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Dayton Daily News

Dayton routed by Southern Illinois but scoring streak lives on

The Dayton Flyers narrowly avoided their first shutout loss in 45 years on Saturday night. A 28-yard field goal in the third quarter by Sam Webster extended Dayton’s scoring streak — the longest active streak in college football — to 489 games, but the Flyers (1-1) lost 55-3 to No. 8 Southern Illinois (2-1) in Carbondale, Ill.
DAYTON, OH
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Departed Jenkins remembered fondly by family, players and colleagues

When Robbie Jenkins thinks about how devoted his father was to his family, his mind immediately zeroes in on a moment that took place almost 21 years ago. The date was Nov. 25, 2000. Jenkins was a backup quarterback on Bridgewater College's football team, and the Eagles were in San Antonio, Texas for an NCAA Division III playoff game against Trinity University.
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Coe football faces schedule gauntlet after rolling past Simpson

CEDAR RAPIDS — And now a two-game gauntlet. Coe’s football team opened American Rivers Conference play Saturday afternoon with a 42-22 win over Simpson at Clark Field. It was a win more convincing than the final score. Up now is a game next week at Wartburg. After a bye week,...
CEDAR RAPIDS, IA
Tribune-Star

Rose-Hulman rally hopes dashed at Hope

Rose-Hulman had a furious fourth-quarter rally fall just short as host Hope College defeated the Engineers 27-20 in NCAA Division III football Saturday afternoon. Hope led 27-6 in the fourth quarter before Rose scored two touchdowns in 13 seconds to close within one score in the final seconds. The Engineers...
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Inside Nova

Marymount makes Hall of Fame selections

The Marymount University Athletics Hall of Fame committee has announced its 15th class, set to be inducted Friday, Oct. 15 at the Westin Arlington Gateway. The inductees are Bobby Barrett (men’s swimming, Class of 2008), Cori Carson (women’s basketball), Stephen Milano (men’s lacrosse, Class of 2001) and the 2001-02 women’s basketball team.
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Wabash College to dedicate new stadium, names major donor

CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — Wabash College will dedicate its new $15 million football stadium this weekend as it hosts Allegheny College on the gridiron. This comes as President Scott Feller announces the primary donor who made the new venue possible. Feller says alum Kevin Clifford and his family...
CRAWFORDSVILLE, IN
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No. 20 SJU Hosts Fall Invitational This Weekend

No. 20 Saint John's golf hosts its fall invitational this Saturday-Sunday, Sept. 18-19. The first round is scheduled for noon Saturday at St. Cloud C.C., followed by a 9 a.m. start Sunday at Blackberry Ridge G.C. in Sartell. - Live Scoring. AT THE TEE BOX: Saturday's first round will be...
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Truett’s Chick-fil-A Sports: High school football scores. Rome Braves fall 7-1 to Crawdads. Atlanta Braves fall 6-5 in 11 innings. Berry faces no. 2 team in the nation today; Shorter also on the road. Falcons at Bucs on Sunday.

Truett’s Chick-fli-A, 264 Shorter Ave., 6 a.m.-10 p.m. Self-serve, drive-through, curbside, Door Dash. Mount Berry Mall, 7 a.m. curbside breakfast; 9 a.m. inside; open until 8:30 p.m. Shipping Container, 6 a.m.-10 p.m. All Monday-Saturday. HIGH SCHOOL. Scores:. South Paulding 34, Rome 32. Darlington 28, Heritage 7. Pepperell 24, Temple 20.
ATLANTA, GA

Saint Vincent football eyes 2-0 start as it hosts PAC opponent Geneva

Geneva (0-2, 0-1 PAC) vs. Saint Vincent (1-0, 0-0 PAC) Last meeting: Geneva 48, Saint Vincent 10 on Oct. 5, 2019. About Geneva: The Golden Tornadoes opened the season with losses to Wooster (42-35) and Carnegie Mellon (31-17). They rushed for 271 yards against CMU but allowed 476 yards. Hilton McClain rushed for 104 yards on two carries and had a 59-yard touchdown run. Tyler Lippiatt rushed for 95 yards.
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Daily News-Record

Eagles' ODAC Opener Is A Big One

A week ago, after he and Bridgewater College finished off a victory at Southern Virginia, Eagles senior running back Demetreus Jalepes told his teammates they’d have to play even better this Saturday against Randolph-Macon, a game he said might wind up deciding the Old Dominion Athletic Conference title. In some...
BRIDGEWATER, VA
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Women’s Volleyball’s Comeback Effort Falls Short Against Clarkson

HOBOKEN, N.J. (Sept. 17, 2021) – For the first time in the 2021 season, the Stevens Institute of Technology women's volleyball team was unable to find the right formula for a victory as they fell 3-1 against Clarkson University Friday night inside Canavan Arena in the second match of the Castle Point Challenge.
HOBOKEN, NJ
northwestgeorgianews.com

Vikings get ready for tough test against perennial power

Late last spring, Berry head football coach Tony Kunczewski was looking for a team to fill an open date he had on his 2021 fall schedule. He not only found one, but he found an opponent that can very easily be regarded as the toughest regular-season the Vikings have ever face – the No. 2-ranked Wisconsin-Whitewater Warhawks, the six-time NCAA Division III national champions who is perennially considered a favorite to add to their long list laurels.
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No. 25 Vikings On Road For Major Challenge Against No. 2 Wisconsin-Whitewater

Late last spring, Berry head football coach Tony Kunczewski was looking for a team to fill an open date he had on his 2021 fall schedule. He not only found one, but he found an opponent that can very easily be regarded as the toughest regular-season the Vikings have ever face – the No. 2-ranked Wisconsin-Whitewater Warhawks, the six-time NCAA Division III national champions who is perennially considered a favorite to add to their long list laurels.
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Lamentations & Vaccinations: Pastor Dan Nold Offers Perspective for Tough Times

I don’t know anyone better qualified than Pastor Dan Nold to offer helpful insights to Happy Valley residents who have struggled during 2020 and 2021. Nold holds both a master’s degree and a doctorate from Bethel Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota. He’s one of our community’s most senior pastors, having led Calvary Church for more than 27 years. That multi-site body not only meets in a hub location near Boalsburg but also in downtown State College, Millheim, Lewistown and Tyrone.
STATE COLLEGE, PA