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Fairview grad Shane O’Neill brings soccer experience to U20 national team, Colorado Rapids

By Lake Brant, staff writer Shane O’Neill, a Fairview graduate,  is hoping to make an impact on the U.S. National Soccer Team. O’Neill trained with the under-20 national team over the weekend in Mexico; the team also participated in a … Continue reading

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Opinion: During Super Bowl performance, I didn’t LUV Madonna

By Joey Danaher, assistant editor The Super Bowl is anticipated by most everyone. For some, it’s purely for the football while for others, it’s for the million dollar commercials and the allure of the half time show. The half time … Continue reading

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Opinion: The NBA is no match for college basketball

By Loic Guegan, staff writer As a basketball fan, I find that the highest level of the game that players can reach is far less exciting than college and high school. The National Basketball Association usually features one superstar with … Continue reading

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Opinion: Tim Tebow a pleasant surprise for Broncos fans

By Loic Guegan, staff writer I’ll admit that when Broncos head coach John Fox first announced that Tim Tebow would be starting Week 7 against the Dolphins, I was very skeptical. Much to the astonishment of many NFL experts, Tebow … Continue reading

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Opinion: Wheldon’s death should be a wake-up call for all athletes

By Loic Guegan, staff writer In an age where safety is a priority in sports, many people tend to overlook the fact that sports are still rather dangerous. We always hear about athletes breaking bones or tearing muscles, but when … Continue reading

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Opinion: Super Bowl loss denies redemption for Roethlisberger

By Benn Myers, commentary editor I’m not a big football guy.  My dad loves it, and I’ve always been granted a sort of second-hand exposure to it, but I’ve never found myself really drawn into the game, fervently backing teams … Continue reading

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Hard hits and harder losses punctuate this big week in sports

By Schuyler Wright, sports editor This week in sports, football and baseball were highlighted by a drove of stories stemming from on-field play. With huge losses and devastating hits, many teams felt worse for the wear on Monday morning.

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