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SunTrust to sponsor raceways’s military appreciation program


JULY 31, 10:15 A.M. – Richmond Raceway and SunTrust Banks, Inc. today announced that the financial institution would sponsor the raceway's military appreciation program for the fall NASCAR race weekend, presented by Who’s Your Driver.

The "Military Appreciation Program presented by SunTrust" will feature an opportunity for fans to visit the SunTrust “onUp on Tour” pop-up entertainment experience that inspires visitors to learn about finances through interactive, sports-based activities.
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Code Lacrosse joins Richmond Strikers


The Code Lacrosse youth program has joined the Richmond Strikers and will be rebranded as Richmond Strikers Boys Lacrosse, the two programs announced June 19.

Code Lacrosse, founded in 2010, hosts teams for boys in elementary and middle school.

Jordan Clevey will run the day-to-day operations as the director of the program, while Code Lacrosse's director, Steve Ceperich, will provide program oversight as the director of development and coaching.
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5 Henrico student-athletes win scholarships at awards dinner

Five Henrico student-athletes were among 20 from the region honored with scholarships at the Times-Dispatch/Sports Backers Scholar-Athlete Awards Dinner at The Jefferson Hotel June 5.

The program, now in its 26th year, honors local scholar-athletes for their athletic, academic and extracurricular achievements. Since the program's inception in 1992, more than $1 million in scholarship money has been awarded to 514 outstanding student-athletes from the Richmond region.
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NASCAR crew competes with fans in bagging challenge

Members of the No. 22 Shell-Pennzoil crew and local Virginia media personalities paired up at the Kroger store in Short Pump on Thursday to compete in a ‘Tailgating Cook off,’ where the No. 22 crew members barbecued burgers for customers to sample for the chance of being selected the ‘People’s Choice’ winning team.
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Hornets sign first-ever female football player

A local semi-pro football team has signed its first female player.

Henrico County native and Deep Run High School graduate Sarah Bradley successfully tried out and was selected to the team at a recent Virginia Hornets tryout.

Bradley, who was initially motivated to play football by a classmate’s suggestion, honed her technique under Collegiate High School coach Larry Jarman at the Collegiate Kicking Camp.
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RIR to host Denny Hamlin Short Track Showdown in April

Richmond International Raceway and Chesterfield, Virginia’s Denny Hamlin are joining forces to run the fourth annual Denny Hamlin Short Track Showdown to benefit the Denny Hamlin Foundation on Thursday night, April 28. The event will feature several NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers and celebrities battling it out on the ¾-mile track with some of the best local Late Model Stock Car drivers.
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Flying Squirrels seek help naming their ‘nut’

The Richmond Flying Squirrels recently announced plans for a new acorn mascot that will serve as a sidekick to Nutzy and are asking fans to vote on the name. Fans can vote online through the poll question at http://www.squirrelsbaseball.com or through the Flying Squirrels' iPhone application. Voting is open online and through the app this week, through Friday.
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Hermitage’s Grant commits to Ohio State

Linebacker is rated No. 2 prospect in the nation
Hermitage High School senior linebacker Curtis Grant – rated the No. 2 prospect in the nation – announced today that he will play for the Ohio State University.

Grant's decision ended months of speculation about where he would play collegiately and dashed the hopes of University of Virginia fans, who hoped he would select the Cavaliers. Grant had narrowed his choices to Ohio State, UVA, Florida and North Carolina.
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The Modlin Center for the Arts at the University of Richmond will present “Soil” at 7:30 p.m. in Alice Jepson Theatre. “Soil” is a dance theater trio that explores crisis in three Southeast Asian cultures through the personal narratives of Cambodian classical dancer Chey Chankethya, Thai traditional and contemporary dancer Waewdao Sirisook, and Vietnamese-American contemporary dancer Nguyen Nguyen. Conceived by Michael Sakamoto and developed in collaboration with the performers, “Soil” includes dance and incidental music by Japanese koto and guitar duo Reiko Imanishi and Shinichi Isohata. Tickets are $40. Stay after the performance for a post-show discussion with the performers. For details, call 289-8980 or visit http://www.modlin.richmond.edu. Full text

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