Atlanta Hawks forward Mike Scott, a former star for the University of Virginia, spent some time back home on Saturday evening.
Tides First baseman Travis Ishikawa is one of the reasons Norfolk has the best record in the International League. Sportswrap's Nathan Epstein has the story
Japanese pitcher Tsuyoshi Wada had a rehab start for the Norfolk Tides, and following him was a contingent of media of from Japan. Chris Reckling has the story
Norfolk continued its torrid offensive attack with four home runs in an 8-6 victory over the Lehigh Valley IronPigs Thursday afternoon at Harbor Park.
Nandua high school catcher Hunter Taylor has been tearing it up his senior season. So much so, that he will be attending college baseball powerhouse South
Norfolk sent 13 men to the plate in a nine-run fourth inning, cruising to a 10-1 win over the Lehigh Valley IronPigs Wednesday night at Harbor Park.
Kiara Porter from Yorktown set state records at Tabb high school in the 200m and the 400m. Now a sophomore at VCU, Porter is rewriting the record book at VCU.
The MEAC baseball tournament kicked off this morning out at Norfolk State University.
The Spartans advanced to the championship bracket with a 6-5 win over
Luis Exposito’s bases loaded double highlighted a seven-run eighth inning as the Tides rallied to knock off the Lehigh Valley IronPigs 12-7 in front of 6,258
Kellam high school pitcher Turner Bishop has bounced back from not one, but two torn ACL's in his knee.
But the resilient Bishop has not let the adversity
Matt Kenseth passed Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch with 13 laps to go to win his first Southern 500 on Saturday night.
Meet record-setting track star Michael Cherry, a standout at Oscar Smith high school high school in Chesapeake.
The Woodrow Wilson High School girls soccer team is undefeated in the 2013 season. The team is preparing to play rival Maury High School Thursday.
Ryan Zimmerman and Mark Reynolds are two Hampton Roads baseball players who played their college ball at the University of Virginia before making millions in
Wearing a College of William and Mary cap, Ed Swanson said he felt a bit strange giving his first press conference in over two decades.