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The Rickards Raiders enter 2017 as the defending 5-A District Two champions, and came just short of punching their ticket to the state final four in 2016. [Read More]
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Three Logan County soccer players spent the past year playing with the Southern Kentucky Soccer... [Read More]
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"He has already been cut. Didn't make the final four,'' his wife Sandy Moose wrote on Facebook late Wednesday. "An Asst Chief of one year, working on his masters, never in charge of Patrol is more qualified than Charles. I'm so mad I could spit nails. [Read More]
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The United States had to wait until the 88th minute of the Gold Cup final at Levi's Stadium for the go-ahead goal — scored by Stanford alum Jordan Morris — to beat Jamaica 2-1. "If you had asked me in November is this where we'd be with the program, I would probably say, 'I don't think so,'" said Bruce Arena, who is undefeated in his return as head coach, at 9-0-5. Arena took the helm in late November, stepping into a fire hose of pressure, with a team whose morale was shot. If the United States... [Read More]
The drive for the Silver Dollar Speedway championship heats up with a five-division night led by the return of the 410 winged sprint cars. Points race No. 11 begins the final four Friday night championship races of the year. [Read More]
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Al Roy's first big pitch as the new state baseball coordinator was met with mixed results. As part of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association's annual Central Committee meeting on Tuesday, Roy offered a joint proposal to expand the regular season from 20 to 22 games and introduce a 10-run mercy rule. In a separate proposal, the former Section II baseball coordinator asked for the okay to reset regional schedules if necessary so that every team must play their way into the state final four. [Read More]
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Chatham Glenwood High School products Maggie Juhlin and Kelly Graves and New Berlin graduate Tara Sullivan will play with the Fire and Ice Soccer Club in the Women's Premier Soccer League Final Four in San Diego on Saturday.WPSL rosters are made up high school, college, post-college and foreign players. Juhlin (University of Illinois Springfield), Graves (Virginia Commonwealth University) and Sullivan (Ole Miss) are college players.The Fire and Ice Soccer Club is based in Columbia. It... [Read More]
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The Illinois State men's basketball team will open its appearance in the Puerto Rico Tip-Off tournament in November against 2017 NCAA Final Four qualifier South Carolina.The Redbirds will play three games in the eight-team tournament at Fajardo, Puerto Rico. ISU plays the tournament opener against South Carolina at 10:30 a.m. Central time on Nov. 16 in a game televised by ESPN2. The Gamecocks were 26-11 last season, losing to Gonzaga 77-73 in a national semifinal.ISU's second... [Read More]
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Hogs add a NIT Final Four team plus set their annual trip to North Little Rock... [Read More]
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The Illinois State men's basketball team will play 2017 NCAA Final Four team South Carolina in the first round of the Puerto Rico Tip-Off, Nov. 16-19. [Read More]
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Illinois State's basketball team will play 2017 Final Four qualifier South Carolina in the first of the Redbirds' three games in the Puerto Rico Tip-Off Tournament on Nov. [Read More]
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GREAT FALLS – A Great Falls bookkeeper who spent the nearly half a million dollars she embezzled on lavish purchases was sentenced to prison on Tuesday. Her purchases included NCAA Final Four tickets, Victoria's Secret and extravagant vacations to Miami where she rented a Ferrari. Natalee Christine Crumley was sentenced in U.S. District Court in Great …... [Read More]
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Natalee Christine Crumley, a Great Falls bookkeeper who spent the hundreds of thousands of dollars she embezzled on NCAA Final Four tickets, Victoria's Secret, and lavish vacations to Miami where s... [Read More]
Tears for Fears announced they are postponing the final four dates of their U.S. tour, citing a family emergency. [Read More]
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ELEAGUE has revealed the 12 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive teams invited to September's CSGO Premier and details on the open qualifier for the final four. [Read More]
SPOKANE — Central Washington stayed alive at the Legion AAA State Tournament, beating Bellingham Post 7 12-10... [Read More]
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Super Rugby is down to the final four, while there was also notable news from in the Rugby Africa Gold Cup and also for Fiji. [Read More]
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The Illinois State women's soccer team found themselves just three wins short of a final four appearance in the 2016 NCAA Women's College Cup. The Redbirds lost to Duke in... [Read More]
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BOWIE (54-58) 3-10-1 ERIE (52-48) 4-7-3 The SeaWolves were down to their final four outs on Tuesday night at UPMC Park as Steven Moya blasted a go-ahead eighth inning home run, capping a 4-3 comeback win over the Bowie Baysox. Erie grabbed a first inning lead against Bowie starter Jesus Liranzo. Harold Castro walked with one out and stole second. With two outs, Christin Stewart doubled to the alley in right, scoring Castro for a 1-0 lead. Bowie tied the game in the third against Erie... [Read More]
It was a final four run by the Starkville 6-year-old All-Stars at the Dizzy Dean World Series this week. Starkville finished the World Series with a 5-3 record at Snowden Grove Park and placed fourth at the tournament. The 6-year-olds also won the Sportsmanship Award for the event. "It was a wonderful experience," Starkville coach Allan Smith said. "The entire summer was just outstanding. I couldn't have hand-picked a better group of parents and kids." After winning the Overall State championship at McKee Park, Starkville made its way to the World Series for competition. It did not start well... [Read More]
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