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A former Aledo (Texas) Bearcats football player was shot and killed during an altercation at an apartment complex in Fort Worth, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Donald Evans, who was featured on Season 1 of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s Titletown — a documentary series that focuses on Texas football — was said to have had “an infectious smile and was often seen scoring touchdowns for the Aledo Bearcats,” a senior producer for McClatchy, Jessica Koscielniak, told the Star-Telegram.
Evans had a gun shot wound in his neck when he was found, the Star-Telegram reported. Fort Worth Police have yet to release extensive details on the shooting
The NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament features more than 40 players who were among the best in high school.
That may not sound surprising, but that’s more than twice the number of those in the men’s tournament.
With so many women staying in college to play basketball longer than the men, top-tier female athletes experience more March Madness than their male counterparts.
Unsurprisingly, teams like UConn, Maryland, Texas, Baylor and South Carolina can be found all over the list of players.
In fact, UConn has two former Player of the Years: the 2015 winner Katie Lou Samuelson and 2018 winner Christyn Williams
Keeping the dream alive means seeing and feeling success close in hand. To win at your sport, you have to see yourself win over and over again. With the vision of seeing yourself perform, there comes a confidence that can help make it all possible.
Use the past to feel confident today. Most athletes would say that past success and experience in playing is the No
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