NEW WILMINGTON – Westminster College will induct seven new members into the Titan Sports Hall of Fame on September 9. The Class of 2022 is: Adam Carswell ’13, Men’s Athletics; Jim Dafler, athletic director and men’s basketball coach; Rebecca Giles Badgujar ’08, women’s swimming and diving; Caitlin Hosler Zavora ’14,Read More →

Photo by Steven Allen Adams DEP Deputy Cabinet Secretary Scott Mandirola explained that a dilapidated property demolition pilot program could be used to demolish properties destroyed by flooding. CHARLESTON — West Virginia lawmakers are considering using federal COVID aid to demolish flood-ruined properties using a stateRead More →

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GLADSTONE — The Gladstone Indians returned to the win column here on Wednesday night, posting a 16-1 four-inning American Legion baseball victory over freshman starter Gwinn. Gladstone, who snapped a five-game losing streak, scored most of his goals in the second and third frames. “They have a newRead More →

Fresh off the program’s best finish in the state tennis tournament, the Elizabethtown Panthers continued their dominance in The News-Enterprise All-Area Individual Honor Picks with a clean sweep of the awards. Six of the nine first-team selections by coaches were Elizabethtown players. Region coaches nominated their own players for considerationRead More →

LONDON, July 12. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to The Business Research Company’s research report on the motorsports market, the growing participation in recreational activities such as snowmobiling and mountain biking is expected to propel the growth of the motorsports market. Recreational activities refer to activities that people do inRead More →

Offering a line of function-enhanced collagen bars and plant-based protein bars that are made with no added sugar or sugar alcohols, and contain 88% less sugar than market leaders, NuSkool Snacks extends its mission to the general public. . AUSTIN, TX, June 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Two-time NCAA National Champion,Read More →

YOUNGSTOWN – Downtown Youngstown was bustling early Saturday morning with volunteers wearing StreetScape Silver Anniversary commemorative t-shirts carrying gardening tools. In the large Central Square welcome tent, Christine Price and her daughter, Avary, helped hundreds of volunteers register and be assigned to major planting sites around the city.Read More →

CEBU CITY, Philippines — Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) Commissioner and Team Philippines Chef de Mission Ramon “El Presidente” Fernandez is confident that the Filipinos will continue to win gold medals, especially in combat sports during the ongoing 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEAG). in Hanoi, Vietnam. Over the past two days,Read More →

Genius Sports acquired Second Spectrum last year The division has deals with the Premier League, Major League Soccer and the NBA Genius Sports’ Second Spectrum division will provide Portuguese soccer club Benfica with live tracking data, analytics and enhanced broadcast augmentation tools. Benfica will benefit from Second Spectrum’s machine learningRead More →

Sports Illustrated Brain Formula The Sports Illustrated Nutrition Brain formula is a brain supplement that has the absolute ability to empower and improve brain power. It has the scientific terms “NOOTROPIC” and “GENIUS PILL”, which it uses. It is known to improve and improve various mental functions which include butRead More →

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives is set to vote as early as Tuesday on legislation banning transgender athletes from participating in women’s sports, which supporters say is necessary to protect athletic opportunities for young Commonwealth women. A similar bill was withdrawn from the Senate Education Committee on Monday by aRead More →

Pueblo’s teams and individual athletes settle in for the spring high school sports season and with that comfort comes several high-level individual performances. The Pueblo Chieftain athletic staff compiles the top high school students in the Pueblo area each week. To nominate a player, coaches should email [email protected] or [email protected]Read More →

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Twenty-one states with Republican attorneys general filed a lawsuit Tuesday to end the federal government’s requirement that people wear masks on planes, trains, ferries and other public transport amid the coronavirus pandemic. The lawsuit, announced by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and Attorney General Ashley MoodyRead More →

SOFTBALL Gibson Wins SEC Honor University of Arkansas first baseman Danielle Gibson hit five homers in four games this week and had 12 runs to earn SEC Player of the Week honors, which was announced by the league office on Tuesday. The redshirted senior from Murrieta, Calif. went 8 forRead More →

INDIANAPOLIS Indiana’s governor on Monday vetoed a bill banning transgender women from participating in girls’ school sports while signing another eliminating the state’s licensing requirement to carry handguns. in public. Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb’s decisions come after both measures faced intense opposition before being approved by the GOP-dominated legislature thatRead More →

Xiaotang Z. The spreading effect of large-scale international sports competitions on social development. J Guangzhou Sports Univ. 2007;01:26–8. Google Scholar McCloskey B, Zumla A, Ippolito G, Blumberg L, Arbon P, Cicero A, et al. Mass Gatherings and Reducing the Global Spread of COVID-19: A Political and Public Health Dilemma. Lancet.Read More →

UP: Returning from the annual Kiwanis of Williamstown spaghetti dinner, just one of many similar events making a return this year after two years under pandemic restrictions. Clubs supported by Kiwanis include the Key Club, Builders Club and K-Kid’s Club at Williamstown High/Middle School and Williamstown Elementary School.Read More →

DESTIN – In early April, Destin City Council members plan to make individual visits to Alpharetta, the “downtown” of Georgia and another major mixed-use development called Avalon for ideas that could help them shape Destin’s potential multimillion-dollar downtown project. Destin’s council members have spoken in recent years of “the TheRead More →