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Jacksonville Daily Progress
NJCAA Women's Golf Championship: Lady Jaguars continue to find going tough
MESA, Ariz — For the second-consecutive the Jacksonville College women's golf team found the competition at the NJCAA Women's Golf Championship to be formidable, The Lady Jags stood in 15th place after play on Day 2. The JC women were at 804 (395-409), with Redlands Community College and Daytona State College being tied at the top at 608. After checking in at T30 following opening-round play, JC's Molly Franks carded an 87 Tuesday to drop to T37 in the individual standings. Franks is at 170. Sarah Schober of Redlands continues to sit atop the leader board (68-74 — 142). Lady Jag Sydney Cash (96-99 — 195) was tied for 90th place after Day 2. Other Lady Jags competing were, Katie Lamond (T100), Megan Moore (111) and Lauren Hull (112). Lady Jag golf is coached by T. Lynn Nabi.
Youth Football: J'ville Jaguars to kick off registration Saturday
The Jacksonville Jaguars youth football and cheerleading will begin registration on Saturday (9 a.m. - 2 p.m.) at the Stacy Hunter Recreation Center. On June 1 ( 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.) registrations will be conducted at Southside Bank and on June 15 sign ups will be taken at the Stacy Hunter Recreation (9 a.m.- 2 p.m.) once again. Jaguar football and cheerleading is open to boys and girls ages 5-12. Registrations may also be done on line (www.leaguelineup.com/jacksonville_jaguars/. For more information phone 903-372-6919.
Dallas get stronger defensively with signing of Webb
IRVING — According to a report by ESPNDallas.com, the Dallas Cowboys inked B. W. Webb, a fourth-round draft pick this year, on Tuesday. The deal was reported to be worth $2.503 million. Webb is projected to play slot and cornerback. The former William & Mary University star picked off 11 passes last season. Dallas has now signed three of their seven draft choices.
Ex-Cowboy Jones joins rival Philly Eagles
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Philadelphia Eagles made an attempt at a low-risk acquisition of a onetime high draft pick by signing ex-Dallas Cowboys running back Felix Jones to a one-year contract Tuesday.
"I was just really trying to see what's out there," the 26-year-old Jones said.
Jones has averaged 4.8 yards per carry during his five pro seasons. But his average dropped to a career-low 3.6 yards last season. In his career, he has missed games with ankle and shoulder injuries and also has been questionable with hamstring and hip injuries.
"Injuries do play a big factor, but I can't dwell on that," said Jones.
Texas Rangers News: Lewis hits a bump on rehab road
OAKLAND, Calif. — Texas Rangers right-hander Colby Lewis has been diagnosed with a non-serious triceps tendinitis condition and has had his rehabilitation assignment that was scheduled for earlier this week pushed back for a week, a team spokesman said Monday night.