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II section champions won the Northern title and stretched their postseason winning streak to nine games over two seasons.
So, there must always be a winning move for the first player.
Democrats had so little hope of winning in 1992 that all of their nationally known leaders, including Mario Cuomo, Al Gore, and Bill Bradley, decided to stay out of the race altogether.
CBAI will recommend the Winning Communities program to its member institutions as a value-added service and encourage them to provide the local leadership to implement the program.
Espinoza, on his way to the jockeys championship for the Del Mar season that ends Wednesday, won the first six races Monday after winning the nightcap Sunday.
Kevin Harvick, Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth and Ryan Newman - dominated their inaugural 2004 season, winning over 50 percent of the 36 Cup races.
Winning again would be nice, but it seems he is more interested in snapping Matt Kenseth's two-race winning streak than adding another California Speedway win to his resume.
The winning numbers for the December 23, 2003 MEGA MONEY drawing are: 15 - 23 - 25 - 29 and the MegaBall number is 12.
Now that Huddleston, the 2005 Late Model champion, seems to have regained his winning touch, the big question is: Is his car good enough to catch Thirkettle in the standings?
The winning numbers for the November 7, 2003 MEGA MONEY drawing are: 01 - 07 - 15 - 20 and the MegaBall number is 01.
Dixon was able to break the winning Andretti Green stranglehold last year by taking the road course event at Watkins Glen in New York for his only win of the year.
Overall odds of winning a Dashing Through The Dough prize are 1-in-4.