High school sports schedules for May 2, 2022

By: Tribune-Review Sunday, May 1, 2022 | 10:20 PM High schools Baseball Monday’s schedule Class 6A Section 1 Allderdice at Central Catholic, 3:30 pm North Allegheny at Pine-Richland, 4 pm Seneca Valley at Butler, 7:30 pm Section 2 Canon-McMillan at Baldwin, 4 pm Mt. Lebanon at Upper St. Clair, 7 pm Norwin at Hempfield, 4:15 … Read more

2022 NFL undrafted free agent tracker: Falcons sign Titans coach Mike Vrabel’s son, Eagles sign Carson Strong

The 2022 NFL Draft has ended, with 262 players hearing their names called over the past three days. But for those players who didn’t hear their names called, hope is not lost. Shortly after the draft concluded, teams quickly began reaching out to the best college players still available. Many future NFL stars began their … Read more

House passes compromise sports gambling legislation; bill’s fate rests with Senate

TOPEKA — The Kansas House approved a compromise bill Thursday creating opportunities for tribal or state-owned casinos to engage in the business of online and in-person sports betting. The measure would need to be adopted by the Kansas Senate before forwarded to Gov. Laura Kelly, who has expressed support for sports gaming in the past. … Read more

Lakers’ front office internally blaming Klutch Sports, LeBron James for Russell Westbrook trade, per report

Getty Images The Los Angeles Lakers entered the 2021-22 NBA season as Western Conference favorites and left it before the postseason even began, and as such, everyone is looking for a scapegoat to blame for their failure. Head coach Frank Vogel, two years removed from winning a championship, was the first major team figure to … Read more

NCAA President Mark Emmert Stepping Down No Later Than 2023 | Sports News

By RALPH D. RUSSO, AP College Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS (AP — NCAA President Mark Emmert is stepping down after 12 tumultuous years) leading an association that has become marginalized while college sports has undergone massive changes and been besieged by political and legal attacks. NCAA Board of Governors Chairman John DeGioia announced the move Tuesday … Read more

Ohio State encourages participation in sports, citing mental health benefits

Ohio State University’s mental health professionals have been focusing on studies that show how mental health can be improved through sport participation. Credit: Zachary Rilly | For the Lantern Ohio State’s mental health professionals have been focusing on studies that show how mental health can be improved through sport participation. According to an Office of … Read more