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Violet Palmer: NBA’s Only Female Referee

Violet Palmer Place of Residence: A National Basketball Association arena near you or Los Angeles. Why She’s a Game Changer: Palmer is currently the only female referee in the NBA.   Sometimes longevity under difficult circumstances deserves praise. Palmer became one of two women to infiltrate the all-male referee ranks of the NBA in 1997. Her fellow groundbreaking female referee left after five years, leav ...

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Former Dillard High School football coaches are now at the college level. Coach Mark James and Coach Toriano Morgan are now coaching at historic Virginia Union University, a great HBCU. Coach James is the new Head Coach and he has brought his long time coaching teammate Coach Morgan as his offensive coordinator. Good luck coaches!!! ...

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Boyd Anderson High School teammates David Senior and Derrick Tindal are headed to college in the Midwest to play football. ...

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Norman records double-double in loss to Florida A&M

Norman records double-double in loss to Florida A ...

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Coach Booker back in the ‘Biz’ – now at Savannah State

In March, longtime Beach High School girls’ basketball coach Ronald Booker retired after nearly 800 wins. It wasn’t very long the Dean of coaches in our area was back on the court.. ...

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Seattle Seahawks win in a BIG way

Seattle Seahawks win in a BIG way ...

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Heat dominate Spurs in final re-match

Heat dominate Spurs in final re-match ...

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The 48th annual Super Bowl : Who will win

By Byler E. Henry    Sunday February 2, 2014, circle that date on your calendars. This is the day the Broncos take on the Seahawks in Metlife Stadium.  What a Super bowl this will be, both teams had an excellent record this season.  It’s going to be cold in New York. Super Bowl VI was the coldest Super Bowl so far at 39 degrees when  the Dallas Cowboys took on the Miami Dolphins at Tulane Stadium in New Orl ...

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