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Rising Star: Jackson displays his talents in musi...
By Ngoc Vo For Patrick Jackson, a senior from Charles Henderson High School, the arts and sports are not mutually exclusive. Jackson said he did not want to fall into the stereotypical high school...
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Charles Henderson High School
Bishop elected to USTA Florida board
B.J. Webb Bishop is on board with yet another organization: She was recently elected as an at-large member of the
U.S. Tennis Association
Florida board of directors. Bishop is also a member and...
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Longboat Key Planning and Zoning Board
Tuesday's multi-sport local and college roundup: ...
Virginia Beach City Council approved the first draft of a plan to build a multipurpose arena near the oceanfront. If it comes to fruition, the arena could host major sports events and concerts. NCAA...
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Wilson's Ott, East Stroudsburg South's Pojes, Sou...
Wilson coach Glenn Rossetti says his star tennis player possesses a "type-B personality." Tyra Ott is unassuming and soft-spoken. She is, however, enjoying some of the fame that comes with winning a...
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Leaving A Legacy
Millie Mulhern was one of those people. Maybe you knew her and husband Jerry when they were raising their kids, Maureen and Gary. I'll bet some of you knew Millie because she was always lugging around...
Read more at The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
Now owned by U.S. Tennis Association, Memphis Ope...
Erin Mazurek, tournament director of the Memphis Open, is enthusiastic about the tournament's future. While most people are concerned with making plans for Christmas, Erin Mazurek is already looking...
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Baseball The Washington Nationals named Mike Cubbage and Terry Wetzel as special assistants to the general manager and promoted Eddie Longosz to assistant director of scouting operations. Cubbage was...
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University of Massachusetts Lowell
Tennis Hall of Fame says 'Dodo' Cheney dies at 98
NEWPORT, R.I. — The International Tennis Hall of Fame says Dorothy "Dodo" Cheney, a member of the Hall and the first American woman to win the tournament now known as the Australian Open, has died at...
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SPORTS DIGEST || Leone signs with Malone Universi...
Leone signs with Malone University Vince Leone from Canfield signed a letter of intent to play golf at Malone University. During his Canfield career, Leone earned All-American Conference (AAC) Red...
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Tennis Industry Association Partners with Payment...
... are excited about the opportunity to partner with the TIA and its membership,” says John J. Leehy III, president and chief executive officer for PAI. “Member organizations taking advantage of the...
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