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A pair of open mat nights — the first scheduled for Sunday — will introduce female wrestlers in the Davenport Community School District to a new girls wrestling program that will be open to students at Davenport Central, North and West high schools during the upcoming school year.

For the love of the game, families head to ballparks to watch America’s pastime each summer. They might be going to Fenway, Wrigley, Comerica, or other MLB stadiums to tick them off of their bucket list or just going to watch their grandchildren play ball. Gone are the days of simply donning a ball cap and some sunscreen to watch your kid’s baseball game. Now you load all of your spectator gear into a wagon. You might have a simple bag chair, or one that rocks or swings and has a canopy built into it, or a super snazzy chair that was converted from your wagon. You put your steel water bottle into the cup holder and finish emptying out the wagon. There’s a small pop-up tent to shield you from the elements, a blanket (just in case), a hat, sunblock, and sunglasses. Now you’re ready to watch the game in style.

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It was a challenge to tell who was having more fun Friday at the Rally for Reid Football Camp — the group of around 600 participants or the former Iowa football players who volunteered their time as coaches.

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A number of current and former NFL players who played college football at Iowa will join the camp’s head coach, Jake Gervase, in taking part in the second annual Rally for Reid Football Camp next Friday at Jack & Pat Bush Stadium on the Assumption High School Campus.

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Kori Cheverie reflects fondly on the conversations she had with her grandfather growing up in Nova Scotia, where he encouraged her to believe anything was attainable in sports.

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