Wichita Force quarterback David Olson stepped in front of his team’s fans during a postgame jersey auction after a 44-30 win over Sioux City that clinched a regular-season division championship and the top seed in the playoffs. Olson wanted to apologize.
The Wichita Force kept its hot streak going, rallying in the fourth quarter to edge the Bloomington Edge 51-48 at Intrust Bank Arena on Friday night. The Force improved to 4-0 on the season with the victory and maintained first place in the Champions Indoor Football League North Division.
20yearold Wichita native Nico Hernandez makes his Olympic debut in Rio as light flyweight boxer (108 lbs). “When I’m in the ring, I’m just thinking about my family and making a better life for them,” Hernandez said.
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