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Eric Byrnes 14 Aug 17
Of all the incredible 2017 MLB stories this WINS. Dude just went through 9 weeks of chemo then fired 7 shutout at COORS
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Bob Fenske 7 Jan 16
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Religion of Sports Sep 10
Football doesn't last forever. So make sure you enjoy the ride. opened up about the end of his football career on the podcast.
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𝐏𝐀𝐑𝐃𝐄𝐄𝐏 𝐒𝐈𝐃𝐇𝐔 9 Mar 15
Sports keep our kids out of trouble which means a better future for us all.Positive role models to follow
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Tim Arnold 5 Nov 16
Tremendous story on Earlham's Nick and Melissa Johnson on College Game Day!
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Kate Walsh Nov 25
Replying to @gcfootball
Nice to win the trophy, CRITICAL to learn- never give up,play as a team,the right way,forget what others may say,and believe in something bigger than yourself...good luck counting one of these guys out in any arena of life going forward. Love GC, love these guys!
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Lindy Infante Foundation Sep 30
Start your week off Living Like Lindy by helping all kids get back in the game. 62% of kids have given up on sports- let’s work to change that.
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Kade Kittley 30 Jul 18
One thing about life: you are going to lose more than you are going to win... but are you going to get up and keep fighting?
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Kate Cody 25 Jun 18
Reading the news, America can appear so divided. Just played pickup at my local park and was reminded of how awesome most of us get along. Had 4 countries, 3 languages and 10 different skin colors on the court. Nothing but high fives and laughs.
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Abs - WeTheNorth 9 Mar 15
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Esther Lee 24 Feb 14
Varsity cross country and track athlete. Top 3rd runner for Chaug XC and made XC Western Mass. B+ gym grade for term 2.
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Ability360 10 Dec 18
Check out our next story of Why Sports Matter featuring player Stephen Hernandez Ability360 hopes you will contribute to our programs that help newly disabled and youth get involved.
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Bethany Women's Lacrosse 8 May 18
This is an incredible read- encouragement for believing in what we do as coaches, why it’s important to believe in our kids, and how the game is so much bigger than the score. Thank you for sharing your story!
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Dallas Sweet 29 Nov 16
How many young men may not have went to college if not for sports? As says
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Theresa O’Connell Cantwell 30 Apr 18
It is moments like this that make you so thankful for the leadership of the coach and the players buying into the process 🙏✨
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Audible Feast 4 Jan 19
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Eliza Lentzski 23 Mar 18
In 1963, Loyola Chicago’s men’s basketball team broke the “gentlemen’s agreement” among college coaches to not allow more than 2 black players on the floor at one time. That 1963 team won the NCAA tournament.
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360 Sports & Fitness Mar 21
Thanks for being here today! You all are great community partners!! Great morning indeed!
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United Women's Lacrosse League 26 Apr 16
Watch Salmon River's girls lacrosse team as they fight for funding and a championship
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Rob Ledniczky 16 Jan 19
I’ve read, thought, and talked a lot about Kaepernick and kneeling in the NFL, but I think does the best job breaking down and bringing both sides together - highly recommend
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