Kids game at IDEA’s educational Minecraft camp | News

During the Advanced Minecraft camp this week, kids didn’t just play a video game. They collaborated and took on challenges to tackle problems, build structures, and have fun together in the virtual world. This gaming camp was one of several Summer Academy sessions that took place this week, organized by the Northeastern State University’s Innovation … Read more

Atlanta Hawks announce multi-year partnership with Microsoft, Xbox | Sports

The Atlanta Hawks announced Wednesday a multi-year partnership with Microsoft Corp, including Xbox, that aims to provide opportunities and resources in underserved areas of Atlanta through sport, technology and community programming. “We are thrilled to partner with Microsoft and Xbox and leverage their incredible technology with the next generation of Atlantans,” said Atlanta Hawks’ Senior … Read more

UNC, NC State offer mobile gaming products through Learfield initiative | Local

Fans of the North Carolina and NC State athletic programs can win prizes for predicting game and statistical outcomes through a new app offering established by Learfield and UK-based Low6 Ltd. Inc. The Big Four schools are among the initial five athletics departments participants, joined by Mississippi, Oklahoma and Texas A&M. Learfield is based in … Read more

Nebraska high school sports notable games, top performers | NE Prep Zone

High school sports schedule and notables as published in The World-Herald on March 31. Notable games Millard West at Elkhorn South, 4:30 pm Friday Papillion-La Vista vs. Papillion Papillion-La Vista South (at Werner Park), noon Saturday Papillion-La Vista Invitational at Oak Hills Country Club, 9 a.m. Monday. Omaha Scutt at Papillion-La Vista South, 7 p.m. … Read more

Top transfer portal target will visit Nebraska spring game | Football

A top transfer portal pass rusher will make an official visit for Nebraska’s spring game. TCU transfer Ochaun Mathis, who had 26 tackles for loss and 12½ sacks in his last three years with the Horned Frogs, posted his official visit plans on Twitter. The 6-foot-5, 247-pound Mathis would fit in as an edge rusher … Read more

Premier League: The greatest escapes from Premier League relegation

Luke Ayling’s injury-time winner for Leeds last Friday against Wolves was enjoyable for neutrals as they basked in the pandemonium that ensued between the Leeds players and fans at Molineux. However for Watford, Burnley and Norwich, Ayling’s goal could not have been worse. Coupled with the previous evening’s drama at Goodison Park where an Alex … Read more

FrontPageBets’ best bets for Sunday’s NCAA Tournament Elite Eight games | Betting

By Gerry Ahern FrontPageBets And then, there will be four. The NCAA Tournament will parse out the final two prestigious spots in the Final Four on Sunday. Will we have the first No. 15 seed to advance to the national semifinals? Will we have no No. 1 seeds for the first time since 2011? FrontPageBets … Read more

1A/2A Softball: Castle Rock tosses combined perfect game to top Woodland | Sports

CASTLE ROCK — The early parts of a softball season are typically reserved for working out the kinks. Teams identify their weaknesses and find ways to improve an effort to operate like a well-oiled machine. But if you watch Castle Rock play, they’re already there, pistons firing away in rapid succession. And they were perfect … Read more

Antonio Conte insists Tottenham will treat their final nine Premier League games as ‘Cup finals’

Antonio Conte vows Tottenham will treat their final nine Premier League games as ‘cup finals’ as he promises to fight Arsenal all the way for a Champions League spot this season Tottenham beat West Ham 3-1 in a heated London derby on Sunday afternoon As a result, Tottenham have remained in the race for a … Read more

SIR CLIVE WOODWARD: Six Nations showed that England don’t have a game plan to beat the world’s best

The Six Nations showed that England are outdated whilst Ireland Grand Slam champions France have a future to look forward to. With all the talent that Eddie Jones’ side have, it seems they have no coherent game plan or structure that could allow them to compete with the likes of France and Ireland. Scotland and … Read more