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This Week in Sports :: Little League World Series

Aug 26, 2010

It’s back to school and the weekend couldn’t be more important to sit back, relax and watch some sports on TV. So what’s going on? This Week in Sports looks at the Little League World Series, the NFL preseason, the top two teams in the Majors, and the ASP pro surf tour.

Little League World Series

Home RunHome Run

The Little League World Series is this weekend! South Williamsport in Pennsylvania holds this international tournament every year. Here’s a look at the final schedule for the Finals that you can watch on ESPN.


  • Friday – Georgia vs Hawaii (Semi-Finals)
  • Saturday – Winner vs Texas (US Championship)
  • Saturday – Chinese Taippei vs Japan (International Championship)
  • Sunday – World Series Championship (3pm EST)

Rams New Rookie

Sweet Start for SamSweet Start for Sam

The St. Louis Rams have potentially found a way out of the basement with their 1st pick of the 2010 NFL draft, Sam Bradford. This huge 6’4 – 250 pound quarterback played his first game against the New England Patriots Thursday and did not disappoint. Sammy led the Rams to a 36-35 win completing 15 out of 22 passes for 189 yards.


Tampa Bay to the Top

Rockin RaysRockin Rays

The Tampa Bay Devil Rays have caught the New York Yankees for the top position in the Major Leagues. The Rays are the hottest team in the League winning 7 of their last 10 games. They are now tied with the Yankees with a 78-49 record in the standings. Only 35 games in the season remain with the Boston Red Sox only 5 games behind in their division. Who do you think will grab the pennant?

Pro Surfing

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The ASP professional surfing tour continues this week in Tahiti at one of the most dangerous beaches in the World called Teahupoo. So far the waves have only been 3-4 high through 2 rounds of surfing, but the weekend looks to hold some bigger sets of the beach’s potential 18-foot monsters. You can watch the competition live on the Billabong Pro website .

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Of course we can! It's true that we're a little less strong physically, but we can. "Can't" means just that, we can't. And that's wrong. It's true we have to deal with all that physical pain (I can whine about it for agesss) and mental pain too. And that some of us cry easily. But that's because we feel pain! So although we are less strong physically as I said earlier, girls can also think up ways to surprise someone in a fight. And that's a good thing to do to someone who laughs at a girl and says they cant fight.
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Cheer-leading is a sport - most people think that it is not - but it is Yes it looks like they are just cheering on the football players - but their routines and being able to hold up girls over their head takes strength, and they work really hard to make everything look good.
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ererie
ererie posted in Basketball:
I liked cheering for the underdog, so I've always cheered for the Cavs. I'd like to see how this year's line-up goes, though our past best point guard left for the Celtics.  :/
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