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Daily Archives: 27th January 2018

No. 22 Tennessee rolls past Iowa State 68-45 (Jan 27, 2018)

AMES, Iowa (AP) Reserve Lamonte Turner scored 20 points, James Daniel III had 16 off the bench and 22nd-ranked Tennessee rolled past Iowa State 68-45 on Saturday in the SEC/Big 12 Challenge for its sixth win in seven games. Admiral Schofield had 10 points and seven rebounds for the Volunteers (15-5), who overcame a horrid start to post their fifth ...

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Kyle Busch: 2017 title loss “painful” because of how close it was

As good as Martin Truex Jr. was last season, if he had to do it all over again, Kyle Bush believes he could easily have ended up with his second Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship. “I definitely feel as though we matched them at Homestead. You know, I’d say that we were actually a little bit better than they ...

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Simms has 23 points, Arkansas St. holds off Appalachian St. (Jan 27, 2018)

BOONE, N.C. (AP) Deven Simms sank four free throws in the final seconds to total 23 points as Arkansas State sprinted to an early lead but then had to fend off a late Appalachian State rally for a 93-88 win on Saturday. Arkansas State (8-14, 3-6 Sun Belt Conference) dominated early to take a 56-32 advantage into halftime. The Red ...

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Green Party Sticks Up For Elizabeth May After Bullying Accusations

The Green Party says it is “firmly behind” leader Elizabeth May in spite of recent allegations that she bullied and berated former staff. The allegations, published in the Toronto Star on Saturday, come from three former employees who allege May created a hostile work environment by yelling at and insulting employees. In a statement issued hours after the Star story ...

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Sommer took unique path to pro baseball — and Norwalk Hall of Fame

Tim Sommer took a unique path to star baseball status. Growing up in Norwalk, the 1960 graduate attended Norwalk High School when it didn’t yet have a baseball program. Furthermore, the Maple City didn’t even yet have a Little League program. Eventually over time, Sommer honed his baseball craft. After playing for two years at Ohio University in 1961 and ...

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