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Shelly Anderson - Big East Football
Pitt's lofty status not norm for league
Should Pitt dare to dream about a No. 1 ranking? A Final Four? A national championship? (1/30/2003)

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Phil Axelrod - Bowling
Bowling: Sheffield bowler a series MVP
Ken Segner of Sheffield Lanes stole the show with a 300 game, an 823 three-game series and a 1,061 four-game series at Baden Bowl in the second session of the Pittsburgh Area Scratch Travel League. (10/26/2003)

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Phil Axelrod - Tennis
Tennis: 25th appearance finally pays off
John Chatlak will never forget the first time he played in the West Virginia Open at Oglebay Park in Wheeling, W.Va. (8/3/2003)

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Phil Axelrod - District Colleges
District College Notebook: Playoff picture coming into focus for a few area teams
Allegheny and Duquesne are in. Edinboro and Waynesburg could be a win away from getting in. IUP and Washington and Jefferson probably need help. Gannon is out. (11/12/2003)

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Ed Bouchette - Steelers
NFC Notebook: Will it be Rattay by the Bay?
The Steelers might see a different quarterback when they play in San Francisco next Monday night. (11/9/2003)

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Chris Dolack - Auto Racing
District Cars: New week, same story -- Rain wins
Although the checkered flag has not fallen on the 2003 racing season in Western Pennsylvania, the flagman has it in his hand. (9/28/2003)

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Gerry Dulac - Golf
Golf: Augusta's Johnson gets last (dumb) word
If he had kept quiet just a little while longer, if he had kept up the public posture that perhaps one day he and his members would relent on their all-male membership policy, Hootie Johnson easily would have come out in front of Martha Burk in their two-horse race about gender equality. (4/24/2003)

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Ray Fittipaldo - Big Ten Football
Big Ten to experiment with program for instant replay
A comprehensive review of its football officiating requested by Penn State Coach Joe Paterno and Athletic Director Tim Curley, has been concluded by the Big Ten Conference.  (8/15/2003)

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Dejan Kovacevic - NHL
Inside the NHL: Who will follow Fleury's footsteps in Calder race?
Since the Penguins were born in 1967, only one of their own has won the Calder Trophy as NHL rookie of the year: Mario Lemieux. In that span, only five goaltenders have won it: Tony Esposito, Ken Dryden, Tom Barrasso, Ed Belfour and Martin Brodeur(11/2/2003)

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Robert Dvorchak - Pirates
Pirates Notebook: Pirates healthy and eager
BRADENTON, Fla. -- For the first time in Lloyd McClendon's time at the helm, the Pirates had a winning record in spring training. But what's on his mind is tomorrow and beyond, when the games and statistics begin to count. (3/30/2003)

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Dave Molinari - Penguins
Penguins Notebook: MRI might produce, in best case, unlucky news for Straka
If Martin Straka's recent run of luck holds, the Magnetic Resonance Imaging examination of his injured back today will go one of two ways: Either the machinery will short-circuit and give him a major electrical jolt, or he'll receive a career-threatening dose of, well, magnetism. (9/10/2002)

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Pohla Smith - Horse Racing
No Pan Intended wins Messenger, claims triple crown
Owner Bob Glazer gambled $35,000 in the form of a supplemental entry fee that his horse, No Pan Intended, could win the triple crown of pacing. (10/19/2003)

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Steve Ziants - MLB Notebook
Baseball Notebook: Hail Mary, Cubs full of grace?
Just because the regular season has been over for a week doesn't mean the game suddenly gets world serious. There was still plenty of unmeasured comments, unrequited curses and George Steinbrenner to go around. (10/5/2003)

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