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Summer Gold Outings

June 24, 2016
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Most high schools in our area will be holding one or two golf outings this summer to help support their high school athletes.  Most of these events are held so that the money they raise can be used to purchase things such as uniforms and equipment that schools cannot use taxpayer money to buy....

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Professional Olympics

June 23, 2016
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Do you remember when the Olympics were for the young amateur athletes?  This, obviously, is not the case today.  Most of the people who will compete this summer are being paid (some very handily) in their sport making them professionals.  The basketball team will likely be all professional players who make millions.  Only high...

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New Running Shoes

June 22, 2016
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In a Sports Illustrated article I read about a shoe that is being developed using the carbon fiber blades that amputee sprinters used in recent Olympics.  This new invention is alleged to improve running form.  It is also supposed to reduce injuries that are so common with young sprinters. By placing this carbon fiber...

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Allie McCool

June 21, 2016
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Allie McCool, a recent graduate of East Central High School, was involved in the Hoosier Reunion All-Star game played at Knightstown, Indiana.  Unlike some of the people we talked about in yesterday’s article, this 6’2″ recruit of George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, was honored to be involved with the 11th annual game in...

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All-Star Basketball

June 20, 2016
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This is a sad commentary on what has happened to the Indiana/Kentucky All-Star game.  According to reports I received, they could have played the game in any small gym in the state.  It was reported that maybe 100 people attended the game at Bellarmine College. It seems today that when kids graduate they want...

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When Will It End?

June 17, 2016
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You have surely seen the uproar over a judges ruling on a Stanford swimmer who was accused of assaulting an unconscious female student on campus.  The uproar is over the light sentence he received for this offense. There will always be a debate on what kind of sentence you give a first-time offender.  Do...

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Marshall Goss

June 16, 2016
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I know I have done articles on Marshall Goss before, but this one deals with his new endeavor.  I have known Marshall since the days he was the cross country coach at Bloomington South High School.  He then moved on to IU and was their head coach for several years.  Judy Bogenschutz, a former...

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Why Referee or Umpire?

June 15, 2016
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You can’t watch a baseball game today without at least one stoppage in play to see if the umpire got the call right.  If you follow NBA basketball, you know that no one is satisfied that the referees aren’t protecting players like LeBron James and Stephen Curry. Recent studies have shown that with all...

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NCAA Free Agency

June 14, 2016
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Recently the Big Ten Basketball coaches got together for their off-season meeting.  One of the big topics was the transfer rule.  Orignally it started with the discussion on grad school athletes but soon went into the fear of the NCAA eliminating the one-year transfer sit-out by undergrads. Right now a student athlete who changes...

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Basketball Nut

June 13, 2016
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Greg Alexander who played basketball for Jennings County High School recently reached his goal of seeing a basketball game in all 92 Indiana Counties.  It all started when Damon Bailey was playing for Bedford North Lawrence and beat Jennings County twice in Alexander’s playing career. After spending several years in the military, Alexander returned...

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