Scouting

Family of Scout Schultz, who was shot and killed by Georgia Tech campus police, settle $ 1 million lawsuit

Scout Schultz, who identified himself as non-binary and intersex and used the pronouns “they” and “them,” was shot dead on September 16, 2017 by campus police after he approached officers with a knife and told them “shoot me”. At the time, a family lawyer said Schultz was suffering from “mental …

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Hamden PD investigates stolen Christmas trees during scout troop fundraiser

HAMDEN, Connecticut (WTNH) – Police work to find the Grinch who stole Christmas trees at a local Boy Scout fundraiser. Troop 600 sells trees in the parking lot of Mount Carmel Congregational Church at the corner of Whitney and Sherman avenues. When they opened their doors at around 5 p.m. …

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Carpinteria Christmas Tree Bundle Benefit Scouting Program – Oakland News Now

Oakland News Now – Carpinteria Christmas Tree Bundle Benefit Scouting Program – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. The Carpinteria Christmas tree lot benefits the scouting …

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Scout Report: How Arizona and Sacramento State Line Up Ahead of Saturday’s Game at McKale | wild cats

“I’m not dying,” Katz told the Sacramento Bee with a laugh after suddenly retiring as head coach of Sacramento State earlier this month. “I am retiring. My health no longer allows me to train. Katz told the bee that he had a persistent health problem for over two years and …

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Samori Touré: a scout perspective

Since his transfer from Montana, Samori Toure has lived up to the hype as he leads Nebraska in receptions, yards and touchdowns. Against Wisconsin, Toure brought out all of his skills by playing all three levels. With Toure set to end his Husker career, now is the perfect time to …

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Alabama Game Week Scouting Report: Auburn Cornerback Roger McCreary

Auburn cornerback Roger McCreary has the kind of story you can’t help but love. From the Mobile area, he distinguished himself in three sports at Williamson High, basketball and track and field being the others. He was good at all three, but wasn’t seen as a top prospect. Even after …

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Girl Scouts targets archery skills | News, Sports, Jobs

NILES – Local Girl Scout troop leaders are working hard to make up for lost time during the pandemic by focusing on their troops mastering new skills and outings in person. Howland Boy Scout Troop 80008 spent several hours on Sunday working on their archery skills. Scouts from the Daisies …

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Travon Walker, GA DT | NFL Screening Report

As the Georgia Bulldogs’ defense establishes itself as one of the best in college football history, several players have come out on top and have increased their draft supply. Defensive tackle Travon Walker has so far played second fiddle in 2022 NFL Draft classy compared to his contemporaries on Georgia’s …

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Nicholls at Southeast Louisiana Football Scout Report, Score Prediction

Nicholls football will face Southeast Louisiana in its regular season final at Strawberry Stadium in Hammond on Thursday (6:00 p.m., YURVIEW / ESPN +). Nicholls (5-5, 4-3 Southland) will need a win to have any chance of qualifying for the FCS playoffs, but those chances may have ended in a …

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A preview of Tuesday’s semi-finals

A video about all three PIAA football playoff games involving teams from the Times coverage area on Tuesday. GIRLS 4Y Moon (18-1-1) vs. Central Dauphin (22-0) Details: Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Hollidaysburg High School Scouting the Tigers: WPIAL Class 4A women’s football champions Moon Tigers won another close game …

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