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Three San Antonio Football Players Get to the Super Bowl

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The NFL Super Bowl has been good for one local high school – John Jay. Since the news broke that the LA Ram’s No. 83 Josh Reynolds gradated from the Northwest school, media has been flocking to the school’s doors.

It also helps that Reynolds’ mother, Michelle, is an assistant principal there.

Josh Reynolds, a wide receiver for the Rams, graduated from Jay High School where he played football, basketball and ran track. After high school, he played for Tyler Junior College and found his way to Texas A&M University. He was drafted in 2017 by the Rams.

In 2016, an ESPN story said, “Since joining the Aggies in 2014, the San Antonio product has been one of the conference’s most consistent and productive receivers but rarely is his name first off the lips of observers rattling off the (NCAA Southeastern Conference) top pass-catchers.”

In San Antonio –  a city that has produced many top-notch football players, Reynolds’ name is gold.

Malcolm Brown, a graduate of Steele High School in Cibolo, is a running back for the Rams, but he’s on the injured reserve list. He’s been with the Rams since 2015 after playing for the University of Texas.

Ramon Richards graduated from Brackenridge High School in 2014. He played for Oklahoma State and was signed by the Rams last year. He’s on the team’s practice squad.

As the Rams face the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl this Sunday, most of the Jay community will be rallying behind its former student. The school is so excited they made a No. 83 jersey for their Mustang mascot.

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Jackson State Football Team On Probation

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Deion Sanders is the NHCIC (New Head Coach In Charge) at Jackson State University; however, he’s going to have to work through some drama that took place before his being named the team’ new coach.

Last week the NCAA reported that the Jackson State football team had violated NCAA Certification and recruiting rules (between 2014-2018) according to an agreement released by the Division 1 Committee on Infractions and the team was placed on two year’s probation also resulting in a fine of $5,000, a recruiting ban and other penalties. The university and the NCAA enforcement staff agreed that 34 student-athletes had practiced and competed before receiving final certification from the NCAA Eligibility Center. The university also acknowledged and agreed that it failed to monitor its certification process.

For more on the developed story visit www.ncaa.org.

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LAKER NATION IS BACK

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On the heels of early voting, Sunday Night Football, political debates, playing through a pandemic, and everything else going on in the world, the LA Lakers won the 2020 NBA Finals Championship inside the first ever “NBA Bubble.” Lakers clinched the game 6 win over the Miami Heat with their 106-93 victory. The Lakers are now tied with the Boston Celtics for the most NBA championship wins in NBA league history; they each have 17 apiece.

This championship was unique and historic in more ways than one. With the burning reminder of former Laker Kobe Bryant’s death, Laker championship drought frustrations, players vocally expressing their thoughts on race and inequality (the Black Lives Movement), and spending months quarantined at Walt Disney Resort playing in the midst of COVID-19, these were all factors and fighting motivation for the 2020 Lakers team. It had been 10 years since the Lakers last Championship win when Kobe lead the team.

This win was Lebron James’ 4th NBA championship title and 4th NBA Finals MVP title (with 3 different teams; Cleveland 2012 & 2016, Miami 2013, and LA 2020).

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Naomi Osaka Wins 2020 US Open

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No. 4 seed Naomi Osaka rallied for a thrilling 1-6, 6-3, 6-3 victory over former world No. 1 Victoria Azarenka to win the women’s singles title at the 2020 US Open.

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