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King alumni give back

[media-credit name="Crusaders' Chronicle" align="alignnone" width="717"][/media-credit] By Autisha Baldwin, Destini Clark and Diamond Bowers-Curtis Crusaders’ Chronicle  The Martin Luther King Jr.


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Cody alum mentors students, fights for coaches

By Shanika Kelly and Emier Metcalf The Cody Connection Go to a Comet’s football game and you might see Cody alum Marc Bland on the sideline cheering for the team. “And when I attend, I get right down on the sidelines; I don’t mess around,” said Bland, who supports Cody on and off the field. Lately Bland has been working with others fighting to reinstate Cody’s football coaches, who are still suspended after an Oct.




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Hungry for seconds

By Odalis Pena-Guzman and Andres Gonzalez The Western Express Following last school year’s championship season, Western International High School boys basketball head coach Derrick McDowell is confident in a repeat. The team is full of players with experience and the hunger to repeat, but the players will have to work harder to be prepared mentally and physically for the season, McDowell said.



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Lady Phoenix beats Cass for PSL

By Nnenna Nnaji The Stentor The Lady Phoenix volleyball team topped Cass Tech to win the PSL championship. The Phoenix prepared for the game with a locker room “turn-up,” and they wouldn’t turn-up again until the game was over.




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Rivalry on the gridiron

[gallery type="slideshow" link="none" size="large" ids="2767,2766,2765,2764,2763,2762,2761,2760,2759,2758,2757"] From Staff Reports Photos by Isaiah Williams CT Visionary On Oct.






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Finally home

By Nathan Lymon Eye of the Hurricane For five years, the Douglass Academy football field lay dormant. After the field pipes were stolen from the middle of the field, potholes formed on the turf.




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Douglass: School seeks funds to help improve players’ basketball skills

By Ronald Johnson Staff Writer The Douglass basketball team has come up with an idea to help fund raise for equipment to improve the team’s shooting accuracy. Head coach Pierre Brooks said the Shoot-A-Way shooting machine costs about $4,000, and the team has already reached half that goal. “We have been petitioning local businesses, also asking different sports teams to send donations,” said Brooks.


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