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Bobby Riddle found dead at home - Farmington Daily Times
FARMINGTON — All across Farmington people are mourning the loss of a friend. Bobby Riddle, 19, was found dead at his family home Tuesday afternoon.
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Bobby Riddle dies at home [5:30 p.m.] - Farmington Daily Times
FARMINGTON - Bobby Riddle, 19, was found dead Tuesday afternoon.A friend of the family found Riddle unresponsive in his bed at about 2:45 p.
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Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Robert,Riddle
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Blood Out (2011) | DVDRip ~ 300MB Movies
Also Known As: - Release Date: 26 April 2011 (USA) Video Quality: DVDRip Country: USA Language: English Runtime: 90 min Director: Jason Hewitt Production Co: Films In Motion, Voodoo Production Services Movie Info: IMDb Cast: Luke Goss, Val Kilmer, 50 Cent, Vinnie Jones, Tamer Hassan, AnnaLynne McCord, Ed Quinn, Ryan Donowho, Stephanie Honore, Sam Medina, Shaun Grant, Bobby Lashley, Laura Bach Genre: Action Size: 350MB Synopsis: David is a small-time hood in a big-time gang, killed for wanting out to marry his girlfriend. His older brother, Michael, a deputy sheriff in a meth-riddled town near Baltimore, leaves the force, gets a set of tattoos, and joins his brother's crew after claiming to be just out of prison and on the run. He proves his abilities, glad to wreak justice on other gangs and corrupt cops, and he may have a chance at revenge during a summit of North and South American drug traffickers. There are obstacles: a curious female lieutenant of a local thug, a federal investigation he may be stepping on, and the plight of his brother's pregnant girlfriend. Can he complete his mission?
Church riddled with bullets
When Bishop Bobby Hilton arrived at his church early this morning he was stunned. ?I was just absolutely shocked at what I saw,? he said.Police called Hilton to the Word of Deliverance church in the 11000 block of Southland Road after they say a man unloaded round after round into the Forest Park building early this morning.
Timeline of the History of Woman In Sports (1406-2010)
Woman have played a big role throughout history when it comes to all types of sports. Below you will find a timeline that stretches back to 1406 and includes records, and achievements of woman of all ages. You can learn more about their role in sports at our important woman in sports page of resources Timeline of the History of Woman in Sports 1406: Dame Juliana Berners of Great Britain writes the first known essay on sports fishing. She described how to make a rod and flies, when to fish, and the many kinds of fishing in her essay, Treatise of Fishing with an Angle. 1552: Mary, Queen of Scots (1542-87), an avid golfer, coins the term caddy by calling her assistants cadets. It is during her reign that the famous golf course at St. Andrews is built. 1567: Mary Queen of Scots is said to be the first woman to play golf in Scotland. She scandalizes the country when she plays golf a few days after her husband Lord Darnleys murder. 1704: Feisty Sarah Kemble Knight undertakes a solo horseback journey from Boston to New York. 1722: British fighter Elizabeth Wilkinson enters the boxing ring. 1780: Three days of horse racing at the track in Hempstead Plains, Long Island, include an event for women riders. 1784: Elizabeth Thible of Lyons, France, is the first woman to soar in a hot air balloon. 1798: Frances Jeanne Labrosse makes a solo balloon flight. 1804: The first woman jockey was Alicia Meynell of England. She first competed in a four-mile race in York, England. 1805: Madeleine Sophie Armant Blanchard solos in the first of 67 gas-powered balloon flights. She made her living as a balloonist, was appointed official Aeronaut of the Empire by Napoleon, and toured Europe until she fell to her death in an aerial fireworks display in 1819. 1805: The first ice skating race for Dutch women is in held in Leeuwarden. 1805: Englishwoman Alicia Meynell, riding as Mrs. Thornton, defeats a leading male jockey, Buckle, in a race. 1811: The first womens golf tournament is held at Musselburgh, Scotland. 1819: Mms. Adolphe becomes the first woman to perform on a tightrope in the US in New York City. 1825: Madame Johnson takes off in a hot air balloon in New York, landing in a New Jersey swamp. 1834: The first modern Lacrosse games are played. Lacrosse will become a major new sports opportunity for women in the 1990s with many colleges offering scholarship dollars. The original game was played by North American Indians. 1837: Donald Walkers book, Exercise for Ladies, warns women against horseback riding, because it deforms the lower part of the body. 1851: Amelia Jenks Bloomer recommends the practical pants that would bear her name. 1856: Catherine Beecher publishes the first exercise manual for women. 1858: Julia Archibald Holmes (1838-87) climbs Pikes Peak in Colorado (14,110 feet) wearing bloomers on Aug. 5. 1863: New Yorker James Plimpton uses a rubber cushion to enable the wheels of roller skates to turn slightly when the skater shifted his or her weight. This design is considered the basis for the modern roller skate, allowing for safer, controlled skating. 1864: The Park Place Croquet Club of Brooklyn organizes with 25 members. Croquet is probably the first game played by both men and women in America. 1865: Matthew Vassar opens Vassar College with a special School of Physical Training with classes in riding, gardening, swimming, boating, skating and other physical accomplishments suitable for ladies to acquire bodily strength and grace. 1866: Vassar College fields the first two womens amateur baseball teams. 1867: The Dolly Vardens, a black womens team from Philadelphia, is a womens professional baseball team. 1867: Frances S. Case and Mary Robinson climb Mt. Hood in Oregon (11,235 feet). 1867: St. Andrews in Scotland is the first ladies golf club. 1869: Frenchwomen enter cycling races at Bordeaux, France. 1869: The first womens croquet championship is held in England and won by a Mrs. Joad. 1870: In a sculling contest held on the Monongahela River, Lottie McAlice and Maggie Lew, both 16, row 1 mile. McAlice wins the race in 18:54, winning a gold watch and a $2,000 purse. 1871: Addie Alexander climbs the 14,256 foot Longs Peak in Colorado. 1871: Miss Carrie A. Moore demonstrates a variety of roller skating movements at the Occidental Rink in San Francisco. Later in the same day, she exhibits her skill on a velocipede. 1871: the Empire City Rowing Clubs 10th annual regatta features a rowing match among young women on the Harlem River in New York on Sept. 25. Five women row 17-foot workboats around a 2 mile course. Rowing the Glen, Amelia Shean wins the singles race in 18:32. Elizabeth Custarce and Annie Harris win the pairs race. 1872: Mills College in Oakland, CA establishes womens baseball teams. 1873: 10 young women compete in a mile-long swimming contest in the Harlem River. Miss Deliliah Goboess wins the prize, a silk dress worth $175. 1874: Mary Ewing Outerbridge of Staten Island introduces tennis to the United States. She purchases tennis equipment in Bermuda (and had trouble getting it through Customs!) and uses it to set up the first US tennis court at the Staten Island Cricket and Baseball Club that spring. 1875: Wellesley College opens and requires physical education as part of the curriculum. 1884: Wimbledon The womens singles competition begins at Wimbledon. Maud Watson is the first champion. 1895: Annie Smith Peck is the first woman to climb the Matterhorn. 1897: Lena Jordan becomes the first person to perform a triple somersault on the trapeze. 1900: Women compete in the Paris Olympics in golf, tennis, and croquet. 1901: Annie Taylor is the first person to go over Niagara Falls in a barrel. 1902: Since there was no womens competition, figure skater Madge Syers of Britain enters the mens world championships and places second. In 1908, she would win the first womens Olympic gold medal. 1907: St. Louis, Mo. becomes the home of the first organized womens bowling league. 1914: The American Athletic Union (AAU) allows women to register for the national swimming championships. 1917: Lucy Diggs Slowe becomes the first African-American woman to win a national title in any sport when she wins the first womens title at the American Tennis Association (ATA) national tournament. 1922: The AAU opens track and field events to women. 1924: Figure skating is the only sport open to women at the first Winter Olympic Games. 1926: Gertrude Ederle becomes the first woman to swim the English Channel. 1928: Women finally compete in Olympic track and field events. 1931: Virne Mitchell, pitcher, becomes the first woman in professional baseball. She strikes out Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrigin an exhibition game. Baseball commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis bans women from the sport later that year. 1932: Didrikson wins hurdles, 1932 Olympics 1937: Conchita Cintron of Chile begins her bullfighting career in Mexico. 1943: The All American Girls Baseball League was formed to fill ballparks emptied by baseball players going to war. 1944: Swimmer Ann Curtis is the first woman to win the Sullivan Award. 1947: Barbara Washburn becomes the first woman to climb Mount McKinley. 1948: Alice Coachman is the first black woman to win an Olympic gold medal. She grabs her gold in the high jump. 1948: Patty Berg and others found the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA). 1950: Florence Chadwick beats Gertrude Ederles 1926 record for swimming the English Channel. 1950: 12-year-old Kathryn Johnson becomes the first girl to play Little League Baseball in Corning, N.Y. 1952: Women and men compete together in Olympic equestrian events. 1953: Maureen Connolly becomes the first woman to win a Grand Slamall four major tennis championships. 1954: 16-year-old Canadian Marilyn Bell is the first person to swim across Lake Ontario. 1955: The first LPGA Championship is held. 1956: Althea Gibson is the first black person to win a tennis Grand Slam title when she wins the French Championship (the future French Open). 1959: Patty Berg hits a hole-in-one in the U.S. Womens Open. Shes the first woman to score an ace in a United States Golf Association tournament. 1960: Wilma Rudolph is the first woman to win three Olympic gold medals in track and field at one Olympic Games. 1962: The National Womens Rowing Association is founded. 1964: Soviet gymnast Larissa Latynina completes her Olympic career with a total of 18 medalsmore than any other athlete in Olympic history. 1966: Roberta Gibb becomes the first woman to run and finish the Boston Marathon. Its unofficial since women werent officially entered until 1972. 1968: Wyomia Tyus is the first woman to win two consecutive Olympic gold medals in the 100 m dash. 1969: Diane Crump rides onto Hialeah Racetrack and becomes the first woman to ride in a United States parimutuel race. The next year she would become the first woman to ride in the Kentucky Derby. Sharon Sites Adams is the first woman to sail solo across the Pacific Ocean. 1971: Women finally get the official nod to play five-player, full-court basketball. 1972: The U.S. Congress passes Title IX to foster more equitable federal financial aid to womens sports programs. 1973: Robyn Smith is the first female jockey to win a stakes race. 1973: Billie Jean King defeats Bobby Riggs in the Battle of the Sexes tennis match. 1974: Girls are officially allowed to play Little League Baseball. The National Womens Football League is formed, the first professional tackle league for women. 1975: Junko Tabei of Japan is the first woman to climb Mt. Everest. 1976 : Krystyna Choynowski-Liskiewicz of Poland is the first woman to sail around the world solo. Shirley Muldowney becomes the first woman to win a national Top Fuel event in the National Hot Rod Association. She would win the NHRA points title in 1978, 1980, and 1982. Shes the only person to hold three titles. Britains Princess Anne competes in the Montreal Olympics. 1977: Janet Guthrie is the first woman to race in the Indianapolis 500. Lucy Harris is the first (and so far, only) woman to be drafted by a National Basketball Association team, the New Orleans Jazz. She chose not to play. 1978: Ann Meyers becomes the first woman to try out and sign a contract for an NBA team. In 1979 shes the first player drafted for the new Womens Professional Basketball League. 1982: Kathy Whitworth is inducted into the Golf Hall of Fame with 88 victoriesmore than any other player in the PGA or LPGA. 1983: Tamara McKinney becomes the first American female skier to win the Alpine World Cup overall championship. 1984: Georgeann Wells-Blackwell is the first woman to dunk in a collegiate basketball game. Joan Benoit wins the first womens Olympic marathon. 1985: Libby Riddles is the first woman to mush her way to an Iditarod win. 1986: Nancy Lieberman becomes the first woman to play in a professional mens basketball league. 1987: Jackie Joyner-Kersee is the first woman athlete on the cover of Sports Illustrated magazine. 1989: Chris Evert retires from the professional tennis tour and her 1,309 career match wins tops the mens and womens charts until Martina Navratilovas 1,438 match wins. 1990: Juli Inkster became the first woman to win the Invitational Pro-Am at Pebble Beachthe only professional golf tournament in the world in which women and men compete head-to-head. 1991: The United States soccer team wins the first Womens World Cup. 1992: Manon Rheaume becomes the only woman to start in a National Hockey League game in an exhibition game for the Tampa Bay Lightning. 1992: Lyn St. James comes in 11th in the Indianapolis 500 and takes the Rookie of the Year prize. 1992: Girls win all three division titles in the All-American Soap Box Derby. 1993: Ann Meyers is the first woman inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame. Julie Krone wins the Belmont Stakes and becomes the first woman jockey to win a Triple Crown race. 1994: Speed skater Bonnie Blair becomes the most decorated American in the history of the Winter Olympics. Martina Navratilova retires with an all-time male or female record of 1,438 match wins to her credit. 1995: Picabo Street is the first American woman to win the World Cup title for downhill skiing. 1996: The U.S. women gymnasts take their first Olympic team gold. The competition ends dramatically with Kerri Strug valiantly doing a perfect landing on an injured ankle.> 1997: The Womens National Basketball Association has its first season. 1998: At 15, Tara Lipinski becomes the youngest woman to win the Olympic gold for figure skating. 1998: Wanda Rucker is the first woman to win a mens bass fishing tournament. 1999: Chamique Holdsclaw becomes the first woman basketball player to win the Sullivan Award. Serena Williams wins the U.S. Open. The next day, she and her sister Venus take the womens doubles title. Basketball playing identical twins Kelly and Coco Miller win the Sullivan Award. 2000: 90-year-old Doris Haddock (Granny D) completes a 14-month cross country walk to advocate campaign finance reform. Julie Krone is the first woman elected to the Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame. 2001: American Ann Bancroft and Norwegian Liv Arnesen became the first women to cross Antarctica on skis. 2002: Americans Jill Bakken and Vonetta Flowers win the first womens Olympic gold medal in bobsledding. Tristan Gale wins the first womens skeleton gold. Sarah Hughes wins an upset gold in figure skating at Salt Lake City. 2003: Tennessee basketball coach Pat Summitt is the first woman to post her 800th win. Annika Sorenstam becomes the first woman to play in a PGA tournament in 58 years. University of Connecticut Lady Huskies rack up 70 straight winsthe second longest streak in college basketball history. 2004: 14-year-old Michelle Wie becomes the youngest player in a PGA Tour event. 2005: Michelle Kwan wins her ninth U.S. national figure skating title. Tennessee basketball coach Pat Summitt gets her 880th win and becomes the winningest coach in NCAA history. Ellen MacArthur broke the worlds record for sailing solo around the world. Danica Patrick chalks up the best showing by a woman in the Indianapolis 500 with a fourth place finish. 2006: Epiphanny Prince sets a new high school basketball scoring record with 113 points. Effa Manley is the first woman elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame. 2007: The Wimbledon tennis tournament announces that it will pay women and men equal prize money for the first time. 2008: Professional tennis player, Justine Henin, was named the Laureus World Sports Academys Sportswoman of the Year after 50 straight weeks as number one in the world. 2009: On February 5, legendary basketball coach Pat Summit of the University of Tennessee marks her 1,000th win on the court. 2010: Brazils Marta, 23, is soccers World Player of the Year award for the fourth year in a row. 2010: NBCs Universal Sports names alpine skier Lindsey Vonn its Female Athlete of the Decade. 2010: Penn State becomes the first team to win three straight NCAA volleyball titles, extending the Nittany Lions record winning streak to 102 straight games. 2010: Stanford Universitys Kelley OHara wins the Hermann Trophy, NCAA soccers highest honor, with a school record with 26 goals scored during the 2009 season while leading the Cardinals to the NCAA championship. 2010: Melanie Troxel, a star on the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) drag racing circuit, becomes the first woman to win the opening competition of the Lucas Oil/Geoff Bodine Bobsled Challenge, topping a field of nine male drivers to capture the victory in the first of two races held in a fundraiser for the United States bobsled team. 2010: Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova, 22, signs a record-breaking eight-year 70-million-dollar contract with Nike in the largest athletic endorsement for woman in history. 2010- Serena Williams wins her second-straight and fifth Australian Open title, defeating Justine Henin, 6-4, 3-6, 6-2. With her 12th Grand Slam championship overall, she is now tied with Womens Sports Foundation founder, Billie Jean King. 2010: Martina Sablikova gives the Czech Republic its first Olympic medal in speedskating, winning the gold in the womens 3,000 meters; the silver medalist is Stephanie Beckert of Germany and Canadas Kristina Groves takes the bronze 2010: At the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games, Americans Hannah Kearney and Shannon Bahrke win the gold and bronze in the womens moguls Saturday with Canadas Jen Heil earning the silver. 2010: Slovakian Anastazia Kuzmina wins the gold medal in the womens 7.5 kilometer biathlon sprint. The silver was won by Magdalena Neuner and the bronze by Marie France Dorin. 2010 -The Amateur Softball Association of America (ASA) and USA Softball names Jennie Finch the USA Softball Female Athlete of the year for her accomplishments during the 2009 season. Her hits in the Championship Game of both the Japan Cup and Canada Cup secured the USA victories and was voted the Japan Cup MVP. 2010: Australias Torah Bright wins the gold medal in the Olympic womens halfpipe, defeating American Hannah Teter; American Kelly Clark, the 2002 champion, wins bronze. 2010: American Lindsey Vonn wins her first career gold medal in alpine skiing. Vonns victory is the first for an American woman in the event, and the 1-2 finish is the first for the U.S. in an alpine event in 26 years. 2010: Canadian Maelle Ricker takes gold in womens snowboard cross; Deborah Anthonioz of France wins the silver; Olivia Nobs of Switzerland wins the bronze. 2010: Venus Williams defeats Kim Clijsters 6-4, 3-6, 7-5 to win the Billie Jean King Cup. 2010: UConns women top a perfect season, defeating Stanford 53-47, to capture its second consecutive NCAA title, and its seventh overall. The win extends UConns streak to 78, just 10 short of UCLAs men with the longest winning streak in college basketball, posting 88 victories in a row from 1971-74. 2010: Taiwans Yani Tseng, 21, defeats Norways Suzann Pettersen by one shot, for her second major title at the Kraft Nabisco, with a four-under 68 for a total of 13-under 275. 2010: A female pitcher from Japan, Eri Yoshida, signs on to play with an all-male minor league baseball team in the United States, the Chico Outlaws based in Chico, CA. 2010: Ultra-marathoner Amy Palmiero-Winters, 34, the mother of two and an amputee wins the 2010 AAU Sullivan Award, given annually to the nations top amateur athlete. Winters has completed ultra-marathons in the 50k, 50mile, 100k, 100 mile and 24 hour distances as well as both an Ironman and Half IronMan Triathlon. 2010: World-class free skier Grete Eliassen sets a new world record for height on skis, reaching speeds of approximately 60 miles-per-hour as she hit the custom 30-foot tall hip, and soared more than 31 feet in the air to set an unofficial new world record for women. 2010: Katie Spotz, 22, becomes the youngest person to row solo across the Atlantic Ocean, rowing 2,817 miles in ocean waters to raise money for access to safe drinking water for 2,600 people. 2010: Oh Eun-sun, South Korea, becomes the first woman to climb the worlds 14 highest mountains; South Koreans have named her a national hero. 2010: Gwen Jocson, 43, aboard Honor in Peace, wins the Lady Legends for the Cure race at Pimlico Race Course, the first ever pari-mutuel race featuring eight retired female riders, staged in a partnership between Pimlico management and Susan G. Komen for the Cure, the worlds largest breast cancer organization. 2010: Sixteen-year-old Jessica Watson, 16, arrives in Australias Sydney Harbor after spending 210 days sailing her 34-foot yacht, the Pink Lady, around the world, becoming the youngest person to sail solo, nonstop and unassisted around the world. 2010: Francesca Schiavone, 29, of Italy wins first womens title at the French Open, defeating Samantha Stosur, 6-4, 7-6 (2), the first Italian woman to win the tournament. 2010: Cristie Kerr wins her second major championship by a landslide 12 strokes, two shy of the LPGA record and three shy of Tiger Woods 15-stroke win in 2000. 2010: For only the second time in history that the Honda-Broderick Cup has been shared between two winners, Maya Moore and Megan Hodge. 2010: Cammi Granto and Angela James become the first women elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame. 2010: Serena Williams wins her 13th Grand Slam singles title at Wimbledon over Vera Zvonareva, hitting a record 89 aces and won every match in straight sets in the tournament. 2010: Team USA wins its seventh-straight World Softball Championship. 2010: Team USA wins inaugural IFAF Womens World Championship for American Football 66-0 roust over Canada in Stockholm, Sweden. 2010: South Koreas Jiyai Shin wins the Evian Masters Tournament. 2010: Germany wins the U-20 Womens World Cup over the Nigerian Falconets in the championship match, 2-0. 2010: Taiwans Yani Tseng, 21, wins Womens British Open over Australias Katherine Hull by one stroke. 2010: Kim Clijsters wins her second straight US Open womens championship, 6-2, 6-1, against Vera Zvonarevam in 59 minutes, the shortest womens final since match time began being officially recorded in 1980.
LETTER: Sportsmen honor Bobby Riddle's memory
I read with great interest your column today about Bobby and Justin, and felt moved to respond in some way. I met Bobby less than a year ago at a fund raiser banquet for the Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife, here in Farmington. Not only was Bobby ...
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Jeremy and Mandy Riddle, Stephanie and Bobby Bowers, Matthew Riddle and Michael Riddle; and 9 grandchildren. Also surviving are Edith Riddle, sister-in-law, Jimmy and Johnny Bradshaw, brother-in-laws, and several nieces and nephews. In his retirement ...
Spring sports Fan Appreciation Day set for Feb. 5
Head coach Bobby Pierce enters his 11th season at the helm of the ... Troy will open 2012 with a four game tilt against Central Michigan at Riddle-Pace Field on Feb. 17-19. Team posters will be available for fans to have personally autographed ...
Benefit dinner held for Four Corners teen who died in sleep
All proceeds went to the family of Bobby Riddle. Riddle survived massive burns over most of his body over a year ago before suddenly dying last month. Organizer, Deon Brown, said the community stepped in to help with the event. “Anywhere from ...
Game recap: OIT holds off Eastern Oregon, 88-78
Bobby Hunter scored 20 points, Kyle Gomez 18, David Clarke 14 and Scott Riddle 12 as Tech defeated the Mountaineers at home for the 35th straight time. Eastern last won in Klamath Falls on Feb. 16, 1979. In the women’s game, Eastern scored with a second ...
June Towler Shanaberger, age 69, of 2488 Riddle Road, Chatham, died Friday ... She is survived by her husband, Robert Wayne "Bobby" Shanaberger; two daughters, Cindy S. Bryant and her husband, Marvin of Chatham, and Leigh Shanaberger of ...
X Games Preview
Bobby Brown and last year's winner Sammy Carlson on the slopestyle side of things, while Xavier Bertoni, Mike Riddle, Jossi Wells and two-time gold medalist Kevin Rolland talk about today's pipe practice. Click here to check out their slopestyle preview ...
Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest: Paul Babeu to Paul Gosar: 'Are you insane?'
LA-Gov: Talk about getting an early start: Even though Bobby Jindal was just re-elected to a second ... related to a bribery scandal involving her one-time boyfriend Sam Riddle. She tried to withdraw her plea, but the U.S. Court of Appeals ...
Did You Know : Simp McGhee's
The original ceilings, at one time there was a church here, a dry goods store and there's been a barbour shop here." All the statues were hand carved by the original owner Bobby Riddle. Simp McGhee's serving up the good stuff for close to 26years.
Southern Oregon Falls to No. 3 Oregon Tech 69-56
30 p.m. Bobby Hunter led Oregon Tech with 19 points, while Bryant Sentman finished with 16 points and a team-high seven rebounds and Scotty Riddle finished with 12 points. Southern Oregon led by as many as four points early in the contest before Riddle's ...
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Robert "Bobby Bacala" Baccalieri, Jr., ... Multiple gunshots sent Bobby's riddled body crashing on top of a model train display. ...
List of The Wonder Years episodes
having a great season thanks to their star player, Bobby Riddle (James Caviezel ) and make it all the way to the state championship of 1972. ...
He has also played Bobby Jones in Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius , ... Airline Clerk | 1992 | The Wonder Years | Bobby Riddle | Episode: "Hero" | ...
Those are mixed together in a three-minute megamix fashion, mixed and produced by Rich "DJ Riddler" Pangilinan and Bobby Dedic. ...
List of The Sopranos characters
Multiple gunshots sent his riddled body crashing on top of a model ... Later in the episode, when a saddened Tony is reflecting on Bobby's ...
Stu Riddle (born 23 May 1976 in Luton , England) is a New Zealand football (soccer) ... was the youngest member of Bobby Clark 's 1996 New ...
Insane Clown Posse
Major releases (1995–1997) Riddle Box ... featuring host Ryan Phillippe and cast member Bobby Moynihan Insane Clown Posse responded ...
The Van (1977 film)
Bobby's co-workers send his convertible into the car wash with the ... played by professional wrestler Rock Riddle, simply says, "Hi" to Sally ...
Troy Trojans baseball
national championships in 1986 and 1987 under famed head coach Chase Riddle . ... 2008 | 32 | 26 | 18 | 12 | Bobby Pierce | 2009 | 33 | 23 | ...
Bobby Frazier (born January 20, 1943) is a former American football coach and ... football coach | first Joe | last Riddle | page 6B | ...