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St. John Vianney Catholic School Kids Get Heartwarming Letter From A Rival School’s Parent After Showing Great Sportsmanship

The boys from the St. John Vianney Catholic School 5/6th Grand Boys' Soccer team received a some heartwarming accolades from the mother of one of the boys on their competitions' team after showing an great act of sportsmanship at a game recently. The woman who wrote the letter, Karen DeVries, is the mother of a young boy named Charlie who attends Grand Rapids Christian Middle School and has Down Syndrome. Her son took part in a game against St. John Vianney, and the outpouring of support from the St. John Vianney team for her son prompted DeVries to write the letter. See what she had to say after the jump!

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Thorsten Wagner, Getty Images
Thorsten Wagner, Getty Images
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U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Loses World Cup Final To Japan

After a long World Cup run, the U.S. Women's Soccer Team fell short of a third World Cup title losing to Japan this afternoon.

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Scott Heavey, Getty Images
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U.S. Women Advance To World Cup Finals

The U.S. Women's Soccer Team beat France 3-1 today to advance to the World Cup finals for the first time in 12 years. 

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USA advances to semi-finals at the FIFA Women's World Cup 2011!
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USA Women’s Soccer Team Advances To World Cup Semi-Final! [VIDEO]

Impressive legs, HeatherGo Team USA!!

Over the weekend, the USA Women's World Cup Soccer team advanced to the semi-finals following a nail biting overtime victory over Brazil that you have to see for yourself!!

Team USA has a couple of days to practice and rest-up for Wednesday's match against France. 

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Stephen Dunn, Getty Images
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Portage’s Lindsay Tarpley Misses World Cup With Injury

Today the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team advanced to the quarterfinals of the World Cup despite losing to Sweden 2-1.  Their next game will be on Sunday at 11:00am against Brazil.

2002 Portage Central graduate Lindsay Tarpley, one of Team USA's best players, has been forced to watch the entire tournament from home following a heartbreaking injury.

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Qrodo Photos, Flickr
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West Michigan High Schools Win State Championships

For the third straight weekend West Michigan high schools have won state multiple state championships!

Rockford won the Division 1 baseball championship 5-4.

Mattawan won the Division 1 softball championship 12-0. Senior Lauren Gevaart threw a no-hitter.  What a way to finish off your senior year!

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