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Updated at 2:13 PM

Eldon was resilient. An early 15 point deficit did not deter the Mustangs as they fought back to take the lead, but Salem’s offense prevailed in a 74-62 loss in first-round district action Saturday afternoon. One of the weapons for Salem’s offense was junior guard Kobe Mead. Mead led the Tigers with 24 points, including four second-half 3-pointers to help seal the win. "That was the one kid we talked about," Eldon coach Damond Lacy said.

Updated at 2:10 PM

Macks Creek was close.Until the last few seconds the district title was up for grabs, but missed opportunities resulted in the Pirates falling 38 to 34 against Hermitage in Halfway, Mo., Friday night. "All the things...

Posted at 11:20 AM

New Twins' manager Paul Molitor is off to a good start. Former manager Ron Gardenhire didn't enforce much discipline. Lets...

Posted at 11:05 AM

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Posted at 8:00 AM

On Thursday night, Avijit Roy, a well-known Bangladeshi American writer and religious skeptic, was surrounded by unidentified assailants armed with cleavers and hacked to death on a street in Dhaka. His wife, Rafida Ahmed, sustained serious wounds...

Posted at 8:00 AM

Three National Football League franchises have climbed aboard the new stadium carousel, and they all want to get off in Los Angeles.

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