Friday, August 17, 2018
by Clip Syndicate
The Spokane Jr. Chiefs hosted a bootcamp aimed at teaching young hockey players the right way to create and take contact.   [READ MORE]
WAAY 31's Sarah Singleterry shares the top five finalists to be voted on to become the name of Madison's new Minor League baseball team   [READ MORE]
When the Cleveland Indians made former Southern Miss pitcher Nick Sandlin their second round pick in the 2018 MLB first year player draft they did a smart. Sandlin’s trail of dominance that continues to follow him from his time in Hattiesburg backs that up. Today, the CUSA Pitcher of the Year was honored by the league once again as the scholar-athlete of the year for baseball. In 2018, the right-hander posted a perfect mark of 10-0 across 15 starts, leading the entire nation with a .71 WHIP and a 1.06 ERA. The end result was a national pitcher of the year award from Perfect Game in addition to being named a consensus first-team All American by every major publication. Sandlin is already on the fast-track with Class A advanced Lynchburg where he’s currently teamed up with fellow Golden Eagle alum Kirk McCarty.   [READ MORE]
Oregon running back Tony Brooks-James addresses the media after practice Thursday.   [READ MORE]
Oregon receivers coach Michael Johnson Sr. talks with the media about the progression of his group.   [READ MORE]
Success Connection
by Clip Syndicate
John Merlino Jr. is joined by Michael Uribe and Josephina Encamacion to discuss Michael's business The King of Crepes.   [READ MORE]
Where can you find people who write computer code, women who do roller derby, and some of the city's most successful small business owners in the same building? For the next week, they'll all be at Wisconsin's largest technology and innovation conference, Forward Fest, which runs from Aug 16 to 23.   [READ MORE]

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