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26 May 19
Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Saskatoon high school athletes have been competing in track and field mini meets throughout the month of May. League regular season standings were tracked for the first time, and the St. Joseph Guardians were crowned regular season champions with 28 points. Close behind were the Holy Cross Crusaders with 26 points while the Bethlehem Stars […]

26 May 19

This might, just might, have the most ISCFC-level star-studded cast of all time. If you’re not at least intrigued after I list them, then…well, I’ve got no idea why you’re reading this.   Evan Lurie (Expect To Die; Hologram Man; Cyborg 3) Sherrie Rose (Summer Job; Night Claws; No Retreat, No Surrender 3; Cy-Warrior) Robert […]

26 May 19
Spiffy World Cars

In 1962, dedicated engineers John Najjar and Philip T. Clark, both working for Ford Motor Company, set out to develop a low-cost sports car prototype. This vehicle, the “Mustang I” concept was mid-engined and retained compact proportions. If Ford’s sports car was to beat the Chevrolet Corvette in the sales race, it would need an […]

26 May 19
Hoang Lan Dang

The Audiovisual In March of 1995, a limousine carrying Ted Koppel, the host of ABC-TV’s “Nightline” pulled up to the snow-covered curb outside Morrie’s house in West Newton, Massachusetts. Morrie was in a wheelchair full-time now, getting used to helpers lifting him like a heavy sack from the chair to the bed and the bed […]

26 May 19
Cole Writes

Published in The Saber In a bold move that has never been done at any other university, CSU has installed a remote-controlled bell system in the clock tower, which it will use for a weekly “Cougars Crack the Code” challenge. Every Monday at noon, the bells will chime a secret message in Morse code. Students […]

26 May 19
Animals.com

American black bear American black bearTemporal range: 2.6–0 Ma PreЄЄOSDCPTJKPgN↓Late Pliocene–Holocene American black bear in Manitoba‘sRiding Mountain National Park Conservation status Least Concern (IUCN 3.1)[1] Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Ursidae Genus: Ursus Species: U. americanus Binomial name Ursus americanusPallas, 1780 Subspecies 16, see text Synonyms Euarctos americanus The American black bear (Ursus americanus) is a medium-sized bear native to North America. […]

26 May 19
Europe

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26 May 19
Animals.com

Cheetah From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to navigationJump to searchThis article is about the animal. For other uses, see Cheetah (disambiguation). CheetahTemporal range: Pleistocene–Holocene, 1.9–0 Ma PreЄЄOSDCPTJKPgN↓ Female cheetah in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa MENU0:00 Acoustic repertoire of cheetahs Conservation status Vulnerable (IUCN 3.1)[1] Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Suborder: Feliformia Family: Felidae Subfamily: Felinae Genus: Acinonyx Species: […]

26 May 19
Mike Lamberti, From Margate To Cleveland, And Back !

As Columbia prepares for a chance to win its first state sectional title in 40 years, the Cougars’ rise to this level has taken on a one-out, one-inning, one-game approach. Columbia (16-11) will travel to North Hunterdon, in Annandale, on May 28, as it looks to complete an incredible run in North 2, Group 4. […]

26 May 19
The Mercury News
Put on your dancin’ shoes—the summer concert season is about to kick off in Los Gatos, home to three venerable outdoor music series and one recurring block party. Vasona Vibrations The music starts June 1 with the opening of the 17th annual Vasona Vibrations Concert Series, which sees Santa Clara County Parks and South Bay Folks team up to host free, family-friendly concerts in support of Second Harvest Food Bank. The free series kicks off with the Top Shelf Big Band, a community jazz band from Sunnyvale, playing swing and jazz from the big band era aimed at dancers and jazz fans alike. From there, the series will highlight acoustic genres from Americana to zydeco every Saturday through July 27. The series closes Aug. 3 with a bonus event, the Vasona Vibrations Acoustic Open Mike, open to all acoustic musicians, singers and songwriters. All performances run 5-7 p.m in on the lawn just down the hill from the pedestrian entrance to Vasona Lake County Park at University Avenue and Pepper Tree Lane. The Aug. 3 open mike runs 4-7 p.m. at the same location. The Vasona Vibrations Concert series is free. Food and cash donations for the Second Harvest Food Bank will be accepted at each concert. For more information and a full concert schedule, visit http://vasonavibrations.org. Jazz on the Plazz Jazz on the Plazz begins its “Chet Baker Summer,” celebrating West Coast cool, June 19 with vocalist Jane Monheit. The series, hosted by Los Gatos Music and Arts, continues Wednesdays through Aug. 21, with a July 16 gala featuring Shelea, who promises “A Night of Soul from Aretha to Adele. All free performances run 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Los Gatos Town Plaza, Main Street and Santa Cruz Avenue. The gala will be held at a private residence; tickets are $200 at http://jazzontheplazz.com, where you can also find a complete concert schedule. Summer Block Parties The Los Gatos Chamber of Commerce is hosting a series of Summer Block Parties one Thursday a month from June through August. The first party is set for June 20 and features live music by Don Olivet at Town Plaza from 5-7 p.m., then DJ Kurteek will get things rocking on Grays Lane at 7 p.m. with Loma Brewing Company. Shops will stay open late for this family-friendly event, and wine and beer will be sold at Town Plaza and Grays Lane. The other block parties are July 18, with live music by Rusty Rock ’N Roll, and Aug. 8, with tunes by the by Country Cougars. Music in the Park The Town of Los Gatos has been hosting Music in the Park, a free public summer concert series, since 1988. This year’s series opens July 7 with the Sun Kings and closes Aug. 4 with Caravanserai and special guest Tony Lindsay. The concerts are held on Sunday afternoons, 5-7 p.m. on the Los Gatos Civic Center lawn, 110 E. Main St. For a full concert lineup and more information, visit https://www.losgatosca.gov/350/Music-in-the-Park.
26 May 19
Daily Republic

May 26– May 26–The University of Houston men’s 400-meter relay misconnected on a handoff Saturday night, a stunning development that prevented the two-time defending national champions from advancing. It was a sour end to an otherwise successful three-day run at the NCAA West Regional in Sacramento, Calif., where the Cougars qualified 10 individuals in six […]

26 May 19
The Wonders of Wildlife

Rodents, which are classified into the order Rodentia, make up the largest group of mammals, with a combined total of 2,277 species. Comprising about 40% of all mammal species, rodents have become a diverse and widespread army. Rodents are characterised by a single pair of continuously growing incisors on the upper and lower jaws and […]

26 May 19
Sport Archives

FOOD PAPER – There is a hidden gem in Hingham and it's not from Hingham Jewelers. Sophomore Alex Prudente of Norte Dame Academy-Hingham captured the 2019 South Sectional single title with a 6-3, 6-1 victory over the Kelly Clarke from Martha's Vineyard at Old Rochester High School. Prudente's amazing title to the title includes a […]

26 May 19
Boston Herald
MATTAPOISETT – There is a hidden gem in Hingham and it’s not from Hingham Jewelers. Sophomore Alex Prudente of Norte Dame Academy-Hingham captured the 2019 South Sectional singles title with a 6-3, 6-1 victory over Kelly Klaren of Martha’s Vineyard at Old Rochester High School. Prudente’s amazing run to the title includes a 13-0 regular season record while losing only four games all season for the Cougars. Head coach Jenn Sherman credits her maturity in reaching the upper echelon this season. “Her game seems effortless at times as she is an extremely young athlete and she moves beautifully around the court as she sets up her shots strategically to win the point,” said Sherman, in her first year coaching Prudente. “But always know she is a perfectionist and if she does not feel she is playing at her best, she will discuss her tactics with you and find a way to be at her best.” Prudente had to change her style midway through the first set as both Klaren and Prudente split serve in the first four games. Prudente, who was also battling a stomach bug that had her miss back-to-back matches late this week, started to take advantage of the end line, moving Klaren back and forth to the corners to neutralize Klaren’s return game. Three consecutive net faults had Klaren scrambling for answers in the fifth game but Prudente broke her serve and took control the rest of the way. “(Prudente) is a really consistent player (with) really strong, solid shots and she just didn’t allow me to get into a rhythm,” said Klaren, who is headed to Merrimack next fall to continue her tennis career. The sophomore sensation rattled off the first five games in the second set to cruise to the straight-set victory and credited the adjustments Coach Sherman helped her with along the way. “I just got into a zone and started moving a little bit more and became more patient,” said Prudente. “I didn’t just go for winners right away and just set up the points and set myself up.” In doubles action, the Wellesley tandem of Haley Genta and Maria Laso also took care of business in straight sets in a 7-5, 6-1 victory over Newton North’s tag team of Ally Appel and Kat Filipova. Genta and Laso fell behind in the first set 5-4 but rallied to win the next three points. The duo made things look too easy in the second stanza to take down their first South Section doubles title for the Red Raiders, who are undefeated as a team this season at 16-0. Genta and Laso had the more consistent play throughout and knew …. “It feels great to continue to keep the season undefeated”, said Genta. “We’ve had really good chemistry as teammates and the main things were, we didn’t focus on any bad shots and kept the spirits up and the intensity high.” “We continue to play great with each other,” said Laso. “We’ve grown to love playing together every single day and every single match together has helped us.”
26 May 19
Day Baseball

Sunday, May 26th Cougars vs Beloit Snappers Thursday, July 4th Cougars vs Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Sunday, September 1st Cougars vs Burlington Bees

26 May 19
Welcome

WINK SPORTS Published: May 26, 2019 12:10 AM EDT Recommended Only one thing was guaranteed to a local high school baseball team this weekend: It would be the final game in a Canterbury uniform for the seniors who were three-time defending state champions. That meant they didn’t know what it was like to lose the […]

26 May 19
Daily Republic

May 26– May 26–Brenden Duncan hit a three-run home run, and CC Spokane beat Mt. Hood 9-3 Saturday at the NWAC Championship in Longview, Washington. Duncan’s shot came in the first inning and staked the Sasquatch (31-16) to a 4-0 lead. In the third, Jase Edwards added an RBI single and Jermaine Ducham drove in […]