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Marin Independent Journal
Marin at play: Sept. 4All sports CORTE MADERA: The Corte Madera Parks and Rec is offering before and
Marin at play: Sept. 4
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 7 hours ago
All sports CORTE MADERA: The Corte Madera Parks and Rec is offering before and after-school enrichment programs for youth of all ages. Favorites include gymnastics, soccer, tennis and roller hockey. Information: 415-927-5072 or visit... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
baseball, lacrosse, golfCanada beats Australia at U-18 World Cup OSAKA, Japan – Canada kept its bronze
baseball, lacrosse, golf
Chatham Daily News / Posted 8 hours ago
Canada beats Australia at U-18 World Cup OSAKA, Japan – Canada kept its bronze-medal hopes alive at the U-18 Baseball World Cup with a 10-3 win over Australia on Friday. Catcher Luke Van Rycheghem of Kent Bridge didn't play. Josh Burgmann of... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Celia Rivenbark - Magic pill for women looks to be an illusionHailed by its supporters as "the female Viagra," the pink and white pill known
Celia Rivenbark - Magic pill for women looks to be an illusion
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 9 hours ago
Hailed by its supporters as "the female Viagra," the pink and white pill known as Addyi sounds as if it was named for somebody's aunt who perhaps needed a little somethin' somethin' to get in the mood. What a great time to be a woman! What an even... Read more
10h
Niagara Falls Review
Saints will play for bronze after last-second loss“It’s not the medal we wanted to play for, but were playing in our hometown, in
Saints will play for bronze after last-second loss
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 10 hours ago
“It’s not the medal we wanted to play for, but were playing in our hometown, in front of our home fans, and we’ll play with pride.” That from St. Catharines Saints head coach Jeff Dowling minutes after the 2015 Presidents Cup hosts dropped an 11-10... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Saints will play for bronze after last-second loss“It’s not the medal we wanted to play for, but were playing in our hometown, in
Saints will play for bronze after last-second loss
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 11 hours ago
“It’s not the medal we wanted to play for, but were playing in our hometown, in front of our home fans, and we’ll play with pride.” That from St. Catharines Saints head coach Jeff Dowling minutes after the 2015 Presidents Cup hosts dropped an 11-10... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Saints will play for bronze after last-second loss“It’s not the medal we wanted to play for, but were playing in our hometown, in
Saints will play for bronze after last-second loss
Welland Tribune / Posted 11 hours ago
“It’s not the medal we wanted to play for, but were playing in our hometown, in front of our home fans, and we’ll play with pride.” That from St. Catharines Saints head coach Jeff Dowling minutes after the 2015 Presidents Cup hosts dropped an 11-10... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
College athletes finally getting some cashNEW YORK — When college football players return to the field this week, they’ll
College athletes finally getting some cash
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 12 hours ago
NEW YORK — When college football players return to the field this week, they’ll have a little bit more cash in their wallets. For the first time, the NCAA this year is allowing schools to give cash stipends to cover the cost of things like... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Lady Kings back from ScotlandA trio of Orillia lacrosse players shone on the international stage recently at
Lady Kings back from Scotland
Barrie Examiner / Posted 12 hours ago
A trio of Orillia lacrosse players shone on the international stage recently at the U18 International Festival of Lacrosse in Edinburgh, Scotland. The three Orillia Lady Kings stars — Cassidy Warren-Timpano, Kaiti Van Kessel and Emily Van Kessel —... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
For 9/11 victim Tyler Ugolyn, the best legacy is a basketball courtHe wants to become a businessman someday. But first, he wants to be the kid wea
For 9/11 victim Tyler Ugolyn, the best legacy is a basketball court
Stamford Advocate / Posted 13 hours ago
He wants to become a businessman someday. But first, he wants to be the kid wearing the cap and gown in the picture, just like his older brother, Alfredo. Torres smiles and seems to enjoy that thought. Then he rubs the top of his head like all of... Read more
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Connecticut Post
For 9/11 victim Tyler Ugolyn, the best legacy is a basketball courtHe wants to become a businessman someday. But first, he wants to be the kid wea
For 9/11 victim Tyler Ugolyn, the best legacy is a basketball court
Connecticut Post / Posted 13 hours ago
He wants to become a businessman someday. But first, he wants to be the kid wearing the cap and gown in the picture, just like his older brother, Alfredo. Torres smiles and seems to enjoy that thought. Then he rubs the top of his head like all of... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Brian Koonz: For 9/11 victim Tyler Ugolyn, the best legacy is a basketball courtHe wants to become a businessman someday. But first, he wants to be the kid wea
Brian Koonz: For 9/11 victim Tyler Ugolyn, the best legacy is a basketball court
Greenwich Time / Posted 13 hours ago
He wants to become a businessman someday. But first, he wants to be the kid wearing the cap and gown in the picture, just like his older brother, Alfredo. Torres smiles and seems to enjoy that thought. Then he rubs the top of his head like all of... Read more
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The News-Times
Brian Koonz: For 9/11 victim Tyler Ugolyn, the best legacy is a basketball courtHe wants to become a businessman someday. But first, he wants to be the kid wea
Brian Koonz: For 9/11 victim Tyler Ugolyn, the best legacy is a basketball court
The News-Times / Posted 13 hours ago
He wants to become a businessman someday. But first, he wants to be the kid wearing the cap and gown in the picture, just like his older brother, Alfredo. Torres smiles and seems to enjoy that thought. Then he rubs the top of his head like all of... Read more
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NBC Washington
'Heads Up' Keeps Football Injuries Down in Fairfax Co.New data from the Fairfax County Public Schools athletic department suggests hi
'Heads Up' Keeps Football Injuries Down in Fairfax Co.
NBC Washington / Posted 14 hours ago
New data from the Fairfax County Public Schools athletic department suggests high school football is becoming safer thanks in large part to the “Heads Up” program. Fairfax County was the first in the nation to adopt it across all of its schools. The... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Area lacrosse products earn NCAA honors for RollinsLake Highland Prep grad Tyler Thomas and Lake Brantley alum Chelsea Pinneke wer
Area lacrosse products earn NCAA honors for Rollins
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 15 hours ago
Lake Highland Prep grad Tyler Thomas and Lake Brantley alum Chelsea Pinneke were the two Rollins College players selected to the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association NCAA D-II All-South Region team for 2015. Thomas, a a junior... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Rollins College suspends men's lacrosse team amid investigationRollins College has temporarily suspended its men's lacrosse team while the sch
Rollins College suspends men's lacrosse team amid investigation
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 15 hours ago
Rollins College has temporarily suspended its men's lacrosse team while the school conducts an investigation. The school is reviewing "accusations regarding student conduct and recruiting," according to a Rollins spokeswoman. Rollins officials... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Magic pill for women looks to be an illusionGood news, ladies! The FDA has approved a drug that claims to get your motors r
Magic pill for women looks to be an illusion
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 16 hours ago
Good news, ladies! The FDA has approved a drug that claims to get your motors running, so to speak. Hailed by its supporters as “the female Viagra,” the pink and white pill known as Addyi sounds as if it was named for somebody’s aunt who perhaps... Read more
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Hartford Courant
My, How He's Grown: Lobo, Rushin Have Warm Feeling Toward Yale DTNEW HAVEN – Dressed in a tiny tuxedo with shiny shoes, Jack Rushin was 8 years
My, How He's Grown: Lobo, Rushin Have Warm Feeling Toward Yale DT
Hartford Courant / Posted 17 hours ago
NEW HAVEN – Dressed in a tiny tuxedo with shiny shoes, Jack Rushin was 8 years old when he made a mad dash at the wedding reception of his aunt, Rebecca Lobo, and uncle, Steve Rushin. Rushin, now a junior defensive tackle for Yale who led the team... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Bergen Catholic title win a lasting tribute to teen's mom - Boys LacrosseWALDWICK — The candid photo remains stored in his iPhone, tucked away for safek
Bergen Catholic title win a lasting tribute to teen's mom - Boys Lacrosse
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 17 hours ago
WALDWICK — The candid photo remains stored in his iPhone, tucked away for safekeeping. It captures a special moment, one forever entrenched in his heart and mind. And now it is saved in his photo library, always just a few quick taps away. For Zach... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
West Shore News Through the Decades: Week of Sept. 9A look back at what made the news in past years. Angry scrawls on private prop
West Shore News Through the Decades: Week of Sept. 9
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 18 hours ago
A look back at what made the news in past years. Angry scrawls on private property signs, the Victoria Shamrocks looking for revenge following Mann Cup qualifications, a Corvette crash that sent it’s alternator through the window of another car, a... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
ELECTION PROFILE: Martin BarkerMartin Barker will be the official Conservative candidate in the new riding of
ELECTION PROFILE: Martin Barker
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 18 hours ago
Martin Barker will be the official Conservative candidate in the new riding of Cowichan-Malahat-Langford. At the Nomination Meeting, on August 31, members cast their ballots to select the candidate to represent them in the election. “I thank the... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Shamrocking the Q Centre for the Mann CupThe Victoria Shamrocks hope third times the charm. Recent years playoff succes
Shamrocking the Q Centre for the Mann Cup
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 18 hours ago
The Victoria Shamrocks hope third times the charm. Recent years playoff success has taken them as far as the Mann Cup in each of the past two season, but both ended in bitter defeat at the hands of the Six Nations Chiefs. However, general manager... Read more
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FOX40 Sacramento
College Athletes Finally Getting Some CashNEW YORK (CNNMoney) — When college football players return to the field this we
College Athletes Finally Getting Some Cash
FOX40 Sacramento / Posted 19 hours ago
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — When college football players return to the field this week, they’ll have a little bit more cash in their wallets. For the first time, the NCAA this year is allowing schools to give cash stipends to cover the cost of things... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
State title a lasting tribute to Waldwick's teen's mom - Boys LacrosseWALDWICK — The candid photo remains stored in his iPhone, tucked away for safek
State title a lasting tribute to Waldwick's teen's mom - Boys Lacrosse
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 19 hours ago
WALDWICK — The candid photo remains stored in his iPhone, tucked away for safekeeping. It captures a special moment, one forever entrenched in his heart and mind. And now it is saved in his photo library, always just a few quick taps away. For Zach... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Golf courses woo millennials with cocktail golf lessons, snowboard golf carts and moreLeaning left and then right, a young woman glides silently but quickly down the
Golf courses woo millennials with cocktail golf lessons, snowboard golf carts and more
The Fremont Argus / Posted 20 hours ago
Leaning left and then right, a young woman glides silently but quickly down the fairway on a contraption resembling a skateboard with oversize wheels, bearing a golf bag in the front. She steps off, knocks her ball onto the green and moments later is... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Now hear this: Best bets for live musicHouse of Blues 225 Decatur St, New Orleans Punk rockers X plus Dead Rock West
Now hear this: Best bets for live music
The Houma Courier / Posted 21 hours ago
House of Blues 225 Decatur St, New Orleans Punk rockers X plus Dead Rock West will take the stage at the House of Blues in New Orleans. Details: (504) 310-4999 or www.tickemaster.com Today and Saturday Bayou Delight 4038 Bayou Black Drive,... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Now hear this: Best bets for live musicHouse of Blues 225 Decatur St, New Orleans Punk rockers X plus Dead Rock West
Now hear this: Best bets for live music
The Daily Comet / Posted 21 hours ago
House of Blues 225 Decatur St, New Orleans Punk rockers X plus Dead Rock West will take the stage at the House of Blues in New Orleans. Details: (504) 310-4999 or www.tickemaster.com Today and Saturday Bayou Delight 4038 Bayou Black Drive,... Read more
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The Tyee
The Life Alan Kurdi Would Have Lived in CanadaAlan Kurdi: Photo on cell phone of the toddler's aunt Tima Kurdi, who lives in
The Life Alan Kurdi Would Have Lived in Canada
The Tyee / Posted 23 hours ago
Alan Kurdi: Photo on cell phone of the toddler's aunt Tima Kurdi, who lives in Coquitlam, BC and asked the Canadian government to accept the boy and his family there as refugees. By the time he boarded that doomed boat, three-year-old Alan Kurdi had... Read more
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ESPN
Stanford's Kevin Hogan endures loss of father and gains perspectiveSTANFORD, California -- Kevin Hogan always made it look easy. As a redshirt fre
Stanford's Kevin Hogan endures loss of father and gains perspective
ESPN / Posted yesterday
STANFORD, California -- Kevin Hogan always made it look easy. As a redshirt freshman quarterback in 2012, he took over a veteran offensive huddle midway through the season and led Stanford to its first Rose Bowl victory in 41 years. "He's always... Read more
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ABC Newspapers
Many options for future city campusI cover the cities of Andover, Blaine and Ramsey. I have worked at ABC Newspape
Many options for future city campus
ABC Newspapers / Posted yesterday
I cover the cities of Andover, Blaine and Ramsey. I have worked at ABC Newspapers since August 2007. I cover the cities of Andover, Blaine and Ramsey. I have worked at ABC Newspapers since August 2007. The city of Andover is developing a long-range... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Boys Lacrosse: Two Tuckers verbally commit to D-I schoolsIt was after a summer league boys lacrosse game at the Medford Athletic Complex
Boys Lacrosse: Two Tuckers verbally commit to D-I schools
The Suffolk Times / Posted yesterday
It was after a summer league boys lacrosse game at the Medford Athletic Complex when Dylan Marlborough and Tim Schmidt nonchalantly approached their high school coach, John Amato, and assistant coach, Kyle Sopko. They had some news for the coaches.... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
High schools | Going to School: Daniela Dluzynski, Dublin Coffman Grade point average: 4.33 (National Honor Society) Sports: Field hockey and
High schools | Going to School: Daniela Dluzynski, Dublin Coffman
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted yesterday
Grade point average: 4.33 (National Honor Society) Sports: Field hockey and lacrosse C ollege interests: Notre Dame is her “dream” university, but also applying to Ohio State and... Read more
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The Morning Call
Colonial League field hockey previewThe past three years Southern Lehigh has ventured toward Hershey for the ultima
Colonial League field hockey preview
The Morning Call / Posted yesterday
The past three years Southern Lehigh has ventured toward Hershey for the ultimate field hockey test. Not a state final in Chocolatetown. Not a bonding and shopping excursion to Chocolate World and the outlets. The next best thing. Coach Adrienne... Read more
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Yale Daily News
Updates to come for historic Yale BowlThe historic Yale Bowl, which celebrated its centennial last season, is set to
Updates to come for historic Yale Bowl
Yale Daily News / Posted yesterday
The historic Yale Bowl, which celebrated its centennial last season, is set to undergo several changes this year. Most notably, temporary lights will be installed in order to provide lighting during this year’s Game, which is slated to kick off at... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
soccer, baseball, hockeyBaggio wins U of W award Soccer player Keely Baggio of Chatham made a stellar
soccer, baseball, hockey
Chatham Daily News / Posted yesterday
Baggio wins U of W award Soccer player Keely Baggio of Chatham made a stellar debut at the University of Windsor by winning the Lancers' female athlete of the week award. The rookie defender played all 180 minutes in the Lancers' first two games of... Read more
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Local 12 Cincinnati
Teen paralyzed in swimming accident walks againUpdated: Fri, Sep 04 2015, 02:29 AM EAST MEADOW, N.Y. (CBS) -- A Long Island t
Teen paralyzed in swimming accident walks again
Local 12 Cincinnati / Posted yesterday
Updated: Fri, Sep 04 2015, 02:29 AM EAST MEADOW, N.Y. (CBS) -- A Long Island teen is walking again months after he was paralyzed in a devastating swimming accident. On Wednesday, 17-year-old Nico Fiorello took a few steps unassisted and talked about... Read more
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The Signal
SCV gets its first lacrosse scholarshipAfter never playing lacrosse before last year, West Ranch High School graduate
SCV gets its first lacrosse scholarship
The Signal / Posted yesterday
After never playing lacrosse before last year, West Ranch High School graduate Allison Takenaka became the first female player from Santa Clarita Valley to earn a college scholarship in the sport. She signed with Lourdes University, a private... Read more
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The Wesleyan Argus
Catch Up with WesSports: A Conversation with Athletic Director Mike WhalenMike Whalen ’83 returned to his alma mater in 2010 after 15 years at Williams,
Catch Up with WesSports: A Conversation with Athletic Director Mike Whalen
The Wesleyan Argus / Posted yesterday
Mike Whalen ’83 returned to his alma mater in 2010 after 15 years at Williams, intent on elevating the status of Wesleyan athletics. Hired as head football coach, Whalen established a culture of winning within the football program, culminating in... Read more
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The New Canaan News
Real estate: A timeless home with modern amenitiesOn the outside, the 250-year-old white farmhouse at Oenoke Ridge and Parade Hil
Real estate: A timeless home with modern amenities
The New Canaan News / Posted yesterday
On the outside, the 250-year-old white farmhouse at Oenoke Ridge and Parade Hill roads in New Canaan appear to be untouched by time. Its white clapboard siding and dark green shutters were given a fresh coat of paint and a sign that reads “the... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Real estate: A timeless home with modern amenitiesOn the outside, the 250-year-old white farmhouse at Oenoke Ridge and Parade Hil
Real estate: A timeless home with modern amenities
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
On the outside, the 250-year-old white farmhouse at Oenoke Ridge and Parade Hill roads in New Canaan appear to be untouched by time. Its white clapboard siding and dark green shutters were given a fresh coat of paint and a sign that reads “the... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Real estate: A timeless home with modern amenitiesOn the outside, the 250-year-old white farmhouse at Oenoke Ridge and Parade Hil
Real estate: A timeless home with modern amenities
Greenwich Time / Posted yesterday
On the outside, the 250-year-old white farmhouse at Oenoke Ridge and Parade Hill roads in New Canaan appear to be untouched by time. Its white clapboard siding and dark green shutters were given a fresh coat of paint and a sign that reads “the... Read more
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The News-Times
Real estate: A timeless home with modern amenitiesOn the outside, the 250-year-old white farmhouse at Oenoke Ridge and Parade Hil
Real estate: A timeless home with modern amenities
The News-Times / Posted yesterday
On the outside, the 250-year-old white farmhouse at Oenoke Ridge and Parade Hill roads in New Canaan appear to be untouched by time. Its white clapboard siding and dark green shutters were given a fresh coat of paint and a sign that reads “the... Read more
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South Maryland News
Chopticon girls soccer gaining trust with new coachTrust isn’t easy to come by for high school athletes accustomed to a new coach
Chopticon girls soccer gaining trust with new coach
South Maryland News / Posted yesterday
Trust isn’t easy to come by for high school athletes accustomed to a new coach every year. This will be the plight of Chopticon High School’s first-year head girls soccer coach Cameron Beckner, getting his team to trust yet another voice. He’ll be... Read more
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South Maryland News
North Point girls soccer ready to returnOn the heels of a 2014 season in which the squad went undefeated in Southern Ma
North Point girls soccer ready to return
South Maryland News / Posted yesterday
On the heels of a 2014 season in which the squad went undefeated in Southern Maryland Athletic Conference play, the North Point girls soccer team departed practice on a hot, humid Wednesday afternoon eager to prove they can overcome a wealth of... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Real estate: A timeless home with modern amenitiesOn the outside, the 250-year-old white farmhouse at Oenoke Ridge and Parade Hil
Real estate: A timeless home with modern amenities
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
On the outside, the 250-year-old white farmhouse at Oenoke Ridge and Parade Hill roads in New Canaan appear to be untouched by time. Its white clapboard siding and dark green shutters were given a fresh coat of paint and a sign that reads “the... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Harrison
Father Joins Staff Of Westchester's Youngest Varsity Head Football CoachPORT CHESTER, N.Y.- The Port Chester High School football program - which has s
Father Joins Staff Of Westchester's Youngest Varsity Head Football Coach
The Daily Voice - Harrison / Posted yesterday
PORT CHESTER, N.Y.- The Port Chester High School football program - which has struggled in recent years, picking up just two wins last season - is looking for a shot in the arm this fall, and the Rams believe they've found it, bringing in Paul... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Rye
Father Joins Staff Of Westchester's Youngest Varsity Head Football CoachPORT CHESTER, N.Y.- The Port Chester High School football program - which has s
Father Joins Staff Of Westchester's Youngest Varsity Head Football Coach
The Daily Voice - Rye / Posted yesterday
PORT CHESTER, N.Y.- The Port Chester High School football program - which has struggled in recent years, picking up just two wins last season - is looking for a shot in the arm this fall, and the Rams believe they've found it, bringing in Paul... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Saints will face Axemen in semifinal showdownThe St. Catharines Saints will be facing a familiar foe in Friday’s semifinal a
Saints will face Axemen in semifinal showdown
St. Catharines Standard / Posted yesterday
The St. Catharines Saints will be facing a familiar foe in Friday’s semifinal at the 2015 Presidents Cup. The Saints will face the Capital Region Axemen at 8 p.m. at Jack Gatecliff Arena. The Saints defeated the Axemen 10-6 on Wednesday night, and... Read more
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ABC 6 Providence
6 Questions with John DeLuca: Local Bishops on the Papal visitBy News Staff Reporting by John DeLuca jdeluca@abc6.com In less than three w
6 Questions with John DeLuca: Local Bishops on the Papal visit
ABC 6 Providence / Posted yesterday
By News Staff Reporting by John DeLuca jdeluca@abc6.com In less than three weeks, a truly historic event will take place. For the first time, Pope Francis will step foot in America. Any time a Pope visits the United States, it's a big deal, but... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Saints will face Axemen in semifinal showdownThe St. Catharines Saints will be facing a familiar foe in Friday’s semifinal a
Saints will face Axemen in semifinal showdown
Niagara Falls Review / Posted yesterday
The St. Catharines Saints will be facing a familiar foe in Friday’s semifinal at the 2015 Presidents Cup. The Saints will face the Capital Region Axemen at 8 p.m. at Jack Gatecliff Arena. The Saints defeated the Axemen 10-6 on Wednesday night, and... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Saints will face Axemen in semifinal showdownThe St. Catharines Saints will be facing a familiar foe in Friday’s semifinal a
Saints will face Axemen in semifinal showdown
Welland Tribune / Posted yesterday
The St. Catharines Saints will be facing a familiar foe in Friday’s semifinal at the 2015 Presidents Cup. The Saints will face the Capital Region Axemen at 8 p.m. at Jack Gatecliff Arena. The Saints defeated the Axemen 10-6 on Wednesday night, and... Read more
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