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    This week's Sightings are about clouds and light, but you can decide for yourself what is in this photo.

    Fort Ann scored five runs in the bottom of the seventh beat Ticonderoga 12-11 in the high school softball opener for both teams at the Adirondack Sports Complex.

    Markquis Nowell broke the NCAA Tournament record for assists in a game with 19, his last two on spectacular passes in the final minute of overtime, and Kansas State beat Michigan State 98-93 in a Sweet 16 thriller at Madison Square Garden. Playing in his hometown and fighting through a second-half ankle injury, Nowell found Keyontae Johnson for a reverse alley-oop with 58 seconds left in OT to give the Wildcats  the lead for good. Plus more news from the NCAA Tournament on Thursday.


    Darren Waller had just returned from his honeymoon with Las Vegas Aces star Kelsey Plum when the Raiders traded him across the country to the New York Giants. Welcome to married life as a professional athlete. Waller’s journey to NFL stardom has been complicated. Plus news from around the NFL on Thursday.

    TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Former Alabama quarterback Bryce Young had the full attention of the NFL at the school’s Pro Day on Thursday. All 32 teams were present, with 12 general managers and 10 head coaches on hand. Young, who didn’t throw at the NFL scouting combine, was sharp and accurate during his scripted workout. He had one deep ball hit the top of the indoor facility, but he rebounded nicely. ...

    STANFORD, Calif. — Fifteen years ago, the 49ers opened free agency in grand fashion, whisking Justin Smith on a helicopter tour around the Bay Area before the defensive tackle downed beers all night with his future defensive coordinator. John Lynch chuckled Wednesday when asked of the 49ers’ courting process for this year’s top target: another defensive tackle, Javon Hargrave. There wasn’t ...

    PITTSBURGH — The San Francisco 49ers' desperate quarterback situation last season almost brought Ben Roethlisberger back to the NFL. In speaking with 105.9 The X host Mark Madden on Tuesday, the Steelers' future Hall of Fame signal caller said he was contacted by the NFC West power after injuries to Trey Lance and Garoppolo left an apparent void behind center. "They called to gauge interest, ...

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