Game Recap

23 Jan 19
Not Only Videogames

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23 Jan 19
The Partial Historians

We had the great pleasure to talk about podcasting the classics in San Diego in early January. It was the sesquicentennial meeting of the Society for Classical Studies (formerly known as the American Philological Association) and the conference is held jointly with the Archaeological Institute of America. The AIA/SCS conference is a large gathering of […]

23 Jan 19
Herts & Bucks TSA Blog

Posted by Andrew Jones A lot of educational research and books are now focusing on retrieval practice activities as a way to improve long-term memory. Many of the practices advocated centre on starter activities (or settlers/”Do Now” activities), which are small activities used at the beginning of lessons to engage, recap on previous learning and/or […]

23 Jan 19
eMudhra

Few weeks ago, all of us were part of a mega gala that celebrated: 10 years of hard work, 10 years of team work, 10 years of growth and 10 years of eMudhra! It was truly an evening worth remembering that started off with a lot of fun and games. As dusk set in on […]

23 Jan 19
Actify Press

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23 Jan 19
The Amateur Hour Golf Podcast

Welcome back to the second week of the PGA Tour Power Rankings. This week the Tour heads to Torrey Pines with a loaded field for the 2019 Farmers Insurance Open. Before we get to this week, lets quickly recap my performance from the Desert Classic. Desert Classic Power Ranking Grade: B+ Had Phil Mickelson found […]

23 Jan 19
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23 Jan 19
AL UNLOCKED

If you thought the titles for Kingdom Hearts games couldn’t get any more obtuse, this game comes out. Kingdom Hearts 0.2: Birth by Sleep – A Fragmentary Passage is the next stop on my Kingdom Hearts marathon, but since I knew that this game was so short I decided against even doing a Progressive Looks […]

23 Jan 19
Nachrichten Welt

GAME RECAP Auswirkungen Spieler Karl-Anthony-Städte Mit Suns großem Mann, DeAndre Ayton, dominierte Towns den gesamten Offensivbereich des Bodens. Er erzielte 25 Punkte für 18 Rebounds und sieben Assists. Von den Zahlen 19 Second-Chance-Punkte für die Wölfe zu den sieben von Phoenix. 4 Josh Okogie Drei-Zeiger, eine Saison hoch 9 Andrew Wiggins erholt sich, kurz vor […]

23 Jan 19
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
The Pasadena High School boys basketball team had a slow beginning, but the Bulldogs are hitting their stride at the right time of the season. Senior Darius Mason-Robertson scored a game-high 28 points as Pasadena clinched a share of the Pacific League title for the 15th consecutive year with a decisive 89-69 victory over visiting Hoover on Tuesday night. With three league games left to play, all the Bulldogs (18-6, 11-0) have to do is win one game in order to win the league title outright. “We’re executing a lot better offensively, but we are still a little stagnant on the defensive side of the court,” Pasadena coach Tony Brooks said. “(Mason-Robertson) had a big night for us. He understands what it takes to win at this time of year. I appreciate what he’s doing for us right now.” Danny Pina also came alive for the Bulldogs with 20 points and appears to be completely healed from the injury he suffered at the Tarkanian Tournament in Las Vegas in December. “(Pina) is shooting the ball like his old self,” Brooks said of Pina, who is a returning Pasadena Star News All-Area selection. “He’s going to be vital for us in this run that we are on.” Pasadena has another home game on Friday, Jan. 25 against Burroughs. In other area boys basketball action Tuesday night: Keppel 80, Bell Gardens 67: Junior forward Diego Bustillo had a huge night for the Aztecs (19-6, 7-0) in their road win over the Lancers. Bustillo scored 36 points and snatched eight rebounds. Laird Anderson Jr. also had a big night as he tallied 21 points with eight assists. In another Almont League game, Schurr defeated visiting Alhambra, 70-56. Diamond Bar 80, Ontario 53: The Brahmas (19-6, 7-0) remained undefeated in Mt. Baldy League action as they throttled the host Jaguars. Miley Corey was the game’s leading scorer with 15 points. Bryan Reyes had a double-double on the evening with 11 points and 14 rebounds. GIRLS BASKETBALL Arcadia 81, Muir 39: Ashley Sue scored 20 points and Kennedy Lyles added 16 as the Apaches (21-2, 11-0), the area’s top-ranked girls team, easily defeated the host Mustangs to clinch a share of the Pacific League crown. Flintridge Prep 72, Providence 44: It was a big night for junior Kaitlyn Chen as she tallied a game-high 30 points as the Rebels (19-2, 10-0), the area’s second-ranked team, clinched a share of the Prep League crown as they dismantled the host Pioneers. Sofia Gonzalez contributed another 20 points. Keppel 57, Bell Gardens 24: The Aztecs (18-5, 7-0), who entered the week as the area’s third-ranked team, maintained their stronghold on first-place in the Almont League as they cruised to an easy win over the host Lancers. Vanessa Aguirre scored 15 points and Mia Heidt added 14. This was Keppel’s 87th consecutive Almont League win. In another Almont League game; San Gabriel moved into second-place with a 51-44 win over Montebello. La Canada 66, Monrovia 12: The Spartans (20-4 5-0), the area’s fourth-ranked team, jumped out to 23-2 lead in the first quarter and never looked back in defeating the visiting Wildcats in a Rio Hondo League contest. Bethany Co was tops on the score sheet with 13 points with teammate Lauren Scoville grabbing nine rebounds and Morgan Tsujihara had six steals. GIRLS SOCCER Sierra Vista 3, Azusa 1: The Dons (11-4-1, 8-0) clinched the Montview League title with a road win over the Aztecs 6-8-2, 3-3). Abigail Ruiz, Mirka Zepeda and Isabel Garcia each scored a goal. Flintridge Prep 4, San Gabriel Mission 1: The Rebels (20-0-1) had little trouble dispatching the Pioneers in Prep League action. U.S Academy player Makenna Dominguez scored a goal along with teammates Mona Scott, Jenna Mijares and Mikaela Celeste. Heritage Christian 2, Whittier Christian 0: The Warriors received goals from Sarahi Barajas and Sarah Sweet in their Olympic League win over the visiting Heralds (2-11-1, 1-3). Santa Fe 2, La Serna 2: The Lancers (8-11-3, 4-0-1) maintain standing in first-place in the Del Rio League st as they played to a tie against the visiting Chiefs (5-7-3, 1-4-1). Jiselle Padilla and Elizabeth Vasquez scored both of La Serna’s goals. BOYS SOCCER Whittier Christian 1, Heritage Christian 0: Jack Gritters scored the only goal of the game that proved to be the game-winner in the 60th minute as the Heralds (5-4-2, 1-3) won their first Olympic League contest of the season. GIRLS WATER POLO Claremont 21, Glendora 8: Hailey Andress scored a team-high four goals and Elise Brown added two, but it was not enough as the host Tartans suffered a Palomares League defeat to the Wolfpack.  
23 Jan 19
Whittier Daily News
The Pasadena High School boys basketball team had a slow beginning, but the Bulldogs are hitting their stride at the right time of the season. Senior Darius Mason-Robertson scored a game-high 28 points as Pasadena clinched a share of the Pacific League title for the 15th consecutive year with a decisive 89-69 victory over visiting Hoover on Tuesday night. With three league games left to play, all the Bulldogs (18-6, 11-0) have to do is win one game in order to win the league title outright. “We’re executing a lot better offensively, but we are still a little stagnant on the defensive side of the court,” Pasadena coach Tony Brooks said. “(Mason-Robertson) had a big night for us. He understands what it takes to win at this time of year. I appreciate what he’s doing for us right now.” Danny Pina also came alive for the Bulldogs with 20 points and appears to be completely healed from the injury he suffered at the Tarkanian Tournament in Las Vegas in December. “(Pina) is shooting the ball like his old self,” Brooks said of Pina, who is a returning Pasadena Star News All-Area selection. “He’s going to be vital for us in this run that we are on.” Pasadena has another home game on Friday, Jan. 25 against Burroughs. In other area boys basketball action Tuesday night: Keppel 80, Bell Gardens 67: Junior forward Diego Bustillo had a huge night for the Aztecs (19-6, 7-0) in their road win over the Lancers. Bustillo scored 36 points and snatched eight rebounds. Laird Anderson Jr. also had a big night as he tallied 21 points with eight assists. In another Almont League game, Schurr defeated visiting Alhambra, 70-56. Diamond Bar 80, Ontario 53: The Brahmas (19-6, 7-0) remained undefeated in Mt. Baldy League action as they throttled the host Jaguars. Miley Corey was the game’s leading scorer with 15 points. Bryan Reyes had a double-double on the evening with 11 points and 14 rebounds. GIRLS BASKETBALL Arcadia 81, Muir 39: Ashley Sue scored 20 points and Kennedy Lyles added 16 as the Apaches (21-2, 11-0), the area’s top-ranked girls team, easily defeated the host Mustangs to clinch a share of the Pacific League crown. Flintridge Prep 72, Providence 44: It was a big night for junior Kaitlyn Chen as she tallied a game-high 30 points as the Rebels (19-2, 10-0), the area’s second-ranked team, clinched a share of the Prep League crown as they dismantled the host Pioneers. Sofia Gonzalez contributed another 20 points. Keppel 57, Bell Gardens 24: The Aztecs (18-5, 7-0), who entered the week as the area’s third-ranked team, maintained their stronghold on first-place in the Almont League as they cruised to an easy win over the host Lancers. Vanessa Aguirre scored 15 points and Mia Heidt added 14. This was Keppel’s 87th consecutive Almont League win. In another Almont League game; San Gabriel moved into second-place with a 51-44 win over Montebello. La Canada 66, Monrovia 12: The Spartans (20-4 5-0), the area’s fourth-ranked team, jumped out to 23-2 lead in the first quarter and never looked back in defeating the visiting Wildcats in a Rio Hondo League contest. Bethany Co was tops on the score sheet with 13 points with teammate Lauren Scoville grabbing nine rebounds and Morgan Tsujihara had six steals. GIRLS SOCCER Sierra Vista 3, Azusa 1: The Dons (11-4-1, 8-0) clinched the Montview League title with a road win over the Aztecs 6-8-2, 3-3). Abigail Ruiz, Mirka Zepeda and Isabel Garcia each scored a goal. Flintridge Prep 4, San Gabriel Mission 1: The Rebels (20-0-1) had little trouble dispatching the Pioneers in Prep League action. U.S Academy player Makenna Dominguez scored a goal along with teammates Mona Scott, Jenna Mijares and Mikaela Celeste. Heritage Christian 2, Whittier Christian 0: The Warriors received goals from Sarahi Barajas and Sarah Sweet in their Olympic League win over the visiting Heralds (2-11-1, 1-3). Santa Fe 2, La Serna 2: The Lancers (8-11-3, 4-0-1) maintain standing in first-place in the Del Rio League st as they played to a tie against the visiting Chiefs (5-7-3, 1-4-1). Jiselle Padilla and Elizabeth Vasquez scored both of La Serna’s goals. BOYS SOCCER Whittier Christian 1, Heritage Christian 0: Jack Gritters scored the only goal of the game that proved to be the game-winner in the 60th minute as the Heralds (5-4-2, 1-3) won their first Olympic League contest of the season. GIRLS WATER POLO Claremont 21, Glendora 8: Hailey Andress scored a team-high four goals and Elise Brown added two, but it was not enough as the host Tartans suffered a Palomares League defeat to the Wolfpack.  
23 Jan 19
Pasadena Star News
The Pasadena High School boys basketball team had a slow beginning, but the Bulldogs are hitting their stride at the right time of the season. Senior Darius Mason-Robertson scored a game-high 28 points as Pasadena clinched a share of the Pacific League title for the 15th consecutive year with a decisive 89-69 victory over visiting Hoover on Tuesday night. With three league games left to play, all the Bulldogs (18-6, 11-0) have to do is win one game in order to win the league title outright. “We’re executing a lot better offensively, but we are still a little stagnant on the defensive side of the court,” Pasadena coach Tony Brooks said. “(Mason-Robertson) had a big night for us. He understands what it takes to win at this time of year. I appreciate what he’s doing for us right now.” Danny Pina also came alive for the Bulldogs with 20 points and appears to be completely healed from the injury he suffered at the Tarkanian Tournament in Las Vegas in December. “(Pina) is shooting the ball like his old self,” Brooks said of Pina, who is a returning Pasadena Star News All-Area selection. “He’s going to be vital for us in this run that we are on.” Pasadena has another home game on Friday, Jan. 25 against Burroughs. In other area boys basketball action Tuesday night: Keppel 80, Bell Gardens 67: Junior forward Diego Bustillo had a huge night for the Aztecs (19-6, 7-0) in their road win over the Lancers. Bustillo scored 36 points and snatched eight rebounds. Laird Anderson Jr. also had a big night as he tallied 21 points with eight assists. In another Almont League game, Schurr defeated visiting Alhambra, 70-56. Diamond Bar 80, Ontario 53: The Brahmas (19-6, 7-0) remained undefeated in Mt. Baldy League action as they throttled the host Jaguars. Miley Corey was the game’s leading scorer with 15 points. Bryan Reyes had a double-double on the evening with 11 points and 14 rebounds. GIRLS BASKETBALL Arcadia 81, Muir 39: Ashley Sue scored 20 points and Kennedy Lyles added 16 as the Apaches (21-2, 11-0), the area’s top-ranked girls team, easily defeated the host Mustangs to clinch a share of the Pacific League crown. Flintridge Prep 72, Providence 44: It was a big night for junior Kaitlyn Chen as she tallied a game-high 30 points as the Rebels (19-2, 10-0), the area’s second-ranked team, clinched a share of the Prep League crown as they dismantled the host Pioneers. Sofia Gonzalez contributed another 20 points. Keppel 57, Bell Gardens 24: The Aztecs (18-5, 7-0), who entered the week as the area’s third-ranked team, maintained their stronghold on first-place in the Almont League as they cruised to an easy win over the host Lancers. Vanessa Aguirre scored 15 points and Mia Heidt added 14. This was Keppel’s 87th consecutive Almont League win. In another Almont League game; San Gabriel moved into second-place with a 51-44 win over Montebello. La Canada 66, Monrovia 12: The Spartans (20-4 5-0), the area’s fourth-ranked team, jumped out to 23-2 lead in the first quarter and never looked back in defeating the visiting Wildcats in a Rio Hondo League contest. Bethany Co was tops on the score sheet with 13 points with teammate Lauren Scoville grabbing nine rebounds and Morgan Tsujihara had six steals. GIRLS SOCCER Sierra Vista 3, Azusa 1: The Dons (11-4-1, 8-0) clinched the Montview League title with a road win over the Aztecs 6-8-2, 3-3). Abigail Ruiz, Mirka Zepeda and Isabel Garcia each scored a goal. Flintridge Prep 4, San Gabriel Mission 1: The Rebels (20-0-1) had little trouble dispatching the Pioneers in Prep League action. U.S Academy player Makenna Dominguez scored a goal along with teammates Mona Scott, Jenna Mijares and Mikaela Celeste. Heritage Christian 2, Whittier Christian 0: The Warriors received goals from Sarahi Barajas and Sarah Sweet in their Olympic League win over the visiting Heralds (2-11-1, 1-3). Santa Fe 2, La Serna 2: The Lancers (8-11-3, 4-0-1) maintain standing in first-place in the Del Rio League st as they played to a tie against the visiting Chiefs (5-7-3, 1-4-1). Jiselle Padilla and Elizabeth Vasquez scored both of La Serna’s goals. BOYS SOCCER Whittier Christian 1, Heritage Christian 0: Jack Gritters scored the only goal of the game that proved to be the game-winner in the 60th minute as the Heralds (5-4-2, 1-3) won their first Olympic League contest of the season. GIRLS WATER POLO Claremont 21, Glendora 8: Hailey Andress scored a team-high four goals and Elise Brown added two, but it was not enough as the host Tartans suffered a Palomares League defeat to the Wolfpack.  
23 Jan 19
SCNG
The Pasadena High School boys basketball team had a slow beginning, but the Bulldogs are hitting their stride at the right time of the season. Senior Darius Mason-Robertson scored a game-high 28 points as Pasadena clinched a share of the Pacific League title for the 15th consecutive year with a decisive 89-69 victory over visiting Hoover on Tuesday night. With three league games left to play, all the Bulldogs (18-6, 11-0) have to do is win one game in order to win the league title outright. “We’re executing a lot better offensively, but we are still a little stagnant on the defensive side of the court,” Pasadena coach Tony Brooks said. “(Mason-Robertson) had a big night for us. He understands what it takes to win at this time of year. I appreciate what he’s doing for us right now.” Danny Pina also came alive for the Bulldogs with 20 points and appears to be completely healed from the injury he suffered at the Tarkanian Tournament in Las Vegas in December. “(Pina) is shooting the ball like his old self,” Brooks said of Pina, who is a returning Pasadena Star News All-Area selection. “He’s going to be vital for us in this run that we are on.” Pasadena has another home game on Friday, Jan. 25 against Burroughs. In other area boys basketball action Tuesday night: Keppel 80, Bell Gardens 67: Junior forward Diego Bustillo had a huge night for the Aztecs (19-6, 7-0) in their road win over the Lancers. Bustillo scored 36 points and snatched eight rebounds. Laird Anderson Jr. also had a big night as he tallied 21 points with eight assists. In another Almont League game, Schurr defeated visiting Alhambra, 70-56. Diamond Bar 80, Ontario 53: The Brahmas (19-6, 7-0) remained undefeated in Mt. Baldy League action as they throttled the host Jaguars. Miley Corey was the game’s leading scorer with 15 points. Bryan Reyes had a double-double on the evening with 11 points and 14 rebounds. GIRLS BASKETBALL Arcadia 81, Muir 39: Ashley Sue scored 20 points and Kennedy Lyles added 16 as the Apaches (21-2, 11-0), the area’s top-ranked girls team, easily defeated the host Mustangs to clinch a share of the Pacific League crown. Flintridge Prep 72, Providence 44: It was a big night for junior Kaitlyn Chen as she tallied a game-high 30 points as the Rebels (19-2, 10-0), the area’s second-ranked team, clinched a share of the Prep League crown as they dismantled the host Pioneers. Sofia Gonzalez contributed another 20 points. Keppel 57, Bell Gardens 24: The Aztecs (18-5, 7-0), who entered the week as the area’s third-ranked team, maintained their stronghold on first-place in the Almont League as they cruised to an easy win over the host Lancers. Vanessa Aguirre scored 15 points and Mia Heidt added 14. This was Keppel’s 87th consecutive Almont League win. In another Almont League game; San Gabriel moved into second-place with a 51-44 win over Montebello. La Canada 66, Monrovia 12: The Spartans (20-4 5-0), the area’s fourth-ranked team, jumped out to 23-2 lead in the first quarter and never looked back in defeating the visiting Wildcats in a Rio Hondo League contest. Bethany Co was tops on the score sheet with 13 points with teammate Lauren Scoville grabbing nine rebounds and Morgan Tsujihara had six steals. GIRLS SOCCER Sierra Vista 3, Azusa 1: The Dons (11-4-1, 8-0) clinched the Montview League title with a road win over the Aztecs 6-8-2, 3-3). Abigail Ruiz, Mirka Zepeda and Isabel Garcia each scored a goal. Flintridge Prep 4, San Gabriel Mission 1: The Rebels (20-0-1) had little trouble dispatching the Pioneers in Prep League action. U.S Academy player Makenna Dominguez scored a goal along with teammates Mona Scott, Jenna Mijares and Mikaela Celeste. Heritage Christian 2, Whittier Christian 0: The Warriors received goals from Sarahi Barajas and Sarah Sweet in their Olympic League win over the visiting Heralds (2-11-1, 1-3). Santa Fe 2, La Serna 2: The Lancers (8-11-3, 4-0-1) maintain standing in first-place in the Del Rio League st as they played to a tie against the visiting Chiefs (5-7-3, 1-4-1). Jiselle Padilla and Elizabeth Vasquez scored both of La Serna’s goals. BOYS SOCCER Whittier Christian 1, Heritage Christian 0: Jack Gritters scored the only goal of the game that proved to be the game-winner in the 60th minute as the Heralds (5-4-2, 1-3) won their first Olympic League contest of the season. GIRLS WATER POLO Claremont 21, Glendora 8: Hailey Andress scored a team-high four goals and Elise Brown added two, but it was not enough as the host Tartans suffered a Palomares League defeat to the Wolfpack.  
23 Jan 19
Ninjaboi Media

This is a brief recap and review of the anime I watched during the Fall 2018 Season. Note this does not include anime I started a few episodes of before ultimately dropping. So far it seems that my limit is about 6ish concurrent running shows. I don’t yet have a rating system in place for […]