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Ray Hacke

Ray Hacke

Ray is a sports correspondent for WORLD Magazine who has covered sports professionally for three decades. He is also a licensed attorney who lives in Keizer, Ore., with his wife Pauline and daughter Ava.

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Articles by Ray Hacke
Casting out the devil?

Casting out the devil?

Some call for the removal of Arizona State’s mascot, Sparky the Sun Devil

Thanks to a new NCAA policy, college athletes are beginning to make money from endorsement deals

MLB cut dozens of minor league clubs, yet remaining players still cope with meager salaries

Athletic protests today may be permissible or impermissible based on where they fall on the ideological spectrum


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The Summer Games opening next week in Tokyo will have a different look and feel this year

Last year’s violent protests in Portland could hurt the city’s chances of attracting baseball’s Oakland A’s

For schools participating in interscholastic sports, holding Biblical views of sexuality increasingly draws LGBT ire

States are passing bills to protect fairness in women’s sports. How will these new laws stand up in court?

The president’s policies could undo women’s sports

Relying on Christ, “Hammerin’ Hank” thrived on the ballfield despite immense racial prejudice