167 206 Afternoon Session 194 172 Maria Bulanova once again boosted the Vanderbilt squad to victory in the Traditional round after recording a game-high 227. Adel Wahner finished six pins behind Bulanova for a score of 221, her best Traditional showing of the tournament. Vanderbilt struggled to break the 200-pin barrier in the Baker pinfall game and only did so in two of their five spots. McKendree built their momentum and concluded the round with only one sub-200 pin performance in the game. The Commodores closed out the round scoring a 167 in their fifth Baker set, subsequently dropping the round 1,105-953. 203 Jordan Newham 231 212 Samantha Gainor 152 1. Paige Beeney 214 1. 205 230 Traditional Scores Team Baker Scores Stephen F. Austin vs. Maryland Eastern ShoreStephen F. Austin completed their third consecutive tournament win with yet another performance decided in a Best-of-Seven round. The Ladyjacks streaked ahead in the Traditional match with a 974-852 victory. Paige Beeney led the SFA squad with 214 pins in the opening round, extending her tournament traditional average to 208.67.The Ladyjacks encountered a turn of events in the Baker pinfall matchup where they fell to MES by a score of 1,001-938. Stephen F. Austin began the round with a 205-198 win in the first Baker game and a 237-213 win in the second section. However, MES took the next three segments (224-170, 194-187, 172-139).After a short intermission, SFA returned to action with a dominating performance that featured four consecutive victories in the Best-of-Seven round. Stephen F. Austin began with a key 237-190 win and followed suit with a 220-182 win in game two, a 203-179 win in game three and a 213-193 victory in game four to advance to Saturday’s championship match.STEPHEN F. AUSTIN – Traditional: W 974 -852 | Baker: L 938-1,001 | Baker Best-of-Seven: W 4-0 227 212 Morning Session 221 199 254 VANDERBILT – Traditional: W 1,035-999 | Baker: L 953-1,105 | Baker Best-of-Seven: W 4-0 Emily Rigney 204 Maria Bulanova Jordan Newham 189 Traditional Scores DAY THREE MATCHUPS:Morning Session – 9 a.m.Match 13 – Vanderbilt vs. Nebraska 221 Championship Game – 6:30 p.m. ETStephen F. Austin vs. TBD The Best-of-Seven matchup was a completely different story as Vanderbilt cruised to four consecutive wins. The Commodores saved their best performance for the end where the match was sealed on a 232-221 victory. In the final game, Vandy began with six consecutive strikes and missed just one pin throughout the 10 frames. Samantha Gainor Maria Bulanova Traditional Scores 4. Megan Eaglehouse 186 4. 187 258 213 WICKLIFFE, Ohio – Stephen F. Austin punched their ticket to the program’s third-ever appearance in the NCAA title game with a 2-1 win over Maryland Eastern Shore (MES) Friday afternoon. The Ladyjacks are a perfect 3-0 at the 2019 NCAA Bowling Championship and await the winner between Vanderbilt and Nebraska in the championship game, which is slated for 6:30 p.m. ET Saturday evening.Vanderbilt improved to 3-1 for the tournament with a pair of wins Friday that began with a 2-1 victory over McKendree and ended with a 2-0 performance over Nebraska. Maria Bulanova (258) and Emily Rigney (254) shined for the Commodores with their tournament-best traditional matchup performances against the Cornhuskers.The decisive rematch between Vanderbilt and Nebraska is set to take place Saturday morning at 9 a.m. ET. The semifinal matchup will be streamed live on NCAA.com/live. The championship match will be televised on ESPNU. Adel Wahner Vanderbilt vs. McKendreeVanderbilt began day two with a showdown against McKendree that was elimination from the tournament on the line for both squads. Vanderbilt won the Traditional pinfall matchup 1,035-999 before falling in the Baker set 1,105-953. The contest then went to a Best-of-Seven round that saw the Commodores steam roll their way to victory in four consecutive games. Vanderbilt vs. NebraskaVanderbilt kept their championship hopes alive after making quick work of Nebraska with a 2-0 win Friday afternoon. At the beginning of the second frame, Vandy sparked a run of seven consecutive strikes that created a comfortable lead for the Commodores. Vanderbilt then closed out the Traditional match by knocking down 1,089 pins and besting the Cornhuskers by a 23-pin margin (1,089-1,066).The Baker matchup was a show of continued success for Vanderbilt as the team combined for a 221, compared to Nebraska’s 175, in the first section. Though the Cornhuskers edged out the Commodores in the next two Baker sets, 211-180 and 211-206, but Vandy proceeded to shut down any hopes for a comeback by Nebraska. Vanderbilt combined for a 231 in the fourth section and a 230 in the final set to win the round 1,068-1,036.VANDERBILT – Traditional: W 1,089-1,066 | Baker: W 1,068-1,036 Emily Rigney Team Baker Scores Team Baker Scores 180 2. Dakotah Hazlewood 189 2. 237 3. Sarah Gill 198 3. 170 Adel Wahner 5. Carlene Beyer 187 5. 139
Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina “I just told the players that we have to come out strong and be the one wanting it more than Blackwater, especially now that they got their first win,” said Garcia as they take the Big Dome floor at 4:30 p.m. looking to regain the solo lead.“Their morale will be high and they will be playing with nothing to lose,” said Garcia of the Elite, who snapped a seven-game losing streak Wednesday night after an 86-84 win over Magnolia courtesy of Henry Walker’s dunk with 3.4 seconds left.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownHot on a three-game streak, Rain or Shine will also be coming off a win over the Hotshots, but at this point of the elimination round, a loss for anyone in the upper half of the standings could mean the difference between winning a twice-to-beat privilege or not.Tournament format calls for the top two teams to draw the lightest assignments in the first round of the playoffs, with No. 1 tangling with No. 8 and Nos. 2 and 7 squaring off with the higher-ranked teams needing to win just once to make the Final Four. China population now over 1.4 billion as birthrate falls Reggie Johnson will have a huge size advantage at the slot for the Painters, who can exploit this to the hilt with Blackwater not having anyone to contain the Rain or Shine behemoth one-on-one.Garcia and his chargers will still face Phoenix on June 1 and Meralco on June 24 before rounding out their elimination schedule against TNT KaTropa on July 7.The Painters are tied with idle TNT KaTropa for the lead and are just a full game ahead of fourth-running Meralco, which gets a chance at enhancing its playoff position when it battles Phoenix Petroleum in the 7 p.m. game.The Bolts are again leaning on import Arinze Onuaku to plug all the holes in the middle. They will be coming off an impressive victory over Barangay Ginebra that put to naught Justin Brownlee’s triple-double effort for the Gin Kings.“Winning this one will allow us to move closer to our goal of making it to the quarterfinals,” said Phoenix coach Louie Alas.ADVERTISEMENT Ateneo battles Mapua with ‘benefit’ game vs La Salle looming Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award MOST READ Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Lacson: Calamity fund cut; where did P4 billion go? View comments Winfrey details her decision to withdraw from Simmons film Dave Chappelle donates P1 million to Taal relief operations Rain or Shine has gone through three overtime thrillers thus far, and the Elasto Painters know that the rest of the journey toward a quarterfinal bonus will be as tough.“There’s still a lot of work to be done if we want to reach the top two,” coach Caloy Garcia said as his Painters enter the homestretch of their elimination round schedule in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup starting with unpredictable Blackwater Friday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.ADVERTISEMENT Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trial
Deputy House Speaker Hans Barchue has called for rigid and uncompromising measures instituted by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in order to curb corruption.In a Daily Observer interview, Deputy Speaker Barchue stated that as corruption remains a major challenge affecting the development of this Liberia, “very harsh” action should be taken against those caught in dishonest and illegal practices.He wants President Sirleaf suspend officials implicated in the General Auditing Commission’s (GAC) investigation of corrupt practices in public offices.“If those accused of corruption remain in office while court proceedings are ongoing, they will have time and opportunity to cover-up in order to show that they are not ‘guilty.’ ”He appealed to the Chief Executive to begin ‘suspension’ as a new strategy in tackling corruption—an offense he considered “systemic and chronic” in the Liberian society.“If I am accused and still maintain in that position, I will have time to manage and manipulate documents to protect my interest. We need to come up with a policy to address cases that come out of the GAC reports. Government needs to take reports from the GAC seriously in an effort to serve as a deterrent to would-be perpetrators,” the Grand Bassa County lawmaker argued.Representative Barchue used the occasion to call on authorities of the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) to formulate the right measures to combat the decrease in the value of the Liberian dollar to the United States dollars.He maintained that CBL should have the capacity to address complex problems in the economy, and come up with the right principles to achieve its goal.Deputy Speaker Barchue described the decline in the Liberian dollars and the current state of the Liberian economy as “unfortunate, raising concern about the prospects of growth and human development of the Liberian people.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
…9 Queen’s College students among top 10By Davina RamdassQueen’s College has managed to produce nine of the top 10 students at this year’s Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE).This was revealed on Friday as the Education Ministry officially released CAPE and the Caribbean Secondary Examinations Council (CESC) results at the National Centre for Education Resource Development, on Battery Road, Kingston, Georgetown.First on the chart was Aadilah Ali who secured eight Grade Ones inThis year’s top CAPE performer, 18-year-old Aadilah AliCommunication Studies, Integrated Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Pure Mathematics and Physics.She was closely trailed by Michael Bhopaul, last year’s top performer at CSEC, who also had eight Grade One passes in Applied Mathematics, Biology, Caribbean Studies, Chemistry, French, Pure Mathematics, Physics and Spanish.Coming in third, also from QC, was Sariah Singh who achieved seven Grade Ones in Applied Mathematics, Caribbean Studies, Entrepreneurship, Integrated Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Environmental Science. She also achieved two Grade Twos in Pure Mathematics and Sociology.Rajiv Muneshwar, who was placed fourth, received seven Grade Ones in Applied Mathematics, Communication Studies, Integrated Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Chemistry, Pure Mathematics and Physics.Rawletta Barrow, another student of QC, accomplished six Grade One passes in Caribbean Studies, Economics, Law, Management of Business, Pure MathematicsSecond highest CAPE performer, Michael Bhopauland Sociology; while securing a Grade Two in English LiteraturesRight behind Barrow was her colleague Dalip Jeevan who attained six Grade One passes in Biology, Caribbean Studies, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Pure Mathematics and Physics.Min Wen Gong scored six Grade Ones in Caribbean Studies, Integrated Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Chemistry, Pure Mathematics, Physics and a Grade Two in Biology.Eighth on the chart was Fatima Karim, who secured six Grade Ones in Caribbean Studies, Integrated Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Pure Mathematics, Physics and Green Engineering, while scoring a Grade Two in Chemistry.Jamie Yearwood, also of QC acquired six Grade One passes in Caribbean Studies, Integrated Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science and Pure Mathematics. Meanwhile, a student of Marian Academy, Farah Chin positioned herself on the country’s list of top performers as she also secured six Grade OneJamie Yearwoodpasses in Applied Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Communication Studies, Pure Mathematics and Physics. The students’ performances were graded as per the units they wrote in the exams written between the months of May and June 2018.Examinations reviewThis year, 923 students wrote CAPE from nine secondary schools and five privately operated centres. As such, Guyana has seen an overall improvement in its pass rates as well as an increase in the number of entries for the exam.As of 2017, the pass rate was 92.57 per cent with 851 entries from students. In 2018, the country documented 93.68 per cent passes with 923 entries from students. This represents a 1.11 per cent increase. Last year 3923 subject entries were made whereby 4224 were made this year.In 2018, Integrated Mathematics continued to show improvements in Grades One to Five passes from 52.51 per in 2016, 83.64 per cent in 2017 and 83.84 per centDalip Jeevanin 2018. Caribbean Studies and Communication Studies continue to record an over 95 per cent pass rate.Digital media and animation and gaming design were written electronically, and 100 per cent pass rate was attained in all units.Analysis of subjectsThe Education Ministry said it has recorded increased performances in 18 subject areas, namely Accounting1, Accounting2, Applied Mathematics1, Biology1, Chemistry1, Chemistry2, Economics1, History1, History2, Law2, Literature in English1, Literature in English2, Management of Business1 and 2, Physics1, Sociology1 and 2 and Tourism1.CAPE top performer“Relieved” is the one word that this year’s top CAPE performer, Aadilah Ali used to describe her emotions on Friday as she was greeted to her exceptional scores.The young scholar who hails from Vreed-en-Hoop, West Bank Demerara, said sheRawletta Barrowbegan preparing for her examinations when the term first started in September of last year, but ‘really got serious’ about two months prior to her exams.The 18-year old said, “I feel relieved. I didn’t expect to do this amazing. I mean, I expected to do good but not as good as this. I’m just really happy and relieved so no words can describe how I feel”.Ali said now that she would have excelled in her studies, she now endeavours to attend the University of Guyana (UG) in pursuit of medical studies so she can become a paediatric surgeon.She added, “The exams had their fair share of difficulties, especially Pure Mathematics, but overall they were alright and really tested us.”The former student of Queen’s College gained 18 Grade Ones, three Grade TwosFatima Karimand one Grade Three when she wrote her exams in 2016.“My advice to those who are about to pursue CAPE is to prepare yourself. CAPE is not like CSEC, it requires much dedication and patience. Trust in God that He has everything planned out but even so, always remember to work hard, focus and you will become successful,” she encouraged.
Photo: Chelsey Chambers and her husband, Dustin, are seen on their wedding day./FacebookIt’s a list that no one truly wants to have to write and especially not someone so young. However, when a 22 year-old local Fort St. John woman was diagnosed with terminal cancer on Aug. 20, 2010 she created a bucket list with the help of some of her friends.- Advertisement -Chelsey Chambers was a nurse at the Fort St. John Hospital, having graduated from the Licensed Practical Nurse program at Northern Lights College. She had also only just married her high school sweetheart Dustin. She was described as a sweet but sassy woman by her friend Neil Evans, a fellow nurse at the hospital.Neil and Loni Evans were two of her close friends. Both helped organize a fundraiser for Chambers at the end of January 2010 to help with some of the costs associated with her travel, chemotherapy and radiation treatments in Vancouver after her first cancer diagnosis.First diagnosed with tongue cancer on Dec. 3, 2009 after finding a lesion on her tongue, less than two weeks later, a partial glossectomy was performed where doctors removed part of her tongue. One week after the surgery, Chambers found lumps on her neck and doctors ended up having to perform a radical neck dissection and a lymph node removal.After several weeks of radiation and chemotherapy treatment in Vancouver, Chambers returned to Fort St. John for a few months before a set of scans were done were done in Vancouver, one of her head and neck and the other of her lower body. The first scan was clear, but the second scan was anything but clear, says Loni Evans. The cancer had spread to her bones, liver, lungs, left hip and spine. Evans says it was on that fateful day in August that the doctor told her she had six to 12 months left to live.Advertisement Chambers and several of her friends decided to come up with a bucket list for her. Evans says the bucket list idea was obviously new to Chambers who only wanted to put down items like cleaning out her basement, but in the end, a list of different trips and new activities was decided upon.The list included visiting the Liard Hot Springs, going to Dunvegan Gardens in Fairview, Alta. for its annual Christmas – her favourite holiday – in September, a trip to Las Vegas – where she apparently said she’d be able to see more of the world – and a honeymoon in Mexico. Although Chambers was able to complete the above activities, since the cancer began to affect her very quickly, she had to drop other items off her list like a trip to Europe to visit Scottish castles, a trip to Hawaii, and a Lady Gaga concert.Loni Evans says one of her favourite memories of Chambers was when they were in the Liard area and a herd of buffalo was blocking the road. Despite numerous honks of the car horn, the buffalo still weren’t moving. Chambers then rolled down the window and yelled, “Come on, get the f*** off the road, I don’t have a lot of time here” and the buffalo instantly moved out of the way.Just four months after her diagnosis and days after Christmas, Chambers’ passed away on Dec. 28. Her funeral was held at the Charlie Lake Church on Sunday where people were encouraged to wear pink, her favourite colour. Evans says her urn was even going to be put in a custom-made frilly pink bag to be lowered into the ground.Advertisement Although Chambers clearly touched a lot of people throughout her brief life, her legacy is carried on in memories, her abilities as a buffalo herder, and her last few months living out some of her biggest wishes.Anyone wishing to make a donation can contact Neil Evans at email@example.com
Rojo — who travelled to the United States with the squad for their pre-season tour and to the Super Cup in Macedonia where they lost to United manager Jose Mourinho’s former side Real Madrid — was pictured training with them on Tuesday.Mourinho has said he didn’t see Rojo playing again until December but it didn’t prevent the club from trumpeting his return to the training ground and posting several photographs as evidence on twitter.“Back at it on the training pitch” was the twitter caption for one before teasingly adding another “who do we have here?” along with images of Rojo.Ashley Young and Luke Shaw, who had groin and foot injuries respectively, also returned to first team training having successfully come through an Under-23 clash with Swansea on Monday.The trio though may find it tough going getting into the first team as they have won both their matches so far — against West Ham and Swansea — by the scoreline of 4-0.0Shares000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares000Manchester United’s Marcos Rojo in action during a 2016 Europa League match against Feyenoord Rotterdam © AFP / Emmanuel DunandLONDON, United Kingdom, Aug 22 – Argentinian defender Marcos Rojo gave another boost to early Premier League leaders Manchester United by returning to training with the first team on Tuesday.The 27-year-old — a member of the Argentinian side that lost to Germany in the 2014 World Cup final — is recovering from a knee ligament injury suffered last April which ruled him out of among other things United’s Europa League final triumph over Dutch outfit Ajax.
MISSING DOG: A Donegal family is seeking your assistance to help them find their beloved pet pooch Cooper.Cooper has worryingly been missing for over a week now and the family are desperate to find him.He was last seen on Sunday around the Convoy area and is a very well-known pet in the locality. Cooper is a black and white shih tzu with a multi coloured striped collar on him.The family are hoping something has seen Cooper in recent days as some locals people have contacted them saying they seen him on Wednesday afternoon in Convoy.The family have asked Donegal Daily readers to share this story on their social media timelines in the hope that somebody somewhere has seen Cooper.A reward is being offered given for a swift and safe return 🙂 Please contact 086 7359533 or 086 3499310 if you have any information.MISSING – CAN YOU HELP REUNITE FAMILY WITH THEIR BELOVED PET was last modified: April 27th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:CooperDOGFeaturesmissingnews
Campsie Karting really does have something for everyone.Staff at Campsie Karting strive to give their customers the very best experience possible, whether it is Karting, Paintball, Bubble Football or Archery Tag.At Campsie Karting, staff strive to give our customers the very best experience possible, whether it is Karting, Paintball, Bubble Football or Archery Tag. Their Karting track 400 meters long and can accommodate up to twelve Karts at the one time, with every lap time to one thousand of a second there is no room for error. Our Karts are second to none for excitement,Their Karts are second to none for excitement, drivability and equality of speed, to give everyone the perfect opportunity to explore their need for speed in a safe and comfortable environment.Its 10,000 Sq foot Paintball Arena is the largest indoor Paintball facility in Ireland and the most fun without the severe pain normally associated with Paintball. We use the very latest equipment and low impact Paintballs. All the fun without all the pain. They have recently installed a 6,000 sq foot, Bubble Football Arena. Great opportunity to get a real good bang at your friends and see them roll about on the floor.Their latest addition to our fun filled activities is Archery Tag, Most people have tried Archery at some stage, and shooting at targets doesn’t seem fair, here we shoot at each other much more fun when you know that you too can get hit with an arrow.Junior Karts from Eight to Fourteen years oldAdult Karts from Fourteen and overJunior Paintball from Nine to Thirteen years oldAdult Paintball from Fourteen years and over Junior Bubble Football from Nine to Thirteen years oldAdult Bubble Football from Fourteen years and overArchery Tag from Nine Years old18 hole Crazy Golf from Three years old We are very proud to be the only track in Northern Ireland to have achieved Four Star rating from the Northern Ireland Tourist Board for the last three years.Something for everyone at Campsie Karting was last modified: April 11th, 2017 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)
*DISCLAIMER: Like Tottenham ‘putting pressure on’ in a title race, don’t take this too seriously.Arturo Vidal has admitted he’s been sending WhatsApp messages to his fellow Chile team-mate Alexis Sanchez, urging him to quit Arsenal for Bayern Munich.Sanchez could be in high demand this summer, as clubs circle to lure the attacker away from the Emirates Stadium.Watch the video above to see how we imagine the WhatsApp group might look like, as rivals battle for the signature of Arsenal’s star man!For more entertaining sports videos, check out talkSPORT on YouTube here!