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Davis brothers a steal as a WR duo

Aug 29, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
Adrian and Andrew Davis are a lot like Andrew and Aaron Harrison, in that both Davis brothers play the same position WR, while both Harrison twins play guard on the hardwood. Adrian is a 6’3 170 lbs. WR, and Andrew is 6’4 and 175 lbs. More

Willett welcomes playing with stars

Apr 6, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
Thomas Nelson (KY) HS has a nice nucleus with stars like Kevin Ndahiro and A.J. Youngman one young man who sometimes gets lost in the shuffle is 6’4 205 lbs. wing Austin Willet. One thing colleges will love about Willet is the fact that he has a 4.4 GPA. More

Sports Xpress Recruiting Xclusive: Domonick Brown

Oct 29, 2012 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
Domonick Brown and John Hardin will head into the Kentucky High School Class 5A playoffs unblemished at (10-0) and with big wins over Henry Clay and Boyle Co. highlighting their resume to go along with a district championship. Brown talks with SX about where his recruitment stands inside. More

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Chester Robert (Chet) Groves, 93

Oct 10, 2014 • Muncie Star Press
He attended Muncie Schools, graduated from Muncie Central High School, and received his Bachelor's and Masters degrees from Ball State University. ... Surviving are his wife, Audrey Upchurch Groves, to whom he was married sixty-nine years; his son ... More

Yorktown Stars

Oct 1, 2014 • Muncie Star Press
The two-year public high school for high-ability juniors and seniors at Ball State University was established by the Indiana Legislature in 1990. It accepts applications from current Indiana high school sophomores, with admission based on a number of ... More

The long road to Robertsdale

Oct 7, 2014 • Gulf Coast News Today
Only moments after walking in to an Intro to Photojournalism class at the beginning of my junior year at Ball State University, I knew this was the career for me. I could have never known at the time where this career would take me, but every time I've ... More

For Teachers, Many Paths Into The Classroom ... Some Say Too Many

Sep 12, 2014 • WFAE
The new license brought pushback from educators like John Jacobson, dean of the Teachers College at Ball State University in Muncie, Ind. "There's no accountability. There's nothing other than the principal saying they can teach," he told NPR Ed. "This ... More

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