• Indoor sports facility reportedly going downtown; Commission to vote on acquiring block housing Antique Mall
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    Indoor sports facility reportedly going downtown; Commission to vote on acquiring block housing Antique Mall

    It appears the proposed $19 million indoor sports facility will be built downtown. City Commissioners on Tuesday will vote on whether to purchase the full block of properties housing and surrounding the Owensboro Antique Mall — which is one block directly south of a future hotel and two south of the Convention Center. City Manager Nate Pagan said Commissioners will vote on acquiring the group of properties located in between West 3rd and 4th streets and Locust and Cedar streets as well as a roughly $44 million bond agreement. All of the properties are currently owned by Gipe Enterprises. The Owensboro Antique Mall operates at the corner of West 3rd…

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  • Coyotes open indoor season in Brookings
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    Coyotes open indoor season in Brookings

    Story Links The Meet South Dakota men’s and women’s track and field open the indoor track and field season this weekend at the SDSU Holiday Open inside the Sanford Jackrabbit Athletic Complex in Brookings, S.D. The two-day meet begins at Noon on Friday. The Coyotes South Dakota was picked second in both the men’s and women’s Summit League Indoor Track and Field Preseason Poll. The Coyotes have six individuals and two relays returning as Summit League Champions, headlined by third-year sophomore Sara Reifenrath. The Summit’s Most Outstanding Performer of the Championships swept the gold in the 400 meters, 200 meters and 4×400-meter relay. Jacy…

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  • As temperatures drop indoor sports are becoming increasingly popular for The Boys & Girls Club of Santa Maria
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    As temperatures drop indoor sports are becoming increasingly popular for The Boys & Girls Club of Santa Maria

    SANTA MARIA, Calif.- As temperatures drop indoor sports are becoming increasingly popular for The Boys & Girls Club of Santa Maria. Managers of the organization say more kids are playing indoor activities again. “We did have a season last year, but there were some restrictions and requirements for parents to to wear mask. This year, everything is wide open again where we’re having everything just back to normal,” said Ernie Cuevas, Santa Maria Boys & Girls Club Sports Director. Last year there were still some restrictions and requirements such as wearing masks. This year masks are no longer required. But managers are making sure kids know the importance of health…

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  • Downtown Pensacola indoor sports facility may go to council in January
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    Downtown Pensacola indoor sports facility may go to council in January

    Pensacola Mayor D.C. Reeves hopes to bring “Project Pickle” up for a vote by City Council in January. Speaking at his first press conference as mayor Tuesday, Reeves said he is continuing negotiations begun under former Mayor Grover Robinson to bring an indoor sports facility to the Port of Pensacola’s Warehouse No. 4. The proposed facility would include indoor modular courts that could be used for multiple sports, including pickleball which has surged in popularity in recent years. “I’ve had some really good conversations with the folks that would be operating that facility,” Reeves said. Project Pickle:Pensacola may get dedicated indoor pickleball courts New mayor:Mayor D.C. Reeves: Pensacola will not rest…

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  • Superior woman opens indoor field of dreams – Superior Telegram
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    Superior woman opens indoor field of dreams – Superior Telegram

    TOWN OF SUPERIOR — A new business in the town of Superior offers an all-season baseball facility paired with a roster of quality trainers. Northland Ball Club, owned by Cyndi Dennis, is dedicated to helping young baseball players flourish. It’s a place for them to train starting with the basic mechanics and working their way up, she said. Owner Cyndi Dennis, behind, coaches Declan Bergquist, 8, second from right, on how high to raise his leg when pitching during a day camp at Northland Ball Club in the town of Superior on Friday, Nov. 25.Maria Lockwood / Superior Telegram Her goal was to build a place where kids could play…

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  • Track and Field Announces 2022-23 Indoor Schedule
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    Track and Field Announces 2022-23 Indoor Schedule

    Story Links PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The Brown track and field programs have announced their schedules for the upcoming 2022-23 indoor seasons, which are set to begin the first weekend of December. The schedule consists of 13 meets leading up to the Ivy League Heps at the end of February.   The Bears first meet will take place at the Olney-Margolies Athletic Center (OMAC) when Brown hosts the annual Alden Invitational on Saturday, December 3 beginning at 10 a.m. The Bears will also send athletes to the URI Multi-Meet on December 9 and the Beacon Invite at UMass Boston on December 10 before a month-long break for the…

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