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Sports in Brief April 10

Defense shines in first spring football scrimmage The Weber State University football team held its first full scrimmage of spring camp Friday afternoon at Stewart Stadium. “I really liked the way the defensive played,” said WSU head coach Jay Hill. “They had some key plays, caused some turnovers and really made the offense work. There […]

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Tuesday night, I was able to watch two different record-setting games. The first was the Jazz game against the Dallas Mavericks. In the fourth quarter of that game, Mavs mainstay Dirk Nowitzki passed Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson as 10th all-time on the scoring list. The other record happened during the Lakers game. Steve Nash […]

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If you’re browsing through the dictionary and come upon “clutch,” you may see a picture of Aaron Harrison. Not only did he launch deep shots to help his team get to the National Championship Game, he did it three different times. Three different times with a hand in his face. Wildcat Nation has found its […]

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You have always loved to build things, and this love has made you good at building things. So after high school you go to your uncle’s construction company and apply for a job to help build things. Your uncle then says, “I’m sorry, I know you are excellent at building things, but I don’t think […]

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Berry to play in senior All-Star Game

Just when it looked like his playing days for Weber State University were over, one more call came in for senior Davion Berry. He was selected to participate in the 2014 Reese’s College All-Star Game on Final Four Friday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The National Association of Basketball Coaches announced on Tuesday the […]

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Hughes leaves her mark on women’s basketball program

Despite losing her last game as a Weber State University Wildcat, fifth-year senior Amanda Hughes showed no negativity or disappointment after the season finale on March 8, but said she was sad about leaving the team behind. “I’m saddened. I’ve been here for five years,” Hughes said. “Every group I’ve been with has been a […]

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