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HS Football: Dunbar freshman Seneca Milledge learning fast

Every athlete has his own little ritual. Seneca Milledge tosses a brick to himself.

The Dunbar freshman, who has yet to catch a pass for the Tigers, says it helps him improve grip strength and makes the football feel “very soft and like you can just squeeze it and bust it.” 749 more words


Charleston Shooting Victim's Son Throws Out Pitch, Homers At Yankee Stadium

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Chris Singleton took a huge swing and watched the ball sail high into the first row of seats in left at Yankee Stadium, drawing loud whoops and fist bumps from a bunch of big leaguers around the batting cage. 674 more words


HOPE Week: Chris Singleton's message

The Yankees began their seventh annual HOPE Week (Helping Others Persevere & Excel) Monday with the story of Chris Singleton, a baseball player at Charleston Southern University, Chris was a normal student and college athlete when tragedy changed his life. 249 more words

High school football two-a-days: Division III, Sections VIII and VII

Leading up to the high school football season on Aug. 21, each day we’ll look at two divisions and sections.


The teams: 913 more words


TV Talk: E:60 Returns To ESPN For It's Summer Lineup

E:60 Kicks Off Special Summer Line-Up Following Record, Award-Winning Spring

On the heels of an unprecedented month of accolades, ESPN’s award winning news magazine, E:60, returns for a special month of stories on ESPN Tuesday, July 21 at 8 p.m. 359 more words

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So Where was God in Charleston?

So Where was God in Charleston?

Maybe you believe in God, maybe you don’t.  But these thoughts may likely cross your mind after the massacre in Charleston:  Where was God while those people were stalked by this young, hateful man and killed?  722 more words

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Charleston Shooting Victim’s Son Says Love Is Stronger Than Hate

The teenage son of Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, one of the nine people killed in a shooting at a historically black church in Charleston, S.C. Wednesday night, spoke Thursday about the loss of his mother. 145 more words