Archive For July 2009

Despite Post 124 rally, Greenwood clinches league

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Letting nine runs cross the plate before the first out was recorded in the third inning on Tuesday night, it would have been easy for the Walhalla American Legion Post 124 baseball team to throw in the towel against Greenwood Post 20.

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Gamecocks add 5th O-line pledge

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Offensive lineman Corey Robinson of Havelock, N.C. became South Carolina’s 12th commitment for 2010 on Tuesday, when he announced a pledge to the Gamecocks during a gathering at his school.

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Bobcats’ summer camps a big hit in community

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While many high school coaches are at home enjoying what precious time they have with their families this summer, many from Seneca High School have been staying plenty busy over the last several weeks.

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Prado lifts Braves past Phillies in 10th

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Martin Prado’s 10th-inning single triggered a celebration on the field, and was only part of his terrific night.

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The last word in astrology: 7/01/09

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CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Liv Tyler, 32; Missy Elliott, 38; Carl Lewis, 48; Dan Aykroyd, 57

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Britain’s queen orders count of swans

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Britain’s Queen Elizabeth is preparing to have her swans counted. Buckingham Palace has announced that the annual Swan Upping, a tradition dating back to the 12th century which involves a census of the swan population on the River Thames, will be conducted by the queen’s official Swan Marker from July 20-24.

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NCAA denies Kelvin Sampson appeal

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The NCAA is finished with the latest Kelvin Sampson saga. The NCAA on Tuesday rejected an appeal from the former Indiana basketball coach, who was slapped with five years of potential penalties for taking part in more than 100 impermissible calls to recruits while coaching the Hoosiers.

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Senate to hold hearing on college football’s BCS

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The Senate plans to hold a hearing next week looking into antitrust issues surrounding the Bowl Championship Series. It’s the second time this year that Congress is shining a light on the polarizing system college football uses to crown its national champion.

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Second opinion on Mets CF Beltran the same

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The injury-riddled New York Mets got some good news Tuesday when a second examination of All-Star center fielder Carlos Beltran’s bruised right knee also indicated surgery is not required.

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Boozer, Okur stay with Jazz

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Carlos Boozer and Mehmet Okur are both staying with the Utah Jazz next season.

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