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Clinton Prairie Youth/Jr. High Camp starts July 17

The Clinton Prairie Youth and Junior High Football Camp will be from July 17-20 at the high school field.

Athletes entering grades 2-6 will receive instruction from 5 p.m. to 6:30 followed by grades 7 and 8 from 6:30 p.m. to 8. Cost for the camp is $35 per athlete and included a camp T-shirt.

Athletes should also bring a pair of tennis shoes in case of inclement weather.

For more information contact head coach Raymond Jones at rjones@cpsc.k12.in.us.

CP Football Blood Drive set for July 18

The Clinton Prairie High School Football Team Blood Drive will accept donors from 3 p.m. to 8 on July 18 in the Clinton Prairie High School Cafeteria.

The event is part of the larger Colts Leadership Challenge Blood Drive.

The CP football Blood Drive’s goal is to have at least 55 visits.

Those interested in donating may sign up at www.donorpoint.org and use sponsor code 4859.

Robinson hits her 1st 3-pointer in WNBA; Lynx top Fever 87-65

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Sylvia Fowles had 20 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists and Maya Moore added 19 points to help the Minnesota Lynx beat the Indiana Fever 87-65 on Wednesday.

Danielle Robinson made her first 3-pointer to end a 0-for-39 drought in her seven-year WNBA career. She finished with 15 points on 6 of 7 shooting, including 2 of 2 from behind the arc.

Minnesota (12-8) led 10-2 and never trailed. Moore hit a jumper to push the lead to 15 points before Kelsey Mitchell made three 3-pointers in an 11-0 run that trimmed Indiana’s deficit to 31-27 midway through the second quarter.

The Lynx scored 13 of the next 15 points.

Erica Wheeler led Indiana (2-18) with 12 points, six rebounds and five assists. Mitchell finished with 11 points and Natalie Achonwa 10.

Minnesota shot 51.6 percent from the field despite going 4 of 16 from 3-point range. The Lynx made 17 of 19 free throws.

Giants, Redskins make picks in NFL’s supplemental draft

NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Giants have spent a 2019 third-round draft pick on Western Michigan cornerback Sam Beal, and Washington has selected Virginia Tech cornerback Adonis Alexander in the sixth round Wednesday.

New York will surrender its third-round pick in next April’s draft in Nashville, while the Redskins give up a sixth-rounder.

Both players were ruled academically ineligible for the upcoming college football season and entered the supplemental draft.

Not selected were Mississippi State safety Brandon Bryant, Grand Valley State running back Martayveus Carter and Oregon State linebacker Bright Ugwoegbu.

Beal’s strength is in man coverage, featuring agility and good hands; some scouts projected him as a higher prospect than a third-rounder in the next draft.