A render of the penthouse living roomThe remaining apartments are priced from $869,000 and construction is due to commence in March.CoreLogic property records show that the sale of the Latitude penthouse is one of the highest ever for the Coolum Beach apartment market. It comes after a rooftop penthouse in the Coolum Caprice building sold for $1.57 million in February last year. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:46Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:46 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p216p216p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenChoosing an apartment to invest in01:47A PENTHOUSE has sold off-the-plan for almost four times the average unit price at Coolum Beach.It will be built in the Latitude Coolum Beach development, which launched to the market a month ago. Just seven apartments, including the penthouse, will be built by the developer, HMR Projects.HMR Projects director Ken Reed said the penthouse had sold for “in excess of $1.5 million”.The median apartment sales price in Coolum Beach is $399,000, according to property data firm CoreLogic. The median house sales price is $695,000. More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020A render of the Latitude Coolum Beach developmentNorth Shore Realty principal Noel Mooney, who is marketing the project, said the response to the development had been very positive ― both from a sales perspective and from locals who have been interested in what was planned for the premium site.“Coolum has experienced one of its best Christmas/New Year periods, with an influx of holiday-makers to the area and many of them have been excited about the development,” he said.“We’ve also found that people who holiday in Coolum each year have been attracted to the property as they look to secure a home for the future.”Mr Mooney said the vast majority of interest had come from owner occupiers. Once completed, Latitude Coolum Beach will consist of six three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments, and the 247 sqm penthouse. Aerial view over Coolum Beach. Photo Lachie Millard“Two of the apartments sold within days of being released to the market and the penthouse sold within a few weeks,” HMR Projects director Ken Reed said. “The apartments have appealed to both local and relocating owner occupiers, as well as Brisbane residents looking for a coastal weekender they can escape to.”
Florida’s Port Canaveral has closed commercial operations in preparation for the arrival of the Hurricane Irma, which is packing sustained winds of 180 mph.The Canaveral Port Authority has released all non-essential employees from work at a close of business on Thursday acting upon the Brevard County evacuation order.“As of 12 Midnight tonight, all non-hurricane port operations will have ceased,” the port authority said in a release.Brevard County announced on Thursday that mandatory evacuations will start at 3:00 pm on Friday, September 8 for the barrier islands, Merritt Island, and some of the mainland areas along the Indian River Lagoon.Due to the port closure, Carnival Cruise Line said that its ship Carnival Magic would re-route to New Orleans to avoid the weather.“Carnival Magic current cruise (Sept. 3-9 from Port Canaveral) will proceed directly to New Orleans where we will arrive on Saturday, Sept. 9. Guests will be given the opportunity to disembark and make independent arrangements to travel home. Guests also have the option to remain on board and sail back with us to Port Canaveral, where we will disembark the ship as soon as the port reopens,” the latest update from the company reads.Furthermore, given the storm’s projected path, Carnival canceled the following sailings:– Carnival Liberty – Sept. 7 three-day Bahamas cruise from Port Canaveral– Carnival Victory – Sept. 8 three-day Bahamas cruise from Miami– Carnival Splendor – Sept. 9 – five-day Eastern Caribbean cruise from Port Everglades– Carnival Liberty – Sept. 10 – four-day Bahamas cruise from Port CanaveralThe company said all guests would be provided with a full refund.“We remain in constant contact with port officials regarding potential port closures in South and Central Florida. Given the uncertainty of the storm’s impact, we will be shortening the duration of several upcoming cruises,” the company added.Royal Caribbean said that it was cancelling planned truips of the Empress of the Seas for September 9 Cuba cruise, and the September 8 Bahamas cruises for the Enchantment of the Seas and Majesty of the Seas.The return of the current sailings of Oasis, Harmony and Allure of the Seas, has been delayed until the storm has passed.Virgin Islands seaports are closed to commercial traffic, including the seaplane. There is no ferry service to the BVI or St. Croix.However, there is ferry service between Cruz Bay, St. John and Red Hook, St. Thomas until further notice, Virgin Islands Port Authority said.Port readiness condition whiskey was set for the Ports of Savannah and Brunswick due to the potential impact from the hurricane. Port condition X Ray was set for the Port of Miami and Port Everglades on Thursday, which is likely to switch to condition Zulu by Saturday morning.Port Condition X-RAY was set for the ports of Manatee, St Petersburg, and Tampa Bay.The eye of the category 5 hurricane Irma continues to move north of the coast of Hispaniola, approaching the Turks and Caicos and southeastern Bahamas. It is expected to reach somewhere between Cuba and Florida by early Sunday morning.World Maritime News Staff
Seismic company SeaBird Exploration increased its revenues during the last quarter of 2018 and managed to cut its losses compared to the prior-year period.Eagle Explorer; Source: SeaBird ExplorationIn its financial report released on Tuesday SeaBird said it had recorded revenues of $6.8 million in 4Q 2018 compared to $5.4 million in 3Q 2018 and $5.5 million in 4Q 2017.The company reported a net loss of $3.7 million for 4Q 2018 compared to the net loss of $4.9 million in the same period in 2017.The company had a vessel utilization of 58% in 4Q 2018, compared to 55% in 3Q 2018 and 42% in 4Q 2017.The company had three active vessels during the quarter, one vessel starting operations late in 4Q after docking, and one vessel warm stacked. SeaBird said it expects to maintain four vessels in operation for the first quarter of 2019 and expects utilization for 1Q 2019 to be higher than 4Q 2018. Tendering activity healthy SeaBird said that the improved oil & gas sentiment seen earlier in the year continued in quarter four, although the reduction in the oil price created some near-term uncertainty in the financial markets. Tendering activity continued at a healthy level.According to the company, most contracts year to date have been related to ocean bottom seismic surveys (OBN) largely driven by the oil & gas companies’ focus on increased oil recovery on producing fields, as well as near-field exploration. The OBN market is thus experiencing strong growth with tenders coming from all geographic regions. OBN-related source vessel tenders have a high conversion rate.“We continue to see a healthy number of exploration-related 2D and 3D streamer survey tenders, and we were recently awarded two 2D contract surveys in South America.“Multi-client streamer activity is still lagging given limited prefunding. We would expect this market segment to improve as exploration spending by the oil companies increases,” SeaBird said.“With many oil companies now indicating increased exploration activity and spending in 2019, we expect tender activity to recover and continue at a solid rate going forward. Moreover, we believe the ongoing consolidation of the seismic fleet and the reduction in seismic streamer operators have improved the company’s position in its core markets,” SeaBird stated.Seismic spending in 2018 has largely been targeting increased oil recovery (IOR) from producing fields and near-field exploration, and this has resulted in a commensurate increase in source vessel demand related to ocean bottom seismic surveys. SeaBird stated it expects the growing volume of ocean bottom seismic activity to continue in 2019.
After one year, according to the citygovernment’s Public Safety and Transportation Management Office (PSTMO) headJeck Conlu, the Cachos and vendors would discuss the rental rate. Cacho also promised to further improvethe area to ensure the comfort of the vendors and customers, said Dorado. ILOILO City – Displaced sidewalkvendors relocated at the vacant Cacho lot along JM Basa Street won’t berequired to pay rent for a year. It’s a good news for displaced sidewalk vendors of Iloilo City! They will get one-year free rental for using the Cacho property along J.M. Basa Street. Dorado said there more than 254vendors’ stalls at the Cacho property. “Nalipaygid kami,” said Dorado, because it could helpease their financial difficulties. “Sangwala ‘ya pa kami naistorya pinsar namon indi kami magdugay diri,” he added. PSTMO led the road and sidewalkclearing operations that displaced the vendors. The road clearing was in line withPresident Rodrigo Duterte’s order to local government units to reclaim publicroads being used for private ends. “Ga-amat-amatna kami adjust sa amon sitwasyon. We hope nga mahuman tani ang plano kag maplastarkami sang maayo,” said Dorado./PN No less than Panay Electric Co.administrative manager Marcelo Cacho brought them the good news during a visiton Wednesday, according to Jimmy Dorado, federation president of the city’ssidewalk vendors.
West Brom boss Steve Clarke only has eyes for the Baggies just now – but he is not ruling out returning to an assistant’s role in the future. Press Association With Jose Mourinho tipped to return to Chelsea in the summer, there has been some talk that Clarke might be enticed back to Stamford Bridge, where he worked with the controversial coach for three years, during which time Chelsea won two Premier League titles. “At the moment, this one is the best one for me,” Clarke said. “This is the one I’ve waited a long time for. I’ve served a big apprenticeship to be here and be the guy who makes the final decisions. Right now, I’m really comfortable and happy in this job.” Yet sheer expediency means Clarke is not prepared to rule out becoming an assistant again. After all, should he ever lose his current job, he would have to find another. “I need to work,” he said. “I won’t stay out of the game just because I want to be my own man. Other opportunities could present themselves in the future – nobody knows what’s going to happen.! Clarke clearly does not want to talk publicly about Mourinho, and insists the pair have not spoken about his future plans. In any case, Clarke has enough on his plate at the moment as he tries to ensure that West Brom’s season does not just fizzle out. And, ahead of the Barclays Premier League encounter with Newcastle, there are other issues to discuss, namely the future of Goran Popov, whose loan period from Dynamo Kiev is due to expire at the end of the season. Initially, Popov was a first-team regular following his arrival from Ukraine. But the spitting incident against Tottenham that led to him being sent off and serving a three-match ban saw him dislodged by Liam Ridgewell, and the Macedonian has not actually played a game since. Clarke said he has given it some thought but a decision won’t be made until the end of the season, adding: “I haven’t sat down or had long conversations with him but I know Goran is happy here. The only thing he’s unhappy about is that he hasn’t had more minutes on the pitch.”
Di Canio approached frustrated Sunderland supporters at the end of the game and gestured that they should keep their chins up. He received a mixed reaction but appeared determined to show he could withstand any abuse. The Italian feels that after a summer of hectic transfer activity he needs time for his influence to take effect. He said: “The team, not intentionally, have not gelled together yet but that is normal. “It is a natural process and it is difficult. We have made many changes, we have 14 new players from many countries. “It is obvious one day if we keep going lose, lose, lose there will be a natural consequences, not only for Paolo di Canio. “I don’t think they will want to keep Paolo di Canio, they will probably want to change. But I don’t think that now. “Even if you see you are 10th in the table in this league someone can sack you because maybe they expect more. “It is our job but I am not worried about that. I am worried about the result because obviously we want to deliver different results. I know it’s difficult.” Sunderland were composed but were unable to force themselves back into the game after Sessegnon pounced on a rebound in the 20th minute. One of their best chances to equalise fell to Steven Fletcher but he volleyed over and, in another twist of fate, landed awkwardly and had to leave the field. With all substitutes used, Sunderland had to play on with 10 men and were further punished by Liam Ridgewell and Morgan Amalfitano. Di Canio said of his gestures to fans at full time: “We are a group, when we win – and we didn’t win yet in the league – and when we lose. “I am the person responsible. They have to receive all the energy, and this time it was negative, but they stick with us and they are absolutely right. “We did very bad. Sometimes you can help the people to push out the anger. Maybe they can feel better. “I wanted to show them that I am never going to give up. I believe in what I’m doing, even if in this moment it is difficult for everybody to believe.” Di Canio claimed not to be bothered that Sessegnon had marked his Baggies debut with a goal against his former club. He said: “A West Bromwich Albion footballer scored. What is the problem? It could have been another, but it was him.” The further frustration for Di Canio, with tough games against Liverpool and Manchester United ahead, is that striker Fletcher could be missing with the shoulder injury that forced him off. He said: “We have sent him to hospital. He came back very good from his ankle injury and quickly, and now he may have to stay out for more than two weeks. “It was painful. The shoulder was still out and they couldn’t touch it. It is very bad at the moment, everything is negative.” While the problems continue for Di Canio, opposite number Steve Clarke was pleased to register a first victory of the season for Albion. The Scot said: “It was not quite perfect but obviously a good afternoon for us. It was a game we felt we should win. “Once we got our noses in front we had a good control of the game and circumstances went for us as well – at 1-0, before the nervous last 15 minutes, they lost Steven Fletcher. That helps. “Immediately we made it 2-0. All in all, a good afternoon.” Clarke was also pleased with the immediate impact made by Sessegnon, who refused to celebrate his goal. He said: “He did what we brought him here to do. He is clever on the ball, he is bright, he is an entertainer. “He has got some goals in him as well, so a pleasing debut for him. “I think he showed respect to Sunderland. The fans liked him and loved him as a player. “He is quite an engaging character and he chose not to celebrate. That’s fine. If he wants us to celebrate more than him I’m happy with that.” Sunderland manager Paolo di Canio accepts he may have a limited amount of time to turn around his side’s poor start to the season – but is confident he will. The Black Cats remain fixed to the bottom of the Barclays Premier League without a win after slumping to a 3-0 loss at West Brom. To compound matters for Di Canio, the Baggies’ opening goal was scored by Stephane Sessegnon, the player he sold to the midlands club earlier this month amid some acrimony. Press Association
MANCHESTER, N.H. — Ellsworth senior Dan Curts took top honors in a field of 229 runners and the Eagle boys placed third among 30 teams in the small schools five-kilometer race in Saturday’s 38th annual Manchester Invitational at Derryfield Park.Curts completed the 5K course in 15 minutes and 23 seconds, edging runner-up Jose Holt-Andrews of Telstar by four seconds.Senior Brayden Beardsley was the second runner in for the Eagles, placing 15th in 16:59.He was followed by senior Robert Looker, 22nd in 17:11; senior Frank King, 29th in 17:30; sophomore Cooper Holmes, 58th in 18:14; sophomore Conrad Svec, 116th in 19:23; and sophomore Talor Hamilton, 185th in 21:07.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe Eagles were solidly in third place with 111 points, finishing behind champion East Greenwich, Conn., with 54 points and runner-up Harwood High School of Moretown, Vt., with 66 points.In the girls’ small schools competition, Ellsworth senior Aleta Looker was third overall in the field of 194 runners with a time of 18:23.She trailed only winner Kirsti Sandreuter of Greely, who finished in 18:59, and runner-up Carmen Bango of Woodstock, Vt., who finished in 19:13.Behind Looker for Ellsworth were junior Hayley Lawrence, 52nd in 22:05; junior Mariah Brown, 73rd in 22:51; junior Olivia Lounder, 136th in 25:16; sophomore Julia Zavaleta, 145th in 25:49; junior Allie McKowen, 188th in 31:17; and sophomore Katie Walton, 190th in 32:21.The Eagle girls finished 12th among 29 teams with 370 points.Find in-depth coverage of local news in The Ellsworth American. Subscribe digitally or in print. GSA surges in 4th to win Northern Maine title – February 26, 2017 Latest posts by Hugh Bowden (see all) Latest Posts Hugh BowdenExecutive EditorHugh writes editorials, covers Hancock County sports and helps out where needed in The American’s editorial department. When he’s not on the sidelines, he enjoys playing jazz and tennis. email@example.com Like he did in the ’60s, Noel Paul Stookey sings out in troubling times – December 27, 2017 Bio Is this the kind of government we deserve? – July 10, 2017
ELLSWORTH — The Ellsworth competition cheer team advanced to the state championships in Augusta after finishing second at the Class B North championships in Bangor on Saturday.Ellsworth finished behind only Hermon, which has won five of the past six state championships. Old Town, John Bapst, Presque Isle and Gardiner rounded out the rest of the state championship qualifiers. Joining them will be Medomak Valley, Wells, Leavitt, Freeport, Mountain Valley and Morse from Class B South. Mount Desert Island finished eighth.In Class C North, Bucksport and Sumner also qualified for the state championships by finishing third and fifth, respectively. The state championships for all classes will be held Feb. 11 at the Augusta Civic Center. The Class B routines are scheduled to begin around 2 p.m. that day.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text
The former OGC Nice of France coach was appointed to lead Eagles in November 2016 and steered the team to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia with a game to spare.Rohrâ€™s contract was extended by the NFF till 2020.â€œHappy birthday to @NGSuperEagles Coach Gernot Rohr. The staff at the Essentuki Team Base Camp offered him a cake and bouquet of flowers to celebrate his day,â€ the Nigerian Football Federation tweeted, with a picture of a celebrating Rohr surrounded by staff of the base camp.Rohr has been in charge of the Super Eagles for 20 games, winning nine, losing six and drawing five.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Thursday congratulated Technical Adviser of the Super Eagles, Gernot Rohr, who clocked 65 years Thursday.The gaffer born on June 28 1953 in Mannheim Germany was hosted to a reception by staff of Eaglesâ€™ team base hotel in Essentuki yesterday.The birthday is coming a day after his wards left the World Cup for their respective bases in Europe after Nigeria lost to Argentina in St Petersburg.
Published on October 11, 2010 at 12:00 pm Contact Michael: firstname.lastname@example.org | @Michael_Cohen13 Comments Tom Polech’s closet contains greatness. When opened, it reveals a glimpse into history. A chronological tour of the last decade of Syracuse basketball. Nine jerseys reside in Polech’s closet, each one honoring a former Orange player he adored. There’s the old Gerry McNamara No. 3 jersey. The Hakim Warrick-customized Memphis Grizzlies jersey. And two different Denver Nuggets jerseys with the name ‘Anthony’ embroidered across the back. But Polech, a senior engineering and computer science major, brushes over these when asked about his favorite. That honor is bestowed upon two of the newest jerseys in his collection. Two jerseys with the white numerals 4 and 10 stitched onto blue mesh. ‘I’m a pretty big jersey collector, but the Wes and Jonny Timberwolves jerseys are right up there as the top two,’ he said. Wes Johnson and Jonny Flynn, that is — two of Polech’s all-time favorite Syracuse basketball players.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Friday night, that pair returns to the Carrier Dome for an NBA preseason game between the Minnesota Timberwolves and Detroit Pistons. The two will be joined by current Minnesota teammate and former Syracuse guard Jason Hart in a homecoming for three of SU’s most celebrated players from the past decade. *** Sean Madden showed up almost two hours early. Standing there, he waited patiently, just for the chance to spend a few precious seconds with Wes Johnson. It was Aug. 21, and Johnson was making his first public appearance in the Syracuse area since declaring for the NBA draft in the spring. Wearing an ‘I Love NY’ T-shirt, Johnson signed autographs for hundreds of fans in Great Northern Mall in Clay, N.Y. Finally, after two hours of waiting, Madden, a resident of Oswego, N.Y., got his turn with the superstar. Nothing more than a brief few moments. Nothing more than an autograph and a picture. But it was worth the wait. ‘It was an awesome experience just to meet him,’ Madden, 27, said. ‘Even if it was only for 30 seconds.’ As much as Madden went to meet Wes Johnson the basketball player, he went just as much to meet Wes Johnson the person. The guy who, as a member of the Syracuse basketball team this past season, was constantly smiling and always looked like he was having fun. After all, Madden had been to just about every home game of Johnson’s only season with the Orange. He saw Johnson’s unselfish play and the respect he had for his teammates. He saw it as something unique. ‘He knows he’s good, but he takes the time (for the fans),’ Madden said. ‘He doesn’t have to sit in Great Northern Mall for three hours (sic) signing autographs for no money. For him to do things like that and after he left Syracuse to come back … That, I think, defines what kind of athlete and what kind of person he is.’ That day, Johnson signed autographs for 30 minutes past his scheduled ending time. *** Years from now, Jeremy Long can thank his cousin’s boyfriend for the chance to see Wes Johnson’s arrival. It was this boyfriend that got tickets for Long, a student at Onondaga Community College, and his family to attend the game between Syracuse and North Carolina in Madison Square Garden last season. Sitting in the lower level of the World’s Most Famous Arena, behind the Carolina bench, Long witnessed a game he will never forget. ‘The game before he had, like, 17 points against California, but then you play against North Carolina, who is No. 4 in the country,’ Long said. ‘And still you just see this Wes Johnson kid just take off.’ Johnson burst onto the national stage with 25 points and eight rebounds that night as the No. 24 Orange upset the Tar Heels. Following that victory, Syracuse moved up 15 spots to No. 9 in the polls and wouldn’t find itself outside the Top 10 for the remainder of the season. ‘That was definitely his entrance to Syracuse,’ Polech said. ‘If you didn’t believe in him before that, you did after those two games.’ After Johnson walked away from the 2K Sports Coaches vs. Cancer Classic with 42 points, 19 rebounds and seven blocks in two games in New York City, the whole country knew his name. ‘I talked to a couple of Carolina fans at that game, and they said that the team they were worried about most was Syracuse,’ Long said. ‘People started to realize, ‘Oh, this Wes Johnson kid is really good.’ ‘It’s definitely my most memorable moment from him.’ *** From Section 214, Row A of the Dome, Long witnessed another emphatic entrance by a Syracuse basketball player. This time it was Jonny Flynn. A season ticket holder since 2003, Long has missed just a handful of games in those seven years. He’s seen dozens of games, but Flynn’s debut against Siena on Nov. 12, 2007, remains one of the more special. ‘His very first game as a freshman, he came up and scored 28 points in the opening game,’ Long said. ‘A Syracuse record by a freshman.’ Flynn made his presence felt by setting the Syracuse record for points by a freshman, making his debut in SU’s 97-89 win over the Saints. Polech, then just a freshman at SU, remembers the game from a unique vantage point: It was his first home game in the Dome’s student section. ‘By the end of the game, the student section was chanting his name,’ Polech said. ‘I thought that was pretty cool.’ But it was the next night against St. Joe’s when Long realized how good this tiny six-foot point guard could be. From that very same seat in the Dome, Long watched Flynn bury a three point basket with just 5.3 seconds left to give the Orange the win. Apparently, Flynn was not only talented, he was clutch, too. ‘He only scored five points, but he ends up making the game-winning three pointer,’ Long said. ‘That was when you knew he was going to be something special.’ *** It might have been the worst night to work in Sean Madden’s life. On March 12, 2009, Madden had to turn down tickets to the Big East tournament quarterfinal between Syracuse and Connecticut. Little did he know the magnitude of the game he would be missing. ‘I wasn’t really planning on going, but I was offered tickets,’ Madden said. ‘But I ended up being scheduled for work. … I still had a good time watching the game.’ Who wouldn’t have? Willed by Flynn, who played 67 out of 70 possible minutes, scored 34 points and dished out 11 assists, the Orange battled through six overtimes before finally beating the Huskies, 127-117. It was one of the greatest games in NCAA history, and anyone could have appreciated it, Madden said. ‘I talked to people who never watched a basketball game a day in their life, but they stayed up to watch that game,’ he said. ‘How could you go to bed?’ That season was the only time Madden has ever had season tickets for Syracuse basketball. He witnessed every home game in Flynn’s final season from Row C in Section 113. His fondest memory of that season was an overtime win over Georgetown on Valentine’s Day in the Dome. In that 98-94 barn burner, Flynn went for 25 points and 13 assists. It was his unselfishness, Madden said, that he will never forget about the little point guard. ‘Even scoring 25 points, Jonny was so unselfish,’ Long said. ‘I think Flynn knew he was good, but if somebody else was having a particularly good game, then that’s who he gave the ball up to. His sense of team and playing as a team really defines who he is and how he plays the game.’ *** Come Friday, Polech said he will be wearing the Wes Johnson Timberwolves jersey when he attends the preseason game. Not because he likes Johnson any better than Flynn, only because Flynn is rehabilitating an injury and won’t be playing in the game. If both of them were playing, perhaps the story would be different. ‘I would probably wear one and bring the other then,’ he said. ‘Maybe trade on and off during the game.’ But despite Flynn’s absence from the court Friday night, he’ll still be there, sitting courtside in the place where he made a name for himself. And it’s the return of the trio of Flynn, Johnson and Hart that will matter most to Syracuse fans. It’s that chance to see their heroes one more time in the building they made echo and roar. ‘I think it’s going to mean a great deal to the community to have them back,’ Madden said. ‘I think when they introduce the lineups, you can watch and listen to the applause, and I think that will speak for itself.’ Mjcohe02@syr.edu Facebook Twitter Google+