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Combating the overuse epidemic
BY GREG BACH AND ADAM SHILLING
As elite competition increases in youth sports, so does injuries.
bringing it all back home
by Kelli Anderson
The article looks at the Xavier University women's basketball team, focusing on the efforts of players Ta'Shia Phillips and Amber Harris to win the national championship. Comments from coach Kevin McGuff on the relationship of Phillips and Harris are presented. The author mentions that Harris was eligible to enter the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) draft, but declined.
SMALL CHANGES TD NHL RINKS ARE MINIMIZING THE RISK OF LACERAl'IDNS, AND EVEN CONCUSSIONS. BY PAUL STEINBACH
The Jeddah United women's basketball team trickled onto the court, each player wrapped in a black abaya and head scarf Within minutes, the women had shed their cloaks and were in uniform -- white pants and jerseys with their names in red -- practicing layups, passes and foul shots until they were wet with sweat. The team, made up mostly of Saudi students and housewives, is preparing for a local tournament this month. But what the women would really love to do, many said, is compete internationally and represent their country abroad, something Saudi Arabia does not permit.
By Greg Bach
and Adam Shilling
Appealed from the Fourth Judicial District Court for the Parish of Ouachita, Louisiana; Trial Court No. 87,3167; Honorable Michael S. Ingram, Judge.
COUNSEL: MICHAEL A. COURTEAU, Attorney for Plaintiff/Appellee Jimmie Baugh.
BLACKWELL, CHAMBLISS, HOBBS & HENRY, BY: Sam O. Henry, III, Kerry L. Kilpatrick, Attorneys for Defendant/Appellant Maurice Redmond.
THEUS, GRISHAM, DAVIS & LEIGH, BY: David H. Nelson, Attorney for Third-Party Defendant/Appellee Aetna Casualty & Surety Company.
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