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Category: Academic
The Bowie High School Robotic team i eeking donation for their after- chool program that encourage tudent to u e mechanical, oftware and electronic kill to build robot to compete with other tudent from acro the country. Each year 30+ bright and dedicated tudent join together to put their imagination to work and build their dream .  They pend countle hour working tirele ly creating amazing object that omehow come to life.  Thi program i everely under funded and it take a ignificant amount of re ource for the program to function properly. Your donation to thi program will go toward: Material...
 
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Peppermill Youth Association offers sports in two leagues. Baseball, basketball and cheerleading will be offered under our Prince George’s County Boys and Girls Club charter and we have partnered with the Capital Beltway League to provide non-boundary contact football.
 
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Category: Sports Camps
LOOKING FOR CAMPS? Starting July 14th – August 15th are our  Sports Camps and Lango Camps. Regular Camp hours 9am-4pm.  Before and after care is 7:30 am to 5:30 pm. Join in NOW before it’s to late!
 
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Category: High School Soccer
“Nobody who ever gave hi be t regretted it.”- George Hala My name i Fareeha and I am a ophmore at Hammond High. Soccer i my ab olute pa ion, my number one tre reliever, and favorite downtime activity. Stepping onto that field give me a wild ru h that word cannot even begin to explain. It’ a place where I can only move forward, be my elf and focu .  I could be thrown down to the ground but only to get back up fa ter and tronger than ever. It’  never about how hard you get hit, what’ amazing i how hard your hit and till manage to tand once more. For week I’ve had to deal with agonizing hin plint that would hoot up my leg every time I took a tep. I’ve prained both ankle and have gotten a concu ion almo t three time . I’ve been in the ho pital for all ort...
 
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Category: College Basketball
March Madness! Those words call out to every college basketball fan across the nation. If your one of them the next few weeks signifies great basketball, spring break and the unofficial month long holiday during the NCAA tournament.  The only other holiday that compares to March Madness is the NFL playoffs and the Super Bowl.  For college basketball teams; entering the tournament is a rite of passage for 64 teams to earn the opportunity to advance to the sweet 16, elite 8 and the final four.  After three weeks of intense play, the two surviving teams play for the grand prize "The NCAA National Championship”  
 
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The Charles Flowers Jaguars moved pass the Bladensburg Mustangs in an impressive 27-6 win at Jaguar Stadium in Springdale on Saturday.  Flowers exploded in the first quarter when Running Backs Daquan Davis #28 and Carl Turner #6 combined for a pair of touchdowns to put the Jaguars ahead 13-0. The Jaguar defense held Bladensburg to less than 50 yards of total offense in the first quarter.  The Jaguars’ third touchdown at the top of the second quarter came when Jaguar Quarterback Roman Williams threw an 11 yard touchdown pass to Bentley Ukonu giving Flowers a 21 point lead.  With just 8 minutes left in the second quarter, a Flowers’ muffled punt is recovered by the Mustangs on the Jaguars 20 yard line. 
 
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Category: Fitness
It is hard to miss that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month! But, now that the month is coming to a close and we have worn every pink item in our closets, donated money and walked to our hearts content …do you really know what you NEED to know about this disease?
 
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Category: Fitness
School, heavy work schedules and the long hectic days that consume us all! Around this time of year things tend to get a little hairy and sooner than later you may be longing for a sandy beach or at least a stay-cation. The key to avoiding a burnout is to stay physically AND mentally healthy. Don’t let returning to the “norm” after months of summer fun destroy your mood.
 
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Category: Academic
  National Athletic i proud to announce it annual cholar hip drive for tudent tuition and book .  Thi donation i intended to provide educational cholar hip and other academic opportunitie to help underprivileged tudent in local communitie who aren't able to afford the ri ing co t of education.  Every year tudent from low income communitie are unable to come up with the ba ic tool needed to be ucce ful in the cla room.  Our goal here at National Athletic i to empower tudent with tool needed to be ucce ful in the cla room, on the field, in life kill...
 
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Meet the “Ball Thugs” a local flag football team from the Washington D.C. metropolitan area participating in the Mid East Sports 2012 Spring Flag Football league.  The Ball Thugs are probably one of the most organized and well talented team you will see in flag football competition in the metro area.  A diverse and skilled team; they exemplified the spirit of “National Athletics”; good sportsmanship in healthy competition.  Their outstanding performance in the championship series was worth mentioning and National Athletics looks forward to following this team during the summer league.  Well done "Ball Thugs"
 
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“Nobody who ever gave his best regretted it.”- George Halas

My name is Fareeha and I am a sophmore at Hammond High. Soccer is my absolute passion, my number one stress reliever, and favorite downtime activity. Stepping onto that field gives me a wild rush that words cannot even begin to explain. It’s a place where I can only move forward, be myself and focus.  I could be thrown down to the ground but only to get back up faster and stronger than ever. It’s  never about how hard you get hit, what’s amazing is how hard your hit and still manage to stand once more. For weeks I’ve had to deal with agonizing shin splints that would shoot up my leg every time I took a step. I’ve sprained both ankles and have gotten a concussion almost three times. I’ve been in the hospital for all sorts of soccer related accidents. But none of these misfortunes can ever stop my cleats from dancing on the grass and chasing that ball. None of these mishaps can permanently take me away from running on that field. And none of these misadventures can ever stop me from pursuing my dream. Every athlete sweats with spirit. Playing soccer has taught me lessons that no one can teach you, but yourself. It’s given me confidence and strength to face problems on and off the field. 

Soccer will forever play an intense role in my life. Every skill I’ve developed, every trick I have learned, and every obstacle I’ve had to come across are mine- no one in the world can take that away. They are what have defined me as the athlete I am today. So always remember, it is impossible for someone to take away your talent, preserve it with practice. Give it 110 %, never give up, and keep on kickin’ it.

 

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