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Tomberlin meets Mr. Smith

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Standing at 5 feet 9 inches and weighing 185 pounds, Steve Smith is one of the smallest wide receivers in the National Football League. He may be the smallest. Yet that hasn’t prevented him from excelling and becoming what some players and coaches call the best wide receiver in the…

Cherryville wins two over weekend

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Cherryville Post 100 American Legion baseball team faired well over the weekend in the North Carolina-South Carolina challenge in Wilmington over the weekend. Post 100 went 2-1 in three games as they were shutout 2-0 on Saturday against a Sumter, S.C. team, but they rebounded and won 11-2 against Conway,…

Denver has losing weekend

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Denver Post 455 American Legion baseball team had a busy weekend of baseball this past weekend. Post 455 held their own against Shelby Post 82 until the fifth inning where Shelby would score eight runs and go on to win 12-2 in seven innings Sunday. Denver’s Jeremiah Combs held Shelby…

Doug Herbert dedicates win to two late sons

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NORWALK, Ohio — Doug Herbert raced to an emotional Top Fuel victory Sunday at the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals, a win he dedicated to the memory of his two young sons who were killed in a highway auto accident in January. Herbert, who has titled his season campaign “For…

T-Ball All-star District Champs!

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District II tournament champs!

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District Champs

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Tournament Champs

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Former Mustang signs with Limestone

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Post 100 meets task, splits series with Shelby

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SHELBY — A routine infield pop-up turned out to be disasterous for Cherryville Post 100 Thursday night at Veteran’s Field at Keeter Stadium in Shelby. With one out in the bottom of the ninth inning of a 2-2 game, Shelby Post 82 leadoff hitter Seth Canipe drew a base on…