Monday, February 20, 2012

Gator boys

  • Paul Bedard and Jimmy Riffle are the Gator Boys (Sun., 9 p.m. EST on Animal Planet).
  • (Huffington Post)
  • They tackle South Floridas most stubborn alligator problems, seizing the giant lizards from pools and golf courses in feats filmed for a reality show that airs on Animal Planet.
  • (Sun Sentinel)
  • The Gatewood Gator girls varsity and both JV swim teams finished in the top 10 in the GISA State Championship Feb. 4. Held at the Georgia Tech Natatorium, with 297 swimmers representing 26 teams, the JV girls and boys teams both placed sixth.
  • (Eatonton Messenger)
  • No Celtic concert would be complete without favorites Danny Boy and Amazing Grace and there wasnt a dry Lets hope this Celtic Woman tradition continues in the Gator Nation for years to come.
  • (Examiner)
  • Keepin those bad ole boys outta the lagoon! Last year My friend, who had been keeping an eye out for alligators, spotted Mama Gator, while we were watching a snake bird (anhinga) catch fish and then spring from the water to dry its wings.
  • (Daily Statesman)
  • 5. Land O'Lakes: The Gator boys seem to be peaking at the right time, and their defense has been adept at shutting down the opponents most dangerous player. Land O'Lakes has won 14 straight games and is the hottest Pasco County team heading into regionals.
  • (St. Petersburg Times)
  • Having climbed on to the track he was struck by the front of the Go-Gator train and fell under the train. Despite assistance from a first aider, the young boy received a fatal head injury and other impact wounds.
  • (Daily Telegraph)
  • Shipley senior guard Chima Nwakpuda became only the sixth Gator boys basketball player to score 1,000 career points when he passed the milestone Tuesday against Academy of New Church.
  • (Main Line Media News)
  • This week, however, Jaavos Boy turned the tables on Scorpion Moon to convert a pocket Hennessey did move up his career win total to 7,999 with claiming trotter Like A Gator and a tally in the final race on the card with $7,500 Codys Honor.
  • (Standardbred Canada)
  • In the second event of the meet, the 9/10 boys medley relay of Jack Armstrong (backstroke), Colby Patterson (breaststroke), Frankie Pannell (butterfly) and Daniel Escalara (freestyle) set the tone for the day by winning the gold medal in the medley relay.
  • (Alvin Sun Advertiser)

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