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Jacob Moore placed third in the pole vault (12-6); Andrew Sullivan was third in the 110-high hurdles in 15.59 (he was also fourth in the 300 hurdles) and Dustin Nelson was third in the 100 in 11.47.
"That could have easily been a foul as much as a goal," Kendricks said. "...I'm sure they feel very disappointed, and they would have been a great representative in the championship."
Sept. 20 at Chandler: This is the first of four straight games against playoff teams from last year. It is the meat of the Pride?s schedule and getting off to a good start on this gauntlet is important. The Wolves are out to prove they are different than year?s past and a win here would go a long way,to help make sure the point gets across,jassen woolrich. Last year?s 28-27 win by Mountain Pointe over the Wolves was crazy and this one just might have the same feel.
Before the National Hockey League became the international league it is today,, many of the most talented hockey players in the world were banned from playing in North America by their Communist governments. “Breakaway” tells the courageous stories of those players who decided they would come to the NHL no matter the consequences. With tales of secret meetings, late-night car rides, and incredible culture shock, Pinchevsky's book reads as much like a spy thriller as a hockey history.
 The Robertsons also are committed to sexual abstinence before marriage. On one episode, Phil accompanies a grandson and the boy's girlfriend on a date (in Grandpa's boat) and has a talk about it.
Saturday’s event, hosted by Changing Hands Bookstore, takes place in Dobson High School’s recently remodeled theater. Changing Hands General Manager Cindy Dach said they are expecting about 300 people for the event. At Drummond’s request, the event is free and open to the public and will include a slideshow narrated by Drummond, followed by a book signing, Dach said. Those purchasing the book from Changing Hands in person, online, or at the event receive priority line placement, though anyone may bring their copy for Drummond to sign. Each attendee will be able to do a brief Q A with the author during the signing.
Aug. 23 vs. Tempe; Aug. 31 vs. Cesar Chavez; Sept. 7 at Camelback; Sept,. 14 vs. Willow Canyon; Sept. 21 at Chaparral; Sept. 28 at Shadow Mountain; Oct. 4 at South Mountain; Oct. 12 vs. Marcos de Niza; Oct. 19 vs. Notre Dame; Oct. 26 at Perry

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