News for Sunday, February 7, 2010

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The Buzz, February 8, 2010

Youth to be honored for equine skillsALBANY -- Katie DeLoatch, 15, of Albany is among a group of youth to be honored for outstanding equine skills next week in Atlanta.

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How the mighty have fallen

College basketball bluebloods are taking their lumps this season

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Stricker wins at Riviera, goes to No. 2 in world

Steve Stricker wins the Northern Trust Open and vaults to No. 2 in the World Golf Rankings.

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'Noles agree to vacate 12 victories

Florida State not only will vacate 12 wins in football, but also a 2007 men's national track title as the effects from an academic scandal reach 10 different sports.

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South Carolina upsets UGA

The 14th-ranked Georgia Lady Bulldogs lose for the fourth time in five games, falling against South Carolina, 52-42, on Sunday.

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Nazi hunter recalls life overseas during WWII

William Payne was serving overseas when Pearl Harbor was bombed.J.D. Sumner, government writer

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Doctor to help fund shelter

An area orthopedist offers to help finish Lee County's animal shelter through his Fifth Friday Foundation.Carlton Fletcher, metro editor

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GSW opens baseball season with sweep

Georgia Southwestern earns pitching victories from Tyler Daniel and Jody Sellars as the Hurricanes sweep Barry, 12-8 and 3-2.

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Darton, ASU raise money to fight breast cancer

Darton and Albany State's women's basketball teams will wear pink jerseys to raise breast-cancer awareness during the next two days.

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Skinner wins again

River Pointe Golf Club pro Sonny Skinner wins his sixth tournament in the past 2 1/2 months, placing first in the PGA Match Play Championship on Sunday.

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