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Twellman, Revs agree to 4-year deal
New England Revolution The New England Revolution, nicknamed the Revs, is a professional soccer club based in Foxborough, Massachusetts, that participates in Major League Soccer. Even though the club is based in Foxborough, the club represents all of New England. forward Taylor Twellman Taylor Timothy Twellman (born February 29, 1980 in St. Louis, Missouri) is a U.S. soccer player. Twellman currently plays forward in Major League Soccer for the New England Revolution. Youth
Twellman was raised in the American soccer hotbed of St. , a two-time Major League Soccer scoring champion and former league MVP (Multimedia Video Processor) A high-speed DSP chip from Texas Instruments, introduced in 1994. Officially introduced as the TMS320C80, it combines RISC technology with the functionality of four DSPs on one chip. , has signed a four-year deal with the team. Twellman will make $375,000 in each of the first two years of the contract, more the third year with the total based on performance and $450,000 in the final year. Twellman, 26, has scored 75 regular-season goals in 130 games with the Revolution over five seasons. He was the league scoring champ in 2002 and 2005 and was chosen MVP in 2005.
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A judge in Springfield struck down a Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) is an organization of 360 high schools that sponsor athletic activities in 33 sports. More than 200,000 young men and women compete annually in approximately 100,000 competitions among MIAA member schools. rule that barred girls from competing individually in a high school boys' golf tournament. C. Brian McDonald, justice of the Superior Court for Hampden County, said the rule violated the Massachusetts Equal Rights Amendment and denied female golfers opportunities for advancement in sport. He also wrote the rule gave boys better opportunities to earn college scholarships because most recruiters watch athletes in the fall, not the spring. The athletic association rule, which affects about 360 member high schools, doesn't bar mixed-gender teams from the boys' or girls' state championships, but students competing individually can only play in tournaments for their own gender. There is a state female tournament in the spring season, but not in the fall. The top male high school golfers compete in a fall and spring tournament. Lindsey Thompka, a Springfield Cathedral High School There are at least eight schools in the United States named Cathedral High School, including: