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Livingstone College building state-of-art esports complex at Jake Alexander Blvd. location

    Livingstone College building state-of-art esports complex at Jake Alexander Blvd. location

Livingstone College building state-of-art esports complex at Jake Alexander Blvd. location

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Local athlete tapped for coaching position at Anderson University

    Local athlete tapped for coaching position at  Anderson University

Coaching is a calling that is not meant for everyone. Jazmine Charles fought the call to coach for years, but after her playing career ended, she seemed to be on a collision course to coach and has now landed her first position as an assistant coach for the women’s team at Anderson University.

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Griffin, W-S native, preparing for Olympic Games

    Griffin, W-S native, preparing for Olympic Games

U.S. speedskater and Winston-Salem native Kimani Griffin is gearing up for a run at his second Olympic Games. With the Olympic trials just over six months away, Griffin and his coach Derrick Speas are heading to Utah to fine-tune his final months of training.

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In their own words

    In their own words

This week, my question to coaches was: Are kids too entitled in youth sports and if so, who’s to blame? I asked this question because I have written a column about my observations as a reporter, referee and parent and was curious about how others felt. Here are some of the responses that I received.

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What’s the future for Ben Simmons?

  What’s the future for Ben Simmons?

What’s the future for Ben Simmons?

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Three Lady Eagles headed to same destination on the next level

  Three Lady Eagles headed to same destination  on the next level

Making the transition from high school to college can be an intimidating endeavor. Lady Eagle basketball players Jaydn Hoover, Destiny Long and Monay Galloway all recently signed their letter of intent to play basketball at Bluefield State College in West Virginia, making their transition to the next level a little easier.

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In Their Own Words

  In Their Own Words

In Their Own Words

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Injuries continue to mount in NBA Playoffs

  Injuries continue to mount in NBA Playoffs

All-star level players in the NBA continue to drop like flies during these playoffs. I am not sure if it’s the condensed season schedule, if it was the shortened offseason, or if it’s just plain coincidence, but one thing is for sure and that is these injuries have to be a concern for the league.

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Coaches: In their own words

  Coaches: In their own words

Coaches: In their own words
Athletes’ poor work ethic challenges coaches

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Not just your average podcast

  Not just your average podcast

Starting a podcast is the new wave. Nowadays you can find a podcast that covers just about any topic known to man. Fortunately for local listeners, three African American young men have started the “Pick a Side” (PAS) podcast that covers a multitude of topics like sports, education, politics and more that affect the Black community.

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