REV, among the league favorites, improved to 11-4 overall, 1-0 in conference. Yucaipa had its three-game winning streak stopped in dropping to 6-7, 0-1. “We did a good job with the press,” Berich said. “And we hit some threes, too.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson Yucaipa turned the ball over 22 times, including 14 in the first half. Brandon Dowdy scored 27 points, making seven three-pointers, and Darnell Ferguson added 20 points despite being limited in the second half with foul trouble. “Darnell does a lot for us,” Berich said. “He’s got a cool head and does everything well. He might get in some foul trouble if we press a lot.” Plenty of teams will have trouble handling Yucaipa’s big man, 6-foot-10 senior Jared Anthony. Anthony finished with 21 points and 12 rebounds, but he was limited to no points (on 0-of-4 shooting) in the first quarter and two points in the first quarter and a half. YUCAIPA – Redlands East Valley boys basketball coach Bill Berich didn’t hide his game plan against Yucaipa. He aimed to press the bigger Yucaipa team, and the plan was effective as the Wildcats got off to a quick start en route to a 71-45 rout of Yucaipa in the Citrus Belt League opener for both schools at Yucaipa High School. https://embed.sendtonews.com/oembed/?fk=bRolOyFR&cid=8121&sound=off&format=json&offsetx=0&offsety=0&floatwidth=400&floatposition=bottom-right&float=on “We knew what they were going to do,” Yucaipa coach Yon Okorodudu said. “It wasn’t a surprise. They’re so talented and so well-coached. We had to do a better job against the press. And we missed some open looks.” REV jumped out to a quick lead, and a 19-4 run late in the first quarter and early in the second gave the Wildcats a 32-12 lead. Yucaipa never got closer than 18 points thereafter. “We needed to shut down two of their big three players to have a chance in the game,” Okorodudu said of REV’s Ferguson, Dowdy and Lance Evbuomwan. Evbuomwan scored only two points but grabbed eight rebounds. Dowdy, who had four three-pointers and 16 points in the first half, and Ferguson, who added 10 rebounds, weren’t shut down at all. There’s no rest for CBL teams this week as there are also league contests Thursday and Friday. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Donegal County Council will once again bring the MacGill Summer School to a wider audience by webcasting proceedings live from Glenties. Events will be webcasted via www.donegalcoco.ie from Sunday 17th July until the close of the school on Friday 22nd July.Each year the MacGill Summer School attracts politicians, political commentators, journalists and those interested in public life in Ireland today to Glenties for a week of lectures, debates and many interesting interludes. The Council has been webcasting proceedings live from Glenties for a number of years now and the facility is proving more and more popular each year.Brian Boyle, Head of Information Systems with Donegal County Council said the council are delighted to be in a position to webcast proceedings live from Glenties for the MacGill Summer School.“The MacGill Summer School has become a very important annual event not only in Donegal but across the entire island of Ireland. For one week each year, Glenties becomes the focal point for political, economic and social debates, lectures and reflections and we are delighted to be in a position to share this to a wider audience through our webcasting facility,” he said.To access this webcast visit www.donegalcoco.ie and click on MacGill Webcasting under Quick Links. MacGILL SUMMER SCHOOL TO BE BROADCAST LIVE FROM GLENTIES! was last modified: July 15th, 2016 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:donegalMACGILL SUMMER SCHOOLWeb
CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos or video on a mobile device The low point in the 2018 season — for the Raiders and Derek Carr — was a 27-3 loss to the Seattle Seahawks in London in which the quarterback was brutalized to the tune of six sacks and two forced fumbles. The sixth sacked knock Carr out of the game with a left arm injury.The unkindest cut of all came after the game when a report surfaced that Carr was crying on the field after the knockout blow. He felt …
Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material 13 August 2012South Africa’s Burry Stander made a valiant attempt to claim a medal in the men’s cross-country mountain bike race at the Olympic Games on Sunday, but came up just short with a fifth place finish after a gruelling race.Hadleigh Farm sounds like a pleasant enough place, but the mountain bike track, with its twists and turns and ever changing elevation, including plenty of climbing, is a real challenge, especially when the world’s elite cross-country competitors are duelling one another and racing it at their maximum pace.After a furious start to Sunday’s race, Stander found himself 15 seconds down on the leading trio of Jaroslav Kulhavy, the overall 2011 World Cup champion, Nino Schurter, the winner of this year’s Pietermaritzburg World Cup and three other World Cup events, and the Italian Marco Aurelio Fontana after the first lap.Slip on lap fourThe South African star then put in consecutive fastest laps to haul in the leaders. A small slip on lap four, however, saw him dropped once again as the front-running trio piled on the pace. Stander and Spain’s Jose Antonio Hermida, the winner of the 2010 World Championships, became the closest chasers to the men in medal position.There appeared to be a slight slowing by Kulhavy, Schurter and Fontana on the penultimate lap as they prepared themselves for a tactical, lung-bursting showdown on the seventh and final lap of the course, but it wasn’t enough to let Stander and Hermida close the distance.Czech ace Kulhavy snatched a vital inside line on the last sharp climb before the finish to edge ahead of Schurter for the victory. Fontana, meanwhile, lost his saddle on the last lap, which allowed the two chasers to close the gap on the bronze medal winner. Hermida then sneaked in front of Stander on the finishing line, just four seconds behind Fontana, to take fourth place.Stander’s finishing time of 1:29:37 was half-a-minute behind the winner, Kulhavy, his team-mate in non-Olympic action on Team Specialized.Five seconds off the podiumAfterwards, Stander told reporters: “Fifth, being 10 seconds off the podium [he was actually only five seconds behind Fontana] you can’t be disappointed with that.“Obviously you’re here for a medal, but I gave it my all. I prepared as much as I could and put absolutely everything I could into this year. It was just 10 seconds too slow, I guess.“With two laps to go on that steep climb the guys absolutely smashed it. I was on my max and there’s nothing you can do.“It’s a very fair sport, you give what you’ve got, and if you don’t have it you don’t have it, and the top three guys deserved it today.”Fellow South African Philip Buys suffered a fall at the start of the race, which left him in last place on the first lap. It was a tough break and the going from there was tough. He eventually finished in 35th place, just over 11 minutes behind the winner.Just how tough was the competition? Consider the case of France’s Jean-Christophe Peraud. He raced for AG2R La Mondiale at the recent Tour De Franc where he finished in 44th place overall out of the 153 finishers. At Hadleigh Farm, he was the 29th of 42 finishers.Men’s marathonThe only other South African representatives in action on the final day were Lusapho April, Stephen Mokoka and Coolboy Ngamole in the men’s marathon.April was the highest finisher of the three, clocking exactly two hours and 19 minutes to finish in 43rd place. Mokoka claimed 49th place, less than a minute later, while Ngamole failed to finish.Uganda’s Stephen Kiprotich raced to victory in 2:08:01 to win his country’s first medal since John Akii-Bua captured the 400 metres hurdles title in Munich 40 years ago in a world record time.
by Dora Doss, M.S., SLP-CCCFeeding issues frequently come up in MFLN Family Development Early Intervention webinar evaluations as a topic caregivers struggle to address with young finicky eaters. It is my hope that this blog will provide readers with some key resources related to feeding that others have found useful.Image from Pixabay.com, CC0As a parent and provider working with children with feeding disorders, I have found it helpful to have a few go-to resources. In my professional toolkit are two speech pathologists who have made it their mission to educate others; both of them offer something for the experienced provider and for the pediatric feeding newbie.Krisi Brackett, M.S., CCC-SLP has over 20 years of experience treating children with feeding difficulties. She is co-director of the Pediatric Feeding Team at UNC Hospital in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Krisi teaches a graduate level pediatric dysphagia course at UNC and participates in current feeding research.Pediatric Feeding News Blog – This blog was developed to provide relevant information related to pediatric feeding and swallowing problems. Krisi writes about current issues and research; she often features guest writers who are well known in the field of pediatric feeding. In addition to being a go-to source for information, Krisi welcomes questions from professionals, parents, and caregivers.CAN-EAT Approach© – This approach includes three phases to evaluate and treat feeding disorders.Comfort And Nutrition (CAN): Providers begin with a focus on gut comfort, nutrition, and growth. This includes medical and nutritional intervention for reflux, constipation, food intolerance, and hypersensitivity or pain issues.Establish Acceptance, then Therapy (EAT): The second phase in the CAN-EAT Approach aims to establish acceptance of easy textures for the individual child. This can be purees, soft solids, or other textures which the individual child manages with ease. Finally, providers begin therapy for oral motor skill development and for improving intake volume and variety.There are workshops offered around the country which specifically address this approach and are geared toward for professionals who work with children with feeding difficulties.Melanie Potock, M.A., CCC-SLP is a speech pathologist and also the parent of a picky. She is an international speaker and author of 4 books. She has been featured in publications such as Parents magazine, the Bump, and the ASHA Leader. Melanie blogs at mymunchbug.com where she offers a variety of resources to assist parents and professionals as they work with children who are picky eaters. A few of her resources are described below; these and others can be found on her blog.Adventures in Veggieland: Help Your Kids Learn to Love Vegetables with 101 Easy Activities and Recipes features recipes that are family-friendly and strategies to help children become more adventurous eaters. Melanie uses 20 vegetables organized by the seasons of the calendar year which highlight the three phases to vegetable love: Expose, Explore, and Expand. For example, Beet Tattoos is an activity that offers a colorful way to expose children to beets and have fun in the process. Even more exciting is the secret vegetable that erases beet stains! You can view Melanie’s videos related to this book on YouTube!Melanie has a vast library of videos on her YouTube channel. In these videos, Melanie combines her experience as a parent of a picky eater with her professional experience to help the entire family eat healthier. The videos vary in length from a few minutes to half an hour and cover topics such as ‘3 Reasons to Avoid the Kids Menu,’ ‘How Family Dinners Make Good Readers,’ and ‘Help Parents Get on the Same Page with a Picky Eater.’We would love to hear about your favorite feeding resources! Is there an approach you used that you found valuable? Are there additional feeding strategies you would like more information on, that MFLN might explore? You can comment below or reach out to us on Facebook or Twitter!This post was edited by Robyn DiPietro-Wells & Michaelene Ostrosky, Ph.D., members of the MFLN FD Early Intervention team, which aims to support the development of professionals working with military families. Find out more about the Military Families Learning Network FD concentration on our website, on Facebook, on Twitter, and on YouTube.
The uncertainty over the Nagaland Assembly elections has been removed. Four days after 11 parties decided to boycott the February 27 elections, three of them — the ruling Naga People’s Front (NPF), the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress — have confirmed their participation.The turnaround has been attributed to the possibility of a 1998-like situation in which an extremist-backed election boycott helped the Congress win 43 of the 60 seats uncontested. A similar scenario threatened to play out this time after the core committee of the Naga Tribal Hohos and Civil Organisations, a conglomeration of tribal and civil groups, last month opposed the elections, demanding a solution to the 20-year-old Naga issue involving a few extremist outfits, especially the Isak-Muivah faction of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland. No candidate, though, filed nomination on Friday, with five more days left for the process to end. “The election is very much on. No one has submitted nominations, but many have collected nomination papers across the State,” Chief Electoral Officer Abhijit Sinha said.Officials expect the candidates to make a last-minute rush after the dust settles. The parties have been under pressure from tribal NGOs to boycott the elections. The BJP was the first to announce its participation on Thursday, sacking a leader who had signed on the election boycott pledge on behalf of the party. The Congress followed suit and said: “Since all the parties are gearing up to take part in the polls, the Congress will soon be releasing the manifesto.”
This was India’s biggest win against the West Indies in the Caribbeans in terms of runs. COMMENTS cricket June 26, 2017 SHARE Ajinkya Rahane struck a brilliant century before the bowlers dished out a disciplined show as India thrashed a hapless West Indies by 105 runs in a lopsided contest in the second cricket one-dayer here.Put into bat, India piled on 310 for 5 after rain delayed the start of the match by two hours and reduced it to a 43-over-a-side affair, riding on Rahane’s 103 off 104 balls and a blistering 66-ball 97 from captain Virat Kohli.The Indian bowlers then took over as they restricted West Indies to 205 for 6 to put the visitors 1-0 up in the five- match ODI series.Surprisingly, the West Indians did not show any intent of chasing down the big target of 311 once they found the asking rate to be too high in the final 10 overs. They just went through their motions and batted out the remaining overs.For India, the bowlers bowled an impeccable line and length with Kuldeep Yadav (3/50) being the most successful among them. The chinaman bowler got his first wicket of his ODI career. He did not get to bowl in his debut match in the first ODI which was abandoned due to rain. Bhuvneshwar Kumar (2/9) had a fine seam bowling spell as he rocked the West Indies run chase by grabbing the first two wickets by the third over. He removed Kieran Powell (0) in the third delivery (0) and then had Jason Mohammed (0) in his next over.There was a brief period of some fight by the home side when wicketkeeper batsman Shai Hope (81) and Evin Lewis (21) had a 89-run stand for the third wicket but once that partnership was snapped, the West Indians threw in the towel and they were happy to bat out their innings. When Hope was out in the 26th over, the asking rate had gone above 12 an over and West Indies had already given up by then though they had six wickets in hand.Captain Jason Holder (29) tried to get the big shots without any success as Kuldeep and Ravichandran Ashwin (1/47) gave him very few of them. When Holder was out in the 37th over, West Indies needed 136 runs from 11 overs.This was India’s biggest win against the West Indies in the Caribbeans in terms of runs.Earlier, Rahane smashed his third ODI hundred as India produced a dominating batting display to pile on 310 for 5.Put into bat, India dashed West Indies hopes of any early breakthrough on a damp pitch as they negotiated the initial overs without losing any wicket before launching on the erratic home side bowlers to post a big total after the match was reduced to 43-over a side due to rain.Rahane and his opener partner Dhawan (63) laid a strong foundation with a 114-run stand and despite a bit of a wobble in the middle overs, India went past 300 with Kohli stamping his class with a 66-ball 87 later in the innings. After today’s total, India became the side who have hit maximum number of 300-plus scores in an innings, as they reached the mark for the 96th time, overtaking Australia who had made over 300 runs 95 times.Rahane, who also had hit 62 in the abandoned first match, had 10 fours and two sixes in his 104-ball knock before he was out in the 34th over. He also shared 97 runs for the second wicket with Kohli, who hit four boundaries and four sixes in his aggressive innings.Kohli was out at the fag end of the innings after playing some exquisite strokes to the delight of the crowd at the Queen’s Park Oval. Senior batsman Yuvraj Singh, however, continued with his struggle as he fell for just 14 from 10 balls while Hardik Pandya was the other Indian to fall cheaply for just 4.The West Indies bowlers lacked discipline and bowled too many loose and short deliveries. The Indian batsmen were never troubled in any way during their innings. Rahane grabbed the chance to open the innings in the absence of Rohit Sharma for this limited-over series as he led the Indian charge before Kohli took over later on.The match began after a delay of two hours due to rain and West Indies captain Jason Holder put India to bat after winning the toss. But, Holder’s hopes of getting an early breakthrough on a pitch which looked damp went haywire as Dhawan and Rahane giving scant respect of the home bowlers just like they did in the abandoned first match at the same venue.Dhawan, who continued with his red-hot form from the Champions Trophy itself, and Rahane stitched 114 runs from 18.2 runs to set the match nicely for India. The duo raced to the 50-run mark in the eighth over with the help of seven fours and a six. Rahane hit pacer Alzarri Joseph for a huge six in the third over before Dhawan sent Holder for two boundaries in the next over.Holder himself and his new ball partner Joseph struggled to get the right line and the West Indies captain was again punished by Dhawan for three boundaries in the eighth over as India reached to the 50-run mark. Dhawan gave the same treatment to Joseph the same treatment as he hit three boundaries in the 12th over and then raised his 21st ODI fifty two overs later. Dhawan had hit a 92-ball 87 in the abandoned first match. Dhawan, however, could not capitalise on his fine touch for a three-figure score as he got out in the 19th over. He was beaten completely by a flighted delivery of off-spinner Ashley Nurse and wicketkeeper Shai Hope effected an easy stumping.Dhawan had 10 fours from 59 deleiveries in his innings. Published on Series-opener between India, West Indies washed out RELATED SHARE SHARE EMAIL COMMENT
OTTAWA – A senior official from Canada’s cyberspy agency says proposed new powers would allow it to stop a terrorist’s mobile phone from detonating a car bomb, block the ability of extremists to communicate, or prevent a foreign power from interfering in the country’s democratic process.A Liberal bill would help the Communications Security Establishment counter various forms of cyberaggression and violent extremism, Shelly Bruce, associate chief of the CSE, told a House of Commons committee studying the legislation.A December report by leading Canadian cybersecurity researchers said there is no clear rationale for expanding the CSE’s mandate to conduct offensive operations.It said the scope of the planned authority is not clear, nor does the legislation require that the target of the CSE’s intervention pose some kind of meaningful threat to Canada’s security interests.Bruce stressed the proposed legislation contains safeguards that would prohibit the agency from directing active cyberoperations at Canadians. It would also forbid the CSE from causing death or bodily harm, or wilfully obstructing justice or democracy.The Ottawa-based CSE intercepts and analyzes foreign communications for intelligence of interest to the federal government. It is a member of the Five Eyes intelligence alliance that also includes the United States, Britain, Australia and New Zealand.The Liberal bill provides a statutory mandate for the highly secretive agency, which traces its roots to 1946, while giving it new muscle to conduct both defensive and offensive cyberoperations.The powers would help keep Canadians safe against global threats, including cyberthreats, in a rapidly evolving technological world, Bruce said during the committee meeting.She provided some concrete examples of how the CSE might use its new offensive capabilities — with input from other federal officials as well as accountability measures in the new law to prevent abuse.“Active cyberoperations are meant to achieve an objective that the government has established and that’s a team sport,” she cautioned.Bruce said a cyberoperation could be aimed at interrupting communications of an extremist group like the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant “in a way that would stop attack planning before things reach a crisis pitch.”An effort might involve preventing the spread of ransomware — software that holds people’s valuable data hostage in return for payment, she said.Or the CSE could try to corrupt data on systems abroad that had been stolen from Canadian servers, rendering it useless to the thieves.Bruce tried to allay concerns about how the CSE would use publicly available information under the new legislation and what effect this might have on the privacy of Canadians.CSE would carry out “basic research” from the sort of public resources available to anyone in Canada, Bruce said.“CSE does not, and would not use publicly available information to investigate Canadians or persons in Canada, or build dossiers on them,” she said.“That is not our mandate, and for us, mandate matters.”The cyberspy agency would use publicly available materials to provide general background information for a foreign intelligence or cybersecurity report, to assess the nationality of a person or organization, or to consult technical manuals, Bruce said.Under no circumstances would the agency use this provision to acquire information — such as hacked or stolen data — that was unlawfully obtained, she added.— Follow @JimBronskill on Twitter
YouTube is putting a bigger bet on its most successful Canadian creators with a channel dedicated to promoting local talent.The video streaming platform unveiled “Spotlight Canada” on Monday, a curated page that highlights some of the nation’s standout videos. It’s the first time a country has been singled out with its own curated content section.The debut of the page features a selection of past viral hits, including astronaut Chris Hadfield’s collaboration with the Barenaked Ladies from space, the Tragically Hip performing Bobcaygeon in Kingston, Ont., last summer, and a selection of trending music videos from Canadian artists. Advertisement Advertisement There’s also a section highlighting indigenous musicians and one for “Canada’s favourite YouTube creators.” Another feature called “Creator on the Rise,” which debuts Wednesday, unearths the hottest Canadian clips on YouTube each week.The selection is chosen by algorithms that factor in view count and subscriber growth. YouTube says the entire page will be refreshed each month with a new slate of videos. It’s a pilot project, but Marie Josee Lamothe, a managing director at YouTube’s owner Google, says it makes sense to select Canada as the testing ground for championing homegrown content.Some of the world’s biggest YouTube stars, including breakout creators Lilly Singh, AsapScience and Gigi Gorgeous, transcended the country’s borders and racked up millions of views on their viral clips. “The objective is to showcase Canada’s top stars, but also to help discover emerging Canadian talent,” said Lamothe.“What we want to do is bring a focus to the diverse Canadian voices that create this content.” YouTube says recent data has shown a notable increase in viewership for Canada. In the first half of this year, the amount of time Canadians spent watching YouTube videos jumped by 30 per cent compared to the same period last year.Within that same window, watch time for Canadian channels soared 230 per cent in India, 70 per cent in the U.S. and 60 per cent in Australia. Lamothe says for those reasons alone it makes sense for YouTube to invest more in content from Canada.Google has already opened a 3,500 square-foot facility at the downtown Toronto campus of George Brown College aimed at giving creators the tools they need to make their videos better, like green screens and other high-end technology. “It’s important to promote our own local talent,” added Lamothe. “(This is) a big, fast-growing fan base that is worth supporting.” Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Facebook Twitter
Amato will be in charge of the group’s business side. He was previously CEO of Backstage. And Wilbur was most recently CFO of Prometheus. “We believe that this new structure will not only foster growth, but allow enhanced opportunities for advertisers, readers, viewers and/or audiences and, of course, our employees,” says Todd Boehly, president of Guggenheim Partners and chairman of Guggenheim Media, in a statement.All three executives will report directly to Boehly, effective immediately. Guggenheim Partners announced some major changes to its publishing holdings under Prometheus Global Media. The group will be split into two operating units—The Entertainment Group, containing The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard, and another group that combines Adweek, the CLIO Awards and the Film Expo Group.Along with the re-org, the company named Janice Min and John Amato as co-presidents of the Entertainment group and Jeff Wilbur as president of the Adweek/CLIO/Film Expo group.Min, whose title will also be chief creative officer, most recently headed up The Hollywood Reporter. Now, she’ll oversee all editorial operations for THR and Billboard.