Mountaineers Travel to Navy Tournament

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The Mountaineers (3-0) travel to Annapolis, Maryland, for a two-day tournament from Sept. 3-4, at the Wesley A. Brown Field House. WVU opens play against No. 23 Michigan (2-0) on Friday, Sept. 3, at noon ET. The squad will go up against host Navy (3-1) on Saturday, Sept. 4, at 7:30 p.m.
 
“We have a tough weekend ahead of us,” said coach Reed Sunahara. “We have Michigan and Navy. Michigan is now ranked, and they beat two really good teams. Navy is playing well. It will really tell us where we are at this point in

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BEARS TRAVEL TO BIRMINGHAM FOR TOURNAMENT

CONWAY, Ark. – The Bears started the season 2-0 with wins over UTRGV and Belmont. Central Arkansas travels to Birmingham, Alabama, for two matches in a tournament against UAB and Elon.

TEAM NEWS

Multiple Bears are still out after missing the openers against UTRGV and Belmont. Katsuyoshi Kimishima and Sebastian Andreassen are both still out and are looking to make a quick return to the side.

FORM GUIDE

Central Arkansas comes off the back of two strong wins over UTRGV and Belmont. The Bears have scored five goals in the two matches

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German-Engineered Beachy Travel Trailer Sports Affordable and Adventurous Living

The travel trailer in question here today is simply known as the Beachy, an RV from a very well-established German manufacturer, Hobby Caravan (HC). Yes, the same HC with over 50 years of experience in this industry.

It all began in 1967 when engineer Harald Striewski put his knowledge to work and pushed out a product that would eventually lead to 54 different models of caravans or trailers and 21 different types of motorhomes, including over-cab structures and vans.

As for the Beachy, this trailer is designed as a “symbiosis” between a camper van and the original home-made Hobby caravan

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Bears travel to Claxton Friday night to face Tigers | Sports

Pierce County’s season-opening four-game road trip continues in Claxton Friday night.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s third-ranked Bears (1-1) are coming off a 25-0 beating of Class 5A Wayne County in Jesup. Claxton’s lone game was a 27-6 setback in the “Pecan Grove” at the hands of PCHS regionmate Tattnall County two weeks ago.

Pierce County has won the last four meetings against Claxton to take a 6-3 series advantage. PCHS has outscored the Tigers 177-65 (19.7 to 7.2) in the all-time series.

During the 1982 and 1983 seasons, PCHS and the Tigers split four games. The Bears swept Claxton 11-6 and

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