- The Decatur Daily, Ala.
Over & out: West Morgan falls in regional semifinals
- The Ada News, Okla.
Latta boys split final games at Atoka
- The Dominion Post, Morgantown, W.Va.
Cody Nespor: Brown, WVU learned tough lesson from departed 2020 recruiting class
- The Tifton Gazette, Ga.
Football: Tift trio earn 1st team All-Region
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- SportsThe Ada News, Okla.
Late Dotson 3-pointer helps Latta Panthers sink Am-Po
Nov. 15—POCASSET — Latta junior Carter Dotson hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with only seconds left to play to help the Panthers edge host Amber-Pocasset 35-33 in a thrilling season-opener on the road Friday night. The Panthers are at Calera tonight and host Vanoss on Friday. "Going on the road and coming out with the win, we aren't going to complain about it," said Latta boys coach Matt Bryant. ...Thanks for your feedback!
- SportsThe Tifton Gazette, Ga.
Blue Devils do battle with TCC at homecoming
Oct. 8—TIFTON — For nearly three quarters Friday, Oct. 7, the Tift County Blue Devils gave the No. 7 Thomas County Central all they wanted and more at Brodie Field. The score was perhaps a surprising 7-7 and the Yellow Jackets were struggling to cover much ground. Unfortunately, a late surge by Thomas County Central saw two quick touchdowns in 15 seconds in the 3rd period and they began to ...Thanks for your feedback!
- U.S.Associated Press
Both candidates courting veterans in big Nevada Senate race
Common sense more than any campaign strategy dictated that Adam Laxalt not trumpet his own military service in Nevada’s sometimes-heated Republican Senate primary. After all, the ex-attorney general, who served as a Navy judge advocate general in Iraq, was running against retired Army Capt. Sam Brown, a war hero who was nearly killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan and whose badly scarred face serves as a more powerful reminder of his sacrifice than his Purple Heart. In some cases he is alsoThanks for your feedback!
- SportsThomasville Times-Enterprise, Ga.
Central burns Bainbridge 35-14
Sep. 5—After losing their last five games to Bainbridge, Central's Yellow Jackets made a strong statement about their 2022 season under new head coach Justin Rogers with an impressive 35-14 trouncing of the #5 ranked Bearcats Friday night at The Jackets' Nest. "That's a solid football team and a solid program over there," Rogers said about the visiting Bearcats after the win. "Our first two ...Thanks for your feedback!
- SportsThe Pueblo Chieftain
Junior Livestock Sale brings in $491k, champion steer sells for $58k to Pueblo's Sam Brown
The annual sale raised more than $491,000 for exhibiting youth. Pueblo's Sam Brown and family purchased the grand champion steer for $58,000.Thanks for your feedback!
- SportsBucks County Courier Times
High school football: La Salle rallies late to upend North Penn
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- PoliticsThe Hill
Laxalt wins Nevada GOP Senate primary
Former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt is projected to win the state’s GOP Senate primary on Wednesday, setting up a matchup with Sen. Catherine Cortez-Masto (D-Nev.). The Associated Press called the race at 1:02 a.m. ET. Laxalt, who was backed by former President Trump, defeated seven candidates in the primary. He had been widely viewed…Thanks for your feedback!
- PoliticsNBC News
Adam Laxalt wins Nevada Republican Senate primary, will face Cortez Masto
Former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt has won the state’s Republican Senate primary, NBC News projects, fending off a late challenge from retired Army CaptThanks for your feedback!
- PoliticsNBC News
Trumpworld heads to Nevada to boost MAGA loyalist in Senate primary’s final days
Former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt served as a fierce foot soldier in former President Donald Trump’s efforts to challenge the 2020 election results.Thanks for your feedback!
- PoliticsLA Times
Big Tech attacks become rallying cry for GOP candidates
Republicans are pushing an anti-Big Tech message in the midterm campaigns as they look to tap into the resentment toward large technology companies that increasingly courses through their party.Thanks for your feedback!