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17 May 19
writer _notWriter

Writing Project: RicordanzaChapter 3 Vividian didn’t come back. The air did not go whump as it was displaced by her arrival. Time ticked by in the tiniest of increments and with every one that escaped into the past, Judgement was shocked into fresh incredulity that she still had not returned. Knowledge that his cave was not a […]

17 May 19
writer _notWriter

Writing Project: RicordanzaChapter 1 Thick silence clogged the stagnant air in Judgement’s chamber. One didn’t breathe and had no heart to beat; sat still as stone, lost in reflection, great wings as frozen as one’s feet. The soft, seductive, whisper-trickle of sand running keen across fingertips was absent, and only Judgement’s iron-will prevented one reaching […]

14 May 19

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12 May 19

Synopsis Even though many people across the world have tried to fight against racial discrimination, it seems like the issue of racial discrimination has no end. Today, racial discrimination occurs everywhere starting from schools, places of work, and even churches. The proposal will talk about the main kinds of discrimination which Australians face while at […]

10 May 19
Monterey Herald
It was time to bounce. J.T. Amaral’s walk-off three-run homer Thursday catapulted the Palma baseball team to a 6-3 win over Alisal High and into the Central Coast Section playoffs. The Chieftains, who finished in sixth place in the Gabilan Division, were facing Alisal, third-place finishers in the Mission Division, in a play-in game for the postseason. Palma (14-12) will be seeded Sunday into the CCS playoffs, most likely in Division II. Alisal (16-11) can still qualify for the playoffs as an at-large team. The Chieftains, who trailed 1-0 in the first inning, tied the game on a Jerry Flores solo homer. Stevenson 10, North Salinas 7: Tyler Garrett had three hits as the Pirates outscored North Salinas in their season finale. Josh Peyton and Skye Franklin each had two hits for Stevenson. Alec Romans got the final out in his final game to earn the save. Joseph Salmeron struck out four in four-plus innings for North Salinas. Bryan Serrano doubled and scored a run while Bryan Sandoval added a double and scored two runs. Gonzales 12, Pajaro Valley 2: Isaiah Banuelos had three hits and drove in three runs as the Spartans defeated Pajaro Valley in their season finale. Michael Duby added three hits and knocked in a pair of runs for Gonzales. Manny Vargas struck out five in four innings of work to pick up the win. Softball North Salinas 12, St. Francis 4: The Vikings are going back to the CCS playoffs after defeating Cypress Division champion St. Francis of Watsonville in a play-in game. North Salinas, which finished third in the Mission Division, improved to 12-10 overall. Jade Contapay and Kiely Ganadan hit back-to-back homers in the first inning for the Vikings. Bella Contreras, Veronica Mendoza and Contapay all had three hits while Stella Castillo, Sofia Gombos and Kalissa Salas all collected two hits. Alvarez 7, Gonzales 1: Aliyah Robles doubled twice and scored two runs as the Eagles knocked off Santa Lucia Division champion Gonzales to advance to the CCS playoffs. Victoria Castillo had two hits and stole three bases for Alvarez while Stephanie Vasquez struck out seven to get the win. The Eagles finished second in the Mission Division to Carmel. College baseball CSUMB: Outfielder Kyle Dean was named to the California Collegiate Athletic Association first team for the Otters, who are taking part this weekend in the conference tournament in Stockton. Dean, who transferred from Brigham Young University, hit .346 for the Otters with a team-high 11 stolen bases and 41 walks. The junior hit three homers and drove in 27 runs. He also scored 45 runs this spring and sported a .480 on-base percentage. Named to the second team for CSUMB was pitcher Greg Steinbeck. The San Benito High graduate was 6-0 with a 2.79 earned run average. Outfielder TJ Dove, second baseman Kyle Czaplak and designated hitter Kokko Figueiredo were all honorable mention selections. Dove hit .305, scoring 44 runs and driving in 34. Czaplak, a Pacific Grove product, drove in 39 runs with 16 extra base hits, while Figueiredo hit .333, scoring 49 runs. Czaplak and Dove were first-team selections last year for CSUMB. CSUMB 8, Stanislaus State 2: Kyle Dean, Nick Sheehan and Brian Morley all homered as the Otters advanced into the semifinals of the California Collegiate Athletic Association tournament. The Otters have hit five homers in two tournament games. Morley drove in three runs, giving him 52 on the season. Sheehan drove in two runs while TJ Dove had two hits. Daniel Harris allowed just two runs in eight innings for CSUMB. Parker Fokken hurled the ninth.  
02 May 19
Monterey Herald
CARMEL — Redemption, pride and a title. It was all at stake. As a result, the road to a Gabilan Division volleyball championship continues to run through Carmel. The Padres are champions for the fourth straight year, avenging their only league loss of the season Wednesday with a 25-14, 25-18, 25-15 win over visiting Christopher. “Total domination,” Carmel coach Israel Ricardez said. Humbled six weeks ago by the same Christopher squad, the two teams came into the league finale tied at 10-1 in league play. “We preach one game at a time and never look ahead,” Ricardez said. “But I’m not going to lie. This was a match we’ve been looking forward to.” Dropping that match to the Cougars back on March 19 snapped a 42-game league winning streak. Over the last four years, Carmel is 50-1 in league play. “The streak meant a lot to us,” Ricardez said. “It hurt. I wanted my players to understand that pain and let it sink in as motivation. We got hungry again and I loved it.” The defending Central Coast Section Division III champion Padres will be seeded Sunday into the CCS playoffs — likely in Division III. “Tonight the energy was different,” Ricardez said. “I saw a side of my team I have been waiting to see for a long time, and that was determination.” In the teams’ first meeting at Christopher, injuries saw Carmel bring just eight of its 13 players.  And two were playing sick. “We needed them,” Ricardez recalled. “As poorly as we played that night, we lost three sets by two points. There are kids that have been here for four years — that wanted to prove it was a fluke.” Not only has Carmel gone undefeated since that loss in league, but it won a tournament and was a top five finisher in the prestigious Bellarmine Tournament in San Jose. “That loss to Christopher was probably the best thing to happen to us,” Ricardez said. Carmel closed league play with eight straight wins — four by sweeps. Charlie DeLapa went over 1,000 assists for the season, recording 45 for Carmel. Ben Airola tallied 14 kills while Chase McCrystal finished with six. Palmer Bajari collected nine digs. Baseball Pacific Grove 2, Alisal 0: Hunter Hanes tossed a one-hitter as the Breakers won their 12th straight game to remain on top in the Mission Division. Hanes needed just 66 pitches to complete the shutout. Pacific Grove’s pitching staff has now tossed 15 consecutive scoreless innings. Nathan Wood had a pair of hits and drove in a run for the Breakers. Kevahn Ebron also knocked in a run. Daniel Rosas produced two hits while Hanes scored a run. Xavier Valenzuela picked up Alisal’s only hit. Daniel Miranda struck out five in the loss. Carmel 10, North Salinas 2: Ryan Dougherty had three hits as the Padres remained one game behind Pacific Grove in the Mission Division. Jabin Trosky, Charlie Von Sund and Dalton Muck all had two hits for Carmel. Nick Kelly picked up the win. Stevenson 5, Seaside 4: Juan Ley’s walk-off single drove in Tyler Garrett with the game-winning run for the Pirates. Josh Peyton, Skye Franklin and Nelson Young all collected two hits for Stevenson, which improved to 6-6 in the Cypress Division. Soledad 7, Alvarez 4: Ronnie Dunn had three hits as the Aztecs kept their postseason hopes alive. Joseph Calderon, Joey Barroso, Andru Holguin and Fabian Cabrera all had two hits. Holguin went the first five innings to pick up the win, striking out four. Ben Pajas hurled the last two frames to earn the save. Prep softball Santa Catalina 5, Christopher 1: The Cougars snapped a nine-game league losing streak as Emma James pitched them past Christopher. Jessica Clements had three hits for Santa Catalina while Emily Radner had two hits and drove in a run. Notre Dame 6, Salinas 3: The Spirits maintained a share of first place in the Gabilan Division with its seventh straight win. Angelita Fuentes had two hits, including a three-run homer for Notre Dame. Logan Riggenbach added a solo homer. Marlene Quintero and Meghan Amaral each had two hits. Samantha Rocha went the distance to earn the win. She also doubled home a run for Notre Dame, which will visit reigning Gabilan Division co-champion Watsonville on Friday. Brooke Nishida had three hits for Salinas while Kayla Stone and Daisy Chavez both had a pair. Girls lacrosse Monterey 15, Carmel 9: Mia Fisher scored seven goals as the Toreadores improved to 6-5 in league play. Kelsey Racacho added three goals and seven draw controls for Monterey. Sarah Gensel scored two goals while Itzel Santiago and Amaya Valenzuela both produced one. Prep golf PCAL: The Padres are headed to the Central Coast Section golf tournament after defeating Alisal and North County for the final spot. Carmel, which finished second in the Gabilan Division, finished with a team score of 207. Alisal, the Mission Division champions, carded a 254 while Santa Lucia champion North County had a score of 279. Tyler Bianchi shot an even par 36 over nine holes at Laguna Seca. Roberto Aguayo finished with a 41 for the Trojans while Oscar Diaz was medalist for North County with a 49. Prep tennis Los Gatos 4, Stevenson 3: Adam Hidas, Peter Akcan and Henry Chen were all singles winners in host Stevenson’s loss to Los Gatos in the first round of the Central Coast Section tennis tournament. The Gabilan Division champion Pirates came into the match 15-0 this season. Chen will compete on May 14 in the CCS singles tournament while Hidas and Logan Eckert will take part in doubles at Imperial Courts in Aptos. Alvarez was swept 7-0 by Carlmont, finishing the year 14-4. College softball CSUMB: Hayley Fein and Courtney Hennings were both named to the California Collegiate Athletic Association softball first team. For Fein, it was her third straight selection to the first team as a pitcher, while Hennings earned her second first team selection. First baseman Alyssa Burt and outfielder Marissa Hukkanen were both second team selections. CSUMB is hosting the CCAA tournament through Sunday.
01 May 19
JC Flooring

Contents Complementary products (accessories Parts. iwm supplies cnc Plasma cutter. provide water Cutting machine speeds Sci-fi prog metal Carpet cushion (carpet There also are ceramic tiles made in 18-inch squares, but they are not as popular as the 12-, 13- and 16-inch sizes, according to several sources. Because of their size, 18-inch tiles can be […]

30 Apr 19
New World Witchery - the Search for American Traditional Witchcraft

Summary: We’re talking about life as a swamp witch today with author Aaron Oberon! Aaron takes us through his work with “folkloric witchcraft” and the ways he both draws on his Southern roots and adapts them to meet contemporary needs. He’ll share his perspective on the Devil’s wife, making magical tools, and Queer identity in […]

26 Apr 19
Skye Photographs & Designs

What were your goals for this week? To work on project 3 on my stretch plan which is photography. What did you achieve this week in terms of your goals? I did a photoshoot with Madison Dyll and messed around in photoshop with my older photos What problems did you have? Photography/art block How did […]

24 Apr 19
Beauty, Hair, Nail & Skin Tutorials

[ad_1] The third season of Vikings airs on February 19! I’ve made a Lagertha tutorial before, but that one was for the beginning of season 1 and Lagertha has gotten a lot more powerful since then. Likewise, her hair has gotten more interesting! So here’s a tutorial for her braided hairdo in season 2 as […]

18 Apr 19
Random Thoughts

The Adani coal mine has become a key issue for voters. Wes Mountain/The Conversation, CC BY-ND Nick Economou, Monash University; Chris Aulich, University of Canberra; Ian Cook, Murdoch University; Maxine Newlands, James Cook University; Richard Eccleston, University of Tasmania, and Rob Manwaring, Flinders University Our “state of the states” series takes stock of the key […]