Herters

23 Feb 19
Daily Republic

ROCKVILLE — Danny Zaldivar hurled seven shutout innings, Alex Peppard homered and Bryce Prybylinski doubled twice to power the Solano Community College baseball team to a 10-1 win over American River at Billy and Louise Yarbrough Stadium, Friday. Kyle Krebs and Prybylinski both had RBI singles in Solano’s three-run first inning and the home team […]

22 Feb 19
The Herald

By Reed Herter ’22 Herald Staff #TheBallantineDays, directed by Associate Professor of Theatre Heather May, is one of the spring Theatre Mainstage productions. It is one that theatre students have been writing and helping to make as they go along. The three main playwrights are May, Thomas Perry ’19, and Izzy Ingram ’19 – though […]

21 Feb 19
The Reporter
The Solano College baseball team defeated American River 4-3 in 11 innings on Tuesday in nonleague play in Sacramento. The Falcons (3-7) took a 4-3 lead in the 11th thanks to an RBI single by Brandon Herter that scored Gannon Goldensoph. Goldensoph had two hits, as did Isaiah Verrett, Alex Peppard and Nick Roach. Getting the win for Solano was Edgar Aqui Cruz, who pitched five innings in relief and gave up no hits while walking two. Alex Clouthier started the game and went six innings, allowing 10 hits and three runs, two of those earned. He struck out three and walked two. College Softball San Mateo 8, Solano 0 The Solano College softball team lost to San Mateo 8-0 on Tuesday in nonleague play. The Falcons (2-3) could only muster a hit by Aleya Turner in the loss. Emily McAdams struck out eight batters in the six-inning win for San Mateo. The Falcons host Sierra on Thursday.
20 Feb 19
Times-Herald
The Solano College baseball team defeated American River 4-3 in 11 innings on Tuesday in nonleague play in Sacramento. The Falcons (3-7) took a 4-3 lead in the 11th thanks to an RBI single by Brandon Herter that scored Gannon Goldensoph. Goldensoph had two hits, as did Isaiah Verrett, Alex Peppard and Nick Roach. Getting the win for Solano was Edgar Aqui Cruz, who pitched five innings in relief and gave up no hits while walking two. Alex Clouthier started the game and went six innings, allowing 10 hits and three runs, two of those earned. He struck out three and walked two.  
18 Feb 19
Classroom Connections

Module 4: Spelling & Phonics Reading: Reading Reflections A) Using Cognates to Scaffold Context Clue Strategies for Latino ELs (Montelongo, Hernández, Herter, Cuello; 2011) “REcognition of cognates is not an automatic process…Latino EL readers often encounter words they do not know. The inability to understand these unknown words affects comprehension…searching for a word’s meaning takes […]

15 Feb 19
The Blessed Hope

Written by: ‘Mathabo Ndumo “Grains, fruits, nuts and vegetables constitute the diet chosen for us by our Creator. These foods prepared in as simple and natural a manner as possible, are the most healthful and nourishing…The grains, with fruits, nuts and vegetables, contain all the nutritive properties necessary to make good blood.” (White, 1938, Counsels […]

14 Feb 19
The Reporter
The Will C. Wood High girls basketball team lost to Del Oro of Loomis, 57-42, in the first round of the Sac-Joaquin Division II playoffs Tuesday night. The Wildcats trailed 32-21 at the half, but fell way behind in the third quarter, the Golden Eagles outscoring them 18-3. Wood staged a strong comeback in the final quarter, outscoring Del Oro, 18-7. However, it was too little too late for the Wildcats, who ended their season with an 18-10 overall record and a 7-3 mark in the Monticello Empire League. Crystal Carroll put up 15 points for Wood, while Devon Lewis and Savannah Lopez added nine each. “Scoring only three points in the third quarter killed us,” said Wood coach Brittany Flores. “We came out in the fourth quarter playing like the team that got us here. Although our season is over, there is so much to be proud of. We accomplished more than people thought we would. We beat teams we weren’t supposed to and most importantly, we’ve improved since day one. I am beyond proud of my team and especially the seniors. We had a varsity team of eight players, with six playing every night. It’s hard to do that for a whole season. These girls deserve all the credit for giving it their all and never giving up. Our seniors are going to be missed tremendously. I’m proud to be their coach.” Boys high school soccer Christian Brothers 1, Wood 0 Will C. Wood’s season ended with a tough 1-0 loss to Christian Brothers of Sacramento in the first round of the Division III Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs on Tuesday. In a very tight, physical contest, the teams were deadlocked at 0-0 at the half. Both had chances to score throughout the game, but neither could find the back of the net. But in the 78th minute, Christian Brothers scored on a header in the box and immediately went to six men in the back to lock things down defensively. The Wildcats still had a few opportunities at the end, but the Falcons held on for the win. Coach Jorge Ruiz-Chavez was more than pleased with his team’s performance this season. Wood improved from a 1-8-1 record in the Monticello Empire League (MEL) and 9-13-1 overall last season to second place this year with a 7-2-1 MEL mark, 10-10-3 overall. Wood senior Armando Sandria led the league in goals and assists, many of the goals either tying or winning the game. “The senior class this season has solidified the foundation the classes before them had started to build,” said Ruiz-Chavez. “They have set the stage for the future classes of Will C. Wood to strive for success. The rebuild process started 30 minutes after the playoff game was over, as i appointed the other two captains, Junior Dylan De La Torre and Sophomore Kobe Rollings, who will be joining junior captain Justin Soto as next year’s leaders.” College baseball Solano 4, Skyline 0 The Solano College baseball team shut out visiting Skyline of San Bruno 4-0 on Tuesday in a non-league game. Alex Clouthier and Edgar Aquil Cruz combined on the four-hit shutout. Clouthier went six innings, allowing three hits while fanning three and walking no one. Cruz went the final three innings, allowing just one hit and one walk while walking one. Isaiah Verrett was 2-for-4 for the Falcons, who are now 2-5 overall. Brandon Herter had a double while Cameron Michael and Gannon Goldensoph both knocked in runs. Solano hosts Santa Rosa at 2 p.m. on Thursday. College softball Falcons split twin bill The Solano College softball team split a non-league doubleheader with Diablo Valley, losing 8-6 and winning 6-3 on Tuesday afternoon. In the win, Alaena Selden was 2-for-4 with a homer and four RBIs for the Falcons. Aleya Turner was 3-for-4 and Adriana Montuya was 2-for-3 for the Falcons (2-2). Britney Czelusniak got the win as she went six innings, allowing six hits and three runs. Larissa Raymond earned the save with a scoreless seventh inning. In the loss, Selden was 2-for-3 with a homer and two RBIs. Caitlin Aston was 2-for-4. Montuya got the start but did not earn a decision, going 5 2/3 innings, allowing six hits and three runs. Courtney McGraw took the loss in relief. Solano’s doubleheader on Thursday with Folsom Lake has been postponed due to weather. The Falcons’ next game is Tuesday against San Mateo.
13 Feb 19
The Reporter
The Solano College baseball team shut out visiting Skyline of San Bruno 4-0 on Tuesday in a nonleague game. Alex Clouthier and Edgar Aquil Cruz combined on the four-hit shutout. Clouthier went six innings, allowing three hits while fanning three and walking no one. Cruz went the final three innings, allowing just one hit and one walk while walking one. Isaiah Verrett was 2-for-4 for the Falcons, who are now 2-5 overall. Brandon Herter had a double while Cameron Michael and Gannon Goldensoph both knocked in runs. Solano hosts Santa Rosa at 2 p.m. on Thursday.
13 Feb 19
Times-Herald
The Solano College baseball team shut out visiting Skyline of San Bruno 4-0 on Tuesday in a nonleague game. Alex Clouthier and Edgar Aquil Cruz combined on the four-hit shutout. Clouthier went six innings, allowing three hits while fanning three and walking no one. Cruz went the final three innings, allowing just one hit and one walk while walking one. Isaiah Verrett was 2-for-4 for the Falcons, who are now 2-5 overall. Brandon Herter had a double while Cameron Michael and Gannon Goldensoph both knocked in runs. Solano hosts Santa Rosa at 2 p.m. on Thursday.
11 Feb 19
Best In Suspense

I’m a fan of suspense (clearly), and while this book moved at a slower pace than I usually read, I enjoyed this story cover to cover.

06 Feb 19
Corfu Unplugged

The Achilleion Palace sits prominently at the edge of the village of Gastouri, Corfu. It was built for the Empress Elizabeth of Austria, also known as the ‘sad Queen Sisi’. She was born in 1837 in Bavaria, Germany. When she turned 16 she married Frans-Joseph 1 of the Hapsburg Dynasty, but she wasn’t happy. With […]

06 Feb 19
Abigail Harris's Portfolio

Stalker is a provocative film with a clear subject, but a very challenging definition. Clearly, it is a delving into life and how one can live meaningfully. That, however, is nearly the only thing everyone who watches the movie can agree on. Just like the possible answers to how a meaningful life can be achieved, […]

05 Feb 19
Flowers For Socrates

February 5th is Adlai Stevenson Day * Shower With a Friend Day * Western Monarch Day * World Nutella Day * Weatherperson’s Day World Animal Reiki Day * _______________________________________ MORE! John H Morrow, Mary Cleave and Herbie Hancock, click

04 Feb 19
BYT // Brightest Young Things

Happy New Year!

02 Feb 19
Mittelpfalz

Jung, frisch und modern präsentierte der Karnevalsverein „Die Dorfnarren“ e. V. am Samstag, den 2. Februar in der ausverkauften Naarhalla der Heinrich-Weintz-Schule in Elmstein seine Prunksitzung.