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Danica ‘had a moment’ with fan
Danica Patrick emerged from some recent fan encounters with a couple of bruises: One resulted in a swollen ring finger after a girl shook her hand too enthusiastically, and another left its mark on her image.
Motor sports: Power prevails in crash-filled TMS thriller
Motor sports: High-flying Stadium Super Trucks make Denton County debut
Blaney’s breakthrough win a vintage NASCAR victory
NASCAR's newest winner arrived home in North Carolina to coolers filled by Dale Earnhardt Jr. with ice cold beer.
Bell wins TMS truck race by inches under caution
FORT WORTH -- Christopher Bell won the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Texas Motor Speedway under caution Friday night, taking the white flag side-by-side with Chase Briscoe before a wreck behind them left a truck upside down on the frontstretch.
NASCAR star Jimmie Johnson ready to race after cancer scare
LONG POND, Pa. (AP) -- Jimmie Johnson put the beer on ice and held a muted victory celebration. The morning after he hoisted another NASCAR trophy in victory lane, Johnson was in New York to have a form of skin cancer cut out of his right shoulder.
Rangers salvage split behind Gomez's homers
76ers take Fultz, Lakers grab Ball to start NBA draft
Local cowgirl qualifies for state rodeo
Aubrey High School junior and 2016 North Texas High School Rodeo pole bending champion Autumn Gallagher is headed to the Texas High School Rodeo Association State Finals after finishing second in the Region 3 finals.
Ryan coach Keith Pierce finishes 31st in men's race at Boston Marathon
At 36 years old, Keith Pierce keeps getting faster. Pierce, an assistant track and cross country coach at Ryan, finished 31st in the men's race and 35th overall at Monday's Boston Marathon with a time of two hours, 25 minutes and 6 seconds.
Boys golf: District 5-5A tourney wraps up with Rider taking top spots
Boys Golf: Denton, Ryan and Braswell compete in District 5-5A's opening round
Piercing speed: Ryan coach picks up where he left off, set to run Boston
Keith Pierce used to be a fixture on the marathon scene. Then he scaled back — way back. His hiatus wasn't because of age, injury or mental burnout from hundreds of training miles. The year was 2011 and he was at his peak. But Pierce's wife, Stephanie, was expecting triplets.