Conrad Johnson

23 Jan 19
Literary Hub

Probably not all offices have regular arguments about which states are the most literary. Or maybe they do. In any case, our office does, and it’s a never-ending discussion, not least because there are a hundred different metrics you could use to determine the “literariness” of a state—which is itself a made-up distinction, of course. […]

23 Jan 19
Lake County Record-Bee
High school schedule Wednesday’s games Wrestling Coastal Mountain Conference Kelseyville, Lower Lake at Middletown, 5:30 p.m. Willits, Fort Bragg at Upper Lake, 5:30 p.m. Thursday’s games No events scheduled Friday’s games Boys basketball NCL I St. Helena at Middletown, 5 p.m. Cloverdale at Kelseyville,  6 p.m. Willits at Lower Lake, 6 p.m. Clear Lake at Fort Bragg, 6 p.m. Girls basketball NCL I St. Helena at Middletown, 3:30 p.m. Kelseyville at Cloverdale, 6 p.m. Lower Lake at Willits, 6 p.m. Fort Bragg at Clear Lake, 6 p.m. Boys wrestling Mission San Jose Tournament (Kelseyville entered) Mid-Cals Tournament (Upper Lake entered) Saturday’s games Boys basketball Non-league Mendocino at Upper Lake, 11 a.m. Girls basketball Non-league Mendocino at Upper Lake, 12:30 p.m. Roseland Prep at Kelseyville (varsity only), 1 p.m. Boys wrestling Mission San Jose Tournament (Kelseyville entered) Mid-Cals Tournament (Upper Lake entered) Redwood Empire Classic (Middletown, Lower Lake entered) Girls wrestling Redwood Empire Classic (Kelseyville, Middletown, Upper Lake entered) Monday’s games Boys basketball NCL I Middletown at Kelseyville, 5:30 p.m. Lower Lake at Clear Lake, 5:30 p.m. Girls basketball NCL I Kelseyville at Middletown, 5:30 p.m. Clear Lake at Lower Lake, 5:30 p.m. High school results Tuesday’s games Girls basketball NCL I At Middletown Cloverdale * 17 * 17 * 15 * 13 * — * 62 Middletown * 11 * 6 * 6 * 20 * — * 43 Cloverdale — Bird 25. Middletown — Brown 14, Morris 9, Santiago 7, Agapoff 5, Hart 3, S. Kucer 2, Jones 2. 3-pointers — Brown, Agapoff, Hart. Record — 6-2, 12-8. JV game — Middletown 44, Cloverdale 34. M — Alves 13, Pollack 10, Huffman 9. At Kelseyville Clear Lake * 11 * 13 * 7 * 15 * — * 46 Kelseyville * 7 * 18 * 13 * 13 * — * 51 Clear Lake — Lawler 2, Jardstrom 2, Ingalls 9, Reynolds 24, Landers 8, Hill 1. 3-pointers — Reynolds 5. Record — 3-5, 6-13. Kelseyville — Murray 1, Taylor 4, Davis 4, Boardman 8, Carter 3, Davidson 24, Barker 7. 3-pointers — Boardman, Taylor, Davidson, Barker. Record — 6-2, 13-6. JV game — Clear Lake 43, Kelseyville 34. CL — Mix 19, Howe 13. K — Furlani 11, Holland 8, Mateer 8. At Lower Lake St. Helena * 6 * 6 * 5 * 10 * — * 27 Lower Lake * 13 * 9 * 12 * 17 * — * 51 Lower Lake — Hughes 3, Robles 6, Bautista 2, Johnson 8, Felder 5, Cooper 5, Milano 12, Jones 8. 3-pointers — Milano 3, Robles 2, Johnson 2, Cooper. Record — 4-4, 6-14. JV game — Lower Lake 56, St. Helena 21. LL — Womack 20 (four 3-pointers); Mock 13, Doud 10. NCL II At Rohnert Park Upper Lake * 10 * 6 * 8 * 14 * — * 38 Credo * 10 * 24 * 12 * 5 * — * 51 Upper Lake — Sanchez 10, McCabe 8, Willard 5, Minnis 4, Reams 4, Zimmerschied 3, Obedoza 2, Poe 2. 3-pointers — McCabe 2, Sanchez. Record — 1-4, 7-12. Boys basketball NCL I At Cloverdale Middletown * 10 * 22 * 8 * 19 * 9 * — * 68 Cloverdale * 16 * 13 * 21 * 9 * 8 * — * 67 Middletown — A. Cervantes 21, S. Cervantes 2, Brown 9, Field 2, Boyd 12, Rockwell 6, Chastain 5, Aden 11. 3-pointers — Rockwell 2, Brown, Boyd. Record — 7-1, 14-5. JV game — Middletown 42, Cloverdale 29. M — Dacosta 10, Fonseca 9, Hoogendoorn 6, Hollingsworth 6. At Lakeport Kelseyville * 6 * 14 * 18 * 20 * — * 58 Clear Lake * 17 * 20 * 11 * 22 * — * 70 Kelseyville — Larsen 3, Baird 26, Villalobos 5, Linnell 6, Ledesma 1, Rixen 3, Helms 8, Horning 2, Chavez 4. 3-pointers — Baird 7, Helms 2, Linnell 2, Villalobos, Larsen. Record — 1-7, 4-16. Clear Lake — Johnson 2, Ford 11, Howe 4, Mertle 14, Cerini 8, Damiata 3, Lupercio 10, Jones 9, Mix 1, Marcks 8. 3-pointers — Ford 2, Lupercio 2, Jones 2. Record — 8-0, 18-2. JV game — Clear Lake 52, Kelseyville 40. CL — Valadez 15, Marcks 15, Ford 11. K — Terry 15. At St. Helena St. Helena 69, Lower Lake 64 (OT) Lower Lake — Wilkins 12, James 12, Carver 16, Vaughn 4, Taliaferro 10, Johnson 1, Hernandez 9. 3-pointers — Wilkins 2, Hernandez, Taliaferro. Record — 2-6, 10-10. JV game — St. Helena won (score not reported). NCL II At Rohnert Park Upper Lake * 9 * 16 * 19 * 20 * — * 64 Credo * 17 * 10 * 17 * 8 * — * 52 Upper Lake — Moran 5, Armstrong 3, Avalos 10, Love 11, Hodges 35. 3-pointers — Moran, Armstrong, Avalos, Love, Hodges. Record — 4-1, 14-5. JV game — Credo won (score not reported). NCL I standings Boys basketball W L W L Clear Lake 8 0 18 2 Middletown 7 1 14 5 Cloverdale 5 3 11 8 St. Helena 5 3 10 9 Fort Bragg 4 4 12 8 Lower Lake 2 6 10 10 Kelseyville 1 7 4 16 Willits 0 8 4 16 Tuesday’s games Clear Lake 70, Kelseyville 58 St. Helena 69, Lower Lake 64 (OT) Middletown 68, Cloverdale 67 (OT) Fort Bragg 49, Willits 39 Friday’s games St. Helena at Middletown, 5 p.m. Cloverdale at Kelseyville, 6 p.m. Willits at Lower Lake, 6 p.m. Clear Lake at Fort Bragg, 6 p.m. NCL I standings Girls basketball W L W L Cloverdale 8 0 16 4 Middletown 6 2 12 8 Kelseyville 6 2 13 6 Lower Lake 4 4 6 14 Clear Lake 3 5 6 13 Fort Bragg 2 5 6 13 Willits 2 5 6 7 St. Helena 0 8 4 14 Tuesday’s games Kelseyville 51, Clear Lake 46 Lower Lake 51, St. Helena 27 Cloverdale 62, Middletown 43 Fort Bragg at Willits (n) Friday’s games St. Helena at Middletown, 3:30 p.m. Kelseyville at Cloverdale, 6 p.m. Lower Lake at Willits, 6 p.m. Fort Bragg at Clear Lake, 6 p.m. Career scoring leaders High school basketball (Totals through Tuesday) Laura Wilder (UL) 1,897 Natalie Karlsson (UL) 1,846 Aleia Milano (LL) 1,761 Scott Conrad (K) 1,717 Vince Alderman (LL) 1,672 Kyle Ellis (K) 1,498 Jenny Schaal (CL) 1,485 Hokulani Wickard (LL) 1,477 Ryan Richardson (CL) 1,463 Michelle Day (LL) 1,461 x-Kenny Hodges (UL), 1,374 Paige Dumont (CL) 1,349 x-Payton Conrad (K) 1,338 Ashlyn Welton (M) 1,314 Eric Freeman (LL) 1,295 Justin Downard (LL) 1,285 Brittany Rumfelt (CL) 1,278 Jen Bryant (UL) 1,274 Sarah King (LL) 1,258 Tyler Hunt (M) 1,230 Steve Detton (CL) 1,228 Shalonda Bowden (K) 1,201 Alma Perez (K) 1,196 Antwan Jones (UL) 1,183 Tara Silva (LL-K) 1,175 Max Huff (K) 1,175 Jeff Larson (K) 1,155 Tanner Hutton (CL) 1,151 Caitlin Andrus (K) 1,147 A.J. Havrilla (UL) 1,122 Katie Wilder (LL) 1,121 Stephanie Kencke (K) 1,111 Lalie Lopez (UL) 1,104 Taylor Helms (CL) 1,088 Paul Olson (K) 1,086 Trever McCabe (UL) 1,084 Jeremy Linnell (K) 1,080 Cy Romberg (CL) 1,079 Paul Borghesani (K) 1,066 Allison Farr (CL) 1,074 David Wetherbee (M) 1,066 Becky Miller (LL) 1,062 Fawn Rave (UL) 1,049 Veronica Wilder (LL) 1,048 Alan Romberg (CL) 1,048 Kat Cardoza (M) 1,035 Riley Goff (K) 1,021 Brady Rockwell (M) 1,014 Jason Delfoe (UL) 1,011 x-active player  
23 Jan 19
Daily Republic

Youth volleyball Team Fierce takes third in tourney SAN MATEO — Club Solano Volleyball’s 14-under Team Fierce competed in the California Kickoff Volleyball Tournament at San Mateo Convention Center in San Mateo, Sunday and Monday, and had outstanding weekend playing against the top teams in the state. They started the first day strong, taking first […]

22 Jan 19
andrewfabricmt3331

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22 Jan 19
Archy news nety

Matthias / 50 Mr. and Mrs. Matthias WAVERLY – Gary and Janis Hartman Matthias will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a house open from 13:00 to 16:00. Next Sunday, January 27th, at the Waverly Area Veterans Post. They were married on 26 January 1969 in the Lutheran church of Sion in Readlyn. Mr. Matthias […]

22 Jan 19
media information literacy

ca. 3100 BCE Cuneiform, one of the earliest known writing systems developed in Sumer (modern day Iraq). Wedge-shaped marks were made on clay tablets by a blunt stylus cut from a reed. ca. 3000 Papyrus plant, paper-like material used as a writing surface in Egypt. Ink from lamp-black made in China. ca. 500 Amate, a beaten […]

21 Jan 19
Image Bomb

Looking back at 2018, it’s hard to think that 2019 can top it in terms of new movies. Last year contained some of the most successful films of all time, including the Marvel smash hits Avengers: Infinity War and Black Panther, the Pixar sequel Incredibles 2, and dinosaur thriller Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. There was […]

21 Jan 19
Local Spins

This week’s concert lineup also features the Ann Arbor Folk Festival, Lady Ace Boogie, Serengeti, FINKEL, Dirty Deville, Byron Stripling, Roosevelt Diggs, Chely Wright, Bass Country, The Crane Wives and a “Synth Night.” And see how you can win tickets to the big Bass Country show at The Intersection.

21 Jan 19
Catholic Student Leadership

Thanks for registering to attend iLITE 2019! Volunteer Sign Up REMINDERS $5 per student + 1 pair of new socks (for Toronto’s homeless via Socks for Souls) Cheques only (no cash please) (make out to TCDSB – Student Leadership) Pizza lunch will be served Workshop selections will be made at the event (arrive early) Please stay […]

21 Jan 19
Eagle News Online

West Genesse to bring ‘Bye Bye Birdie’ to the stage Join us as WestGeneseeHigh School students present the musical Bye Bye Birdie. Shows are Thursday, Feb. 7 and Friday, Feb. 8, at 7 p.m., and Saturday, Feb. 9 at 2 p.m. The year is 1958, and the rock-and-roll idol making every teenage girl swoon, Conrad Birdie […]

21 Jan 19
Marcus S. Sanderson

Looking for fake friends quotes and sayings? Humans possess the inherent ability to network and seek out their tribe. Whether it’s through work, school, or just everyday activities, friendships are bound to develop. Although friends are usually the ones who we grow with and add joy to our lives, through time, friendships can dissolve because […]

21 Jan 19
Twin Cities
ADVERTISING/PUBLIC RELATIONS Preston Kelly, Minneapolis, announced the following hires: Sarah Hoehn, creative director; Lisa Thotland, executive producer; Ben Proell, designer; Alexa Harney, account manager; Jessica Thompson, account manager; Christine Sammons, controller, and Kim Nelson, accounting manager. AGRICULTURE Eden Prairie-based livestock nutrition supplier Zinpro Corp. announced the following leadership changes: William Scrimgeour moving from president and chief executive officer to CEO; Rob Sheffer moving from chief operating officer to president, and Patrick Brunner from chief financial officer to COO. The changes were effective Jan. 1. ATTRACTIONS Glensheen, Duluth, ranked second in the 2018 USA Today 10 Best Readers’ Choice travel award contest for Best Holiday Historic Home Tour. AUTO DEALERSHIPS Walser Automotive Group‘s Burnsville Subaru dealership is moving to be next door to Walser Honda on Buck Hill Road. CONSTRUCTION Construction equipment supplier McClellan Sales Inc., Blaine, has changed its operating name to MC Tool & Safety Sales; the business has been owned by Erika Scherman and her father Ken Breske since 2017. DEVELOPMENT Kraus-Anderson Development Co., Minneapolis, has hired Timothy Marco as director of development. ENTERTAINMENT Entourage Events Group, Minneapolis, announced it has secured a contract to manage all private non-concert events at concert venue First Avenue, Minneapolis, and associated St. Paul locations: Turf Club and Palace Theatre. FINANCIAL SERVICES Hiway Federal Credit Union, St. Paul, has welcomed Ed Kugland as mortgage operations manager. … Keith Hembre has joined Liniam Capital, Minneapolis, as chief investment officer. GROCERY Valley Natural Foods, a Burnsville co-op, has expanded its grocery and retail operation; the $8.2 million project was constructed by Kraus-Anderson and designed by Wilkus Architects. HEALTH CARE Oakdale-based recovery and mental health services provider Canvas Health has hired Hilke Riechardt-Martinez as chief financial officer. … The Health Enhancement Research Organization, HERO, a Waconia-based employer health care consultant, announced that Karen Moseley has been named president. … Dr. Eric S. Nussbaum of the National Brain Aneurysm and Tumor Center and medical director of the Neurovascular Neurosurgery Program at United Hospital in St. Paul, has been named associate editor-in-chief for Surgical Neurology International: General Neurosurgery. … Pella Regional Health Center in Iowa has partnered with Dutluth-based Sisu Healthcare IT Solutions for data support. HONORS The Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Board, Mankato, announced that online support group Ally Network of MN, founded by Dan and Kirstin Cronn-Mills, has received its annual Pathfinder Award; its Young Pathfinder Award recipient is Kyle Kehoe and its Business Pathfinder Award recipient is Angie and Dan Bastian of Angie’s Boomchickapop popcorn brand; the inaugural Leadership Pathfinder Award recipient is Sheri Allen, Mankato Area Public Schools. The organization is affiliated with Minnesota State University, Mankato. … Eagan High School students Nils Peterson, Kevin Huang and Marissa Amerongen have been recognized by Eagan Rotary for the first quarter of this school year as students of the month for September, October and November respectively. HOSPITALITY Mystic Lake Casino Hotel, Prior Lake, announced that its Minnehaha Café has reopened; also opening is Sweet Temptations, a standalone dessert shop; Minnehaha Café was Mystic Lake’s first restaurant to open in the early 1990s. … The 127-suite Residence Inn Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport/Eagan has opened at 1560 Quarry Road, Eagan. It will operate as a Marriott franchise, owned by Continental 390 Fund LLC and managed by Aimbridge Hospitality of Plano, Texas. … Delta Hotels by Marriott Minneapolis Northeast announced its $14 million renovation and rebrand as a Delta Hotels by Marriott property. It’s located at 1330 Industrial Blvd., Minneapolis. LAW National law firm Ballard Spahr has announced the promotion of private equity attorney Peter V. Michaud from managing partner of the firm’s Minneapolis office to the position of chair of the Business and Finance Department, effective Jan. 1; litigation partner Karla Vehrs succeeds Michaud as managing partner in Minneapolis. …  Fish & Richardson, Minneapolis, received two 2018 Attorney of the Year awards in the individual and group categories from Minnesota Lawyer: Principal John Adkisson won an individual award for client Samsung Bioepis; Principals John Dragseth, Joseph Herriges, Rob Courtney, and John Adkisson, and associates Conrad Gosen and Malena Stiteler won for patent litigation wins for Arctic Cat. MANUFACTURING Medical and industrial gases supplier Airgas, an Air Liquide company, announced plans to build an air separation unit in the Twin Cities area. Permitting is ongoing and construction will begin in 2019 with operations expected to be on-stream in 2020. … Window and door manufacturer Andersen Corp., Bayport, announced it will pay out $19.4 million in 2018 profit sharing; eligible employees will receive $2,115, which is an 18 percent increase over 2017 profit sharing. … DriSteem, a maker of commercial humidification systems, announced the kickoff of its building expansion at 14949 Technology Drive, Eden Prairie. NONPROFITS Susie Emmert has been named vice president and chief advocacy officer for St. Paul-based Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota. She has been with the organization for nine years. Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota also announced a partnership with Lifetrack, a St. Paul provider of neighborhood health and community services. … NCF, a Minneapolis-based provider of housing assistance, announced that executive director and co-founder Warren Kramer stepped down at the end of 2018. … The St. Paul & Minnesota Foundations announced the following board appointments: Paul Snyder, KPMG LLP (reitred), board chair; board members Jill Farrington, KPMG; Matt Majka, Minnesota Wild; Mary Jane Melendez, General Mills Foundation; Gloria Perez, Jeremiah Program, and Craig Stapleton, Securian Financial Group. ORGANIZATIONS David Aafedt, partner at Winthrop & Weinstine, Minneapolis, was re-elected as chairman of the board for Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota; this is Aafedt’s sixth consecutive term as chairman, he has been a member of the board since 2010. … Greater Mankato Growth announced that Emmy Forsyth has been named the organization’s first-ever talent resources liaison and Jaci Sprague, the 2018 Greater Mankato Growth Young Professional of the Year, will begin Feb. 1 as director of business and community Relations; Greater Mankato Growth includes the regional chamber of commerce and economic development organization, Visit Mankato, City Center Partnership and GreenSeam. … Jewish Family Service of St. Paul announced the launch of its redesigned website, jfssp.org/. … Tim Lawrence, City & County Credit Union, has been named Woodbury Area Chamber of Commerce board chair for 2019; Gina Kazmerski, Image360, will serve as past board chair; executive committee members are: First Vice Chair Eric Rislove, Edward Jones Investments; Second Vice Chair Pat Fritz, Seasons Market Holiday and Treasurer Brian Johnson, Two Bald Guys. … Jack’s Caregiver Coalition, a Prior Lake-based service for men who are cancer caregivers, has named Breanne Ostrom to its board of directors. Ostrom is the benefits and wellness specialist at Kraus-Anderson Cos., Minneapolis. RETAIL Best Buy Co., Richfield, announced that Eugene A. Woods has been appointed to its board of directors. Woods is president and CEO of Charlotte, N.C.-based hospital and clinic operator Atrium Health. SERVICES United Van Lines announced its Van Operators of the Month for August and September 2018, including Thomas Fronk, Suddath Relocation Systems, Eden Prairie, for household goods and Leonard Hampton, Suddath Relocation Systems, for logistics. … Mayflower Transit announced its Van Operators of the Month for August and September including Philip Marcorelle, Boulevard Moving & Storage, Eden Prairie, for logistics. TECHNOLOGY Communications Systems, a Minnetonka-based provider of broadband network equipment and services, announced that Curtis A. (“Curt”) Sampson has retired as the chairman of the board, but will continue on the board with the title chairman emeritus; Roger Lacey, CSI’s chief executive officer and vice chairman, has been named as the executive chairman of the board.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] EMAIL ITEMS to businessnews@pioneerpress.com.  
20 Jan 19
Timeless Classics

“They learn in suffering what they teach in song.”

19 Jan 19
The Vault

“A beginning is a very delicate time indeed.” – From Dune, screenplay by David Lynch, based on the novel by Frank Herbert In The Hero with a Thousand Faces, Joseph Campbell describes the beginning of the typical hero’s journey. “A hero ventures forth from the world of common day into a region of supernatural wonder…” […]

19 Jan 19
Lake County Record-Bee
High school schedule Saturday’s games Girls basketball Non-league Healdsburg at Upper Lake, 3:30 p.m. Boys wrestling Kelseyville, Upper Lake at Puma Classic (Santa Rosa), 9 a.m. Lower Lake at Corning Invitational, 9 a.m. Middletown at North Coast Classic (Eureka), 9 a.m. Girls wrestling Kelseyville at Lady Jaguar Classic (Vallejo), 9 a.m. Upper Lake at Lady Eagles Invite (Modesto), 9 a.m. Monday’s games Girls basketball Non-league College Park at Middletown, 5:30 p.m. Tuesday’s games Boys basketball NCL I Kelseyville at Clear Lake, 5:30 p.m. Lower Lake at St. Helena, 5:30 p.m. Middletown at Cloverdale, 5:30 p.m. NCL II Upper Lake at Credo, 5 p.m. Girls basketball NCL I Clear Lake at Kelseyville, 5:30 p.m. Cloverdale at Middletown, 5:30 p.m. St.  Helena at Lower Lake, 5:30 p.m. NCL II Upper Lake at Credo, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday’s games Coastal Mountain Conference Kelseyville, Lower Lake at Middletown, 5:30 p.m. Willits, Fort Bragg at Upper Lake, 5:30 p.m. Thursday’s games No events scheduled High school results Friday’s games Boys basketball NCL I At Lakeport Middletown * 16 * 13 * 8 * 15 * — * 52 Clear Lake * 21 * 18 * 21 * 13 * — * 73 Middletown — S. Cervantes 2, Brown 6, Field 4, Boyd 1, A. Cervantes 7, Rockwell 6, Chastain 8, Aden 18. 3-pointers — Brown, Rockwell. Record — 6-1, 13-5. Clear Lake — Johnson 4, Ford 9, Howe 2, Mertle 14, Cerini 2, Damiata 10, Lupercio 3, Jones 14, Mix 2, Marcks 13. 3-pointers — Ford 3, Damiata 3, Jones 2. Record — 7-0, 17-2. JV game — Clear Lake 56, Middletown 49. CL — Valadez 17, Marcks 14, Martin 11. M — Ketchum 15, Fonseca 13. At Fort Bragg Lower Lake * 12 * 6 * 8 * 13 * — * 39 Fort Bragg * 19 * 15 * 19 * 15 * — * 68 Lower Lake — Wilkins 13, James 6, Taliaferro 6, Carver 4, Vaughn 2, Johnson 4, Clark 3, Brooke 1. 3-pointers — James 2, Clark. Record — 2-5, 10-9. JV game — Lower Lake won (score not reported). At Kelseyville Willits * 2 * 12 * 16 * 8 * — * 38 Kelseyville * 9 * 20 * 18 * 14 * — * 61 Kelseyville — Larsen 6, Baird 9, Villalobos 6, Linnell 5, Ledesma 4, Rixen 4, Helms 15, Horning 2, Chavez 10. 3-pointers — Helms 3, Chavez 2, Linnell 1. Record — 1-6, 4-15. JV game — Kelseyville 50, Willits 49. K — K. Leary 15, T. Leary 11, Holt 10, Terry 10. NCL II At Upper Lake RVC * 8 * 11 * 18 * 14 * — * 51 Upper Lake * 10 * 21 * 15 * 13 * — * 59 Upper Lake — Armstrong 12, Avalos 6, Nevarez 4, Love 6, Slater 1, Hodges 30. 3-pointers — Armstrong 3, Love 2, Hodges 2. Record — 3-1, 13-5. JV game — none held. Girls basketball NCL I At Middletown Clear Lake * 5 * 11 * 8 * 8 * — * 32 Middletown * 14 * 7 * 10 * 7 * — * 38 Clear Lake — Ingalls 3, Reynolds 11, Landers 4, Hill 2, McIntire 6, Wofford 6. 3-pointers — Reynolds 3. Record — 3-4, 6-12. Middletown — Hart 8, Agapoff 7, Brown 7, Astley 3, Morris 4, Santiago 9. 3-pointers — Hart. Record — 6-1, 11-7. JV game — Middletown 58, Clear Lake 50. M — Pollack 18, Dubois 10, Alves 8. CL — Mix 28, Howe 14, Bussard 8. At Lower Lake Fort Bragg * 12 * 5 * 8 * 9 * — * 34 Lower Lake * 11 * 9 * 11 * 9 * — * 40 Lower Lake — Hughes 9, Robles 12, Cordova 3, Felder 4, Milano 2, Jones 10. 3-pointers — Hughes 3, Robles 2. Record — 3-4, 5-14. JV game — Lower Lake 40, Fort Bragg 23. LL — Mock 13, Doud 9. At Kelseyville Willits * 7 * 0 * 10 * 4 * — * 21 Kelseyville * 21 * 19 * 10 * 13 * — * 63 Kelseyville — Murray 2, Taylor 8, Davis 7, Ortiz 3, Boardman 3, Carter 2, Davidson 28, Barker 10. 3-pointers — Barker 2, Davis, Ortiz, Boarman. Record — 5-2, 12-6. JV game — Willits 43, Kelseyville 14. K — Furlani 5, Mateer 4. NCL II At Upper Lake RVC * 20 * 9 * 14 * 8 * — * 51 Upper Lake * 4 * 2 * 3 * 9 * — * 18 Upper Lake — Sanchez 8, Loans Arrow 5, Willard 5. 3-pointers — Willard. Record — 1-3, 7-10. NCL I standings Boys basketball W L W L Clear Lake 7 0 17 2 Middletown 6 1 13 5 Cloverdale 5 2 11 7 St. Helena 4 3 9 9 Fort Bragg 3 4 11 8 Lower Lake 2 5 10 9 Kelseyville 1 6 4 15 Willits 0 7 4 15 Friday’s games Kelseyville 61, Willits 38 Fort Bragg 68, Lower Lake 39 Clear Lake 73, Middletown 52 Cloverdale 61, St. Helena 32 Tuesday’s games Kelseyville at Clear Lake, 5:30 p.m. Lower Lake at St. Helena, 5:30 p.m. Middletown at Cloverdale, 5:30 p.m. Fort Bragg at Willits, 5 p.m. NCL I standings Girls basketball W L W L Cloverdale 6 0 14 4 Middletown 6 1 11 7 Kelseyville 5 2 12 6 Clear Lake 3 4 6 12 Lower Lake 3 4 5 14 Fort Bragg 2 5 6 13 Willits 2 5 6 7 St. Helena 0 6 4 12 Friday’s games Kelseyville 63, Willits 21 Middletown 38, Clear Lake 32 Lower Lake 40, Fort Bragg 34 Cloverdale at St. Helena (n) Tuesday’s games Clear Lake at Kelseyville, 5:30 p.m. St. Helena at Lower Lake, 5:30 p.m. Cloverdale at Middletown, 5:30 p.m. Fort Bragg at Willits, 3:30 p.m. Career scoring leaders High school basketball (Totals through Friday) Laura Wilder (UL) 1,897 Natalie Karlsson (UL) 1,846 Aleia Milano (LL) 1,761 Scott Conrad (K) 1,717 Vince Alderman (LL) 1,672 Kyle Ellis (K) 1,498 Jenny Schaal (CL) 1,485 Hokulani Wickard (LL) 1,477 Ryan Richardson (CL) 1,463 Michelle Day (LL) 1,461 Paige Dumont (CL) 1,349 x-Kenny Hodges (UL), 1,339 x-Payton Conrad (K) 1,338 Ashlyn Welton (M) 1,314 Eric Freeman (LL) 1,295 Justin Downard (LL) 1,285 Brittany Rumfelt (CL) 1,278 Jen Bryant (UL) 1,274 Sarah King (LL) 1,258 Tyler Hunt (M) 1,230 Steve Detton (CL) 1,228 Shalonda Bowden (K) 1,201 Alma Perez (K) 1,196 Antwan Jones (UL) 1,183 Tara Silva (LL-K) 1,175 Max Huff (K) 1,175 Jeff Larson (K) 1,155 Tanner Hutton (CL) 1,151 Caitlin Andrus (K) 1,147 A.J. Havrilla (UL) 1,122 Katie Wilder (LL) 1,121 Stephanie Kencke (K) 1,111 Lalie Lopez (UL) 1,104 Taylor Helms (CL) 1,088 Paul Olson (K) 1,086 Trever McCabe (UL) 1,084 Jeremy Linnell (K) 1,080 Cy Romberg (CL) 1,079 Paul Borghesani (K) 1,066 Allison Farr (CL) 1,074 David Wetherbee (M) 1,066 Becky Miller (LL) 1,062 Fawn Rave (UL) 1,049 Veronica Wilder (LL) 1,048 Alan Romberg (CL) 1,048 Kat Cardoza (M) 1,035 Riley Goff (K) 1,021 Brady Rockwell (M) 1,014 Jason Delfoe (UL) 1,011 x-active player