GUADARRAMA LEADS NEW HAMPSHIRE PAST HOLY CROSS

DURHAM, NH – Sophomore forward Nick Guadarrama (Newington, Conn.) scored a career-high 28 points and led all scorers as New Hampshire defeated Holy Cross, 87-83 at Lunholm Gymnasium on Saturday afternoon. The Wildcats saw five score in double figures and never trailed despite several runs from the Crusaders. 

Guadarrama, who also led the team with 13 rebounds, added three steals, three assists and one block and proved to be the difference maker against an undersized Holy Cross team. For the Crusaders, freshman Ryan Wade (Ann Arbor, Mich.) came off the bench and scored a team-high 24 points, shooting 4-of-7 from three-point range. 

Holy Cross cut an early 10-point deficit to one point with a basket from sophomore Blake Verbeek (Grand …

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Freeman leads Braves past Marlins

(ATLANTA) – At the end of the day, leaders lead by word and example. And if there was any doubt who the leader of the Atlanta Braves was, Freddie Freeman put that to rest in the last 48 eventful hours. 

The veteran first baseman launched two homeruns, tallied three hits, and drove in four runs to lead the first place Braves to a 5-1 win over the visiting Miami Marlins on Tuesday night at Suntrust Park. His second homerun of the night, a towering shot to right center, earned his 100thRBI of the season, and a one-out single in the seventh drove in Ronald Acuna Jr. and Ozzie Albies, vaulted Freeman into the major league lead with 102 …

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The Great America

HMG Guest Writer: Alvaro Daza

This is a story of Alvaro journey while he was in the America.

It is enough to sleep to imagine the famous American dream that has been talked about for so long, that which consists of achieving what you propose in a country that has been for decades a recipient of people from all countries that we can imagine. 

United States, is one of those places where you are surprised, beyond the random things you can think, there is a lot of learning just imaginable from the perspective of now. 

When I arrived in America, I entered Houston before the astonished look of a security guard who let me in, thank God, without a return …

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Frightened Ms. Muffet Expresses Ignorance in Tampa

This past week, a Division 1 College Basketball coach took the national stage to offer hate, prejudice and cowardice during the NCAA Tournament.  Coach Muffet McGraw, leader of Notre Dame’s Women’s basketball team told the world that she would not hire a male coach on her staff.  Prejudice and sexism can’t be defined any better!  

“When you look at men’s basketball, 99 percent of the jobs go to men, why shouldn’t 100 or 99 percent of the jobs in women’s basketball go to women?” McGraw said. “People hire people who look like them. That’s the problem.”

No, Coach McGraw, the problem is that public figures like you are offering contempt toward anyone who doesn’t look like you! As a matter of fact, …

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Spartans Dominate the East to Head to Minneapolis

The kelly green and white sea saw rocked back and forth evenly for thirty-nine plus minutes at the Capital One Arena in the nation’s capital. Fans remained on their feet as the Duke Blue Devils adorned in their white uniforms traded scores, with the Spartans of Michigan State University before a missed free throw enabled the Spartans to prevail 68-67.  

“I’ve had some great Final Fours, but this one ranks right up there with maybe the best, the way we had to do it all season,” said the Spartan Head Coach Tom Izzo as he heads to his eighth Final Four.   

The Spartans, sporting their green uniforms were well-coached, aggressive and confident but came into this game as the underdog and …

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