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Former UNC star Joey Sankey will host a 5K at Penn Charter on November 3rd to raise awareness & funding for testicular cancer research. Sankey was recently diagnosed with the disease and discussed the issue in a heartfelt post on Instagram yesterday.
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Three weeks ago, I was diagnosed with Testicular Cancer. I have started my first round of chemo this week. I am lucky that testicular cancer is a very curable disease, and I will beat this and move on. I have always believed that 10% of life is what happens to you, and 90% is how you react. I’m determined to make this negative obstacle a positive experience in my life and others! I appreciate any support in my efforts to raise awareness/ funding for Testicular Cancer, Prostate Cancer, and Mental Health through the Movember Foundation! Link to donate is in my BIO! My Family and I will also be hosting a 5K event at Penn Charter on Saturday, November 3rd. More details on 5K coming soon!! #beatcancer THANK YOU to my family and friends who have been supporting me through this!
Former @UNCMensLacrosse great Joey Sankey announced on his Instagram he was diagnosed with testicular cancer about three weeks ago. His family will host a 5K at @PennCharter on November 3rd. https://t.co/npQN2saArV pic.twitter.com/GccxY8jItc— Chris Jastrzembski (@CFJastrzembski) October 18, 2018
Florida A&M University students experienced their first ever ReLAX with Puppies on Wednesday afternoon. The men’s Lacrosse Club teamed up with Tallahassee Memorial Hospital’s animal therapy program on The Quad where therapy dogs were made available to help students reduce stress and relax before midterms get underway. About 30 minutes before the event, students were already making their way to The Quad to see the talked about puppies that would be making their way soon. From 1-3 p.m., students were able to pet and play with puppies like Brody, the 3-year-old golden retriever-lab mix. “I’ve been really stressed out this week. With Hurricane Michael and midterms coming up. Seeing these dogs really made my day,” senior Cierra Thomas said.
Looks like ReLax was a big hit.
Never seen a Famu lacrosse hand but they getting puppies for the quad and I love em— Cori Renee (@CoriRenee_) October 17, 2018
Midterms may have you stressed out, or maybe you need to release some tension after the hurricane. Come out and ReLAX with our THERAPY puppies. This Wednesday, join FAMU men’s lacrosse team at 1-3 pm on the Quad, and get a clear mind getting past the middle of the week. pic.twitter.com/ekxw6jOGaC— Elijah Williamson (@darkskin_akeem) October 15, 2018
Here’s a great compilation of hockey lacrosse goals.
Giving lacrosse a try. “I played basketball my freshman, sophomore and junior years and then track my junior year, then my senior year, I tried lacrosse. That was fun while it lasted but I probably won’t do it again. I didn’t want to play basketball (senior year). I was a center at 6-1 so I wasn’t big enough to play center, so I moved to lacrosse. We went to the semifinals at state.”
The biggest adjustment in lacrosse? “It had to be the stick and the ball. That was the weirdest thing, being able to throw to catch with that thing. I’m used to catching with my hands and throwing with my hands, so having like a tool in your hand to catch and throw was the weirdest thing. I didn’t get that down until the end of the season.”
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Rob Hart used to like watching baseball. He enjoyed its pace, the strategy, the excitement. But lacrosse has ruined that. Baseball became too slow for him. Hart still will take in a baseball game, but only because his nephews are playing and they are family. Hart fell in love with lacrosse. That love has turned into a devoted service to the Tri-City lacrosse community, helping the sport grow in this region.
I stand by my prediction.
It looked good coming off the stick, though.
The University of Denver men’s lacrosse team will host its final fall competition date of the exhibition season this weekend when they welcome a collection of Alumni All-Stars back to Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium Saturday at 12 p.m. MT. Admission to the event is free. Saturday’s Alumni All-Stars roster includes 17 players from Denver’s 2015 National Championship team, including seven former Denver All-Americans in Mark Matthews, Chase Carraro, Eric Law, Wes Berg, Connor Cannizzaro, Erik Adamson and Christian Burgdorf. The coaching duo of Brian Wegner and Jeremy Noble will return to the sidelines for the Alumni All-Stars, who won the game 8-7 a year ago, despite being outshot 62-37.
Gotta keep your eye on the ball at all times.
After going 3-0, FGCU is really feeling themselves.
Mad dece weekend for FGCU Men’s lacrosse pic.twitter.com/ilXl2ed6du— fru (@TheFrueh) October 15, 2018
I always knew hurling would come for lacrosse: The countdown is on for North America’s First Hurling vs. Lacrosse Match on November 3rd 2018 in Los Angeles, as part of Ireland Week.
What’s Up, PhilaJersey?
All right, Boston. Your Red Sox just beat our Yankees in the ALDS and the Patriots are miles better than both the Giants and Jets. You can have sports. But how dare you come for our pizza crown? TripAdvisor released on Tuesday its list of America’s 10 best pizzerias. And something called “Regina Pizzeria” in Boston topped the list. Not a New Jersey pizza spot, not even a New York one. A Boston pizzeria. No. 1 in the country. This feels like a “Black Mirror” episode -- and in this dystopian pizza future, the entire world has lost its taste buds.
I’ve never been to Regina Pizzeria. I’ll probably never go to Regina Pizzeria. You know why? You don’t go to Hawaii to ski, you don’t go to Colorado to surf and you sure as hell don’t go to Boston for pizza. Obnoxious accents and mediocre coffee? Sure. Maybe even clam chowder -- we’ll admit New England’s take on the soup is better than Manhattan’s, ya chowdahead.
Starbucks is restructuring its European operations after several years of slowing sales. The Seattle-based coffee chain is selling 83 company-owned stores in France, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg to its longtime partner, Alsea. Alsea will also provide services to 177 other Starbucks locations in those countries which are owned by franchisees. Mexico City-based Alsea already operates more than 900 Starbucks stores in Mexico and South America. The deal is similar to one Starbucks made in 2016, when it sold off its stores in Germany.
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