• Frontier senior has love of water and biology | News, Sports, Jobs
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    Frontier senior has love of water and biology | News, Sports, Jobs

    Anna Antill at Disney World after winning the 2022 Cheerleading Worlds Championship in Orlando, Fla. (Photo Provided) Anna Antill is a senior at Frontier High School where she is on track to be co-valedictorian of her graduating class. (Photo Provided) Anna Antill, center, with her family during her National Honor Society induction. From left: grandmother Norma Jean Antill, brother Nick Antill, Anna Antill, mother Kim Antill and father Frank Antill. (Photo Provided) Anna Antill with her cat Mac. (Photo Provided) Anna Antill enjoying the water of a stream while on a school Spanish trip to Puerto Rico. Antill said she has a love for water. (Photo…

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  • Love of sports takes flight for umpire and Reservist > Youngstown Air Reserve Station > Article Display
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    Love of sports takes flight for umpire and Reservist > Youngstown Air Reserve Station > Article Display

    YOUNGSTOWN AIR RESERVE STATION, Ohio —   Like the military, sports have many moving parts in order to properly execute what is seen on television every day. From the grounds crew to the scorekeepers, countless people work tirelessly to make these events happen. One of these moving parts are the officials. Without their contributions, the players you see would not be able to play the game they love at the level they do. With the military and sports sharing this common theme, Tech. Sgt. Jason Schneider, a special hands representative for the 76th Aerial Port Squadron and secretary for the Department of Veteran’s Affairs has been…

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  • Teven Jenkins’ Is Starting To Like Guard. You’ll Love His Reason
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    Teven Jenkins’ Is Starting To Like Guard. You’ll Love His Reason

    Teven Jenkins went through some emotions over the past month. He started the year as a favorite to start at left or right tackle for the Chicago Bears. Then he was demoted to the second and third-team offenses by the end of minicamps. He missed eight practices when training camp began, leading many to wonder if the absence was more about mental issues than injury-related, as the Bears insisted. Either way, Jenkins didn’t know what to expect when he returned. After playing the preseason opener at tackle, the 24-year-old got a phone call from offensive line coach Chris Morgan. The team wanted to move him to guard. The trio of…

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