Philip Tarver just might be the most reasonable sportsman in the area.
He’s never out to get a limit whether it be hunting or fishing. And, he’s not one to delve on what score he might shoot on a golf course.
It’s getting to be time for the annual Lake Area Cup matches and Mallard Cove head pro Derek Smith announced the event will be played Nov. 12-13.
The 18-hole opening round will be played at The National in Westlake and the following day the final round will take place at Gray Plantation.
AUBURN, Ala. — Welcome to summer camp football.
Both teams got to celebrate.
Which big school athlete had the biggest performance in Week 4?
TN: Sulphur RB J’Cobi Skinner had his second 250-plus-rushing-yard performance as the Tors snuck by Comeaux in their District 3-5A opener. He added three touchdowns to this week’s performance, a season high for the senior who has emerged as one of the area’s best backs.
AUBURN, Ala. — LSU got 15 free yards, but also quite a scare early in the second quarter when quarterback Danny Etling took a big hit on a quarterback draw and had to leave.
After a replay review, officials determined that Tre’ Williams had led with the crown of his helmet while making the play, earning him an ejection and a 15-yard penalty.
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Mets fans can buy a few jerseys featuring names of players in the team's instructional league.
Cespedes jerseys, they're big sellers.
Cone jerseys, available as throwbacks.
ORANGE, Calif. — Former NASCAR driver Robby Gordon expressed disbelief Thursday as police investigated the deaths of his father and stepmother, whose bodies were found inside their Southern California home.
"I'm so sad and I can't believe it," the racing star told reporters near the gated house in the city of Orange where police
Ryan Lochte lost three major sponsors when swimsuit company Speedo USA, clothing giant Ralph Lauren and skin-care firm Syneron-Candela
RIO DE JANEIRO — Simone Biles closed her Rio Games with more gymnastics gold. Usain Bolt breezed through another sprint as he makes a run at one final Olympic title in his favorite race.
Bolt easily won a qualifying race
RIO DE JANEIRO — Simone Biles felt her right foot slip. Then her left.
As she reached down to steady herself on the balance beam — her first visible misstep during an astonishing Olympics that includes three gold medals and some of the most boundary pushing gymnastics ever — one thought ran through her head.