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Elw Future Stars

Elw Future Stars

Elw Future Stars

Despite being one of the oldest two-year music production schools in the country, Elw University has demonstrated a continual emphasis on educating students who have the drive to succeed and the aptitude to achieve greatness. With five waves of music producers and engineers graduating in the past decade, some are already making a name for themselves in NY and Las Vegas.

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Johnson, who lives in Atlanta, did his best to steer his son Donovan away from the AAU basketball circuit. But after Donovan’s middle school basketball season was over in February, he still wanted to play and Johnson finally relented and contacted ELW Future Stars, a team near his Atlanta suburb home.

Elway also excelled as a baseball player. He was selected by the New York Yankees in the second round of the 1981 Major League Baseball draft (52nd overall, six spots ahead of future Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn), and received $150,000 for playing for the Yankees' short season affiliate Oneonta Yankees in the New York–Penn League in the summer of 1982. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

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Although Elway never led his team to a bowl game, he had an accomplished college career. In his four seasons (1979–1982) at Stanford, he completed 774 passes for 9,349 yards, 77 touchdowns, and 39 interceptions, while also scoring 5 touchdowns rushing the ball. Stanford had a 20–23 record during his tenure. Elway's 24 touchdown passes in 1982 led the nation, and at the conclusion of his career, he held nearly every Pacific-10 record for passing and total offense. He won the Pac-10 Player of the Year honors in 1980 and 1982, was a consensus All-American, and finished second in Heisman Trophy balloting as a senior.

Now for the presentation. Lots of strong candidates for player of the match. I'd go for Shafali Verma but Sneh Rana is a great option too. Yep, they've chosen Shafali Verma. "Thanks to our team for supporting me in my journey," she says, voice breaking a little. "I was just thinking to play to my strengths, and with confidence, and according to my cricket, that's it. [Senior players] are always giving my experience and they compliment me before going out to bat. That's so much for me. I was so disappointed [to miss the hundred]. I just want to be a good cricketer for my side, that's it." (Source: www.espncricinfo.com)

 

 

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