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Bauer embarks on life as a pro

Patrick Bauer couldn’t wait to embark on his professional golf career. There will be plenty of time later for school and the ensuing traditional job. After a stellar career at Co ...

Jones rolls with new role

No one will mistake Chris Jones for a mammoth right tackle in the NFL. But the 5-10, 140-pound professional cyclist will assume a similar role to the unheralded blockers on the gri ...

New pros take different paths to golfing careers

Phil Green’s trip to Ireland got him hooked. For Brian Glosser it was an ankle injury that derailed a promising skateboarding career, which led to his current profession. Green ...

Witten, Sitak to meet in final

Jesse Witten has played the role of veteran on a business trip this week in Loomis. Meanwhile Artem Sitak has ridden a wave of momentum to the brink of a title. They will meet ea ...

Quarterfinals set in Loomis tourney

One day after top-seeded American Carsten Ball was stunned by a qualifier, Fellow American Lester Cook survived a first-set disaster to advance to the quarterfinals at the RWI Pro ...

Former LOP resident a two-time winner

Skeet Reese isn’t the only fisherman on the Bassmaster Elite Tour with a connection to the Auburn area. Fred Roumbanis spent the past four years in Lake of the Pines — where h ...

He makes a racket with a rod

Even dream jobs have downsides. Just ask Skeet Reese. The 39-year-old Auburn resident has a career a good many folks would envy. He gets paid to go fishing every day — at least ...

Haggerty’s life in the fast lane

Time has flown for PJ Haggerty. The 2003 Colfax graduate is already gearing up for his second year as a professional bowler, chasing the Denny’s PBA Tour in search of his first ...