Yellow Jackets


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A regional term for a formulation of depressant
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The win was the seventh in a row for the Yellow Jackets.
The players were not allowed to participate in the season-opener against the Yellow Jackets.
DLSU was up by 10 at the half, which meant the Animo Squad would perform before the Yellow Jackets.
The Yellow Jackets fell to 0-2-1 overall and in league play.
Stockley, a Pittsfield native, joined the Yellow Jacket baseball program in the Fall of 1976 along with fellow Pittsfield native and Hall of Fame inductee Gary Barcher.
Instead, the Ducks beat the host Yellow Jackets for the second day in a row.
The Bruins had trouble in the opening minutes on the boards, getting decimated as the Yellow Jackets had the first eight rebounds of the game, including five on the offensive end.
The yellow jackets were found drinking on the surface of livestock watering tanks and the first shot was used to splash them with enough water to drastically slow their take-off speed.
A full electronic warfare range allowed the Yellow Jackets and the Wizards to bring their electronic jamming to the fight.
She's swatting yellow jackets off my blue jeans and stomping
Earl Wells, 75, slipped and landed on the nest of yellow jacket hornets.
The Yellow Jackets have advanced to the NCAA Tournament in 18 of the last 19 years, including nine under Hall.