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5 days ago

Bengals Vs Cardinals Final Score: Starters Passable In 19-13 Win Over Arizona - Yahoo Sports

Stanford. And where were you, Shawn Williams? Bad luck with two players late in the second half. It appears Trey Hopkins suffered a shin injury, which could be a season-ender (based on how his leg was rolled up... but we'll learn more later).
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1 week ago

Osu Football: Former Qb Sanders Catching On As Receiver : Football

If youre not ready, youre taking one right in the ear hole. Sanders grew up around OSU football. His father, Scott, played linebacker for the Beavers from 1986-89 and coaches the CV football team. Sanders gets some pointers from his dad, such as making sure he gets an ice bath after practice every day and to make sure to tuck a catch and sprint an extra 10 yards or so to make sure the coaches know hes putting in the work. He just gives me little tips to help me be the best I can be, I think, Sanders said. Receivers coach Brent Brennan and former OSU receiver Kevin Cummings are on hand to help Sanders with the transition. Hes also been picking the brain of junior Richard Mullaney.
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2 weeks ago

Devon Prep Students Pick Up Trophy At National Solar Car Competition - Main Line Suburban Life - Mai

This July it did. The Devon Panel, recently earned a third-place trophy in the 2014 Solar Car Challenge (www.solarcarchallenge.org/challenge/) in Texas, the only international solar car challenge opened exclusively to high school students. The program began more than 20 years ago to motivate students in STEM; science, technology, engineering and mathematics. This year 19 out of 131 solar car teams in 28 states qualified. They included teams from New York, Florida, Texas, California, Michigan, and Mississippi. Devon Prep is the only Pennsylvania team to participate. Devon Preps Team included recent graduates Mike Horbowy (co-captain) of Malvern, Ben Conser (co-captain) of Audubon, Sean Kennedy of Malvern; rising seniors Albert Emanuel Milani of Merion, Evan Hennessy of Paoli, Soham Bharne (co-captain) of Norristown, Russell Emery of Phoenixville, Nick Ippoliti of Broomall, Alex Carandang of King of Prussia; rising junior Justin Hennessy of Paoli; and rising sophomores Riley McCarthy of Malvern and David Haruch of Media. This is the fourth time Devons team competed in the Solar Car Challenge.
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3 weeks ago

Eurozone Remains In Question - Ahead Of Wall Street - Nasdaq.com

What all of this boils down to is that the Euro-zone economy not only failed to gain strength in the first half of the year, but may actually have lost some ground. Perhaps the face-off over Ukraine, which is threatening to heat up again following reports of Russian troop movement, isn't so painless for the region after all. The region's economic slide will likely make it all the more difficult for the U.S. government to present a unified Western response to any fresh Russian moves in Ukraine. The stabilization in the Euro-zone economy last year has been one of the bright spots in the global business landscape - and it has been showing up in corporate profitability measures. The overall tone of management commentary about business outlook in the region has been steadily getting better - and that is the overall takeaway from the ongoing Q2 earnings season as well.
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3 weeks ago

'arrow' Casts Manhunter For Season 3

operative is pregnant. In the DC comics, Manhunter is a name taken on by multiple characters, including Kate Spencer the name of a prosecutor who died in season 2. The Manhunters are a sect of ancient crime fighters with ties to Green Lantern. Mark also has ties to the Suicide Squad, which appeared in Arrow season 2. Cubitts other roles include Medium, Bates Motel, and Robbery Homicide Division. Cubitt joins a growing list of casting additions to Arrows third season. Recently, it was announced that the villain of season 3 will be legendary DC villain Ras al Ghul, though no casting information has been released yet. Other additions to the new season of Arrow include Charlotte Ross as Felicitys mother, J.R. Ramirez as Ted Grant/Wildcat, Brandon Routh as Ray Palmer/the Atom, Devon Aoki as Katana, and Peter Stormare as Vertigo.
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4 weeks ago

Fasterskier.com — Stephen Crushes Competition In Blink Festival Opener

Burke called the race both a shock to the system and really tough, but said he was pleased with his effort. I am not in my best shape, but I was really happy with my effort, Burke wrote in an email. It was a great experience to race with some of the best biathlon and cross country athletes on such a challenging course. Maurice Manificat of France celebrates his win in the 2014 Blink Festival hill climb. (Photo: Skifestivalen Blink/Facebook) Bailey agreed, stating that extended uphill races are definitely not my forte but that he was still happy with the race. If nothing less, its a good wake up for the body after traveling, he wrote in an email. Canadian Devon Kershaw also competed and finished in 20th position. TheBlink Festival continues for Stephen Friday with a 10 k criterium race which will take place around a 900 meter loop. She plans to ski aggressive as possible while staying on her feet.
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1 month ago

Commonwealth Games: Australians Dominate Night Four In Glasgow | Swimming World

He's been a bit faster this year with a 17th-ranked season best of 48.72 from the Australian Nationals, but he didn't need that level of speed tonight to catch bronze. Canada's Yuri Kisil (49.27), Trinidad and Tobago's Dylan Carter (49.56), England's Adam Brown (49.63), South Africa's Leith Shankland (49.81) and England's James Disney-May (49.96) all broke 50 seconds in the championship heat. Women's 100 breast SB9 New Zealand's Sophie Pascoe won the Paralympic swim for the night with a 1:19.36 in the SB9 event. She won by more than two seconds as Australia's Madi Scott held off 13-year-old Scottish Paralympic star Erraid Davies, 1:21.38 to 1:21.68, for the silver. Davies is now the youngest Scottish swimmer to win a Commonwealth Games medal. Canada's Aurelie Rivard (1:22.03), Canada's Katarina Roxon (1:23.95), Australia's Katherine Downie (1:24.04) and New Zealand's Nikita Howarth (1:33.21) also competed in the finale. Women's 200 IM It took a British and Games record, but England's Siobhan O'Connor finally broke through with a gold medal in the 200-meter IM. O'Connor blazed her way to a 2:08.21, smashing Hannah Miley's British mark of 2:09.46 from the 2009 World Championships. The swim also vaulted the English star to the top of the world in the event, as she leapt over Alicia Coutts' 2:08.89 from the Australian Nationals.
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1 month ago

Legion: Post 22 Punches Ticket To State

Post 320s Devon Romey kept Post 22 batters off-balance in Tuesdays contest, then the Hardhats had to overcome a sterling pitching performance from Pierres Cooper Walton, who struck out 11 Post 22 batters through seven innings Wednesday until the wheels came off in the eighth. Walton gave up a towering double to deep center to Tanner Simons to start the frame, then hit three straight batters to load the bases and bring in a run. Simons defied Waltons dominating day on the mound with a 4-for-4 day at the plate. Matt Vickers RBI single made it 4-3 and Solano delivered the game winning hit again to score Erik Petry and Taran Tucker. Pierre had broken a 1-all tie in the sixth with three runs on three hits. Blake Deans single scored Alex Gray and Cash Anderson. Ben Leidholts single scored Alec Norwick in the first inning and slim lead held until Connor Merriam tagged and scored on Petrys sacrifice to deep right.
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1 month ago

Book Review: My Promised Land: The Triumph And Tragedy Of Israel

But for most of us they fade generation by generation. This is as true for Irish-, Italian-, or Polish-Americans with their Roman Catholic background, for example, or Greek- or Russian-Americans with their Eastern Orthodox faiths, or Laotians or Tibetans or anyone else, as it is for the Americans whose ancestors came from the Jewish communities of Eastern Europe. With each generation the ties to the old country and the old ways loosen a little more until they are all but lostaor combined with other ways to create something new. So the second fact is that when Shavit speaks of anon-Orthodox Judaism,a he is speaking of something which by its very nature, although often suffused with nostalgia and longing, is transitory and must pass away. It canat be saved. aNon-Orthodox Judaisma is the sensibility of a generation that has rejected Judaism as a way of life but canat quite let go of, shall we say, the accoutrements. No God, but lox and bagels.
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1 month ago

A Day At A Philadelphia Museum For Kids Who Really Need Some Fun « Cbs Philly

Kids climbed on model boats and ran through the exhibits at the Independence Seaport Museum . Its a day provided by the Baltimore-based Casey Cares Foundation . Casey Baynes started the foundation fourteen years ago when she volunteered at a hospital and saw a child missing out on a celebrity visit. I heard this little voice say, I wish I had cancer. Maybe Id get cool stuff too, she recalls. The museum day was a welcome diversion for Heather McSorley, whose two-year-old daughter, Savannah, is battling neuroblastoma. Its just such an experience to see the joy on my kids face that we typically may not be able to afford, because of all our expenses, she notes. The day gave parents and kids a chance to bond with other families in the same boat. Nine-year-old Cullen Jones, of Devon, Pa., had an encouraging message.
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