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Athletic Net

Athletic Net

The Athletic provides national and local coverage in 47 North American cities as well as the United Kingdom. The Athletic also covers national stories from top professional and college sports (National Football League, National Basketball Association, Major League Baseball, NASCAR, NCAA football, NCAA basketball (U.S. only), National Hockey League, mixed martial arts, Major League Soccer (U.S. and Canada only) and association football (U.K. edition only).

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The Athletic is a subscription-based sports website that provides ad-free national and local coverage in 47 North American cities as well as the United Kingdom. The Athletic also covers national stories from top professional and college sports (National Football League, National Basketball Association, Major League Baseball, NASCAR, NCAA football, NCAA basketball (U.S. only), National Hockey League, mixed martial arts, Major League Soccer (U.S. and Canada only) and association football (U.K. edition only).

Dear Athletic Support: Is dance a sport? My daughter just started dancing at one of the places here in town. She loves it, which is new for us. She’s only five, but we’ve already tried soccer and gymnastics. My daughter didn’t like either one, at all. She wouldn’t even get off the bench for the soccer games. Gymnastics was fine. But dance has been a completely different thing. It’s all she wants to do! She has a mirror in her room and she literally just dances in there for hours. I’ve never seen anything like it. Her mother and I were both athletes growing up. We love sports, but I’m just not sure dance is worth her time, or if it could even be considered a sport at all. Maybe this is just a dad thing, but I could really use some guidance here. – Dance Dad (Source: www.thecabin.net)

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Ruffin returns to Tuskegee after completing one of the most successful decades in the history of Miles College and the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. In nine seasons at the helm of the Golden Bears, Ruffin has led the program to four SIAC championships and an additional SIAC Championship game appearance. The school has also made two NCAA postseason appearances. Over nine seasons, Ruffin has won more than 60 percent of his games, going 59-39 overall, and was named SIAC Coach of the Year three times.

Reading Junior Colton Wiler won the Week 2 Athlete of the Week Award after receiving more than 2,000 votes. Colton Wiler helped lead the Reading Rangers boys basketball team to their first win of the season over Camden-Frontier. Wiler led the team with 26 points and six rebounds. Wiler had 13 rebounds in the second game of the week for the Rangers against Morenci. Wiler joins our week one winner, Litchfield Senior Joslyn Ruh, as our first Athletes of the Week for the Winter sports season. (Source: www.hillsdale.net)

 

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