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3 hrs ago | HeraldNet

a Therea s no such thing as enough baseballa for Jacksona s Avalos

One might think that after starting playing baseball in March and faced with the prospect of continuing to play through the end of summer, a player would get tired of the sport.

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Related Topix: High School Football, Washington High School Football, Washington High School Sports

7 hrs ago | Richmond County Daily Journal

Year in Review: Raiders find success on tennis courts

Richmond's boys tennis team has qualified for the 4A dual team playoffs the last three seasons and also has been represented in either singles or doubles play in the state tournament three out of the last four years.

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Related Topix: North Carolina High School Sports

Mon Jul 28, 2014

Middlesboro Daily News

UK, Harlan legend 'Wah Wah' Jones passes

An All American in both football and basketball in the 1940s who had the distinction of playing for both Adolph Rupp and Bear Bryant, Wallace "Wah Wah" Jones was perhaps the greatest athlete in University of Kentucky history and the most famous to come out of Harlan County.

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Related Topix: Kentucky High School Sports, Sports, Olympics, Summer Olympics

IBerkshires

Drury's Cote Cops Sportsmanship Award

In an age when pro athletes tend to value showmanship over sportsmanship, Drury High School senior Tyler Cote bucked the trend.

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Related Topix: Massachusetts High School Sports

KCBD-TV Lubbock

Lcu Athletics: Richard Bohlken finishes 16th at CrossFit Games

Richard Bohlken is the fittest man in Texas. The former Lubbock Christian University baseball player finished in 16th place at the 2014 Reebok CrossFit Games, which wrapped up Sunday evening at StubHub Center.

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Contra Costa Times

Novato's Norris family enjoying son's ride as major-league pitcher

Novato's David and Suzi Norris had no idea that their son Bud would become a major leaguer during his tee ball days, but they did start realizing how tenacious of a competitor he was.

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Related Topix: California High School Sports, Sports, American League, Major League Baseball, American League East, Baseball Players, Bud Norris, Adam Wainwright

Ledger-Enquirer.com

Former Georgia track star and Olympian killed in two-vehicle crash

Former Georgia track and field star Torrin Lawrence was killed early Monday in a two-vehicle collision on Interstate 75, according to multiple reports.

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Related Topix: Olympic Track And Field, Summer Olympic, Georgia High School Sports

WALB-TV Albany

Team USA track star killed in crash

Officials have confirmed USA track and field star Torrin Lawrence was killed overnight Monday when a semi truck slammed into his car on I-75 near Cordele.

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Related Topix: Georgia High School Sports

Clarksville Online

North Carolina, West Virginia final two unbeatens at Little League Tournament of State Champions

The state championship teams from North Carolina and West Virginia have an early leg up on being the best or the best, as they won both of their games, July 26th at Merricourt Park, in the 9-10-year old girls softball Tournament of State Champions.

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Related Topix: Little League, Tennessee High School Sports

Sun Jul 27, 2014

Berkshire Eagle

Wahconaha s Marcus Duncan is the All-Eagle boys track and field MVP

Marcus Duncan has a weakness in the 400-meter run. He can admit it, too: He's still trying to get used to coming out of the starting blocks.

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Related Topix: Massachusetts High School Sports

O-R Online

High school notebook: PT quarterback Owen making the rounds

Owen, who is one of the top quarterbacks in the state according to Pennsylvania Preps, has visited Toledo, Bowling Green, Penn State, Pitt and most recently, James Madison.

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Related Topix: Pennsylvania High School Basketball News, Pennsylvania High School Sports, High School Basketball, High School Football, Pennsylvania High School Football

San Bernardino County Sun

Rare summer beach lightning strikes 10 in L.A. County

Ten people were hurt, and at least one needed CPR, as an unusual summer beach lightning storm spread danger from Catalina Island to the shores of Santa Monica Bay on Sunday.

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The Gaston Gazette

Price unexpected pitching standout in Braves' state tournament victory

Due to Sunday's decision to throw High Point out of the state tournament, the Gaston Braves got an unexpected day off.

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The Baltimore Sun

Natural Resources Police find body in Edgewater creek

Maryland Natural Resources Police found the body of a 26-year-old man in Almshouse Creek off the South River Saturday evening.

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Durant Daily Democrat

Phillips signs with MSC7:01 am

Caleb Phillips signs on to play baseball at Murray State College. Also shown are Calera baseball coach Rickey Teafatiller , mom Crystal Phillips and MSC coach Zach Crabtree.

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The Star

Rec Sports for July 27

Submitted photo The U13 Bee Healthy Beastie Bulls were finalists in the recent 3v3 World Tour Georgia State Cup held in Conyers.

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Sat Jul 26, 2014

The York Daily Record

10 YAIAA football games to watch in 2014

William Penn quarterback James Way engineered a 23-point fourth-quarter rally last year when the Bearcats beat Spring Grove, 49-35.

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Kane Co. Chronicle

Kaneland's Holubecki ready for 'big change'

A lot changed, and quickly, for the Kaneland fireballer, who announced Thursday that he's transferring to the prestigious developmental academy in Bradenton, Florida this fall.

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The Fresno Bee

Ask Me: High school runners took Olympic torch to Squaw Valley

Fresno Bee file photo from bound volume, Feb. 6, 1960, page 11A. Eugene Marzette of Edison High carries the Olympic flame on its last lap to Fresno.

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Related Topix: Sports, Olympics, Olympic Winter Games, California High School Sports

The Gaston Gazette

Renovations at North Gaston football stadium kick into high gear

Supporters of North Gaston High School's football program have long felt the grass was greener on other campuses, where county money was used to spruce up stadiums in recent years.

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