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Martin is Walker’s freshman phenom

Jamie Martin has been sunshine in a cloudy season for Maggie Walker Governor’s School basketball. It’s almost unfair. She’s so talented, so savvy, so confident… and she’s only a 14-year-old freshman.

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Pearl Moore made her mark before Clark

With so much national attention going to Iowa basketball sensation Caitlin Clark, let’s not forget Pearl Moore. Long before anyone heard of a three-point basket, and before the NCAA acknowledged women’s sports, Moore was the queen of the court.

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Trojans attract top-notch recruits

One of the most decorated high school football players in Richmond area history will continue to play locally ­ — at Virginia State University.

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Panthers go cold in Indy

NBA superstar Stephen Curry gave Virginian Union University its locker-room pregame speech, but unfortunately he wasn’t allowed to play for VUU.

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Coble honored for longtime work in golf

E. Lee Coble’s lifetime golf achievements have earned national recognition.

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Panthers have wind at their back

It’s not how you start that counts most. It’s how you finish. And with Baltimore beckoning, Virginia Union is putting on a finishing kick.

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One word says it best: ‘Mahomes!’

Chiefs win Super Bowl on Mahomes’ clutch play

Give the man a cape. He’s become the “Superman of the Super Bowl.” Patrick Mahomes now has three Super Bowl MVPs to go with a trio of Super Bowl victories following Kansas City’s 25-22 win over San Francisco on Feb. 11 in Las Vegas.

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Nelson leads Rams’ ‘Bench Bunch’

Basketball championships run in the Nelson family and there is room for more. Jason Nelson Jr. has become a ringleader of VCU’s talented “Bench Bunch” that has spurred the Rams to the threshold of the Atlantic 10’s top perch.

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VUU, VSU stars heading to New Orleans

The football season isn’t quite over for Virginia State and Virginia Union universities.

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NFL broke color line in 1946

Sunday night’s Super Bowl will showcase two franchises with Black players making up some 65% of their rosters.

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