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As Dick’s Sporting Goods pulls guns from shelves, retail industry asks whether firearms are still sporting goods.

Photos: Poly 69, Reservoir 41.

Reservoir’s run ends with a loss to Baltimore Polytechnic in Md. 3A final.

Gators finished third in Howard County before streaking into state title game, but the magic runs out in a 69-41 loss to the Engineers.



A reporter wouldn’t hype Bradley University’s ‘brand,’ so it pulled his basketball credential.

Calgary Flames are the team to beat in the West.

The team’s offense took a few nights off this month, resulting in a four-game losing streak, but everything seems to be back on track.



Photos: C.H. Flowers 57, Old Mill 42.

Images from the Jaguras’ Maryland 4A girls’ basketball championship victory over the Patriots.



Girls’ basketball: C.H. Flowers’ relentless effort pushes it to 4A championship over Old Mill.

Girls’ basketball: River Hill streaks to second state championship.

The Hawks won their final 15 games, including a 44-39 victory over Middletown in the Maryland 2A title game Saturday at Towson.



Photos: River Hill 44, Middletown 39.

Nationals see Wilmer Difo as a ‘super utility’ player. Injuries could make that a critical role..

Tennessee storms past Kentucky, will play Auburn in SEC tournament final.

The perfect bracket: the insanity behind March Madness.

The beloved NCAA tournament captivates millions year after year, but it’s the bracket that really gets people talking.



Feeling shaky about Gonzaga in the NCAA tournament? Remember, no program is more solid..

For as much as Mark Few’s program has done to establish itself as a perennial power, it is still judged too critically by a single loss in its mid-major conference.



Vermont, N.C. Central join the list of NCAA tournament teams.

March Madness bracket projection and today’s games to watch.

The chaos factor has been tamped down on the NCAA tournament bubble a day before Selection Sunday, but there are plenty of games that will shape the field.



When you’re Colgate, there’s only one Adonal Foyle, and no shortcuts back to March Madness.

Coach Matt Langel hunted high and low for the hidden gems that got the Raiders to their first NCAA tournament since a future NBA player led them there in 1996.