No Hate, No Fear! The Heartwarming Story of One Courageous Athlete Sex Offender who Rose Above the Stigma!

LAKEWOOD—A Lakewood High School multi-sport star athlete is facing charges of sexual assault following an incident alleged to have occurred in October, 2018.

Joshua “Dusty” Delroy appeared in court for his indictment surrounded by family and members of the three Lakewood High athletic programs he has led to multiple AAA state titles.

The indictment filed earlier this week contains numerous graphic details that brought Dusty’s parents to tears when read aloud in court. Dusty himself, who has been described by his coaches as “the second coming of Jim Thorpe, we’re talking both skill and athleticism in spades,” remained upbeat throughout the proceedings.

When Judge Kellog gave Dusty an opportunity to make a statement on the record, the striking young man thanked his fans, teammates, teachers, and college scouts that came out to support him and discuss early-enrollment scholarship options. “As a year-round athlete, leader, and co-president of my class, I’ve never felt so loved by my community as I have after being charged with multiple counts of sexual assault,” Dusty said… Read more No Hate, No Fear! The Heartwarming Story of One Courageous Athlete Sex Offender who Rose Above the Stigma!

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Shirt Tales Part II: How My Lucky Red Sox Shirt Helped the Patriots Win Super Bowl LIII

The New England Patriots weren’t supposed to beat younger, more talented teams to win their sixth Super Bowl.
So how did they do it? What made the difference as the Patriots eked out improbable playoff victories? First, an overtime win in the AFC Championship game against the Kansas City Chiefs, with their MVP quarterback. And again, two weeks later in Super Bowl 53 against the Los Angeles Rams. Read more Shirt Tales Part II: How My Lucky Red Sox Shirt Helped the Patriots Win Super Bowl LIII

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Somewhere In Colorado….

Sometimes skiing can seem like this. After learning the last two years on slopes in Colorado and Utah. They have green runs here that would be blacks in the Midwest! They have a green run at Beaver Creek Colorado called Sawbuck whose purpose is to kill off the newbies so there is more room for the locals. It is so steep at times that it hurts your knees just at look down it! Read more Somewhere In Colorado….

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Utah Jazz Lose Half Their Team: New ‘Magic Underpants’ Rule Remains a Sore Point!

Formerly even less non-renowned basketball team Utah Jazz have recently lost their mojo, with their fanatical new Mormon Fundamentalist leader, Pickney H. Jonestonne, alienating droves of players with his unusual dress code.

Although Utah Jazz players under previous managerial regimes have engaged with aplomb such bizarre rituals as playing commando, playing with commandos (?!), training with ball clamps and showering with stoned hippos, it seem the Religion of Spaced Out Space Age Wackiness (yo, L Ron! STFD!) has really proven one imaginary copper plate of idiocy too many for the Jazzies.

A confidential internal memo says: Read more Utah Jazz Lose Half Their Team: New ‘Magic Underpants’ Rule Remains a Sore Point!

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Redskins Owner Won’t Rule Out Signing Kareem Hunt

Washington, DC- On Monday, Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder refused to rule out signing former Kansas City Chiefs Running back, Kareem Hunt, after he was released by his team on Friday.

Hunt was a standout star for the AFC leading Chiefs, and led the league in rushing before a viedo emerged of what appears to be Hunt assaulting a woman, repeatedly shoving and kicking her despite the efforts of multiple people to intervene. Read more Redskins Owner Won’t Rule Out Signing Kareem Hunt

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Shirt Tales: How My Lucky Shirt Helped the Red Sox Win

Amid talk of the different factors that led the Red Sox to their fourth World Series in 15 years, one factor has gone on unnoticed.

Sure, they had great (and high-priced) talent and great chemistry. Some claimed having a new manager in Alex Cora changed the culture and helped them keep their competitive edge over a long season (based on his experience as bench coach for last year‘s champs, the Houston Astros). While others pointed that a number of these players had strong motivation for redemption. But so did the Los Angeles Dodgers, who made it to the World Series last year and lost – and did not want to come in second again.

What’s the secret factor? Read more Shirt Tales: How My Lucky Shirt Helped the Red Sox Win

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Lebron James Arrives, to the Dismay of Teammates Who Wanted to Shoot

The arrival of Lebron James on the Los Angeles Lakers has not thrilled everyone. After years of dealing with Kobe Bryant taking every shot on offense, now the other players on the Lakers have to cope with the fact that Lebron will be taking all of the shots for the next four years.

“We were so close,” shooting guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope said, watching Labron James shooting free throws during the pre-game warm up for the season opener against the Portland Trail Blazers. “I was looking forward to finally getting the chance to shoot the ball.”

“Now it’s just going to be pass, pass, pass,” Lonzo Ball agreed. “The only difference is we’re going to get pressured to give it to Lebron, rather than Kobe.” Read more Lebron James Arrives, to the Dismay of Teammates Who Wanted to Shoot

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