed one run on three hits and struck out six with no walks to pitch Fairland to a 4-1 victory over Ironton Tuesday in an Ohio Valley Conference high school baseball game at Roger Snyder Field.
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The Greenwich High School baseball team evened its record at 8-8 overall and 6-6 against FCIAC competition by posting a 4-1 win over host Bridgeport Central on Friday.
Ian Colalucci pitched five innings to earn the win for the Cardinals.
The Immaculate High School baseball team won the first of its two regular-season clashes with crosstown rival Abbott Tech on Saturday, 12-4. Joe Rios earned the win on the mound, and C.J. Cianflone finished it strong.
FAIRFIELD — Ryan Steffensmeier had the only hit for the Fort Madison High School baseball team in its 16-1 loss Friday night in a Class 3A district game at the Trojans’ diamond.
The game went just four innings and ended a long season for the young Bloodhounds at 1-32.
It seemed like it happened in the blink of an eye. When it was over, Archbishop Williams had a commanding lead it would not surrender in the Division 4 state semifinal yesterday at Fraser Field in Lynn.
For the first time since the beginning of May, the Fort Atkinson High School baseball team was able to put together back-to-back wins.
After a 4-3 win over Waterford on Thursday, the Blackhawks defeated Elkhorn 6-2 on Saturday at Jones Park to close out the regular season scoring five of its six runs in the first three innings.
ANSONIA-For 40-years Mike Vacca has been a diamond mainstay for the city’s high school baseball program.
On Monday the longtime coach reached a milestone when his captured his 500th victory during their win over Torrington.
JEFFERSON —?The last week has been nothing but ebb and flow for the Jefferson High School baseball team. After losing an uncharacteristic three-straight games, the No. 6 ranked Eagles have rebounded with three consecutive victories.
WHITEWATER — It took the Whitewater High School baseball team a little while to get going on Friday, but the Whippets were able to close out the game against visiting Elkhorn in style.
Whitewater came back from a 4-0 scoreline to score seven unanswered runs in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings and take a 7-4 non-conference win.
WAUPUN — The Jefferson High School baseball team capped off its busiest week going 2-1 in the DeBoer Diamond Classic hosted by Waupun Friday and Saturday.
BELOIT —?Mistakes in close games will cost you, and the Jefferson High School baseball team found that out the hard way Tuesday.
Two crucial errors in a tie ball game allowed No. 4 ranked Beloit Turner to eke out a 2-1 win over the top-ranked Eagles in a showdown of Rock Valley Conference leaders.
WALWORTH — There seems to be nothing stopping Jefferson’s Ian Drays.
The junior infielder/pitcher took his already torrid start to a new level Monday as the reigning Rock Valley North?Player of the Year went 4-for-4 with two singles, a double and a triple, driving in a season-high six runs to lead the top-ranked Jefferson High School baseball team to an 18-1 five-inning RVC crossover win over host Walworth Big Foot.
BETHEL — Another day, another walk-off win for the Bethel High School baseball team.
Just four days after edging New Fairfield with a rally in the bottom of the seventh inning at Hunt Field, the never-say-die Wildcats did it again on Monday, this time topping Masuk 2-1 on Jaxon Millet’s bases-loaded single with two outs in the bottom of the ninth.
The Fort Atkinson High School baseball team was able to battle in its Badger Conference opener on Thursday at Jones Park.
The Blackhawks just couldn’t battle back to a win.
Fort found itself down 6-0 after a five-run second inning from the Red Hawks, and despite scored a combined five runs in the third and fourth, the Blackhawks ultimately fell 7-5.
JEFFERSON — All the state-ranked Jefferson High School baseball team has done in its four games this season is produce runs while limiting opponents to little, or in Tuesday’s case, no runs.
MOUNT?HOREB — The Fort Atkinson High School baseball team couldn’t break up Mount Horeb’s perfect start to the season on Tuesday at Mount Horeb.
The Blackhawks fell 13-5 on the day, allowing all 13 runs in the first five innings.
Alex Johanesen pitched a complete-game five-hitter and John Garizio went 3-for-5 with a home run, a double and four runs batted in as the Brookfield High School baseball team defeated Shepaug 10-5 on Friday at Ted Alex Field in Washington.
The Bethel High School baseball team won back-to-back games to start the season, including Wednesday’s 6-5 triumph over Norwalk in a non-league contest. Kyle Brelling, Stephen Spinella and Tyler Davis handled the pitching duties for the Wildcats, and Brian Ridzik, Jaxon Millet, Liam Ford, Spinella and Steve Smith each drove in a run.
Austin Prep has some unfinished business to take care of this spring.
Having missed out on a Super Eight berth last season, the Cougars reached the Division 3 North semifinals before losing a heartbreaker to Lynnfield.
DANBURY — Last season was certainly a special one for the New Milford High School baseball team, one which included a trip to the South-West Conference title game and the Class LL state semifinals.
DARIEN — The New Fairfield High School baseball team spent the entire preseason working in the gym due to the miserable March weather.
The Rebels finally stepped foot on a real baseball diamond for the first time Wednesday.
SELAH — Everything was going according to plan for the Kittitas High School baseball team Tuesday evening.
The Coyotes had a four-run lead on Selah’s JV squad and were looking like they were going to claim their sixth straight win.
It’s no secret that recent history has not been favorable for the Joel Barlow High School baseball team.
The Falcons have not played in a South-West Conference championship game since the inception of the conference prior to the 1995-96 school year.
1. Eagles soaring; Mustangs rising
Atascocita is one of the highest-ranked baseball teams from Greater Houston, checking in at No. 5 in the Texas High School Baseball Class 6A Top 25 this week.