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Girls basketball: Wood County Christian wins

Posted by netorius on February 4, 2007


Marietta Times – WILLIAMSTOWN Wood County Christian s Meghan Ward appeared to be on a mission against Massillon Friday night, lighting up the scoreboard for 21 points to lead the Wildcats to a 44-31 victory. Ward tossed in 17 points in the first half alone to

Distribution is Lynch’s forte as Judge coasts past Wood
Philadelphia Daily News – At one point earlier this basketball season at Father Judge High, Square Peg tried to become Round Hole. It’s not that Kevin Lynch is a bad shooter. In fact, when defenders give him space and his shoulder isn’t giving him pain (more on that later

Letter: Wood-bat bill would hurt MSUB baseball
Billings Gazette – The future of MSU-Billings baseball rests with the Legislature, which is now considering HB360, a bill that would ban nonwood bats. We are an NCAA II program and the only four-year and NCAA baseball program in Montana. No other Division I or II

Ticketless E. Chicago trio having a hot time
Chicago Sun-Times – The group included Norm Higgins, 57, and Charlie Wood, 60, both of whom were born around 55th and Halsted. John Darido, 31, relocated to Key Largo three years ago from suburban Franklin Park. “The Bears get their uniforms torn and dirty,” declared

Corrections for Feb. 4
Olympian – A column by Gail Wood on Page B1 of Saturday’s Olympian contained conflicting information. Only six of the 12 people he spoke to did not know which teams were playing in today’s Super Bowl. Passersby and supporters from Food Not Bombs have

Home Inspection Checklist
Hampton Roads Daily Press – The interior walls and ceilings in a home built before 1935 are usually made of plaster on wood lath. Over time, wood lath loses its resilience and pulls away from the studs or joists, causing waves in the walls or ceilings. This condition is

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