John Marshall High’s basketball Justices likely held a winning hand without any outside help this season.
Lusia Harris, the only woman ever drafted by an NBA team, has died. Mrs. Harris was 66 and residing in Greenwood, Miss.
Protecting quarterback Joe Burrow is a top priority for the Cincinnati Bengals. That’s where Quinton Spain comes in.
Colleges and universities throughout America, particularly in Virginia, have long played musical chairs, and the game is far from over.
As sure bets go, Joe Bryant at the foul line is about as close as you’ll find.
Minus any roar of the crowd or stomping feet, Virginia Union University made all the noise it needed in last Saturday’s game against Virginia State University, swishing balls through the nets.
Bodybuilder Chris Dickerson, the first Black Mr. America and Mr. Olympia, died Thursday, Dec. 23, 2021, in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mr. Dickerson was 82 and died of heart failure.
The tide has turned, at least temporarily, in the women’s basketball rivalry between Virginia Union University and Virginia State University.
Most 17-year-old baseball players are looking forward to their junior or senior season of high school play.
Herschel Walker was the freshman sensation in 1980 when the University of Georgia won the national college football title.
If the NFL were to throw a party today for its Black head coaches, just one invitation would be sent.
Coach Deion Sanders is going to need to clear more room in his family trophy case.
Andre McCallum Jr. is only 13 and already shares rights to the title of “King of the Ring Jr.”
Coming out of high school, Robert Osborne and Keleaf Tate took the sce- nic route in arriving at Virginia Union University.
The NFL’s premier ball carrier has a former Virginia Commonwealth University Ram helping to clear his runways to first downs and touchdowns.