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    Seven local riders won races at last weekend’s High Country Motocross Association motocross races at the Last Chance Riders Association track, led by double victories by Luke Schultz, Brayden Rader and Jason Steffins.

      The High Country Motocross Association is holding a motocross race this weekend at the Last Chance Riders Association track on York Road.

        The High Country Motocross Association will be hosting motocross races today at the Last Chance Raceway on York Road.

          The smell of fuel and sound of engines filled the arena at Lewis and Clark Fairgrounds on Wednesday as Capital City fans were treated to gnarly back flips, heel clickers and various other extreme stunts as part of the Big Air Bash motorsports show.

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          LOS ANGELES — Jimmy Garoppolo is the NFL's most photogenic quarterback this side of Tom Brady. But for at least the last couple seasons, when they looked at Garoppolo, the San Francisco 49ers only saw the photo negative. Their focus wasn't what Garoppolo could do, but what he couldn't. He doesn't have a Juggs machine for a right arm, and his passes don't leave vapor trails. He'd prefer to ...

          PHILADELPHIA — After driving a ball 103.8 mph through a 17-mph crosswind and into the left-field seats in the fourth inning Friday night, Rhys Hoskins did what must have felt natural to him in the moment. He spiked his bat. It is football season, after all. Hoskins was drafted and developed by the Phillies. He got to the majors in 2017, before the club’s rebuilding process was far enough along ...

          KANSAS CITY, Mo. — In Rome on Wednesday morning, Mark Mangino went to St. Peter’s Square in Vatican City for a Papal Audience with Pope Francis. “I got within 10-12 feet of him!” he said via text message. Even amid an amazing trip, though, Mangino wanted to take a moment to convey his thoughts about the 3-0 start by Kansas football in its second season under coach Lance Leipold. Entering its ...

          BALTIMORE — Ravens coach John Harbaugh said the team has agreed to terms with Jason Pierre-Paul pending a physical, and he expects the veteran edge rusher to reach game readiness quickly once he arrives. “It’ll be hard to know until we see him; he worked out though, so we have a pretty good idea that he looks good,” Harbaugh said after practice Friday. “As soon as he’s ready, he wants to play. ...

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