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Local Pizza: Who Are the Winners and Losers?

June 14, 2019 by

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The small town of Fleetwood delivers some good soccer, a tight-knit community, and some pretty good pizza around town. The Tiger Times set out to try a regular cheese slice at each pizza joint in Fleetwood and determine which place offers the best tasting slice. McKenah Rapposelli and Sam Schappell tried a piece from each […]

Virginia Takes Home March Madness Win

June 11, 2019 by

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After unforgettable moments, March Madness concluded with Virginia defeating Texas Tech. When March Madness started mid-April, Zion Williamson and the Duke Blue Devils were favorites to take home the title. In the first round, Duke blew by sixteen-seed North Dakota State by 23. Murray State’s Ja Morant had social media blowing up about his first […]

Rob Gronkowski Inducted into Hall of Fame

May 29, 2019 by

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After nine seasons of dominating defenses, Rob Gronkowski decided it is time to hang up the cleats. Not only is Rob Gronkowski a Hall of Famer for how he played on the field, but he is also remembered by his wild actions outside of sports. Clips of Gronk have surfaced the web of him dancing […]

The Fifty States from Worst to Best: Part Two

April 29, 2019 by

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In a previous article, The Tiger Times began its state rankings with states 50-26.  Here is the finale, states 25-1. Using criteria such as location, climate, culture, cities, diversity, and much more, we formed a list ranking the fifty states. Here are the top twenty-five states in the American union. 25. Kentucky–With big college towns […]

The Fifty States from Worst to Best: Part One

April 4, 2019 by

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Ever wonder which states rank among the top (and bottom) in the nation? The Tiger Times has you covered with an entirely uncalled-for, unprofessional ranking of the Fifty United States, from worst to best. Location, culture, cities, diversity, climate, and numerous other factors were taken into consideration in these rankings. This installment will include states […]

Fleetwood Hockey Starts Strong, Ends with a Loss

February 21, 2019 by

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Last season, Fleetwood combined with Oley Valley’s and Muhlenberg’s ice hockey teams, but this season, they entered without Muhlenberg. Fleetwood started off slow in their first game, putting up a rough showing against the Schuylkill Valley team, losing 8-3. The team didn’t take long to bounce back. They came out strong in their next meeting […]

January Kicks Off NFL Playoffs

January 31, 2019 by

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Wild Card weekend kicked off on 5 January with the Colts easily defeating the Texans 21-7 and then the Cowboys defeating the Seahawks 24-22; this was the only non-Wild Card team to win on Wild Card weekend. On Sunday, the Chargers and Ravens battled it out first, with the Chargers holding on to win 23-17. […]