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There will be plenty of star power on display this weekend at Swisher Field, and four of those stars have aligned in one formation. A quartet of girls from different schools will be on the same relay teams during the USATF Junior Olympic track and field...
Tags: Human Interest, College Sports
Iggies, the popular purveyor of thin-crust pizzas, is moving out of Mount Vernon. The new location will be in the Riderwood Station shopping center in Towson, near Joppa Road and Bellona Avenue. The move is "95 percent" certain, said Peter Wood, a...
The Newport Beach Parks, Beaches and Recreation Commission on Tuesday postponed a decision to establish a five-year expiration date on benches donated to the city, asking that staff expand the proposal to include existing benches as well benches donated...
Tags: Charity, Human Interest, Science, Arts and Culture, Mark Harmon
Danville High School won the Kentucky Educational Speech and Drama Association’s State Speech Tournament for the second straight year this past weekend. The open state tournament is a precursor to the Kentucky High School Speech League State Speech...
BEMIDJI, Minn. - Northern State had a pair of athletes at the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference multi-events on Sunday. Shae McClanahan competed in the first day of the men's heptathlon, while Leandra Schlecht competed in the women's pentathlon....
Tags: Track and Field
The Northern State track and field team will start its indoor season Sunday. The Wolves will compete in the North Dakota State Bison Invite in Fargo. The NSU men were picked to finish sixth in the NSIC preseason conference poll, while the women were...
MANKATO, Minn. - The Northern State track and field had a pair of athletes and a relay team competing at the first day of the Minnesota State, Mankato Open & Heptathlon on Friday. The men's distance medley relay team of Jayce Seelig, Austin Suther, Mark...
Tags: Track and Field
FARGO, N.D. - Success with the sprints and long distance runners characterized Northern State's day at the NDSU Bison Open. Coach Jim Fuller noted that a number of NSU athletes did well Saturday, and the team reached its goals set for the meet. I was...
Like all high jumpers, Virginia Tech's Ronnie Black wants to raise the bar. He's cleared impressive heights, set school records and earned All-America honors. But he wants more. He wants to go higher. He wants to go 4.0. "I had a 3.87 last semester,"...
Friday, August 12, 2011 GOLF Dave Daubach retained his long drive title on Friday in the Jim Ward/Big Daddy Long Drive contest at Beaver Creek Country Club, the final individual skills competition prior to the start of today’s 28th WACO...
Sports WriterSam Sacksen set a new world Pentathlon shooting record en route to a fourth place finish Monday in the mixed relay at the World Pentathlon Championships in Moscow, Russia. The Somerset native and 2008 Beijing Olympian’s time of 9.03 seconds for...
Most 16-year-olds in Johnstown are enjoying a summer vacation, taking it easy until classes resume late next month. For Ethan Ganzy, however, this summer isn't offering much of a break at all. Ganzy started this week by heading Colorado, where he is one...
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