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Ex-player gets probation for racial threats

Associated Press   NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A former Nashville-area high school football player has been sentenced to three years’ probation for making racially motivated threats to an African-American assistant coach at the school. The U.S. attorney’s office says 20-year-old Jonathan Caine was sentenced Monday in U.S. District Court in ...

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EKU shoots lights out to down Govs

Behind a lights out performance from behind the three-point arch, Eastern Kentucky spoiled APSU’s senior night at the Dunn Center on Saturday, Feb. 22. The Colonels defeated the Govs 96-75 as EKU was 17-32 from three-point territory, compared to just three makes for APSU. Glenn Cosey nailed eight of his ...

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Southern Illinois powers over Govs

With one out in the first inning, Alex Robles stepped to the plate for his first at bat of the evening. As the American flag waved above the center field wall, Robles belted his first home run as a Gov to tie the game at one run a piece. But ...

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Govs avoid sweep, beat Iowa 7-4

After a disappointing opening impression in his first game as a Gov, freshman shortstop Logan Gray turned things around on Sunday, Feb. 16 to knot the score with the Iowa Hawkeyes thanks to a two RBI single in the sixth inning. A sacrifice fly by Ridge Smith the following inning ...

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Baseball GM 2: Iowa 15, Austin Peay 13

Similar to the first game, APSU struck first, this time with two runs. After a double by Rolando Gautier, Ridge Smith followed with a two-bagger of his own to score him. P.J. Torres drove in Smith with a single, putting the Govs up 3-0. Things would go downhill from there ...

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Govs cold shooting leads to loss

Chris Horton stood as reporters questioned him after an 83-68 loss to SIU Edwardsville on Saturday, Feb. 15, with his head down the entire time. It was a game where nothing could go right for the Govs, leaving everyone in attendance at the Dunn Center with their heads hanging. On ...

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