Franklin Marshall

09 Dec 18

Gold is the most coveted award most people can hope to get for an accomplishment. The rare metal was used as a symbol of prestige since the age of antiquity. The metal is still used in awards in various degrees to this day. These awards are listed by their own weight in gold.

09 Dec 18
Shayn Roby's College Sports

Team                            Record                      Most Recent Result                            Roby Rating Alabama                     13-0    […]

09 Dec 18
An Inside Look

Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education Jonathan Rosenthal has announced his retirement, serving ISU for 27 years. Rosenthal has had many different roles at ISU, starting as a faculty member in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures and later becoming associate dean in the College of Arts and Sciences. “I’m also the provost’s representative to […]

09 Dec 18
TopNaija

” No Brainer ” is a song by American musician DJ Khaled, featuring guest vocals from Canadian singer Justin Bieber and American rappers Chance the Rapper and Quavo . The song was released on July 27, 2018 by We the Best Music Group and Epic Records, the second single from Khaled’s upcoming eleventh studio album, […]

09 Dec 18
MediaBlog

TIMELINE Major Events in the History of Mass Communications This timeline shows the growing importance of mass communication in increasingly compressed historical time periods. It is not an all-inclusive timeline. It is intended to provide an historical perspective and the basis for further study of the rapid development of modern media. 3000 B.C. +: Early […]

08 Dec 18
South County News

Jill Stacy (Puvogel) Adamski, 53, Hickory Corners, died Nov. 11, after a courageous battle against cancer. Jill, the daughter of Jeffrey P. and Jane C. (Lundy) Puvogel, was born in Royal Oak August 13, 1965 and was a 1983 graduate of Vicksburg High School. She graduated from MSU’s James Madison College in 1987 with a […]

08 Dec 18
Why Evolution Is True

It’s Saturday, December 8, 2018, and National Brownie Day. It’s also the Day of Finnish Music, but I don’t know any Finnish music. How sad; let’s have some! Here’s a rousing Finnish Guard marching song: On this day in 1660, or so reports Wikipedia, “A woman (either Margaret Hughes or Anne Marshall) appears on an English public stage for […]

08 Dec 18
Flowers For Socrates

December 8th is Chocolate Brownie Day National Lard Day Pretend To Be A Time Traveler Day * _______________________________________ MORE! Wang Anshi, Conceição Lima and John Lennon, click

08 Dec 18
Tales from a Flying Fish

How safe is your daughter?

08 Dec 18
Shayn Roby's College Sports

Team                     Record               Result                         Roby Rating Alabama                     13-0               35-28 vs. Georgia          […]

07 Dec 18
College Football News

[jwplayer PkCtjTd4-boEY74VG] How good are the bowl games? Ranking all the bowl matchups from the worst-looking to the best. How awesome is your bowl? There are 39 of them all leading up to the College Football Playoff National Championship. Of course you’re going to care about all of them all because 1) it’s college football. […]

07 Dec 18
Klein MJ News

PHILADELPHIA – Amber Meadors wakes up at 6:00 AM sharp every morning to prepare for work. She is currently employed as an order-taker at McDonalds, where she earns $7.75/hr. Despite a rough upbringing, Meadors managed to graduate from high school. After graduation, she landed a part-time job at a local grocery store before finding work […]

07 Dec 18
Anna Marshall

Ben Franklin once said, “Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise.” And one man’s early morning had him rolling in the Benjamins. Buzz60's Mercer Morrison has the story.            from USATODAY – Nation Top Stories http://rssfeeds.usatoday.com/~/584217630/0/usatodaycomnation-topstories~Man-wins-K-with-lottery-ticket-he-bought-while-waiting-in-line/

07 Dec 18
SCNG
Varsity results are accepted via email (preps@pe.com) only. The results must be emailed on the day of the event by 11 p.m. Monday-Saturday.   Boys Basketball Riverside Kiwanis Tournament Hillcrest 41, King 38. Hillcrest scoring – Anderson 13, Mendoza 27, Macharia 1. King scoring – Tolson 3, Tchengang 6, Rowland 5, Franklin 15, Tinker 2, Olukoju 7. Highlights: Sebastian Mendoza adds 12 rebounds for his 8th straight double double. Hillcrest will Play Riverside Poly in the semifinals on Friday at 5:30 at Arlington HS. (Hillcrest is 5-3. King 5-4.) La Sierra 65, Yucaipa 49. La Sierra scoring – Thomas 6, A. Moreno 6, Nze 24, Do 5, Ekong 17, Wright 5, J. Moreno 2. Yucaipa scoring – Ammerman 5, Stradford 3, Theis 6, Rodriguez 13, Douglas 2, Torres 9, Anton 7, Haynes 4. Citrus Hill 67, Riverside County Education Academy 52. Citrus Hill scoring – Borwn Jr. 25, Owens 19, Sanders 11, Harris 6, Wilborn 4, Hamilton 2. (Citrus Hill is 6-2.) Riverside Poly 63, Rialto 42. Poly scoring – Briscoe 17, Thornton 10, Butler 8, Rubidoux 10, Johnson 4, Bernie 8, Medure 2, Johnson 2, Marshall 2, Lopez 2. (Poly is 6-1.) Hillcrest 41, King 38. Hillcrest scoring – Anderson 13, Medosa 27, Machacia 1. King scoring – Tolson 3, Tchengang 6, S. Rowlan 5, Franklin 15, Tinker 2, Olukoju 7. Highlight: Josh Dietz had nine rebounds. (King is 5-4.)   Girls Basketball Azusa Tournament Ramona 55, St. Lucy’s 17. Ramona scoring –  Guiton 11, Hurtado 2, Beccue 11, May 3, Garcia 9, Petty 19. St. Lucy’s scoring – Duran 4, Ashley 2, Pucz 11. Norco Tournament Norco 45, Sierra Vista 26. Norco scoring – A. Dejurnett 9, C. Ruiz 11, A. Cassell 2,  S. Cooper 3, S. Willis 10, C. O’ Hara 6, E. Garcia 4. (Norco is 6-2. Sierra Vista is 1-6.) Roosevelt Tournament Pool play Rancho Verde 69, Don Lugo 41. Rancho Verde scoring – Mosses 22, San Antonio 14, Kyles 14, Williamson 12, Jackson 3, Sequeira 2, King 2. Don Lugo scoring – Lee 12, Shuttle 8, De Rego 7, Medrano 6, Lara 4, Ibanez 2, Cordero 2. (Rancho Verde is 7-2. Don Lugo is 1-6.) Nonleague Brea Olinda 55, JW North 48. Brea Olinda scoring – Lee 23, Fust 14, Price 9, Gustafson 3, Skipper 3, Ybarra 3. North scoring – Calhoun-Fuller 18, Leach 9, Belarde 7, Smith 6, Ajobiwe 4, Collins 4. Highlights: Stephanie Lee made five 3-pointers for Brea Olinda. (Brea Olinda is 7-2. North is 7-1.) Rancho Christian 43, La Sierra 37. (Rancho Christian is 6-2. La Sierra is 2-3.)   Boys Soccer Murrieta Valley 2, Paloma Valley 0. Goals – Verde (MV) 1, Steinbock (MV) 1. Saves – Reese (MV) 6. (Murrieta Valley is 3-1.)   Girls Water Polo Nonleague Valley View 15, Hemet 5. Goals – Garcia (H) 1, Schlieder (H) 1, Estavillo (H) 1, Gilliland (H) 1, Alonzo (H) 1. Saves – Schlieder (H) 4. Highlights: Willow Snow had four steals for Hemet. “The Lady Bulldogs traveled to play the Valley View Eagles in some chaotic wind and rain; with easy ups blowing away, the goal knocking over and the clock breaking in the second quarter. The goals that were scored all came from great communication and teamwork, like a toss to the set from Kayla Alonzo (H), as Goalie Courtney Schlieder (H) yells “look who you got” in hopes to not give away that Set Player Hannah Estavillo (H) was open for a back handed shot straight to the goals corner pocket. The Bulldogs battled the entire game, but fell short and lost to the Eagles 5 to 15.” – Hemet Girls Water Polo Coach Lauren Valdez (Hemet is 4-2.)  
07 Dec 18
Press Enterprise
Varsity results are accepted via email (preps@pe.com) only. The results must be emailed on the day of the event by 11 p.m. Monday-Saturday.   Boys Basketball Riverside Kiwanis Tournament Hillcrest 41, King 38. Hillcrest scoring – Anderson 13, Mendoza 27, Macharia 1. King scoring – Tolson 3, Tchengang 6, Rowland 5, Franklin 15, Tinker 2, Olukoju 7. Highlights: Sebastian Mendoza adds 12 rebounds for his 8th straight double double. Hillcrest will Play Riverside Poly in the semifinals on Friday at 5:30 at Arlington HS. (Hillcrest is 5-3. King 5-4.) La Sierra 65, Yucaipa 49. La Sierra scoring – Thomas 6, A. Moreno 6, Nze 24, Do 5, Ekong 17, Wright 5, J. Moreno 2. Yucaipa scoring – Ammerman 5, Stradford 3, Theis 6, Rodriguez 13, Douglas 2, Torres 9, Anton 7, Haynes 4. Citrus Hill 67, Riverside County Education Academy 52. Citrus Hill scoring – Borwn Jr. 25, Owens 19, Sanders 11, Harris 6, Wilborn 4, Hamilton 2. (Citrus Hill is 6-2.) Riverside Poly 63, Rialto 42. Poly scoring – Briscoe 17, Thornton 10, Butler 8, Rubidoux 10, Johnson 4, Bernie 8, Medure 2, Johnson 2, Marshall 2, Lopez 2. (Poly is 6-1.) Hillcrest 41, King 38. Hillcrest scoring – Anderson 13, Medosa 27, Machacia 1. King scoring – Tolson 3, Tchengang 6, S. Rowlan 5, Franklin 15, Tinker 2, Olukoju 7. Highlight: Josh Dietz had nine rebounds. (King is 5-4.)   Girls Basketball Azusa Tournament Ramona 55, St. Lucy’s 17. Ramona scoring –  Guiton 11, Hurtado 2, Beccue 11, May 3, Garcia 9, Petty 19. St. Lucy’s scoring – Duran 4, Ashley 2, Pucz 11. Norco Tournament Norco 45, Sierra Vista 26. Norco scoring – A. Dejurnett 9, C. Ruiz 11, A. Cassell 2,  S. Cooper 3, S. Willis 10, C. O’ Hara 6, E. Garcia 4. (Norco is 6-2. Sierra Vista is 1-6.) Roosevelt Tournament Pool play Rancho Verde 69, Don Lugo 41. Rancho Verde scoring – Mosses 22, San Antonio 14, Kyles 14, Williamson 12, Jackson 3, Sequeira 2, King 2. Don Lugo scoring – Lee 12, Shuttle 8, De Rego 7, Medrano 6, Lara 4, Ibanez 2, Cordero 2. (Rancho Verde is 7-2. Don Lugo is 1-6.) Nonleague Brea Olinda 55, JW North 48. Brea Olinda scoring – Lee 23, Fust 14, Price 9, Gustafson 3, Skipper 3, Ybarra 3. North scoring – Calhoun-Fuller 18, Leach 9, Belarde 7, Smith 6, Ajobiwe 4, Collins 4. Highlights: Stephanie Lee made five 3-pointers for Brea Olinda. (Brea Olinda is 7-2. North is 7-1.) Rancho Christian 43, La Sierra 37. (Rancho Christian is 6-2. La Sierra is 2-3.)   Boys Soccer Murrieta Valley 2, Paloma Valley 0. Goals – Verde (MV) 1, Steinbock (MV) 1. Saves – Reese (MV) 6. (Murrieta Valley is 3-1.)   Girls Water Polo Nonleague Valley View 15, Hemet 5. Goals – Garcia (H) 1, Schlieder (H) 1, Estavillo (H) 1, Gilliland (H) 1, Alonzo (H) 1. Saves – Schlieder (H) 4. Highlights: Willow Snow had four steals for Hemet. “The Lady Bulldogs traveled to play the Valley View Eagles in some chaotic wind and rain; with easy ups blowing away, the goal knocking over and the clock breaking in the second quarter. The goals that were scored all came from great communication and teamwork, like a toss to the set from Kayla Alonzo (H), as Goalie Courtney Schlieder (H) yells “look who you got” in hopes to not give away that Set Player Hannah Estavillo (H) was open for a back handed shot straight to the goals corner pocket. The Bulldogs battled the entire game, but fell short and lost to the Eagles 5 to 15.” – Hemet Girls Water Polo Coach Lauren Valdez (Hemet is 4-2.)