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CCHS Spring Sports open 2015 season with mixed success

After a crazy winter, which included two significant snowfalls, and heavy rain that affected preseason practice and the cancellation of action during the first week of the spring season, all four Cannon County spring sports were in action with mixed results as each of them try to compete for District 8AA titles and beyond this season.

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It's father vs. son
It's father vs. son
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New direction set for Cannon soccer
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Softball teams looks to better season
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Tickets available for MT/Old Miss game
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Hunter: Remember the positive
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Experience is key
Experience is key
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Mixed experience for tennis team
Mixed experience for tennis team
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Sign up for run
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Magical run ends for Lionettes
Magical run ends for Lionettes
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Lions fall short of dream
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Hunter: A friend that I will miss
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Abbey's living her dreams
Abbey's living her dreams
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Cannon girls headed to Girl's State
Cannon girls headed to Girl's State
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Boys headed 'Back to the Future'
Boys headed 'Back to the Future'
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Mr. and Miss Basketball Finalists set
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Hunter: Hello Cannon County!
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Storm held tourneys back
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Lionettes grab 2nd chance
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Column: ESPN captures Soviet loss
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Historic streak continues
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Josh Ruehlen wins player of year
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Cannon boys continue winning streak
Cannon boys continue winning streak
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Against Livingston
Against Livingston
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CC avenges previous loss vs. York
CC avenges previous loss vs. York
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