Redshirt junior Ryan Evans (5) registered 13 points, six rebounds and four assists in first career start at forward for Wisconsin against Kennesaw State in the season opener.[/media-credit]Walking into the Kohl Center is hard enough, even when the Wisconsin men’s basketball team isn’t making nearly 59 percent of its shots.Colgate University will venture inside the arena today to tip off against No. 14 Wisconsin, who appeared to do no wrong in its season opener against Kennesaw State Saturday.In the 85-31 victory, Wisconsin put forth an astounding offensive effort, hitting 58.8 percent of shots from the field and 60 percent from the perimeter. The Badgers featured eight players who attempted at least one three-pointer, and not one of them made less than 50 percent of their tries from the arc.Although a team’s success-rate shooting the ball inevitably ebbs and flows, kicking off the 2011-12 season in such a way still served as a confidence booster for the Badgers, according to assistant coach Lamont Paris.“It’s a huge confidence booster; we were in a flow” Paris said. “Sometimes you just have nights like that where you can get the same shots [that], in another game, maybe not make quite as many.”As Paris also pointed out, the Badger offense did well to distribute the bevy of opportunities present in Saturday’s game. Five players finished in double-figure scoring – with guards Josh Gasser and Ben Brust leading the way with 14 each – and the team accumulated 23 assists, with point guard Jordan Taylor producing seven himself.Against Kennesaw State, a much smaller school from the Atlantic Sun Conference, Wisconsin’s dominance extended farther than just shooting the ball. The Badgers outrebounded the Owls 41-20 and also allowed just eight points in the first half.But for forward Ryan Evans – who put up 13 points, six rebounds and four assists in his first career start – allowing 31 points on the day was the team’s biggest accomplishment.“I think scoring’s going to always come,” Evans said. “You always got guys who want to put the ball in the hoop, so the main thing is defense. Being able to hold a team to 31 points is huge cause you can always find ways to put the ball in the hoop, but defensively, that’s where you kind of worry.”Wisconsin’s defense will have to stay on its toes against Colgate, who began their season with similar success shooting the ball. In a 78-74 win over Binghamton University, the Raiders converted on 49 percent of its shots from the field while also seeing 33.3 percent of their three-pointers fall into the basket.Guard Mike Venezia and forward Sterling Melville led the scoring effort for the Raiders in that game with 22 and 17 points, respectively. And another forward-guard pair, Brandon James and Mitch Rolls, just missed out on double-figures by adding another nine points apiece.Wisconsin held a formidable advantage over Kennesaw State, but won’t exactly have the same edge over Colgate. The Raiders boast a 6-foot-11, 263-pound center in John Brandenburg, who, in 27 minutes in the season opener, blocked four shots and scoured the boards for a game-high 11 rebounds. He didn’t figure too much into the offensive output, however, scoring just five points in the game.From what forward Jared Berggren has gathered so far in practice, Colgate is a team with a plentiful amount of size and shooters that enjoys flaring to the outside for open threes.“I know they do have a few big guys,” Berggren said. “From what the scout team ran at us today, there was a lot of flares and stuff, so guys can shoot it. We expect a good team, so we know we have to execute and be ready to compete and take care of business on Wednesday.”Wisconsin is also witnessing the emergence of Brust, who spent nearly the entirety of last season watching from the sidelines as a freshman. Brust was the first substitute in for the Badgers on Saturday and spent 23 total minutes on the floor, tying for the team lead in points while also adding three rebounds and two steals.Eyes will certainly be on Brust come Wednesday to see if the 6-foot-1 sophomore can reproduce the effort seen against KSU.And Paris believes Brust won’t disappoint.“I think he’s going to be a consistent performer,” he said. “He has an explosiveness to him from the offensive end where it’s not like he’s searching and hunting for shots. He can just find 15 shots within the flow of the game, and that’s a talent that some guys don’t have.“He could be really good for us.”Wisconsin vs. Colgate tips off at 7:00 p.m. CT and can be seen live on ESPN3: http://es.pn/cbb-colgate-uw
9 months ago Manchester United transfer rumours: Erling Haaland’s father spotted at Carrington WE RECOMMEND Also Read: Ferrari Set For Crisis Talks With Sebastian Vettel And Charles Leclerc After CrashSpeaking about the experience Red Bull mechanic Paul Knight said, “The first parabola the team did was really quite strange. There was no sensation while going up or down. Climbing at 2G, with twice your normal body weight, feels like being planted into the ground and you struggle to move. Then that sensation reverses when you go over the top and into freefall.” He also said that the experience was amazing.Also Read: Toro Rosso To Stick With Daniil Kvyat & Pierre Gasly For F1 2020 Written By Also Read: Lewis Hamilton On Alex Albon Future And Red Bull’s Poor Driver LoyaltyAccording to a release from Red Bull Over the course of a week, pit crew members took a crash course in cosmonaut training in preparation for multiple Zero-G flights in the plane’s fuselage along with the F1 car and a 10-strong film crew. Each flight consisted of a series of parabolas, with the aircraft climbing at a 45-degree angle, then falling in a ballistic arc, to produce a period of weightlessness of around 22 seconds before the next climb. Red Bull recently registered victory at the Brazilian Grand Prix with Max Verstappen taking the chequered the flag in the incident-packed race last weekend. The team’s mechanics also made the headlines for officially completing Formula 1’s fastest ever pit stop, changing Max Verstappen’s tyres in a 1.82s. SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV COMMENT 9 months ago Alex Albon retains seat for F1 2020 alongside Max Verstappen First Published: 22nd November, 2019 15:18 IST FOLLOW US Suraj Alva 9 months ago Brazilian GP: Verstappen wins crazy race as both Ferraris crash out Last Updated: 22nd November, 2019 15:18 IST Red Bull Zero Gravity Pit Stop: F1 Team’s Mind-boggling Performance Creates History Red Bull’s zero-gravity team perform fastest ever tyre-change; break the world record of fastest pit stop during the 2019 Brazilain Grand Prix last weekend Following their record-breaking performance, the team have released a video where they have taken their pit stop skills to new heights.Also Read: Alex Albon Retains Seat For F1 2020 Alongside Max VerstappenRed Bull zero gravity pit stopA part of the team’s mechanics completed the world’s first zero-gravity pit stop using the team’s first-ever F1 car, the RB1 from 2005. The crew performed the task with the help of the Russian space agency Roscomos, and aboard an Ilyushin Il-76 MDK cosmonaut training plane. 10 months ago Lewis Hamilton on Alex Albon future and Red Bull’s poor driver loyalty 9 months ago Relaxed Hamilton on top in final Brazil practice
Related Articles Share Analysis by Catchpoint has suggested that major UK online bookmakers ‘failed to deliver on web performance and digital experience’ at this year’s Grand National.The digital performance intelligence firm monitored the performance of top UK betting sites including bet365, Sky Bet, Ladbrokes and Paddy Power in the run-up to and on the day of the big race.Gamebookers trailed the field, with pages taking eight seconds to load, which is longer than the standard for online retail home pages at 3 to 4 seconds. Paddy Power came in at six seconds.Before the race, which was won by One For Arthur, the average time most bookies took to load a full page so that people can start placing bets exceeded four seconds. This can be explained by the presence of large volumes of data and applications that take too long to load.Robert Castley,Robert Castley, Senior ePrformance Engineer at Catchpoint, said: “Online betting websites usually have complex technical platforms that include in-house and third-party software to serve the highly dynamic websites especially at time-sensitive events like horse races.“The Grand National is perhaps one of the most popular events for betting and is an example of where gaming sites must cope with extraordinary surges of traffic. So, keeping your site up and running and performing well on the high-stakes race day is at the heart of whether your online betting business flourishes.“Unfortunately, on Saturday UK betting sites did not maintain a good standard and most pages took considerably longer to load than is acceptable in our digital consumer economy. Whether this frustrated someone placing the winning bet may never be known, but we hope the industry learns from this year and runs a faster digital Grand National next year.”Catchpoint’s tips for maintaining site performance include reviewing how third-party apps like social media plug-ins or multimedia can impact digital experience while applying image and HTML compression to make websites smaller and thus run faster.The company also said it’s important that mobile sites test and control APIs, and that CDN/hosting providers can handle expected traffic and protect a business from distributed denial of service attacks. Submit StumbleUpon PokerStars moves to refresh global appeal with ‘I’M IN’ August 18, 2020 Playtech goes live in the US with bet365 August 7, 2020 Oddschecker: ‘Unusual circumstances’ fail to hinder Royal Ascot traffic July 23, 2020 Share
Balloting for ‘Horse of the Year’ and other awards not based on statistics by a 17-member panel comprising members of the press and Caymanas Track Limited (CTL) officials, is under way and early indications are that the 2015 derby and Diamond Mile winner SEEKING MY DREAM will be crowned ‘Horse of the Year’ by unanimous acclaim. Voting will conclude tomorrow inside the CTL Racing Office at Caymanas Park.Trained by 15-time champion Wayne DaCosta for Member of Parliament Derrick Smith, SEEKING MY DREAM enjoyed a record-breaking season. He won the two richest races on the calendar – the Cal’s Jamaica Derby in June with a purse of $7 million and the inaugural running of the Supreme Ventures Diamond Mile on December 5 which offered a record purse of $13.5 million, both with the season’s leading money-winning rider Omar Walker aboard.Having finished second in the 2000 Guineas, St Leger and CTL Invitational Mile on November 14, SEEKING MY DREAM pushed his 2015 earnings to a record $14.2 million, well clear of stable-companion PERFECT NEIGHBOUR in second with $5.1 million and Superstakes winner FRANFIELD in third with $4.9 million.Bred by Sherman Clachar and Norman Gordon, the chestnut colt by Seeking The Glory out of the 2008 Triple Crown winner and Horse of the Year Alsafra was never worse than second in 10 starts last year – winning five races and finishing second in five as well.SEEKING MY DREAM should also be named champion three-year-old, champion middle-distance performer and champion native-bred horse.hoping for top awardsAs far as DaCosta is concerned, his horses should sweep the top awards. Speaking at Caymanas Park on New Year’s Day, the trainer said:”Seeking My Dream is unchallenged for Horse of the Year, having won the two biggest races on the calendar last year, while Perfect Neighbour who captured important races such as the Gold Cup and Harry Jackson Memorial Cup looks a cinch for first runner up, champion stayer and champion four-year-old and up”, he predicted.”The second runner-up award could be close between my horse Poker Star and the consistent grade-one campaigner Uppa Tune, but Poker Star is a safe bet for champion sprinter and Future King the obvious choice for champion two-year-old,, argued DaCosta.The Horse of the Year Committee will also choose the most improved trainer from a list of four nominees – Harry Parsard (30 wins), Donovan Plummer (19 wins), Marlon Anderson and Neive Graham with 17 wins each as well as most improved jockey from a list comprising Robert Halledeen (72 wins), Paul Francis (52), Shamaree Muir (43), Aaron Chatrie (38) and Jevanne Erwin (36).
VIENNA (AP):Andy Murray closed in on the No. 1 ranking by winning his third straight ATP title at the Erste Bank Open yesterday.The Scot can overtake Novak Djokovic atop the ATP rankings next week if he wins the Paris Masters and the Serb doesn’t reach the final.”I get a step closer with every win, but it’s still a long way from here,” Murray said. “From two to one seems a small jump in a way, but it’s the hardest one to make. To go from 100 to 50 is more spots, but is a lot easier.”In yesterday’s final, Murray defeated Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 6-3, 7-6 (6) for his personal-best seventh title of the season, and 42nd overall. Djokovic has also won seven events this year.”I was thinking more about how you are going to win the match rather than what it would mean if you did win it. But obviously, it’s nice to win my seventh tournament,” Murray said. “A lot of them have come in the last few months. After the Australian Open, I struggled a little bit for a couple of months, but the last few months have been very good.”Murray extended his unbeaten streak to 15 matches after also winning in Beijing and Shanghai.”I think I played my best tennis of the tournament today. That’s pleasing, obviously, as you want to improve as an event goes on,” he said.The 15th-ranked Tsonga, who was the 2011 champion, appeared in his first final of the season, which has been marred by adductor and left knee injuries.GREAT WEEK”It was a positive week for me. It was very good to be in the final,” Tsonga said. “I played good tennis. It was nice to play five matches in a row. It hasn’t happened many times these last couple of months.”Murray advanced to the final after defending champion David Ferrer pulled out with a left leg injury, while Tsonga saved a match point in his 2 1/2-hour semi-final against Ivo Karlovic on Saturday.Murray, who also won in Vienna on his only previous visit in 2014, dominated yesterday’s final from the start. He raced into a 3-0 lead by taking 14 of the first 19 points of the match.He avoided break points in his games, and missed a set point on the Frenchman’s serve at 5-2 but clinched the opening set the next game with his second ace.Murray conceded just two points on his way to a 2-0 lead in the second set. but started to struggle with his first serve as his percentage dropped to 18 halfway through the second set.He hit a forehand long on the only break point for Tsonga to help the Frenchman level at 4-4.Murray missed his first match point in the tiebreaker as he netted a forehand return, but closed out the win on his second chance with an ace.
To Support Reforms and Poverty Reduction The World Bank has approved supplemental financing of US$16.36 million for the Third Poverty Reduction Support Development Policy Operation (PRSDPO-lll) for Liberia.This operation will help respond quickly to the country’s urgent needs, generated by the twin shocks of the Ebola and the sustained slump in global commodity prices, in addition to the impact of the withdrawal of United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL).These factors have worsened the already sharp economic downturn, with severe adverse consequences for employment and fiscal revenues.“The World Bank Group (WBG) has been an active partner in supporting Liberia through the times of crises. It mobilized financial and technical assistance in close coordination and cooperation with other development partners. The WBG stands ready to further support the Government of Liberia in the effort to transform the economy, make it resilient to shocks and improve the well-being of the Liberian people,” said Larisa Leshchenko, World Bank Country Manager in Liberia.This supplemental financing for the PRSDPO-lll comprises US$6.5 million International Development Association (IDA) grant, US$5.5 million IDA credit and US$4,366,500 grant from the Liberia Forest Landscape Single Donor Trust Fund provided by the Kingdom of Norway.This single tranche operation is supplementing the third in a programmatic series of four development policy operations undertaken by the World Bank and is consistent with its Country Partnership Strategy. It will help sustain and deepen the Government of Liberia’s reform efforts in the context of the implementation of the Agenda for Transformation (AfT), which remains the country’s extant medium-term strategy in the wake of the Ebola and commodity price crises.“The twin shocks and the UNMIL drawdown have intensified fiscal pressures and weakened macroeconomic stability. Beyond the short-term response to the twin shocks, Liberia must undergo through deep institutional, economic and social transformation to address key constraints to sustainable and inclusive growth,” said Marina Bakanova and Daniel Boakye, World Bank Co-Task Team Leaders of the Project.This supplemental financing will help to protect priority expenditures and to implement reform measures to put the economy on sound footing under a credible macroeconomic framework. “This will not only support the economic recovery and provide jobs but will also be critical for building resilience to future shocks,” they said.The World Bank’s International Development Association (IDA), established in 1960 helps the world’s poorest countries by providing grants and low to zero-interest loans for projects and programs that boost economic growth, reduce poverty, and improve poor people’s lives. IDA is one of the largest sources of assistance for the world’s 77 poorest countries, 39 of which are in Africa. Resources from IDA bring positive change to the 1.3 billion people who live in IDA countries. Since 1960, IDA has supported development work in 112 countries. Annual commitments have averaged about $19 billion over the last three years, with about 50 percent going to Africa.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
A black GOLF GTI identical to the car that i owner back in the 80’sON THE ROAD, AGAIN. BY BRIAN MCDAIDAll time best carGOLF-TANGO-INDIA. I was asked recently what was the best car I ever drove? I went into a trance in an effort of trying to answer the question. Ironically the car that seem to give me the most grief and attention from the law was the car that I reminisce about most.Back in the 80’s, I had admired this motor since it arrived a couple of years earlier from Dublin in a sorry state. The late Danny Caddye had this battered up Black Golf GTI in the corner of his garage on the Church Lane where he slowly but surely breathed life back into this hot hatch. He upgraded a lot of stuff on it like suspensions and brakes etc. and fitted a new janspeed exhaust system.The exhaust would have help increased the power output of the 1600 fuel injected engine, but for a young idiot like me it was the raw sound that the GTI produced that was so infectious.So a couple of years later, when this car came on the market, I felt this GTI had my name on it. Funny enough when I went into my not-so-friendly bank manager, he wasn’t looking at the same hymn sheet as I was. He was crying about the payments that I missed on the car that I had, and asked how I could manage the payments of a costly car like this? “Make no mistake about it”The car left the factory in Germany with 110 brake horse power and to recall the words of the late Danny Caddye , “make no mistake about it” it probably left that old tin garage in the Church Lane with another few ponies of horse power when Danny was finished with it.I finally got the car of my dreams and after a long talk with the bank manager, he gave me the money. I know this car might not look that fast on paper, but compared to the cars of today some 30 years on, this was a flying machine.One of the things that made them so exciting to drive was the chance that you might not get them stopped due to the very poor brakes. This was only a problem on right hand drive Golfs with the brake servo system fitted to be of most effectiveness to the driver on the left hand drive on the continent.I don’t think it was only the GTI Golf that had this problem with the brakes. It was just that you were going so fast in a GTI, it’s that the lack of brakes was a bigger problem. This Golf was so raw to drive, no power steering and with the stiffened springs and lowered suspension you could feel every stone on the road. I will never forget the memory of driving this car , which is easy to rekindle like when on the Derry Rd. out of Letterkenny. There is a small bump on the main busy road, just past Donaghey’s Motorhomes which is locally known as Shell Bridge. My old GTI would lift and loss the grip on the road as it went over it.Even years on if I am heading out that road on the outside lane, no matter what I am driving. The feeling that you get in your stomach when you become airborne reminds me of them great days behind the wheel of the Golf GTI.Blown Engine.I am not so proud of this today but I managed to blow the engine in this GTI two weeks after I got it. Looking back it probably had more to do with the high mileage than my driving. The engine was rebuilt and I was back on the road and warned by the mechanic to run the engine in very slowly under 40 mph for the first 500 miles. That’s where the problems started for me. On a trip back from Derry one night – doing what I was told to, for a change, driving slowly – I noticed a car following me from Newtowncunninghan to Letterkenny. I made a couple of efforts to move onto the hard shoulder for the car to overtake me but they were ignored.As I arrived on the outskirts of Letterkenny, I noticed the car behind turned out to be unmarked Garda car. Feeling that I had nothing to hide I pulling into Fabies chipper on the High Rd, and surprise surprise the Garda Car pulled in behind me. Two plain clothes detectives approached me and ask to see my driving licence, which I showed them as well as answering questions of my whereabouts that evening. I ask them was there anything wrong, they admitted that I drew attention to myself for driving so slow in a high performance car. That particular evening there was a robbery near Newtown and I ended up as a possible suspect for driving suspiciously too slow. That was the first evening I heard my GTI referred to on the Garda Radio as GOLF-TANGO-INDIA (GTI)Craigavon BridgeI was heading along the lower deck of the Craigavon Bridge, listening to the glorious sound made by my golf in the confined space when all of a sudden the oil light came on. Newly built engines burn oil and knowing that I forgot to check it as regular as I should. I quickly switched off the engine and free wheeled it to where I could get it up on the footpath and out of the traffic .I headed up to the Waterside to buy a gallon of oil, when I found an auto factors they wouldn’t take my punts so I had to go and get sterling from a nearby ATM , then head back to the busy auto factors to buy my oil.I didn’t think I was away from my beloved GTI that long but when I returned the R.U.C. had the whole of the bridge sealed off. In the distance I could see the British army unloading a remote control robot which was preparing to head in the direction of my car to preform a controlled explosion on what the thought was a suspect vehicle, my beautiful Golf!I had some bit of convincing to do, me standing there with my gallon of oil. Did you think it would be OK to leave a Dublin registered free state car abandoned with the hazard lights flashing and the footpath/traffic island, not a good idea. SIR !You could just imagine the looks I was getting when the security services finally decided to open the road after they all gave me a push to get started as the hazard lights flattened the battery. I can still hear one of the out of breath police officers saying to himself as he listened to a message on his radio, “Any developments on GOLF-TANGO-INDIA ?.. Over “ he replied, “I told you, we should have blown this yoke up.”Thirty years on and I still have a Golf , not a GTI unfortunately but a six year old diesel version , which I love, I think the Golf has grown old very gracefully now in their Mk5. The cars still stand out as some with as a car of understated class. Great memories.Donegal Mayor Launches DrawJames Cullen was pictured with Donegal’s Mayor Cllr. Ciaran Brogan who launched the draw for a chance of a holiday of a life time to the Rally Finland Later this year.Donegal Mayor Launches DrawJames Cullen was pictured with Donegal’s Mayor Cllr. Ciaran Brogan who launched the draw for a chance of a holiday of a life time to the Rally Finland Later this year. It’s all a part of the plan to get James Cullen back on the stages for the 2016 Donegal International Rally by taking part in our Bonus Ball competition. Your entry will go towards helping fund James’ run in the Rally and you can win Trip for 2 to Rally Finland with Alan Verso valued at over €2000 The Prize include Return Flights from Dublin Airport, Car Hire, 5 Nights Accommodation in Jyvaskyla ,Stage Passes, Draw will be the National Lottery Draw Saturday 30th April 2016 at 8pmFuel watchI thought for a minute that Applegreen were giving away their petrol and diesel for nothing on the Derry Rd. in Letterkenny this week, until I noticed the makeshift handwritten sign with the prices for Diesel and Petrol on it. Both prices are moving up slowly across donegal over the last few weeks. we will keep you postedAND FINALLY……Well done to the Donegal crew of Marty Gallagher and Dean O’Sullivan who were one the best performing teams of the weekend.After three retirements from the last three rallies, they managed a 33rd overall. It was a great finish considering they lost a lot of time with a puncture on the rally.MY FAVOURITE CAR AND BOMB ALERTS – ON THE ROAD AGAIN WITH BRIAN McDAID was last modified: April 14th, 2016 by John2Share 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)
A man has pleaded guilty to attacking a doorman at a Letterkenny bar.Letterkenny District Court.Ian Balfour, a father-of-four, appeared at Letterkenny Circuit Court today charged with assault causing harm to Sean Gallagher at the Central Bar on February 23rd, 2013. A previous siting of the court heard how the injuries caused to Mr Gallagher were “extremely serious.”Prosecuting barrister Patricia McLaughlin said she was waiting the outcome of a medical report on the matter.Judge Keenan Johnston adjourned the case until April 1st for a report from the probation service.The accused, 37, currently lives at Bellanaleck, Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh and is signing on at a Garda station in Cavan.MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO ATTACK ON LETTERKENNY DOORMAN was last modified: January 28th, 2014 by StephenShare 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:assaultCentral BarIan Blafourletterkenny
TERMON’S Operation Transformation volunteers certainly know how to fight the flab.The group has already lost an astonishing 20.6 stone!And there’s more to come off, they say – including local independent councillor Michael McBride. “It’s a fantastic result so far,” said Mary McGrenra, taking full advantage of the news to inform Donegal Daily readers that there’s no excuses for anyone wanting to get fit.So if you are looking to make the first move for fitness come along to any of the classes at An Craoibhin. It’s just €4 per class.New classes added:6.45am spin class Tuesday and Thursday mornings 9.30am Circuit class every Tuesday and Thursday morningGreat for parents who are dropping their kids off at school.Glenveagh Eagles, Termons Basketball Club, train here every Saturday morning, so why not come along and give it a try Under 9 train at 9.30 and U-11’s at 10.30 with Dermot Kelly . Just €3 per child or family rate of €5.Craoibhín parent & toddler group meet every Tuesday morning at 10.30-12.30 in our hall, a safe friendly environment for New mums, babies, toddlers and expectant mums. Open to the Daddys also! Just €2 per family. Refreshments included.Craoibhín Childcare is open from 8am -6pm offering ,Before & Afterschool, Naoinra & Creche places also available under CCs & Ecce schemes. Irish classes are run here every Tuesday evening, for info call or e-mail us.Easter Camp– If you want to register your child for our Easter camp, Please call us. Min numbers apply.Termon Jujitsu here every Thursday from 6.30pm new members always welcome and first class is free.Slim R Us with Karen Mc Glinchey every Thursday at 7pm Contact number is 074 91 19988 or 086 8437407Email: email@example.comJUST BRILLIANT: TERMON’S OPERATION TRANSFORMATION LOSES INCREDIBLE 20 STONE! was last modified: January 29th, 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:JUST BRILLIANT: TERMON’S OPERATION TRANSFORMATION LOSES INCREDIBLE 20 STONE!
The format at the San Gabriel Valley Championships called for five varsity races for both boys and girls. The first race pitted each school’s best runners against each other, and the second featured each school’s second-best runner, and so on. While the meet afforded Montebello the opportunity to run against some of the East and West San Gabriel Valley powers, the Oilers were also able to preview their own league. Almont League rivals Alhambra, San Gabriel and Keppel also competed in the invitational. The Moors were by the far the most competitive of the aforementioned trio. Sophomore Phillip Benavides (16:11) finished third in boys race one, a good 29 seconds behind Ceja. Alhambra’s Carlos Hernandez (race two, 17:57) and Brian Figueroa (race four, 18:49) both finished 16th in their races. On the girls side, the Moors’ Jazmine Martinez (21:34) took fifth in race four. “I expect my kids to be near the top of the league this year,’ Flores said. “This type of running will get you prepared for league.’ Saturday’s race had a couple of surprises, including Arcadia winning its first Division I championship at Mt. SAC. “This is special,’ Arcadia coach Ray Mynster said. “The last two years we came in second. It feels good to win.’ The Apaches were led by Joanne Boulat’s (19:45) second-place finish in girls race two. The Arcadia trio of Roxy Pacheco (race three, 20:56), Tiffany Salvador (race four, 21:19) and Jennifer Yip (race five, 22:07) finished third in their respective races. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Senior Javier Ceja was the top area runner of the day, taking second place in boys varsity race one. Ceja’s time of 15:42 was good for 15th place all-time at Mt. SAC. “Javier is an excellent runner,’ Oilers coach Victoria Flores said. “He and David (Santana) and Chris (Teran) are my top three runners. I expect them to be near the top.’ WALNUT — While there was a small number of Whittier-area cross country teams at Saturday’s San Gabriel Valley Championships at Mt. San Antonio College, there was no shortage of local winners thanks to a strong performance by Montebello High School. While the Oilers did not finish high in the overall team standings, the Almont League powerhouse showcased several strong individual performances. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Two races later, both runners lived up to their coach’s expectations by finishing first in races two and three, respectively. Santana (16:06), who was the top runner in race two, held off Damien’s Rami Totari by two seconds. “This feels pretty good,’ a winded Santana said. “Yeah, I really like this course. My goal here was to see how good I really was and to hopefully be one of the top runners.’ Teran (16:37) had a slightly easier time in race three, far outpacing Glendora’s Nick Nichols (17:10). Other solid Oilers’ finishers included Adriana Roque (22:54), who finished 15th in girls race three, and Judith Flores (24:31), who took 16th in girls race four.