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Elam took a step back after an impressive freshman campaign in 2019. He'll be hard to pass on as a 6-foot-2 corner with elite ball skills if he can fine-tune his technique and become a more reliable tackler. Top needs: CB, LB, OL

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Cat lovers get a kick out of watching their pets play with interactive toys, and that’s why the Crazy Circle is a nice gift for a cat and their human. Your kitty will spend hours batting at the ball enclosed in the circle track while her owner enjoys the show. $14.99 at Chewy. Also available at Amazon.

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Kids of all ages (and even some adults) can struggle with sitting still and remaining on video for class all day. If your child likes to fidget, you might want to consider buying a large stress ball for them to squeeze with their hands or feet off screen. It can help get out some of their energy so they can stay focused on class. If you search online for “giant stress ball,” you'll find plenty of options for under $15.

So we were having dinner when my wife said, “It still feels weird that you’re not going into the TV room to watch baseball later on. Kind of s…

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NBC play-by-play man Marv Albert announces "Oh! A spectacular move by Michael Jordan!" after he rose for a right-handed layup, encountered the long-armed Sam Perkins, then switched to his left hand and kissed the ball in off the glass on the other side of the rim.

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Makes his All-Star Game debut. Controversy arises with talk of a "freeze out" supposedly led by Isiah Thomas to keep the ball away from the popular rookie. Thomas later denies this was intentional. Jordan shoots 2 for 9, scoring seven points in 22 minutes.

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Wide right. The Giants running the ball all day with Ottis Anderson, keeping the "K-Gun" offense off the field, yet only surviving because of Scott Norwood's missed 47-yard field goal at the end.

Senior Madisyn Murray can now simply focus on ball, already getting the weight of her collegiate decision off her shoulders. Next year, Murray will be somewhere she loves — doing what she loves — electing to play softball for Southwestern Oregon Community College, in Coos Bay.

The Elko and Spring Creek boys soccer teams will not play in the regional tournament but — despite no playoff appearances — the regular season ended with some fireworks, a far cry from a 5-0 victory for the Indians in the first meeting of the year.

With one game remaining in the regular season, the Elko boys soccer team has given itself a chance to play in the postseason. The Indians opened a 3-0 lead in the first half and beat the team ahead of them in the 3A North standings, ripping off a 4-2 victory Tuesday over Lowry.

Elko girls soccer team moves to fourth in the 3A North with a pair of home wins, following Friday's 3-0 victory over North Valleys with a 2-0, late-surge shutout W against Sparks. 

The Elko girls soccer team found numerous shots, including a surplus of direct kicks, the Lady Indians unable to cash any goals Friday against Fallon. However, the Lady Greenwave also misfired on several good looks, the game ending in a scoreless tie. Fallon will face the Lady Spartans at noon Saturday, in Spring Creek. The Lady Indians will take on winless Lowry at 5 p.m. Tuesday, at Adobe Middle School. 

If you ever find yourself slumped over your computer screen or fighting low back pain after a long day, an ergonomic sitting ball could be the perfect solution for your home office or workplace. This luxe looking ball chair from Vivora has Amazon customers raving. Here’s why:

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