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Score Roundup for September 25-October 1, 2012

by Darius Golden. Football Sat. 9/29 1pm vs. Crown College, W 49-18 JV Football Mon. 9/24 4pm vs. Bethel College of Tennessee, L 24-6 Men’s Soccer Sat. 9/29 2pm @ Spalding University, T 1-1 (2 OT) Mon. 10/1 7pm @ Benedictine-Springfield University, L 1-2 JV Soccer Tues. 9/25 4pm @ Parkland College, L 1-7 Women’s Soccer Wed. 9/26 4pm @ Culver-Stockton College, L 1-4 Sat. 9/29 12pm @ Spalding University, W 3- ...

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A day in the life of… Michael Carlisle

By Darius Golden. Being a student is hard work. As we all know by now, it can be difficult to stay on top of tests, papers, reading assignments, and everything else professors assign us on a daily basis. Extracurricular activities are also something that can take up a lot of our time. Senior Michael Carlisle is the Resident Chaplain of 1st West Oak, a varsity soccer player, and a co-leader of Thursday night ...

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Athlete Profile: Thomas Crown (Men’s Soccer)

Written By: Portland Highbaugh Thomas Crown Starter for Men's Soccer Team Hometown: St Louis Position: Goalkeeper When you started playing soccer: 1st grade, and I have always been a goalkeeper. Favorite professional team: Bayern Munich Favorite professional player: Manuel Neuer Biggest accomplishment in soccer: Returning from knee surgery this year. I tore my ACL, MCL and meniscus in September 2011. Your b ...

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Athlete Profile: Corinne Coon (Volleyball)

Corinne Coon, starter for varsity volleyball team Hometown: Warsaw, IN Position: Opposite Favorite position to play and why: I like playing opposite because no one expects a big hitter on the right side. It takes other teams by surprise. When you started playing volleyball: I started in elementary school.  5th grade was the first time I was on an official team. What best prepares you for a game: During our ...

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NBA Teams to Watch

Written By Ryan Cole. While most people are focused on the NFL referees returning from their lockout, the NBA is beginning its first season since the shortened, lockout season of 2011-2012. Last year, the NBA was forced to bypass training camp and cram a 66 game season into the span of five months. The shortened season created drama by placing more importance on each individual game. Whether it was Kevin Du ...

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Score Round Up

Score Roundup for September 17-24 Varsity Football Sat. 9/22 1pm @ University of Minnesota-Morris W 49-24 JV Football Mon. 9/24 4pm vs. Bethel College of Tennessee L 24-6 Men’s Soccer Tues. 9/18 7pm vs. Washington University L 1-0 Fri. 9/21 7pm @ Covenant College L 3-2 (OT) Sat. 9/22 7pm @ Sewanee University W 1-0 JV Soccer Mon. 9/17 4pm vs. Kaskaskia College W 4-3 Mon. 9/24 5pm @ Heartland College L 3-1 Wo ...

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Who’s New in Sports?

After a very successful season last year, the Greenville College football program lost three members of its coaching staff. In the off-season, they sought to fill the void of what was lost. After many interviews and meetings with the players, two coaches were warmly welcomed to the team. Coach Ore and Coach Bell are the two new additions to the program, both young and eager to learn. We felt the GC Communit ...

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