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NFL releases full schedule

NEW YORK (AP) — The Dallas Cowboys will open their new $1.1 billion stadium in a nationally televised Sunday night game against the New York Giants on Sept. 20. The…

Sports Briefs

Radford women’s golf cards lowest round in school history NINETY-SIX, S.C. – Despite bettering their opening round total by 11 strokes and carding their lowest conference championship score in school…

Cougars rout Colonels in five

ROANOKE – The Pulaski County baseball team took to the road Friday afternoon and defeated the William Fleming Colonels 12-1 at Maher Field in Roanoke. The Cougars improved their record…

Armstrong says French may ban him

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Lance Armstrong believes French doping officials may ban him from riding in this summer’s Tour de France over a report that he violated protocols during a…

Grief-stricken Angels beat Red Sox

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Jered Weaver reached down to the mound with his finger and etched Nick Adenhart’s initials in the dirt. Then it was time to pitch. So Weaver…

Cougars rout Colonels in five

ROANOKE – The Pulaski County baseball team took to the road Friday afternoon and defeated the William Fleming Colonels 12-1 at Maher Field in Roanoke. The Cougars improved their record…

Calfee now sixth oldest minor league ballpark

PULASKI – Calfee Park, home to the Pulaski Mariners, is now the sixth oldest park in the country that hosts professionally affiliated minor league baseball. Three stadiums ahead of Calfee…

Armstrong says French may ban him

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Lance Armstrong believes French doping officials may ban him from riding in this summer’s Tour de France over a report that he violated protocols during a…

Cougars smack 21 hits on way to knocking off Wythe

DUBLIN—Things started a little differently for the Cougars this time around against George Wythe, but the outcome was similar. In their first meeting, the Cougars shutout the Maroons, 18-0, but…

Grief-stricken Angels beat Red Sox

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Jered Weaver reached down to the mound with his finger and etched Nick Adenhart’s initials in the dirt. Then it was time to pitch. So Weaver…