Former Catholic High School Basketball Coach Facing 30 Counts of Statutory Rape

An investigation into 24-year-old former Catholic High School teacher, Megan Mahoney, continues this week after she was arrested for allegedly having sex on many occasions with a teen student. According to SI Live, Mahoney, a former Staten Island, NY gym teacher and basketball coach, is now facing 30 counts of statutory rape “for alleged sexual trysts” with a young…

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Mo’ne Davis’ Chevy Ad Will Leave You With A Lump In Your Throat

Is there anything Mo’ne Davis can’t do?

After wowing the world with her arm and becoming the first female pitcher ever to win a game at the Little League World Series, the 13-year-old Philadelphian is now starring in an ad for Chevrolet.

She doesn’t pitch the auto brand directly, but she hits our emotions right in the strike zone. In a verbal letter to America, Davis talks about her memorable summer and beyond. “Every day of the week, I’m playing soccer, basketball or baseball. I stand for girls who want to play sports with the boys and to be a role model for people, young and old,” she says.

And of course she refers to her celebrated 70 mile an hour fastball, declaring, “That’s throwing like a girl.”

The Spike Lee-directed commercial premiered during Game 1 of the MLB World Series on Tuesday. The spot will not affect Davis’ amateur status for college sports in the future, NCAA spokeswoman Emily James confirmed in a statement published by ESPN.

Prepare yourself now for a lump-in-the-throat ending.

H/T Jezebel

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This is the park I take the kids to play at.  Super wooded.  The pic doesn’t look like much, but I couldn’t take a pic of the play towers behind me.  There was a birthday party at the park and lots of kids would have been in the shot, so I’ll get pics of the rest at a later date.  The park includes real bathrooms (no port-a-potties here!), a baseball diamond, basketball court, sand volleyball pit, two pavilions, trails all over, and the bike path access to the Arboretum trail deep in the valley.

07lsu said:

Loved your blog on Jamie's dislocated shoulder. I had that exact dislocation and the amount of pulling they did on my shoulder to reduce it caused me to have shoulder reconstruction surgery. The ball of the humerous was stuck in a Hill-Sachs lesion from a previous dislocation. Loved your A&P description of how Jamie dislocated his shoulder. It helped to understand my dislocations betters and you're 100% correct, the pain involved reducing the joint is VERY painful, but you knew that.

Dear 071

I am very sorry to hear of your difficulties with shoulder dislocation.  I do hope that you have received good physical therapy.  Don’t know about you situation, but a common cause for anterior shoulder dislocation now days occurs during basketball: someone charges you while guarding with the upper limb extended.  This forces the straight arm backwards and the head of the humerus forwards resulting in the dislocation.  Just a warning to those who enjoy this sport.  Once the joint has been dislocated, a repeat dislocation is easier.


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