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Bryarly ready to take it to the next level

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SALEM — Anthony Bryarly has been a lethal force on the gridiron for the Crestview football team. The senior has embraced challenges that have allowed him to grow and become worthy of a nod to Ohio’s roster in the Penn-Ohio Stateline Classic. Bryarly had to switch teams in the middle of ...

Pirates hold on to beat Indians, 11-10

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PITTSBURGH — Gregory Polanco hit a two-run homer in a five-run first inning and the Pittsburgh Pirates nearly squandered a 10-run lead in the late innings before hanging on to beat the Cleveland Indians 11-10, snapping a 10-game losing streak. Ke’Bryan Hayes had a three-run double that ...

Oak Glen’s new tradition

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NEW MANCHESTER, W.Va. — Many athletes and coaches have their superstitions in wide varieties. Some sound extremely odd, while others possibly were passed down from earlier generations. The Oak Glen softball team has found a new one since falling for the first and only time in Game 1 of the ...

Color me surprised

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According to science, deer do not see color. At least that is what they tell me, especially when I am required to wear bright orange during gun season. I am told that as long as I break up the pattern and hold perfectly still deer will have a hard time seeing me. Now, I really do not ...

Crouser takes on the world

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EUGENE, Ore. — The record was older than he is. When he broke it, Ryan Crouser knew it right away. The 28-year-old who built a training pit at his home in Arkansas to stay on point during the coronavirus pandemic shattered a shot put world record Friday night that was set 2 1/2 years ...

Kaulig Racing to Cup Series

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Kaulig Racing has purchased two charters from Spire Motorsports and will move to NASCAR’s Cup Series next year with a full-time ride for Justin Haley and select races for AJ Allmendinger. Team owner Matt Kaulig — a former University of Akron quarterback —had been ...