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It’s a shame Tuesday night’s sports news cycle was dominated by an all-time terrible college football game, and we stand accountable for letting this pretty neat bit of news fall through the cracks. Over 40 active and retired American soccer players visited Newtown, Conn. to play soccer with the kids in town.
The Newtown High School Girls Basketball Team Won By 20 In The Town’s First School Sporting Event Since Tragedy
Some uplifting news has come out of Newtown, Conn. tonight, where its citizens are doing everything they can to restore any type of normalcy to their daily lives. The Newtown High Nighthawks girls basketball team played against the Masuk Panthers Wednesday night, winning the contest in front of a sparse crowd, 64-44.
On the whole, the sports world has been incredibly classy and tasteful in its assorted tributes to the victims of the tragedy in Newtown, Conn. Adding his own personal memorial tonight on Monday Night Football was Titans running back Chris Johnson, who wrote the name of each victim on his cleats.
The Miami Heat held a moment of silence Saturday night before their game against the Washington Wizards, paying tribute to those lost in the tragedy in Newtown, CT, Friday. Touchingly, those players were joined by their children for the moment.