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  • Mark Wesley Pritchard
    Published about 5 hours ago
    Super Bowl Madness

    Super Bowl Madness

    In case you’re living under a rock or don’t care, Super Bowl LIV is about a week away. Most of you are probably preparing to host a Super Bowl party or attend one, whether it’s at a friend’s house, restaurant, etc. The big game between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers in Miami is a matchup that’s worth tuning in for. I asked my followers last week which team they’re rooting for to win it all. A majority of people said that the Chiefs are going to hoist the Lombardi trophy. My pick to win the big game is the 49ers. The Chiefs are in the Super Bowl for the first time in 50 years, but I see San Francisco winning by less than 10 points. Last I checked, according to a Sporting News article, Betonline.ag listed Kansas City as a point and half favorite over San Francisco. Here are some facts about the Super Bowl:
  • Rich Monetti
    Published a day ago
    Somers Wipes Away Earlier Defeat with 42-6 Victory over Yorktown

    Somers Wipes Away Earlier Defeat with 42-6 Victory over Yorktown

    Earlier this year Somers and Yorktown faced off as undefeated Class A powerhouses. Both teams battled up and down the field before the Huskers pulled away in the final minutes. So a packed house at Mahopac High School had to be sitting in wait of another titanic struggle. But the Tuskers clearly suffered a memory lapse and gave the Huskers a stinging 42-6 defeat that they may never forget.
  • Winners Only
    Published 2 days ago
    Track Stars App National Athletes of the Week

    Track Stars App National Athletes of the Week

    The collegiate indoor track and field season finished its fourth weekend of action. Check out our honorees who have been named the Track Stars App National Athletes of the Week.
  • Bazooka Teaches
    Published 3 days ago
    Only in America Cheaters Prevail in Sports

    Only in America Cheaters Prevail in Sports

    Yes, only in Ameria can an athlete or team cheat and win a championship. The message that is sold to our youth is that cheaters will get fined and suspended, but cheating still counts when winning the whole thing. This is wrong at so many levels! American leagues should start punishing athletes and teams that get caught cheating with the ultimate punishment. That ultimate punishment should be to strip all of their trophies away. Does it happen? Nope! Only measly fines and weak suspension get handed out.
  • Winners Only
    Published 3 days ago
    Winters shakes up Snow Globe Invite at Otterbein

    Winters shakes up Snow Globe Invite at Otterbein

    Melanie Winters took wins in the 60-metet dash and long jump competitions at the Otterbein Snow Globe Invitational, Saturday, Jan. 18 in Westerville, Ohio.
  • Vidello Productions
    Published 6 days ago
    10 Expensive Things Owned By Multi-Millionaire Steven Curry
  • Eric Desuza
    Published 8 days ago
    6 Essential Takeaways from Sports Marketing

    6 Essential Takeaways from Sports Marketing

    Need to promote your business effectively? It's time to engage in something very creative that easily catches the eye of someone passing by. Sports Marketing is not just to promote sales but to encourage market research prior to the production. The end customer will only feel inspired if the product meets the needs appropriately.
  • Winners Only
    Published 8 days ago
    Track Stars App National Athletes of the Week

    Track Stars App National Athletes of the Week

    The collegiate indoor track and field season finished its third weekend of action. Check out our ten honorees who have been named the Track Stars App National Athletes of the Week.
  • Rich Monetti
    Published 9 days ago
    Somers Defeats Vestal 45-39 and Heads to Final Four

    Somers Defeats Vestal 45-39 and Heads to Final Four

    On Saturday at Pace University, Somers and Vestal played a sustained back and forth until midway through the third quarter of the New York State Regional Semifinal. But in stepped Somers’ top gun Hannah Angelini to finally upset the balance and begin busting the bracket for the Section One champs. She went off the dribble for Somers’ final fourth to tie the score at 27 and then drove the lane to put Vestal in back for good in the Tuskers 45-39 victory.