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Tennis star walks down the aisle wearing this ...
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Apr 12, 2015
“The quaint town of Dunblane, Scotland, has been set abuzz by the wedding of tennis legend Andy Murray to his long-term girlfriend, Kim Sears.”
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Popular high school athlete died of infection related to meningitis bacteria
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 11, 2015
“A popular Loudoun County high school student and softball player who died mysteriously this week had bacterial meningitis, the school system’s first confirmed case in two years.Madison Small, 18, was a senior on the Broad Run High School softball team and in perfect health before Monday, when she came down with what friends described as headaches. After going to the hospital, her organs began shutting down, friends said, and Small died Tuesday.Read full article >>”
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MaxPreps Top 25 national high school boys basketball rankings
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Mar 30, 2015
“Photo by Steven Ryan Few would be surprised to see Terrence Phillips (with ball) and No. 1 Oak Hill Academy meet Ben Simmons and No. 2 Montverde Academy once again for the championship at Dick's Nationals. Montverde Academy beat Oak Hill 71-62 in last year's final. MaxPreps Xcellent 25 National Basketball Rankings presented by the Army National Guard 1. (No. 1 last week) Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Va.), 45-0 * The Warriors open Dick's Sporting Goods High School Nationals on Thursday against Wings Academy (Bronx, N.Y.). 2. (2) Montverde Academy (Fla.), 28-1 Dick's Nationals participant. The two-time defending champs meet No. 9 Greensboro Day in Thursday's quarterfinals. 3. (3) Cape Henry Collegiate (Virginia Beach, Va.), 31-2 VISAA Division I state champions. Season complete. 4. (4) Wheeler (Marietta, Ga.), 30-2 GHSA Class AAAAAA state champions. Headed to New York City for Dick's Nationals, where they will meet No. 8 Huntington St. Joseph Prep in the quarterfinal round. 5. (5) Blanche Ely (Pompano Beach, Fla.), 28-0 FHSAA Class 7A state champions. Meet No. 11 Findlay Prep in the first round at Dick's Nationals. * Record includes forfeit victory Photo by Ken Reabe Jr. Don't sleep on Miles Bridges and No. 8 Huntington St. Joseph Prep this week at Dick's Nationals. 6. (6) Corona del Sol (Tempe, Ariz.), 32-1 AIA Division I state champions. Season complete. 7. (7) Jonesboro (Ga.), 32-1 GHSA Class AAAA state champions. Season complete. 8. (8) Huntington St. Joseph Prep (W.Va.), 30-2 The Fighting Irish will carry a 13-game win streak into their Dick's Nationals opener with No. 4 Wheeler. 9. (9) Greensboro Day (N.C.), 33-2 NCISAA Class 3A state champions. The Bengals – one of the nation's best defensive teams – will attempt to slow down high-scoring No. 2 Montverde Academy in the opening round at Dick's Nationals. 10. (10) Plano West (Texas), 33-2 UIL Class 6A state champions. Season complete. File photo by Todd Shurtleff Senior guard Paris Austin helped No. 13 Bishop O'Dowd end a streak of six consecutive losses in state championship games over the weekend. The Dragons beat four-time defending state champ Mater Dei for the CIF Open Division crown. 11. (11) Findlay Prep (Henderson, Nev.), 28-2 The Pilots are headed to Dick's Nationals, where they took home titles in 2009, 2010 and 2012 (known then as National High School Invitational). 12. (12) Wesleyan Christian Academy (High Point, N.C.), 27-5 NCISAA Class 3A runner-up. Season complete. 13. (13) Bishop O'Dowd (Oakland, Calif.), 28-4 North Coast Section Division III and CIF Open Division state champions. Season complete. 14. (14) Mustang (Okla.), 28-0 OSSAA Class 6A state champions. Season complete. 15. (15) Cardinal Gibbons (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.), 33-1 FHSAA Class 5A state champions. Season complete. Photo by Richard Ta No. 20 Roselle Catholic played well down the stretch en route to the NJSIAA Tournament of Champions title. 16. (16) Callaway (Jackson, Miss.), 31-3 MHSAA Class 5A state champions. Season complete. 17. (17) Garfield (Seattle), 27-2 WIAA Class 3A state champions. Season complete. 18. (18) Roman Catholic (Philadelphia), 29-2 PIAA Class AAAA state champions. Season complete. 19. (21) DeMatha (Hyattsville, Md.), 33-4 Washington Catholic Athletic Conference regular season, Maryland private schools tournament and Alhambra Catholic Invitational champions. Season complete. 20. (22) Roselle Catholic (N.J.), 28-4 NJSIAA Tournament of Champions winner. Season complete. Photo by Patrick Gorski Villanova recruit Jalen Brunson helped No. 21 Stevenson go 90-10 over the past three seasons with two trips to the Illinois Class 4A state championship game. 21. (23) Stevenson (Lincolnshire, Ill.), 30-3 IHSA Class 4A state champions. Season complete. 22. (NR) Western International (Detroit), 26-0 MHSAA Class A state champions. Season complete. 23. (24) Providence (Jacksonville, Fla.), 31-1 FHSAA Class 3A state champions. Season complete. 24. (NR) Wings Academy (Bronx, N.Y.), 30-2 PSAL Class AA champions, Class AA Federation Tournament of Champions winner. Meets No. 1 Oak Hill Academy on Thursday at Dick's Nationals. 25. (25) Hamilton (Memphis, Tenn.), 16-16 * TSSAA Class AAA state champions. Season complete. * Record includes 15 forfeit losses Dropped out: No. 19 last week Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif.); No. 20 La Lumiere (LaPorte, Ind.). Just missed: Homestead (Fort Wayne, Ind.); Mater Dei, Neumann-Goretti (Philadelphia); Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth, Calif.).”
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Video: Steve Nash high school basketball highlights
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Mar 27, 2015
“Steve Nash High School Highlights 6,534 views1:28 Video: Steve Nash high school highlights See the two-time NBA MVP in his high school days in Canada. Every scrawny, under-appreciated, below-the-rim high school player has an idol ... a role model ... a vision. He is Steve Nash. Born in South Africa — now there's a start most NBA hopefuls don't consider — his family settled in Victoria, British Columbia, another professional basketball not-so-hotbed. He played soccer and hockey as a youth but told his mom he would someday play in the NBA. Imagine the laughter. But after he averaged 21.3 points, 11.2 assists and 9.1 rebounds for St. Michael's University School, a free college education seemed like a nice possibility. Of course, no one bit on at a wiry 6-foot Canadian kid until Santa Clara coach Dick Davey requested a highlight tape. I mean, what the heck, eh? Despite Davey telling Nash he was "the worst defensive player" he'd ever seen, he took a chance on the lad. And we all know what happened from there. Two-time West Coast Conference Player of the Year. Eight-time NBA All-Star. Two-time NBA MVP. C'mon. Sounds like a fairy tale. The final words were written today when Nash officially retired. Lucky for all those scrawny high school kids searching for a dream, his career is always available in books, the internet and television sets everywhere.”
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2014-15 girls basketball state champions
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Mar 25, 2015
“Photo by Carin Goodall-GosnellMaxPreps is your home for high school basketball state playoff coverage. Check back as we track brackets and state champions across the United States throughout the month of March. Click here to search for tournaments in your state. 2014-15 GIRLS BASKETBALL STATE CHAMPIONS Alabama Brackets 7A – Jefferson Davis (Montgomery) 55, McGill-Toolen (Mobile) 54 6A – Homewood 69, Blount (Eight Mile) 60 5A – Wenonah (Birmingham) 49, Brewbaker Tech (Montgomery) 29 4A – Deshler (Tuscumbia) 70, Jacksonville 57 3A – Lauderdale County (Rogersville) 70, Pisgah 39 2A – Red Bay 34, Geneva County (Hartford) 29 1A – Keith (Orrville) 38, Spring Garden 25 Honors: Alaska Brackets 4A – Dimond (Anchorage) 54, West Valley (Fairbanks) 49 3A – Sitka 53, Valdez 50 2A – Glennallen 51, Metlakatla 39 1A – Alak (Wainwright) 62, Buckland 36 Honors: Arizona Brackets Division I – Dobson (Mesa) 58, Millennium (Goodyear) 49 Division II – Maricopa 52, Seton Catholic (Chandler) 49 Division III – Page 54, Tuba City 42 Division IV – Phoenix Christian 67, Valley (Sanders) 61 Honors: Arkansas Brackets 7A – Fayetteville 80, Conway 65 6A – Greenwood 39, Siloam Springs 5A – Hot Springs 62, Pulaski Academy (Little Rock) 61 4A – Riverview (Searcy) 65, Ozark 43 3A – Greenland 72, Valley Springs 53 2A – Marmaduke 68, England 56 1A – Nemo Vista (Center Ridge) 32, Wonderview (Hattieville) 30 Honors: California Brackets Open Division – Mission Hills (San Marcos) 58, Mt. Carmel (San Diego) 41 Division I – Horizon Christian Academy (San Diego) 66, Mount Miguel (Spring Valley) 59 Division II – Carlsbad 53, Montgomery (San Diego) 38 Division III – Rancho Bernardo (San Diego) 53, Kearny (San Diego) 44 Division IV – El Capitan (Lakeside) 55, San Ysidro (San Diego) 40 Division V – Palo Verde Valley (Blythe) 53, Escondido Adventist Academy (Escondido) 38 Honors: Colorado Brackets 5A –  Broomfield 47, ThunderRidge (Highlands Ranch) 42 4A – Valor Christian (Highlands Ranch) 73, Sand Creek (Colorado Springs) 47 3A – Pagosa Springs 39, Sterling 36 2A – Akron 53, Yuma 48 1A –  Idalia 59, Sangre de Cristo (Mosca) 50 Honors: Connecticut Brackets LL – Wilton 73, South Windsor 45 L – Capital Prep (Hartford) 87, Northwest Catholic (West Hartford) 59 M – St. Joseph (Trumbull) 50, Cromwell 44 S – Thomaston 52, Canton 50 Honors: Delaware Brackets DIAA – Ursuline Academy (Wilmington) 53, Caravel (Bear) 41 Honors: Florida Brackets 8A – Miami 44, Colonial (Orlando) 37 7A – Palm Beach Lakes (West Palm Beach) 58, Wekiva (Apopka) 40 6A – Pine Forest (Pensacola) 46, Barron Collier (Naples) 28 5A – Dillard (Fort Lauderdale) 51, Paxon (Jacksonville) 35 4A – Lake Highland Prep (Orlando) 68, Dunbar (Fort Myers) 62 3A – Miami Country Day 77, Seffner Christian (Seffner) 59 2A – Florida A&M (Tallahassee) 75, Grandview Prep (Boca Raton) 45 1A – Freeport 49, Wildwood 36 Honors: Georgia Brackets AAAAAA – McEachern (Powder Springs) 58, Norcross 51 AAAAA – Stephenson (Stone Mountain) 65, Mays (Atlanta) 56 AAAA – Buford 35, Carrollton 34 AAA – Laney (Augusta) 70, Beach (Savannah) 55 AA – Wesleyan (Norcross) 45, Holy Innocents Episcopal (Atlanta) 31 A Public –  Taylor County (Butler) 67, Turner County (Ashburn) 54 A Private –  St. Francis (Alpharetta) 47, Southwest Atlanta Christian (Atlanta) 45 Honors: HoopSeen.com All-State AAAAAA | AAAAA | AAAA | AAA | AA | A Hawaii Brackets Division I – Konawaena (Kealakekua) 51, Lahainaluna (Lahaina) 41 Division II – Honoka'a 33, Hawaii Baptist Academy (Honolulu) 31 Honors: Idaho Brackets 5A – Mountain View (Meridian) 66, Boise 53 4A – Century (Pocatello) 70, Skyview (Nampa) 63 3A – Sugar-Salem (Sugar City) 40, Timberlake (Spirit Lake) 33 2A – Soda Springs 53, Ririe 43 1A Division I – Lapwai 65, Prairie (Cottonwood) 43 1A Division II – Richfield 48, Dietrich 41 Honors: Illinois Brackets 4A – Benet Academy (Lisle) 61, Fremd (Palatine) 39 3A – Morton 47, Rochester 37 2A – Bishop McNamara (Kankakee) 55, Breese Central 51 1A – Central A & M (Moweaqua) 51, Calhoun (Hardin) 41 Honors: Associated Press All-State 1A & 2A Indiana Brackets 4A – Columbus North (Columbus) 62, Homestead (Fort Wayne) 56 3A – Princeton 72, Tippecanoe Valley (Akron) 44 2A – Heritage Christian (Indianapolis) 73, Fort Wayne Canterbury (Fort Wayne) 53 A – Lafayette Central Catholic (Lafayette) 52, Barr-Reeve (Montgomery) 44 Honors: Iowa Brackets 4A – North Scott (Eldridge) 44, Pleasant Valley 36 3A – Wahlert (Dubuque) 46, Le Mars 38 2A – Treynor 51, Regina (Iowa City) 46 1A – Gladbrook-Reinbeck (Reinbeck) 64, Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto (Mapleton) 52 Honors: Des Moines Register All-State Kansas Brackets 6A – Maize 56, South (Wichita) 48 5A – Leavenworth 52, Blue Valley Southwest (Overland Park) 30 4A Division I – Bishop Miege (Shawnee Mission) 70, Paola 39 4A Division II – Hugoton 68, Baldwin 54 3A – Hesston 54, Cimarron 40 2A – Central Plains (Claflin) 46, Moundridge 33 1A Division I – Hoxie 67, Centralia 53 1A Division II – St. John's/Tipton Catholic (Beloit) 45, Moscow 35 Honors: Kentucky Brackets KHSAA Sweet 16 – Holy Cross (Covington) 35, Allen County (Scottsville) 32 Honors: Louisiana Brackets 5A – Ponchatoula 47, Walker 29 4A – Easton (New Orleans) 45, Salmen (Slidell) 42 3A – University Lab (Baton Rouge) 52, Mansfield 42 2A – North Caddo (Vivian) 55, Pickering (Leesville) 49 1A – North Central (Lebeau) 54, Vermilion Catholic (Abbeville) 50 B – Lacassine 54, Stanley (Logansport) 43 C – Summerfield 31, Pleasant Hill 24 Honors: Maine Brackets A – Lawrence (Fairfield) 50, Thornton Academy (Saco) 43 B – Greely (Cumberland Center) 56, Presque Isle 39 C – Houlton 59, Maranacook (Readfield) 51 D – Washburn 60, Rangeley Lakes (Rangeley) 54 Honors: Maryland Brackets 4A – Eleanor Roosevelt (Greenbelt) 70, Paint Branch (Burtonsville) 42 3A – Milford Mill Academy (Baltimore) 74, Urbana (Ijamsville) 70 2A – Patterson Mill (Bel Air) 56, Oakdale (Ijamsville) 44 1A – Forestville Military Academy (Forestville) 54, Southern (Oakland) 38 Private Schools – Honors: Massachusetts Brackets Division 1 – Braintree 64, Central (Springfield) 43 Division 2 – Duxbury 51, Medfield 42 Division 3 – Archbishop Williams (Braintree) 69, Hoosac Valley (Cheshire) 46 Division 4 – Millis 50, Fenway (Boston) 42 Honors: Michigan Brackets A – Marian (Bloomfield Hills) 51, DeWitt 37 B – Detroit Country Day (Beverly Hills) 49, Haslett 41 C – Calumet 57, Hamady (Flint) 49 D – LaSalle (St. Ignace) 64, Pittsford 60 Honors: Minnesota Brackets AAAA – Hopkins (Minnetonka) 68, Eastview (Apple Valley) 60 AAA – Park Center (Brooklyn Park) 52, Marshall 45 AA – Dover-Eyota (Eyota) 71, Sauk Centre 58 A – Ada-Borup (Ada) 82, Maranatha Christian Academy (Brooklyn Park) 65 Honors: Associated Press All-State Mississippi Brackets 6A – Horn Lake 52, Olive Branch 42 5A –  Natchez 74, West Jones (Laurel) 66 4A – Raymond 50, Bay (Bay St. Louis) 35 3A – Belmont 41, Booneville 39 2A – East Webster (Maben) 68, West Tallahatchie (Webb) 64 1A – Pelahatchie 54, Ashland 48 Honors: Missouri Brackets Class 5 – Rock Bridge (Columbia) 49, Liberty 35 Class 4 – Incarnate Word Academy (St. Louis) 60, MICDS (St. Louis) 27 Class 3 – Central (Park Hills) 55, Cardinal Ritter (St. Louis) 19 Class 2 – Crane 58, Skyline (Urbana) 51 Class 1 – Walnut Grove 48, Naylor 45 Honors: Montana Brackets AA – Capital (Helena) 63, Bozeman 55 A – Hamilton 58, Butte Central Catholic 46 B – Malta 55, Colstrip 46 C – Gardiner 55, Saco/Whitewater 48 Honors: Nebraska Brackets A – Omaha Westside (Omaha) 53, Norfolk 40 B – Pius X (Lincoln) 41, Norris (Firth) 33 C1 – Pierce 38, Kearney Catholic (Kearney) 35 C2 – Crofton 48, St. Cecilia (Hastings) 39 D1 – St. Mary's (O'Neill) 52, Dundy County-Stratton (Benkelman) 33 D2 – Sacred Heart (Falls City) 44, Wynot 39 Honors: Nevada Brackets Division I – Centennial (Las Vegas) 65, Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas) 52 Division I-A – Spring Valley (Las Vegas) 58, Faith Lutheran (Las Vegas) 40 Division III – White Pine (Ely) 52, Needles (Calif.) 36 Division IV – Pahranagat Valley (Alamo) 57, Smith Valley (Smith) 49 Honors: New Hampshire Brackets Division I – Londonderry 48, Winnacunnet (Hampton) 33 Division II – Coe-Brown Academy (Northwood) 50, Goffstown 46 Division III – Conant (Jaffrey) 55, Gilford 33 Division IV – Sunapee 80, Colebrook Academy 72 Honors: New Jersey Brackets TOC – Manasquan 59, St. Rose (Belmar) 55 Group 1 – New Providence 32, Haddon Township (Westmont) 30 Group 2 – Manasquan 67, Westwood (Washington Township) 52 Group 3 – Middletown South (Middletown) 50, Northern Valley (Old Tappan) 42 Group 4 – Franklin (Somerset) 54, Shawnee (Medford) 48 Non-Public A – St. John-Vianney (Holmdel) 50, Immaculate Heart Academy (Washington Township) 46 Non-Public B – St. Rose (Belmar) 56, Immaculate Conception (Lodi) 49 Honors: New Mexico Brackets 6A – Cibola (Albuquerque) 58, La Cueva (Albuquerque) 46 5A – Los Lunas 68, Gallup 63 4A – Hope Christian (Albuquerque) 47, Portales 42 3A – Texico 50, Clayton 39 2A – Melrose 52, Tatum 48 1A – Elida 75, Cimarron 26 Honors: New York Brackets AA – Ossining 76, Rush-Henrietta (Henrietta) 54 A – Williamsville South (Williamsville) 48, Jamesville-DeWitt (DeWitt) 39 B – Susquehanna Valley (Conklin) 51, Hoosick Falls 45 C – Cooperstown 61, Northern Adirondack (Ellenburg Depot) 34 D – Heuvelton Central (Heuvelton) 61, South Kortright Central 54 Honors: North Carolina Brackets NCHSAA 4A – Myers Park (Charlotte) 52, Southeast Raleigh (Raleigh) 47 NCHSAA 3A – Hickory 71, Chapel Hill 53 NCHSAA 2A – Wilkes Central (Wilkesboro) 44, Kinston 41 NCHSAA 1A – Winston-Salem Prep (Winston-Salem) 58, Riverside (Williamston) 31 NCCSA 1A – Bible Baptist Christian (Matthews) 37, Heritage Christian (Hudson) 28 NCCSA 2A – Bethel Christian Academy (Kinston) 51, Faith Christian (Ramseur) 34 Honors: North Dakota Brackets A – Shanley (Fargo) 46, Century (Bismarck) 38 B – Bishop Ryan (Minot) 68, Kindred 52 Honors: Ohio Brackets Division I – Lakota West (West Chester) 44, Notre Dame Academy (Toledo) 38 Division II – Archbishop Alter (Kettering) 57, Rogers (Toledo) 42 Division III – Versailles 54, Chippewa (Doylestown) 43 Division IV – Fort Loramie 55, Waterford 48 Honors: Oklahoma Brackets 6A – Broken Arrow 71, Muskogee 67 5A – Deer Creek (Edmond) 42, East Central (Tulsa) 33 4A – Locust Grove 51, Anadarko 33 3A – Sequoyah (Tahlequah) 55, Chisholm (Enid) 38 2A – Alva 47, Preston 42 A – Thomas-Fay-Custer (Thomas) 51, Okarche 50 B – Lomega (Omega) 52, Coyle 39 Honors: Oregon Brackets 6A – South Salem 56, St. Mary's Academy (Portland) 50 5A – La Salle (Milwaukie) 51, Hermiston 46 4A – Sutherlin 51, Henley (Klamath Falls) 46 3A – Dayton 51, Salem Academy 39 2A – Western Mennonite (Salem) 43, Burns 38 1A – Damascus Christian 51, Country Christian (Molalla) 46 Honors: Pennsylvania Brackets AAAA – Cumberland Valley (Mechanicsburg) 40, Central Bucks West (Doylestown) 35 AAA – Blackhawk (Beaver Falls) 46, Archbishop Wood (Warminster) 40 AA – Neumann-Goretti (Philadelphia) 79, Seton LaSalle (Pittsburgh) 34 A – Vincentian Academy (Pittsburgh) 86, Old Forge 38 Honors: Rhode Island Brackets Division I – Barrington 48, St. Mary Academy-Bay View (East Providence) 37 Division II – Joanita Sanchez/Rocky Hill 62, St. Raphael Academy (Pawtucket) 39 Division III – Narragansett 58, Middletown 55 State Tournament – St. Mary Academy-Bay View 54, La Salle Academy (Providence) 39 Honors: South Carolina Brackets AAAA – Spring Valley (Columbia) 53, Goose Creek 46 AAA –  Lancaster 44, Lakewood (Sumter) 42 AA – Bishop England (Charleston) 50, Pendleton 36 A – Christ Church Episcopal (Greenville) 61, Latta 45 Honors: South Dakota Brackets AA – Washington (Sioux Falls) 45, O'Gorman (Sioux Falls) 42 A – More (Rapid City) 54, Elk Point-Jefferson (Elk Point) 24 B – Ethan 31, Sully Buttes (Onida) 28 Honors: Tennessee Brackets Division I AAA – Blackman (Murfreesboro) 58, Oakland (Murfreesboro) 54 Division I AA – King (Nashville) 58, McMinn Central (Englewood) 51 Division I A – Middleton 62, Clarkrange 50 Division II-AA – Brentwood Academy 63, Briarcrest Christian (Eads) 41 Division II-A – Webb (Knoxville) 64, Franklin Road Academy (Nashville) 40 Honors: Texas Brackets UIL 6A – Cypress Woods (Cypress) 57, Skyline (Dallas) 49 UIL 5A – Canyon 48, Adams (Dallas) 41 UIL 4A – Argyle 46, Wylie (Abilene) 25 UIL 3A – Sunnyvale 52, Shallowater 37 UIL 2A – Martins Mill (Ben Wheeler) 49, Gruver 36 UIL 1A – Nazareth 56, Lipan 40 Honors: Utah Brackets 5A – Brighton (Salt Lake City) 49, Fremont (Plain City) 40 4A – Sky View (Smithfield) 43, Skyline (Salt Lake City) 32 3A – Juan Diego Catholic (Draper) 67, Morgan 47 2A – Delta 45, Kanab 37 1A – Honors: Vermont Brackets Division I – Champlain Valley (Hinesburg) 41, Essex (Essex Junction) 23 Division II – Mill River (North Clarendon) 50, Lake Region (Orleans) 46 Division III – Richford 71, Thetford Academy 36 Division IV – Mt. St. Joseph Academy (Rutland) 35, Proctor 29 Honors: Virginia Brackets VHSL 6A – Cosby (Midlothian) 46, Bethel (Hampton) 45 VHSL 5A – Princess Anne (Virginia Beach) 71, Bird (Chesterfield) 65 VHSL 4A – Monacan (Richmond) 65, Midlothian 57 VHSL 3A – Turner Ashby (Bridgewater) 64, Broadway 60 VHSL 2A – Central (Norton) 63, Floyd County 59 VHSL 1A – Clintwood 52, Twin Valley (Pilgrims Knob) 50 Honors: Washington Brackets 4A – Gonzaga Prep (Spokane) 57, Inglemoor (Kenmore) 52 3A – Lynnwood (Bothell) 54, Cleveland (Seattle) 42 2A – Mark Morris (Longview) 69, WF West (Chehalis) 53 1A – King's (Seattle) 43, Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 27 2B – Okanogan 59, Wahkiakum (Cathlamet) 52 1B – Colton 89, Sunnyside Christian 70 Honors: Tacoma News Tribune All-State West Virginia Brackets AAA – Morgantown 48, Parkersburg South (Parkersburg) 31 AA – Sissonville (Charleston) 50, Fairmont 47 A – St. Joseph Central (Huntington) 40, Wheeling Central Catholic (Wheeling) 37 Honors: Wisconsin Brackets Division 1 – Divine Savior Holy Angels (Milwaukee) 64, D.C. Everest (Schofield) 29 Division 2 – Pius XI Catholic (Milwaukee) 54, Cedarburg 36 Division 3 – Whitewater 49, Xavier (Appleton) 43 Division 4 – Cuba City 56, Fall Creek 43 Division 5 – Barneveld 59, Assumption (Wisconsin Rapids) 43 Honors: Wyoming Brackets 4A – Campbell County (Gillette) 66, East (Cheyenne) 51 3A – Powell 58, Lovell 52 2A – Lyman 42, Southeast (Yoder) 36 1A – Cokeville 65, St. Stephens 59 Honors:”
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This Tech Flop Is Hurting Our Student Loan Programs
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Mar 24, 2015
“The Department of Education’s massive computer system that stores data for more than 40 million Americans with student loans is so outdated and slow it can’t track how many people are actually enrolled in the government’s loan forgiveness and repayment programs. In January, the Department of Education said the Obama administration’s income-based repayment plans would cost about $22 billion more than originally anticipated. Originally, people could qualify if they took out loans after October 2007 and continued borrowing through 2011 – but President Obama recently expanded the program to borrowers who took out loans even before that. Yet the department’s data system has not been able to keep pace.”
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Strauss: 2015 NCAA basketball champs — by academic performance
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Mar 21, 2015
“Education Secretary Arne Duncan is a serious basketball player —  co-captaining the Harvard varsity team and playing professionally, mostly in Australia — so it’s no surprise the department he leads likes to put a spotlight on academic performance among sports teams. The Education Department published on its Homeroom blog  a piece titled “A Different Approach to NCAA Bracketology,” which looks at which schools would come out on top if academic performance were considered for both men and women in the March Madness tournaments.Read full article >>”
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Police investigating stabbing of three football players at Morgan State University
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Mar 18, 2015
“Three Morgan State University football players were wounded in a stabbing incident Tuesday afternoon on the campus in Baltimore, a university spokesman said.Clinton Coleman, the spokesman, said he was told the injuries did not appear to be life-threatening. One player was cut across the chest, he said, a second was sliced in the arm and a third in the cheek. All were taken to a local hospital for treatment.Read full article >>”
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D.C. auditor finds improvements in financial oversight of charter schools
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Mar 18, 2015
“Financial oversight of public charter schools has significantly improved in recent years, but agencies monitoring the schools need to continue improving how they track contracts and enrollment verification, according to a D.C. auditor report released Tuesday.Read full article >>”
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On College Football: Tangled Case of a Baylor Football Player Poses a Test for the Rules of Eligibility
by NYT > Education

Mar 09, 2015
“There remain more questions than answers about a Baylor football player being declared ineligible, and about the procedure by which college students are barred from playing sports.”
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