“Everyone had that mindset coming into the year,” Ty Jerome said Tuesday at John Paul Jones Arena ahead of the team’s departure for the ACC tournament in Charlotte.,“I have fun every year with my team, but this has been a unique group, and we try to really be united more,” Bennett said.,Even after losing ACC Defensive Player of the Year Isaiah Wilkins and All-ACC honoree Devon Hall, the Cavaliers still had the leadership in place to allow themselves to set a new course.,They could fall off and let last year’s ACC regular-season and tournament championships represent the peak of Virginia basketball, or they could renew their internal fortitude and aim for bigger and better things.,Of course, Tuesday’s media availability is likely the last time the team will be this loose and open until its season ends, whenever that end happens to come.
For the eleventh time in his career, Donny Schatz of Fargo, North Dakota, was voted the “Driver of the Year” by the North American 410 Sprint Car Poll voting panel of media members, promoters, sanctioning officials and manufacturers.,California’s Colby Johnson is the “Rookie of the Year” Award recipient in the ‘410’ division of the North American Sprint Car Poll.,Jack and Bonnie Elam of JJ Auto Racing (their 14th such award) will receive “Builder/Manufacturer of the Year” honors for the ‘410’ poll.,Past recipients of the North American Sprint Car Poll’s “Outstanding Contribution to the Sport Award” are as follows: Dave Pusateri, the late Bryan Clauson, Dave Darland, Sammy Swindell, Fred Rahmer, Johnny Gibson, the late Jerry Reigle, Steve Sinclair, Kasey Kahne, Tom Schmeh, Dick Jordan, the late Fred Brownfield, Doug Auld, the late Hank Gentzler, Tony Stewart, Emmett Hahn, Allan Holland, Dave Argabright, Ron Shuman, the late Kevin Gobrecht, Jack Hewitt, the late Jack Miller, Brad Doty, Art Carol Malies, Dave Bowman, the late Ralph Capitani, the late Ted Johnson, Mark Kuchan, Steve Kinser, the late Don Martin, Steve Beitler, Lee Brewer, Jr., Mark Kinser, Frank Lewis, the late Earl Baltes, Casey Beverly Luna, Elayne Hoff, Jean Lynch, the late J.W. Hunt, and Bert Emick.,`Brent Marks, `Myerstown, PA, `34 First Place Votes - Donny Schatz 16; Brad Sweet 2; Greg Hodnett 1.
City Tournament: Teams in each adult league received a "personalized" entry blank last week, (If the league wasn't cancelled by the weather!),Already several teams have submitted their entry blank, indicating that maybe, just maybe, each of the adult leagues, especially the ladies leagues, will respond better this season and more teams can enjoy the tournament.,Call, text, or email Darryl Gutzman(269/806-2004) or [email protected] * Simons Memorial Group No-Tap tournament, Saturday, March 2nd, Check-in at Riverwood Lanes by 12:30pm, six-person teams ($120 entry per team), Call Shots, Jackpots, Raffles, 50/50 Drawings, Sign-up online: New Hope Pet Rescue Presents: In Ithaca(Pins Bar Grille) - April 13th and/or April 20th - No-Tap Doubles Handicap.,For more details, visit their website at: MS USBC - Annual MS USBC OPEN State Tournament, Flint, Grand Blanc Lanes, began in January, continues until May 12.,* Annual MS USBC YOUTH State Tournament, Grand Rapids (Fairlanes/Westgate Bowl), March 16 thru April 28.
But unlike HBO and “Game of Thrones,” WGN and the Cubs aren’t hyping their final season together after 72 years.,In my first year as Cubs beat writer in 1997, WGN televised 144 games.,The following January, the Cubs owners — Tribune Co. — decided to reduce the WGN schedule to 92 games, placing 62 games on CLTV, the company’s local cable news channel.,Fans gradually grew accustomed to watching more games on cable, and in 2003 the Cubs, White Sox, Bulls and Blackhawks began their own sports channel, Comcast SportsNet Chicago, which is now NBC Sports Chicago.,WGN will televise the Cubs' season opener — likely for the last time »
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Young, old, in between, an exciting season for L.A. Rams fans like Gomez came to a disappointing finish on Sunday as the team in just its third year back in Los Angeles fell to the New England Patriots 13-3 in Super Bowl LIII.,(Photo by Ana P. Garcia, Contributing Photographer)
Crowds of football fans watch Super Bowl LIII at Flights Craft Beer Sports Grill in Hawthorne on Sunday, February.03, 2018.,(Photo by Ana P. Garcia, Contributing Photographer)
I'm also a Project Lead the Way lead launch teacher for East School and work with colleagues to support innovative STEM approaches to learning so that students can connect science, technology, engineering, and math.,This coming May, East School will hold its 19th annual Fifth Grade Science Fair that I helped begin as a way to promote scientific inquiry.,Another proud accomplishment includes being a co-founder 25 years ago for East School's annual Fifth Grade Thanksgiving Feast Colonial Enrichment Day!,Admirably, a former, long-time East School principal, Jud Compton, always made it a practice to greet our fifth graders with eye-contact and a proper handshake, encouraging them to return the favor with a respectful smile.,My students would be surprised to know … that one summer after Ohio State, I lived and worked at a school on a Navajo Indian reservation in Arizona.
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The Green Bay Packers are not participating in this season's NFL playoffs, but that doesn't mean fans of Wisconsin football are shut out completely.,Next game: Saturday vs. Seahawks, 7:15 p.m. CT Los Angeles Chargers Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon wears a University of Wisconsin hat as he warms up before an NFL football game against the Denver Broncos, Sunday, Dec. 30, 2018, in Denver (Photo: The Associated Press)
NORTH HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA) — Firefighters responded early Monday to an incident at an automotive business that left one person dead.,The Los Angeles Fire Department says its first responders were able to pull the victim from underneath the vehicle that had fallen from a floor jack.,They found that the victim was “beyond help” and declared that person dead at the scene.,Firefighters said they notified CAL OSHA per department protocol, but weren’t able to comment on what caused the deadly incident, which was reported just before 8 a.m. on the 7200 block of Laurel Canyon Blvd.
WOODBURY, CT — Town officials and residents are dealing with the loss of First Selectman William Butterly who died after a suspected heart attack over the weekend.,Before becoming first selectman Butterly served on the Board of Finance, was a state representative in the 76th district, chaired the Watertown Town Council and was a police and fire commissioner for the Town of Woodbury.,In the ensuing years Bill became the Chairman of the Watertown Town Council, rejoined the Watertown Fire Department, served as a Police Commissioner and opened his successful real estate company, Butterly Realty.,Bill is survived by his wife Judy; his sister Judy (Don) Schmaling; brothers Barry (Reenee) Butterly, Sean (Dinah) Butterly, Chuck (Sheila) Butterly; former sister-in-law Judy Butterly of California; brother-in-law Charles Collins of Torrington; nephews Patrick (Wanda) Butterly, Timothy Butterly, Donald (Britanny)Schmaling; Jeffrey (Amanda) Schmaling.,As parking is somewhat limited, please check their website for parking options
Donations in Bill's name may be made to Woodbury Community Services Council, P.O. Box 585, Woodbury CT 06798; St. Vincent DePaul Homeless Shelter, P.O. Box 1612, Waterbury CT 06721; or either the Woodbury or Watertown Volunteer Fire Department.