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  • Like father, like son: Frank Brown takes charge of Bethel's offense

    Like father, like son: Frank Brown takes charge of Bethel's offense
    In the fall of 1978, Frank Brown III set a school record that might never be broken. He completed 86 percent of his passes for the entire season. "Of course," he chuckled, "we only threw 14 passes." Yep … the Bruins were a triple option team in...
  • Bethel's staff pulls together for 4-0 start; Bruins face Phoebus

    Bethel's staff pulls together for 4-0 start; Bruins face Phoebus
    It had been 18 years since Bubba Hooker was in charge on the sideline. That was at Lafayette, back when the Rams were struggling to stay afloat in the Peninsula District. Today, he has the title of acting head coach at Bethel, which is off to a...
  • Strong second half helps Bethel hold off resurgent Heritage 21-6

    Jeff Nelson's halftime speech had to wait. Seven of his players were otherwise occupied as escorts in the homecoming ceremony. But once they made it back to the locker room, for the few minutes that were left before the second half began, Nelson got into...
  • Penn State Lineman Devon Still Getting National Attention

    Penn State Lineman Devon Still Getting National Attention
    Senior Devon Still (Wilmington, Del.) has been added to the Chuck Bednarik Award Watch List, an honor presented annually to the nation's defensive player of the year by the Maxwell Football Club. Still has been a significant force as the anchor of Penn...
  • Former Supreme Court justice now pushing education

    Former Supreme Court justice now pushing education
    After more than 24 years in the U.S. Supreme Court, former Justice Sandra Day O’Connor now strives to make civics and government more interesting for young children than it was for her growing up in El Paso, Texas. “I was so sick of...
  • Rush 6 - Icemen 3 RECAP

    Rush 6 - Icemen 3 RECAP
    The Rapid City Rush offense awaked on Friday night, earning a 6-3 win over the Evansville IceMen at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center.  The Rush received three-point efforts from Derek LeBlanc, Jamie Carroll and Ryan Menei.  The Rush victory is the third in...
  • Rush 2 Icemen 4 RECAP

    Rush 2 Icemen 4 RECAP
    On Saturday night, the Rapid City Rush faced off with the Evansville IceMen at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center. The Rush fired a season-high 48 shots on net while allowing just 20, but the IceMen prevailed by a 4-2 score. The contest was the final home...
  • After last fall's devastating injury, Jeff Nelson sees 'a little bit of light'

    After last fall's devastating injury, Jeff Nelson sees 'a little bit of light'
    Nearly seven months have passed, yet there are moments it's all happening again. As he's drifting off to sleep, that play — a jet sweep coming right at him — flashes in his brain. He can't watch a game on television anymore without...
  • Mariners Announce Special Nights At Safeco

    Mariners Announce Special Nights At Safeco
      With pitchers and catchers reporting to Spring Training less than two weeks from today, the Seattle Mariners announced a slate of special events for the 2011 season with some fan favorites including two bobbleheads and tributes to two important...
  • Is it the shoes? Bethel's Sam Bennett a tough runner to stop

    The numbers Bethel tailback Sam Bennett is putting up this season are surprising even him. Going into tonight's game against Hampton, he's second in the Peninsula District in rushing yards (883, or 147 per game) and touchdowns (12). This from a kid who...
  • Orioles shut out in 6th straight loss

    Orioles shut out in 6th straight loss
    BOSTON – In an energized visiting clubhouse late Friday night, an Orioles team that had lost five straight games – many in humiliating fashion – sounded as if it had gotten the wakeup call it badly needed. The players talked excitedly...