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Gritty UNC women’s lacrosse making familiar trip to Final Four

For UNC’s women’s lacrosse team, making the Final Four has become the standard and the expectation, and Final Four trips are nearly an annual certainty. The Tar Heels, who play against Penn State on Friday in a national semifinal, are in the Final Four for the sixth time in the past eight years.

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Athens Drive's Erika Snyder does a YOLO move in their soccer game

VIDEO: Watch a timelapse as Athens Drive senior Erika Snyder got creative, and does a "YOLO" move (“you only live once”) during their 4-1 loss to Middle Creek in the N.C. High School Athletic Association 4A East final Tuesday, May 24, 2016. Snyder took a free kick and caught the ball with her shirt. She then ran with it down the sideline as Middle Creek players gave chase. Snyder got within a few yards of the goal before the ball fell out. NO AUDIO
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Athens Drive's Erika Snyder does a YOLO move in their soccer game 00:05

Athens Drive's Erika Snyder does a YOLO move in their soccer game

Duke football walk-on gets word of full scholarship 02:16

Duke football walk-on gets word of full scholarship

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