Jupiter Christian Eagles look to continue success
JUPITER, Fla. -- After winning back-to-back state titles in 2007 and 2008, expectations for the Jupiter Christian football team are always high. This year is no different as the Eagles look to replace some very talented kids.
Thursday, May 10 2012, 10:01 PM EDT
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BALTIMORE (AP) -- The Preakness, the second leg of the horse racing Triple Crown, is being contested today.
All eyes will be on Orb, the 3-year-old winner of the Kentucky Derby. A victory would set the scene for a Triple Crown run in the Belmont on June 9. The opposition is pretty thin for Orb as just eight other horses are entered in today's race. The colt will start the race on the inside from the No. 1 post position. Orb is the even-money favorite.
The forecast calls for a high in the low 70's with a chance of rain.
UNDATED (AP) -- New York forced a sixth game in its best-of-seven NBA Eastern Conference semifinal with Indiana with an 85-75 win Thursday night. That sixth game will be played tonight in Indianapolis as the Pacers look to close the series out. Part of Indiana's problems in that Game 5 loss was the fact they turned the ball over 19 times.
The series winner will advance to the conference final against defending league champion Miami. The first game in that series will be Wednesday in Miami.
UNDATED (AP) -- The Detroit-Chicago NHL Western Conference semifinal is now tied at 1-1 as the Red Wings beat the Blackhawks in game 2, 4-1. Patrick Kane gave Chicago a 1-0 first period lead before Damien Brunner and Brendan Smith scored in the second period. The Red Wings now have a chance to take the lead when this series between Original Six rivals shifts to Detroit for Game 3 on Monday.
Coming up tonight in San Jose, defending league champion Los Angeles is out to take 3-0 lead over the Sharks. The Kings won the first game 2-0 and the second outing 4-3.
Game 4 will be played in San Jose Tuesday night.
UNDATED (AP) -- The Yankees continued their domination of the Blue Jays with a 7-2 win. Robinson Cano (kan-OH') banged out a pair of home runs in the game as the Yankees beat the Jays for the ninth straight time at Yankee Stadium. In nine games played this season between the two teams, the Yankees have now won eight times. The American League Eastern rivals square off again tomorrow with CC Sabathia (suh-BATH'-ee-uh) of the Yankees facing R.A. Dickey.
-- For the second straight day Cleveland walked off with a walk-off win. This time the Indians won with on an infield single in the bottom of the ninth, beating Seattle 5-4. On Friday night Jason Kipnis hit a three-run home run in the bottom of the tenth for a win.
-- The Cubs are all of a sudden a hot team. They beat the Mets 8-2 and have won five of seven. Winning pitcher Scott Feldman pitched shutout ball into the seventh inning and drove in two runs with a two-out double to key the win. Feldman has won four straight decisions.
Coming up tonight, Jordan Zimmerman of the Nationals is looking to become baseball's first eight-game winner. He and the Nats are in San Diego to face the Padres and left-hander Eric Stults. Zimmerman starts the day with a record of 7-1 with an earned run average of just 1.69.
Also tonight Lance Lynn of the Cardinals is looking for his seventh win against just one loss. The cards are home to Milwaukee.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- After a rain delay qualifying has begun for the May 26 Indianapolis 500. On the line are the top 24 positions, as well as the pole. Qualifying will continue tomorrow. The start of the qualifying session was delayed by rain.
The winner of the last IndyCar race was James Hinchcliffe of Andretti Autosports. He took first in the Sao Paulo 300 on May 5 for his second victory of the year.
The winner a year ago was Dario Franchitti (DAH'-ree-oh fran-KEE'-tee)
CONCORD, N.C. (AP) -- Carl Edwards will start from the pole for NASCAR's All-Star race tonight at Charlotte Motor Speedway after posting a qualifying speed of 145.556 mph yesterday. Dale Earnhardt was second in qualifying to earn a spot in the front row, just ahead of Kurt Busch and Greg Biffle.
Martin Truex Jr. took the Sprint Showdown pole at 193.424 mph and is joined on the front row by Jamie McMurray. Juan Pablo Montoya and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. make up Row 2.
The showdown covers 40 laps and 60 miles, while the All-Star race is 90 laps or 135 miles. There are four 20-lap segments followed by a 10-lap finale.
The winners of the four 20-lap segments will line up in positions 1-4 entering the mandatory pit stop before the 10-lap final segment. If there is a repeat segment winner, the second-place finisher will get the spot. Only green-flag laps will count in the final segment.
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Seven-time Pro Bowler Dwight Freeney has agreed to a two-year contract with San Diego. The deal to bring Freeney to the Chargers came four days after outside linebacker Melvin Ingram tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in a padless practice. Freeney is 33 and entering his 12th season. He is the Colts' career sacks leader with 107 1/2.
PGA-BYRON NELSON CHAMPIONSHIP
IRVING, Texas (AP) -- Keegan Bradley remains on top of the leaderboard during the third round of the PGA's Byron Nelson Championship near Dallas. The midway leader is 13-under after 14 holes of play. Tom Gillis and Sang-Moon Bae are tied at 11-under after 14 as well.
- Jupiter historic season ends in state semifinals
- County's best softball players duel in All-Star game
- Jupiter baseball headed to first state tourney
- TKA, West Boca fall, Jupiter advances to States
- American Heritage three-peats as softball champs
- American Heritage wins, TKA falls in softball state semis
- Jupiter, King's Academy baseball move to Regional Final
- Spring football begins for Dwyer and Park Vista
- PB Central knocks off PB Gardens in softball regionals
- Atlantic softball moves on in Regionals
- Cardinal Newman among district semifinal winners
- Hope's homer gives Dwyer win over Wellington
- Jupiter baseball trying to avoid the hype
- HS baseball: Jupiter vs. Palm Beach Gardens
- Boys HS Hoops: Palm Beach Lakes High 52, Royal Palm Beach 43
- Girls HS Hoops: Dwyer 64, Palm Beach Gardens 25
- Girls HS Hoops: Dwyer 67, Boca Raton 41
- National Signing Day round-up
- Athletes sign letters of intent during National Signing Day
- Girls HS Hoops: Dwyer 63, PB Gardens 30
- Burke Bowl Bound
- Shanovia Dove Signs to Play at LIU
- Thursday Night High School Playoffs
- H.S. Blitz: American Heritage vs. Glades Central
- Season 4 of CBS12's Friday Night Blitz begins Friday at 11-pm on CBS 12
- High school football season kicks off Thursday night CBS12 is ready
- American Heritage has a new coach
- Highschool Football Preview: Palm Beach Gardens Gators
- High School Football Preview: Crusaders ready for combat
- High School Football Preview: Bulldogs hit the field
- New state guidlines help student athletes beat the deadly heat
- Dwyer Panthers hungry to return to state title game
- Olypmic Heights takes on Wellington
- Boca Raton Bobcat's spring drills
- Spring Football: Cobras vs. Panthers
- 3A baseball final: Stallions vs. Stallions
- High School football: Bears vs. Hurricanes
- American Heritage faces St. Pete's Catholic.
- Boynton Beach Tigers are focused on starting strong
- Pahokee football team plans to restore lost glory
- Glades Central players determined, loaded with talent
- Eagles vs. Bucs in Palm Beach Gardens
- Spring Preview: Lake Worth Trojans
- Gators look to be 1st Gardens team to win state title
- New Jupiter football coach puts his stamp on the program
- Park Vista Cobras hard at work
- Park Vista athlete survives stroke and keeps running
- Palm Beach Gardens Gators head to state semifinals
- Jupiter Christian Eagles look to continue success
- Suncoast CHargers back on the field with new coach
- Park Vista Cobras vs. Palm Beach Gardens Gators
- Dwyer Panthers hard at work
- Seminole Ridge Hawks are focused
- Flag Football: Cobra vs. Hawks
- Kings Academy Cheerleaders get state championship rings
- High expectations at Cardinal Newman
- New stories coming soon!