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The Florida Times-Union
Mark Woods: From catching shrimp to baseballs, one family's 100 years of netsAnd then just by the grace of God, something happened." One of his former coac
Mark Woods: From catching shrimp to baseballs, one family's 100 years of nets
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 2 days ago
And then just by the grace of God, something happened." One of his former coaches, an athletic director at Orange Park High School, walked in the door with the school's baseball coach and said: "Build this guy two batting cages." He did. And... Read more
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Kirksville Daily Express
Truman State ranked No. 2 in nation by Washington Monthly Truman State University has maintained its high standing, according to new ra
Truman State ranked No. 2 in nation by Washington Monthly
Kirksville Daily Express / Posted 2 days ago
Truman State University has maintained its high standing, according to new rankings from Washington Monthly.According to a press release from Truman, the university is again ranked No. 2 in... Read more
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New York Magazine
If These Girls Knew That Slender Man Was a Fantasy, Why Did They Want to Kill Their Friend for Him?on May 30, 2014, the Friday of Morgan’s 12th-­birthday sleepover, both girls hu
If These Girls Knew That Slender Man Was a Fantasy, Why Did They Want to Kill Their Friend for Him?
New York Magazine / Posted 2 days ago
on May 30, 2014, the Friday of Morgan’s 12th-­birthday sleepover, both girls hung around Ms. ­Weidenbaum’s classroom after school, helping her clean up. There were three girls at the sleepover at Morgan’s house that night: Morgan and Bella and... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Hazen liked what he saw at Clemson Friday; Shuler on the movea take for Clemson." Hazen said he also enjoyed the visit to Maryland. He is d
Hazen liked what he saw at Clemson Friday; Shuler on the move
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 4 days ago
a take for Clemson." Hazen said he also enjoyed the visit to Maryland. He is down to Clemson, Maryland, Central Florida, Valparaiso and Ball State. He's visited each unofficially and his only scheduled official visit at this time is one to... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Hazen liked what he saw at Clemson Friday; Shuler on the movea take for Clemson." Hazen said he also enjoyed the visit to Maryland. He is d
Hazen liked what he saw at Clemson Friday; Shuler on the move
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 4 days ago
a take for Clemson." Hazen said he also enjoyed the visit to Maryland. He is down to Clemson, Maryland, Central Florida, Valparaiso and Ball State. He's visited each unofficially and his only scheduled official visit at this time is one to... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Hazen liked what he saw at Clemson Fridaya take for Clemson." Hazen said he also enjoyed the visit to Maryland. He is d
Hazen liked what he saw at Clemson Friday
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 4 days ago
a take for Clemson." Hazen said he also enjoyed the visit to Maryland. He is down to Clemson, Maryland, Central Florida, Valparaiso and Ball State. He's visited each unofficially and his only scheduled official visit at this time is one to... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
Operation Football scores - August 21High school football scores from around Indiana on Friday, August 21: Adams Ce
Operation Football scores - August 21
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 6 days ago
High school football scores from around Indiana on Friday, August 21: Adams Central 21, Bellmont 20 Attica 62, Riverton Parke 0 Avon 41, Plainfield 0 Bloomington South 28, Bedford N. Lawrence 0 Brown Co. 40, Edinburgh 12 Brownstown 51, Paoli... Read more
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ESPN
Eddie Gaedel's 6-foot-3 grandnephew Kyle Gaedele embraces family's baseball connectionat-bat, Gaedele admitted having to answer questions about his great-uncle at ev
Eddie Gaedel's 6-foot-3 grandnephew Kyle Gaedele embraces family's baseball connection
ESPN / Posted 8 days ago
at-bat, Gaedele admitted having to answer questions about his great-uncle at every stop of his baseball career: from Valparaiso, where he chose to go after being selected out of high school by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 32nd round of the of... Read more
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The Medina County Gazette
Medina will feature six Division I recruits — The Medina County GazetteDivision I college recruit shows just how strong this team is, as Olivia Sency
Medina will feature six Division I recruits — The Medina County Gazette
The Medina County Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
Division I college recruit shows just how strong this team is, as Olivia Sency (Ohio), Sydney Leckie (Ohio), Lilly Jackson (Valparaiso), Liz Ash (Canisius), Marin Auth (St. Bonaventure) and Bri Caccavale (Lipscomb) will all play big-time soccer in... Read more
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Daily Mail
First female soldiers to graduate from Army Ranger School identifiedGriest, 26, and Capt Shaye Haver, 25, were identified as the first female soldi
First female soldiers to graduate from Army Ranger School identified
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Griest, 26, and Capt Shaye Haver, 25, were identified as the first female soldiers to graduate from the Army's elite Ranger School Both of them West Point graduates, began the rigorous course in April along with 380 men and 17 other women The... Read more
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The Huffington Post
11 Student-Athletes On What They Learned Playing College Sportsfor the upcoming season. It’s no secret that student-athletes maintain hectic,
11 Student-Athletes On What They Learned Playing College Sports
The Huffington Post / Posted 9 days ago
for the upcoming season. It’s no secret that student-athletes maintain hectic, borderline masochistic schedules during the school year. It’s all part of the game. Now, however, with schools collecting money off the backs of their students’ play... Read more
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Washington Post
Washington-area obituaries of notedied July 18 at his home in Alexandria. The cause was cancer said his wife, Mau
Washington-area obituaries of note
Washington Post / Posted 11 days ago
died July 18 at his home in Alexandria. The cause was cancer said his wife, Maude Williams. Dr. Jacobson was born in Valparaiso, Chile, and had lived in the Washington area for 43 years. He was a teaching fellow at George Washington... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Next generation learns to love tennis at Western & Southern Openthis growing up “because it’s awesome.” She was introduced to tennis eight year
Next generation learns to love tennis at Western & Southern Open
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 12 days ago
this growing up “because it’s awesome.” She was introduced to tennis eight years ago as she entered her freshman year of high school, and enjoyed sharing her love of the game. “I get to be silly and jump around and high-five and that’s the best... Read more
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FOX 28 South Bend
Warsaw Air Show expects nearly 25,000 this weekend!an ICAS member, performing at airshows around the country. His style brings pre
Warsaw Air Show expects nearly 25,000 this weekend!
FOX 28 South Bend / Posted 14 days ago
an ICAS member, performing at airshows around the country. His style brings precision, speed, and head dazzling gyroscopic high G maneuvers to airshow center. When Michael is not flying aerobatics, he enjoys….thinking about aerobatics! Erik Edgren... Read more
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Bureau County Republican
Richardson joins Teach For America’s corpsworking to expand educational opportunity for students in low-income communitie
Richardson joins Teach For America’s corps
Bureau County Republican / Posted 15 days ago
working to expand educational opportunity for students in low-income communities. Corps members commit to teach in high-need urban or rural public schools and become lifelong advocates for educational equity. Richardson, a 2011 graduate of... Read more
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KOLN Lincoln
State Games of America Conclude In NebraskaParker, Lincoln, NE. Senior Women: Patty Henry, Kearney, NE. ROAD RACE 10-Mil
State Games of America Conclude In Nebraska
KOLN Lincoln / Posted 25 days ago
Parker, Lincoln, NE. Senior Women: Patty Henry, Kearney, NE. ROAD RACE 10-Mile Male 15-19 Years: Christian Hughes, Valparaiso, NE, 01:10:26.000. Male 20-24 Years: Kellan Willet, Lincoln, NE, 01:04:02.000. Male 25-29 Years: Kenneth Knoop,... Read more
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WXOW 19 La Crosse
Kobe King's stock continues to riseoffers to play college basketball, most recently from the Wisconsin Badgers. K
Kobe King's stock continues to rise
WXOW 19 La Crosse / Posted 29 days ago
offers to play college basketball, most recently from the Wisconsin Badgers. King says Wisconsin was one of the first schools to begin recruiting him, but isn't necessarily the front-runner. "I think about it a little bit and I talk to the... Read more
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Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
Chamble well prepared to lead Northrop basketballready to become Northrop's new boys basketball coach. Chamble, 47, was named M
Chamble well prepared to lead Northrop basketball
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel / Posted 30 days ago
ready to become Northrop's new boys basketball coach. Chamble, 47, was named Monday night during the Fort Wayne Community Schools' board meeting. A former player at Drake University, the Chicago native is a veteran AAU coach, the last three years... Read more
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Kane County Chronicle
Geneva’s Chambers commits to Princetonthat happen. After attending a camp Sunday, Chambers committed to Princeton on
Geneva’s Chambers commits to Princeton
Kane County Chronicle / Posted 30 days ago
that happen. After attending a camp Sunday, Chambers committed to Princeton on Monday, turning down his other offer from Valparaiso University. “My dad has always been a role model for me,” Chambers said. “He has always pushed me to go there and... Read more
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Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
Ball State football recruiter talks on benefit of summer workcamps in the summer time? Dougherty: Number one, it’s a good opportunity to wo
Ball State football recruiter talks on benefit of summer work
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel / Posted a month ago
camps in the summer time? Dougherty: Number one, it’s a good opportunity to work with kids and help them prepare for their high school seasons. It’s a good opportunity to work with a lot of different kids that you might not have had the chance to... Read more
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My Suburban Life
Montini grads join million-dollar scholarship clubMontini Catholic High School graduates Anastacia Mesina (from left) of Lombard
Montini grads join million-dollar scholarship club
My Suburban Life / Posted a month ago
Montini Catholic High School graduates Anastacia Mesina (from left) of Lombard and Albert Holler of Villa Park are recognized for receiving more than $1 million in college scholarship offers. In the fall, Mesina will attend Valparaiso University,... Read more
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WXOW 19 La Crosse
Sources: Kobe King gets offer from BadgersLa Crosse Central high school basketball standout Kobe King has reportedly rece
Sources: Kobe King gets offer from Badgers
WXOW 19 La Crosse / Posted 1 months ago
La Crosse Central high school basketball standout Kobe King has reportedly received an offer from the University of Wisconsin. Multiple sources on Friday said King, a 6-foot-3-inch guard, received the offer. King now has offers from Iowa State,... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Evelyn Hamm(Ronne) Sanford. Evelyn has been a resident of this area for most of her life a
Evelyn Hamm
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 1 months ago
(Ronne) Sanford. Evelyn has been a resident of this area for most of her life and was a 1935 graduate of Iron Mountain High School. She married Archie Hamm on Nov. 20, 1937, in Valparaiso, Ind. Archie preceded her in death in 1985. Evelyn... Read more
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Weirton Daily Times
Jacquelyn GivensKanczuzewski; her great- grandchild, Gloria Gage; and her sister, Jeanne Wilbar
Jacquelyn Givens
Weirton Daily Times / Posted 1 months ago
Kanczuzewski; her great- grandchild, Gloria Gage; and her sister, Jeanne Wilbar (nee Swartz). Jackie graduated from Weir High School in the Class of 1958. She worked as a secretary for National Steel Corporation, a teacher's aide at Newell... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
What happens in Vegas ... the strange world of the Korean Basketball League draftgoing to raise their hand,” said one international basketball expert during a b
What happens in Vegas ... the strange world of the Korean Basketball League draft
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 1 months ago
going to raise their hand,” said one international basketball expert during a break from the tryouts, which are held at a high school west of the Strip. He is right. Soon the stories spill out. One player told of a team’s media campaign to... Read more

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