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Ivy League Preseason Freshman of the Year Matt Pellis (Greensburg CC) has appeared in eight games, and the second baseman is hitting .200 for the Quakers (6 9).

Senior catcher Brennan Hoffer, a Jeannette resident who went to Allderdice, gave the Bearcats a walk off win with a single in the seventh to top Thomas More, 5 4, for their first PAC win of the season. Junior outfielder Eddie Kilkeary (Greensburg CC) homered in the first game of the doubleheader, a 4 3 loss.

Freshman outfielder Vince Guerrieri (Latrobe) is hitting .333 with three runs scored, and sophomore third baseman Luke Ferlin (Ligonier Valley) has appeared in seven games and has a pair of RBIs.

Junior shortstop Jessica Zavolta (Penn Trafford) leads the Gators (4 8) in hitting with a .370 batting average, and senior Abrianna Sadler (Penn Trafford) had made 12 starts and has four RBIs.

Senior pitcher Olivia Gumbita (Latrobe) picked up her first save of season as Gannon edged Point Park, 3 1. She also was credited with the win, which improved her record to 7 2. She has a 1.28 ERA and seven complete games and has struck out 66.

A trio of local players have helped the Crimson Hawks (8 9) this season. Freshman pitcher Macy Mularski (Yough) is 1 1 in the circle with a 2.33 ERA. Freshman outfielder Morgan Little (Penn Trafford) has 15 starts and 13 total bases. Junior outfielder Alaina Montgomery (Hempfield) has started 16 games and has three RBIs. Montgomery began her career at Connecticut.

Junior Melissa Wagner (Greensburg Salem) is off to a 4 2 start with a 1.33 ERA for the Mountain Cats (6 6). She has six complete games and has struck out 17 against only four walks.

Freshman outfielder Briana Bunner (Southmoreland) has started 22 games for the Colonials (5 18) and is hitting .213 with six doubles and seven RBIs. Teammate Taylor Barlow (Hempfield), a sophomore utility player, has played in 13 games with 10 starts.

Junior first baseman Shelby Noel (Latrobe) went 4 for 4 with three RBIs and three runs, and senior catcher Breanne Wallace (Ligonier Valley) added two hits in a 9 3 win over Juniata.

The Griffins earned a sweep of Salem International as freshman shortstop Christiana Skrebak (Norwin) went 3 for 7 with a run and an RBI in wins of 4 3 and 4 1.

Senior Lexi Masterson (Hempfield) opened the outdoor season with a victory in the pole vault at the Pac 12/Big Ten Challenge, clearing 12 feet, 8 1 inches. Teammate Maddy Holmberg (Hempfield), a sophomore, won the long jump with a distance of 19 9 3

Senior Madison Fiaschetti (Hempfield) finished second in the 5,
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000 meter run at the Jim Taylor Invitational at Susquehanna University to open the outdoor season. Her time was 41 minutes, 5.35 seconds.

The Griffins posted four first place finishes at the season opening Winthrop Adidas Invitational. Junior Sarah Taylor (Penn Trafford) won the 5,000 in a personal best time of 17:58.99, and sophomore Lexi Stevenson broke the school outdoor record while winning the shot put with a throw of 43 8.

Senior Cassidy Shepherd (Greensburg Salem) won the pole vault with a mark of 13 1 at the Cal U Early Bird Invitational. Last week, she was named Corvias ECAC Division III Field Athlete of the Week after she tied for second in the pole vault at the Charleston Southern Spring Break Invitational.

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Surveillance video shows the gunman in action. He rushes into the store with a large gun, places a white plastic bag on the store counter, and shoots the clerk.

The suspect grabs the bag off the counter and rushes back out of the front door.

“He didn’t take no money. But, my feeling is, why you shoot somebody? The guy doesn’t bother nobody. You can get what you want. I couldn’t believe it because the dude is a nice guy. I work next door, so I got to look out for my surroundings, too. You don’t ever know what people’s mind be thinking about,” said Cairo resident Michael Huntley.

Frequent customers were shocked to find the store closed Friday. They were even more shocked to find out why.

Lauren Legette Turner said, “It’s just scary to know that this is happening in Cairo. I frequent this store often with my children. He was such a nice man. It’s just so scary. If it was close to 9:00, I would’ve been here within the hour before that.”

Nartrabis Williams said, “It’s really messed up because this is a real nice town. Whatever be going on, it’s really the drugs. That’s like my favorite store. Can’t even go to the store because it’s closed.”

The GBI says it’s following leads in the case. Agents and police officers were driving through the area Friday afternoon talking to people who live in the community.

We’re told the store clerk is recovering well.

Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call law enforcement. (WCTV) A convenience store clerk is recovering after being shot during an armed robbery in Cairo on Thursday night and officials are continuing to search for the suspect.

Officials say the clerk on duty was shot by a masked suspect who entered the store wearing a black jacket, a white polo style shirt, a red skull cap and dark colored gloves. The suspect then fled the store.

The Bainbridge Department of Public Safety K 9 unit, the Grady County Sheriff’s Office, and Georgia State Patrol responded to the scene to assist in the search for the gunman.
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The VERY glamorous twins who could make millions for Andy Murray: Rising Team GB athletes Cheriece and Shannon Hylton, 21, reveal how they ditched nights out for the track and their dreams of being sporting icons

Identical twins Shannon and Cheriece Hylton, 21, are both Team GB athletesThe glamorous sisters are working towards track medals at Tokyo in 2020Andy Murray’s management company 77 quickly snapped up the HyltonsAlready sponsored by Adidas, the twins could end up sporting millionaires By

One is senior British 200 metres champion, the other has designs on the 400 metre title in Tokyo in two years’ time. They’re very, very hard to tell apart.

Identical twins Shannon and Cheriece Hylton, 21, look set for success both on and off the track, with British tennis number one Andy Murray already on board to guide them from British athletic hopefuls to stellar global sporting stars.

When tennis ace Murray launched his sports management company 77 last year, the twins were among the first names he signed.

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Smart move: Andy Murray, who has one eye on his post tennis career, snapped up the sisters after setting up his sports management company, 77, last year

The social media savvy athletes, whose Instagram timelines are awash with images of them at the track, at the beach and enjoying nights out, could potentially be the next Mo Farah or Jess Ennis when it comes to earnings from lucrative endorsements.

The pair already have a deal with Adidas and, with a real medal potential in 2020 at the Tokyo Olympics, the sisters could see their profiles boom.

The Hyltons fanbase is growing and the photogenic sisters, who both have boyfriends, appear to be big fans of working hard and playing hard, with athletics and university their major priorities.

The sisters grew up loving ballet and performing arts, and would regularly take to the stage at their local theatre in Catford, South London

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breathing the same air, it’s incredible.

‘If you weren’t motivated by that, I don’t understand what you could be motivated by.’

While firmly focused on podium spots, the Hyltons’ first love was amateur dramatics and they used to perform pantomimes at the Broadway Theatre in Catford, south east London. Both are striving for firsts in their university degrees.

The sisters’ motherSharon works for BT, while dadDwight is in IT.

The Hyltons say both of their parents were dedicated to ferrying them around to different meets, calling them ‘glorified taxi drivers’.

A seminal moment during a drive to a ballet class changed the Hyltons’ course, after Shannon told their mother she no longer wanted to pirouette and wanted to take up athletics more seriously instead.

The Hyltons will be hoping for some sage advice from Murray, who has previously talked about how he was ‘too young’ to sign to a sports management agency at 12

Says Shannon: ‘Our parents didn’t come from much but made something of themselves.

‘They didn’t get the chance to go to university and wanted to give us all the opportunities they didn’t have so took us to all the classes.’

Grand slam winner Murray, who’s recovering from an ongoing hip injury, said he was inspired to go into management after being signing up at ‘too young’ an age.

He told the BBC last year: ‘I signed with a management company for the first time when I was 12, 13 years old, which to me is ridiculous. It’s way, way too young. You don’t need that pressure.

‘You’re trying to become a professional and certainly my parents were not experienced in dealing with those situations.’

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trials for the world championships on Friday.

Fully fit for the first time in years, Gay took control mid race with a dominant run to equal the 10th fastest 100m of all time. Gatlin finished second in 9.89 seconds in the race at Des Moines, Iowa. champion and it feels good to be back on the podium,” said Gay, beset by injuries since winning both sprint titles at the 2007 world championships.

“I’m not as sharp as I could be but I’m healthy so that’s all that counts,” said Gay, who ran another 9.75, this one wind assisted, in the semi finals.

Gatlin, who surprised Jamaican world record holder Usain Bolt in Rome earlier in the month, said he was affected by a strained right hamstring.

“It felt good running 9.8 with a bandage on,” said the 2004 Olympic gold medallist who narrowly edged Gay for the bronze medal at last summer’s London Games. team for the Aug. 10 18 world championships by edging Mike Rodgers by two thousandths of a second. Silmon ran 9.972 and Rodgers 9.974.

Collegiate champion English Gardner came on strong to win the women’s 100 in another year best time, 10.85 seconds, and Olympian Sharon Day delivered the top heptathlon score of the season, 6,550 points.

Gardner, now coached by John Smith, edged Octavious Freeman (10.87) with Alexandria Anderson grabbing third (10.91).

Haitian born Barbara Pierre struggled to finish fifth after setting the world lead of 10.85 in the semi finals that Gardner equalled.

The 100m hurdlers also flexed their speed, with collegiate record holder Brianna Rollins blitzing to an eye catching but wind assisted 12.33 seconds in qualifying.

Queen Harrison added a wind assisted 12.44 seconds, hometown Olympian Lolo Jones clocked a wind allowable 12.50 seconds.

The 2008 Beijing gold medallist Dawn Harper won her preliminary in a wind assisted 12.60.

World record holder Ashton Eaton, taking a “play it safe” approach, trailed Gunnar Nixon after the first day of the decathlon with 4,405 points. Nixon had 4,449.

Beijing Olympic gold medallist Lashawn Merritt led 400m qualifying in 44.36 seconds but London winner Sanya Richards Ross, hampered by toe surgery, barely slipped into Saturday’s women’s final as the next to last qualifier.
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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. After an anti homosexual ad paid for by a Colorado Springs pastor ran in last Sunday’s Gazette, the controversy isn’t going away.

Pastor James Hagan of the Friendship Assembly of God Church placed the ad.

Last Sunday, local civil rights activist Carolyn Cathey received an email to look at the Sunday Gazette, where she saw the “Don’t cater to the Homosexual Agenda” advertisement.

“My contacts were very angry, very hurt. It felt like deja vu. 1992 with Amendment Two all over again. The hate, the unkindness, the disregard for rights,” Cathey said.

Hagan said he put the ad in the paper to send a message because he believes he is speaking for the silent majority.

“For the homosexual agenda to be totally accepted not just in writing, not just in schools or colleges down to our grade schools but in our churches. So that we have to hire homosexuals so we have to bow down to what their belief system is,” Hagan said.

Hagan said he’s received positive feedback on the ad and he doesn’t care if people like him or not.

“If homosexuals say they never come to my church, good, because for every homosexual who comes into my church stealthfully, and some of them do, they may corrupt a dozen of my teenagers and I would rather have one of them not come then have a dozen of my teenagers corrupted,” Hagan said.

Cathey said this ad is hurtful and represents a small group of people in Colorado Springs.

“Our city is a very open and an accepting world class city and we want to attract world class citizens of every stripe,” Cathey said.

She also saidour nation goes to great lengths to protect religious freedom.

“But just like the Amish are protected, the rest of usarenot denied electricity. We have to get to the place where everyone is treated fairly under the constitution, under our laws in the state of Colorado,” Cathey said.

Hagan also saidhe believes people choose to be gay.

Here is what he had to say when FOX21 asked him when he decided to be straight:

“I was born normal. I have stack of information on it.”

The minister at All Souls Church is gay. She disagrees with Hagan and saidthe Bible talks about welcoming the outcasts.

“The Bible itself does not condemn homosexuality. That’s myth. Itcondemns certain kinds of sex acts that were prevalent in pagan worship practices that the Jews were to be separate from. Never once does it ever condemn homosexuality as an act of love or commitment of life. It never does,” Nori Rost, Minister at All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church, said.

Some Colorado Springs politicians saidthey were heartbroken to see a member of our community could be so mean spirited.

“I think it is really important for the people throughout the state of Colorado, our nation, know that the people in Colorado Springs are respectful of all beliefs, and we are respective of all lifestyles. Whether you are heterosexual, gay or transgender, we respect and value all of the values in this community,”Colorado Springs councilwomanJill Gaebler said.

Catheysaid they will be running a full page ad in the paper this Sunday against the previous ad to show Colorado Springs is more accepting than this ad represents.
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State Department is discriminating against them by denying birthright citizenship to one of their sons.

One twin, Aiden, has the DNA of Los Angeles native Andrew Dvash Banks and the other, Ethan, has the DNA of Andrew’s husband Israeli born Elad. State Department that seeks the same rights his brother has as an American citizen.

‘What we’re trying to do is pursue justice for Ethan,’ said Elad, his biological dad, ‘and correct a wrong that the State Department is continuing to pursue that might affect other couples’. citizenship

The lawsuit was one of two filed Monday by an LGBTQ immigrant rights group that said the State Department is discriminating against same sex binational couples by denying their children citizenship at birth. citizenship at birth no matter where they are born and even if the other parent is a foreigner. citizen to become a citizen at birth.

Aaron Morris, executive director of Immigration Equality, said the State Department is wrongly applying a policy for children born out of wedlock to married same sex couples.

‘If a mother and father walk into a consulate and have a marriage certificate and birth certificate, they’re never asked any questions about the biology of the child,’ said Aaron Morris, executive director of Immigration Equality. ‘But the converse is also true and every same sex couple will be asked that.’

Andrew was studying in Israel when he met his future husband, Elad, an Israeli citizen. or in Israel, they moved to Canada, where they wed in 2010.

Each boy was conceived with donor eggs and the sperm from a different father, but born by the same surrogate mother in September 2016.

Everything seemed fine until the couple brought their infants to the American consulate in Toronto a few months later to apply for citizenship and the woman at the counter began asking probing questions they found shocking and humiliating.

The consular official told them she had discretion to require a DNA test to show who the biological father was of each boy and without those tests neither son would get citizenship.

The men knew that Andrew was Aiden’s biological father and Elad was Ethan’s but they had kept it a secret and hadn’t planned on telling anyone.
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The Texas State 7 on 7 tournaments got rolling on Thursday in College Station, and several local teams advanced to Friday’s Division II Championship Bracket.

China Spring is making a habit of dominating this summer, having no trouble breezing through Pool J undefeated. The Cougars start their championship run Friday against La Grange.

Cameron Yoe’s only defeat came to Pool C champ Eastland in Game 2, advancing the Yoemen to the championship bracket to play Argyle. Gatesville grabbed a must win Game 3 against Van Horn and advances to play Albany.

Groesbeck (0 3), West (1 2) and Lorena (1 2) couldn’t find a way to grab a championship berth, but will still have an opportunity to continue playing. West faces Ballinger, Groesbeck plays White Oak and Lorena matches up against Lexington in the conslation bracket.
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Gassnola, was named in the recent FBI probe of NCAA basketball, reported by Yahoo! Sports on Friday morning.

The FBI probe uncovered a balance sheet, obtained by Yahoo! Sports, from former NBA agent Andy Miller and his company ASM Sports. Gassnola, who runs the Adidas sponsored New England Playaz program, appears to have received $17,300 an amount listed as an asset on the balance sheet.

“It was money that (Gassnola) helped coordinate for a pre draft workout and coaching and related expenses to a pre draft workout for someone who had already declared for the draft,” Kelly said.

Gassnola has a history of involvement with ASM. In 2012, the Playaz were one of four teams banned from participating in July events (one of the busiest times of the AAU season) due to Gassnola’s association with Miller and ASM. The NCAA obtained an email from Miller to the four program directors telling them “you have to want it” and “do more than just give it thought, act on it.” Playaz athletes were allowed to participate in July events as long as they could prove their new teams were not involved with Gassnola.

Friday’s revelations from Yahoo! Sports would suggest the relationship between Gassnola and ASM continued. When contacted for comment, Gassnola directed MassLive to his attorney.

Kelly declined comment on any potential NCAA violations, but he said there was “nothing in the relationship between Mr. Miller and ASM with respect to Mr. Gassnola that would violate any criminal statutes, as far as we’re concerned.”

“I think they’ve had a long standing friendship, and what came out today just kind of reiterated that,” Kelly said.

One former Playaz athlete, Erik Murphy, is named on the ASM balance sheet. However, Murphy an ASM client has been a professional since 2013, which would make any money received from ASM in 2015 legal.
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JENKS After much of his Friday night was spent performing for fans during a sold out concert at the BOK Center, Garth Brooks spent Saturday afternoon focusing on the kids.

Nearly 100 area kids spent the afternoon working on drills and honing their skills at the Garth Brooks Teammates for Kids Soccer ProCamp at Turning Point Soccer in Jenks.

“The greatest part of my life ever is about being a dad,” he said. “When you talk about career, it’s always been music until this year. This is the greatest thing for me. I’ve never been more proud of anything I’ve got to be a part of than these ProCamps.”

Brooks, wearing a black Oklahoma State University hooded sweatshirt and jeans, jumped in and helped with some of the drills, gave the campers high fives and provided an encouraging pep talk about the importance of teammates.

“You talk about the circle. I see these little faces on these girls and I watch these coaches and I immediately go back to watching my own girls with their coaches,” Brooks said. “It’s cool the circle keeps going, and it’s all about kids.”

The participants were a mix of kids from area club teams as well as the Mabee Red Shield Boys and Girls Club, Youth at Heart and the Tulsa Boys Home.

“This is a great opportunity for (boys from the Tulsa Boys Home) to get out in the community and mingle with other kids,” executive director Gregg Conway said. “Frankly, they don’t have the opportunity to do that every often,”

Fifteen boys from the Tulsa Boys Home were among the camp participants.

“A lot of boys at the Tulsa Boys Home don’t have a background in team sports,” Conway said. “For our guys, a sport helps them develop cooperation and communication skills.”

Similar camps, a partnership between ProCamps and the Garth Brooks Teammates for Kids Foundation, are being held at other tour stops.

“It doesn’t matter where it’s at,” Brooks said. “Once you bring the kid element in it doesn’t matter if it’s Chicago the first city of the tour or Tulsa or Boston the next city of the tour. It’s all about kids and it’s all about love.”

Kamden Karleskint, 10, has played soccer for more than six years and was excited about the opportunity to attend a camp with Mulrooney. His mother, Mandy, admitted that she was excited to see Brooks.

“It’s good to see him be a real person just like the rest of us and blend in,” she said. “He’s not doing it for fame. He’s doing it for the kids. Most of us don’t get to see that side of him.”
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Is Brooks leaning in any direction, even slightly? In his mind, has he established any preferred landing spots between the 20 schools that have offered him scholarships?

“Not at all.”

That’s right. While speculation swirls, Brooks has become adamant about keeping his recruitment wide open until the moment he announces his college decision sometime in November. Until then, consider it a 20 horse race. Brooks confirmed this with the Opelika Auburn News on Thursday.

And it’s fair to say that by leaving all of his options on the table, Brooks is taking the smartest approach, especially considering his offer count seems to grow each day.

Thursday, for example, the 6 foot 10, 220 pound power forward reeled in his latest two offers from Baylor and SMU. The day also included an unofficial visit to Auburn University, where Brooks met with Auburn head basketball coach Bruce Pearl.

It was just a typical Thursday in the scope of Brooks’ 2016 summer.

In July, the big man’s skill set was showcased across the country from Las Vegas, to Atlanta, to South Carolina as he traveled with and played ball for Team Carroll, his Birmingham based AAU team. Brooks’ presence drew swarms of college scouts eager to get a first hand look at his interior prowess.

In July alone, Brooks racked up eight offers.

Then, in August, he traveled to Los Angeles to play for Team Rose in the Adidas Global Nations. The team’s game against Team Africa at Cerritos College was broadcasted on ESPNU, and a national audience tuned in as Brooks was very efficient in his 14 minutes of playing time: nine points (including 4 of 5 from the field), six rebounds and an assist.

In addition to Baylor and SMU, Brooks has offers from Auburn, Arizona State, VCU, Alabama, UAB, Georgia, Vanderbilt, Mississippi State, Texas Tech, Florida State, Florida Gulf Coast, Georgia Tech, Arkansas, DePaul, Providence, Pittsburgh, Texas A and Missouri.

Until November, speculation will continue to swirl. Fans, coaches and reporters with school affiliations will continue to reach out to Brooks in hopes of learning which way he’s leaning, and when he will narrow his list.
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