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Saudi Newcastle training camp will be another ‘sportswashing’ PR stunt

It’s a business event, okay? As far as Eddie Howe and everyone at Newcastle United are concerned, it’s “work training camp, … training and working and playing a game”. He didn’t want it any other way. Hard work is Howe’s mantra. It’s not all work, work, work – he knows …

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Deckers joins the Duke Football program

Soccer 20/01/2022 14:40:00 History links DURHAM – Duke’s Head Coach Mike Elko announced Thursday that long snapper Evan Decker signed a financial aid agreement to attend the institution and join the Blue Devil football program. Deckers recently enrolled at Duke and is focused on the continuing education program. He previously …

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Winsted Business Owner Opens Virtual Golf Training Center

WINSTED – Shane Centrella loves to play golf. He and his wife, Shannon, own Rooted Market on Main Street and have focused their energy on improving the store’s offerings and attracting more customers. But when he’s not working at Rooted, Centrella is probably thinking about golf, talking about golf, and …

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Ave Maria ranks among the top 25 planned communities nationwide

According to their annual reports, two leading national real estate consulting firms, RCLCO Real Estate Consulting and John Burns Real Estate Consulting, have named Ave Maria, Florida one of the top 25 planned communities for sale in the United States. Ave Maria had a record 646 new home sales in …

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Obituary: George Henry Musk – Portland Press Herald

George Henry Musk George Henry Musk 1959 – 2022 KENNEBUNKPORT – Beloved son of Carol Sue (Hagerthy) Musk and the late Harry B. Musk, passed away peacefully on January 10, 2022 in his sleep overnight. George was born on 14th January 1959 and grew up in Bath on Green Street …

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Mary Henderson Obituary (2022) – Washington, Pennsylvania

Mary Louise Engle Henderson, 96, formerly of Weirton, W.Va., died on Sunday January 9, 2022 in Newark, Ohio. She was born on February 2, 1925 in Washington, Pennsylvania, to the late Glenn and Helen Davis Engle. She graduated from Trinity High School in 1943 and was a clerk for the …

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Indiana Football Coaches Association names 2021 Good Works team

The Indiana Football Coaches Association has announced its 2021 Good Works team to recognize players, groups and entire teams who are committed to serving others. As determined by the IFCA, all of the nominees have “served in an extraordinary way and are huge representatives of the power of football to …

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Obituary of Cynthia Kay (Rounds) “Cindy” Huff

Peacock-Larsen Funeral Home Cynthia Kay (Rounds) “Cindy” Huff Cynthia Kay (Rounds) “Cindy” Huff, 68, died on December 17, 2021 at the Center of Park West in Pueblo with her daughter, Heather by her side. She was born on May 6, 1953 in La Junta de Kenneth and Dortha (Carnal) Rounds. …

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Discovery treasure hunt in Piedmont offering $ 2,000 in prizes | Food drink

GREENSBORO, NC (January 4, 2022) – Eight local towns and villages and Guilford County have launched the Piedmont scavenger hunt. County-wide 12-month competition will bring over $ 2,000 in prizes to All-A-Flutter Butterfly Farms, Blue Duck, Fleet Feet, Great Outdoor Provision Company, Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro Science Center, Kersey Valley, NC …

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Icons of Oklahoma, General Jerry Holmes and Vince Orza

General Jerry Holmes spoke about foreign policy with Anwar Sadat. Vince Orza won the Oklahoma governor primary in every party. Trish the Dish and I have had great visits with both Fridays. One of the best things about traveling isn’t just seeing cool things. It’s reconnecting with great people. That …

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STUDENTS OF THE WEEK (January 1-7, 2022) | Extra Quarter

Sponsored by Sunrise Optimists and Neighborhood Extra Edin Mujagic, son of Duzela and Husejn Mujagic, is a sixth year student at Scott Middle School. Edin was nominated to be a leader in class discussions, to be a role model of positivity, and to be responsible and respectful. He notably received …

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National park to use former peninsula golf course as a revenue-generating campsite

Regarding the Dec. 5 report on Cuyahoga Valley National Park acquiring 207 acres of taxable land in Peninsula Village (“Force of nature”), I doubt the huge park actually needs the prairie acreage. flat of the old golf course. The park already contains many miles of trails and thousands of acres …

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Golf is a family affair for Spurs’ Doug McDermott

When or: 7:30 p.m. Monday, AT&T Center TV / radio: BSSW; 1200 AM, 1350 AM (Spanish), 107.5 FM (Spanish) PROBABLE ENTRIES Jazz: PG Mike Conley (6-1, 15th), SG Jordan Clarkson (6-5, 8th), SF Bojan Bogdanovic (6-8, 8th), PF Royce O’Neale (6-6, 5th), C Rudy Gobert ( 7-1, 9th) Spurs: PG …

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Mark your calendar: December 23-29

Submit your list of events to dailyherald.com/share; the deadline is two weeks before the event date or the registration deadline. Note: Things are moving quickly with the appearance of the COVID omicron variant, so keep an eye out for updates, cancellations, and vaccine / mask requirements. In progress “It’s a …

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What comes next for Tiger Woods, no one knows

ORLANDO, Florida – Not knowing exactly how this week would go, Joe LaCava decided to head to Florida a few days earlier. After a year of virtual inactivity, Tiger Woods’ caddy wanted to get out of the house. Playing golf with his son, Joe Jr., and soaking up the sun …

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Macdonald of Winchester, new president of Mass Golf | Middlesex East

Mass Golf has a new Chairman of its Board of Directors and is a local member of the Winchester Country Club. Alan Macdonald, 77, succeeds Thomas Berkel. Macdonald was previously Treasurer and Vice-President since joining the Board of Directors in 2007. “I have always been delighted to have the chance …

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Charles Monroe Litel – American Press

With a wink and a beaming smile, Charlie Litel made the world a better place. Known for his compassion for others, his intelligence, his purposeful demeanor and his willingness to listen, Charlie was quick to help others and sincerely wanted to get to know them. He was selfless in his …

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New podcast featuring Moore County to launch in January | News

The Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen Area Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) today officially announced a new bi-monthly podcast scheduled to launch on January 4, 2022. The Paradise in the Pines podcast will be hosted by Phil Werz, President and CEO of CVB, and will present guests and topics related to …

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Joan Shannon obituary (1933 – 2021) – Bakersfield, CA

JOAN VERNA SHANNON November 13, 1933 November 19, 2021 It is in loving memory that the Shannon family share the passing of their devoted wife, mother, grandmother and educator Joan Verna Shannon on November 19, 2021, at the age of 88. She was the only daughter of Charles and Letha …

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South African expat based in Dubai triumphs over physical challenge and climbs Mount Everest base camp

Shelvin Kraemer, a South African expatriate from Dubai with a permanent disability, takes on the challenge of reaching Mount Everest base camp. Image Credit: Dubai: Shelvin Kraemer, 43, a South African expatriate from Dubai with a permanent disability has just reached the base camp of Mount Everest (5,364 meters, 17,598 …

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KSHSAA Announces Hall of Fame Class of 2022

Sports Written by: Press release Date of publication: 08-12-2021 Five individuals have been selected to be inducted into the Kansas State High School Activities Association Hall of Fame Class of 2022. The awards will be presented in 2022 in conjunction with a KSHSAA sponsored state function / championship, or locally …

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Locally: Elyse Bennett, senior from Washington State, selected to All-American Second Team

Washington State in fifth grade Elyse Bennett capped an outstanding season being named the 2021 NCAA Division I Women’s All-American Second Team by United Soccer Coaches, just the third Cougar in program history to earn the honor. Bennett, who joins Morgan Weaver (2019) and Micaela castin (2013) as All-Americans, is …

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Minnesota student-athletes enjoy brand under new NCAA rules

For just $ 10, Parker Fox, a University of Minnesota basketball player, will sell you a personalized video. He started supporting local businesses on his Instagram. The 6-foot-8 forward is even making deals with campus restaurants to promote his name – “Parker Fox Loaded Tater Tots” will soon be on …

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High school sports: Mexican Jacob Hill breaks school record in first season as a kicker | Oswego County

MEXICO – If Jacob Hill decides to play the lottery, his best bet would be to use the 9-2-3 streak in his selection of numbers. The Mexico City high school student recently completed his first and only season as a college football kicker by converting 36 of 39 extra point …

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Even Rory McIlroy, PGA Tour PAC President, Believes Players Should Be able to Compete Where They Want | Golf News and Tour Information

NEW PROVIDENCE, Bahamas — The PGA Tour’s talking point these days is other tours. There’s Greg Norman’s LIV Golf Investments, which is injecting $ 200 million into the Asian Tour and caused a stir by announcing that it had prompted a few dozen of the world’s best to compete in …

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Toys, for girls and boys: Thousands of Harrisburg children will receive Christmas presents thanks to Harrisburg marine reserves

The sergeant major of the marine reserve. Edel Castillo kicked off this year’s Toys For Tots annual campaign at a time when many were focusing more on that latest dip in the pool than holiday giveaways. The Harrisburg Marine Reserve Unit campaign officially began on October 1. However, a few …

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Four generations: the Nicoson legacy

Angus Nicoson coaches the Indiana Central University basketball team in a game. (Photo provided by the University of Indianapolis Athletics) Going back to the head coach and eating pizza with the coaching staff after soccer games is not something most kids experience. University of Indianapolis men’s and women’s golf coach …

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Brooks Koepka defeats Bryson DeChambeau in made-for-TV game | Golf

Whether this will resolve their feud once and for all remains to be seen, but Brooks Koepka beat Bryson DeChambeau 4 and 3 in a 12-hole edition of “The Match” on Friday at Wynn Golf Club in Las Vegas. The bitter rivalry of the players grabbed the headlines in the …

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“Christmas Vacation” at Camp Landing | New

CANNONSBURG A unique event that includes the presentation of an all-time Christmas classic is scheduled for Saturday. The Camp Landing cinema will show “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” and offer a few extras with the price of admission. Camp Landing will air the film on the big screen and has partnered …

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Church Christmas tree lot supports children and competes for the sale title

“You can see how buying a Christmas tree, in this case, can change a child’s life,” Jaime Milford said. She is the mother of a young cancer survivor and founded the Victorious Reagan & Friends Foundation to provide financial assistance to families affected by childhood cancer. The “BUY A TREE. …

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Arkansas places eighth at NCAA Championships with a pair of All-Americans

TALLAHASSEE, Florida – Arkansas finished in eighth place at the 2021 NCAA Championships on Saturday. Lauren Gregory led the Razorbacks over the 6,000m distance in Apalachee Regional Park while Isabel Van Camp joined her for All-America honors. Entering the competition ranked No.7, Arkansas scored 328 points and Gregory finished 19e …

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BYU cross country competing for national titles in Florida | News, Sports, Jobs

BYU’s Conner Mantz prepares to cross the finish line of the West Coast Conference Men’s Cross Country Championships at Timpanogos Golf Course in Provo on Friday, November 12, 2021. (Photo courtesy BYU) The BYU men’s and women’s cross country are preparing to compete in the NCAA Cross Country Championships at …

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No.7 Razorbacks ready to fight at NCAA Championships

The No.7 Razorbacks return to Florida State’s Apalachee Regional Park for Saturday’s NCAA Championship race, which will be broadcast live on ESPNU starting at 9 a.m. (CT). The women’s 6,000m event will start at 9:20 am CT. This is the 34th time a team from Arkansas has competed at the …

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Further expansion of the Watersound hotel and facilities planned for 2022

WALTON COUNTY, Fla. (WMBB) – A five-year-long Watersound development is approaching the finish line. The $ 70 million project will include a new hotel, as well as a major amenities expansion near Camp Creek Golf Club. The Watersound Camp Creek expansion began in 2019 and when completed would include the …

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The secret of the old trophy

It could be a Nancy Drew book called “The Secret of the Old Trophy” or maybe an Ellery Queen novel called “The Loving Cup Mystery”. Millie Neiman Korach’s antique vase has a curious past. For decades Akron’s wife, 96, has used the silver container to display fresh flowers. This is …

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Best Tenerife hotels in 2022

Meliá Hacienda Del Conde / Booking.com Magnificent weather, spectacular beaches and a pair of volcanic national parks, the Canary Island of Tenerife is a tempting destination for a sunny getaway any time of year. BEST HOTELS IN TENERIFE From the snow-capped peaks of El Teide, the highest mountain in all …

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Ten of the best campgrounds in New Zealand

The camp The Camp, Lake Hāwea offers cabins, safaris and bell tents. Camping has come a long way since the days of sheltering under a tarp on uneven grass; summer vacation parks are now equipped with everything from cozy villas and safari tents to outdoor pizza ovens and swim-up bars. …

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The strategists who made the “Youngkin Republican”

On maintaining the “local” race: “In a gubernatorial race, if you go knock on a door and say, ‘I’m running for governor,’ they’ll say, ‘Oh, hey, are you a Republican or a Democrat? Partisanship is usually an early issue. But then they say, “What do you think of education? What …

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Kenneth ‘Pete’ Rukenbrod | News, Sports, Jobs

EASTERN PALESTINE – Kenneth “Rock” Rukenbrod, a longtime resident of eastern Palestine, died unexpectedly and peacefully after an active social morning at The Christian House on Saturday, October 30, 2021. Born June 5, 1929 to Kenneth E. and Pauline Ashbaugh Rukenbrod, Pete was the third generation owner / operator of …

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1030 golf points | Golf

Fore Club Seniors at Greenwood Country Club 1st flight: Jody Pulley, +3; John Angus, +3; Donnie Hershberger, +2 2nd Flight: Ronny Culbreth, +5; Jim Roark, +5; James Davis, +2 Closest to the pin: # 6 Rudy Sullivan, # 14 John Angus Ladies Nine Hole at Greenwood Country Club +1: Judi …

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Arkansas aim for 9th consecutive SEC cross-country title

Arkansas No.15 seeks ninth consecutive SEC Cross Country Championship title and it’s 22sd overall this week in another title defense for the Razorbacks. The SEC Championships, hosted by Missouri and held on the Gans Creek Course, will be broadcast live on the SEC network at 10 a.m. on Friday, October …

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Charities Benefit From Fans Return To Golf Tournament

HARTFORD, Connecticut (AP) – The Travelers Championship announced Tuesday that the June golf tournament, with a limited number of fans in attendance, raised more than $ 2.2 million for Connecticut charities. That was up from the $ 1.6 million raised in 2020 when Cromwell’s tournament was the third post-quarantine event …

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How former UT star Corby Robertson created Whispering Pines

TRINITY – Corby Robertson knew a thing or two about golf course routing. Yes, the sport Robertson was most closely associated with was soccer – he was recruited heavily by University of Texas coaching legend Darrell Royal and then twice named All-American while captain of the Longhorns at the 1969 …

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Francis I. “Pete” Scott | News, Sports, Jobs

Francis I. “Pete” Scott Francis I. “Rock” Scott, 87, of Endeavor, Pa., Attended the Lord’s Care on Thursday, October 14, 2021 at Titusville Hospital in Titusville, Pa. He was born September 20, 1934 in Tionesta, Pennsylvania, the son of the late Walter and Ruth (Kiffer) Scott Jr. Pete graduated from …

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Friday Sports Results – WLDS

Today in the 2A State Boys’ Golf Final, Brady Kaufmann shot a 68 and is two strokes off the lead in 3rd place at Illinois State University’s Weibring Golf Club. Routt’s Isaac Anderson led the region in the Class 1A final at the Prairie Vista Golf Course in Bloomington. He …

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Mid-Am winner caddy an alum from Sankaty Caddy Camp

(Oct 7, 2021) As Stewart Hagestad lifted the US Mid-Amateur Trophy on the 17th green at Sankaty Head Golf Club on Friday, bathed in gallery adoration, his younger son, Peter Kiley, 18, smirked contentedly in the background. He was the man behind the champion. And as a four-time member of …

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Altitude International provides an update on the CEO

PORT ST. LUCIE, Florida, October 6, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Altitude International Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: “ALTD”) has released the following business update through its CEO, Mr. Gregory Breunich. “Since our last shareholder update on 25 August 2021, Altitude International has implemented a rebranding program to increase market awareness and …

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TSSAA State Golf Tournament: Brentwood Boys and Clarksville Girls Win State AA Championships; Franklin’s Sophia DiPaolo Wins Women’s Individual Title | Sumner

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Jones and Manning remember the classic 7-OT game

Eli Manning got his first glimpse of Matt Jones almost 20 years ago – during Arkansas’ seven-hour overtime game with Ole Miss. Manning remembers what he saw that night of November 3, 2001 in Oxford, Mississippi, and it still amazes him. “Looks like you don’t run that fast,” Manning told …

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Gathering of Rangers: Lafrenière offers good vibes for a liaison trip; Wolf Pack announces training camp lineup; and more

October 2, 2021; Boston, Massachusetts, United States; New York Rangers left wing Alexis Lafreniere (13) celebrates with teammates after scoring the game-winning goal against the Boston Bruins during overtime at TD Garden. Mandatory Credit: Brian Fluharty-USA TODAY Sports Alexis Lafrenière, with a stick and a flick of the wrist, tied …

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San Diego, twice NBA loser, perfect host for 3-team camps

SAN DIEGO (AP) – Ty Lue was seven when the San Diego Clippers packed their basketballs and uniforms and drove the 120-mile freeway to Los Angeles after the 1983-84 season, becoming the second NBA team to drop “America’s Finest City” in 13 years. Even at 44, the second-year Los Angeles …

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Razorbacks eager to race home at Chile Pepper Festival

FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas No.10 will compete at 5 p.m. Friday in the 33rd Annual Chilean Pepper Festival on a 5,000 m course in Agri Park. A 79-team field is slated to compete amid a pair of races with 12 nationally ranked programs involved among Division I, Division II and NJCAA …

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Tahoe’s Lost Story: Camp Talawanda

Group photo of Talawanda campers courtesy of Ed Hodges Ed Hodges, a self-proclaimed history sleuth and retired teacher residing in San Jose, California, went to visit Lake Tahoe with his wife and sister, Vicki Carruthers in 2009 while on vacation. While there, her sister remembered a camp she attended when …

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Berger and Koepka help USA win Ryder Cup

TALLAHASSEE, Florida (Seminoles.com) – Florida State Men’s Golf alumni Brooks Koepka and Daniel Berger were instrumental in routing the United States to Europe in the 2020 Ryder Cup held last weekend at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisconsin . Berger contributed two points in three games played in his first Ryder …

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The Flyers’ most intriguing training camp stories

The Flyers have just completed what could be described as the most disappointing season in a string of disappointing seasons for a team decades away from its last Stanley Cup victory. However, it’s interesting that the Oranges and Blacks haven’t missed the playoffs in consecutive seasons since 1993-94. For the …

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Talented boys’ golf team gets off to a good start

Balanced is the best way to describe the 2021 Hingham Boys’ Golf Team. A good mix of seasoned players coupled with a number of first and second year golfers. This balanced team is enjoying a revealing 8-1 start to the season. Golf teams generally have the toughest schedules of all …

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Best things to do in beautiful Oxnard

Fun in the sun or vibrant nightlife – the choices are almost endless in Oxnard, California. This cultural and historic destination between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara offers 7 miles of deserted beaches along the central California coast. With 276 sunny days a year, it’s hard to beat the weather. …

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New golf cart motivates Carolina Burns and Reddick

CHARLOTTE, NC (AP) – Carolina Panthers defensive end Brian Burns imagines driving around the Wofford College campus next summer at training camp in his tricked new golf cart waving to his teammates . This will mean that he has won “the bet”. Burns and new Panthers passing thrower Haason Reddick …

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Huskies finish second at Mid-Penn | News, Sports, Jobs

Sentinel photo by MIKE GOSS Owen Wise of Mifflin County puts on a putt in his Monday afternoon round at Lewistown Country Club. From staff reports MECHANICSBURG – The Mifflin County golf team came in on Monday afternoon with a shot at the Keystone Mid-Penn Division Championship, but that just …

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Hirst named LPGA Junior Golf Chef of the Year – Farmville

From her days as an outstanding player at Longwood, former student of girls’ golf Charlaine Coetzee Hirst has spent decades as a golf ambassador, continually seeking to help the game develop and reach new players. This week, the LPGA recognized their efforts by naming them LPGA Professionals Junior Golf Leader …

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Prospect Interviews: Justin Robidas and Bobby Orr

Justin Robidas and Bobby Orr have been kind enough to take the time to talk to Canes Country about their time in Raleigh so far and the season ahead. Interview with Justin Robidas Explain to us where you were when you found out you had been selected by the Hurricanes? …

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Razorbacks race in southern Stampede, UA adds Oregon meet

Members of the Razorback women’s cross country team travel to Joplin, Missouri for a 5,000m race Saturday at 8:30 am on the Tom Rutledge course at the Missouri Southern Stampede. Arkansas, which remains ranked No. 6 nationally in the USTFCCCA NCAA Coaching Poll, also added a meet to their 2021 …

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Gregory and Prinsloo take SEC Runner of the Week honors

Shawn Prize September 7, 2021 BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Two Razorbacks were honored by the conference bureau following a perfect scoring team victory for the Arkansas women in the Mizzou Opener. Individual winner Lauren Gregory was named the SEC Runner of the Week while Carmie Prinsloo shared SEC Freshman Runner of …

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Humberto Sanchez of Indiana honored after Kabul attack

At first glance, Humberto Sanchez looks like many young corporals serving in the Marines. He went through one of the army’s toughest basic training programs to become a “strategic warrior” and defend his country. Beside other members of the service in the photos, he was standing, sporting the Marine Camouflage …

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Labor shortage leaves Brookline Recreation with vacancies

Employers are struggling to fill positions amid a nationwide labor shortage, and Brookline is not immune. Across the city, small businesses, restaurants, and even city departments have too many opportunities and not enough applicants. Among the hardest hit is Brookline’s Recreation Department, which relies on part-time and seasonal staff to …

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Camp of the Saints: Day 20 Practice Notes and Observations

The Saints had a fairly brief practice on Tuesday afternoon following their preseason victory over the Jaguars in Monday Night Football. The team had an impressive start and performance from its starting squads, which mainly included connection Jameis Winston and Marquez Callaway. Here’s a look at what we saw for …

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