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The Best of the West End at Christmas, Royal Conc...
Performers from the West End treated Nottingham musical lovers to a stocking full of show stoppers at the Royal Concert Hall. Kicking off Christmas in true theatrical style, four of the West End's...
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Royal Concert Hall
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
HS SWIMMING: Sebastianelli and Babarsky lead Vall...
Clare Sebastianelli, Bailey Babarsky and Natalie Wasilchak each had an individual win and were part of the winning 400 free relay team to lead Valley View to a 97-78 win over Scranton Prep in a...
Read more at The Scranton Times-Tribune
Waverly downs Odessa-Montour
Waverly defeated Odessa-Montour 100-70 in IAC boys' swimming action Thursday. Waverly's 200
relay of Josh Mastrantuono, Lucas Beardsley, Brandon Anderson and Mike Girolamo won in 1:59.04. In...
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Devlin proves to be bright spot during Blue Mount...
As the Tamaqua football placekicker, Thorn Devlin knows what it’s like to practice alone. Kickers, punters and other members of the special teams often practice separately from the rest of the team....
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
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Whether it was a positive or negative push was yet to be determined. Winning three events and going down to the wire with third-ranked Dowling Catholic in several others, the Marshalltown boys swim...
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Blair Van Staalduine
Jamestown Wins Every Event In Victory
Matthew Marsh, Matthew Caldwell, Charlie Simons and Mike Johnson were all double winners as the Red Raiders took first place in all 12 events. Marsh won the 200 individual
(2:04.17) and the...
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’Cats Can’t Catch Up To Central Scoring Blitz
... about as good as we could shoot the ball there," Wheeling Central coach Mel Stephens said. "I told them at halftime we aren't going to shoot that well in the second half, which I don't think...
Read more at The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
Chopticon girls swim team sweeps in the pool
In the moments following Wednesday night’s Southern Maryland Athletic Conference swim meet at the Edward T. Hall Aquatic Center in Prince Frederick, Lackey senior Donte Meade was decidedly upbeat. “I...
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Patriots win WVC opener over Comets
YATESVILLE — In the Wyoming Valley Conference Division I opener for both teams, Pittston Area showed its strength from the middle weights in a 44-27 win over Crestwood on Thursday night. Dan Gambini...
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Thursday's high school roundup: ND-Fairfield wins...
FAIRFIELD -- Four players hit in double figures for the Notre Dame-Fairfield boys basketball team as the Lancers opened their season with an 86-51 win over Kaynor Tech in the first round of the SWC...
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SCHOLASTIC BOYS SWIMMING: Kingston falls to Pine ...
KINGSTON >> Pine Bush pulled out of a tie midway through the Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Association meet against Kingston to take a 106-80 victory Thursday. The Tigers and Bushmen were...
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Kingston Daily Freeman
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T3 Performance performers of the week for Dec. 18
BasketballCJ Conrad School: Keystone; Year: Senior Position: Forward On the court Conrad amassed 49 points and 32 rebounds over three games this past week. He has a 64 percent shooting percentage on...
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North girls, Central boys capture county swim tit...
Clearly ecstatic about his girls' performance, North coach Brian Wells talked about his squad's depth after the victory. "For our girls, my depth is in my freshmen, sophomore and junior classes,"...
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Thursday's high schools: Key 3-pointers lift Grey...
WILLIAMSTOWN >> Mount Greylock's accuracy from beyond the 3-point line served it well Thursday night. Eric Hirsch forced overtime with a 3-pointer as time expired, and Emmett Shepard's three in...
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Austin boys swimming and diving team falls to Roc...
The Austin boys swimming and diving team lost 98-83 to Rochester Century in Bud Higgins Pool Thursday. Craig Heimark took first for the Packers in the 100-yard and 200-yard freestyles and the Austin...
Read more at Austin Daily Herald
St. Charles East girls basketball romps past Wild...
East (8-2, 4-1 UEC River) emptied its bench in the team’s fourth win in five games. “A nice game. I thought we played well,” Saints coach Lori Drumtra said. “Got off to a nice lead in the first...
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New Orleans Saints
High school boys swimming: Woodstock co-op falls ...
Joe Miceli won the 200 IM (2:29.21) and Connor Wilhelm added a win in the 100 freestyle (57.12) for Woodstock.� Zion-Benton 93, Woodstock co-op 76 200
relay: 1. Zion-Benton (Marshall, Madry,...
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H.S. Swimming: UNLV boys, girls push records to 5...
H.S. Wrestling: Wildcats up for challenge of trying to three-peat as state champsH.S. Wrestling: Wildcats up for challenge of trying to three-peat as state champs H.S. Swimming: UNLV boys, girls push...
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The NOPSSCEA athletes remained dominant in the swimming competition of the Negros Occidental Provincial Meet with Luis Evangelista and Mary Louise Lacson leading the haul this year with seven gold...
Read more at The Visayan Daily Star
Greenwich boys swim team poised for another memor...
Due to a high turnover of athletes each year, maintaining success is a tough task for most high school sports programs. Yet that certainly doesn't apply to the dynasty known as the Greenwich High...
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