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P.K. Yonge Girls Basketball Take On Miami Country Day In State Semifinals

P.K. Yonge’s girl’s basketball team is participating in the 4A State Semifinals today. Tipoff was at 10 a.m. Their opponent is the No.2 team in the nation and No.1 team in Florida, Miami Country Day. P.K. Yonge had a successful season as well finishing with a 28-1 record. P.K.’s defense is …

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Padres Ink Manny Machado To Historic 10-Year, $300 Million Deal

Manny Machado earned himself a nice payday yesterday after signing to the largest free agent contract in American sports history. The San Diego Padres once again are spending a lot during free agency. This offseason Machado signed to a 10- year $3oo million while Padres’ first-baseman, Eric Hosmer, signed last …

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LSU Wins At The Buzzer Over No. 5 Kentucky

The LSU Tigers came out victorious against the Kentucky Wildcats last night on controversial tip in by senior Kavell Bigby-Williams. Thanks to that final play, No. 19 LSU edged out Kentucky 73 -71. Many believed the tip in at the buzzer was very close to being goaltending. Unfortunately for Kentucky fans, …

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Lightning Lose In Shootout to Knights

The Tampa Bay Lightning dropped a nail biter to the Las Vegas Golden Knights. Tampa Bay have not been strangers to playing past regulation. Last night’s game and Friday’s contest against the Islanders both went into a shootout. The Lightning came out with a quick 2-0 lead in the second period …

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Mizzou Looks to Snap Losing Streak Against Auburn

The Missouri Tigers sit close to the bottom of the SEC standings. They enter tonight’s contest against the Auburn Tigers with a 1-5 conference record. Mizzou dropped their last two games which includes losing to LSU in an overtime heart-breaker. In the final two minutes of that game, Mizzou blew …

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Mississippi State No Match for No. 8 Kentucky

The Mississippi State Bulldogs failed to hand Kentucky their first home loss of the season. The Wildcats had control of the whole game from start to finish. After a hot start from three point range, the Bulldogs were able to limit Kentucky’s three point attempts. Mississippi State forced the issue …

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Miami Heat Suffer Worst Loss of the Season to Bucks

The Miami Heat were going into Milwaukee finally over the .500 mark at 21-20. That didn’t last very long as the Bucks blew out the Heat by nearly 40 points with a 124- 86 victory. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)Giannis Antetokounmpo recorded his fourth triple double of the season with 12 points, 10 …

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NFC Wild Card Recap: Eagles and Cowboys Hang On to Advance

Cowboys and Seahawks The Dallas Cowboys defense stepped up in the first half as they held Russell Wilson and the Seahawk’s offense to six points. Wilson was able to get more offense in the second half and almost pulled off a comeback but just came up short, losing 24-22. Dak Prescott …

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Buccaneers look to repeat Week 1 success against the Saints

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are looking at a tough stretch to wrap up the season and keep their slim playoff hopes alive. This Sunday, the Bucs will go head-to-head against the NFC South leaders New Orleans Saints. The Bucs came out with a surprising win against the Saints in week …

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Green Bay aims for a new franchise direction

This last week has been very eventful, to say the least, for the Green Bay Packers. After losing to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, December 2nd, the Packers fired head coach Mike McCarthy. McCarthy coached the Packers for 13 seasons and had a coaching record of 125-77-2. He won Super …

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