Here are this week's Sports items from the paper. Any past articles from this section can be found in the corresponding Archives sections.

Mountain Lion baseball slides into first place in?South Division
By Jonathan Greene, Staff Writer
Date: april 18th, 2007

The Mountain Lions baseball team came into this week playing great baseball as they had won eight of their past nine games. The Mountain Lions took on Bluefield State in conference action this past week at home and their weekend doubleheader against Ohio Valley was cancelled due to inclement weather.
April 12: Concord 20, Bluefield State 7.

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Will Concord athletes CU at the game?
By Laurel Cole, Staff Writer
Date: April 18th, 2007

When we think homecoming, we immediately think of tailgating, stadiums full of cheering crowds, competitions, and inevitably football. Homecomings are generally a time for alumni and the community to join the athletic atmosphere for a seasonal game.
Homecoming crowds bring a whole new level of excitement to the event and are notoriously anticipate the annual event. But all this hype may be increasing at Concord next fall thanks to Assistant Soccer Coach, Carol Bonnes.

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Track travels to WVWC
By Josh Bowe
Date: April 18th, 2007

The track and field team performed well at Wesleyan last Wednesday despite heavy rain. Bobby Thompson finished first in the shot put (11.89m) and second in the hammer throw just behind conference leader Tyler Blachtley. The win in shot was Bobby's first college victory.

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Annual golf tournament to be held June 8
By CU News
Date: April 18th, 2007

Concord University will be holding its annual Concord University Foundation Homer K. Ball Scholarship Golf Tournament Friday, June 8, 2007, at the beautiful 18-hole course at Pipestem Resort State Park.
Participants will be helping some of the state's best students receive a Concord education, since all funds, after expenses, will be applied to the CU Foundation's scholarship fund.

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