Paul Levesque, known to wrestling fans as Triple H, the 13-time WWE world champion and now executive vice president of the company, doesn’t like WWE fans. At least that’s the impression that he gave in cutting a promo, using the parlance of wrestling, on WWE’s flagship weekly TV show, Monday Night Raw, this week.
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The Richmond Raiders will face a 2013 league champion for the second straight week when they host the Harrisburg Stampede Saturday night. Both teams sport 1-2 records, making this first of three regular season meetings an important battle in the National Conference standings.
Last month, the Bridgewater College men’s and women’s golf teams partnered with Special Olympics for a golf outing at Lakeview Golf Course. That partnership was selected by the NCAA to be one of the featured stories in November’s Special Olympics Spotlight at NCAA.org.
Bridgewater College – in conjunction with the Old Dominion Athletic Conference – will participate in the Harrisonburg and Rockingham County area Special Olympics this year with an initiative designed to make selected participants an “Eagle for a Day.” Bridgewater’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee will have each of the college’s sports teams adopt a Special Olympian for […]
Debbie Winters, director of Ride With Pride, accepts a check from Old Dominion Cruiser’s Club President Andy Chase. The check for $1,200 will go for scholarships for Special Olympics students. Ride With Pride ‘s therapeutic horseback program has been serving students of all ages for 21 years.