Scramble for Scholarships continues as usual

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich.– The Alpena Community College Foundation hosted their annual competition Saturday.108 golfers from all over town came to the River’s Edge Golf Club today to have fun and support the students of Alpena Community college in the 25th annual Scramble for Scholarships. The main competition was a four–player, best–ball scramble, supplemented with hole–in–one and putting contests.According to A.C.C. Foundation Executive Director Brenda Herman, the event raises funds through admission prices, hole and golf cart sponsorships, raffle tickets, and donations. The event has raised over $400,000 since its inception, thanks to community enthusiasm and support.“My favorite part’s always coming out for the… the scholarships that we’re coming out for.” Said attendee Robert Barrigar, “It’s all about the donations that we’re doing today, getting the group of Alpena together for a good cause.”Here are the top three results from the Scramble for Scholarships:First place team (score – 53)Trevor DenstaedtIan StevensTommy HeinFletcher BoldaSecond Place team (score 54)Mike NunneleyJosh NunneleyCourtney NunneleyJorden SusewitzThird place team (score 56)Phil StraleyBill PetersonTodd SkibaDick BoyceCORRECTION: A previous version of this story stated that the event raised $400,000 every year. This was a misunderstanding. The text has been amended to reflect that the event has raised over $400,000 since it began.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious COVID-19 testing still availableNext Local developer has big plans for two downtown theatreslast_img read more

Bulls coach Jim Boylen: Hooked starters ’embarrassing’ in record loss

first_imgThe Celtics went on to seal a 133-77 thrashing at United Center, with the 56-point margin representing the worst loss in the Bulls’ history. A sullen Zach LaVine hinted Boylen had crossed the line between sending a message to the players and embarrassing them. “We put a lot of hard work into this. I get up, compete every day. I think regardless of whatever the score is, I want to go out there and compete, but obviously we didn’t get a chance to do that. I felt embarrassed. I wish I was out there competing,” LaVine said.Looking for a much different outcome this Monday.Game recap, brought to you by @CinkciarzPL: pic.twitter.com/tLcrCbI4iC— Chicago Bulls (@chicagobulls) December 9, 2018Boylen had no sympathy, however, directing a clear message to his starting five in his postgame news conference: “I think your play is embarrassing. Me subbing them is saving them, maybe. Maybe we saved them.”The pro player thing, this is basketball; this is about honoring the game and doing the right things.”Embarrassment is not giving the effort in that Bulls uniform, so I put five guys in that I thought could put the effort in. “I wanted to give the other guys a chance to see if they could right the ship a little bit. I’ve been a part of teams that have done that before; don’t like the five guys out here, don’t like that combination, look at a new combination, take them all out, let them sit there and think about it.”We didn’t honor the game very well with our effort and our competitiveness, so why not take them all out? We’re a team, so sub five guys and see what they can do.”They’re disappointed, they feel bad about it. We need some leadership to step up, we need some guys to take leadership roles on the team.” Jim Boylen twice subbed out all five starters because they were “embarrassing” as the Bulls suffered their heaviest defeat in franchise history to the Celtics. Boylen, who replaced Fred Hoiberg on Monday, changed his entire group on the floor with seven minutes and 15 seconds remaining in the opening period — then did so again with 21 minutes left in the match. last_img read more

London Series: Five crazy stats from Yankees-Red Sox slugfest

first_img MLB trade news: Yankees owner afraid of what a starting pitcher may cost MLB trade rumors: Who are 4 relievers Red Sox could pursue? In a day and age where baseballs are flying out of ballparks more than ever before, London got a true feel for what the game is becoming.In Game 1 of the London Series between the Yankees and Red Sox, the game started off nutty and ended even nuttier. The two teams combined to score 12 runs in the first inning and the game only got crazier from there in New York’s eventual 17-13 win.Five crazy stats from Game 1 of the London Series:1. The Yankees and Red Sox combined to score 12 runs (six each) in the first inning Saturday. It is the first time since 1989 that has happened in a game (Blue Jays and Athletics) and just the sixth time since 1912. Related Newscenter_img The @Yankees and @RedSox have each scored six runs in the first inning of today’s #LondonSeries game.This is the 6th game since 1912 in which both teams scored six in the first, and first since June 23, 1989 (Toronto at Oakland).— Stats By STATS (@StatsBySTATS) June 29, 20192. The two teams also put up two more six-run frames in the game (one each) marking the first time since 1979 that two teams have each had multiple six-run frames in a single outing.The #Yankees and #RedSox are the first pair of teams each with multiple six-plus run innings in a single game since the Phillies and the Cubs did so on May 17, 1979.— Ryan M. Spaeder (@theaceofspaeder) June 29, 20193. Masahiro Tanaka and Rick Porcello combined to give up nine hits and 12 runs while pitching one combined inning (Tanaka 2/3, Porcello 1/3). This is just the third time in MLB history two starters gave up six runs and didn’t get out of the first inning. This is 3rd game in MLB history in which both starters allowed 6+ ER and didnt get out of 1st inning.The other two: Blue Jays-A’s June 23, 1989 and Red Sox-Browns Aug 4, 1948.— Katie Sharp (@ktsharp) June 29, 20194. The 37 combined hits is the most in a Red Sox-Yankees game since at least 1908.36 combined hits is the most in a Yankees-Red Sox game since (at least) 1908.— Katie Sharp (@ktsharp) June 29, 20195. The 30 combined runs is the second most ever scored in a Red Sox-Yankees game (August 21, 2009).With 29 combined runs, this is tied for 2nd most in Red Sox-Yankees game all-time (also happened in 15-14 Yankees win on July 29, 1903).Most combined runs in the rivalry is 31, a 20-11 win on August 21, 2009.— Katie Sharp (@ktsharp) June 29, 2019last_img read more

Fresh challenge for England U16 boys

first_img An England U16 boys’ team will take on a fresh challenge when they play in a Quadrangular match against Wales, Holland and Ireland next month It’s the first time England has played in the round robin event which takes place at Prestatyn, Wales, from 11-13 April. Each match will feature foursomes and singles. The team includes Dominic Clemons, Matthew Freeman (image © Leaderboard Photography) and Callum Macfie who represented England at U16 level last year. Clemons is also the Scottish U14 open champion. The full team is: Dominic Clemons (Gog Magog, Cambridgeshire), Jake Craddock (Sleaford, Linconshire), Enrique Dimayuga (Cuddington, Surrey), Matthew Freeman (Worksop, Nottinghamshire), Tom Gregory (Stoke Park, Berks, Bucks & Oxon), George Leigh (Trevose, Cornwall), Callum Macfie (Lindrick, Yorkshire) and Ben Pierleoni (Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire). 23 Mar 2017 Fresh challenge for England U16 boys last_img read more

New Basie Expansion Will Require More Parking

first_imgBy John BurtonRED BANK – With plans to greatly expand the Count Basie Theatre, making way for bigger productions and larger drawing shows, there will be a need for more parking and officials are giving that consideration.Following Monday’s announcement at the Count Basie Theatre concerning its planned upward of $20 million proposed expansion, Mayor Pasquale Menna said, “We also have to have parking,” to accommodate those additional visitors in the coming years, but “We’re challenged in what we can do.”Menna explained borough officials are planning on conducting environmental testing of the White Street municipal lot. That would be the first step, he said, before eventually moving for ward with the long discussed construction of a parking garage on the site.“It’s expensive to test,” Menna offered, to determine the condition of the White Street property. And given that, Red Bank RiverCenter has agreed to shoulder some of the cost.James Scavone, executive director of RiverCenter, said his organization has agreed to cover half the price.The borough attorney is in the process of drafting the agreement “but we don’t know anything yet,” as to the details or cost, Scavone said.Red Bank RiverCenter is the management and advocacy organization for the borough’s business special improvement district.In addition to the testing, borough officials will seek in the near future requests for proposals for some combination of a public/private partnership, Menna said.It is the mayor’s hope that a private entity would look to construct a mixed-use facility, maybe something containing retail or residential units in addition to a multi-tiered parking deck.In the past Menna had said he would support such a project but only one that “made sense for the taxpayers.”White Street would be the optimum spot for such a facility, officials have said previously, given it is borough-owned and sits in the center of the downtown business district.
“I definitely think it can be a very positive sign, a step in the right direction, for sure,” the overtures the mayor is making for a parking remedy, Scavone offered.But getting the appropriate proposal and completing the testing will take time. “Putting the pieces of the puzzle is a time consuming effort,” Menna said.Debate over whether to construct a public parking garage to address a chronic parking space shortfall has a long history in the borough, with traditionally the business community continuing to support it, believing it would make the downtown business district more accessible and competitive; but residents in the past have expressed vocal objections to it, at least when it involved officials spending taxpayer money to construct it. That was the case in 2001 when homeowners’ and voters’ anger over a proposed $11.5 million bond ordinance eventually led to the borough council withdrawing the plan – after then-councilman Menna said he intended to vote against it.last_img read more

Nelson’s Julien Locke golden at Haywood NorAm World Junior and U23 Championships

first_imgNelson’s Julien Locke continues to ring in the New Year in style after the Black Jack skier won the gold medal at the Haywood NorAm World Junior and U23 Championships Thursday at Lappe Nordic Ski Centre near Thunder Bay, Ont.Locke, who got his start in racing at the Nelson Nordic Ski Club, came from being the fifth qualifier to a dominant three-second win in the Senior Men’s Heats finals. Locke, 22, edged out Patrick Stewart-Jones of Nakkertok for the top prize in the 1.3 kilometer freestyle race.Augus Foster of Thunder Bay was third.The results should qualify Locke for a spot on the Canadian U23 Championship team that will be in Turkey for the World Championships in February.Earlier this season Locke won a bronze medal in the 1.5 kilometer Sprint Distance at the U.S. Cross Country Championships at Michigan Tech University in Houghton Michigan.Lock, who trains and races full time at the Black Jack Ski Club in Rossland, also runs a web design, photography and filmmaking business.last_img read more

TWO IN COURT ON FALCARRAGH ASSAULT CHARGES

first_imgStephen O’Donnell pictured outside Letterkenny court todayExclusive: Two people have been released on bail in connection with an assault which has left a man in a critical condition in hospital.The two appeared at Falcarragh District Court sitting in Letterkenny this morning. The first man, Stephen O’Donnell, 20, of Cnoc Fola, Brinaleck, Gaoth Dobhair, was charged with assault under the Non Fatal Offences Against The Persons Act.Garda Sergeant Martin Rochford told the court that O’Donnell was arrested on Main Street Falcarragh at 10.20am on March 19th.He was taken to Glenties Garda station where he was charged at 6.50pm last night.O’Donnell, who was wearing black trousers and a black jacket, made no reply when charged.Garda Inspector David Kelly said Gardai were not objecting to bail but asked for a number of bail conditions.He asked for a curfew of midnight and 8am, that O’Donnell sign on once a week at Falcarragh Garda station, that he not interfere with any witnesses and that he stay at his current address.The other person who appeared in court in connection with the incident was a juvenile.He was also released on bail with similar bail conditions.He cannot be named for legal reasons.Inspector Kelly asked the court to allow for a two month adjournment in the case as further charges may arise.The case relates to an incident in Falcarragh on St Patrick’s night during which a man was seriously injured.Patrick McLaughlin, from Gaoth Dobhair, was allegedly assaulted and was taken to Beaumont Hospital in Dublin where he is being treated for a serious head injury.The 47 year old victim s currently in a critical condition and in a coma.Judge Paul Kelly adjourned the case to a date in May.* At Hearing. Copyright Donegal Daily LtdComments are closed in ongoing casesTWO IN COURT ON FALCARRAGH ASSAULT CHARGES was last modified: March 21st, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Cnoc FolaGaoth DobhairTWO IN COURT ON FALCARRAGH ASSAULT CHARGESlast_img read more