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Teijin Automotive breaks ground

Teijin Automotive Technologies broke ground today to expand the capabilities at its Huntington, Indiana, facility, adding a topcoat line and assembly area.

These additions will enhance the capabilities of the company’s Huntington facility, which currently include compression molding, bonding, water jetting, sanding, and priming.

 


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Huntington man to help USABA team

The United States Association of Blind Athletes (USABA) — the newly-certified national governing body for the paralympic team sports of goalball and blind soccer — has announced the election of two additional athlete representatives to its Board of Directors.

Paralympians Zach Buhler  of Huntington, and Eliana Mason, of Beaverton, Ore., will serve as goalball athlete directors alongside fellow goalball paralympians Matt Simpson of Charlottesville, Va., and Calahan Young of Pittsburgh, Pa., giving the board of directors four athletes among its 12 members.

 


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Maple Leafs top HU in softball play

In an offense-driven clash with Goshen, the Huntington University (HU) Forester softball team came up short twice, 11-3, 14-10, to their visitors Friday afternoon.  

The Maple Leafs (14-10, 4-6) pieced together two big frames to notch the first win. They spent the fifth racking up five runs to turn a fairly tight game into ten run-rule outing. Before that it was a 6-3 ballgame with HU striking first when Mackenzie Walker knock-ed in Jenessa Hasty who had tripled to kick off the home half of the first.

 


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