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FROM THE CHEAP SEATS – Netting or Not?

The debate is on. After two kids have been hit with foul balls beyond the netting at Major League games this year, is Major League Baseball going to do anything about it? ...

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Olympian shares ‘crazy journey’ in cultivating his God-given gift

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Olympic runner Ryan Hall has had a “crazy journey” filled with amazing highs and difficult lows — and now he’s sharing the backstory surrounding how he discovered true purpose and God’s goodness ...

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After biological male dominates their race, female athletes file federal complaint

On Monday, three high school female athletes filed a federal discrimination complaint against Connecticut’s policy regarding transgender athletes. The young women assert they were racing at a disadvantage against their transgender opponent, a ...

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‘Beto’ O’Rourke plan would destroy women’s sports say critics

Parents, coaches and female players say a plan hatched by Democrat primary presidential candidate Robert Francis O’Rourke, who refers to himself as “Beto” could destroy women’s sports as we know it. The ...

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Nick and Tori Foles trusting in God after miscarriage announcement

Tori Foles, the wife of Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Nick Foles, announced on Instagram that she suffered a miscarriage this past weekend. She said they were about 15 weeks pregnant with their second ...

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Cubs reliever Steve Cishek carries this laminated Bible when he plays

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Chicago Cubs relief pitcher Steve Cishek has revealed his secret to staying calm at those high-pressure moments on the baseball field — he keeps a Biblical reminder in his back pocket. Cishek, ...

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Congresswoman: Democrats voted to ‘totally eliminate women’s and girls sports’

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Part of the Equality Act passed by Democrats in the House on Friday is being downplayed by their leaders. The bill essentially destroys women’s sports across the nation. The Democrat controlled House ...

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Registration ongoing for 2019 Sunflower State Games

Registration is ongoing for the 30th Anniversary of The Sunflower State Games, Kansas’ own Olympic style sports festival. The 2019 Sunflower State Games will take place July 12-28 in Topeka and will ...

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Police on the run for Special Olympics

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Police officers will be on the run across Missouri the next two weeks. The Statewide Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Missouri (SOMO) begins Saturday, May 18, and continuse through Friday, May ...

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Volleyball discipleship has FCA coaches and players ‘digging deep’

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Growing up excelling in volleyball, Sierra Crook had a nagging concern as a college player—that the sport’s culture communicated to coaches and athletes that they were only as valuable as how well ...

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Tennis-playing priests are game on at championship

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According to the Gospel of Matthew, “The Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve.” This June, priests will gather in Lincoln, Neb., to “serve” their fellow brothers ...

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UVA Cavaliers Coach, “I’m humbled, Lord”

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In a thrilling upset, the Virginia Cavaliers are the national champions of college basketball after a heart-pounding overtime victory over the Texas Tech Red Raiders last night in a game that went ...

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Tennessee men are building something special in Knoxville

The Tennessee Volunteers’ started the season with 10-game win streak and their best start to a men’s basketball season in more than a decade. Coach Rick Barnes has the Vols seeing increasing ...

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Quarterback and devoted dad Philip Rivers welcomes ninth child

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers and his wife Tiffany recently welcomed their ninth child into the family. The sweet announcement came from Rivers’ team last Tuesday, who posted on Twitter the iconic clip ...

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FROM THE CHEAP SEATS – Playoffs

For sports fans, this is the best time of the year. The weather is warming up, the NBA is gearing up for the playoffs, we’re in the midst of March Madness and ...

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FROM THE CHEAP SEATS – Collusion?

I’m getting so tired of major league baseball players accusing the owners of collusion. It seems that every year when a player isn’t rewarded with a $200 million-dollar contract, platers come out ...

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Is it fair? Transgender athletes and high school sports

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Transgender athletes are destroying women’s sports according to female players, parents and coaches. A growing number of people are arguing it’s unfair for a man to be allowed to compete in a ...

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‘Run the Race’ marks Tim Tebow’s debut as film producer

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Tim Tebow, the Heisman Trophy winner and former NFL quarterback now readying for his fourth season as a minor-league baseball player, knows that being a good Christian doesn’t solve everything. Even watching ...

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Free Christian K-12 education expo helps parents decide

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Do you have questions about private education? Wondering what options are available to you or someone you know? Metro Voice will host its 21st Annual Midwest Christian K-12 Education Expo Saturday, March ...

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Patriots’ Devin McCourty relies on God the Father

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Football fans have returned home from the Super Bowl standoff between the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams. Stories of faith have emerged from the pack of players on both teams ...

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Childhood football and irreversible brain damage

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Football has long been a tradition of the college campus. Then came its widespread move into the nation’s high schools in the 1930s and 40s. And then middle schools in the 70s ...

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Four keys to being a dynamic coach on mission

It’s Thanksgiving week – a time to eat amazing food with people we love…hopefully. It is also a time to express our gratitude for the blessings our Lord as given to each ...

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FCA announces 2018 Hall of Champions inductees

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The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will induct six ministry partners into its Hall of Champions later this year. George Crace, Mark Mestemacher, Don Cockroft, Joel Dearing, Jerry Moore and Dr. Sam Nader have worked tirelessly ...

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Will Kansas City host NCAA Final Four?

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Will Kansas City be in the spotlight for NCAA Division 1 women’s basketball in the future? We’ll know today. The Kansas City Sports Commission will find out Monday whether the NCAA will ...

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Iconic race tracks set to reopen to delight of fans

They were icons of the area for 40 years and brought joy to countless race fans until they closed in the past decade. Now, I-70 Speedway and Kansas City International are set ...

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