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Every week I try to think of a new and interesting way to introduce the Sunday Six and this week I got nothing so here it is the ABC seamless siding Sunday 6.
To kick it off the six if you were watching last night you already know Charles Richardson the third is going to drain this money ball shot to win the whoopers and hoopers three point competition and I think he might change his name to just Charles Richardson the three.
In at number five Lucas Kasson shows white men can jump making Woody Harrelson proud because he can hear Jimmy.
In at number four is Taylor Terraras from Louisiana Tech hitting a ball farther than Ed littler has ever seen one hit at haymarket clearing the building and a whole lot of other things in the first inning of yesterday's game.
But Nebraska's Josh Scheffert whoa whoa whoa this is my park and I will be the one hitting tape measure jobs as he too makes a deposit somewhere over the building in left as NU won the game 11-4.
At two we head back to whoopers and hoopers Mark Wilkens with the winning dunk...I remember when I used to do that on an eight and a half foot hoop back when I was 15 okay so maybe it was just like that.
And in at number one it's former Tri-City Storm Player Jaden Schwartz scoring a goal in his first game with the St. Louis Blues knocking in the back of the net in the last minute of the first period to give the blues a 2-0 lead. Congratulations, Jaden, hopefully, it's the first of many in the league.
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