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As fate would have it, Bryant won a state championship with Lower Merion (Pa.
AUSTRALIA WON SERIES 4-1 Nov 2002 Brisbane Aus won by 384 runs Nov 2002 Adelaide Aus won by inns & 51 runs Dec 2002 Perth Aus won by inns & 48 runs Dec 2002 Melbourne Aus won by 5 wkts Jan 2003 Sydney Eng won by 225 runs AUSTRALIA WON SERIES 4-1 Jul 2005 Lord's Aus won by 239 runs Aug 2005 Edgbaston Eng won by 2 runs Aug 2005 Old Trafford Drawn Aug 2005 Trent Bridge Eng won by 3 wkts Sep 2005 The Oval Drawn
Every Child wins an Oscar for Best Animated Short; this is the fourth Academy Award won by the NFB in three years.
The GOP's worst showing in the three elections comprising the age of Ronald Reagan was in 1988, when Vice President George Bush won the popular vote by eight percentage points and swept the Electoral College by a margin of 426 to 111 for Democratic nominee Michael Dukakis.
The Oceanic BioCube line, from Central Aquatics, won the first place "Retailer Select Award for Product Excellence" at the H.
Jensen and Los Alamitos-based trainer Paul Jones won their second All American after combining with Teller Cartel in 2005.
NASCAR Grand National Division, West Series: Mike Duncan took the lead on the last lap of the Relocate Here 200 at California Speedway and won a crash-filled race Friday night that took 2 hours and 7 minutes to complete.
Mock and Partners, won a Mercury Award in the Brand/Reputation Management category for "Heathwood Hall: Inspiring Generations One Life at a Time.
Kentucky Speedway is very similar to Kansas Speedway, where Herta won the first race of his IRL career in 2003.
Hornish won two, at Phoenix International Raceway and The Milwaukee Mile.
Andretti won three times in six races on the Infiniti Pro Series, running a limited rookie schedule.
He won three races and was in the championship hunt for most of the season.