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STILLWATER, Okla. -- The Oklahoma State University women's basketball coach and his assistant were killed when the single-engine plane they were in during a recruiting trip crashed in steep terrain in Arkansas, the university said Friday.


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SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Longtime Syracuse assistant basketball coach Bernie Fine was placed on administrative leave Thursday after old child molesting allegations resurfaced, just two weeks after a child sex abuse scandal rocked Penn State.
SAN BERNARDINO - The Cajon High girls' tennis team fell one match short of its goal. It will have to settle for a season that was better than any in school history.
IRVINE - Junior Zoe Katz gave reason to believe Campbell Hall's girls tennis team would avenge its earlier loss this season to University High of Irvine in the postseason rematch Thursday with the Trojans.
Revenge is sweet, as the old adage clearly states, and it was seemingly all the incentive that the West Ranch girls' tennis team needed Thursday. But things didn't go according to plan for the top-seeded Wildcats. Sage Hill, the No.
In the days leading up to the City Section cross country finals, Peyton Cline was in no condition to attend school, let alone compete in a race.
WACO, Texas - When first-year UCLA coach Cori Close asked Rebekah Gardner after the game what she wanted from the rest of her team moving forward, the senior guard responded with one phrase - "box out.
SAN DIEGO (AP)- Xavier Thames scored 12 points, including the winning basket with 1.8 seconds remaining, to give San Diego State a 56-54 victory over USC on Thursday night. Maurice Jones banked in a long three-pointer to tie the score at 54-54 with 6.
FIVE BURNING QUESTIONS 1. Can Alemany succeed in the Southern Section's top division? Yes, but it will not be easy.
No area football team has made a bigger turnaround this season than Birmingham High. The Patriots have gone from 2-8 last season to 8-2 entering their City Section Div. I playoff opener at 7 p.m. today against visiting Arleta (9-1).
The latest accumulation of frequent-flier mileage has been breaking bad for Ian Darke. "Bad Teacher" bad.
Nothing like a little absence from training to churn the David Beckham rumor mill, and it was in full force on Thursday. Asked where Beckham was, Galaxy coach Bruce Arena couldn't resist.
The on-again, off-again relationship between UCLA tight end Joseph Fauria and his quarterbacks once more steamed up Saturday in the Bruins' 31-6 loss at Utah.
USC wide receiver Robert Woods proclaimed himself "good to go" against Oregon on Saturday. Now he only awaits the approval of Trojans coach Lane Kiffin.
When former USC coach Pete Carroll was 41, he famously flashed a choke sign in an NFL game after an opposing kicker missed an extra point. That gives USC coach Lane Kiffin another five years to act like a jerk.
The Kings were ready to put the Ducks away in the third period Thursday night at the Honda Center. The Ducks were ready to rally from a one-goal deficit. The officials were ready to keep watch. The fans were ready to cheer.
NEW YORK - Clayton Kershaw of the Los Angeles Dodgers has won the NL Cy Young Award in a runaway.
UCLA forward Reeves Nelson wasn't gone for long, but he was sure missed. The enigmatic junior was reinstated to the basketball team Wednesday, head coach Ben Howland announced.
At the lowest point of Taylor Embree's senior season, he did not need a coach, he needed a father. He got both. UCLA was trailing by 35 points when Embree was involved in a brawl near halftime of the Bruins' 48-12 loss at Arizona on Oct. 20.
USC coach Lane Kiffin shook things up Wednesday with either a psychological ploy or jarring admission on the eve of the Trojans' big game with No.