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LSU punter Wing seen as controversial
Based on talent alone, some personnel men and special-teams coaches say Louisiana State's Brad Wing should be the first punter selected in the National Football League draft. Wing probably won't be, however, because of off-field...
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Ex-UTEP soccer star finds outlet through CrossFit
Holly Cohen Mata loves to compete ... absolutely loves it ... almost craves it. As Holly Cohen, she is arguably the greatest soccer player to ever come out of this city, and most certainly one of the greatest. She excelled at both...
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Ditka's 89 to be last in long line of Bears' retired numbers
When Jim Morrissey came to the Bears in 1985 as an 11th-round pick from Michigan State, he was surprised to receive No. 51, figuring it had been put away long before in honor of Dick Butkus. Then, a couple of months later Morrissey was...
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The Free Lance-Star, Fredericksburg, Va., Donnie Johnston column
THEY'RE at it again. For the umpteenth time, there is a move afoot to change the Washington Redskins' name. Most Redskins fans don't really care for owner Dan Snyder, but they gave him a standing ovation when he came out a couple...
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This locker can be key to a scholarship
Two Fredericksburg-area men have come up with a way to help boost student athletes' skills and possibly get them noticed by a recruiter. Jamie King, a former broadcaster and Fredericksburg Generals coach, and Brian Smelter, who owns the...
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South Central to send off 44 seniors Sunday
South Central High School is set to graduate 44 seniors at its 2 p.m. Sunday commencement. The school has named its top-seven students, who follow in alphabetical order. Final student rankings are not yet determined. Alexis...
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Exhibit honors military heroics and pro football achievements
Too often, the words "war" and "battle" -- even "weapons" -- are deployed as inappropriate metaphors when describing the game of football. Eddie LeBaron fought in brutal battles during a real war and was wounded by enemy weaponry. He also...
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In rise of obstacle course races, fun comes with risk
Mud pits, electric wires, climbing walls and a long-distance run -- for most participants, outdoor obstacle races offer a chance to overcome physical challenges and bond with friends, often in a rowdy atmosphere. But even as these...
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Airtel Announces Partnership With Big Brother Africa 8
Bharti Airtel ("Airtel"), a leading telecommunications services provider with operations in 20 countries across Asia and Africa, is now the Official sponsor of the eighth edition of Africa's biggest reality series, BIG BROTHER AFRICA (BBA)....
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So long, Mr. Smith
A man who has helped shape the minds of children in the community for more than three decades has decided to retire. Benny Smith, the beloved principal of West Orange-Stark Elementary School, announced his plans to retire earlier this...
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Nyamweya to Sit in African Nations Championship Organizing Committee
Football Kenya Federation Sam Nyamweya has been picked to serve in the African Nations Championship (CHAN) Organizing Committee headed by Mamy Camara of Guinea. Nyamweya is among the four Kenyans who will serve in the key CAF's standing...
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Combine a chance for exposure
Marcus Green stands less than 6 feet tall and doesn't weigh 200 pounds. He's 5-10 and 175. But the incoming North Pontotoc senior may be one of the state's bigger names to watch come football season. He caught 53 passes...
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BRIEF: High school football Q&A: Metro Christian's Bewley Wales
Bewley Wales, who is 6-foot-4 and 285 pounds, started at offensive tackle last season and helped Metro Christian post a 10-3 record, win a district title and reach the Class 3A quarterfinals. Wales also is expected to be a starter at defensive...
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Reality Check: Bret Michaels RVing on Travel Channel
Butler native Bret Michaels is no stranger to reality television ("The Apprentice," "Rock of Love With Bret Michaels," "Bachelor Pad," among others) but now he tries his hand at hosting. "Rock My RV With Bret Michaels" premieres at 9 p.m....
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UNM revokes fraternity's charter
The University of New Mexico chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, the country's largest college fraternity, had its charter revoked Friday after years of facing suspensions and probation over numerous violations. The revocation, which means...
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Board supports policy of student drug testing
Fremont Ross High School students will undergo random drug testing next school year, following the school board's support for a new drug testing policy. The policy covers student athletes, participants in extracurricular activities, and...
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Track and field: Egg Harbor Township's James Plummer dominates South Jersey Group IV discus
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP -- The Egg Harbor Township High School grounds crew helped pave the way for an impressive victory by Eagles senior discus thrower James Plummer at the South Jersey Group IV track and field championships Friday. Just...
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Hostetler to grads: 'Remember who you are and whose you are'
pressed with these students' commitment not only to academics, but to academic excellence," said Superintendent Ken Howard who just finished his first year at Trinity. With Howard came a new tradition for Trinity graduations -- the...
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Running it right
Kathleen Coughlin couldn't control her emotions when Dale Hartney revealed that he was stepping down this spring after 49 years as a track and cross country coach, the final 47 of which were spent in Upper Arlington schools. "I got really...
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Stanislaus sheriff: I wanted deputy back on job
In court testimony Friday, Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson downplayed his 2011 role in dismissing an injured deputy, saying he merely approved a staff recommendation. "I wanted him to come back to work," said the sheriff, who...
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