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JV SPLIT: McKay JV Boys Win, North Girls Roll

By Jeremy McDonald

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SALEM, Ore.- Leading up to the Varsity game Friday night, the Junior Varsity games of McKay Scots and North Salem Vikings were going down on the lower and upper gyms at McKay High School. 620 more words

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A Taste of Victory

By Ashley McDonough
Editor

The air was filled with excitement as the SCS student body gathered in the gym. The smell of nachos, churros, and fries lingered as everyone waited with bated breath for the basketball game to start. 207 more words

Highlights from the Phil Campbell Games


Thursday night had all of the Haleyville Basketball teams at home against Phil Campbell. At the high school, the Junior Varsity Lady Lions weren’t able to hold on, falling 19-25 in the first game of the night. 59 more words

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VIDEO: Florida JV basketball player injures defender with crossover, drains trey

They always talk about a great crossover “breaking ankles.” What if it breaks a knee?

That may have been the result of a hybrid hesitation-crossover move authored by a Dunedin (Fla.) junior varsity player in a recent game against Tarpon Springs (we believe). 129 more words

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North Salem JV Rallies To Stun Roseburg To End Season

By Jeremy McDonald

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SALEM, Ore.–  Entering halftime versus Roseburg Thursday night, the North Salem Junior Varsity Football team found themselves down 22-8 following a last second Indian score right as time was expiring. 61 more words

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Battle Of The Northeast: North JV Holds Off Davis, McKay JV's Late Rally

By Jeremy McDonald

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SALEM, Ore.—  Entering the second half of the Junior Varsity game between North Salem and McKay, the Vikings were in full control of the game leading 16-0 as the Scots received the opening kick of the second half. 566 more words

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The JV Football Wolves: The Future of Friday Night Lights

(COVINGTON, La.) — Every Wednesday night, you can watch a group of football players who don’t typically get to play on Fridays. They are the second-stringers, the successors to the seniors who will graduate and leave their slots unfilled. 348 more words

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