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Now once again we come to that special time of the week when we look at some of the outstanding moments we've lived through the past several days. Some of them we've seen, some we haven't.
We call it the Sunday Six, and Ben Reimer of the Hastings Five Points baseball team takes us in.
Let's start with Mid–Nebraska last night and Grand National Late Model points leader Justin Gregg.
Justin makes a bold move halfway thru the race and takes the lead in the 2nd heat of the night.
From there, Justin simply pulls away for the victory as he had done so many times here.
Let's go the Pan Pacific swimming tournament and Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps definitely getting ready for London, 2012.
In this race, Michael swims the 100 Meter butterfly in a time of 50.86 seconds, fastest time of any swimmer this year, but not as fast as his own world record.
Let's go to Cleveland and a great one–handed catch. It's Ben Watson on the receving end of Jake DeLomm's pass in the back of the endzone in a rainstorm in this exhibiton game against the St. Louis Rams.
We go to Tampa and more football. Former Husker Terrance Nunn catches his first NFL Touchdown pass for the Tampa Bay Bucs against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Terrance is trying to earn a spot on the roster and this should help him.
To Kaufmann Stadium last night as the White Sox face the Royals.
Top of the 4th of game 2, Alexi Ramirez smokes one to left. None other than former Husker Alex Gordon dives to his right to make the catch.
It's a sacrifice fly, the White Sox won to split the twinbill, but Alex Gordon, the former 3rd baseman, makes a great play.
Alex's college teammate Brian Duensing once again is spectacular. Here is one of his strikeouts Friday night, as Brian pitches 8 innings in the Twins 7–1 win over the LA Angels. Brian is 7–1 and quickly becoming the ace of the AL Central leading Twins staff.
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