Saturday, February 11, 2012

The boys

  • For the first time in U.S. History a generation of sons will have less education than their fathers while girls are graduating from college in record numbers. Women have also become a majority of the workforce. Many believe the gap is beginning at a young age.
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  • Jovan Austin had 16 points and eight assists, and Tyler Jacobs and Chris Washburn scored 13 points apiece to help the South Grand Prairie boys clinch the outright District 5-5A title with a 60-50 win over second-place Cedar Hill on Friday.
  • (Dallas Morning News)
  • After hearing Good Vibrations for the third time Thursday, Grammy Executive Producer Ken Ehrlich finally let himself smile. That was pretty great, right? I think that was pretty great.
  • (Los Angeles Times)
  • NEW YORK (AP) -- The Pep Boys — Manny, Moe Jack, an auto parts chain founded more than 90 years ago, has agreed to be taken private by the investment firm The Gores Group for about $791 million.
  • (Yahoo Finance)
  • The sleepless nights haven't stopped since Charlie and Braden Powell died.
  • (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • SEATTLE - Josh Powell told his 7-year-old son he had a surprise for him moments before attacking and killing him and his 5-year-old brother, according to the state social worker who was supposed to supervise a visit between Powell and his sons.
  • (CBS News)
  • American Fork • It took 13 tries and six years, but the American Fork boys finally registered a basketball victory over rival Lone Peak with a 58-50 victory.
  • (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • The Kennedy boys basketball team got exactly what it wanted Friday in a Valley Mission League game against visiting Panorama on its senior night.
  • (Los Angeles Daily News)
  • PROVO — After the first four events in the 5A swim meet the Brighton boys team, as expected, has taken a commanding 155-82 lead. On the girls side Bingham is sitting in first place after Day 1 with a solid team performance.
  • (Deseret News)
  • A year ago, Roosevelt's boys' basketball team seemed on the edge of collapse. Two assistant coaches resigned. Three players transferred to other schools.
  • (Des Moines Register)

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