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Instead, the Blue Devils spent some of their time watching film, and a lot of their time talking. The players were asked by the coaches to hold a "players only" meeting and talk out their issues. After all, a few issues surfaced during Warren's 63-31
Think fast Mundelein sure is The wins are starting to pile up at Mundelein , just like the points do. The high-scoring and red-hot Mustangs, who have averaged more than 70 points over the last eight years, are now 17-3 and winners of their last
A good idea has been pitched on this page and elsewhere in this newspaper recently, and I want to add a hearty second, or third, or fourth. The idea is to name the Henderson County High School baseball complex after longtime head coach B.T...A state
I have been a close friend and professional colleague to Coach Bill Tom Wayne for more than 35 years. I had the distinct pleasure of coaching varsity athletics with him at Henderson County High School for nearly two decades (1974 throughout 1989).
Turner is this afternoon expected to be announced as the replacement for winger Drew Mitchell, struck down by a hamstring strain, for Saturday night's Test against the All Blacks at ANZ Stadium. He will likely be the only change to the Wallabies'
All Blacks assistant coach Wayne Smith has warned referees they might need to get fitter to keep up with the increasing pace of test rugby. The All Blacks have made no secret of their desire to play a high-tempo game as they work towards the next
Audio Key on All Whites draw with Italy Monday, 21 June 2010 12:08 +1200 New Zealand Prime Minister John Key talks with the media after watching the All Whites sensational 1-all draw with Italy at the World Cup in South Africa. > Listen PM Key talks
The former Test star and Sydney Roosters coach sat through the NRL club's session on Thursday before chewing the fat with coach Wayne Bennett, assistant Adrian Lam and Dragons players. "It was good to have him down here," Lam told AAP. "I think he's
Two pairs of eyes are better than one and Wayne Smith reckons rugby would benefit by imitating the Australian National Rugby League (NRL). Two referees were introduced to the NRL this season to help officials cope with the growing pace and intensity