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Both Imperial Esports and Evil Geniuses Black pulled off comeback victories in quarterfinal play on Friday to set up a head-to-head semifinal matchup at the BLAST Premier: Spring American Showdown 2023. Imperial defeated Complexity Gaming 2-1 and the Geniuses ousted FURIA Esports by the same score. The $67,500 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament began Wednesday and […]

A century after its brief popularity in Chicagoland high schools, water polo was added to the roster of Kenwood Academy varsity sports sometime in the mid-2000s. The program fizzled within a few years but was resuscitated in 2021, making Kenwood one of the few South Side schools to carry on the sport. A few weeks […]

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Tensions erupted Friday as the majority-white and Republican-controlled Mississippi House passed the final version of a bill to expand the territory of a state-run police department inside the capital city of Jackson, which is majority-Black and governed by Democrats. Supporters say the proposal is intended to increase safety in the city […]

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A round-robin questionnaire on the best basketball game that you’ve ever experienced in-person on the first day of class. Course materials like Kendrick Lamar’s untitled unmastered album and the film Space Jam. Delving into the philosophy of basketball as one of the last free communal spaces in the world and how it’s an “antidote to […]

Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews has missed the last 27 games after dealing with Long COVID and Chronic Immune Response Syndrome, which forced him to miss the entire 2020-21 season. On Saturday, he is expected to make his return to the lineup — sooner than expected. Part of the reason he’s pushing to return this season is that […]

Kobe Bryant approached every aspect of his life with a laser focus, from his training regimen to his on-court performance, and he was relentless in his pursuit of excellence. One example of Kobe‘s work ethic was his commitment to his physical fitness. He was known for his rigorous training regimen, which included hours of practice, […]

The Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) and the Black College Sports Network (BSCN) have reached an agreement that will feature 2023 Cricket SIAC track and field, baseball, and softball championship events. “We are delighted in BCSN’s willingness to spotlight our talented student-athletes and member institutions and their continued support of SIAC programs,” said SIAC Commissioner […]

Hall of Famer Lisa Leslie is one of the greatest basketball players ever. She began her illustrious professional career at Morningside High School in Inglewood, California, where she scored a record 101 points in a single game. As a collegiate phenom at the University of Southern California (USC), she won the Naismith College Player of […]

Story Links SAN DIEGO – San Diego State women’s tennis hits the road for the second week in a row this weekend to take on Utah State and Boise State. The Aztecs will face Utah State on Saturday at 9 a.m. PT, before playing Boise State on Sunday at 1 p.m. PT. Both […]

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