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SUPERBOWL!!!!

By Shasta Curtis First Quarter The 2017 Super Bowl was a game to make you stand on your toes! The patriots were said to win by many professional coaches to bet on that at any time. The game had a 0-0 score in the first quarter of the game with neither Patriots, nor the Falcons scoring a […]

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A special night for senior sportsmen

By Bridgette Montgomery It has always been a thrill playing your favorite sport for your high school team with your good friends. Having that excitement to go out and do what you love is the best part of that day. But when it comes down to a specific day when you realize it is all […]

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Jordan Spieth wins Masters

By Andrew Lamphar One day they will write books about Jordan Spieth’s nerveless brilliance at the 79th Masters. They’re already rewriting the one comprising the tournament’s records. At the beautiful Augusta National, the 21 year old Texan’s in-breakable composure continued right to the end. We all know the cliché about how the Masters starts on […]

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Australian Open Finals

By Andrew Lamphar Novak Djokovic won his fifth Australian Open title and his eight career grand slam while increasing Andy Murray losing record at Melbourne Park. Djokovic beat Murray 7-6, 6-7, 6-3, 6-0 in the final early Sunday morning (3:00 AM).  Murray had lost twice previously to Djokovic in 2011 and 2013 also to Roger […]

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Cavs Looking For a New Coach…Again

By: David Wysong     The Cleveland Cavaliers have fired their head coach Mike Brown. Sounds familiar doesn’t it? After the 2009-2010 season during the Lebron James saga the Cavaliers fired Mike Brown. Before the 2013-2014 season the Cavaliers hired Brown as their head coach again, last week Brown was fired again after going 33-49 that […]

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Sterling Forced Out of the NBA

By:David Wysong The headlines during the NBA Playoffs have not been what they should have been. It should be something to do with basketball, but this year it is not. There was a recording of Los Angeles Clippers’ owner Donald Sterling that was released to the NBA where he said racial slurs in private to his girlfriend. […]

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Fighting for the Ring

By David Wysong The NBA Playoffs are starting which means two months of high octane exciting professional basketball. The four favorites to win it all are the Miami Heat, Indiana Pacers, San Antonio Spurs, and Oklahoma City Thunder. The Miami Heat are second place in the Eastern Conference this year. They have won the past […]

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Baseball Finally Approaches

By David Wysong Spring is here and summer is fastly approaching. Do you know what that means for sports? That means that baseball is here. Beautiful grass, peanuts, home runs, and much more: it is America’s pastime and rightfully so. It might be a very long game, but there is always excitement with walk-off home […]

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UD flies into the Elite Eight

By Olivia Barhorst The University of Dayton beat Stanford 82–72 to earn a spot in the Elite Eight. With a regular season record 26-10, UD has made a name for themselves in the NCAA March Madness tournament. Going into the first round deemed the underdog, they proved themselves with a tight game against The Ohio […]

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Raising a Banner in Cleveland

By: David Wysong   The Cleveland Cavaliers haven’t had many Hall-Of-Fame type players in their franchise history. Saturday, March 8, they retired a player that was just that: Zydrunas Ilgauskas.     Ilgauskas, also called “Z”, was originally from Lithuania and came to the NBA and played for the Cleveland Cavaliers  in 1996. He played for them until […]

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