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Flying Squirrels open with big win

The Richmond Flying Squirrels’ eighth season at The Diamond opened in a big way — a big crowd, big winds, a big home run and a big victory.

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Larry Sanders released by Cleveland Cavaliers

Larry Sanders’ comeback has been put on hold. The former Virginia Commonwealth University center was released Wednesday by the defending NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers.

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Former JFK football standout dies

Richmond has lost one of its former football heroes. Randy L. Crawley, a member of the 1972 Central Region championship team for the John F. Kennedy High School Kougars, died Saturday, March 18, 2017, at age 62.

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6th NCAA crown for UNC

The University of North Carolina’s sixth NCAA basketball championship will be remembered for many things.

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Eliezer Zambrano opens 8th season April 6 with Flying Squirrels

Eliezer Zambrano has become as much a part of Richmond’s baseball scene as peanuts, Cracker Jacks and fireworks lighting up the night above The Diamond.

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Petersburg’s Frank Mason III rakes in the honors

Petersburg’s Frank Mason III is creating a national stir.

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‘6 for Six’

‘6 for Six’ Hampton’s Lady Pirates win sixth MEAC title

Hampton University’s women’s basketball squad has succeeded in meeting its first goal — a quest dubbed “6 for Six.”

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NC Central defeats NSU to win MEAC

Norfolk State University’s up-and-down basketball season ended with a couple of downers. Finishing with a 17-17 record, the Spartans lost 67-59 to North Carolina Central University in the MEAC Tournament final last Saturday at the Norfolk Scope.

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Monacan’s Megan Walker ends high school career as nation’s top player

In her final Monacan High School game, Megan Walker showed she was human — but more importantly that she was great.

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Norcom High senior, Travis Ingram, is first player on 4 championship teams

Travis Ingram has enjoyed an unforgettable basketball career at I.C. Norcom High School of Portsmouth.

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