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Westmoreland Boys Basketball Notebook: Shootout at Seton Hill Returns

Westmoreland Boys Basketball Notebook: Shootout at Seton Hill Returns

Through: Bill Beckner Jr. Thursday 27 January 2022 | 11:23 pm Basketball showcase events passed by last season as the covid pandemic extended its long reach across high school and college sports. But this weekend, a local event returns with five games played at Seton Hill’s McKenna Center. The Shootout at Seton Hill will be …

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Papillion-La Vista beats Papio South to win Metro Conference boys bowling tournament |  In the game

Papillion-La Vista beats Papio South to win Metro Conference boys bowling tournament | In the game

Mike Patterson Omaha World Herald Papillion-La Vista avenged two previous losses against Papillion-La Vista South in Wednesday’s final of the Metro Conference boys’ tournament. The Monarchs won 3-1 in the best-of-five championship at Maplewood Lanes after the Titans defeated Papio twice in December. Coach Derik Jensen said he was optimistic going into the tournament despite …

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Magic Valley Prep Sports Roundup: Bowling, boys and girls basketball |  Southern Idaho High School Sports

Magic Valley Prep Sports Roundup: Bowling, boys and girls basketball | Southern Idaho High School Sports

TIMES NEWS WEDNESDAY’S RESULTS Burley 34, Minico 29: BURLEY — Stockton Sheets scored 17 points for Burley, Stockton Page scored six points. Buhl 53, Declo 52: DECLO — Kaden Ramsey scored 16 for Declo. R. Kelly led Buhl with 17, and Cade Deboard scored 12. Twin Falls 45, Canyon Ridge 42 Mountain Home 46, Capital …

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Nassir Little defends diving game that frustrated Kyrie Irving

Nassir Little defends diving game that frustrated Kyrie Irving

CHICAGO — After Kyrie Irving said Nassir Little’s dive near his legs during the Nets’ defeat in Portland on Monday night was a “bad” and “unnecessary” move that left him injuring his left ankle, the Trail assailants fired. Blazers back. Little implied that Irving was “insane” and said he would do the same dive again. …

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Latrobe girls basketball integrates guarded approach

Latrobe girls basketball integrates guarded approach

Through: Bill Beckner Jr. Wednesday 26 January 2022 | 16:46 Christopher Horner | Tribune Review Bailey Watson (20) of Latrobe celebrates with Camille Dominick after his goal against Woodland Hills on January 20, 2022 at Greater Latrobe High School. Christopher Horner | Tribune Review Elle Snyder of Latrobe shoots a three-pointer over Jhalynn Wilson of …

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Rolling thunder: New Braunfels bowler shatters state, equals national record |  Community Warning

Rolling thunder: New Braunfels bowler shatters state, equals national record | Community Warning

When New Braunfels senior bowler Maggie Thoma walked into Fiesta Lanes on Friday, January 14, she was still on her first career 300 game. By the time Thoma left, she was the new National and State Girls record holder after posting near-perfect performances in a row. As they competed for the Unicorns, the senior began …

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Column: Baseball inflicted more damage on itself than Bonds ever did

Column: Baseball inflicted more damage on itself than Bonds ever did

The damage Barry Bonds did to baseball pales in comparison to the damage baseball inflicted on itself back then and since. So say what you will about the steroid era, at least the games were still worth watching. You can’t say that about baseball these days, assuming it’s even available on a TV set where …

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