Catherine Turner, 16, of Franklin County, Va., waits to throw t-shirts to spectators during the Salem Red Sox game against the Myrtle Beach Pelicans. Turner was part of the Red Sox "Diamond Crew."

Catherine Turner, 16, of Franklin County, Va., waits to throw t-shirts to spectators during the Salem Red Sox game against the Myrtle Beach Pelicans. Turner was part of the Red Sox "Diamond Crew."

 Danny Fleet, 16, of Connecticut, performs flips and twists on the trampoline during the American MusicFest in Harrisburg, Pa. Fleet was a member of the New England Trampoline Show Company, and performed three shows at the event in downtown Harrisburg.

Danny Fleet, 16, of Connecticut, performs flips and twists on the trampoline during the American MusicFest in Harrisburg, Pa. Fleet was a member of the New England Trampoline Show Company, and performed three shows at the event in downtown Harrisburg.

 Blue, purple, yellow and orange color packets are thrown up into the air, covering participants in a sea of "food grade cornstarch," according to thecolorrun.com, at the end of The Color Run. The race start and finish took place at the Roanoke Civic Center in Roanoke, Va.

Blue, purple, yellow and orange color packets are thrown up into the air, covering participants in a sea of "food grade cornstarch," according to thecolorrun.com, at the end of The Color Run. The race start and finish took place at the Roanoke Civic Center in Roanoke, Va.

 North Cross School junior Kennedy Nwabia bumps into Blue Ridge School senior Tate Coley during the first round of the VIC boys soccer playoffs at North Cross School in Roanoke County, Va. North Cross won 1-0.

North Cross School junior Kennedy Nwabia bumps into Blue Ridge School senior Tate Coley during the first round of the VIC boys soccer playoffs at North Cross School in Roanoke County, Va. North Cross won 1-0.

 Jefferson Forest Cavalier teammates celebrate after winning the Region III semifinals against the Lord Botetourt Cavaliers at William Byrd High School in Roanoke, Va.  Jefferson won 2-1 after double overtime and penalty kicks.

Jefferson Forest Cavalier teammates celebrate after winning the Region III semifinals against the Lord Botetourt Cavaliers at William Byrd High School in Roanoke, Va.  Jefferson won 2-1 after double overtime and penalty kicks.

 Western Kentucky University senior forward Steffphon Pettigrew lays up the ball during the first half of Western's game against Louisiana-Monroe. Western won 81-61.   

Western Kentucky University senior forward Steffphon Pettigrew lays up the ball during the first half of Western's game against Louisiana-Monroe. Western won 81-61.

 

 VMI redshirt sophomore linebacker Weston Reber of Huntersville, N.C. chats with the team's water boy, Jacob Campbell, 7, of Lexington, Va., while the team seeks shelter at Alumni Memorial Field during a lightning delay.

VMI redshirt sophomore linebacker Weston Reber of Huntersville, N.C. chats with the team's water boy, Jacob Campbell, 7, of Lexington, Va., while the team seeks shelter at Alumni Memorial Field during a lightning delay.

 William Fleming High School basketball players get a drink during a team practice in Roanoke, Va.

William Fleming High School basketball players get a drink during a team practice in Roanoke, Va.

 North Cross School players rest after missing a goal attempt during their game against Blue Ridge School. North Cross won 1-0.

North Cross School players rest after missing a goal attempt during their game against Blue Ridge School. North Cross won 1-0.

 Roanoke Lion Football Club fitness coach Caesar Kamandala holds up his fist in celebration as he hugs head coach Mohamud Mahdi after their team scores a point against Tennessee Bantu Star during the Refugee Cup Championship Games at William Fleming High School in Roanoke, Va. The Lions beat Tennessee 10-1 and won the Championship.

Roanoke Lion Football Club fitness coach Caesar Kamandala holds up his fist in celebration as he hugs head coach Mohamud Mahdi after their team scores a point against Tennessee Bantu Star during the Refugee Cup Championship Games at William Fleming High School in Roanoke, Va. The Lions beat Tennessee 10-1 and won the Championship.

 Catherine Turner, 16, of Franklin County, Va., waits to throw t-shirts to spectators during the Salem Red Sox game against the Myrtle Beach Pelicans. Turner was part of the Red Sox "Diamond Crew."
 Danny Fleet, 16, of Connecticut, performs flips and twists on the trampoline during the American MusicFest in Harrisburg, Pa. Fleet was a member of the New England Trampoline Show Company, and performed three shows at the event in downtown Harrisburg.
 Blue, purple, yellow and orange color packets are thrown up into the air, covering participants in a sea of "food grade cornstarch," according to thecolorrun.com, at the end of The Color Run. The race start and finish took place at the Roanoke Civic Center in Roanoke, Va.
 North Cross School junior Kennedy Nwabia bumps into Blue Ridge School senior Tate Coley during the first round of the VIC boys soccer playoffs at North Cross School in Roanoke County, Va. North Cross won 1-0.
 Jefferson Forest Cavalier teammates celebrate after winning the Region III semifinals against the Lord Botetourt Cavaliers at William Byrd High School in Roanoke, Va.  Jefferson won 2-1 after double overtime and penalty kicks.
 Western Kentucky University senior forward Steffphon Pettigrew lays up the ball during the first half of Western's game against Louisiana-Monroe. Western won 81-61.   
 VMI redshirt sophomore linebacker Weston Reber of Huntersville, N.C. chats with the team's water boy, Jacob Campbell, 7, of Lexington, Va., while the team seeks shelter at Alumni Memorial Field during a lightning delay.
 William Fleming High School basketball players get a drink during a team practice in Roanoke, Va.
 North Cross School players rest after missing a goal attempt during their game against Blue Ridge School. North Cross won 1-0.
 Roanoke Lion Football Club fitness coach Caesar Kamandala holds up his fist in celebration as he hugs head coach Mohamud Mahdi after their team scores a point against Tennessee Bantu Star during the Refugee Cup Championship Games at William Fleming High School in Roanoke, Va. The Lions beat Tennessee 10-1 and won the Championship.

Catherine Turner, 16, of Franklin County, Va., waits to throw t-shirts to spectators during the Salem Red Sox game against the Myrtle Beach Pelicans. Turner was part of the Red Sox "Diamond Crew."

Danny Fleet, 16, of Connecticut, performs flips and twists on the trampoline during the American MusicFest in Harrisburg, Pa. Fleet was a member of the New England Trampoline Show Company, and performed three shows at the event in downtown Harrisburg.

Blue, purple, yellow and orange color packets are thrown up into the air, covering participants in a sea of "food grade cornstarch," according to thecolorrun.com, at the end of The Color Run. The race start and finish took place at the Roanoke Civic Center in Roanoke, Va.

North Cross School junior Kennedy Nwabia bumps into Blue Ridge School senior Tate Coley during the first round of the VIC boys soccer playoffs at North Cross School in Roanoke County, Va. North Cross won 1-0.

Jefferson Forest Cavalier teammates celebrate after winning the Region III semifinals against the Lord Botetourt Cavaliers at William Byrd High School in Roanoke, Va.  Jefferson won 2-1 after double overtime and penalty kicks.

Western Kentucky University senior forward Steffphon Pettigrew lays up the ball during the first half of Western's game against Louisiana-Monroe. Western won 81-61.

 

VMI redshirt sophomore linebacker Weston Reber of Huntersville, N.C. chats with the team's water boy, Jacob Campbell, 7, of Lexington, Va., while the team seeks shelter at Alumni Memorial Field during a lightning delay.

William Fleming High School basketball players get a drink during a team practice in Roanoke, Va.

North Cross School players rest after missing a goal attempt during their game against Blue Ridge School. North Cross won 1-0.

Roanoke Lion Football Club fitness coach Caesar Kamandala holds up his fist in celebration as he hugs head coach Mohamud Mahdi after their team scores a point against Tennessee Bantu Star during the Refugee Cup Championship Games at William Fleming High School in Roanoke, Va. The Lions beat Tennessee 10-1 and won the Championship.

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