Patton’s McGuire, Bennett lead local Polar Bear runners

From staff reports COLUMBUS — Patton’s Austin McGuire and Charlie Bennett collected a runner-up result apiece at the Polk County Polar Bear indoor track meet on Wednesday. McGuire (1:10.56) was second in the boys 500-meter dash while Bennett (2:53.85) placed second in the boys 1,000-meter dash. Freedom was paced by fourth-place finishes from Kylie Price … Read more

Mike Tyson puts his name forward for a new psychedelic drug trial

‘I would love to be a guinea pig!’: Mike Tyson puts his name forward for a new psychedelic drug trial… claiming he’s eager to test out the ‘new technology’ which injects a hallucinogenic ‘straight into the bloodstream’ Mike Tyson, 56, has said he would ‘love’ to be a ‘guinea pig’ in the new drug trial … Read more

Football Has Found Its New Bogeyman

An analytics revolution comes for every sport sooner or later. MLB had money ball in the early 2000s and has moved well beyond it in the years since. The NBA has used efficiency to all but kill the mid-range jump shot. Soccer has seen an influx of countless new ways to measure passes and scoring … Read more

Jones growing in Reds’ system | Eveningstar

Hayden Jones wants to pick up where he left off. The grandson of legendary DeKalb coach Bill Jones spent his first full season — a long one — in professional baseball this year. After a successful season in the Low-A Florida State League, Jones was promoted to the High-A Dayton Dragons of the Midwest League … Read more

Denmark consider leaving FIFA with other UEFA nations

The Danish FA are angry at the way in which FIFA have handled the OneLove armband ban Denmark have revealed they are giving serious consideration to withdrawing from FIFA in the wake of the ongoing controversy surrounding the governing body’s OneLove armband ban. The captains of several European nations had intended to wear the armbands … Read more

Coyotes’ debut VB season overwhelming success | localnews

Now that she’s had a little time to reflect, Weatherford College volleyball coach Kailee May is still pinching herself at the program’s success in its inaugural season. “I have been overwhelmed,” she said. “So many thoughts and feelings have surfaced since we finished that I didn’t have time to take in during the season.” What … Read more

Coyotes fall short against Piedra Vista in state semis | local sports

The Roswell High School varsity football team lost in a Class 5A semifinal game of the 2022 Nusenda Credit Union State Football Championship against the Piedra Vista Panthers on Saturday at the Wool Bowl with a final score of 13-7. The Coyotes were able to keep the Panthers on their toes in the first half … Read more

Lady Coyote soccer player Laci Fuller commits to the Greyhounds | local sports

Roswell High School senior forward Laci Fuller signed with Eastern New Mexico University Greyhounds on Nov. 9 at the Roswell High School little gym surrounded by friends and family. Fuller played varsity soccer all four years for Roswell High and led the team in assists in the 2022-2023 season. “I felt excited,” Fuller said. “Starting … Read more

Northern defense contains Exeter’s lethal offense in District 3 5A semifinal loss

READING — Head coach Bill Miller didn’t want to use the term “moral victory” to describe his Northern football team’s 21-7 setback to Exeter Township Friday night. But the play the Polar Bear skipper saw from his outfit, in most cases, would’ve secured a win. Northern went pound-for-pound with the Eagles in a District 3 … Read more

Northern defense contains Exeter’s lethal offense District 3 5A semifinal loss

The Polar Bears challenged defending district champion Exeter but fell 21-7 in the Class 5A semi-finals.. Christian Eby READING — Head coach Bill Miller didn’t want to use the term “moral victory” to describe his Northern football team’s 21-7 setback to Exeter Township Friday night. But the play the Polar Bear skipper saw from his … Read more