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Falcons fall to Tigers in OT, 68-58

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New London’s Grant Swanson (12) blocks a shot by West Burlington’s Dayton Johnson (13) Friday night in West Burlington. New London defeated West Burlington, 68-58.
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West Burlington’s Tanner Snodgrass (0) looks to the basket between New London’s Koby McBeth (5) and Alex Dentlinger (15) Friday night in West Burlington. New London defeated West Burlington, 68-58.
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West Burlington’s Jonah Marlow (10) shoots around New London’s Jalen Birdsill (20) Friday night in West Burlington. New London defeated West Burlington, 68-58.
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New London’s Issac McSorley (11) shoots around West Burlington’s Dayton Johnson (13) Friday night in West Burlington. New London defeated West Burlington, 68-58.
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New London’s Koby McBeth shoots between West Burlington’s Colton Sherwood (left) and Taylor Martin (right) Friday night in West Burlington. New London defeated West Burlington, 68-58.
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West Burlington’s Landen Greer (55) shoots over New London’s Grant Swanson (12) Friday night in West Burlington. New London defeated West Burlington, 68-58.
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West Burlington’s Colton Sherwood (3) shoots a three against New London Friday night in West Burlington. New London defeated West Burlington, 68-58.
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New London’s Keontae Luckett (23) looks to the basket against West Burlington Friday night in West Burlington. New London defeated West Burlington, 68-58.
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West Burlington’s Dayton Johnson (13) shoots a three against New London Friday night in West Burlington. New London defeated West Burlington, 68-58.

Falcons in the Pink for Cancer Fight

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West Burlington Girls’ Basketball team wears pink uniforms in support of their fight against cancer during Friday’s game with New London. The team raised $1,400 with t-shirt sales, silent auction, and paper airplane throws. All proceeds will be donated to local charities in their fight against cancer.
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West Burlington Fans wear pink in support of fundraising efforts in the fight against cancer Friday night in West Burlington.
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West Burlington Fans try to land paper airplanes in a trash can as a fundraiser in the fight against cancer Friday night in West Burlington.

Falcons maul Tigers, 88-27

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West Burlington’s Alexis Davis (left) is fouled going to the basket by New London’s Savannah Sutherland (2) Friday night in West Burlington. West Burlington defeated New London, 88-27.
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West Burlington’s Illiyah Moore (left) shoots in front of New London’s Layney Loyd (12) Friday night in West Burlington. West Burlington defeated New London, 88-27.
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West Burlington’s Jerri Price (11) and Kyla Johnston (13) go up to grab a rebound against New London Friday night in West Burlington. West Burlington defeated New London, 88-27.
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West Burlington’s Savannah Swanson (24) looks to the basket against New London Friday night in West Burlington. West Burlington defeated New London, 88-27.
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West Burlington’s Jerri Price (11) tries to shoot around New London’s Kristen Rohdy (left) Friday night in West Burlington. West Burlington defeated New London, 88-27.
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West Burlington’s Annaka Harris (left) drives by New London’s Marah Hartick (5) Friday night in West Burlington. West Burlington defeated New London, 88-27.
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West Burlington’s Sydney Marlow (right) shoots around New London’s Hayley Krieger (left) Friday night in West Burlington. West Burlington defeated New London, 88-27.
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West Burlington’s Sydney Marlow (10) shoots against New London Friday night in West Burlington. West Burlington defeated New London, 88-27.
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West Burlington’s Kyla Johnston goes to the basket against New London Friday night in West Burlington. West Burlington defeated New London, 88-27.
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West Burlington’s Sydney Marlow (10) collides with New London’s Sydni Coleman (14) Friday night in West Burlington. West Burlington defeated New London, 88-27.
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West Burlington’s Sydney Marlow passes the ball around New London’s Alexa Wenger (left) to her teammate Alexis Davis (14) Friday night in West Burlington. West Burlington defeated New London, 88-27.
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West Burlington’s Annaka Harris (2) looks to shoot around New London’s Layney Loyd (12) Friday night in West Burlington. West Burlington defeated New London, 88-27.
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West Burlington Teammates discuss strategy with Head Coach John Vandenberg Friday night in West Burlington. West Burlington defeated New London, 88-27.
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West Burlington’s Kyla Johnston (13) shoots over New London’s Kara Krieger (23) Friday night in West Burlington. West Burlington defeated New London, 88-27.
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New London’s Alexa Wenger (24) fights for a rebound against West Burlington Friday night in West Burlington. West Burlington defeated New London, 88-27.

Bettendorf tops Grayhounds, 118-52

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Grayhound Josef Krieger-Coen competes in the 500-yard freestyle race against Bettendorf Thursday night in Burlington. Bettendorf defeated the Grayhounds, 118-52.
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Grayhound Will Godar swims in the 400-yard freestyle relay against Bettendorf Thursday night in Burlington. Bettendorf defeated the Grayhounds, 118-52.
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Grayhound Landon Duerre swims in the 400-yard freestyle relay against Bettendorf Thursday night in Burlington. Bettendorf defeated the Grayhounds, 118-52.

SHOCK REPORT: How the Communist Chinese infiltrated U.S. Classrooms including University of IOWA

Click here: “The Confucius Institute is an appealing brand for expanding our culture abroad,” Li Changchun, a standing member of the Communist Politburo in Beijing said in a 2011 speech, “It has made an important contribution toward improving our soft power. The ‘Confucius’ brand has a natural attractiveness. Using the excuse of teaching Chinese language, everything looks reasonable and logical.” Confucius Institutes have sprouted up at more than 500 college campuses worldwide, with more than 100 of them in the United States—including at The George Washington University, the University of Michigan and the University of IOWA.

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