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Layla Nejad

Beaumont native and University of Texas senior and honor student Layla Nejad will spend 70 days cycling 4,700 miles from Austin to Anchorage, Alaska, to raise awaren

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Chad Cooper (The Examiner sports editor)
Winners: 82-251, .366
Best Bets: 5-9, .555
Longshots (hitting the board): 10-20, .500
Top 3 picks in the $: .547

Morning Line (opening odds)
Winners: 88-251, .350
Best Bets (9/5 or lower): 10-16, .625
Top 3 picks in the $: .544

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Chad Cooper (The Examiner sports editor)
Winners: 88-242, .363
Best Bets: 5-9, .555
Longshots (hitting the board): 10-20, .500
Top 3 picks in the $: .544

Morning Line (opening odds)
Winners: 84-242, .347
Best Bets (9/5 or lower): 10-16, .625
Top 3 picks in the $: .545

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Megan Schwartz, senior defensive specialist for Lamar volleyball

Megan Schwartz, senior defensive specialist for Lamar volleyball, was one of three Southland Conference student-athletes to be selected to receive the league’s prestigious 2015 F.L. McDonald Postgraduate Scholarship.

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Jason Richards was a standout baseball player in the 90s at Bridge City High School. So good, in fact, he went on to play on the collegiate level at Rice University. Richards, who now lives in Tyler with his wife and three children, also has a good eye for quarter horses. 

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