West Liberty Salem high school runner Meghan Vogel wasn’t going to win the Ohio D-III 3,200-meter state finals, which was held last weekend. In fact, the junior, who had already won the 1,600 meter, was in last place with about 20 feet to go.
That’s when she noticed that one of her competitors, sophomore Arden McMath, had collapsed and fallen in front of her. Rules state that anyone who aids another runner will be disqualified. But Vogel decided this wasn’t the time to follow the rules.
Last Friday, Beth Gresham noticed something very troubling in her Memphis neighborhood. A puppy who had somehow gotten her head stuck in a plastic container.
Being an animal lover, Gresham knew how vulnerable the pup was without any ability to eat or defend herself. So she tried her best to grab the dog and free its head. However, the pooch was too scared and ran away into the woods.
Drake, who is a rapper from Canada, has over seven million followers on his verified Twitter account. On Wednesday, the 25-year-old tweeted out a message that was, at best, a humble brag and at worst just plain obnoxious.
Humorous academic superlatives are generally handed out in high school yearbooks. Maybe it’s best to keep it that way because a ”Catastrophe Award” for having the most homework excuses given to a third grader at Desert Springs Academy in Arizona is causing controversy.
Brendan Haas came up with a pretty cool way to give back to military families. Inspired by the famous story of the guy who through a long chain of Craigslist trades was able to turn a paperclip into a house, a nine-year old launched what he called the “Soldier for a Soldier” initiative. Starting with a toy soldier, Haas kept trading up until he amassed $900 worth of Disney gift certificates, airfare and hotel credits.
The benefits to having a girlfriend are well-documented. But here’s one advantage that doesn’t get discussed as often as it should. When you have a significant other, you always have someone you can prank when they are most vulnerable
When you run on the field during a baseball game, you should expect rough treatment from the security guards or the players, if they happen to get to you first.
However, Chicago White Sox left fielder Dayan Viciedo couldn’t have been more gentle when he apprehended a field invader during the sixth inning of his team’s game against the Baltimore Orioles earlier this week.
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