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Contributing writerDavid Logue remembers the final year he played basketball at Junction City High School, when the team outscored Danville Admirals to take the 45th District tournament championship in 1962. “It was an uphill battle to beat Danville,” he said....
One of the more startling insects found in Kentucky is the camel cricket, also known as the cave cricket or cellar cricket. Dr. Lee Townsend, extension entomologist with the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, has provided some good...
firstname.lastname@example.orgNicholasville native Lee Ann Hager has taught writing for 20 years, but recently she’s decided to put her own name on the cover of a book. Thus, a spunky little 12-year-old detective, Cricket Kelly, entered the world of fiction in a book Hager...
Mmmm. Just look at that plump little cicada. Can you imagine plucking it off its leaf and popping it in your mouth? Too much? How about after it's flash fried with a little butter, garlic and sea salt? Face it, America. We're inch-worming our way closer...
The recently concluded 11th Annual Lauderhill Bedessee T20 Night Cricket Tournament taught the organizers a fairly important lesson – better-quality cricket does not always mean bigger crowds. After 10 years of playing under the country format, the...
Saving its best for the big day, Westway Warriors trounced Laparkan Power by 22 runs to win the 11th annual Lauderhill Bedessee T20 Night Cricket Tournament last Saturday at the Lauderhill Sport Park. In a match between two teams that had only lost...
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One of the biggest and best cricket fields for miles around was dedicated Friday by Orange County officials and enthusiasts of the bat-and-ball game, often touted as the second-most-watched sport in the world. Nearly four years in the planning and...
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More than five years after Broward County opened the nation's first internationally certified cricket stadium, promoters can count on one hand how many international matches have been held there — and still have three fingers to spare. It's...
Calling legendary sports writer Shirley Povich. Record-smasher Chris Gayle and the sport of cricket need you. When Don Larsen pitched a perfect game in the 1956 World Series, legendary Washington Post sports writer Povich wrote this memorable opening...
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NEW DELHI – West Indies batsman Chris Gayle rocked the sports world Tuesday, setting Twitter ablaze with praise in 140-character dollops when he scored the fastest 100 runs in the history of professional cricket after just 30 pitches. West Indies'...
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A glance at some sporting events and teams that have been affected by attacks and threats: - Sept. 5-6, 1972 — Palestinians going by the name of "Black September" kill 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics. - April 21, 1987 — A...
When Chirag Vani, 27, stepped onto the field for the title match at the American College Cricket national championship last month, he and the rest of the UMBC cricket club were confident. "We had won the Mid-Atlantic Regional last year, so we had...
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