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High School stars, scores and highlights from Monday, Sept. 27

The sophomore enjoyed quite the birthday, scoring four goals to power the Bulldogs past Seekonk. Ferreira scored a hat trick as the Spartans beat Matignon for their third win. Medeiros, an eighth grader, saved a penalty kick in the second half to help the Vikings secure their third win of the season.
ROCHESTER, MA
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spartanavenue.com

Michigan State Football: 3 hot takes from overtime win over Nebraska

Michigan State football didn’t look good on Saturday, plain and simple. The Spartans weren’t able to move the ball at all in the second half which led to them falling behind 20-13 before a punt return by Jayden Reed changed everything. The Spartans didn’t play their best football and still...
MICHIGAN STATE
247Sports

Miami will look to get the run game going against UVA's porous defense

If the Miami Hurricanes are going to get the running game going, this week’s game against Virginia will provide an opportunity. UM enters this week’s game averaging 159 rushing yards per game, which ranks 70th in the country. Against FBS opponents, the Hurricanes are averaging 104 rushing yards per game.
MIAMI, FL
247Sports

Notable quotes from Scott Frost's Monday press conference

Nebraska returned to work on Monday, looking to flush the bad feelings of a 23-20 overtime loss to Michigan State. The Huskers played stellar defense against the Spartans, holding Michigan State without a first down in the second half and owning time of possession after halftime. A special teams blunder in the fourth quarter and shaky offensive line play throughout the game had the attention of head coach Scott Frost as he addressed media after Monday’s practice.
COLLEGE SPORTS
Times-Argus

Usual suspects lead boys rankings

There’s not a lot of movement in the latest Rutland Herald/Times Argus boys soccer rankings as the top five teams maintain their positions. The divisional breakdowns are also similar, although Montpelier and Middlebury fall a bit in Division II after suffering one-goal losses. Perfect records and strong schedules are a common theme among the leaders of each pack, with Essex (5-0) sitting atop the D-I bunch. D-II Milton and D-III Vergennes are also 5-0, while D-IV MSJ is 6-0.
MONTPELIER, VT
outlooknewspapers.com

La Cañada’s Winning Streak Snapped

First published in the Sept. 23 print issue of the Outlook Valley Sun. The La Cañada High School varsity football team was off to a strong start to the season with wins in its first three games. Game four welcomed similarly undefeated North Hollywood Campbell Hall to town. For most...
Niagara Gazette

Sophomores Evan Dean and Evan Floss spark Starpoint's prolific passing attack

PENDLETON — Four weeks ago, sophomores Evan Dean and Evan Floss were running routes to prepare for the season. Dean was set to enter his second varsity season as a starting receiver, while Floss expected to be Starpoint High School’s junior varsity quarterback. Fast forward and the pair has developed into one of the best receiving tandems in Section VI's Class A, an integral part of a 3-0 start for the Spartans months after going 0-5 in the spring season.
PENDLETON, NY
msn.com

How to AI Scan in Halo Infinite and what it does

In Halo Infinite multiplayer, every spartan has an AI dedicated to directing them where to go. It’s a way to get the multiplayer closer to the campaign with Master Chief and Cortana. While these AI are different from Cortana, they will voice some words of encouragement or tell you the item you picked up to avoid any confusion. However, they have an added ability to help you find weapons and other items on the map. Here is how to AI Scan in Halo Infinite.
VIDEO GAMES
conwaydailysun.com

Kennett boys sweep series from Plymouth in soccer

CONWAY — Bragging right go to the Kennett High boys’ soccer team after scoring a 1-0 road victory over Plymouth on Thursday to sweep the season series 2-0, a feat it had not accomplished in recent memory. The Eagles beat the Bobcats 3-0 in Conway on Aug. 31. The win...
CONWAY, NH
Elko Daily Free Press

Spartans split league-opening games

DAYTON — After dropping its Division 3A North-East opener, the Spring Creek boys soccer team salvaged its weekend with a split — winning their second game in shutout fashion. Against Fernley, the Spartans dropped a 3-2 loss with a late goal Friday night — bouncing back with a 2-0 victory...
SPRING CREEK, NV
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