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22 Feb 19
Sherman County eNews

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22 Feb 19
Santa Cruz Sentinel
APTOS — What would it take to keep JoJoe Moreno off the court in what could have been the last boys basketball game for Aptos High’s seven seniors? “He’s been telling me for a whole week that he was going to play tonight,” Mariners coach Brian Bowyer said. “It would have taken all three of us coaches from going on that floor, he’s got so much energy and heart.” Moreno, a sophomore guard, missed the No. 2-seeded Mariners’ Central Coast Section Division III quarterfinal game Tuesday with pneumonia. He hadn’t practiced all week leading up to a semifinal thriller against Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League rival and No. 3 seed Soquel. Yet on Thursday, he suited up in his white jersey and made the most of his limited minutes, squashing the Knights’ most threatening surge and helping the Mariners extend their season with a 54-44 victory. The win on its home court not only puts Aptos in the CCS D-III championship, it also guarantees the team a berth into next week’s NorCal tournament. The Mariners will play top-seeded Monterey (21-4), a 63-60 winner over No. 4 Hillsdale in the earlier game at Aptos, at 4 p.m. Saturday at Palo Alto High. NorCal seeds will be released Sunday and first-round play is scheduled for Tuesday at home sites. Aptos (18-10) has now made four CCS finals, winning its only title in 1986 under coach Bill Warmerdam. “For me, because I’m a sophomore, I’d say the championship is the most exciting,” Moreno said of Aptos reaching its first CCS final since losing to Sacred Heart Cathedral in 2015. “But for the seniors, it’s probably getting that extra game.” Moreno played a key role in making that happen, even though his minutes were shortened by his illness as well as the recent return of senior guard Max Pepperdine, the Mariners’ floor leader who missed most of the SCCAL season with an avulsion fracture and ruptured ligament on his right foot. Pepperdine infused Aptos with energy in the SCCAL Tournament championship — his first game back — and helped his team upset regular-season champion Santa Cruz to seize a share of the SCCAL title. Similarly, Moreno entered Thursday’s game early in the fourth quarter and gave the Mariners a much-needed jolt against a Soquel team that hung around like flies at a rodeo. Though Aptos had hooked the lead in the first quarter, it had never been able to get up by more than seven. It led 33-27 at the end of the third quarter, but Knights freshman Max Mendoza made a monstrous block and seniors Shane Riley and Lincoln Cooley combined to hit 4 of 5 free throws. Soquel didn’t just pull within two, it was looking like it was going to overtake the suddenly cold-shooting Mariners. That’s when Moreno concentrated his energy to turn things around. “I saw they weren’t looking where they were passing,” said Moreno, who is listed at 5-foot-6. “So I was using my height advantage to sneak around.” #gallery-2450424-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-2450424-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-2450424-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-2450424-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Soquel High post player Shane Reilly clamps down on defense as Aptos High’s Max Pepperdine drives the lane during a physical play in the second quarter. (Shmuel Thaler — Santa Cruz Sentinel) Lincoln Cooley leads a Soquel charge down court after grabbing a defensive rebound for the Knights on Thursday. (Shmuel Thaler — Santa Cruz Sentinel) Aptos High’s 6-foot-1 senior Hunter Matys goes up strong to put up a shot in the paint for the Mariners in the first quarter of the team’s CCS Division III semifinal game Thursday against Soquel. (Shmuel Thaler — Santa Cruz Sentinel) Aptos High forward Logan Feldbrugge, right, battles for a rebound with Soquel’s R.J. Wyrsch on Thursday night. (Shmuel Thaler — Santa Cruz Sentinel) Anthony Sanchez looks to score for Aptos High on Thursday. (Shmuel Thaler — Santa Cruz Sentinel) Max Mendoza goes strong to the hoop for the Knights on Thursday. (Shmuel Thaler — Santa Cruz Sentinel) With a little more than six minutes remaining, he made a steal that ended up in the hands of Pepperdine, who drained a 3-pointer. Then, on Aptos’ next possession, Moreno squared up in the righthand corner to drain his own 3 to put the Mariners up 39-33 with five minutes to play. Soquel (16-11) wouldn’t get any closer. “I felt like I couldn’t play, but I did it for the seniors,” said Moreno, who finished with four points and three assists. Those seniors did the rest. Pepperdine splashed four 3-pointers on his way to 20 points plus three assists, Logan Feldbrugge added 14 points and two steals, Hunter Matys scored 10 and made four steals and Anthony Sanchez led the team with five rebounds plus two assists. Aptos also counts Shane Modena, Silvano Lopez and Josh Barry among its senior class. Soquel always seemed to be nipping at Aptos’ heels. Yet it couldn’t find the answer, losing for the fourth time in as many meetings with its rival seven miles to the south. “Aptos has been kind of our kryptonite this year,” said senior Lincoln Cooley, who finished with six points. “We haven’t been able to hit our shots against them. Credit to their defense, they played really good defense, but we were getting good looks.” Soquel at least shot better than it did when it played Aptos in the SCCAL Tournament semifinals, when the Knights were downright icy. But on Thursday, when Soquel got hot, Aptos always seemed to turn its thermometer up another tick. The Knights also made 14 turnovers compared to four total — and only one in the second half — for Aptos. Soquel graduates eight seniors: Cooley, Shane Modena, who finished with 11 points; Zeke Thomas, who had five points; Joe Wyrsch, who tallied four points; Ben Birney, who had two points; Connor Mootz, Dave Lavenant and Addis Modest. Still, by reaching the CCS semifinals for the first time in more than a decade (though Soquel played in the Open Division in 2015), they set a strong foundation for their returning players. Among them are sophomore guard Max Walters, who finished with a team-high 16 points — all scored in the second half — on four 3-pointers and freshman forward Max Mendoza. “They’re going to be all right,” Cooley said. “I love my teammates. It’s been a great year — super fun.” Aptos has a similarly bonded team. They’ll need all that teamwork to get past a Monterey team that won the CCS D-III title in 2017, was runner up in 2018 thumped the Mariners by 31 points in December. “We’re playing better now, but they probably are too,” Bowyer said. “They’re strong, they’re athletic, they’ve got guys who can shoot. It’s going to be unbelievable tough for us to even be in the game. But we’re going to keep it close and see what we can do.” The Score CCS D-III semifinals Aptos 54, Soquel 44 Up next: No. 2 Aptos vs. No. 1 Monterey in CCS D-III championship When: Saturday, 4 p.m Where: Palo Alto High Details: cifccs.org
21 Feb 19
Arcynewsy

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21 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
JOE Swash was forced to present the celebrity gossip segment of Good Morning Britain in a vest and his co-host Sean Fletcher’s suit jacket after he “lost his clothes somewhere on the A12” this morning. The 37-year-old star had his fellow presenters in hysterics as he explained the blunder following his late night at the Brit Awards yesterday. Joe borrowed his co-presenter’s suit jacket for the show Kicking off today’s show, Sean said: “Joe told me he came in without any clothes today, so I lent him my suit jacket and annoyingly it suits him better than me.” Explaining the situation, Joe continued: “I had an issue this morning. “I forgot to lock the door and Stacey [Solomon] always has a go at me for not locking the door, so I panicked a bit. “I chucked the clothes on the car roof because I didn’t get in the car. Sean remarked that Joe looked ‘better’ in his clothes than he does “When I got back, I just assumed I didn’t do that… And now they’re down the A12 somewhere.” Describing the missing items, Joe added: “There was a lovely fitted jacket with a delicate pinstripe. “Grey with a tinge of navy blue – it has my name in the back of it!” The former EastEnders star went on to poke fun at himself as he confessed that “this isn’t his first rodeo” when it comes to losing clothes. Joe attended the Brit Awards last night [bc_video video_id=”6004810017001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Stacey Solomon admits on Loose Women that she has ‘massive rows’ with Joe Swash over ISIS bride Shamima Begum”] [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”6″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] The comment was seemingly in reference to his I’m A Celeb panic last year, when the star had his clothes and passport stolen from his car just days before he was due to fly off to Australia. Joe’s trip was thrown into chaos as he revealed that an Asos package full of his Extra Camp shirts was taken while he took his son go-karting. The TV favourite may have been a little bleary-eyed this morning as he had a late night attending the Brits. Insisting that he was only at the swanky do for “Good Morning Britain research purposes”, Joe added that he’d had an “amazing night” as he heaped praise on Hugh Jackman’s Greatest Showman opening performance. Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.  
21 Feb 19
The Sun
JOE Swash was forced to present the celebrity gossip segment of Good Morning Britain in a vest and his co-host Sean Fletcher’s suit jacket after he “lost his clothes somewhere on the A12” this morning. The 37-year-old star had his fellow presenters in hysterics as he explained the blunder following his late night at the Brit Awards yesterday. Joe borrowed his co-presenter’s suit jacket for the show Kicking off today’s show, Sean said: “Joe told me he came in without any clothes today, so I lent him my suit jacket and annoyingly it suits him better than me.” Explaining the situation, Joe continued: “I had an issue this morning. “I forgot to lock the door and Stacey [Solomon] always has a go at me for not locking the door, so I panicked a bit. “I chucked the clothes on the car roof because I didn’t get in the car. Sean remarked that Joe looked ‘better’ in his clothes than he does “When I got back, I just assumed I didn’t do that… And now they’re down the A12 somewhere.” Describing the missing items, Joe added: “There was a lovely fitted jacket with a delicate pinstripe. “Grey with a tinge of navy blue – it has my name in the back of it!” The former EastEnders star went on to poke fun at himself as he confessed that “this isn’t his first rodeo” when it comes to losing clothes. Joe attended the Brit Awards last night [bc_video video_id=”6004810017001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Stacey Solomon admits on Loose Women that she has ‘massive rows’ with Joe Swash over ISIS bride Shamima Begum”] [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”325″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] The comment was seemingly in reference to his I’m A Celeb panic last year, when the star had his clothes and passport stolen from his car just days before he was due to fly off to Australia. Joe’s trip was thrown into chaos as he revealed that an Asos package full of his Extra Camp shirts was taken while he took his son go-karting. The TV favourite may have been a little bleary-eyed this morning as he had a late night attending the Brits. Insisting that he was only at the swanky do for “Good Morning Britain research purposes”, Joe added that he’d had an “amazing night” as he heaped praise on Hugh Jackman’s Greatest Showman opening performance. Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.  
21 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
JOE Swash was forced to present the celebrity gossip segment of Good Morning Britain in a vest and his co-host Sean Fletcher’s suit jacket after he “lost his clothes somewhere on the A12” this morning. The 37-year-old star had his fellow presenters in hysterics as he explained the blunder following his late night at the Brit Awards yesterday. Joe borrowed his co-presenter’s suit jacket for the show Kicking off today’s show, Sean said: “Joe told me he came in without any clothes today, so I lent him my suit jacket and annoyingly it suits him better than me.” Explaining the situation, Joe continued: “I had an issue this morning. “I forgot to lock the door and Stacey [Solomon] always has a go at me for not locking the door, so I panicked a bit. “I chucked the clothes on the car roof because I didn’t get in the car. Sean remarked that Joe looked ‘better’ in his clothes than he does “When I got back, I just assumed I didn’t do that… And now they’re down the A12 somewhere.” Describing the missing items, Joe added: “There was a lovely fitted jacket with a delicate pinstripe. “Grey with a tinge of navy blue – it has my name in the back of it!” The former EastEnders star went on to poke fun at himself as he confessed that “this isn’t his first rodeo” when it comes to losing clothes. Joe attended the Brit Awards last night [bc_video video_id=”6004810017001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Stacey Solomon admits on Loose Women that she has ‘massive rows’ with Joe Swash over ISIS bride Shamima Begum”] [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”169″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] The comment was seemingly in reference to his I’m A Celeb panic last year, when the star had his clothes and passport stolen from his car just days before he was due to fly off to Australia. Joe’s trip was thrown into chaos as he revealed that an Asos package full of his Extra Camp shirts was taken while he took his son go-karting. The TV favourite may have been a little bleary-eyed this morning as he had a late night attending the Brits. Insisting that he was only at the swanky do for “Good Morning Britain research purposes”, Joe added that he’d had an “amazing night” as he heaped praise on Hugh Jackman’s Greatest Showman opening performance. Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.  
21 Feb 19
Us Weekly
Celebs were out and about this week, from Kathy and Rick Hilton celebrating Chinese New Year, to Ciara and Russell Wilson enjoying a sushi-filled date night, to Nicole Scherzinger dancing the night away in West Hollywood. Read on to see more of what the stars have been up to! — Kathy and Rick Hilton attended Chinatown 90210 hosted by LA philanthropists Dr. Gabriel and Christine Chiu in celebration of Chinese New Year presented by Piaget and Bottega Veneta at Two Rodeo. — Taylor Lautner and his girlfriend stayed at the Mondrian L.A. in one of the hotel’s redesigned room for Valentine’s Day and enjoyed dinner at Ivory on Sunset and cocktails at Skybar L.A. — AnnaLynne McCord enjoyed a Valentine’s Day lunch at Margot in Culver City, the newly opened rooftop restaurant. — Brad Goreski attended the CFDA Fashion Trust luncheon honoring stylists for Oscars at Norah in West Hollywood [ami-related id=”6643″ url=”https://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/best-dressed-stars-on-the-red-carpet-and-beyond-w467856/” title=”About Last Night: See the Best-Dressed Stars on the Red Carpet and Beyond” target=”_blank” inset=”false”] — Ciara and Russell Wilson enjoyed a sushi dinner date night at Katsuya at L.A. Live. — Toni Braxton delivered an emotional rendition of “Unbreak My Heart” in honor of her aunt at her sold-out concert at the Borgata Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City. Toni Braxton — Ryan Cabrera hung out at Doheny Room in West Hollywood. — Hailey Baldwin wore head-to-toe Aritzia while attending the launch of Aritzia’s expanded Canadian flagship in Toronto. — KJ Apa attended Teen Vogue’s Young Hollywood Party presented by Snapchat to celebrate the magazine’s 2019 Cover Stars. [ami-related id=”1479″ url=”https://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/stars-theyre-just-like-us-20131610/” title=”Stars — They’re Just Like Us!” target=”_blank” inset=”false”] — Nicole Scherzinger danced the night away with friends at Hyde Sunset. — Fat Joe enjoyed dinner at 388 Restaurant in Roslyn Heights, NY. — Jacquees and Asian Doll attended the screening of All Def Music’s new docuseries All In with director Mandon Lovett in L.A. Jacquees and Asian Doll — Orange is the New Black’s Alysia Reiner enjoyed a little R&R while trying out Haven Spa’s new Harmony massage in NYC. — The McCord list founder, Rachel McCord, modeled LAMO footwear at the FN Platform in Las Vegas. — Terrence Howard dined at the Piaget sponsored Chinese New Year dinner at Crustacean in Beverly Hills. [ami-related id=”1425023″ url=”https://www.usmagazine.com/?p=1425023″ title=”Every Time Meghan Markle Paid Tribute to Princess Diana Through Fashion” target=”_blank” inset=”false”] — A dozen Away suitcases were spotted outside of Duchess Meghan’s baby shower at The Mark Hotel in NYC. — Paris Hilton attended the TINGS Magazine Issue #2 private dinner by Greene St. Kitchen of Las Vegas at Hideaway by TMA in L.A.
20 Feb 19
NATION AND STATE

The progressive mainstream media have declared former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe to be a Hero of the Republic for having launched a counterintelligence investigation of President Trump after he fired FBI Director James Comey in May 2017. In interviews on CBS and NBC, McCabe has claimed that FBI officials under his supervision opened the […]

20 Feb 19
Heavy.com

Aubry Bracco returns to “Survivor” for her third chance at that $1 million check. Here’s everything you need to know about the marketing director from L.A.

20 Feb 19
Knowledge is Good

Today The American Spectator published my analysis of the mainstream media’s canonization of disgraced and discredited former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe who this week began hawking his new book in which he is the hero. According to Andy, under his intrepid leadership, your FBI launched a counterintelligence investigation of President Trump who, despite his […]

20 Feb 19
Gopala

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