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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE AUGUST 20

            HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL Pendleton Heights 3 Richmond 0 McCutcheon 3 Zionsville 2 Greensburg 3 E. Central 2 Knightstown 3 S. Decatur 0   HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS GOLF Centerville met up with a very strong Wnchester team at Winchester...

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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL THIS WEEK

        HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL THIS WEEK NCC Anderson at Yorktown, 7 pm Connersville at Richmond, 7 pm Eastbrook at Marion, 7 pm Guerin at McCutcheon, 7 pm Harrison at Westfield, 7 pm Washington at Tech, 7 pm Muncie Central at Delta, 7:30 pm New...

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THIS WEEK IN THE BIG 10

          THIS WEEK IN THE BIG 10 (BIG 10 RELEASE) [ONE // btn bus tour heads to east lansing] The BTN bus kept racking up the miles this past week, stopping first in East Lansing for Michigan State’s football practice.  Head coach Mark...

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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE AUGUST 19

            RICHMOND CITY CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF SENIOR FLIGHT A 1……RUNNELS                                   141 2……FRASUR                                      151  SENIOR FLIGHT B PATTON                                  183 KLEIN           ...

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MEN’S GOLF: RICHMOND CITY CHAMPIONSHIPS FINAL SCORES

SENIOR FLIGHT A RUNNELS 141 FRASUR    151 SENIOR FLIGHT B PATTON 183 KLEIN    184 B FLIGHT STILLER                     161 WILLIAMS/GIBSON 163 CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT 1……..MATT HERIG                           140 2……..TYLER PEARSON                    141 3………DEREK...

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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL KICK-OFF

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1964: Phil Linz of the Yankees and Manager Yogi Berra went at each other in a heated row in Chicago when Linz played a harmonica on the team bus after a fourth straight loss put New York 41/2 games behind in the pennant race. The music turned out to be sweet, however, when the Yankees beat the White Sox for the pennant.

1955: Arnold Palmer, winner of the United States Amateur in 1954, won his first professional tournament, the Canadian Open, at the Weston Club in Toronto. He won 59 other pro titles, including eight majors, and with his skill, shirttail-out manner and telegenic appeal popularized golf perhaps more than any other player.

1912….In the nightcap of a doubleheader, Carl Cashion tosses a six-inning no-hitter to give the Senators a 2-0 victory over the Indians and a sweep of the twin bill at Griffith Stadium. The 21 year-old right-hander, who will not get credit for his accomplishment due to the shortened nature of the game, has an outstanding fastball, but a lack of control will limit his career to just 43 games over four seasons.