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Caroline Pitts, former Concordia Lutheran High School student, is on the University of Oklahoma (aka OU) all-girl cheer team. She graduated from Concordia class of 2015. Caroline was an all-star cheerleader all her life and decided to continue her cheer career throughout college. College cheer is mostly game day and the team competes at 1 competition in January. Its very impressive in the collegiate cheer world to make a team your freshman year. On Saturday September 5, 2015, Caroline cheered at her very first football game in front of 85,000 people! “When I walked out of the tunnel I had goose bumps…

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Stacey Reilly (class of 2014) was honored as Rookie of the year in all of University of Louisiana Athletics.     Entering into her sophomore year she unfortunately hit a minor setback with a knee injury that required Reilly to have surgery in June. She is hoping to be back in time before conference starts. Reilly had a great freshmen year, and looks forward to having a successful season after her injury is fully recovered. The University of Louisiana Lafayette Volleyball will be playing in Houston as they take on Rice University the weekend of September 11th – 13th. FRESHMAN STATS Named to the…

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By Charlie Wilmoth  @WilmothC on Aug 25, 2015, 12:47p The Pirates have promoted top 2015 draft pick Ke’Bryan Hayes to Morgantown. There’s still a chance the Black Bears could make the playoffs, although their regular season ends September 7. So Hayes is really just getting a couple weeks to get used to college-level competition, which should help prepare him to start next season in Charleston. When the Bucs drafted him, Hayes was supposed to have an advanced approach to hitting for a high school product, and so far, he’s been as advertised, batting .333/.434/.375 with 24 strikeouts and 22 walks…

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NATCHITOCHES – Northwestern State baseball erupted for four home runs in the third inning of Game 2, all clearing the left field fence, to squeeze out a 10-8 victory against Sam Houston State and claim both matchups on Saturday at Brown-Stroud Field. In Game 1, NSU starter Adam Oller went the distance, allowing just six hits and blanking the Bearkats as the Demons downed Sam Houston State, 1-0. The win was Oller’s third straight and his second straight complete-game. In his last four starts, the right-hander has allowed no more than one earned run in each outing. Josh Oller earned…

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Rice Freshman Glenn Otto (CLHS Class of ’14) had an outstanding weekend in his collegiate baseball debut.  With the University of Texas visiting the Houston area this weekend, Otto was able to get some innings on the mound against the #10 nationally ranked Longhorns, pitching in two games of the 4-game series. Although #13 Rice lost both games Otto pitched in splitting the weekend series, his stats were extremely impressive.  The Crusader alum struckout 7 of the 8 hitters he faced, allowing only 1 hit.

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