Kyrie Irving exploded in the second half for 24 of his team-high 28 points in the Cavaliers' victory over Chicago. He also had seven assists. COLUMBUS, Ohio – Cavaliers head coach David Blatt said he wanted to treat tonight's game against the Bulls like it were a regular-season game. It sure felt like one. LeBron James tried to downplay the rivalry […]
LeBron James scored 18 points and teased a matchup against Chicago's red-hot Derrick Rose in the fourth quarter. COLUMBUS, Ohio -- For the first time this preseason, LeBron James was on the floor in the fourth quarter. Unfortunately for a packed Value City Arena, when he exited the game with about six minutes left, Chicago's Derrick Rose passed him […]
Brian Hoyer was off the mark against the Jaguars and admitted he hurried his throws because he was worried about taking a sack. BEREA, Ohio -- Quarterback Brian Hoyer, coming off his worst game as a Brown, admitted that the Jaguars' sack total got into head and he rushed his throws during much of the Browns 24-6 loss. "They were second in the leagu […]
The Fifth Quarter podcast was joined by St. Ignatius coach Chuck Kyle and Walsh Jesuit coach Gerry Rardin The Fifth Quarter podcast was joined by St. Ignatius coach Chuck Kyle and Walsh Jesuit coach Gerry Rardin […]
Kansas City has won eight straight games on the way to its first World Series appearances since 1985. San Francisco, their opponent, will be appearing in the Fall Classic for the third time in the last five years. CLEVELAND, Ohio – It's unclear if there will be wild times at the World Series this year, but for the first in 14 years there will be two wil […]
9/11 and the Healing Impact of Sports on 11 September 2014 by digitalsportsnews It is hard to find anyone who doesn’t remember where he or she was when two jumbo jets struck the World Trade Center in New York City on September 11, 2001, bringing a collective shock to the country and the world. How could this happen? Who would commit such a devastating act? These questions and many more rocked communities far and wide and eleven years later, the effects, the trauma, and the [...]
As football season approaches, remember to stay hydrated! on 24 July 2014 by digitalsportsnews It can’t be said enough how critical it is for high school athletes to be thoroughly tested for any preexisting medical conditions that may inhibit them from participating in a sport. Too often have athletes been given the “green light” to participate in a sport when, in actuality, they were never physically fit to begin with.
An athlete’s health is to be the number one priority for bot [...]
DigitalSports Internship Mission! (Due 6/14) on 3 June 2014 by digitalsportsnews Intern Mission: Interview sports radio host or program manager!
(Due Date: Saturday, 6/14/14)
For our next DigitalSports Internship Mission, we are asking student journalists to interview a local sports radio host or program manager.
Understanding what goes into a sports talk radio show is a valuable lesson for anyone who wants to pursue a career in the sports indust [...]
DigitalSports Internship Task! (Due 5/31) on 27 May 2014 by digitalsportsnews Best Memories!
(Due Date: Saturday, 5/31/14)
Due to the holiday and short week, there will not be a DigitalSports Internship Mission. Instead, we want you to put together a short piece on your best memories for this shcool year. In as many words as you'd like, tell us what separated this year from any other year in terms of special moments. You can write about the school's sports teams [...]