Oakland Athletics’ move to Las Vegas unanimously approved by MLB owners

After years of complaints about the Oakland Coliseum and an inability to gain government assistance for a new ballpark in the Bay Area, the A’s plan to move to a stadium to be built on the Las Vegas Strip with $380 million in public financing approved by the Nevada government.

DODEA teams in South Korea set for winter debuts

Daegu’s girls hope for better finish to season than last year, while Humphreys boys will look and play a bit different.

Guam High edges GW to reach island finals

Panthers will get another crack at Father Duenas Memorial, which takes a 71-game winning streak into season finale Saturday.

Air Force Gen. Richard Clark hired as next College Football Playoff executive director

Lt. Gen. Richard Clark will be the next executive director of the College Football Playoff, it was announced Friday.

8 finalists from across US military compete, connect through USO’s Madden tournament

Eight finalists from across all branches and theaters in the U.S. military will compete in the United Service Organizations’ third annual Madden NFL gaming tournament in Dallas before the New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys Salute to Service game, with the two winners receiving two tickets each along with travel accommodations to Super Bowl LVIII.

Washington Nationals score with Base HIIT as part of military outreach

Most teams host a Salute to Service night or do quick military recognitions during games, but the Nationals have a different view.

Navy football’s disappointing season takes turn for worse in 32-18 loss to Temple: ‘Outcoached’ and ‘outplayed’

A disappointing season took a significant turn for the worse Saturday as Navy football lost to a struggling Temple team it was favored to beat.

DODEA-Europe all stars shine light on growth of volleyball, women’s sports

Twenty girls were selected to play in Saturday’s DODEA-Europe all-star volleyball matches, which returned last year after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

‘Nigerian Nightmare’ Okoye brings Chiefs Kingdom to Ramstein Air Base

Former Kansas City Chiefs running back Christian Okoye greeted service members and others along with the Chiefs cheerleaders and the team mascot at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, on Thursday. Kansas City plays the Miami Dolphins on Sunday in Frankfurt.

Navy veteran Jay McManus wins Marine Corps Marathon’s push-rim competition

Navy veteran Jay McManus leaves Sunday as the winner of the Marine Corps Marathon push-rim race. Julius Kogo, 38, won the men’s race, and Bonnie Keating, 38, won the women’s race.

Stuttgart three-peats after holding off Vilseck

Panthers have now defeated Falcons in championship game for three straight years after Vilseck can’t quite overcome rough start.

Sentinels finally get that coveted championship

After falling in finals last two seasons, Spangdahlem caps perfect season by routing AFNORTH in Division III title game.

Wiesbaden holds off Ramstein in frantic finish

Warriors retain Division I title by weathering last-second rally from Royals that fell just short.

Saints cap perfect tourney to stay on throne

Aviano outlasts Black Forest Academy in four sets to win D-II title again despite losing key players from last year’s squad.

Ansbach ends Brussels’ storybook run to cap perfect season

Cougars defend Division III title by outlasting scrappy Brigands squad that has gone from winless to runner-up in two seasons.

BFA boys defend title in straight sets

Falcons top Rota in championship after both teams survive five-set semifinal victories earlier in the day.