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CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The Latest on flooding that has devastated parts of West Virginia (all times local):4:50 p.m.Alabama coach Nick Saban and Florida States Jimbo Fisher are seeking support for high school football programs decimated by floods in their native West Virginia.Several West Virginia schools were heavily damaged in the June 23 floods. Both coaches asked high schools in their respective states this week to each donate a full football uniform, including pads and helmets and practice jerseys, by July 25 so that they can take them to West Virginia.Fisher says many West Virginia high schools will be unable to field a football team without major assistance. In a letter to coaches, he wrote that I know that we can help these members of our football family.Fisher was born in Clarksburg. Saban grew up just outside of Monongah and says football was such an important part of my childhood in West Virginia.---4:10 p.m.Dozens of inmates are helping with flood cleanup efforts in West Virginia.State Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety spokesman Lawrence Messina says inmate work crews from Division of Corrections facilities have helped daily. Those efforts include mostly debris removal and at times assisting the Division of Highways with road repairs.Inmate efforts have included the hard-hit communities of Alderson, Clendenin, Elkview, Rainelle, Richwood and White Sulphur Springs.Messina says corrections officers and other staff have helped in their own communities during nonworking hours and also have assisted monitoring debris disposal sites. Staffers are also pitching in at a Kanawha County warehouse used for donated goods.Messina says the homes of about two dozen corrections employees had flood damage, including 19 working at the Anthony Correctional Center in White Sulphur Springs.---3:50 p.m.The amount of damage done to West Virginias roads by recent devastating floods has reached almost $47 million.The state Division of Highways announced the revised road damage estimate Thursday. The total is about $11 million higher than a first estimate made by state officials late last week.Nineteen counties have reported road damage. Kanawha County incurred the most at $13.6 million.The agency says more than a dozen contractors are helping to restore roadway access to communities and repair major routes. Workers within the division are also helping clear up roads for drivers.---1:15 p.m.A relative says a body found in a West Virginia river has been identified as that of her sister, who disappeared after last months devastating floods.Joetta Goins-Lemons says graveside services are scheduled Friday in Smoot for her sister, 44-year-old Lisa Goins Blankenship of Renick.Goins-Lemons says that on June 23, her sister sent her two sons down the road to call their dad and tell him not to come home because the roads were getting bad. She then asked a neighbor to help get her dog out of a kennel. The neighbor was pulled underwater a few times. When he surfaced, Goins Blankenship was gone.Goins-Lemons says the body was found Saturday in the Greenbrier River more than 30 miles away.The floods killed 15 people in Greenbrier County and 23 statewide.---11 a.m.The owner of The Greenbrier resort says hes reopening the hotel to the public next week following devastating floods.Jim Justice said at a news conference Thursday in White Sulphur Springs that the 710-room hotel will open again Tuesday.Justice says he wants to get hotel employees back to work, saying were not going to heal if you dont have a job.Justice says the resort is scarred and repairing but promised we will be back.The June 23 floods left 15 people dead in Greenbrier County and 23 statewide. The hotel closed to outside guests on June 24 but took in more than 700 flooded-out residents.The PGA Tour canceled the Greenbrier Classic golf tournament was scheduled to start Thursday at the resort.---10:30 a.m.More federal aid is on the way to help West Virginia governments pay for extensive damage done by floods that killed 23 people.Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin announced in a news release Thursday that the Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved public assistance for agencies in 11 counties.The counties include Clay, Fayette, Greenbrier, Jackson, Kanawha, Monroe, Nicholas, Pocahontas, Roane, Summers and Webster.The aid supports governments in debris removal, emergency preparedness, hazard mitigation and the repair, replacement or restoration of flood-damaged, publicly-owned facilities.Certain nonprofits may qualify.FEMA already has approved more than $18 million in individual assistance to help people with medical and housing support and other immediate needs.Individual aid is available in Clay, Fayette, Greenbrier, Jackson, Kanawha, Monroe, Nicholas, Pocahontas, Roane, Summers, Webster and Lincoln counties. Wholesale Air Max 95 . The 31-year-old Spain midfielder hasnt played since Madrid lost in the Copa del Rey final to Atletico Madrid in May due to back and foot injuries. 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MIAMI -- Friday is Jose Day.Can it be Stantons Day, too?Right-hander Jose Fernandez and right fielder Giancarlo Stanton -- the Miami Marlins two biggest stars -- have rarely been good at the same time.One or the other usually has been injured since Fernandez broke in as the National League Rookie of the Year in 2013.Fernandez missed most of 2014 and half of 2015 due to elbow surgery. Stanton missed the first two months of 2013 due to a hamstring injury, sustained multiple facial fractures when hit in the face with a fastball toward the end of 2014 and suffered a season-ending hand injury in June 2015 -- just before Fernandez returned from his operation.This year, Fernandez (10-4, 2.69 ERA) has been terrific, earning his second All-Star berth and his first since his rookie year. however, Stanton has been in dreadful slump, looking helpless while flailing at numerous pitches outside the zone.On Tuesday and Wednesday, however, Stanton hit four homers in four consecutive at-bats, becoming just the second major-leaguer to accomplish that impressive feat, joining Albert Pujols, who did it in 2006.Could this be what turns Stanton around?Can Fernandez get a win and Stanton a homer on the same day?The first one of those Marlins objectives appears likely, considering Miami (44-41, third in the NL East) will be facing the Cincinnati Reds (32-54, last in the NL Central) on Friday.More important, perhaps, is the fact that the game is at Marlins Park, where Fernandez is 24-1 with a 1.48 ERA so far in his brilliant career.Fernandez has been simply magical at home, and his exuberance -- both on the mound and at bat -- seems to lift the Marlins as well as the fans.Miami, coming off a disappointing 3-6 road trip, is looking for Fernandez -- and Stanton -- to turn things around now that the Marlins are back at home.Cincinnati, meanwhile, will counter with 27-year-old right-hander Dan Straily (4-5, 4.34 ERA). The California native is 17-18 in his five seasons in the majors, sporting a 4.dddddddddddd.54 career ERA. This is the fourth team in the past four years for the 6-foot-2, 215-pound Straily, who has little history against the Marlins.Strailys only career appearance vs. Miami came in 2013, a start in which he gave up two runs in four innings.The Reds have yet to have a winning month this season -- 12-16 in June was the best they have been able to manage so far.Here are some other story lines to watch for this weekend:--Marlins outfielder Ichiro Suzuki has 2,990 major league hits. It is doubtful he will get to 3,000 in this series, especially since he is just a spot starter for Miami. And this is the final series for either team before Tuesdays All-Star Game, so Suzuki may have to wait awhile longer.--Stanton and Reds left fielder Adam Duvall are looking ahead to their participation in the Home Run Derby on Monday in San Diego. Duvall, the third seed, will open against the Padres Wil Myers in the first round, while fifth-seeded Stanton will face off with fourth-seeded Robinson Cano of the Seattle Mariners.--Reds shortstop Zack Cozart has homered in three consecutive games. He has 13 homers already this season, good production for the teams shortstop.--Lefty reliever Mike Dunn has 368 appearances with the Marlins. With one more appearance, he will break the record for a Miami pitcher, a mark he now shares with Braden Looper.--Reds right fielder Jay Bruce did not start Wednesday, as he was resting some aches and pains. He walked in the ninth inning and was thrown out trying to steal second.--Marlins third baseman Martin Prado was also rested Wednesday. Prado and Bruce are expected to return to their respective lineups Friday.--The Reds had an off day in blazing-hot Miami on Thursday. How will that day -- presumably spent poolside at a posh hotel -- affect the team? ' ' '

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