Catonsville High winter sports All-Decade teams

Andreas Milano

The Catonsville High girls basketball and wrestling teams enjoyed the most success during the past decade and each finely-tuned machine had the same leadership at the top.

That included head coach Mike Mohler for the Comet girls and coach Eric Warm guided the grapplers.

Mohler earned his 500th career high school victory during the 2017 playoffs when the Comets went on to win the state championship. He continued to pile up the victories when the Comets made the state title game again in 2018, but they lost in the state finals.

Warm led the Comets to a perfect 14-0 dual-meet

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England get Pope boost but Crawley a doubt after freak injury

Andreas Milano

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – England welcomed back a fit-again Ollie Pope on Wednesday after he recovered from a shoulder injury but the tourists’ batting consultant Jonathan Trott said batsman Zak Crawley’s participation is in doubt after he injured his wrist.

FILE PHOTO: Cricket – First Test – England v Pakistan – Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester, Britain – August 8, 2020 England’s Ollie Pope in action, as play resumes behind closed doors following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Dan Mullan/Pool via REUTERS/File photo

“Zak Crawley did not train today at England’s practice session in Chennai. He slipped outside the

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South Africa in a spin over fitness of key duo

Andreas Milano

(Reuters) – South Africa are sweating over the fitness of their two frontline spinners Keshav Maharaj and Tabraiz Shamsi ahead of the second test against Pakistan that starts in Rawalpindi on Thursday.

Maharaj had a scan on a rib injury this week, while Tabraiz Shamsi missed the first test with back pain and is still touch-and-go, coach Mark Boucher said.

“Kesh is a concern because he flared up at practice yesterday (Tuesday),” Boucher told reporters on Wednesday.

“During a session, he turned around and felt some sort of pain in his rib area. He then went for scans, which showed

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Former UFC Champ Chris Weidman Details Impact of COVID-19; Lost 12 Pounds | Bleacher Report

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UFC fighter Chris Weidman provided details of what he went through after recently being diagnosed with COVID-19. 

Speaking to Submission Radio (h/t TMZ Sports) in an interview posted Wednesday, Weidman said the “first couple of days definitely sucked pretty bad.”

Weidman also noted that he “lost 12 pounds” because he couldn’t eat properly:

“For about three days I had a fever, body aches, bad headache, and it just kind of sucked. And, then after that, I just kind of felt tired. … I also lost 12 pounds. I was eating soups and stuff. My appetite

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Zdeno Chara’s ’30 feet tall’ hockey sticks were accidentally shipped to a man in New Jersey

Andreas Milano

If former Boston Bruins star Zdeno Chara gets a shipment from China for a clothing company instead of his hockey sticks, there’s an easy explanation.

A recent shipment of Chara’s sticks inexplicably ended up in New Jersey, where — according to ESPN — a confused man opened them expecting to find accessories for his clothing company.

Instead, Ariel Ben-Abraham told ESPN, he found hockey sticks “that are like 30 feet tall.”

“This has to take the cake as the strangest thing I’ve gotten by mistake,” Ben-Abraham told ESPN. “Future Hall of Famer’s sticks, for the tallest player in NHL history?

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Huggins Can’t Fathom Team’s Lack of Effort: “It’s a Hard Group to Figure Out”

Andreas Milano

No. 17 West Virginia led 2-10 (0-7) Iowa State by as many as 15 points on Tuesday night but after the Mountaineers got out to that big lead, the Cyclones battled right back and made it a game that would go down to the wire. 

In the first meeting between these two teams, it took a 6-0 West Virginia run at the end for the Mountaineers to come out on top. Then last night, it came down to Gabe Osabuohien jarring a loose ball on a collision with six seconds left to give West Virginia the ball at the free-throw

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