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Bismarck High’s Sr. RB Isaiah Huus Tells Us, “He’s Not Done”

Bismarck High School's standout running back Isaiah Huus suffered a season ending injury at Fargo Shanley a few weeks back. Reports were coming out. that this would likely be a career ending injury. Isaiah tore his calf late in the game against the Deacons. Part of his calf muscle literally died. Doctors performed emergency surgery on Isaiah the following day. Talk about a devastating way to end your Senior sports season. Huus is also a tremendous wrestler on the state champion Demon wrestling team. Here's one of Isaiah's highlight from last season on the football field.
BISMARCK, ND
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West Virginia Mountaineers vs Oklahoma Sooners Prediction, 9/25/2021 College Football Pick, Tips and Odds

Game: West Virginia Mountaineers vs Oklahoma Sooners. Odds/Point Spread: Sooners (-19.5) The West Virginia Mountaineers (2-1) are traveling to Oklahoma Memorial Stadium on Saturday where they will attempt to defeat the Oklahoma Sooners (3-0). West Virginia opens this game as 19.5-point underdogs. The over/under comes in at 59.5. The West...
NORMAN, OK
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Bragg Creek business owner Brent Moore running for RVC council

Bragg Creek business owner Brent Moore hopes his entrepreneurial spirit and outgoing nature will land him a spot on Rocky View County (RVC) council next month. Moore, who owns a retail storefront in Bragg Creek, said his decision to run for the County’s Division 1 seat in the Oct. 18 municipal election was motivated by his love for the Bragg Creek community, as well as a desire to help improve the dysfunctional “culture” he currently sees on council.
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