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Lincoln football raises funds for Honor Flight

WISCONSIN RAPIDS — The Lincoln High School football team presented a donation for $5,845 to Jim Campbell and Mike Thompson, co-founders of the Never Forgotten Honor Flight, during its banquet Wednesday.  159 more words


Late interception seals win for Union City

MUNCIE, Ind. — In a game filled with big plays, Tyler Thornhill made sure Union City had the last word.

Thornhill’s interception in the end zone — followed by a 100-yard scamper to the other end of Scheumann Stadium — put an end to a back-and-forth affair that opened Saturday’s slate of Tri-Eastern Conference football games on Ball State’s campus. 697 more words


Falcons, Knights among top things to watch in TEC football opening week

Winchester’s Kiante Enis enters the 2015 football season in the conversation for the Mr. Football award.

When will he get started?

Last year, the Michigan-bound running back finished with the fourth-best rushing yards season in Indiana high school history. 503 more words


New Union City coach brings new expectations

Mike Thompson comes to Union City from a pretty successful stint as head coach in the state of Missouri.

The former Coach of the Year in the Show-Me State’s Class 2 brings about 18 years of coaching experience, as well as a high standard to the always-competitive Indians program. 779 more words


He Makes The Rules. You Make The Choice. The Past Catches Up To Everyone

Today I watched an American crime thriller from 2011. Titled “Choose”, it was the directorial debut by Marcus Graves, written by the team of Brandon Camp and Mike Thompson (“Love Happens”, “Dragonfly”). 360 more words


Minnesota Baseball POY: Eduardo Estrada

The Gatorade State Baseball Players of the Year were selected based on athletic production and impact in the 2014-15 season. Each winner also demonstrated high academic achievement and exemplary personal character, including volunteerism, sportsmanship and community leadership. 173 more words


SPASH baseball denied fourth straight trip to state

RIVER FALLS – From the start of the WIAA Division 1 sectional semifinal Tuesday, destiny refused to side with Stevens Point Area Senior High.

A routine ground ball took a bad hop and hit starting shortstop Trev Anderson, the team’s leader in hitting, in the face in the third inning. 733 more words