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canyon

Radiation safety
A popular term for a plutonium reprocessing plant—e.g., in Hanford, Washington, or the Savannah River Site (SRS), which is 440 m tall.

Sport medicine
See Canyoning.
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You better believe it was a tough decision this past summer for former Canyon High football defensive coordinator Scott Blade to leave his beloved Cowboys for his first head coaching job -- all the way across the country at Hillsboro High in Nashville, Tenn.
This is a real big game,'' Canyon offensive lineman Marc Valdez said.
2004 - Valencia 29, Hart 10: Valencia sacked Tyler Lyon nine times and held Hart to 62 yards, snapping the Indians' 65-game league winning streak in front of about 9,000 at Canyons.
Bates met with Canyons coach Chuck Lyon on Monday but has yet to make a decision on his future.
Canyons dominated the women's competition, defeating the highly regarded Mission Viejo Nadadores 2,849-2,046.
For those who want even more adventure, Zion offers slot canyons accessible only with technical gear.
VALENCIA - There was debate over an unfair draw and rumblings about a missing player, but in the end the Canyon High of Canyon Country girls' soccer team lost to a better team.
But a Southern Section high school championship game for the ages could happen if archrivals Hart and Canyon advance past this weekend's Div.
5 Valencia 52-45 Thursday at College of the Canyons, setting up a league final of sorts next Thursday against Hart of Newhall.
Marcus Crawford scored a 2-yard run in overtime to lift top-ranked College of the Canyons to a 21-15 victory over visiting Palomar of San Marcos.
VALENCIA - It's never easy, but the College of the Canyons women's basketball team keep winning.
The state Commission on Athletics will begin reviewing videotape today to determine whether to impose sanctions against College of the Canyons following an on-field brawl at the conclusion of Saturday's California Community College Championship game in Bakersfield.