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Cano threw away Cooperstown

 By Ben Cason Robinson Cano is arguably the best second baseman of his generation.   He’s been to eight All-Star Games, won two Gold Glove awards, hit a career .304 batting average, 2,417 career hits and the second most home runs ever by a second baseman. Cano is only 35 and...
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Plinske makes first address

By James Bartolo Dr. Paul Plinske made his first address as athletic director of Colorado State University-Pueblo Monday at the Greater Pueblo Sports Association Room at Massari Arena.   Before coming to Pueblo, he served a total of 15 years as athletic director of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and the University...
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Celtics have the rebuilding blueprint

By Ben Cason The Boston Celtics eliminated the Philadelphia 76ers in the second round of the NBA Eastern Conference Playoffs last week, earning the right to face LeBron James for a trip to the NBA Finals. Does this scenario sound familiar? That’s because the same thing happened in 2012.  That...
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Leaving a legacy

By Chianna Schoenthaler For 30 years Joe Folda’s passion for students’ success has been a defining trait on and off the court. Jackie Wallgren, the athletic director, compliance and senior woman administrator, said “He always remembers to keep our students first in everything we do. He has taught me to...
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Pack softball beaten in home opener

By James Bartolo The ThunderWolf softball team lost both games in their doubleheader against the #15 West Texas A&M Lady Buffs. The games were the Pack’s first on the remodeled turf field at Rawlings Complex. In the first game, the ThunderWolves were shut out 8-0. Lady Buff senior Ashley Hardin...
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