Flawless By Friday

17 Feb 19
News Archives Uk

Hawke's Bay Premier Club Cricket competition for men has been dragged into the sand this summer for the glamorous silver piece. Reynard Health Supplies Havelock North CC is the twentieth qualifier for the Murray McKearney Memorial Cup in the third and final format of the property broker sponsored competition this coming Sunday. The villagers are […]

16 Feb 19
Running with Roses

The girl we see every morning running on the side of the road as we commute to work. Who sacrifices time with her friends to get her afternoon run in. Who goes to bed at 9 pm on a Friday night because she has to get up early for a Saturday morning long run. Who eats perfectly […]

16 Feb 19
Sophie's Voice

“If you could tell your 19-year-old self one thing, what would it be,” asked a 19-year-old offender.  He stood there, in wrinkled state-issued clothes, his green jacket faded and torn. “What’s the one thing that helped you the most while you did your 18 years?” asked another young man in state-issued glasses.  His hair was […]

16 Feb 19
Inside the Mind of BB

Cover Photo: “RuPaul Drag Race” Over winter break, I had a lot of TV watching to catch up on. My friend from back home told me about this magical show called “RuPaul Drag Race.” Since a new season began in January, a certain TV station (I think Logo TV) decided to do a binge-a-thon until […]

16 Feb 19
Barbara Zorzato

Don Quixote Royal Opera House Friday, 15th February 2019 Don Quixote – 02/15/2019       Kitri: Marianela Nunez Basilio: Vadim Muntagirov Espada: Ryoichi Hirano Mercedes: Laura Morera Queen of the Dryads: Fumi Kaneko Amor: Anna Rose O’Sullivan Kitri’s friends: Beatriz Stix-Brunell, Yuhui Choe Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. I FINALLY SAW DONQ […]

16 Feb 19
Shannon Diana

Hello, my lovely followers and readers of my blog! I hope you haven’t missed me that much!  I hope you are all okay and if you aren’t feeling ok. Just remember that’s it ok not to be ok and I promise you can get the right support you need if you reach out to someone […]

16 Feb 19
News Archives Uk

A closure avoided, a constitutional crisis was born. On Friday, Donald Trump declared a national emergency to obtain additional funds for his promised border wall, bypassing Congress and raiding the Pentagon for $ 3.6 billion legally questionable proposal in the eyes of the Ministry of Justice. That's Mexico paying. Once upon a time, Trump and […]

16 Feb 19
Press Enterprise
LAKE ELSINORE – A loud voice rose from the visitors’ section at Lakeside High Friday with a comment about Lakeside’s Jazlen Green: “So she is human.” Of course it took until a missed free throw in the fourth quarter for him to be sure. Green had plenty of help, but as usual, she was the driving force in a Lakeside victory. But this 60-51 triumph over Flintridge Prep was different, because it propelled the Lancers to the Division 2A championship game next weekend. Top-seeded Lakeside (25-3) will face Oxford Academy, a 60-29 victor over Santa Margarita. Despite missing a stretch after turning her ankle, Green dominated the stat sheet with 23 points and 14 rebounds. However, she had just as big an impact on the victory in the fourth quarter, when she didn’t score a point. The Lancers opened up a 14-point lead early in the final period, but left the door open with missed free throws and turnovers. That allowed Flintridge Prep (24-3) to narrow the gap to seven with 1:45 to go. Green, however had a couple of key assists and two big contested rebounds down the stretch, enabling the Lancers to put the game away at the free throw line. She finished with six assists and four steals. “As a former defensive player myself, I really appreciate the effort she puts in on defense,” said Lakeside coach Kianna Williams. To Green, it’s simply acknowledging that she is on the floor to do more than score. “I’m a basketball player,” she said. “If scoring helps us win, that’s what I want to do. But it’s about helping us win, whatever it take. It’s all about the dub (W).” Green put up 15 points in the first half, helping the Lancers take a six-point lead to the locker room. Flintridge Prep had grabbed its only lead of the night at the end of the first quarter, but Lakeside scored the first 12 points of the second quarter, all from beyond the three-point line. Jolene Armendariz hit an early three in that quarter, as she had in the first. She finished with 19 points, all five of her field goals coming from beyond the arc. Williams said her main concern was containing Flintridge’s junior guard Kaitlyn Chen. The Lancers kept her contained until the fourth, when she scored 12 of her 26 points to lead the Rebels’ charge. The game might have had a different ending had Flintridge not struggled so much from the outside. The Rebels missed all 12 of their three-pointers through the first three quarters, finishing 2 of 20 from beyond the line. For Green, it was a near flawless performance, marred only by four consecutive misses from the free-throw line in the fourth. “That’s the worst I’ve ever shot free throws,” she said. “Definitely got to get back in the gym and shoot my free throws. We can’t have those.”
16 Feb 19
SCNG
LAKE ELSINORE – A loud voice rose from the visitors’ section at Lakeside High Friday with a comment about Lakeside’s Jazlen Green: “So she is human.” Of course it took until a missed free throw in the fourth quarter for him to be sure. Green had plenty of help, but as usual, she was the driving force in a Lakeside victory. But this 60-51 triumph over Flintridge Prep was different, because it propelled the Lancers to the Division 2A championship game next weekend. Top-seeded Lakeside (25-3) will face Oxford Academy, a 60-29 victor over Santa Margarita. Despite missing a stretch after turning her ankle, Green dominated the stat sheet with 23 points and 14 rebounds. However, she had just as big an impact on the victory in the fourth quarter, when she didn’t score a point. The Lancers opened up a 14-point lead early in the final period, but left the door open with missed free throws and turnovers. That allowed Flintridge Prep (24-3) to narrow the gap to seven with 1:45 to go. Green, however had a couple of key assists and two big contested rebounds down the stretch, enabling the Lancers to put the game away at the free throw line. She finished with six assists and four steals. “As a former defensive player myself, I really appreciate the effort she puts in on defense,” said Lakeside coach Kianna Williams. To Green, it’s simply acknowledging that she is on the floor to do more than score. “I’m a basketball player,” she said. “If scoring helps us win, that’s what I want to do. But it’s about helping us win, whatever it take. It’s all about the dub (W).” Green put up 15 points in the first half, helping the Lancers take a six-point lead to the locker room. Flintridge Prep had grabbed its only lead of the night at the end of the first quarter, but Lakeside scored the first 12 points of the second quarter, all from beyond the three-point line. Jolene Armendariz hit an early three in that quarter, as she had in the first. She finished with 19 points, all five of her field goals coming from beyond the arc. Williams said her main concern was containing Flintridge’s junior guard Kaitlyn Chen. The Lancers kept her contained until the fourth, when she scored 12 of her 26 points to lead the Rebels’ charge. The game might have had a different ending had Flintridge not struggled so much from the outside. The Rebels missed all 12 of their three-pointers through the first three quarters, finishing 2 of 20 from beyond the line. For Green, it was a near flawless performance, marred only by four consecutive misses from the free-throw line in the fourth. “That’s the worst I’ve ever shot free throws,” she said. “Definitely got to get back in the gym and shoot my free throws. We can’t have those.”
16 Feb 19
Toronto Sun

The biggest turnaround on Friday at the Genesis Open didn’t even take place on the course. Matt Kuchar released a statement between rounds one and two of the rain-soaked tournament explaining that he will pay David (El Tucan) Ortiz — the local caddie from his November win at the Mayakoba Classic in Mexcio — the […]

15 Feb 19
National Post

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Joe Gibbs was in the second season of owning his eponymous race team when the stress of a tight race at the Daytona 500 hit him. His relatively inexperienced son was working in the pits and needed to be flawless with team driver Dale Jarrett leading the race. Sure enough, Jarrett […]

15 Feb 19
CulArtBlog

THE CUTS reviews songs, videos or albums we think deserve your attention. The songs or videos covered are not genre and/or region specific. Once it is good, it would be reviewed or featured. THE CUTS is available every FRIDAY. Ayat ft Efya – For You Ayat has been busy these few months with his releases; […]