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NJ sports summary: Five Cubs named all-state in football

The Nevada women’s soccer team has four all-state selections and the Cub boys have one player selected in Class 1A. The Colo-NESCO baseball team won four of five games in a busy week. The Royals beat BCLUW (20-12) June 14 at Zearing, Dunkerton (3-2) June 15 at Dunkerton, Melcher-Dallas (19-4) Saturday on the road and Clarksville (15-5) Monday at home. Colo-NESCO also suffered an 11-1 loss at the hands of South Hamilton June 17 at Jewell. Victory over Clarksville puts the Royals at 11-8 overall and 7-3 in the Iowa Star Conference Southern Division. The Nevada baseball team scored winsRead News

Nine NFL players entering winning or breaking season 2022: Steelers ‘Devin Bush, Lions’ Jeff Okudah and more

With how fast and extensive NFL lists go over each year, it feels like everyone is in a make-or-break season, right? While that may be true in a way, there are some players more under the microscope than others, and for a number of reasons. Let’s break them down into serious make-or-break scenarios by situation before the critical 2022 seasons begin. Former top prospects in danger of busting Jeff Okudah Okudah’s NFL career to date has been nightmarish, a brutal, extraordinarily overwhelming rookie season followed by a torn Achilles in the season opener in 2021. This is a 6-foot-1, 205-poundRead News

The future of transgender athletes in competitions is uncertain, as sports organizations change the rules, issue bans

Just 18 months after transgender athletes competed for the first time in the Olympics, the federation is reviewing whether to allow women to have sexual intercourse. continues to participate in women’s competitions, amid heated debates over sports and politics, over who has the right to play . A number of sports organizations were banned this week, citing the need to ensure fairness in the women’s competition — although they said scientists are far from science in deciding whether there is a competitive opportunity for male to female athletes. The International Swimming Federation (FINA) will now allow only transgender women whoRead News

Caesars Sportsbook promo codes, new sportsbook bonus offers: Receive a $ 1,500 risk-free bet with code GAME15

Online sports betting is sweeping the country and summer is the perfect time to check out the latest Caesars Sportsbook promo code. If you haven’t checked out the latest Caesars Sportsbook deposit code, you’re missing out. With the latest Caesars Sportsbook registration code, first-time gamblers can get a risk-free bet of up to $ 1,500 with the code GAME15. Summer is in full swing, which means every day is full of professional sports so you can place your first bet. Whether you’re a professional baseball fan or can’t wait for the big title fight this weekend, Caesars Sportsbook has plentyRead News

Zach Mackey is named Director of Broadcasting for LEARFIELD’s Virginia Tech Sports Properties

BLACKSBURG — Virginia Tech Athletics and LEARFIELD, the Hokies’ multimedia rights partner, announced the addition of Zach Mackey as the broadcaster’s director on Tuesday. In this role, Mackey will be the voice of the ACC Champion Virginia Tech men’s basketball program and will also make an impact on Hokie sports through various media projects such as podcasts, feature stories and emceee events. In addition, he will serve as a sideline reporter for Virginia Tech Football broadcasts. “We are very fortunate to have Zach join our Virginia Tech family,” said Bill Roth, voice of Virginia Tech Football. “He is an incrediblyRead News

Which women’s sport benefited most from Title IX?

Derek Davis / Portland Press Herald / Getty Images The first half century of Title IX — the 1972 gender equality law that outlawed sex-based discrimination in federally funded educational institutions — saw women’s sport in America go through a period of profound growth and evolution. The concise law1 essentially required school sports programs to offer girls equal opportunities, relative to their male counterparts, and the effect was immediate. The ratio of girls to boys participating in national high school sports increased from 8 percent in 1971-72 (before the law was passed) to 53 percent a decade later, and theRead News

Brady or Manning: Bart Scott says one was more feared

Tom Brady and Peyton Manning are considered the two best quarterbacks of their generation. Brady is generally treated as the superior of the two, and that’s largely due to his unmatched resume, which is adorned with more Lombardi trophies (seven) than any other NFL franchise. But according to former NFL linebacker Bart Scott, Manning was the more feared matchup for opposing defense. “I’d much rather face Tom Brady any day of the week than Peyton Manning,” Scott said on ESPN radio this week. “I think everyone is like that. “Tom Brady was more about Bill Belichick, the whole team, theRead News

MSU Sports Medicine keeps athletes and the public moving

“Our overall goal for MSU Sports Medicine is to be one place for patients and athletes alike to come in when they have aches, pains, or even just seeking advice on how to stay active,” she said. said Nate Fitton, team physician at MSU Health Care Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Center. “Our ultimate goal for all patients is to live a full, active life. We see a wide variety of serious injuries, chronic injuries, as well as just people looking to be active and talk about nutrition, weight loss methods. , and so on. So our goal is to provideRead News

Kyrgios is the first to sign with sports agency Evolve in Osaka

Tennis – Australian Open – Men’s Doubles Final – Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia – 29 January 2022 Nick Kyrgios of Australia in the final with Thanasi Kokkinakis against Matthew Ebden and Max Purcell of Australia REUTERS / Asanka Brendon Ratnayake June 20 (Reuters) – Nick Kyrgios became the first athlete to join Evolve, the new sports agency set up by four-time Grand Slam champion Naomi Osaka, on Monday. Osaka broke up with IMG last month to launch Evolve with longtime agent Stuart Duguid. Evolve describes itself as a multidimensional agency focused on brand partnerships, investing, creating athlete-owned businesses, and philanthropy.Read News

Mr. Brown conducts research into the possibilities of ‘renovating an important stadium,’ not building a new one

The Cleveland Browns have launched a study on the possibility of a “significant renovation of the stadium” at FirstEnergy Stadium, a team statement released Monday. The statement was in response to NEOtrans’ report that the company was looking for a new $ 1 billion stadium as part of the city’s lake redevelopment project. “As we have been in regular contact, along with the City of Cleveland, the Greater Cleveland Partnership and other regular local organizations, we have come together to discuss the best ways to address the future of lakes and stadiums naturally. an important part of the long-term implementationRead News

Brewers games at Bally Sports Wisconsin will be available through an in-app purchase, without the need for a cable, starting Thursday

Finally, fans who want to watch Milwaukee Brewers games without a cable or satellite subscription will have that option. On Thursday, Sinclair Broadcasting will introduce Bally Sports+, a direct-to-consumer offering that allows the purchase of the Bally Sports Wisconsin app without an existing cable or satellite service. For $19.99 per month or $189.99 for an annual subscription, users can purchase the app and watch live Brewers games, as well as Bucks games eventually in the fall. Bally Sports Wisconsin airs nearly all Brewers games and a significant number of Bucks games throughout the year, although games will air elsewhere afterRead News

Charter Schools join new organization to save sports championship

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (WSMV) – Charter school students will have the opportunity to play organized sports this fall, thanks to the Tennessee High School Athletic Association. In late May, Nashville Metro Public Schools informed charter school students in Nashville that they could no longer participate in the MNPS High School Sports League. Due to the lack of school activities, many students and parents felt disappointed. By partnering with TMSAA, charter schools can offer the same sports programs as in previous years, but as members of another organization. “Access to athletic and sports teams in these formative years helps students build self-confidence,Read News

CBS Sports lists Colts’ biggest remaining need

While list building is a year-round task, time to meet core needs is over with entry into boot camp. For the Indianapolis Colts, they’ve done a solid job of addressing their great needs this offseason. However, there are still some question marks that remain. One of them comes in the cornerback position, where Isaiah Rodger and Brandon Facyson will be fighting for a prominent role in third place. That position is where CBS Sports listed the Colts’ greatest remaining need. Question marks fill the wide receivers’ room as the franchise waits for Michael Pittman to take the next step inRead News

Crash causes crypto companies to cut sports spending

The current explosion of the crypto bubble may be something more significant than the rearrangement of the Jenga pyramid. And that could lead to crypto companies restricting their money to the games we play. Through the New York Post, cryptocurrency companies are reducing their sports spending. For example, crypto exchange FTX has sparked recent talks to fund a jumper patch for the L.A. Angels. The FTX agreement with the Washington Wizards also declined, according to the report. FTX has hit markets with the likes of Tom Brady. The company also dropped plenty of real dollars for a Super Bowl announcementRead News

Choice time: why the game is difficult to deal with transgender line

Forget Center Court, St Andrews or Wembley. The biggest battles this summer of sports are being fought in boardrooms and backrooms, as federations struggle with the most thorny question: should transgender women be allowed to participate in women’s sports? For years, most people considered the issue too dangerous to touch: the sporting equivalent of a game passes the pack with a live grenade. Now, however, they have no choice. The emergence of trans elite women, such as weightlifter Laurel Hubbard, swimmer Lia Thomas and cyclist Emily Bridges, has seen this. Decisions have to be made. Tough options too. On SundayRead News

Magic Johnson invests in a Metaverse game mashup of sports, esports, games and Web3

Magic Johnson has invested in SimWin Games, a combination of web3, games and e-sports. Basketball tycoon Magic Johnson has invested in SimWin Sports, a digital sports league made up of teams with sports stars and celebrities, and bought a football and basketball franchise from SimWin. Other owners include Penny Hardaway, Jerry Rice, Marshall Faulk, LaMelo Ball and Mike Singletary. “I’m very excited to be involved with SimWin, which is one of the hottest new business sectors and has a great team to lead,” Johnson said. “This multi-billion dollar business is about to start and the SimWin model is a greatRead News

ECU Sports Properties, Inner Banks Media Extend Major Radio Deal to 2027 – East Carolina University Athletics

GREENVILLE, N.C. – Playfly Sports Properties, ECU’s new marketing rights holder, has extended an agreement with Inner Banks Media to broadcast ECU football, basketball and baseball games through 2027, according to an announcement by Playfly’s senior vice president of revenue, Rich Klein, and the Inner Banks Media President Henry Hinton six more years. ? WNCT-FM, which has served as the Pirates’ flagship since 2008, uses a powerful 100,000-watt signal that extends to Raleigh (west), Southern Virginia (north), and along the North Carolina coast. ? ECU soccer and men’s basketball games will be broadcast on both 107.9 WNCT and 94.3 theRead News