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5 Big Things: Why John Cooper wins their first Football Championship [Video]

HOUSTON – Making the move from Florida to Texas this summer was a transition for CJ Hobbs ’23.

The junior, who previously attended The King’s Academy in Florida, made the move to the Second Baptist School where his father Dr. Chris Hobbs would serve as the school’s Director of Institutional Advancement.

Once here, CJ started training for his junior season on the cross country course. New school means new experiences, and for CJ, it was an opportunity to step into more of a leadership role as an upperclassman.

“It’s been a change of pace,” said CJ, “but a good experience to adapt to being a leader on the team.”

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Watch: Mater Dei senior receiver CJ Williams discusses 44-7 state championship victory over San Mateo Serra - High School Sports News, Scores, Videos, Rankings [Video]

MISSION VIEJO, Calif. Santa Ana Mater Dei beat San Mateo Serra 44-7 to win the Open Division state football championship in California on Saturday. Mater Dei senior receiver CJ Williams discusses the win below.

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Cheer For Your Life 2021 💚🍀✅ #LMN​​ - New Lifetime Movie Based On A True Story [Video]

A high school girl’s spirits are crushed as she suffers through a humiliating “Cheerleader Initiation Week,” but her dreams aren’t the only thing in danger when another girl on the squad turns up dead, and when she disappears herself, her mom will have to rush to save her.Director: Jared CohnWriters: Lee Gorlitz(story)Dave Hickey(story)Stars: Grace Patterson, Allison McAtee, Anna Belle Bayley, Paige Kriet, Randy Wayne, Jacob Dever

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Chatelain: Fred Hoiberg's problem; Grown children in college football; and a Johnny Rodgers update | Huskers [Video]

Dirk Chatelain covers a lot in this column: Fred Hoiberg's Nebraska basketball problem; Grown men acting like children in college football; Thoughts on Scott Frost's hires; and a Johnny Rodgers