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Young Snohomish soccer team eyes another state run

Snohomish may have a young team this season, but Snohomish head coach April VanAssche isn’t worried with the nine seniors she returns.

“We still have a great upper class to lead off where we left off last season – we got a little disappointed,” VanAssche said. 449 more words


My Alpha Phi

I’ve been debating whether to share my thoughts on the “controversy” over the recruitment video posted by the Alabama Alpha Phi chapter. Frankly, I’ve moved past the need to defend my choice to be part of a Greek organization, but I suppose I’ll do it one last time. 300 more words

Science for the People: Animal Weapons

This week, Science for the People is talking about weapons: both the ones that evolve in nature, and those created by humanity. We’ll talk about the arms races that spur the development of horns and claws, warships and nuclear weapons, with… 37 more words

Curiosities Of Nature

Emily Lorek, Master's International Student at the University of Montana, Selected for Peace Corps Youth in Development Assignment in Costa Rica

Peace Corps Volunteer Profile:

Name: Emily Lorek

Age: 23

Hometown: Troy, Ohio

Alma Mater: Undergraduate: Marietta College; Psychology, 2014; Graduate: University of Montana, Global Youth Development… 407 more words


Kyra Hall of Missoula Selected for Peace Corps Youth in Development Assignment in Botswana

Peace Corps Volunteer Profile:

Name: Kyra Hall

Age: 29

Hometown: Billings, Mont.

Current City: Missoula, Mont.

Alma Mater: University of Montana, Global Youth Development… 372 more words


FC NovaNationals one game away from national championship

TULSA, Oklahoma — Idaho is on the verge of its first ever U.S. Youth Soccer National Championship title.

Tuesday’s opening day game against Pennsylvania’s Beadling SC Thunder saw several offensive chances for NovaNationals, with Kylie Stephens blasting a shot from outside the 18 yard box, which hit the top post, bounced down and appeared to have crossed the goal line, but the referee signaled no goal. 260 more words


Auburn Mountainview QB Gresch Jensen commits to Montana

Proud to announce my commitment to play football at the University of Montana! #GoGriz #GrizzNation #HardworkPaysOff http://t.co/Fl5b34mUEn

Gresch Jensen (@GreschJensen) July 01, 2015

Auburn Mountainview quarterback Gresch Jensen has verbally committed to Montana.

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