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Rangers Blanked By Washington

In Hockey by Aly Riley

With the Stanley Cup Playoffs just one week away, the New York Rangers wanted to have a good showing and end their season series against the Washington Capitals strong, but it was going to be a challenge with some key play makers out such as Mats Zuccarello, Rick Nash, and Brady Skjei. Unfortunately, time was not on the Blueshirts’ side …

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Tony Romo Leaving Football, Staying on Television

In Football by Ashleigh Binder

One of the most criticized and possibly under appreciated players over the past decade has announced he will be stepping away from football.  Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo announced that he would be stepping away from the game.  ESPN is reporting that after only playing in five games this past season, it would be best for his health and his …

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Yankees Lose Sixth Straight Opener

In Baseball by Aly Riley

After going an incredible 24-9-1 in spring training play, the New York Yankees were ready for the 2017 season with their core of young studs as well as new veterans including Matt Holliday and Chris Carter. They kicked off the new year down in St. Petersburg to take on Evan Longoria and the Tampa Bay Rays. Masahiro Tanaka and Chris …

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Itty Bitty Comes up BIG in Semi-Final Overtime

In Basketball, College Sports by Karintha Styles

One shot. One shot, that can bring down Goliath.  One shot ends a NCAA Championship run, one shot ends a mind-boggling streak.  One shot puts your team into the NCAA Championship game.  If someone told you one person made that ONE SHOT as time expired who would you say it was, Jordan, Kobe, Curry, Magic, Bird? Those are all great …

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Home Struggles Continue for the Rangers

In Hockey by Aly Riley

The New York Rangers have not won a home game since February 19th when they played the Washington Capitals.  Trying to break that nasty streak, they welcomed the defending Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins to MSG on Friday night. Unfortunately, luck was not on the Blueshirts’ side as they fell 4-3 in a shootout. The team was without defenseman and captain …

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Mississippi State Takes on UConn in a David vs. Goliath Battle

In Basketball, College Sports by Karintha Styles

Mississippi St takes on defending champ UConn and their 111-win streak at 9;30 CST from Dallas in the second game of the women’s Final Four.  Most people already have UConn pouring champagne, or sparkling cider, in the locker room Sunday night. Not so fast.  Just last weekend the experts started breaking down the Final Four matchup between Baylor and UConn …

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Stanford vs. South Carolina Preview

In Basketball, College Sports by Karintha Styles

No. 2 Stanford vs No. 1 South Carolina It’s a good year to be a ball player in a South Carolina Gamecock uniform. Both the men and women’s basketball teams have played their way into the Final Four. Forget the luck of the Irish, 2017 is all about the luck of the Gamecock. In 2016, it was Syracuse earning a …

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Rangers Clinch A Postseason Berth

In Hockey by Aly Riley

The New York Rangers needed just one point to clinch a spot in the 2017 Stanley Cup playoffs and with a win over the San Jose Sharks on Tuesday night, they could do just that. It was an up and down kind of game, but that point would eventually come and the Rangers would secure their spot. The game started …

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SportsAsToldByAGirl Spotlight: NWHL

In Gossip by Rebecca Mills

This week’s spotlight is a more in depth look at the NWHL, the National Women’s Hockey League. Since being formed in 2015, the league has become the gold standard for almost all leagues and has made more progress in its short existence than others which have been around for decades. The NWHL might have started off as a passion project …

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Henrik Lundqvist Looks Rusty in Return to Ice

In Hockey by Aly Riley

The New York Rangers were just two points away from clinching a postseason spot and they could have achieved that feat if they defeated the Anaheim Ducks on Sunday. Unfortunately, that was not the case as Anaheim got the best of New York and won, 6-3, at Honda Center. Rick Nash opened the scoring for New York, and he now …