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The Reserved Section: The Ones That Didn't Make It

#DaReserves, which is the sports subsidiary of Three Amigos Media, based in Nassau, The Bahamas, features Timothy D. Bain & Amajahl Knowles.

Every legacy has to begin somewhere. 579 more words

Opinion

Boys basketball: State tournament scouting reports

Class AA: Mount Vernon

If Mount Vernon will face an opponent equipped to test its youth, this could be it. The Knights — with three sophomore starters and just two seniors on their roster — will confront a physical, veteran team in Saturday’s state semifinals. 1,267 more words

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Haldane faces tough challenge in state semi

Haldane High School’s boys basketball team will certainly have size and overall balance in its favor for Friday night’s Class C state semifinal. Lake George will have a very short drive to Glens Falls Civic Center (9.8 miles), plus this: Joel Wincowski. 326 more words

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Highlight reel: Top competition awaits Section 1 semifinalists

(Photo: Albany Times Union)

Happy St. Patrick’s Day, everyone. I hope you have had/will have a good one.

We’re now just three days from the state final four in Glens Falls. 378 more words

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Cougars hot, Rebels not entering NCAA Tournament

OXFORD – – The waiting and wondering is over.

Ole Miss is indeed headed to the NCAA Tournament.

Now, the question becomes can the Rebels actually do something now that they’re in? 496 more words

SEC News

Why I Still Love Jimmer: And Why You Need to Love Him Too

Back in my high school days when I played basketball at lunch, we had a custom. Whenever one of us would take an unnecessarily long three-pointer, we’d yell “JIMMER!!” This was in reference to Jimmer Fredette, the stand out three point shooter from BYU who could hit a shot from virtually anywhere on the court, so long as it was at least 5 feet beyond the line. 399 more words

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Wincowski breaks Section II all-time scoring record

LAKE GEORGE, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Sectionals tipped off in the Capital Region on Tuesday, and in Warren County, a star basketball player broke a Section II record. 224 more words

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