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Today's Sports

  • Non-profit, Heisman winner team...

    American Forces Press Service

    Service members, veterans, and military families across the country will have the opportunity to gain insight into life after combat through a series of seminars and appreciation dinners, thanks to a Texas-based troop-support organization.

    United We Serve is teaming with football legend Herschel Walker and therapist Jerry Mungadze to offer “Managing Life After Combat.” The seminar will take place May 25 in Killeen, Texas, and registration with United We Serve is required.

  • NBA playoffs? Lakers predicted...

    By CATRINA FRANCIS

    Turret Staff Writer

    catrina.francis@us.army.mil

    At the risk of sounding like a commercial, the NBA is fantastic!

    Sorry, Larry and John, but this is what it’s all about—the NBA playoffs.

    Now that the first round has been dispensed and all of the pretenders have gone fishing, it’s time for the remaining eight teams to start playing for that ultimate goal—the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy.

  • Isom would’ve been...

    By JOHN NEVILLE

    Turret Sports Editor

    john.neville@us.army.mil

    The USAARMC’s two runs in the first inning in Tuesday night’s opening softball game against USAREC was modest, but not something to be ashamed of.

    Unfortunately for USAARMC, USAREC scored 14—in the first inning—on its way to a 31-11 romp at Kilianski Sport Complex.

  • Recruiting Command posts...

    By JOHN NEVILLE

    Turret Sports Editor

    john.neville@us.army.mil

    The U.S. Army Recruiting Command softball team began its season Tuesday night at Fort Knox’s Kilianski Sport Complex, but one veteran player was noticeably absent.

    Frank Isom, the team’s player-coach for six seasons, died from kidney renal failure last December.