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Georgia Bulldogs Narrowly Win the 104th Rose Bowl

Georgia Bulldogs Narrowly Win the 104th Rose Bowl

The Tournament of Roses celebration finale is the Rose Bowl game. On January 1, 2018, No. 2 Oklahoma Sooners (OKA) and No. 3 Georgia Bulldogs (UGA) football teams met for a semi-final game. The Bulldogs narrowly won the 104th Rose Bowl, 54-48, in two overtime periods. The game scores: First quarter: OKA 14 – UGA 7 Second […]

2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea Are Just Around the Corner

2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea Are Just Around the Corner

In February, the world will be enthralled and entertained by the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. The Olympic Torch began the first leg of its journey from Greece to the games on October 24, 2017, and it will have traveled 1,200 miles before the traditional lighting to launch the beginning of the Winter Olympics. South […]

UCLA Players Finally Released From China

UCLA Players Finally Released From China

On Nov. 14, 2017, President Donald Trump spoke with President of China Xi Jinping. Trump asked for the release of the three UCLA players, LiAngelo Ball, Cody Riley, and Jalen Hill. Ball and his teammates were reportedly caught shoplifting from a store. There is no official word on what item, or items, they shoplifted, but […]

Chicago Bears Make a Turn Around

Chicago Bears Make a Turn Around

Sunday night, Oct. 22, 2017, the Chicago bears faced off against the Carolina Panthers and won their second game, 17-3. The Chicago Bears have been considered one of the mid-to-low tier teams in the NFL in recent years. Many seasons of hopefulness from fans, sometimes over hyped, have been unsuccessful. However, this year seems like […]

Collins’ Volleyball Team Puts Up a Fight But Loses 25-17

Collins’ Volleyball Team Puts Up a Fight But Loses 25-17

On Tuesday, Collins’ volleyball team lost their last match of the season as well as the opportunity to go on to the regionals. The Collins Lady Warriors lost after only two sets against Holy Trinity’s Tigers at Christ the King College Prep High School. In the first set, the Lady Warriors started off leading by […]

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