Friday, March 7, 2014
Former Greely standout will skate for Providence
Ted Hart, a former Greely High star, verbally committed to attend Providence College.
Hart transferred to Phillips Exeter Academy for the current school year after helping Greely win back-to-back Class B state championships. He still has one more year of eligibility remaining at Phillips Exeter.
Hart, a forward, will follow in the footsteps of older brother Kevin, a senior defenseman at Providence. Another brother, Brian, is a sophomore forward at Harvard.
GIRLS. BASKETBALL: Maggie DuChene scored 18 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead Berwick Academy (8-1, 6-0 Eastern Independent League) over Lexington Christian Academy (5-2) at Lexington, Mass.
Lexington opened the game with a 9-2 run but Berwick took the lead by halftime. Berwick came out strong in the second half and led by as many as 20.
MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER: Oscar Pareja returned to FC Dallas as coach, leaving rival Colorado Rapids after two seasons.
Colorado received the second of Dallas’ two first-round picks in the 2015 MLS SuperDraft, allocation money and a contract buyout as compensation.
NCAA: Maryland senior forward Patrick Mullins became the seventh back-to-back Hermann Trophy winner as the best player in Division I, and Virginia junior midfielder Morgan Brian took the women’s award during ceremonies in St. Louis.
SONY OPEN: Brian Stuard carded a second straight 5-under 65 in Oahu, Hawaii, good for a one-shot lead over Marc Leishman of Australia.
DAKAR RALLY: Three deaths overshadowed the sixth leg in Salta, Argentina, as the race claimed the life of Belgian motorcyclist Eric Palante and two spectators who were following the event.
Nani Roma of Spain kept the overall lead in cars despite finishing sixth in the stage, and fellow Spaniard Marc Coma stayed on top in bikes after taking second on the stage from Tucuman to Salta in northern Argentina.
GRAND PRIX: Bobby Brown and Keri Herman won a weathered-shortened skiing slopestyle event at Breckenridge. Colo.
Given the heavy snow and low visibility, the race jury decided to cancel the final Friday, making the qualifying marks the official results in accordance to FIS freestyle rules. Brown and Herman were anointed the winners as they try to make the U.S. Olympic team.
HOBART INTERNATIONAL: Qualifier Garbine Muguruza of Spain defeated Klara Zakapalova of the Czech Republic 6-4, 6-0 in Melbourne, Australia, to win her first WTA singles title.
U.S. FIGURE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS: World champions Meryl Davis and Charlie White are well on their way to a record sixth straight ice dance national title, having broken their own record with 80.69 points in the short dance in Boston, more than seven points ahead of Madison Chock and Evan Bates, last year’s runners-up.
Siblings Maia and Alex Shibutani were third with 68.00 in a repeat of the final standings in 2013. The top three teams make the Olympics. The free dance is Saturday.
- From staff and news services