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Plenty of spring/summer sports to see
Saturday, May 6, 2017
With fall commencements just around the corner and Mother’s Day fast approaching, area sports activities are springing into high gear. The Durham Bulls Youth Athletic League began Tuesday at Long Meadow Park on Liberty Street. The 9- to 12-year-old league, which is part of the Cal Ripken Little League organization, competes Tuesday and Thursday
Joshua may make boxing must-see TV
Thursday, May 4, 2017
LONDON — Anthony Joshua remained in the ring long after 90,000 of his supporters had filed out of Wembley Stadium, posing happily for pictures with his team and hugging just about everyone he knew. No reason to leave early when being the heavyweight champion is so much fun. “I just want to fight everyone, man,” Joshua said.
Bailey balancing books, ball
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
SILER CITY, N.C. — Generally speaking, no job is safe on a ball field. Getting outworked could get a guy on the bench. Keelan “The Flea” Bailey is taking his chances. “I’m very good with priorities,” Bailey said. “I know what comes first, which is academics.” A defensive back and slot receiver at
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