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The Florida Times-Union
Super Training Weekend for Scout leaders, Boy ScoutsBlack Creek District-Boy Scouts of America conducted a Super Training Weekend f
Super Training Weekend for Scout leaders, Boy Scouts
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 11 minutes ago
Black Creek District-Boy Scouts of America conducted a Super Training Weekend for adult Scout Leaders and Boy Scouts at the St. Johns River Base at Echockotee on Aug. 15. In attendance were 63 participants and 10 instructors. Participants learned... Read more
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DNA Info
Hazing Allegations Force Staten Island School to Suspend Football TeamGames and practices for Susan E. Wagner High School's football team were suspen
Hazing Allegations Force Staten Island School to Suspend Football Team
DNA Info / Posted 13 minutes ago
Games and practices for Susan E. Wagner High School's football team were suspended after reports of hazing by older players were reported. View Full Caption EMERSON HILL — Education officials have suspended the Susan E. Wagner High School football... Read more
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Mount Shasta Area Newspapers
Cougars start fast, win opener 33-13Ss’ven Walker returned the 2015 season’s opening kickoff for a 77 yard touchdow
Cougars start fast, win opener 33-13
Mount Shasta Area Newspapers / Posted 17 minutes ago
Ss’ven Walker returned the 2015 season’s opening kickoff for a 77 yard touchdown and Thairen Sivongsa passed for 186 yards and a touchdown in the Weed Cougars’ 33-13 victory over Burney Friday night in Weed.It was Weed’s first varsity football... Read more
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Santa Clara Broncos
Volleyball Begins Nine-Game Road Swing at Lobo Classic FridaySANTA CLARA, Calif. — Santa Clara volleyball begins its longest road trip of th
Volleyball Begins Nine-Game Road Swing at Lobo Classic Friday
Santa Clara Broncos / Posted 22 minutes ago
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Santa Clara volleyball begins its longest road trip of the season when it heads to Albuquerque, N.M. for this weekend's Lobo Classic. The Broncos face host New Mexico Friday, Sept. 4 at 6:30 p.m. PDT, followed by Saturday, Sept.... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Reclassification, timing rule among key changes in Maine high school footballChange seems inevitable in high school football, and this year the biggest chan
Reclassification, timing rule among key changes in Maine high school football
Bangor Daily News / Posted 46 minutes ago
Change seems inevitable in high school football, and this year the biggest changes include reclassification, running time and the geographic descriptions of each division. That latter change means that East becomes North and West becomes South. For... Read more
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Gloucester-Mathews Gazette-Journal
Lady Devils suffer season-opening lossThe Mathews High School varsity volleyball team suffered a tough loss to the No
Lady Devils suffer season-opening loss
Gloucester-Mathews Gazette-Journal / Posted 51 minutes ago
The Mathews High School varsity volleyball team suffered a tough loss to the Northumberland Indians in its season opener Tuesday evening. The match went the maximum five sets, with Northumberland winning the first, 25-20. Mathews won the second and... Read more
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Havre Daily News
Northern's new sport ready for debut MSU-N cross country teams working hard to prepare for their inaugural season
Northern's new sport ready for debut
Havre Daily News / Posted an hour ago
MSU-N cross country teams working hard to prepare for their inaugural season September 2, 2015 The 2015 Montana State University-Northern men's and women's cross country teams pose for a team photo this summer... Read more
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Los Angeles Daily News
Newbury Park football player Daniel Morales dies in stabbingTyler James Ostertag (Ventura County Sheriff’s Office) Daniel Morales, a 16-ye
Newbury Park football player Daniel Morales dies in stabbing
Los Angeles Daily News / Posted an hour ago
Tyler James Ostertag (Ventura County Sheriff’s Office) Daniel Morales, a 16-year-old senior on the Newbury Park High School football team, died Tuesday morning after being stabbed in Camarillo on Monday following an altercation outside a Taco... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
My 10 least favorite celeb interviewsI came up with a list of my 10 favorite celebrity interviews in honor of my 10
My 10 least favorite celeb interviews
Chicago Tribune / Posted an hour ago
I came up with a list of my 10 favorite celebrity interviews in honor of my 10 year anniversary at the Chicago Tribune, but people tell me they’re more interested in hearing about my least favorite interviews. Let me start off by saying some of the... Read more
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Newton Daily News
Raiders ring up victory over HawksLanser had a kill on defense then a tip at the net to give control of the serve
Raiders ring up victory over Hawks
Newton Daily News / Posted an hour ago
Lanser had a kill on defense then a tip at the net to give control of the serve to Lynnville-Sully at 18-17. The Hawks had trouble protecting the serve. Leading 19-17, the Raiders reeled off five straight points until sophomore Camryn Russell put... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Preseason Peek at Island volleyballELEANOR P. LABROZZI PHOTO | Setter Kenna McCarthy placing one perfectly for her
Preseason Peek at Island volleyball
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 2 hours ago
ELEANOR P. LABROZZI PHOTO | Setter Kenna McCarthy placing one perfectly for her teammates last year in a Shelter Island varsity volleyball team’s win against Mercy. Kenna and many of her teamates are returning for this season. Two weeks before... Read more
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Southside Sentinel
MHS opens football season Thursday at Mathews by Larry Chowning The Middlesex High School varsity football team will open
MHS opens football season Thursday at Mathews
Southside Sentinel / Posted 2 hours ago
by Larry Chowning The Middlesex High School varsity football team will open its regular season at Mathews at 7 p.m. on Thursday, September 3. Second year Charger head coach Bill Jarvis said, “We’ve got... Read more
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Southside Sentinel
Lady Chargers win opener; host W&L Thursday The Middlesex Lady Chargers varsity volleyball team earned an intense five-ga
Lady Chargers win opener; host W&L Thursday
Southside Sentinel / Posted 2 hours ago
The Middlesex Lady Chargers varsity volleyball team earned an intense five-game win against Rappahannock on August 25 in its season opener. Rappahannock won the first game 25-16 and the fourth game 25-23.... Read more
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Southside Sentinel
2015 Middlesex High School JV Lady Chargers Members of the 2015 Middlesex High School junior varsity volleyball team incl
2015 Middlesex High School JV Lady Chargers
Southside Sentinel / Posted 2 hours ago
Members of the 2015 Middlesex High School junior varsity volleyball team include, front row from left, captain Haley Revere, captain Sarah Walton and Hope Britton; kneeling, captain Brooke Daniel, Danielle... Read more
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The Torrington Telegram
The Torrington Telegram Doggers scrimmage shows weaknesses, strengthsPhoto/Courtesy: Doggers player Dallen Fleenor deflects tackle. LUSK � Even tho
The Torrington Telegram Doggers scrimmage shows weaknesses, strengths
The Torrington Telegram / Posted 2 hours ago
Photo/Courtesy: Doggers player Dallen Fleenor deflects tackle. LUSK � Even though no scores or stats were really kept when the Lingle-Fort Laramie Doggers varsity and JV football played against Wind River and Burns in Lusk this past weekend, it was... Read more
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The News-Herald
Scholastic news: West Geauga welcomes new athletic directorWest Geauga High School welcomes Joe Leonette as the new Athletic Director. Le
Scholastic news: West Geauga welcomes new athletic director
The News-Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
West Geauga High School welcomes Joe Leonette as the new Athletic Director. Leonette completed his undergraduate work in accounting and sports management at Notre Dame College, where he also served as the Student Athletic Manager for the Athletic... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
Packers award $20,000 NFL Matching Grant to MPS for athletic trainers at football gamesMILWAUKEE — The Green Bay Packers have awarded a $20,000 NFL Matching Grant to
Packers award $20,000 NFL Matching Grant to MPS for athletic trainers at football games
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 3 hours ago
MILWAUKEE — The Green Bay Packers have awarded a $20,000 NFL Matching Grant to Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) to provide a certified athletic trainer on the sidelines of each football game in the district. Funded through the NFL Club Matching... Read more
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Philadelphia Weekly
Savage Love | Savage Love | News and Opinion | Philly WeeklyI’m confused about my sexuality. For many years, I thought I preferred hetero-r
Savage Love | Savage Love | News and Opinion | Philly Weekly
Philadelphia Weekly / Posted 3 hours ago
I’m confused about my sexuality. For many years, I thought I preferred hetero-romantic asexual relationships. Exposure to select reading material—thanks to my gender-studies classes—has me convinced I’m an asexual t-type (i.e., “top,” but I prefer... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Flivvs face a rebuilt DeWitt teamKick-off is 1:30 p.m. EDT. However, DeWitt looked more than for the ready for
Flivvs face a rebuilt DeWitt team
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 3 hours ago
Kick-off is 1:30 p.m. EDT. However, DeWitt looked more than for the ready for the 2015 season by blasting Linden, 38-14, in last week's opener. Kingsford’s Ben Moreau (20) and Chris Roell (5) team up to bring down West De Pere’s Matthew McNabb in... Read more
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Darien News-Review
First field in DHS project gets makeoverWorkmen have completed expansion and putting turf on the first of three oval fi
First field in DHS project gets makeover
Darien News-Review / Posted 3 hours ago
Workmen have completed expansion and putting turf on the first of three oval fields at Darien High School, with two other fields to be similarly made over before October. “I’m happy to report the center field is up and just unbelievable; a really... Read more
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Ball State Daily News
Runner competes despite her blindnessFRANKLIN, Ind. (AP) — The distinct look of accomplishment spread across Logan A
Runner competes despite her blindness
Ball State Daily News / Posted 3 hours ago
FRANKLIN, Ind. (AP) — The distinct look of accomplishment spread across Logan Anderson's face. A member of the Franklin Community High School girls' cross-country team, the senior broke into a smile as she crossed the finish line of a junior varsity... Read more
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WREX-TV Rockford
Dixon Public Schools close because of heatThe heat is causing the Dixon Public Schools to close today at 12:30. There wi
Dixon Public Schools close because of heat
WREX-TV Rockford / Posted 3 hours ago
The heat is causing the Dixon Public Schools to close today at 12:30. There will be no afternoon Pre-K class today. The school district's athletics web site says all RMS activity practices are canceled. DHS Sophomore and Varsity volleyball... Read more
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The Tonganoxie Mirror
Tonganoxie party at the net: THS soccer routs Bonner, 11-1It’s a pretty good night on the pitch when seven different players score. The
Tonganoxie party at the net: THS soccer routs Bonner, 11-1
The Tonganoxie Mirror / Posted 3 hours ago
It’s a pretty good night on the pitch when seven different players score. The Chieftains had much to celebrate during Tuesday’s 11-1 mercy-rule-shortened victory against Bonner Springs at Chieftain Park. THS steadily increased its lead throughout... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Mustangs handily defeat Superior Central in three set swepMunising (2-0) swept the Cougars 25-9, 25-17, 25-17 in a Skyline Central Confer
Mustangs handily defeat Superior Central in three set swep
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 3 hours ago
Munising (2-0) swept the Cougars 25-9, 25-17, 25-17 in a Skyline Central Conference match. Frankie Mattson led the Mustangs with 11 kills, while Kianne Wendt added 10 aces and Marissa Immel had 12 digs. "Our offense has really picked up," Munising... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Deja vu for Eskymos? Not quiteAs it was in their last meeting, the No. 3 singles flight produced the best mat
Deja vu for Eskymos? Not quite
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 3 hours ago
As it was in their last meeting, the No. 3 singles flight produced the best match of the day as Escanaba's Taylor Gauthier and Gladstone's Kacie Tryan battled through a tightly contested and well-played match. Multiple long volleys between the two... Read more
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Gamasutra
Metal Gear Solid V Merchandise*********FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE*********** Merchandise Monkey [02/09/2015] [Lo
Metal Gear Solid V Merchandise
Gamasutra / Posted 3 hours ago
*********FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE*********** Merchandise Monkey [02/09/2015] [London, UK] To coincide the release of Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain, UK-based retailer Merchandise Monkey has unveiled a number of new additions to its accompanying... Read more
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The Medina County Gazette
Revere teaches Hornets lesson — The Medina County GazetteBrad Bournival The Gazette BATH TWP. — If boys soccer teams are going to lear
Revere teaches Hornets lesson — The Medina County Gazette
The Medina County Gazette / Posted 4 hours ago
Brad Bournival The Gazette BATH TWP. — If boys soccer teams are going to learn lessons throughout the season, it’s best to learn them early. Unfortunately for Highland, that message was hammered home Tuesday in a 6-0 Suburban League American... Read more
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FOX News
California officials investigating whether Adderall played role in high school football players' collapseAfter leading their high school’s junior varsity football team to victory Frida
California officials investigating whether Adderall played role in high school football players' collapse
FOX News / Posted 4 hours ago
After leading their high school’s junior varsity football team to victory Friday, two California teens suddenly collapsed and were admitted to the hospital with head injuries. The Sacramento Bee reported that students said some of the players may... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
North Jersey H.S. football preview: 10 questions for upcoming seasonWill Jordan Fuller stay healthy? The NV/Old Tappan senior WR/CB is one of the
North Jersey H.S. football preview: 10 questions for upcoming season
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 4 hours ago
Will Jordan Fuller stay healthy? The NV/Old Tappan senior WR/CB is one of the most exciting players in the state, but injuries have prevented him from playing a full varsity season. He’s shown flashes, but not yet the whole package. He’ll have to be... Read more
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Kiowa County Signal
Lady Mavericks start season on positive noteKiowa County High School started its volleyball season on Aug. 29 at the Satant
Lady Mavericks start season on positive note
Kiowa County Signal / Posted 4 hours ago
Kiowa County High School started its volleyball season on Aug. 29 at the Satanta Invitational. The varsity squad placed second and junior varsity won their division.The varsity team defeated Liberal JV 25-15 and 25-14, Moscow 25-13 and 25-22 and... Read more
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The Daily Mining Gazette
Lakes continue to learn in three-set win over L’Anse"You never want to let something slip away," said Lakes head coach Maureen Schi
Lakes continue to learn in three-set win over L’Anse
The Daily Mining Gazette / Posted 4 hours ago
"You never want to let something slip away," said Lakes head coach Maureen Schick. "What it comes down to is that we are making too many mistakes. We're hitting into the net. Our passing isn't where it belongs. We just are not finishing off plays the... Read more
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The Leader-Herald
Tee TimeThe Leader-Herald The high school golf season is already two weeks into its se
Tee Time
The Leader-Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
The Leader-Herald The high school golf season is already two weeks into its season and many of the local teams and golfers have shown they will be a force to reckoned with as the season wears on. Broadalbin-Perth’s Alex Bond Led by 2014 state... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
John F. Kennedy High football opener stopped after gunshots near schoolRICHMOND -- Three people escaped serious injury after gunfire erupted outside a
John F. Kennedy High football opener stopped after gunshots near school
Oakland Tribune / Posted 5 hours ago
RICHMOND -- Three people escaped serious injury after gunfire erupted outside a high-school football game last week, police said Tuesday. The shots rang out 700 block of South 41st Street, just outside John F. Kennedy High, around 9:30 p.m. Friday,... Read more
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Grand Haven Tribune
Soccer roundup: Spring Lake wins first game at new facilityThe Spring Lake soccer team opened up with a resounding win at its new home on
Soccer roundup: Spring Lake wins first game at new facility
Grand Haven Tribune / Posted 5 hours ago
The Spring Lake soccer team opened up with a resounding win at its new home on Tuesday. The Lakers defeated Reeths-Puffer in the opening game of their new turf facility at Spring Lake High School, 3-1. “It was a big deal, it was huge,” said Spring... Read more
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Bleacher Report
The Gigantic Man Behind the MemeWACO, Texas — Watching through a window as Baylor's Shawn Oakman approaches the
The Gigantic Man Behind the Meme
Bleacher Report / Posted 5 hours ago
WACO, Texas — Watching through a window as Baylor's Shawn Oakman approaches the restaurant door—shirtless and flanked by three unleashed bulldogs—Shorty's Pizza Shack manager Ron Brown feels a lot like the defensive end's opponents on the football... Read more
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The Times Leader
Area Sports BriefsThe Bellaire Jr. Sports will hold signups on Thursday from 6-8 p.m. at the Fore
Area Sports Briefs
The Times Leader / Posted 5 hours ago
The Bellaire Jr. Sports will hold signups on Thursday from 6-8 p.m. at the Forest Hills Community Center; and on Sunday from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Bellaire Jr. Sports Baseball Fields. The cost is $35 for one child. The cost is $20 for an... Read more
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Greencastle Banner-Graphic
County gears up for footballGHS' Nick Costin rolls out during the Greencastle victory at Cloverdale. It'll
County gears up for football
Greencastle Banner-Graphic / Posted 5 hours ago
GHS' Nick Costin rolls out during the Greencastle victory at Cloverdale. It'll be a big night at Harbison Stadium Friday. Greencastle's varsity football team will take on West Vigo in the first WIC division matchup of the season. Elementary Night... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Rick Cleveland: Nobody worked harder than PriesterSmart lad, to slip betimes away From fields where glory does not stay And ear
Rick Cleveland: Nobody worked harder than Priester
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 6 hours ago
Smart lad, to slip betimes away From fields where glory does not stay And early though the laurel grows It withers quicker than the rose. – A.E. Housman, To an Athlete Dying Young This was the last day of August 1965. The Ole Miss Rebels had... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Football players get game faces onAfter a week and a half of preparation for the Winnipeg High School Football Le
Football players get game faces on
Brandon Sun / Posted 6 hours ago
After a week and a half of preparation for the Winnipeg High School Football League season, the coaches and players of Brandon’s three teams are ready to play some games, and they’ll get their chance this week. The Neelin Spartans, an Andy Currie... Read more
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Standard Democrat
Dexter knocks out Sikeston in two sets, Oran nabs first winSIKESTON -- Dexter remained undefeated Monday after a two set win in Sikeston.
Dexter knocks out Sikeston in two sets, Oran nabs first win
Standard Democrat / Posted 7 hours ago
SIKESTON -- Dexter remained undefeated Monday after a two set win in Sikeston. Dexter (3-0) won the first set 25-10 and the second 25-16. Addie Kruse led Dexter with six kills, Krysten Garrison added five and Lexie Barnes chipped in four. Brittney... Read more
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Grand Haven Tribune
Prep Roundup: Grand Haven volleyball sweeps home quad“We had a good night,” said Grand Haven coach Aaron Smaka. “Zeeland West is an
Prep Roundup: Grand Haven volleyball sweeps home quad
Grand Haven Tribune / Posted 7 hours ago
“We had a good night,” said Grand Haven coach Aaron Smaka. “Zeeland West is an improved team, East Grand Rapids is good and so is Portage Central.” Morgan Ross led the Bucs with 23 kills, adding three blocks and 11 digs. Olivia Boeve also had three... Read more
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Daily Mail
Ali Larter swaps blonde 'do for new fiery locksSeeing red! as she preps for next installment of Resident Evil series She's r
Ali Larter swaps blonde 'do for new fiery locks
Daily Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
Seeing red! as she preps for next installment of Resident Evil series She's reprising her role as Claire Redfield in the latest installation of the Resident Evil films. And Ali Larter is finally ready... Read more
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walesonline
Ospreys snap up Oliver Tomaszczyk on short-term contractThe Ospreys have confirmed the signing of tighthead prop Oliver Tomaszczyk on a
Ospreys snap up Oliver Tomaszczyk on short-term contract
walesonline / Posted 7 hours ago
The Ospreys have confirmed the signing of tighthead prop Oliver Tomaszczyk on a short-term contract. With Aaron Jarvis this week confirmed in the Wales' World Cup squad and Daniel Suter ruled out of action for the opening rounds of the new PRO12... Read more
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Pittsburgh City Paper
Savage LoveI’m confused about my sexuality. For many years, I thought I preferred hetero-r
Savage Love
Pittsburgh City Paper / Posted 8 hours ago
I’m confused about my sexuality. For many years, I thought I preferred hetero-romantic asexual relationships. Exposure to select reading material — thanks to my gender-studies classes — has me convinced I’m an asexual t-type (i.e., “top,” but I... Read more
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The Lake County Record-Bee
Lake County Meet just around the cornerThe annual Lake County Meet in cross country, hosted a year ago by the Middleto
Lake County Meet just around the corner
The Lake County Record-Bee / Posted 9 hours ago
The annual Lake County Meet in cross country, hosted a year ago by the Middletown Mustangs at the Double D Ranch in Middletown, moves to Upper Lake High School this year and takes place a week from today at 3:30 p.m. Runners from all five of the... Read more
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Marysville Journal-Tribune
Local SportsAugust 31, 2015 at 5:51 am Pictured left - Marysville’s varsity volleyball tea
Local Sports
Marysville Journal-Tribune / Posted 9 hours ago
August 31, 2015 at 5:51 am Pictured left - Marysville’s varsity volleyball team won the Shaner-Wohrer Memorial Tournament in Lancaster on Saturday. The Lady Monarchs captured the eight-team tourney, which is dedicated to the fight against breast... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Haji Wright, the young star who chose New York Cosmos over MLS and EuropeThe battle between the established, 20-year stability of Major League Soccer an
Haji Wright, the young star who chose New York Cosmos over MLS and Europe
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 9 hours ago
The battle between the established, 20-year stability of Major League Soccer and the free-spending upstarts in the North American Soccer League is being fought on many fronts, with news this week that the NASL may take legal action over changes to... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Prep Softball: Vienna 10, Russellville 3VIENNA — Vienna beat Russellville 10-3 in softball action Tuesday. Freshman Jo
Prep Softball: Vienna 10, Russellville 3
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 9 hours ago
VIENNA — Vienna beat Russellville 10-3 in softball action Tuesday. Freshman Jordyn Steffen was the winning pitcher. She gave up one earned run, eight hits, no walks and five strikeouts. Vienna’s Kara Harker, Megan Wieberg, Maddie Stricklan and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Mwecau Initiates Doctorate in Education ProgrammeMoshi — Mwenge Catholic University (MWECAU) has initiated a Doctor of Philosoph
Mwecau Initiates Doctorate in Education Programme
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 hours ago
Moshi — Mwenge Catholic University (MWECAU) has initiated a Doctor of Philosophy in Education programme that is set to start this September. Mwecau Deputy Vice Chancellor, Academic Affairs, Dr Modest Levira said, in his letter to stakeholders that... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Fatima volleyball drops LinnFATIMA — The Fatima Lady Comets took out Linn 25-10, 25-10 on Tuesday night. E
Fatima volleyball drops Linn
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 10 hours ago
FATIMA — The Fatima Lady Comets took out Linn 25-10, 25-10 on Tuesday night. Emily Keilholz had 12 assists, while Tara Buthod and Courtney Kempker each had eight kills. Kiley Williams served up eight aces. Megan Werdehausen posted six blocks, while... Read more
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