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a program, we taken another step forward just getting over all that adversity that we been through, Wolverines coach Darran Powell said this week. shows our resiliency. Here seven things to know about Friday Week 12 games. region semifinals that will be played at neutral sites. Brackets are set and the Ohio High School Athletic Association will announce Week 13 regional final sites on Sunday.

Back together again: Dunbar and Trotwood Madison have established their boys basketball programs as the best in the area. Those are must see showdowns. And so too is this Division III, Region 12 matchup.

This is not the same Dunbar that was toasted 42 0 by Belmont in Week 1. Dunbar made its grandest statement by outlasting host Goshen 28 27 in last week playoff opener. Tavion Thomas two point conversion run on the game final play was the difference.

That propelled Dunbar (8 3) into the semis against Trotwood (11 0) at Butler. A heavy favorite to win a state title, Trotwood whacked Elida 48 7 in its opener. Dunbar and Trotwood haven played in football since the 2012 season, a 62 0 Trotwood rout.

is the game we been preparing for all season when we found out we were in the same division and region, Dunbar standout receiver Joseph Scates said. what made us work harder so we could get a good record and go to the playoffs and play these boys. Hargrove will end his career among the area all time career rushing leaders. He needs 237 yards to hit 2,000 for the season. He recently decommitted from Bowling Green State University and is being wooed by Michigan State, among others.

Thomas need less than 100 yards to crack 2,000 this season. He verbally committed to Oklahoma.

I going to say is we ready, Thomas said. going to prove that we can hang with anybody. That enabled Centerville to be the last Greater Western Ohio Conference still playing in D I, Region 3, because, Fairmont,
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Northmont and Wayne all lost playoff openers.

Centerville senior combo of quarterback Alec Grandin and receiver Jake Spiewak have it going. Grandin has thrown for 2,351 yards, 23 touchdowns and just six interceptions. The GWOC leading receiver, the 6 foot 4 Spiewak has 66 catches for 1,011 yards and 10 TDs.

Those two will get the defensive attention of Pickerington North (9 2), which ousted Wayne 41 20. It also a rematch of their Week 3 game that host Centerville won, 27 26. The do over will be played at Springfield Evans Stadium.

MAC attack: All that stands in the way of a Marion Local vs. Coldwater rematch is Spencerville and Lima Central Catholic. Marion Local (11 0) gets Spencerville (9 2) at Piqua and Coldwater (8 3) is matched against LCC (10 1) at Wapakoneta in D VI, Region 24.

Two more MAC teams are making runs in D VII, Region 28. Minster (7 4) is paired against Convoy Crestview (10 1) at Lima and Delphos St. John (7 4) will play Lehman Catholic (10 1) at Harrod Allen East. Both Minster and Delphos took their lumps in regular season MAC play, but have recharged for the postseason.

Dunbar QB Jamar Walker is pressured by Belmont’s Alfonse Joseph. Belmont defeated Dunbar 42 0 in a season opening high school football game at Welcome Stadium in Dayton on Thursday, Aug. 24, 2017. MARC PENDLETON / STAFFDunbar RB Tavion Thomas. Belmont defeated Dunbar 42 0 in a season opening high school football game at Welcome Stadium in Dayton on Thursday, Aug. 24, 2017. MARC PENDLETON / STAFF.
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Most of us will have over indulged in delicious goodies over the festive period.

So if you want to work off the extra pounds, Dumfries Running Club’s latest jogscotland course at Dumfries and Galloway College is the thing for you.

The programme has been hugely successful over the past few years as hundreds of novice runners have taken part, many of them enjoying it so much they’ve gone on to join the club and take part in races.

The beginners programme is free and is aimed at people who have never run before or people who haven’t been active for a while, regardless of age, ability or fitness level. The aim is for everyone who takes part to be able to jog for 2km by the end of the 10 week course.

The latest programme begins on Monday, January 9, at Dumfries and Galloway College where there is plenty of parking and an indoor meeting area with good toilet provision.

Anyone who would like to take part should be there for registration and a briefing on the programme at 6pm.

After the first week, sessions will begin at 6.30pm and the early weeks will see the programme run in a safe, well lit closed off part of the car park. Once participants are confident then quiet, well lit roads within the Crichton are used, with a weekly newsletter keeping people up to date and a certificate presented at the end of the course.

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No specific sports clothing is needed, just loose fitting tops, bottoms and sports shoes.

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A project launched 10 years ago to regenerate a former Dumbarton whisky bottling plant has brought an incredible to the local economy.

A new independent economic impact assessment also reveals that 718 full time jobs have been created as a result of the regeneration of Lomondgate.

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The site used to be home to the former J whisky bottling plant, with Strathleven Regeneration CIC and Walker Group (Scotland) Ltd tasked with securing investment there.

Strathleven Regeneration chairman, Bruce Malcolm said: “These results which have been achieved in challenging conditions and without public funding show that Lomondgate has progressed from a regeneration initiative to become a vibrant community, successful business location and natural gateway to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.

“Securing over of investment in such difficult conditions is testament to the effectiveness of our partnership with Walker Group and the strength of the location.”

Key developments that have taken place at the 120 acre site over the past year include the doubling in size of its Premier Inn and planning permission for Taylor Wimpey to build a further 58 houses.

Dumbarton MSP Jackie Baillie said: “Lomondgate is one of Scotland’s most ambitious regeneration projects and this report confirms that it is a real success story.

Leader of West Dunbartonshire Council Jonathan McColl added: “This council is determined to show businesses big and small that West Dunbartonshire is a place where they can be confident locating their operations.
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Gavin Duffy, Connacht’s captain for the past two seasons, suffered the injury in the lead up to last Saturday’s pre season friendly against London Wasps in Galway and is set to miss the opening weeks of the RaboDirect PRO12.

“The biggest lesson I learnt last week was to stick to my tackles and not let someone’s boot hit my jaw,” he said wryly when speaking on Newstalk’s ‘Off The Ball’ programme on Thursday night.

“Just last Tuesday in training I got a boot to the jaw. I thought it was a bit sore at the time and I went down to get an X ray. Unfortunately I have a slight fracture.

“There was a fear that I might have to get a plate, but I’ve been told to stick to a strict non chew diet so I’m on plenty of smoothies and soups and blended foods.

“Hopefully I’ll avoid another operation I’m getting another X ray in two weeks’ time and I’ll hopefully be back soon after that.”

It is a cruel blow for the experienced full back who was reportedly in excellent form during the province’s recent training sessions.

Duffy’s 2012/13 season was hampered by hamstring injuries and he also spent some time on the wing due to the consistent performances of Athlone youngster Robbie Henshaw in the number 15 jersey.

Capped by Ireland in June, Henshaw is still in pre season mode so he is unavailable for tomorrow’s friendly away to Newcastle Falcons.

Tiernan O’Halloran and Shane Layden deputised for Duffy at full back in the 31 7 defeat to Wasps at the Sportsground, while the returning Fionn Carr has been training in the position ahead of the trip to Newcastle.

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“It’s very refreshing. I’m in my 12th or 13th year of professional rugby and I’ve learnt a hell of a lot in the last couple of months.”

Allied to Lam’s input, Connacht’s underage and Academy structures are bearing fruit their sub Academy training camp had a record intake of 500 players from Under 14 to Under 20 level this summer and nine of the province’s Under 20 Grand Slam winning squad from 2011 are now on professional contracts, including senior starlets Henshaw and Kieran Marmion.

Duffy says some hugely positive steps are being taken within the province’s set up, particularly in terms of physical development and preparing young players for the rigours of the professional game.

“The young guys coming through the system, through the academies and professional academies, they are getting great work done. There’s a gym in Ballina and there’s one in Castlebar and the guys from 14 or 15 years of age are learning all the techniques in the gym,” he added.

“It’s pretty scary when they’re 18 or 19 and they’re coming into the gym and they’re looking at you saying, ‘Is that all you’re lifting? Put on extra weights there!’

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“Our situations,” Duce Staley said, “are totally different.”

It’s coming up on 12 years since Staley, who’s been the Eagles’ running backs coach since Chip Kelly took over as head coach in 2013, was himself at the center of offseason controversy. Entering the 2003 season and the final year of his contract, Staley held out of training camp for 26 days, hoping to persuade Jeffrey Lurie, Joe Banner, and Andy Reid that he deserved a long term extension. They were not persuaded, and Staley returned to the team without an extension, played out the season, and bolted for the Pittsburgh Steelers once he became a free agent.

The primary reason Staley was so quick to distinguish between his exit and McCoy’s, of course, is that Staley never stooped to slandering Reid as a racist, as McCoy has done to Kelly since the Eagles traded McCoy to the Buffalo Bills in March. As Staley met with the media Wednesday at the NovaCare Complex, McCoy was in western New York, declining to elaborate on his comments to ESPN The Magazine about Kelly, all but rubbing his hands together like a punk kid who had just set off a bottle bomb and was reveling in the damage he’d caused. And even after coaching McCoy for two years and forming a friendship with him, Staley wasn’t about to defend the insidious nature of McCoy’s accusations.

“Chip is not a racist at all,” Staley said. “That’s definitely far fetched.”

Once he was finished standing up for Kelly, Staley drew a less incendiary connection between the Eagles’ final season with him and their first season without McCoy. That 2003 season was the year of the “three headed monster” in the Eagles backfield: Staley, Brian Westbrook, and Correll Buckhalter. The trio combined for 1,618 rushing yards, 83 receptions, and 27 rushing and receiving touchdowns in helping the Eagles go 12 4 and reach their third straight NFC championship game. And it’s easy to remember the team’s success with those three backs and see Kelly employing the same tactics with DeMarco Murray, Ryan Mathews, and Darren Sproles.

“I just know when I think back to those times, we had three good running backs who all could catch, who all could run the ball, who all could block,” Staley said, “and Coach was like, ‘Let’s just keep them fresh. We were throwing screens to Brian and be running the ball with Duce and Correll. Let’s switch it up. Put Duce out wide.’ It was just a game of chess out there sometimes.”

The irony of Reid’s willingness to rely on those three running backs was that, despite his preference for throwing the football and the fireworks (on the field and off) that accompanied Terrell Owens’ arrival, the Eagles offense may never have been better under Reid than it was in the second half of the ’03 season. The Birds averaged nearly 31 points over their final seven regular season games, winning six, and for one four week stretch, the Eagles under Andy Reid, mind you averaged 160 rushing yards a game.

It was a testament to Reid’s coaching and to Staley’s character that the two of them made that system work. Bear in mind: Westbrook was entering just his second NFL season, and Buckhalter was coming off a knee injury that prevented him from playing in 2002. But Staley had rushed for more than 1,000 yards in a season three times. He had been the Eagles’ clear cut No. 1 running back the fulcrum of the offense before Donovan McNabb developed into a star and his holdout was predicated on his belief that he should be paid like their No. 1 running back. Yet Staley never squawked, even though he ended up with the fewest carries (96) among the three backs.

Contrast that situation with the one Kelly faces this year with Murray, Mathews, and Sproles.

“When you go back and check the pedigrees of these three, these guys have all been proven,” Staley said. “So we brought them here, one big pot of gumbo.”

Kelly and Staley can use all the team building tricks in their bags, can laud each player’s unselfishness, but it’s going to take some finessing to keep these three satisfied.
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