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Viral Video: Cheerleaders 9/11 Routine

As a cheer coach, as soon as I saw this video, I knew I had to share it with you.  A cheerleading squad at a high school near Houston did a special routine last week to commemorate 9/11. 53 more words


GMC football Week One notebook, Top 10 rankings, standings and more

New Brunswick linebacker German Pimentel, who is a student at Piscataway Tech but is allowed to play for the Zebras as a resident of the city under NJSIAA rules because his high school does not offer football, had a monster season-opening performance. 1,650 more words


Tom’s Tips: Apollo, Tech renew ‘beautiful game’ rivalry

It’s the must-see game of the week, especially for those who follow “the beautiful game.”

Pele, the Brazilian superstar, is widely credited for having first called soccer “the beautiful game,” though British broadcaster Stuart Hall used it extensively in his career, which ran from the 1960-90s. 620 more words


America...Where Did We Go Wrong?

I’m just sitting here in my Bvd’s listening to some of my favorite songs like Bruce Springsteens “Born in the USA”, Lee Greenwood’s “God Bless the USA”, 975 more words


Week ending 7/25/15: #1 singles this week in country music history

1955 (Sales): I Don’t Care/Your Good For Nothing Heart — Webb Pierce (Decca)

1955 (Jukebox): In The Jailhouse Now — Webb Pierce (Decca) 55 more words


God Bless Canada? Huh, Lee Greenwood!!

We’ve been hearing Lee Greenwood’s iconic “God Bless the USA” every July 4th since it came out in 1991, but have you ever heard his version of the same song…for Canada? 54 more words