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EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the fourth in an 8-part series highlighting the elite football players in the area who encompass leadership, athleticism and game-changing ability for their teams in 2017.  The players are taken from the rosters of high school teams in The Star-Herald coverage area and

Self-defense is not necessarily about beating up someone that has bullied a person; it is mostly about confidence and the will to push on in whatever may come someone’s way. 

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the third in an 8-part series highlighting the elite football players in the area who encompass leadership, athleticism and game-changing ability for their teams in 2017.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the second in an 8-part series highlighting the elite football players in the area who encompass leadership, athleticism and game-changing ability for their teams in 2017.

After being named the Offensive MVP of The Star-Herald All Area team in 2016 after rushing for 1002 yards, Kosciusko senior running back/linebacker Kadarius Banks is ready for the 2017 season.  Motivated by his team’s lack of success in 2016, Banks feels he is stronger, smarter and better equipp

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Just let them play ball

A quick disclaimer before I go any further with this column…it is not about you, so please do not think I am directing it at anyone in particular, which I probably am, but still, it is probably not about you.  I cover sports on all fronts for our small hometown newspaper and

Born to Run

After being named the Offensive MVP of The Star-Herald All Area team in 2016 after rushing for 1002 yards, Kosciusko senior running back/linebacker Kadarius Banks is ready for the 2017 season.  Motivated by his team’s lack of success in 2016, Banks feels he is stronger, smart

A red bug melody

To all creatures, big or small, and to the two or three readers of my column, I send my greetings and salutations for your unending faithfulness to reading the words that are set before you most weeks in my column.  Many times I just sit down and say to myself, “What in the w

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