The white-haired trainer has the probable favorite in either undefeated Dortmund or American Pharoah, giving him a double shot at winning America's greatest race for the fourth time.
Marshall University football coach Doc Holliday's opinion counts. Thundering Herd football fans, who are asked to plunk down their money, also count.
Here are the details on area bowling leagues.
HUNTINGTON - Harold Sparkman bowled a perfect game Monday in the C-K Independent League at Colonial Lanes. The 300 was the first of his career. He added games of 254 and 234 for a 788 series. || 0426_bowling brief || HUNTINGTONHarold Sparkman rolled a perfect game M
The pressure for the upcoming NFL Draft is as much on team decision makers as it is on the players hoping to build a career in professional football.
Marshall University football coaches and players all learned a valuable lesson Saturday afternoon.
Brooke Bellomy wanted to make her senior season a bounce back year in golf at Campbell University in Buies Creek, N.C.
Kerns makes deuce on par 5 at Esquire CC
BARBOURSVILLE - James Kerns made a double eagle Friday on the third hole at Esquire Country Club. He recorded the albatross with a driver and then holed his second shot with a rescue club on the 488-yard par five. Brad Maynard, Stewart Varney, Hal White and Randy Hunt were in the group and witnessed the shot. || 0426_golf brief || BARBOURSVILLEJames Kerns made a double eagle Frid
PHILADELPHIA - Marshall's 4x200 relay team got some air time Saturday on national TV.
Kametra Byrd, Shanice Johnson, Naja Greer and Isatu Fofanah competed in the 4x200 Championship of America Invitational in the Penn Relays televised by NBC Sports Network. The four turned in a school-record time 1:36.49, but came in ninth. They won their heat Friday (1:37.71). UTech won the race (1:30.80). Texas A&M was second followed by LSU, Duke, G.C. Foster, Penn State, Indiana Tech and Northern Illinois.