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Everett boys hoops trying to keep momentum going

Everett’s boys basketball team has already accomplished something it hadn’t in its first two seasons led by Desmond Ferguson.

And the Vikings, who opened the season with victories over Okemos and Waverly, are ready to add to what is their first winning streak under Ferguson. 549 more words

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Boys basketball: Wittchow scores 36 as Laconia cruises

Laconia 78, Omro 57: Brett Wittchow went off for 36 points as the Laconia boys basketball team crushed Omro in Flyway Conference action.

Drew Gunnink added 12 points for the Spartans, while Linden Young had nine. 62 more words

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High School Results, December 18

Attention High School Coaches

High school coaches are asked to report varsity game results from 8-11 p.m. Monday-Friday and 5-11 p.m. on Saturdays.

Call IndyStar sports at (317) 444-6644 or email hsresults@indystar.com. 373 more words

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Many receives championship ring of old

When tragedy strikes, people and select items are priceless items that can never be replaced.

Following a January 1996 car accident on Arkansas Road that left him with a severe concussion and a broken nose, Sterlington powerlifting coach and football assistant Jeremy Many thought one of his priceless possessions was lost forever. 455 more words

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Rajon Rondo has been traded, THAT'S INSANE

Well for all of you Boston Celtics fans, I am incredibly sorry. A deal between the Boston Celtics and Dallas Mavericks has been made to trade Rajon Rondo for three players. 272 more words

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Ross girls can’t keep up with Clay

FREMONT – For the opening 10 minutes of its game against Oregon Clay, the Fremont Ross girls basketball team looked like it could run and keep up with the Eagles. 530 more words

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Slow start dooms Berlin against Freedom

Freedom 49, Berlin 31: The Indians were held to just eight pionts in the first half and fell into a 20-point halftime hole in the loss to Freedom. 50 more words

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