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Central Bucks South-Souderton baseball title game moved to 10:30 a.m. Friday; Devon Prep to play at 4:30

Both games are to be played at Penn State’s Medlar Field at Lubrano Park in State College.

Carson Wentz’s contract extension with Eagles gets high marks from teammates and analysts alike

Carson Wentz became one of the highest paid players in the NFL on Thursday, and his teammates seem to be fans.

College rugby sevens: Penn State men and women have strong showing, advance out of pool play

The women’s team went 3-0, beating Navy, Drexel, and Bloomsburg. The men’s team finished 2-0-1, beating Notre Dame and St. Bonaventure, and tying UCLA, 19-19.

Pocono 400: William Byron arrives at familar track with momentum from promising showing in hometown Charlotte

Last year's NASCAR Rookie of the Year arrives at Pocono after a pole position start and ninth-place finish in Charlotte last week.

Raptors beat Bucks in NBA playoffs Game 6, advance to NBA Finals

Toronto will play the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals, which start Thursday at 9 p.m.at the Scotiabank Arena.

Pocono 400: Kyle Larson, fresh off improbable All-Star victory, hopes to break through at ‘Tricky Triangle’

“Pocono is such a unique track, it’s hard to get an idea of how it will be until you get there," said Larson, who finished second at Pocono last June and has three top 10s in his last five races there.

The Arcidiacono clan has become ‘Villanova royalty’ and one of Philly basketball’s first families

Chris Arcidiacono is about to follow in his brother Ryan's footsteps with a basketball scholarship to Villanova. The last two generations of the their family have more than a dozen college athletes.

What you need to know about the 89th Radnor Hunt Races

The weather looks good -- partly sunny and 75 degrees -- for Saturday’s races.

Stotesbury Cup Regatta: What you need to know

Organizers expect 975 boats from 195 schools in the United States and Canada and more than 5,000 competitors and 10,000 spectators over the two days.

New Orleans Pelicans get first pick in NBA Draft Lottery, Sixers’ slim chance at Zion Williamson fizzles out and Kings’ Twitter rejoices

It was the first year in which the NBA’s lottery reform went into effect, with each of the league’s four worst teams having equal odds at the first pick, with the percentage chance for each falling from 25 percent to 14.