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  • By Jon Buzby jonbuzby@hotmail.com
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Delaware might not be well known for the sport of ice hockey, but now it can call itself home of a national championship ice hockey team.

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  • By Jon Buzby jonbuzby@hotmail.com
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Newark High School’s Jarod Wilson graduated last May as one of the most decorated track-and-field athletes in school history. During his four years as a varsity runner, he earned 11 letters and set school records in seven different events, as well as the state indoor record in the 800-meter.…

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  • By Josh Shannon and Jon Buzby
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Newark High School officials have tapped Barry Zehnder, a former player and assistant coach for the Yellowjackets, to take over as head football coach.

  • By Jon Buzby
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Division 1 athletic directors have to have a firm understanding of their school, its students, the athletes, coaches, donors and alumni. But at the University of Delaware, the athletic director must also understand the people who reside up and down the First State (i.e. above and below the c…

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  • By Jon Buzby jonbuzby@hotmail.com
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Newark High’s boys basketball team opened up the state tournament in winning fashion, traveling to Cape Henlopen on March 2 and upsetting the 13th-seeded Vikings 57-42 behind sophomore Mike Drumgo-Sharpe’s 30 points.

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  • By Jon Buzby jonbuzby@hotmail.com
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Alexis Bedford knew that defending her Blue Hen Conference diving title wasn’t a given. But the Newark junior made sure to capture one on Feb. 6 at McKean High School by piling up 212.50 points to break her own meet record set last year.

  • By Jon Buzby jonbuzby@hotmail.com
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I see it at the beginning of every youth sports season, no matter what the sport. At least one child on every team shows up with the wrong equipment or, in some cases, no equipment at all.

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  • By Jon Buzby jonbuzby@hotmail.com
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Hodgson girls basketball coach Chris Jones won his 200th game on Jan. 7 when the Silver Eagles defeated Glasgow 62-28.