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Chiles' Bartlett wins two state titles to lead Timberwolves' repeat

JACKSONVILLE – It was 11 years in between state championships for the Chiles boys track team before it won last year.

Now it’s just been 12 months. 1,013 more words


49ers draft Tattnall's DeAndre Smelter

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) – In a flurry of fourth-round selections Saturday, the San Francisco 49ers fortified their offense.

In a span of 45 minutes to open the final day of the NFL draft, San Francisco added Oklahoma tight end Blake Bell with the 117th overall pick, South Carolina running back Mike Davis at No. 124 more words


Patriots select Columbia's Shaquille Mason in fourth round

Former Columbia Central and Georgia Tech football standout Shaquille Mason played offensive guard in college.

With a first name of Shaq and a middle name of Olajuwon, it’s only fitting that his NFL future probably will be at center. 555 more words


Sharpe, Spurrier earn $50,000 for USC in Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Challenge

COLUMBIA – South Carolina’s Steve Spurrier and Sterling Sharpe won $50,000 in scholarship money for the University of South Carolina in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Challenge on Tuesday. 76 more words

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'It's offer time' becoming a frequent phrase heard by Clinton's Akers

By some measures, receiving a scholarship offer from a football program that owns multiple national championships is the high point for a prospect.

It was certainly special for Clinton athlete Cam Akers, who was offered by Alabama on Monday. 529 more words

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CDC creates new way to vaccinate

ATLANTA – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a new microneedle patch that could make it easier to vaccinate against measles and other diseases. 268 more words


College Notebook: Home-grown athletes excelling


Brianna Stokes (Bellevue 2013) captured All-Mountain East Conference honorable mention after leading the Notre Dame College women’s golf program to a first-place finish at the MEC Spring Invitational from April 19-20 in Pipestem, West Virginia. 792 more words