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Big Ten Changes Course, Will Play Fall Football After All
By RALPH D. RUSSO AP College Football Writer Big Ten is going to give fall football a shot after all. Less than five weeks after pushing football and other fall sports to spring in the name of player safety during the pandemic, the conference changed course Wednesday and said it plans to begin its season […]
Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association Votes to Begin Fall Sports on September 28th
The Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association (D.I.A.A.) has voted to begin the fall sports season on Sept. 28. With 12 votes in favor, two votes in opposition, one recusal, and two members choosing to not cast a vote the board of directors approved the plan to move forward with the proposed fall sports schedule.
Governors Challenge Will Take Place in 2020 Without Fans
SALISBURY, Md.- The Governors Challenge Basketball Challenge is set to return for its 40th anniversary this December. In addition to a modified team tournament, organizers will introduce Governors Challenge Select, an elite basketball experience designed for the individual athlete. Because of the uncertainty of public high school sports in the different states this years’s event […]
- Big Ten Changes Course, Will Play Fall Football After All
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Judge Eyes Ruling Over Law Allowing Universal Voting by Mail
A Delaware judge is weighing a request by the state Republican Party to declare a new law allowing universal voting by mail in this year’s elections unconstitutional.
H2Oi Revs Up in Ocean City
The unsanctioned car rally event H2Oi is starting to ramp up in Ocean City. In years past, drivers, with their the souped up cars, have caused some chaos in the resort town. Now, the town is bracing for what could be another weekend of problems.
20th Annual National EMS Memorial Bike Ride Held Virtually
The 20th annual National EMS Memorial Bike Ride is one of many events that went virtual in 2020 due to COVID-19. The ride honors EMS professionals who have passed away, regardless or the circumstance. 61 are honored in 2020.
- Judge Eyes Ruling Over Law Allowing Universal Voting by Mail