Sports Edition News Scaper


Three long shots with a chance to upset Justify in the Preakness Stakes.

Even 1-to-2 morning-line favorites like Justify can be expected to lose a third of the time.

TV and radio listings: May 19.

South River girls, Severna Park boys advance to Md. 4A lacrosse state finals.

Orioles top Red Sox at Fenway to end 13-game road losing streak.

Sidwell Friends sweeps boys’, girls’ DCSAA tennis titles.

‘No timetable’ on Nationals’ Matt Wieters after catcher undergoes hamstring surgery.

Washington will endorse Pedro Severino and Spencer Kieboom, but with their starter out indefinitely, they could probably use some veteran help behind the plate.

Six MLS stadiums to stage 2019 Gold Cup but not Audi Field.

Florida Atlantic denies report it made up a bunch of female athletes to reach Title IX compliance.

The school is calling it a “clerical error,” and claimed in a statement that a Palm Beach Post story was intentionally run "based on knowingly inaccurate data.”

At the NBA draft combine, mystery is more valuable than getting on the court.

Who scrimmages and who doesn’t reveals the strata of prospects and complicated nuances of the pre-draft evaluation process.

U.S. Olympic hero Matt Hamilton uses curling gold medal as golf ball marker.

‘Bachelorette’ field of suitors includes two NFL hunks — and a sportswriter.

Smith’s third-period goal lifts Vegas to 3-2 win over Jets.

The Vegas Golden Knights were a 500-to-1 long shot to win the Stanley Cup before the NHL season began in October. Their surprisingly successful inaugural season is still rolling along, and they’re one win from a berth to the Stanley Cup final.

Nick Markakis, Ozzie Albies could get Braves back to the playoffs sooner than expected.

This Atlanta Braves were not supposed to be this competitive in 2018, but they appear likely to stick around.

Preakness Stakes 2018: Everything you need to know.

Get ready for the 143rd edition of the Triple Crown's second leg by learning who is favored, who are the best bets and seeing if the rain will ever let up.

In Cavaliers-Celtics, a tale of two coaches: Scorn for Tyronn Lue, praise for Brad Stevens.

Cleveland's coach is easily the most second guessed among his elite peers, a fact that's become magnified thanks to his team's Eastern Conference finals deficit.

The Capitals’ overachieving year threatens, again, to end in doom and gloom.

After losing two straight to Tampa Bay at home, Washington could still win what’s now a best-of-three series, but then there’s the harsh reality of the franchise’s history.