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Perhaps the most recognizable Navy football player of the past decade was right at home last week, moving quickly around the Midshipmens practice fields.
Ville Leino scored 4:43 into overtime and Brian Boucher's return in yet another relief appearance sparked the Philadelphia Flyers to force Game 7 in their first-round playoff series against the Buffalo Sabres.
Brandt Snedeker rallied from six shots behind and beat Luke Donald in a playoff in The Heritage to deny the Englishman the No. 1 ranking Sunday.
With a 23-59 season in the books, Wizards general manager Ernie Grunfeld is beginning to reshape the team for next year, but he is taking a few positives from the lessons learned this year.
The Memphis Grizzlies are happy to be back home, sleeping in their own beds after splitting the first two games of their playoff series with the San Antonio Spurs.
Catherine Taggart-Ross is looking to buy Capitals playoff tickets for her family and a jersey for herself. She has been a hockey fan for about a month, and it's all because of the Caps.
Some fans didn't even see the ball land in the new green bleachers behind the right-field wall at Virginia's Davenport Field, their backs turned as they trudged up the stairs to the grandstand concourse on the way to their cars.
Navy football coach Ken Niumatalolo signed a long-term contract yesterday. Details of the deal were not released.
Danny Hultzen was up in the count 3-1 with the bases loaded Wednesday against Richmond when saw a fastball over the plate and knocked it toward left-center. Center fielder Robby Massar slipped, and the ball rolled to the wall with Hultzen in a dead sprint.