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Training to Prevent Football Injuries

Lon Pinhey - Athletic Trainer St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea St. Joe's Sports Medicine from JTV Studios on Vimeo. Lon Pinhey, Athletic Trainer with St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea Sports Medicine discusses the latest methods and treatment of football related injuries, along with proper training techniques.  Pinhey appeared on JTV Sports coverage of Manchester vs Grass Lake with JTV's Josh Burgett and Joel Frehling.

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Tuesday, September 20

Troy White, City of Jackson, DIG Jackson Update;  Randall Locke & Elizabeth Snell, Jackson College Student Veteran’s Services;  Dave ‘Inch’ Kasprzycki, Hankerd Hills Golf Course Owner, Inducted into Jackson Golf Hall of Fame;  Gary Jones, Park Manager, Waterloo Recreation Area;  Jordan Lawe, Big Brothers Big Sisters, with ‘Little’, Alex  

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New Veterans Center at Jackson College to Hold Open House

Jackson College will host an Open House for veterans in the Veterans Resource Center, Room 235, Bert Walker Hall on Central Campus from 4-6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 22. Current and future veterans students may learn about benefits, services available, the Student Veterans of America group and more. Meet Veterans Affairs Certifying Official Elizabeth Snell and the new Veterans Resource Representative Randall Locke. Refreshments available. Jackson College’s student veterans services are designed to help veterans transition from military to college life and connect with available benefits and resources. Learn more at this free event.

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Lumen Christi Football

Bell scores four TDs, defense shines as Lumen roars past Northwest 33-0

By Mike Moore Staff Writer   Jackson — The defense had its most-complete effort of the season.   Bo Bell handled the rest on the offensive side of things, and in a game the Lumen Christi football team absolutely had to have, well, the Titans did.   Bell scored four touchdowns Friday night and the Titans defensive group pitched its first shutout since the opening week of the 2014 season as the guys in green and gold rolled past Northwest 33-0 on the road.   “Most complete game we’ve played all year long,” coach Herb Brogan said after. “We played more physical, and for the first time all year, we showed pressure on the passer.”   Northwest had one of its best drives on the night on the opening possession of the game, but eventually stalled out and turned the ball over on downs.   Four plays later, Bell had covered 47 yards and scored on a 3-yard run.   On the Titans next drive, Bell carried the ball eight times for 65 yards, capping the sequence with a 14-yard score and 14-0 lead after the first.   The Titans best drive of the opening half came near the end,…

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