Midland Reporter-Telegram

HS FOOTBALL: Lubbock Coronado hands MHS its 3rd straight loss

LUBBOCK – The Midland High football team won’t be entering District 2-6A play with the momentum it hoped to. The Bulldogs suffered their third straight loss as they fell 42-17 to Lubbock Coronado in their final non-district game, Thursday at Lowrey Field. The Mustangs (1-3) buried MHS with a string...
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Herald Tribune

Youngsters help Parrish Community record first varsity football win

PARRISH — The Parrish Community High football team faced some extenuating circumstances last week that tested its roster depth and perseverance. Injuries and illness forced the Bulls to use some young, unproven players in key positions along the offensive line in the fourth quarter of a game that hung in the balance.
San Mateo Daily Journal

San Mateo County football previews • Weekend Sept. 17-18

Sacred Heart Prep (1-1) at Mountain View (2-1), 7 p.m. The Gators had a bye last week. They dropped a 13-7 decision to St. Ignatius two weeks ago. … The Mountain View Spartans spanked Los Altos, 42-7. … SHP has been strong on defense this season. Through two games, the Gators have notched six sacks. Jack Halloran has two of them. … Luke Renert has been a big-play receiver for SHP. He has only four catches on the season — but is averaging 37 yards per reception. … Mountain View has put up numbers in bunches, averaging 35 points per game. … As a team, the Spartans are averaging 264 yards rushing per game.
Warren Times Observer

Eisenhower traveling to Cochranton tonight

The Eisenhower Knights planned on being on the road tonight facing Seneca but that game was canceled by Seneca due to COVID-19 problems. Jim Penley, the Knights head coach and Eisenhower’s athletic director, quickly picked up Mercer, but that scheduled game lasted about 18 hours before the Mustangs also had to cancel due to COVID-19.
Sioux City Journal

BARRY POE: Le Mars welcomes NAIA's best golfers

Le MARS, Iowa – The best in NAIA college golf is returning to the Ice Cream Capital of the World. The third annual Northwest Iowa National Invitational will be held Sunday-Tuesday at Willow Creek Golf Course. And, once again, tournament director Dan Gray has managed to assemble a star-studded field.

Former Sooner QBs Austin Kendall, Tanner Mordecai clash after fresh starts

Austin Kendall scrambled a bit in July after he decided to graduate transfer to Louisiana Tech. He had to move from Dallas to Ruston. He had to learn a playbook in less than a month. Somewhere in that whirlwind, Kendall had a realization: “Oh sh**, Tanner. Guess we’re going to play each other.”
Milford Daily News

Top 3 high school football games to watch during Week 2 of fall 2021 season

High school football returned to the fall this past week with teams digging in their cleats and grinding their teeth to pull out a Week 1 victory. Now, we’re into Week 2. So without further ado, let’s take a look at the top three high school football games to watch in the MetroWest and greater Milford area this weekend.

Ford’s New Electric Vehicle Center Links “Past and Future”

As far as Corey Williams is concerned, we’re walking on “hallowed ground.”. A year ago, there was nothing but a dusty parking lot where Ford Motor Co.’s new Electric Vehicle Center now stands. But dig deeper into the past and you realize this was the site of the original Ford Rouge Assembly Plant where generations of blue-collar workers built everything from Model A sedans to Mustangs to F-Series pickups — as well as armor, engines and tanks as part of the “Arsenal of Democracy” during World War II.

WNC high school football 2021: Breakdown on games from Week 5

Rabun Gap (2-1) at Christ School (0-2) 2020 records: Rabun Gap (7-2); Christ School (6-2) Last week: Rabun Gap idle; Christ School lost to Maiden 27-21 (OT) Last meeting: Christ School won 38-35 (Fall 2020) Notes: Had you told the Greenies before the season they'd enter conference play winless, they...

Thursday Sports Roundup: Oneonta gets wins in boys soccer, volleyball

The Yellowjackets had a good day in Southern Tier Athletic Conference play Thursday, Sept. 16, beating Chenango Valley in four sets in volleyball and blanking Windsor in boys soccer, 4-0. In Binghamton, Oneonta lost the first set, 20-25, but then swept the next three, 25-15, 25-16, 25-23. Emily Lobb had...

Rush powers Juniata over Halifax, 6-2

MIFFLINTOWN–A second half offensive surge led by Bryce Rush carried Juniata over Halifax by the final score of 6-2 in a Tri-Valley League boys soccer game on Thursday. “The coaching staff asked the team to learn from and respond to a disappointing loss earlier this week. Every player on the field did a fantastic job responding to the loss,” Indians coach Jared Byler said.

2021 Roush Stage 3 Mustang Achieves Full 50 State EPA Emissions Certification

The Roush version of the 2021 Ford Mustang entered production early this year, and the tuner’s Stage 3 Mustang package comes packing a supercharged version of Ford’s 5.0L Coyote V8 that cranks out 750 horsepower and 670 pound-feet of torque, with a more powerful 775 horsepower calibration available as well. However, after California recently tightened up its Smog Check Program, and now specifically looks for ECU tunes as part of that process, a lot of folks were wondering if vehicles like the Stage 3 Mustang would be available in the state moving forward.

NASCAR Next Gen Cars Are More Stock Than The Current Race Cars

For decades, NASCAR cars were “stock cars.” This meant teams had to race production models. More recently, NASCAR race cars have diverged significantly from the production cars they represent. A new generation, the Next Gen car, will debut for the 2022 season. The NASCAR Next Gen cars will be more stock–closer to production cars–than the race cars they replace.