Hilltop Views

Swiss sport combines whips, paddles and pucks

Reporter

November 28, 2012

Filed under Sports

Hornussen is a traditional Swiss sport that had been played in countryside of Switzerland for over 300 years. The sport requires both incredible aim and the ability to see a small black puck as it whizzes through the air at speeds ove...

7 Racquetball DO NOT RUN

Reporter

October 21, 2012

Filed under Sports

If Paris Hilton is a great DJ, then I am a great athlete. I have gracefully stumbled playing just about every sport from tennis to volleyball to basketball to soccer, never finding a sport that I could say I am passionate about. I ...

Bad judgement taints achievement

Bryce Bencivengo

October 2, 2009

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Poor sportsmanship smears even the most incredible of athletic accomplishments. Few will remember the improbable comeback Kim Clijsters validated when she beat Serena Williams in straight sets in the semifinals of the United ...

Major league season limps toward playoffs

Bryce Bencivengo

September 29, 2009

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The race for October has become the race for October and early November. Opening day in the Major Leagues was April 5 and the calendar is creeping into October, still in the regular season. Major League Baseball's marathon 16...

‘Money’ Mayweather cashes in again

Tommy Collins

September 22, 2009

Filed under Sports

The popularity of boxing and the sophistication of its fans are diminishing at a rapid rate. But don't blame Floyd Mayweather Jr. He is the last remaining American icon in a sport that is far from its prime, fighting for an a...

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