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3 Brown Bears commit to college

...the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association, where they finished third with a 12-5-1 record last season under first-year coach Patrick Kelliher."He had a couple of key goals for us at different times," Beauparlant said of Wunder. "He...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2015-06-02/3-brown-bears-commit-to-college
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Nikiski, Homer lose on 1st day at state

...could never quite recover. "The girls were amped up in the first quarter and lot of our shots were long," said first-year coach Chad Felice. "It was just a lot of energy, they were tense. This is a big stage for them. It's kind of tough...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2015-03-19/nikiski-girls-lose-to-valdez
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Class 3A girls preview: Nikiski, Homer eye title

...30 p.m. Thursday matchup with the Hutchison Hawks, the second seed out of the Aurora Conference.Felice, a first-year coach that originally hails from the Syracuse region of New York state, said early in the season, "Winning regions would...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2015-03-14/class-3a-girls-preview-nikiski-hom
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Class 1A girls: Nikolaevsk girls advance, CIA loses heartbreaker

...m. Monday morning matchup with Minto, which lost to defending 1A champions Newhalen on Saturday morning. For first-year coach Kenny Leaf, the loss stung a little more for CIA, a team that was more than just happy to be there. The Eagles...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2015-03-14/class-1a-girls
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Saturday Peninsula Conference roundup: Nikolaevsk boys, CIA girls punch tickets to state

...four of CIA's points. The Cook Inlet girls held off Ninilchik 29-21 to take a ninth-straight state berth as first-year coach Kenny Leaf, who was named girls coach of the year in the conference, continued the success enjoyed by his predecessors...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2015-03-07/saturday-peninsula-conference-roun
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Patriots are about as good as it gets

...lacked all year. Browns win 28-27TENNESSEE TITANS@ Philadelphia Eagles -11The Titans are still playing hard for first-year coach Ken Whisenhunt despite an unsightly record. Rookie QB Zach Mettenberger played well last week against the Pittsburgh...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2014-11-19/patriots-are-about-as-good-as-it-g
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Pigskin Pick'Em: The Sultan of Sides is back with gusto!

...that RG3 might not be good at throwing passes to his own team? Houston has more than a problem on their hands with a first year coach and a Harvard grad at quarterback. Harvard is great at producing NASA talent and human calculators, but NFL quarterbacks...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2014-09-03/pigskin-pickem-the-sultan-of-sides
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Pigskin Pick'Em Week 4: The Sultan's swagger is back!

...travel to Pittsburgh to face the 2-1 Pittsburgh Steelers. I don't believe Tampa Bay's players will quit on first year coach Lovie Smith. If the players in that locker room have any pride at all they will bounce back with a great effort this...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2014-09-25/pigskin-pickem-week-4-the-sultans-
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Results of Day 1 of Peninsula Conference tourney

...Kazakhstan exchange student and only three returners. They were just matching each other out there tonight." Haller, a first-year coach herself and a 1988 graduate of Seldovia School, said the most points her team had scored in a single game previous...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2014-03-05/results-of-day-1-of-peninsula-conf
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NFL Pick'Em: As the old saying goes, everyone starts at zero

...favored Bengals this Sunday?Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers experienced a career renaissance throwing passes for first year Coach Mike McCoy. This was following two subpar campaigns which had many questioning how much gas Rivers' had left in...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2014-01-02/nfl-pickem-as-the-old-saying-goes-
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