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Smaller schools challenge the college establishment

Vanderbilt has been voted to the top spot in college baseball. LSU of the same Southeastern Conference has been voted to the No. 2 position in all the polls that give their attention to baseball. Sitting atop the voter’s polls may get a school a Regional host role and then right back at home in […]

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The results of the Sleepy Hollow ladies golf Member/Member tournament played on May 23 showed Lynne Wiseman/Nancy Streeter winning with a 72. Finishing with 74s were the teams of Dr. Marneerat/Maggie Whitehair and Debbie DeLeonardo/Carolyn Collin. The Daily Tournament of the day was “Lownet” (front or back) minus half handicap. Nancy Streeter won that with […]

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Suns lose but still treat thousands of youngsters

HAGERSTOWN, Md. — It was Education Day at Hagerstown’s Municipal Stadium. This article is exclusive, use Cleeng to view it in full. The rest of this article is exclusive, use Cleeng again to view it. The rest of this article is exclusive, , click “buy” and view it instantly. Exclusive content Already have a Cleeng […]

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Messina named to All-America team

MARSHALL, Minn. — Shepherd outfielder Ryan Messina has been named to the 2013 Daktronics NCAA Division II first-team All-America squad. The junior hit .444. His batting average was the third highest in the country. Messina’s slugging average was .781, also the third-best figure in the nation. His other credentials included 14 home runs, 132 total […]

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Injury aside, Storm Flag Flying has recovered

Foaled in 2000, the filly Storm Flag Flying came into the world with a proverbial silver spoon waiting for her. She was born at the paragon of old-line success, Claiborne Farm in Paris, Kentucky. She was given the attention a leggy daughter of Storm Cat and My Flag (herself the daughter of champion Easy Goer) […]

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The ladies of Sleepy Hollow played golf through the rain on May 16. The Daily Tournament was “Even Holes Only,” minus handicap. Betty Minos won with a three, and Therese Zarlengo challenged her with a four to finish second. Brenda Young was third with a seven. Dr. Marneerat Vongxaiburana won Putts with 15. There is […]

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Grand slam: Cougar runners make it 4 straight

CHARLESTON — With barely a ripple of trouble, Jefferson ran away from its competition in the boys division of the Class AAA state track and field meet at Laidley Field. The 121 points the Cougars totaled easily trumped the 78 points managed by runner-up Cabell Midland. Jefferson’s latest team achievement gave it a grand slam […]

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All over for Jefferson

Hedgesville stumps Cougars, 7-1, to advance This article is exclusive, use Cleeng to view it in full. The rest of this article is exclusive, use Cleeng again to view it. The rest of this article is exclusive, , click “buy” and view it instantly. Exclusive content Already have a Cleeng account? Welcome back! Log-in Logout […]

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Washington’s Hosby sprints to 3 wins

Junior racks up half of Patriots’ 64 team points, takes top time in 100, 200 and 400 CHARLESTON — Washington High sprinter Devyn Hosby had a real red letter day at the Class AAA track and field state meet in Charleston when she reeled off individual wins in three races. Hosby, who would account for […]

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