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Down around Greenville, Miss., Ken Cazalas was known as "the father of the catfish races." Cazalas, the longtime editor of the Delta Democrat Times who died two years ago, started the city's annual catfish derby in...
July 02, 1990
EILEEN SCHMIDTBARTO, PA.Eileen, a recent graduate of Central Catholic High, set a state high school career record by pitching her 17th no-hitter, in a 6-0 Softball victory over Wyalusing High. She broke the mark of...
February 29, 1988
CHARLIE ENGSRENOCharlie, a senior striker on the Cate School soccer team in Carpinteria, Calif., scored 20 of the team's 46 goals and assisted on 11 others in leading the Rams to a 12-0 record and their first...
December 21, 1970
Wayne Carpenter, a policeman in Ogden, Utah, was chosen Most Valuable Offensive Player after rushing for 146 yards and one touchdown in leading his team to a 9-8 victory over the Salt Lake City Police Department in...
August 10, 1998