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Font Resize Vacaville High School girls basketball wins big over Will C. Wood Posted: 01/31/2014 01:00:44 AM PST The pace was so dizzying, even the star of the night was confused. Capriana Christian and the Vacaville High School girls basketball
Steve Lewis/Durango Herald Jenny Welbourn is part of what should be a deep group of guards for the Durango High School girls basketball team. We're definitely a very guard-oriented team, said forward Emily McCue, who hosted Bayfield and Ignacio high
Exactly one hour 15 minutes after having her baby, she was writing her English exam from her hospital bed. When one looks closer at the statistics, a very uncomfortable picture emerges about the high price school girls pay for pregnancy. One of the
More than 8,000 primary and secondary school girls in Tanzania each year are forced to abandon studies due to pregnancy, it was disclosed in Moshi last week. To make matters worse, many of the kids born by the school dropouts end up as street
The Jepson girls won with a total of 81 points, followed by Golden West (53), Vaca Pena (38) and Vacaville Christian (31). Winning events for Jepson were Cassiel Nortier-Tilly (880 yards), Sierra Carmelich (mile), Libby Christensen (long jump), and
Wood and Vacaville high schools have shown their acumen on the golf course this season...The Bulldogs, Wildcats and Napa Indians all tied for the Monticello Empire League boys title after Vacaville won the final MEL tournament on Tuesday at Paradise
Report Dubai, Dec 14 (ANI) Facebook is used by 59 percent of high school girls in Saudi Arabia, a survey has revealed. According to the study prepared by researcher Fawzia Al Harbi, the country ranked 33rd in the world with 5,906,220 users.
Steve Lewis/Durango Herald Kathryn Ross, a Fort Lewis College cyclist and experienced triathlete, recently took over the Durango High School girls swimming program, and shell lead them in the seasons first meet at 4 p.m. today at the Fort Lewis
THE United Nations' 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence kick-starts today with vigorous campaigns to form a joint front aiming at stamping out the vice. Throughout the world, the focus will be on respect for women's basic rights and
Professor Carrie Paechter, of the department of educational studies at Goldsmiths, University of London Private school girls who are under intense parental pressure to excel are being driven to eating disorders, an academic has warned.