Last night the 7th grade Lady Cardinals played a good game against South Dearborn, but were unable to pull off the win with a score of 18-13.Scoring for the Lady Cardinals was Betsy 3 points, Harmeyer with 7 points, Sydney Schutte with 4, and Grace Eckstein with 2. Rebounding was a team effort Sydney Schutte with 13, GiGi Dreyer with 7, Grace Eckstein with 6, Chloe Meadows with 3, Grace Mack and Molly Wachsmann with 2, and Mindy Eckstein with 1.St. Louis picked up a home victory Tuesday night by defeating South Dearborn 32 to 12.Avery Roell had a game high 13 points. Hailey Mohr had a strong 4th quarter and finished with 11 points.A strong team defense contributed to the Lady Cardinals win.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Mike Burkhart.
A 35-year-old woman was fatally shot during a vigil in Pompano Beach on Friday evening.The Broward County Sheriff’s Office (BSO) says Marge Armande, of Deerfield Beach, was attending a vigil Friday at about 10 p.m. near the 200 block of NE First Avenue.According to officials, she was shot during an altercation between two other people.Pompano Beach Fire Rescue transported Armande to Broward Health North, where she was pronounced dead.Detectives are asking anyone with information regarding the case to contact BSO Homicide Detective Wilson Dejesus at (954) 321-4210.
New Delhi: India (IND) vs West Indies (WI), 3rd T20I Live Cricket Score Updates: India has won the toss and will bowl. Rahul Chahar makes his debut while Deepak Chahar replaces Khaleel Ahmed. KL Rahul is in and Rohit Sharma has been rested. Deepak Chahar took three wickets and wrecked the West Indies top order but Kieron Pollard blasted a fifty and shared a partnership of over 50 with Nicholas Pooran. Navdeep Saini took two wickets and some late blows from the lower order helped West Indies reach 146/6 after 20 overs. In response, India lost KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan cheaply but Virat Kohli slammed his 21st fifty and Rishabh Pant came back to form as he notched up his his first fifty to help India win by seven wickets and achieve a 3-0 whitewash. (SCORECARD)00:33 hrs IST: Sealed with a six. Rishabh Pant blasts Brathwaite for a six and India win by seven wickets and achieve a 3-0 whitewash against the West Indies.00:22 hrs IST: Pant blasts a six off Oshane Thomas and India are 141/3 after 18 overs, need six runs off 12 balls. 00:19 hrs IST: WICKET! Full and wide ball from Oshane Thomas, Kohli steers it to backward point and he falls. India are 133/3 after 17.3 overs, need 14 runs off 15 balls.00:17 hrs IST: First fifty for Rishabh Pant and he has overcome his poor form in grand style. Blasts Cottrell to the fine leg fence and India are 129/2 after 17 overs, needing 18 from 18 balls. 00:09 hrs IST: 21st fifty for Virat Kohli and he crunches Narine to the deep midwicket fence. Superb stuff from the skipper and India are nearing a win. India need 32 off 26 balls. 00:06 hrs IST: Kohli smashes a four and Pant blasts a six off Keemo Paul and India are 109/2 after 15 overs. India need 38 off 30 balls.00:01 hrs IST: Virat Kohli thumps a four to deep extra cover off Carlos Brathwaite as he survives a top edge previous ball. India are 95/2 after 14 overs.23:56 hrs IST: Rishabh Pant thumps a crucial six as the West Indies bowlers are bowling well in the death overs. India are 85/2 after 13 overs.23:48 hrs IST: Kohli thumps a four off Carlos Brathwaite and India are 71/2 after 11 overs.23:41 hrs IST: Kohli and Pant hold the key now as they strike boundaries and India are 58/2 after nine overs.23:37 hrs IST: Kohli thumps a boundary off Allen and India are 45/ after seven overs.23:32 hrs IST: Rishabh Pant gets going with a boundary while Kohli is rotating the strike aggressively. India are 39/2 in the seventh over.23:26 hrs IST: WICKET! Rahul tries to be too aggressive and he is stumped as Fabian Allen gets his wicket. India are 27/2 after the fifth over.23:17 hrs IST: Virat Kohli gets going with a boundary off Sheldon Cottrell. India are 18/1 after three months.23:12 hrs IST: WICKET! Poor shot from Dhawan. Thomas bowls it short on leg stump, Dhawan swivels and the pull shot is it straight to short fine leg. India are 10/1 after 2 overs.23:08 hrs IST: KL Rahul blastsa six to get going and Oshae Thomas suffers an injury while trying to stop a boundary. India are 10/0 after 1.4 overs.22:50 hrs IST: Some big hits from the West Indies lower order help them reach 146/6 after 20 overs. This will be a tricky chase for India.22:36 hrs IST: WICKET! First wicket for Rahul Chahar and Carlos Brathwaite falls. After getting hit for a mighty six, Brathwaite is caught by Washington Sundar. West Indies are 119/6 after 17.2 overs.22:29 hrs IST: WICKET! Saini gets the dangerman and he gets the full length delivery right. The ball swings away slightly and the ball crashes into the stumps. West Indies are 108/5 after 16 overs.22:24 hrs IST: Krunal Pandya is getting taken to the cleaners by Pollard. One Mumbai Indians knows another Mumbai Indians. Two sixes are hit and West Indies are 100/4 after 15 overs.22:21 hrs IST: Pollard is again hit on the pad by a full toss and India decide to review it. However, this time, it is sliding down the legisde. West Indies are 84/4 after 14 overs.22:15 hrs IST: WICKET! Navdeep Saini breaks the stand and Pooran falls. Good length ball angled across outside off, Pooran flashes at it and the edge is taken by Rishabh Pant. West Indies are 80/4 after 13.1 overs.22:09 hrs IST: Kieron Pollard and Nicholas Pooran’s partnership has crossed 50 and West Indies are 73/3 after 12 overs.22:03 hrs IST: Pollard is dealing in sixes and even Nicholas Pooran gets going with a six off Krunal Pandya. West Indies are 65/3 after 11 overs.21:58 hrs IST: Kieron Pollard blasts two sixes off Rahul Chahar, one to long on and one to wide long off and West Indies are 46/3 after nine overs.21:55 hrs IST: Washington Sundar is into the attack and he starts well. West Indies are 33/3 after eight overs.21:52 hrs IST: While Deepak bowls brilliantly, Rahul Chahar does not get off to an ideal start as Nicholas Pooran hits a four and West Indies are 30/3 after seven overs.21:47 hrs IST: Another excellent over from Deepak Chahar and he has figures of 3-1-4-3. West Indies are 22/3 after six overs.21:43 hrs IST: Kieron Pollard blasts a six off Bhuvneshwar Kumar and West Indies are 21/3 after five overs.21:36 hrs IST: WICKET! Deepak Chahar on fire. He again gets this fullish delivery to swing back in and Hetmyer is caught on the crease and is adjudged LBW. West Indies are tottering at 14/3 after 3.5 overs.21:33 hrs IST: WICKET! Chahar gets this length delivery to cut back in and Lewis is trapped in front. He is given out LBW and even the review cannot save him. West Indies are 13/2 after 3.1 overs.21:30 hrs IST: Evin Lewis flicks a boundary and then gets three runs to deep cover for three runs. West Indies are 13/1 after three overs.21:23 hrs IST: WICKET! West Indies lose a wicket early again. Good length ball outside off an Narine toe-ends the lofted shot to mid on. West Indies are 4/1 after 1.5 overs.21:19 hrs IST: Evin Lewis is finally off the mark in this series. West Indies are 1/0 after one overs.21:11 hrs IST: The rain has started again but it is only a brief spell and the covers are being removed.20:56 hrs IST: Here are the playing XIs of both teams1 KL Rahul, 2 Shikhar Dhawan, 3 Virat Kohli (capt), 4 Rishabh Pant (wk), 5 Manish Pandey, 6 Krunal Pandya, 7 Washington Sundar, 8 Deepak Chahar, 9 Bhuvneshwar Kumar, 10 Rahul Chahar, 11 Navdeep SainiCarlos Brathwaite, Evin Lewis, Kieron Pollard, Nicholas Pooran, ShimronHetmyer, Rovman Powell, Sunil Narine, Keemo Paul, Sheldon Cottrell, Oshane Thomas, Fabian Allen20:51 hrs IST: India has won the toss and they will bowl. Rohit Sharma is resting while Rahul Chahar makes his debut. Deepak Chahar replaces Khaleel Ahmed.20:44 hrs IST: The toss will take place at 21:00 hrs IST. The match will begin at 21:25 hrs IST.20:30 hrs IST: Rahul Chahar will make his debut today. He was handed his cap by the Indian team. Proud moment for the Chahar family again.20:09 hrs IST: The next inspection will be at 11 AM local, which is 20:40 hrs local time. We might have a curtailed game.20:05 hrs IST: Rohit Sharma and Carlos Brathwaite are having a discussion with the umpires. Does it mean that Virat Kohli is not playing this match?19:55 hrs IST: There are still some dark clouds looming in the horizon. It is windy at the moment and the umpires are conducting an inspection. Some covers are still on the outfield.19:34 hrs IST: The outfield is still a bit wet but Providence is a quick drying ground. Not like the Bourda Oval where even a drizzle would result in knee-deep flooding.19:28 hrs IST: It has stopped raining in Providence, Guyana and the sun is out. The delay might not be too long.19:24 hrs IST: The conditions are still overcast. However, there is a tinge of grass on the wicket. The wicket in Guyana is traditionally slow and low and could assist the spinners.19:13 hrs IST: It is currently raining in Providence, Guyana. So, the toss will be delayed.19:10 hrs IST: West Indies has won just two T20I games in 2018 and 2019. They are yet to win a game this year and they will be hoping to break their jinx in Guyana.19:02 hrs IST: The final game in Providence could give India a chance to test out the likes of KL Rahul and the Chahar brothers. Maybe Ravindra Jadeja might be rested and Rishabh Pant might warm the benches after two poor shots in Florida.18:52 hrs IST: A warm welcome to the third and final Twenty20 International between India and West Indies from Providence stadium, Guyana. Virat Kohli’s side will be gunning for a 3-0 whitewash for the second consecutive time against the Windies. 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By John Burton|RED BANK – It wasn’t just women who came to a rally at Riverside Gardens Park last Saturday.“More than 50 percent of our population is women,” said Errol Logan, a Bound Brook resident who traveled to Red Bank last Saturday to participate in the gathering. “So, it’s important to show our support for women and their issues. “Women’s rights are human rights,” Logan said.Logan was one of what organizers estimated were roughly 500 people – men and women from a wide range of ages, many with young children in tow – who gathered at the borough’s Riverside Gardens Park on the afternoon of Jan. 21.The intent of the rally, organized by the recently formed Greater Red Bank Women’s Initiative, was to show solidarity with the worldwide series of marches and rallies taking place that day. Those marches, initially in support of women’s issues, also came to include concerns over the environment, civil liberties and immigrant rights in light of comments made by President Donald J. Trump leading up to the election and since taking the oath of office on Jan. 20. Many of the participants were wearing the same pink hats visible at the events in New York City, Washington, D.C., and elsewhere. They held signs expressing their views and concerns.The Red Bank event, according to one of the organizers, Ellen Herman, was intended as a nonpartisan expression in the spirit of Red Bank’s tradition of fostering diversity and inclusion. But, as fellow organizer Suellen Sims said in her remarks to the crowd later that afternoon, “That diversity is always an ephemeral quality that can be extinguished too early.” Naulty has “major concerns about this administration’s changes to environmental regulations” and stressed how important it is to “protect this world and all who live in it.”Rubina Tareen, a Muslim who traveled from Pennsylvania to participate in the rally, told the gathering she came to combat fear-mongering. “We gather here today to meet ignorance with understanding,” she said.Red Bank resident Barbara Boas said she attended Saturday’s rally because she was concerned about the direction the nation could be taking with the new administration, especially concerning public education. “It’s not a protest,” she maintained about the day’s activities, “but an announcement that we are here and we’re not going anywhere.”“I felt strongly enough and wanted to be a part of something,” said Nicole Korman, Howell, who came with her 2-year-old son, Logan. “Clearly, something has to be done to keep our ideals.”“The real question,” asked Herman, “is where do we go from here?”“I truly believe the antidote is to get involved,” Sims said.Tim McLoone, the local restaurateur and musician who is active on many community fronts, served as the event’s M.C. and said he believed there is always something to be done. “If you can’t change the wind,” he reminded the crowd, “you can at least adjust your sails.”Lynn Cremona, Neptune, vowed to stay active and offered a warning. “If they thought we were uppity feminists before,” she said, “watch the next four years.” Sims said the day after Trump’s election it was important to reaffirm the shared beliefs of many in attendance. Of the treatment of the immigrant population everywhere, she asked, “Should they be tarnished as ‘the other’?”Several hundred people gathered at Red Bank’s Riverside Gardens Park on Saturday afternoon in a show of unity. Photo courtesy of Anthony V. Cosentino“The values we share,” said the Rev. Jessica Brendler Naulty, senior pastor for the United Methodist Church, 247 Broad St., “is basic human decency.”
The L.V. Rogers tuned up for a big test this coming weekend in Penticton by stopping the Salmo Falcons 98-47 in the final of the Mount Sentinel Wildcats High School Boy’s Basketball Tournament Saturday evening in the South Slocan.Isaiah Kingdon and Jack Sturrup with 23 and 22 points respectively, led the Bomber charge in a contest that saw the entire roster contribute according to LVR coach Ross Naka.LVR, a Double-A team playing against mostly Single-A competition, had an easy time in the tournament.The squad opened by blasting Stanley Humphries Rockers 95-27 and Crowe Hawks of Trail 74-37. The Falcons advanced to the final by opening with a 93-48 win over the LVR Single-A squad.Salmo then needed a solid effort to narrowly edge Grand Forks Wolves 78-76 in semi final play Saturday.The host Wildcats opened the tournament in front of the student body losing 76-63 to the Crowe Hawks.The loss comes a week after the Cats defeated the Hawks by 20 points to capture the Crowe tournament.Mount Sentinel rallied from the loss to win the consolation side of the tourney, 70-47 over Selkirk Storm of Kimberley.Devon Kabatoff led the Cats with 18 points while Adam Twible had 14.The Cats defeated Stanley Humphries 72-23.LVR, 4-5 on the season, travels to Penticton to compete in the Pen-Hi Tournament beginning Thursday.
Dear Editor,The internal dynamics of Guyana are in a potentially explosive political crisis, emanating from who control Guyana. Many intelligent and sincere people are convinced that the taking of or continuation in power by the APNU/AFC coalition Government will be destructive for the nation while the Government satisfies their own self-interest.The most troublesome and worrying development is the Guyana Elections Commission, which was explicitly created to prepare and conduct elections (which the Constitution specified could be held anytime) and which exists to continuously update the voters’ registry and otherwise prepare for elections at any time. GECOM is acting in defiance of the Constitution and continues to be partisan in its behaviour when making critical decisions. It is factual that GECOM is an autonomous Commission that is being financed by taxpayers, and must ensure that its constitutional mandates are being fulfilled despite any external political forces. The drastic action by GECOM to embark on House-to-House Registration cannot satisfy all stakeholders in the holding of credible elections since obligations to hold genuine elections have not been addressed comprehensively or systematically by GECOM.However, no two electoral systems are exactly alike, there is no single model of democracy, there is no one size democracy that fits all, while it differs, the range of democratic systems does share one important similarity that is the intricate link to everyone’s civil rights and obligations.While each country’s sovereign right is to choose how to conduct its elections, UN member states have agreed by a set of obligations and commitments to protect and promote electoral rights of their citizens, basically to ensure that every citizen has the effective right and opportunity to participate in elections on an equal basis.If a Guyanese goes out of the country for six months and returns to Guyana after the final voters’ list has been compiled by GECOM, (but their name was on the last voters’ list), only to be told that their name is no longer on the voters’ list, that would deny this person an opportunity of their constitutional right to vote. Therefore, the ongoing HTH Registration is not only denying this person their right, but many other Guyanese who are holidaying overseas.Guyanese must ask:1) Why is it that GECOM presently doesn’t have a valid voters’ list?2) Why did GECOM allow the voters’ list to expire?3) What happens if there should be by-elections in the Local Government System?Billions are being spent by taxpayers yet officials who are mandated to execute their functions are failing. We must not continue to pay officials for failure and incompetence in GECOM.GECOM, under its new leadership, must act professionally to ensure that Guyana remains a democratic State. The UN, OAS, Carter Center etc must be asked to assist in the preparations for elections before September 18, 2018. Congratulations to the new Chairperson of GECOM.Regards,Zamal Hussain
Some say Isaacs’ calm demeanor matches that of the affluent city he’s protected since 1980, which, with its philosophy of historic preservation and expansive, stylish homes built more than a half-century ago, still maintains an air reminiscent of a more genteel era. “Gary is a very steady fellow,” said former San Marino Mayor Gene Dryden, a 71-year city resident. “He transmits to the community a sense of confidence in the police department. And you get the feeling the people in his department have confidence in him.” Former Arcadia police Chief Bob Hinig agrees, describing Isaacs as “approachable and personable.” “His heart and soul rest with that department,” he said. “He came up through the organization. His intimate knowledge of the community and the personnel in the department give him the best vantage point for guiding the department.” Unlike many who wear the badge, whose dreams of law enforcement began as children, Isaacs didn’t consider becoming a cop until he was 25, having worked in the grocery business for several years after high school. SAN MARINO – Nearly a decade has passed since the city’s last homicide, according to police Chief Gary Isaacs. It was sometime in the mid-1990s, said Isaacs, struggling to pinpoint an exact date for San Marino’s most recent homicide. In fact, Isaacs, who took over as this city’s top cop a year and a half ago, can list San Marino’s outstanding criminal events of the last generation or so on one hand. “The degree of stability here is very comforting,” said Isaacs, a 27-year veteran of the department. “It’s been stable for decades.” “I went on a ride-along with Baldwin Park officers set up by a family friend,” said Isaacs, sitting in his office at the rear of the community’s police facility, “and I have been in love with the profession ever since.” Isaacs said his parents – a former salesman and a homemaker – still live in the same Covina house where he was raised, adding that the middle-class stability of his childhood defined the calm that now reflects in his demeanor. “My mother was always home when we came home from school,” he said, recalling a childhood in the east San Gabriel Valley city with his lone sibling, an older brother. “That really makes a difference in a child’s life, I think.” After attending the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department academy, Isaacs spent three years as an officer in the Baldwin Park department before transferring to San Marino. Policing a city with a notably low crime rate must be met with an attitude of public service, he said, rather than the cops-and-robbers excitement found in areas with more criminal activity. “When I interview potential officers, I look for that attitude,” Isaacs said. “There must be a desire to protect citizens from crime, but there is a crossover to community service that is necessary.” Isaacs, an avid pilot who has been married to his wife, Susan, for 27 years, has managed to merge his dedication to public service with an interest in piloting. Much of his free time is spent teaching students who’ve received piloting scholarships from a fund he established at Mt. San Antonio College. [email protected] (626) 578-6300, Ext. 4461 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Plan to watch LIVE Ohio Ag Net coverage of the Ohio Soil and Water Conservation Commission meeting at 10 a.m. on Thur., Nov. 1.The group will likely make known if they plan to designate eight watersheds in Ohio as distressed.<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>
He spoke of the emotion involved with pulling on the green and gold, the work ethic involved to get there, and the passion that Australians- both competitors and spectators have for sports such as Touch.Dean Russell inspired all with his speech during the Opening Ceremony of the National 18 Years and under Championships yesterday.Russell is the current General Manager of NSW Touch Association, but over the years he has played a much different role to this.With a total of 52 caps for Australia, he was a member of the Australian Mixed Open team between 1986 and 1993.And although he was taking the field in the green and gold when most participants at this tournament were youngsters, his words could not have been more relevant.He described the pride involved when watching a fellow Australian excel in the sporting arena.“No doubt we all gazed in adoration of Cathy Freeman as she sat motionless on the track after winning at the Sydney Olympics, or like me, were swearing at the TV as those Italians dived to rob the Socceroos of a World Cup dream or been screaming with the masses as Thorpie mowed down Gary Hall Jnr to snatch a thrilling victory in the 4 x 100 metres freestyle relay at Sydney,” he said. “All famous sporting moments that makes us proud.”But Russell believes that this feeling is nothing compared to actually taking to the field as a representative of your country, personally.“The first time you pull on the green and gold to represent your country in your chosen sport is a feeling that is unsurpassable and one that doesn’t change from the first time or your 52nd time,” he said.“That first moment is hard to describe but one you will never forget…it’s honour, it’s pride, it’s passion and it’s fear. “But most importantly it’s humility, realising that you are one of a very very few who have been given the privilege to represent Australia with only the one ask, that being to give it your all and to continue the legacy built up by those who have traveled this road before.”Russell is an experienced coach, having coached the Australian Senior Mixed Open team and being the Assistant Coach of both the Australian Mixed Open and Australian Women’s Open teams. He is the current coach of the Australian Women’s 20’s and it was this coaching knowledge that he drew upon when urging the players to strive for the top.He referred to English writer DH Lawrence who said ‘Australians play sport as though their lived depended on it.’“It is these ‘characteristics’ that we as coaches will be looking for in our future athletes,” he said.“So therein lies your challenge for this week, to show this character, not based on the fact to make the National squad but rather to help your own team.”He challenged the players to try that extra bit harder, and to lift when they’re down.“Over this week there are going to be times when things look bleak or times when someone is down, this will be your signal to try that little bit harder. “Don’t yield to the pressure or give up. Stick together on and off the field and keep you and your team going at the opposition at all times. Dig deep and you’ll find strength, believe in yourself and find inspiration in each others efforts. Above all never ever give up.“Be there and get there to make the touch that has to be made, take that ruck that no one wants to take, go to half when you’re so tired your legs are screaming at you to stop and get off the field- make the effort, whatever it is. Slap your sub on the back ‘great work, keep going, we’ve got them’,” he said.These are the inspirational words that will be running through the heads of the players as they take the field this week. It might just help them score that touchdown, or make that touch.
AC Milan ready to go for Man Utd striker Marcus Rashfordby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveAC Milan are ready to go for Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford.Corriere della Sera says Milan are eyeing Rashford as an alternative to Alexandre Pato.Milan need to find a new striker after Zlatan Ibrahimovic chose to commit to a new deal at LA Galaxy.Rashford could attract an approach from Milan regarding a loan deal.The England starlet is highly regarded by United but has started just nine Premier League games this season and scored only four goals. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say