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ASHLAND — Ashland High alum Vika O’Brien beat three-time champion McKenzie Hilmer, 6-1, 6-4, to claim the Big Al’s women’s open singles championship Sunday at Hunter Park. In other Big Al’s championship matches, Kylar Tosh beat Austin Schoenlein, 6-2, 7-6, in a battle of unseeded Medford players vying for the men’s open singles title, O’Brien and Ashley Knecht teamed up to win the women’s open doubles championship and Rox Rogers...

Updated at 7:34 PM

All the hype and conversation around the release of

Updated at 6:56 PM

SAN DIEGO — After 7,582 games since 1969, the San Diego Padres still don't have a no-hitter. Edwin Jackson, of all pitchers, was the latest to try to pitch an elusive gem — in his Padres debut, no less. Jackson held San...

Updated at 6:53 PM

Rich Orloff is a New York-based playwright who spent several years learning something young reporters discover early in their careers: There are a lot of people out there with a lot of opinions, and you will notice it’s not uncommon to...

Updated at 5:05 PM

Donald Trump's support among one of the fastest-growing demographics in the country has plunged to one of its lowest points yet.

Updated at 4:15 PM

PORTLAND — Diego Valeri was back at full speed after missing three games because of an ankle injury. Valeri scored his eighth and ninth goals of the season to help the Portland Timbers beat the Seattle Sounders 3-1 on...

Posted at 4:38 PM

Matt Kenseth's winning Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota failed post-race inspection at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Posted at 3:58 PM

Pete Pistone shares some news, notes and observations from a weekend of racing at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Posted at 4:38 PM

Martin Truex Jr. had every right to show some frustration after he saw a potential win escape him due to a broker shifter late in Sunday's New Hampshire 301.

Posted at 3:58 PM

Alex Bowman's day as Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s replacement ended in disappointment after contact caused a tire go down in Sunday's New Hampshire 301.

Posted at 3:43 PM

Tony Stewart continued his strong performance since coming back from injury with a second-place finish Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

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