In viewing the ongoing Stanley Cup playoffs, it’s hard not to notice Pierre-Edouard Bellemare because he is the only Black player on either team.
The NBA’s Charlotte Hornets are taking on a Richmond look.
The Waltons, heirs to the Walmart fortune and America’s richest family, have won the bidding to purchase the Denver Broncos in the most expensive deal for a sports franchise anywhere in the world.
Virginia State University will have a new football coach and a new football field to start the 2022 season.
Richmonders may recall Darvin Ham. As a member of the Texas Tech Red Raiders in March, 1996, Ham demonstrated the most emphatic slam dunk in the annals of the Richmond Coliseum.
For the first time in a long time, Virginia State University will have a new head women’s basketball coach on the sidelines.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels are in the midst of a six-game Eastern League series at The Diamond. They are taking on the Erie Seawolves, the Class AA affiliate of the Detroit Tigers.
Bobby Dandridge is coming home.
CIAA basketball fans will become more acquainted with downtown Baltimore and its Inner Harbor.
American teenager Coco Gauff rose to a career-best No. 13 in the WTA rankings on Monday after her runner-up finish to No. 1 Iga Swiatek at the French Open.
If Steph Curry is the Golden State Warriors’ good luck charm on the floor, then Kendrick Lamar may be the team’s four-leaf clover off it.
The Metropolitan Junior Baseball League (MJBL) will open its 56th season 9:45 a.m. Saturday, June 4, at Hotchkiss Field, 701 E. Brookland Park Blvd.
Three John Marshall High basketball athletes are taking their jump shots to the next level.
The Bertimon twins prove you don’t have to be born in America to become All-Americans.
Carl Edward Peal, perhaps known best as being Moses Malone’s basketball coach at Petersburg High School, died Thursday, May 16, 2022. He was 94 and living in Richmond.