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Bobcat Radio Previews Thursday's Game, Talks Soto And More

By Brenden Snow
Sports Reporter


Andrew Zimmel, Brenden Snow and Jordan Meyers kick-off this Wednesday edition talking about the USMNT embarrassing loss. Then, they jump into Texas State sports to discuss the red hot soccer and volleyball teams. 58 more words


Pink & Parent Night

Kosse and Kort

Tuesday night was pink out night for the Lawrence Nelson-Blue Hill volleyball game. This was to show our total support for breast cancer as it is breast cancer awareness month. 77 more words

Blue Hill

The Warhawks Fly High

By Parker Rhea
Sports Director

Bobcats struggle, yet again, to play a complete game as the offensive minded Warhawks get the win 45 to 27. The Cats came out looking spectacular on offense scoring 20 points in the 1st quarter, but the defense allowed 19. 226 more words


Rowan University Profs-Frostburg State University Bobcats football recap

By Kyle Lutz

On Saturday September 23rd at home (at Richard Wackar Stadium), the Rowan Profs’ football team lost 24-10 to division-rival Frostburg State.

After a slow start in the first half by FSU, in the second half, after Rowan went up by a field goal at halftime, Rowan’s inability to push the field and come up with points cost them. 1,608 more words


2012 Ohio Bobcats Independence Bowl Championship Champions Ring

2012 Ohio Bobcats Independence Bowl Championship Champions Ring
You Are Bidding On A 2012 Ohio Bobcats Independence Bowl Championship Ring. The Ring Is 40 Grams With A Beautiful Bobcat On Top Of What Appears To Be Black Onyx Or A Black Stone On The Ring Top. 50 more words


14th ranked Quinnipiac men's hockey ready to start another NCAA tournament streak


The Quinnipiac men’s hockey team opens its season this week with a game at Boston College on Friday.

Rand Pecknold’s team starts the season ranked 14th in the preseason polls. 86 more words


College Fair

Schmidt – Shaw

On Monday, September 25,  juniors and seniors visited CCC for a college fair. There were several colleges from all over Nebraska, and even out of state colleges. 184 more words