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D.H. Conley hires new football coach

May 31, 2010

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High School Football, Generic

D.H. Conley High School has found it's next head football coach.

Rob Maloney, the athletic director at the high school, said in an e-mail Monday evening that Brian Paschal has been hired as the next football coach.

Paschal comes to D.H. Conley from Roanoke High School in Martin County. Roanoke was 3-10 last season.

Paschal will replace Ken Whitehurst as the D.H. Conley coach. D.H. Conley was 0-11 last season.

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Pitchers are vulnerable to line drives to mound

May 30, 2010

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Baseball - Generic Graphic

CC Sabathia watched in horror as Cleveland Indians pitcher David Huff lay motionless on the mound after being nailed in the head by Alex Rodriguez's line drive.

"That's always your fear as a pitcher," Sabathia said.

A half-inning after Huff was carted off the field, a grounder up the middle caromed off the New York Yankees ace's foot and rolled to the grass in right field for a hit. Perhaps ruffled by the succession of plays, Sabathia went from breezing through the Indians' limp lineup to losing the strike zone and giving up three runs in the inning.

Working 60 feet, 6 inches from home plate, where a batter can send balls screaming toward the mound at speeds in excess of 100 mph, the pitcher might be the most vulnerable player on the field.

Pitchers are rarely hit, but when it happens it unfolds in a terrifying instant.

"You never hear a baseball stadium that quiet," said Pirates right-hander Chris Jakubauskas, who was hit April 25 and

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NFHS internship opening for fall semester

May 29, 2010

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NFHS Generic Graphic

The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) is seeking a qualified individual to serve in an internship position within its Coach Education Department during the Fall 2010 semester (August-December) at its national headquarters facility in Indianapolis, Indiana. The NFHS is the national service and administrative organization for high school athletic and fine arts programs.

The ideal candidate will be a graduate or undergraduate student who is working toward or has completed a degree in sport management, journalism, marketing, mass communication, athletic administration or other related academic program. The candidate should possess a strong interest in sports, excellent written and oral communications skills, working knowledge of computers, and the ability to meet deadlines.

The chosen individual will gain hands-on experience in various areas, including the following:

1. Developing a monthly newsletter to be distributed to 100,000 coaches and administrators

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Cary football mandatory meeting today

May 27, 2010

Holly Springs at Cary on Sept. 25, 2009.

Holly Springs at Cary on Sept. 25, 2009.

Cary High School will hold a mandatory player and parent meeting on Thursday for all student-athletes interested in playing football for the Imps next season.

The meeting, which begins at 5:30 p.m., will be held in the Cary High School main gymnasium.

At 6:30, players can receive physicals for $20. They should bring their Wake County physical form to be filled out.

If interested players cannot attend, they should e-mail head football coach Ben Kolstad at

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USA Swimming releases 46 banned from organization

May 26, 2010

The sexual abuse scandal at USA Swimming has revealed its biggest name yet - the former director of the national team.

Everett Uchiyama was on a list released Tuesday by the Colorado-based governing body showing 46 people have received lifetime bans or permanently quit the organization, most for sex-related offenses.

According to USA Swimming, Uchiyama received his suspension on Jan. 31, 2006. The oldest suspension on the list was handed out in 1991, but most occurred in the past decade - including 11 since the beginning of 2009.

Uchiyama hastily resigned as national team director on Jan. 27, 2006 without explanation. He began his career at USA Swimming in 1999 as the national team coordinator, and moved up to national team director on an interim basis in December 2002. The interim title was removed in April 2004, just a few months before the Athens Olympics.

Uchiyama was banned for violating a section in the code of conduct that forbids "any sexual conduct,

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