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    When the IHSA Bass Fishing Finals finally get started Wednesday -- almost a month late because of high water -- Crab Orchard, West Frankfort, Benton, Nashville and Pinckneyville will have six boats on Carlyle Lake in search of the region's third state championship.

      The Illinois High School Association (IHSA) announced today the 2017 IHSA Bass Fishing State Finals will be rescheduled for Wednesday and Thursday, June 14-15 on Carlyle Lake.

        CARBONDALE — Dustin Rametta pulled in one last fish before he and his father Andy headed boat 37 back to the dock, and that fish proved to be  just big enough to hand them the title at the 24th annual Midwest Bass Classic, held at Crab Orchard Lake on Saturday.

          CARTERVILLE — In a rare occurrence, the team of Hunter Grounds, Andy Rametta and the Zeigler brothers, Zach and Jacob, not only held on, but more than tripled their first-day lead to win the 50th annual Bill Harkins/Don Sanders Four-Man Fishing Tournament held at Crab Orchard Lake on Sunday.

          KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jordan Miller and Isaiah Wong rallied Miami from a 13-point second-half deficit, Norchad Omier made two big free throws and an even more important steal down the stretch, and the fifth-seeded Hurricanes stunned No. 2 seed Texas 88-81 on Sunday to reach the Final Four for the first time in school history.


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          While teams around the NFL will push for rules modifications this week, the league will be examining the so-called "push play" itself. It's at the three-day annual meetings that the NFL considers tweaks to its rules and regulations, some proposed by teams and others by the competition committee. This year's agenda includes heightened scrutiny on the push play, used so effectively by the ...

          SEATTLE — The reunion is on. The Seahawks signed Bobby Wagner to a one-year, $7 million deal on Saturday to bring back one of the team’s most iconic, influential — and simply best — players in franchise history. “Yeah, I’m home,” Wagner texted to the Seattle Times Saturday afternoon, confirming the news that he would return to play at least one more season with the team with which he forged an ...

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