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1. Town Of Smithers Council Minutes, November 22, 2000
Public Present M. Moore, T. Bobb, B. Hofsink, I. Meier, L. deWit, C. Northrup, and R. Logan. Mayor and representatives from B.V. Soccer and B

2. Mesa Legend - ARCHIVES - Vol. 38, Issue 2
MCC Soccer Women look to dominate in 2000 sophomores, Kori Moore and Heather Bobb, have changed positions in order to improve the team. Moore

3. Coral Springs Men's Soccer League - Fall 2003
1 Haiti United Vasco 18 Paul Mcfarlane 2 Wendell Moore 21 Frankie Bobb 9 Clinton Coutain 11 Andre Leon 20 Mike Vujisic

4. Men's Tennis Falls In Season Opener Rebels Downed 6-1 At USC.
Cross Country. Football. Men's Golf. Women's Golf. Men's Soccer. Women's Soccer. Softball. Men's Swimming Damu Bobb (UNLV) 63, 6-0

5. Colorado 40, Iowa State 27
CU 2Minardi, John, 3A-Moore, Marcus, 3-Flores, Jeremy, 4A-Strickland, Don, 4-Pesavento, Bobb, 5-Hollowell, Roma, 6B-Allis, Karl, 6-Nemeth

6. 10x8 Billy Bonds West Ham Bobby Moore Fulham Photo
Shop Fan Apparel Souvenirs SoccerOther 10x8 Billy Bonds West Ham Bobby Moore Fulham burlly moofe bobbyy woust lly wist bobb bond bents

7. Bobby Moore Pele Exchange Shirts Pic Signed
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8. 2003-2004 MBK Media Guide.pmd
During his tenure at UNCG, Bobb has also served on various NCAA committees. Most recently, Bobb served on the Division I Men.s Soccer National

9. 2003-04 WBB Media Guide.pmd
During his tenure at UNCG, Bobb has also served on various NCAA committees. Most recently, Bobb served on the Division I Men.s Soccer National

10. BigSoccer Boards - Where Bruce Arena Is This Evening 2/28[R]
Grenada Guyana K Baptiste M Hendricks A Modeste O Gilgeous P Modeste H Lowe S Joseph O Bobb D Rennie W Moore N Bishop D Archer K

11. Mesa Legend - ARCHIVES - Vol. 38, Issue 2
As women’s soccer begins its fifth season at MCC, the TBirds will attempt to Two of MCC’s key sophomores, Kori moore and Heather bobb, have changed
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MCC Soccer:
Women look to dominate in 2000
Submitted September 19, 2000
As women’s soccer begins its fifth season at MCC, the T-Birds will attempt to continue their dominance of the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference under 1999 Coach of the Year Danny Sanchez. Jim Allen/MESA LEGEND MCC goaltender Deb Daley has shutout opponents in four of five games. Last season, MCC was ranked first in the nation for more than a month and finished with a 20-2 record. Their season ended in Utah at the District A playoffs where they lost 2-1 in overtime against Dixie College. Sanchez, who has led the women to the district playoffs in three of their first four seasons, believes the 2000 squad has a chance to be one of his best. “We have an extremely deep team this year,” said Sanchez, who is 69-11-3 during his tenure. “In the past, we sometimes had a let-down when we went to our substitutes. But with this team I think we will get a lift from the bench.

12. Cedar Springs Presbyterian Church-Take Note May 15, 2005
Andrew bobb (sonin-law of TM and Susie moore) This is our 17th year ofteaching soccer and sharing the love of Jesus Christ, providing an opportunity

13. The Legends Of Soccer Austin Ahh - The Sun Nature Legend S EMail
The Legends of soccer Austin. Ahh The Sun, Nature Robin bobb, Bill Gradante,Terry moore, James Taylor. Ben Bollinger, Derek Greene, Jorge Morales
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14. 40 Under 40 Winners Shine In Valley Communities - 2002-04-01 - The Business Jour
St. Thomas moore Society board of directors. bobb Cooper. Age 38 BusinessValley Youth Theatre Received a scholarship to play college soccer.
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15. Women's Soccer
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Ackerman, Michelle Louise
Adams, Terri Jill Alger, Shannon M. Alyn, Lacy Allen Arrowood, Dana Aruta, Liz Baker, Danica Dawn Baird, Julie Anne Baker, Danica Dawn Barrett, Jill Christina Barrett, Megan Beachum, Dacia Shantrese Beachum, Deven Deneen Beauchamp, Kelly May Bell, Kristen Leigh Bernard, Heather Leann Blake, Nicole Bobb, Teresa Ericsson Boythe, Melissa Ennis Bridgewater, Heather Monteil Buck, Kelly Hobbs Bullard, Amy Carolyn Bullington, Katie Smoak

16. 1995 All-Met Boys Soccer Team
Last year s National soccer Coaches Association Coach of the Year has careerrecord of MF, Travis bobb, Grace Brethren MF, Tad Gean, Grace Brethren
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1995 All-Met Boys Soccer Team
Thursday, November 23, 1995 PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Joshua Anderson

Senior forward had 15 goals and 18 assists for the Bethesda school this year. Repeat All-met is member of under-20 national team and formerly played for under-18 national team. Parade all-America. COACH OF THE YEAR
Bill Stara

Led Ellicott City school to 17-0 record, Maryland 3A state championship and No. 1 ranking in Washington area.
Last year's National Soccer Coaches Association Coach of the Year has career record of 195-20-10. FIRST TEAM
Joshua Anderson

Position: Forward
Whitman Senior Repeat All-Met. Scored or assisted on all 13 team playoff goals. Willy Bityeki Forward Magruder Senior Had 13 goals and six assists. George Gee Forward Kennedy Senior Had 20 goals for Maryland 3A West Region finalists. Chris McSweeney Forward Gonzaga Senior Had 20 goals and 10 assists for WCAC regular season champions. Matt Stephensen Forward Centennial Junior Had 12 goals, eight assists for 17-0 Maryland 3A champions.

17. 1992-93 All-Met Boys Indoor Track And Field Team
DeSean moore Forestville Junior Area s best time in 55 meters of 6.25. SPRINTS Montez Anderson, St. Stephen s/St. Agnes; David bobb, High Point;
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1992-93 All-Met Boys
Indoor Track and Field Team
Thursday, March 25, 1993 ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
Carlos Samuels

T.C. Williams
Virginia AAA state champion in 500 meters. Area best times in 300 of 33.83, the fourth-best all-time by a high school athlete), and 500 (1:04.1) COACH OF THE YEAR
Troy Shockman

In his first season at the Lanham school, led Tigers to Maryland regional championship and its first Class 3A state championship. FIRST TEAM
Jim Colling

Chantilly Junior Virginia state champion in 1,600. Area best times in the 1,600 meters (4:18.15) and the 3,200 (9:34.2) Franco Fox West Potomac Senior Area's best triple jump (45-7 1/2); third in Virginia AAA state 55-meter hurdles (best of 7.5) Sam Gabremariam T.C. Williams Junior Repeat All-Met. Second in Virginia AAA state 3,200 meters. Best of 4:23 in 1,600. Won Delaware Invitational 1,600. Jamaal Dixon-Hawkins Old Mill Senior Helped team to its fifth Maryland Class 4A state championship by winning shot put with area best of 54-8. Won Virginia Tech Invitational Doug Haynesworth Potomac (Va.)

18. Untitled Document
Drew bobb of Paint Valley and Brice Redman of Westfall are the lineman and backof the year, Wade Bartholomew, David Jones, David moore, Josh Stires
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Basketball - Boys
Bobb, Redman top SVC gridders
Drew Bobb of Paint Valley and Brice Redman of Westfall are the lineman and back of the year, respectively, on the Scioto Valley Conference 2003-04 all-league football team. Bobb, a 6-5, 240-pound senior who played both ways for the unbeaten Bearcats at tight end and linebacker, also was named kicker of the year by the league's coaches. Paint Valley's Pete Hollon, who guided the Bearcats to their seventh gold football for an undefeated league season, is the league's coach of the year. Redman a 5-9, 159-pound senior is one of five players to repeat from the 2002-03 squad. The leading rusher among league running backs, Redman broke school career and single season rushing records this season. Also earning back-to-back all-league honors are Westfall's Mike Angles, Paint Valley's Zac McFadden, Huntington's John Eldridge and Jeromy Detty of Southeastern.

19. Untitled Document
Taylor bobb, Paint Valley, 124.25. High jump 1. Rachael moore, Waverly,4-2. Pole vault 1. A. Menakeim, Huntington, 6-9; 2.
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Girls junior high track Unioto girls SVC junior high champs Jodi Finchum and Lauren White won two events each to lead Unioto to a Scioto Valley Conference girls junior high track and field championship Wednesday evening at Piketon High School. Finchum meet medalist with 28 points won the 200-meter hurdles and 200-meter dash while White captured the long jump and 100-meter hurdles. They were the meet's only double winners as Unioto outscored runnerup Huntington 131-89. Team scoring: Unioto 131; Huntington 89; Adena 58; Westfall 54.50; Zane Trace 43; Paint Valley 34.50; Southeastern 24. Medalist: Jodi Finchum, Unioto, 28 points (1st, 200-meter hurdles; 1st, 200; 2nd, 100).

20. Trinity Western University - Athletics
In the statistically challenged sport of soccer it is often easy to overlook those Amy bobb (UBC) Lindsay Rohla (TWU) Kara Krajewski (Lethbridge)

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