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  1. The nation's top sprinter, Chalonda Goodman, shares the training ...

    Brian A. Giuffra

    The nation's top sprinter, Chalonda Goodman, shares the training regimen that could ultimately leader her to Olympic Glory

    Story | Conversation | January 15, 2009
  2. 2012 Jordan Brand Classic on ESPN


    The top high school talent in the country will be showcased at the Jordan Brand Classic in Charlotte, N.C. Saturday

    Story | Conversation | April 12, 2012
  3. Mercy (Md.) junior to Shippensburg

    Mike Loveday

    Mercy (Baltimore, Md.) junior Taylor Johnson has given Shippensburg University a verbal commitment to play women's lacrosse. Johnson plays attack for Mercy. E-mail lacrosse editor Mike Loveday at with commitments. Plea...

    Blog | February 27, 2012
  4. Greenwich (Conn.) junior to Denver

    Mike Loveday

    Greenwich (Conn.) junior Emily Johnson has verbally committed to play women's lacrosse for Denver. Johnson plays defense and midfield and plays club lacrosse with the CT Chargers. E-mail lacrosse editor Mike Loveday at ...

    Blog | February 17, 2012
  5. I'm Lovin' It: Great McDonald's All-American Game moments

    Ronnie Flores

    In honor of its 35th anniversary, we take a look back at 5 memorable McDonald's game moments and 5 players you should know about.

    Story | Conversation | February 01, 2012
  6. Ranking McDonald's top 35

    Ronnie Flores

    To celebrate its 35 years, The McDonald's All-American Games named its 35 greatest participants. And ESPNHS ranked them.

    Story | Conversation | January 30, 2012
  7. McDonald's announces its 35 greatest

    Jason Jordan

    In celebration of the 35th anniversary of the McDonald's All-American Game, McDonald's unveiled its 35 greatest players to participate in the all-star game.

    Story | Conversation | January 30, 2012
  8. Kansas high school football player suffered bleeding on brain, co...

    Wayne Drehs

    A Kansas coroner confirmed Thursday that the brain injury that killed Spring Hill High School football player Nathan Stiles on Oct. 29 came from a part of the 17-year-old's brain that had bled earlier this year.

    Story | Conversation | December 02, 2010