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United Way Invitational enters 19th year today

October 11, 2011

The 19th annual United Way Unifour Cross Country Invitational takes place today at Southside Park in Newton.

Thirty-seven high schools and 1,189 runners will participate in the event, which is scheduled to have six races between approximately 3:45 p.m. and 6:15 p.m.

“This is really unique in that it is a high school athletic event,” said organizer John Hall. “It’s certainly one of the largest events in this area. We’ve got some of the best 3A and 4A teams in the state coming. We also have some really great 2A teams. There will be some really good competition.”

St. Stephens supports teammate whose father is battling cancer

October 11, 2011

Members of the St. Stephens High School football team lost hair and gained unity last week in honoring a family member of one of their teammates.

The father of tight end Zach Bumgarner is undergoing treatments for cancer. In light of the battle, half of the players on the squad decided to honor the man who has attended every one of their games this season despite the toll the disease has taken on him.

It all started with an early-week talk on Monday with Zach's dad, David Bumgarner, about his ongoing and previous battles.

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