What Lonergan is looking for in a school

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Two-sport star Dylan Lonergan has his focus currently on baseball. He’s spent the better part of the last two weeks with Canes Baseball and had his first start on the summer travel ball circuit on Tuesday morning in the Ultimate Baseball Championship at the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches.
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Watch: Lonergan throws during spring practice

SNELLVILLE, Ga. – On Monday afternoon, TheBigSpur stopped by Brookwood High School to check on the top 2023 quarterback recruit for the South Carolina Gamecocks, four-star Dylan Lonergan. Several of Lonergan’s throws from Monday’s practice are posted in the video above this story. Lonergan, who completed a little more...
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Marian’s Lonergan will play basketball at Kings College

Marian High School senior Brendan Lonergan will attend Kings College to continue his academic and basketball careers. Lonergan was a two-year starter at Marian, scoring 625 points for the Colts. He also played at Minersville and scored 291 points there for a career total of 916 points. This past season,...

Assessing the QB situation for each of Lonergan’s finalists

South Carolina quarterback target Dylan Lonergan is down to five schools. Most of the five have starting quarterbacks who could be on the move after this season. Here’s what the quarterback situation looks like at each school, heading into the summer of 2022. Alabama. Starter: Bryce Young. 2022 signee:...

Out with Lonergan, In with Spearin: Texas Legislature Provides Contractors with Limited Protection for Defective Plans and Designs

As of September 1, 2021, in a change to Texas case law that had been in place for over a century, Texas contractors now have protection in certain circumstances from liability for defective plans and specifications provided to the contractor by someone else. In the 1907 Texas Supreme Court case Lonergan v. San Antonio Loan & Trust, the court held that it was the contractor’s responsibility to reconstruct a collapsed building even though the collapse was due to a defect in the design plans and specifications prepared by the architect hired by the project owner and provided to the contractor by the project owner. In 2012, in El Paso Field Services v. Mastec, the Texas Supreme Court reaffirmed its decision in Lonergan.