Andrew Redding

Sports Column: Baseball memories

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“Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack; I don’t care if I ever get back.” If you have heard those lyrics before, you have probably been to a few baseball games. I grew up on baseball. In fact, I’ve played the sport, watched it and even performed the national anthem for the York Revolution, one

Lanier opens volleyball season with win over Pi Gamma in two sets

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The Lanier Falcons A team defeated the Pi Gamma Royals in two sets, 25-19 and 25-18, in their first volleyball game of the season. Last year, the Falcons finished undefeated at 6-0, sweeping all but one match they played, before falling short of the championship. Lanier undoubtedly will again be trying to battle into the

Cobras outlast Omega in softball championship

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The Pi Kappa Cobras snapped the Alpha Omega Delta Lions’ two-year softball championship streak, winning the best two out of three games Tuesday night. Both teams entered the contest with perfect records. The Lions, who had won the championships in 2013 and 2014, were hoping to win their third straight championship game and were certainly

Bruins captains set shining examples for their team

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Being a leader is never easy, but the captains of the Bruins men’s basketball team have found ways to be effective leaders both on and off the court. Juniors Ray Holden and Kyle Turner have been a part of the Bruins basketball program since its inaugural season. The 2014-15 season was the first season that

Sports Column: How to make a March Madness bracket

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It’s that time of year again; millions of basketball fans will be eagerly waiting to see where their teams are placed on Selection Sunday. In the days following, fans will fill out their March Madness brackets for their chance to win against family, friends and coworkers. If you’re like me, and this is your favorite

Bruins men fall to Southern Wesleyan on Senior Night

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The BJU Bruins lost their final home game of the season 84-68 to the Southern Wesleyan University Warriors on senior night at BJU. The Bruins came into the night on a two-game winning streak, hoping to end the season with one more win. In the first half, the Bruins struggled defensively against the Warriors and

BJU wins battle of Bruins; Turner makes Bruins history with 1,000th point

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The Bruins men’s basketball team defeated the Piedmont International University Bruins Friday, Feb. 20, in a 86-72 win, highlighted by team captain Kyle Turner’s 1,000th career point. From the start of the game, the teams battled for control with a few ties and lead changes.  BJU was able to expand its lead to 28-17, but

Bruins men fall to PCC Eagles 78-61

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The Bruins men’s basketball team fell 78-61 against the Pensacola Christian College Eagles Feb. 7, dropping their record on the road to 1-11. As the two teams took the court, the Bruins were hoping to bounce back from their home loss against PCC a couple of weeks earlier. PCC grabbed an early 7-point lead over

Home crowd spurs Bruins to 75-73 victory over Owls

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In a game that thrilled a packed Davis Field House to the last second, the BJU men’s basketball team defeated the Warren Wilson College Owls 75-73. The Bruins came into the game trying to shake off a loss from earlier in the week and add another win to their stats. The Owls had beaten the

Bruins nab 83-55 victory over Clearwater Cougars

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The Bruins men’s basketball team, riding momentum from Friday’s big win over Warren Wilson, defeated the Clearwater Christian College Cougars 83-55 Saturday night. The Bruins had never beaten the Cougars and lost by one last year at home, so they were determined not to let Clearwater defeat them at home again. As the Bruins and

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