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Can anyone slow the Alabama championship train?

    Can anyone slow the  Alabama championship train?

Can anyone slow the Alabama championship train?

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Carolina Cobras set to open up season in April

    Carolina Cobras set to open up season in April

The 2020 National Arena League (NAL) season was cancelled because of the pandemic, so fans, coaches and players are eager to get back out on the field for some fast-paced indoor football action.

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James Harden joins Durant and Irving in Brooklyn

    James Harden joins Durant and Irving in Brooklyn

James Harden joins Durant and Irving in Brooklyn

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Nonprofit hopes to bring baseball to more minority children

    Nonprofit hopes to bring baseball to more minority children

There has been a sharp decline in the number of African American children playing the sport of baseball. In recent years, there has been a deliberate effort by several organizations to change the trend. Touch Em All Triad (TEAT) is a new organization looking to do their part to bring baseball to more African American children.

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New nonprofit seeks to help at risk youth

  New nonprofit seeks to help at risk youth

There is a new organization in town seeking to help at-risk youth head in the right direction. Youth Collaborative Inc. (YCI) is hoping their method will be sustainable in keeping kids off the streets.

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Washington feels impact of Ron Rivera’s first season

  Washington feels impact of Ron Rivera’s first season

Washington feels impact of Ron Rivera’s first season

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Geter to lead Mustang basketball team

  Geter to lead Mustang basketball team

The Parkland Mustangs have found their new leader for the men’s basketball program. Chris Geter will now lead Parkland into battle on the hardwood.

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Ritzie chooses Tar Heels

  Ritzie chooses Tar Heels

Glenn’s highly touted senior defensive end, Jahvaree Ritzie, has chosen the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to play college football. Ritzie had most of the blue blood programs after him, but chose to stay close to home.

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East Forsyth’s Lyles signs to play for Chanticleers

  East Forsyth’s Lyles signs to play for Chanticleers

Ty Lyles had a high school career that you really only see in the movies. Multiple state championships and more accolades than you can count. In less than a month, Lyles will head to Conway, South Carolina, and enroll in Coastal Carolina University.

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2020 sports year in review

  2020 sports year in review

As we close out the year, I wanted to look back on the year of sports, because I don’t think we will ever see another year like this.

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