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South Bend TribuneEmma Libersky, a sophomore at Plymouth High School, got top honors at the Indiana Poetry Out Loud Competition in Indy. She will represent the state at the national finals on April 29-30 in Washington, D.C. Twenty-four other schools competed but Emma...
Tags: Washington, DC, Teaching and Learning, Poetry, Students, Asthma
Gabe McClary is just a laid-back kind of guy who smiles at everything, seemingly taking it all in stride. So when the we learned recently that the Winter Park wide receiver had quietly racked up three college football scholarship offers, it wasn’t...
Our family moved from the Jersey Shore to Baltimore in the summer of 1970. The following winter, an irresistible character began frequenting our television. Lefty Driesell was equal parts coach, salesman and showman, and through sheer force of...
Oviedo defensive end Tyree Owens received is second Football Bowl Subdivision scholarship offer on Friday from Georgia Tech. Owens, a 6-foot-4, 256-pound end, received his first off Monday from West Virginia. Owens also has an offer form FCS school East...
Tags: George O'Leary, Football, Sports
The Washington PostShortly before the 10th-ranked Maryland women's basketball team was to begin practice the other afternoon, junior forward Alyssa Thomas was bothered by a touch of stomach discomfort. Coach Brenda Frese didn't think twice before telling the Terps' most...
email@example.comOhio receiver Thaddeus Snodgrass has hinted that he might soon make a decision about where he’ll play his college football, but Springfield coach Eric Gillespie doesn’t think his star junior is quite ready to make that choice just yet....
Terrell Lewis got the break he was looking for on Friday when Georgia Tech extended a football scholarship offer to the Ocoee linebacker/safety. The way Lewis figures, an early first offer will help to serve notice that he’s out there as college...
Tags: Awards and Prizes, Ocoee
Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and editor Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. Who could be some of the surprise players to emerge from spring practice for the Terps? Don Markus:...
Los Angeles looks lush. But as often noted, it is actually an arid wasteland where nothing but artifice and self-interest sprouts naturally. That's the cynical, archetypal reading. For instance, two thirds of the way into Nathanael West's cynical,...
The Florida Gators reeled in three junior-day commitments on Saturday, to bring their Class of 2014 total to six with the additions of Jacksonville Raines offensive guard Travaris Dorsey (6-3, 295), Deland offensive tackle Ben Knox (6-5, 260) and South...
When he's on a film set, Ken Gold sees himself as the sole advocate for the health and welfare of one part of the cast that can't speak for itself: the animals. Gold, who is based in Chicago, has worked for the past 11 years as an American Humane...
L.A. NOWA UC Irvine professor has stopped teaching midway through a massive online course in microeconomics offered through the Coursera organization, saying that he had disagreements on how to conduct the free class for thousands of students around the world....
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