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Hatcher, Boggs have great experiences with travel ball
Last in a series Many youth across the country play travel ball in baseball or softball. Hitting the road to play ball has garnered positive and negative responses nationwide. Some say it increases their chances of injuries and burnout in their sport, while others feel it helps them become better players and makes them more prepared for high school and college ball. In this final installment of the travel ball series, two local people will share this experiences playing travel ball and what it did for them. Emily Hatcher Cleveland resident Emily Hatcher, 21, knows all about the ups and down...
Aug 17, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 15 15 recommendations | email to a friend
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Finley loving life as Shaw head coach
The Shaw Hawks Football program has quickly become one of 1A's most fearsome teams. In the past three seasons, the Hawks have put together a stellar resume going 29-11 overall and compiling a 20-3 ...
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First practice a success at DSU
Shortly after the ribbon cutting took place for the new artificial turf on the football field at Parker Field-McCool Stadium, the Delta State University Statesmen went to work. The Statesmen held t...
Aug 12, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 22 22 recommendations | email to a friend
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Ladner wins club title
The 60th Annual Cleveland Country Club Championship Golf Tournament proved to be an exciting event this weekend. When Sunday’s action came to a close, Philip Ladner ended up winning the event with ...
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DSU athletics discuss pros and cons of new turf
The turf project for Delta State University’s Parker Field-McCool Stadium was completed on July 28, as crews walked through the final inspection. Ronnie Mayers, director of athletics at Delta State...
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