Joseph Woelfel

13 Feb 19
The Page

Happy Hump Day! GM and Amazon Want to Take on Tesla But not directly, of course. General Motors (GM) and Amazon (AMZN) are reportedly looking to invest in Rivian, a start-up that makes electric pick-up trucks.  The deal, if completed, would value Rivian at between $1 billion and $2 billion. The negotiations are still ongoing, […]

18 Jan 19
Hockey Happenings

BRISTOL‑ The point has come in the Suburban High School Hockey League season, when points are becoming precious. Neshaminy picked up two important points in the standings Thursday night. Rob Seewagen scored three goals and added a pair of assists to propel his team to a 6-2 win over shorthanded Abington at Grundy Arena that […]

29 Nov 18
Hockey Happenings

They’re doing it quietly, but the Central Bucks East Patriots are off to a solid start in the Suburban High School Hockey League. Freshman Sean Gorman scored two goals as East stayed unbeaten with a 6-3 win over Neshaminy Monday night at Revolution Ice Gardens. The Patriots have won four straight after a season-opening tie […]

23 Aug 18
Joel Schofer's Career Planning Blog

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17 Jul 18
Arcynewsy

The hearing is over The hearing and the markets are still slightly up. Long term effect of commodity prices on agriculture Senator Joe Donnelly of Indiana asks, "As Fed Chairman, what would you say to the nervous and concerned farmers about their future?" "I think, if it's going to be good for the economy …" […]

15 Jan 19
Trend Search.org

Time to kick off the week. Here’s what’s on Jim Cramer’s mind on Monday, Jan. 14. Citibank’s Earnings TheStreet’s Bradley Keoun broke down Citigroup’s earnings. Net income was $4.3 billion, the New York-based bank said Monday in a statement. Earnings per share were $1.64, while adjusted profit of $1.61 beat the average analyst estimate of […]

03 Jul 18
Boston Herald
ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE Sam Capobianco, Charlie McCaffrey, Magnus Orava (Dennis-Yarmouth); Gates Kelliher. Anthony Karson (Falmouth); Eddie Kielty, Braden Killens (Marshfield); Mac LaBarge, Stephen Kalinick, Christopher Beach (Nauset); Nick Heyer, Nick Carr, Tyler Wudyka, Kevin Carrera (Sandwich) BAY STATE CONFERENCE Cam Schlittler, Matt Donato, Bryan Kraus (Walpole); Mitch Schroeder, Ryan Shimbori, Ryan Leung, Silas Reed (Brookline); Andrew Haas, Ken Schechter (Newton North); Kevin McKenzie, Tom Chmielewski (Needham); Henry Weycker (Wellesley); Sean Goudey, Kevin McGrath (Weymouth); Alex Kennedy, Jackson Duffy (Braintree); Nolan McManus, Max Walker (Milton); Nick Seeto, Jarod Marifiote (Framingham) MVP: Silas Reed, Cam Schlittler BIG THREE Frank Aten, Trey Ciulla-Hall, Tyler Woods, Cole Sutherland, Ian Nadeau, Zach Sylvia (Brockton); Nathan Ladeira, Lucas Sousa, Remy Dumont, Matthew Saunders (Durfee); C.J. Dunston, Franyk Jaime (New Bedford) MVP: Ian Nadeau, Zach Sylvia BOSTON CITY LEAGUE Cam Kelly, Kyle Lake, Daniel Ruiz (Latin Academy); Jhonny Felix, Jaime Roldan, Elvin Smith (Brighton); Anthony Baldayaque, Nicolas Figueroa, Victor Pena (Boston International); Noel Sanchez (J.E. Burke); Anthony Bolger, Lenyn Cuello, Ray Diaz (Charlestown); Euddy Brito, Jonathan Pimentel, Josh Rivera (East Boston); Junior Nunez, Geury Reyes, Luis Jose Serret (English); Leo Alvarez, Misael Crespo, Ariel Pena Soto (Fenway); Reinaldo Pimental, Randy Ramirez, Xavier Rivera (Madison Park); Alex Fernandez, Yadiel Villalona (New Mission); Jesus Moscat, Alex Reyes, Matthew Ruiz (O’Bryant); Alex Troncoso, Carlos Vasquez, Hidalgo Villar (South Boston); Justin Chevere, Luis Espillat, Joel Lara (Snowden); Kevin Melo (Tech Boston) CAPE AND ISLANDS Will Good, Aaron Cole, Connor Jones, Kevin Flynn, Devan Harrison (St. John Paul); Nathan Amaker, Logan Routhier, Sean Gould (Monomoy); Andrew Williams, Jared Bianchi (Sturgis East); Christian Burzyck (Rising Tide); Justin Lucas, Anthony Armenti, Tim Scruggs (Cape Cod Tech); Jonathan Cloutier, Jonathan Avis (Sturgis West); Jack Holdgate (Nantucket) MVP: Devan Harrison, Justin Lucas CAPE ANN LEAGUE BAKER: Jake Lanciani, Paul Horgan (Hamilton-Wenham); Robbie Sarmanian (Manchester Essex); Brendan Willis (Georgetown); Logan Burrill (Amesbury) MVP: Robbie Sarmanian KINNEY: Andrew Manni, David Hunter, Patrick Costigan, Jack Seymour (Masconomet); Cooper Marengi, Fernando Gonzalez, Jonathan Luders (Lynnfield); Matt DeBenedetto (North Reading); Tom Lapham (Triton); Casey McLaren (Newburyport) CO-MVP: David Hunter, Andrew Manni CATHOLIC CENTRAL LEAGUE SMALL: Zack Gitschier, Andrius Kulbis-Marino, Ryan Duffy, Alex Graves, David Gill, Kyle DeRoma (Lowell Catholic); Mike Norton, Kyle Donaghey, Brian Shaughnessy, Timmy Connors, Derek Gavin (Matignon); Sam Wright, Jake Barcelou, Jackson Savoy, Jack O’Dea (St. Joseph’s); Anthony Baez, Javier Oller, Josh Baez, Johan Mendez (Cristo Rey Boston); Nate Duncan, David Guerrero, Harold Coll (Cathedral); Justin Krier, Harry Burr (Marian); Cameron Erikson (Pope John) MVP: Alex Graves LARGE: Keegan O’Connor, Trey Deloury, David Furtado (Bishop Fenwick); James Dolan, Ryan Bellew, Sam Hamer, Mike Gervasi (Archbishop Williams); Jack Grafton, Rob Maguire, Will Cournan (Cardinal Spellman); Logan Bravo, Peter Burns, Colin Jaena, Cam Seguin, Andrew Croteau (Austin Prep); Kieran Mullen (Arlington Catholic); Bobby Alcock, Anthony Nikolakakis, Anthony Bono, John Mulready, Lisandro Pacheco (St. Mary’s) MVP: Peter Burns CATHOLIC CONFERENCE Colin McGrath, John Mulry, JP Kelley, Tommy Fisher, Ryan Gillis (Catholic Memorial); Matt Sullivan, Marty McCormack, John MacDonald, Michael Vasil, Bobby DeMeo, Pat Roche (BC High); Nick Iannuzzi (Malden Catholic); Alex Lane, Tyler MacGregor, Josh Cerretani, Jake Sanderson, Mike Yarin (St. John’s Prep); Jack Whorf, Chris Ducko, Matt Joyce, Jake Cassidy, Sean Birch (Xaverian) MVP: Colin McGrath COMMONWEALTH ATHLETIC CONFERENCE LARGE: Josh O’Brien, Brock Roy, John Schwartz, Matt Michael, Will Carpenter (Whittier); Jereme Grey, Coles Blades, Brian Bocsia, Nick Kacavas, Jeff Springer (Greater Lowell); James Alagna, Connor Rich (Shawsheen); Dylan Christianson, Chris Masta (Essex Tech); Michael Cunningham (Northeast); Gio Covino, Izzy Tatis (Greater Lawrence) MVP: Will Carpenter SMALL: Hunter Kreis, Tommy Callanan, Jonah Crain, Devin Aquino (Mystic Valley); Jhoan Ortega, Serey Eang, Kenny Moore (Lynn Tech); Chris Leary, Adam Merta (Minuteman); Santiago Quinterro (Chelsea) MVP: Hunter Kreis DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE LARGE: Colman O’Toole, Thomas Derosa, Asher Kaplan, Noah Magaziner, Brandon Guerrero, Matt Anzalone (Boston Latin); Jacob Pullen, Brett Flanagan, James Dillon, Connor Lachman, Keith Schmelter (Lincoln-Sudbury); Ryan Wiliams, Anthony Maione, Gerard Jelloe, Bill Sameski, Mike DiVito (Waltham); Ahzeem Santos, Yusef Chisolm, Thomas McGaffigan (Cambridge); Brandon Lee, Aidan Sutherland (Newton South); Ben Membrino, Cam Goulet (Acton-Boxboro); Alex Mondro, Jason Fitzgerald (Westford) MVP: Colman O’Toole, Ryan Williams SMALL: Jackson Collins, David Garber, Robbie Meehan, Noah Parenti, Nick Puglielli (Bedford); Christian Gemelli, Alex Hamel, DJ Jelin (Concord-Carlisle); Gavin Moser, Michael Wegerbauer (Wayland); Noah Hooper, Saajan May, Peter Messervy, Michael Rogers (Weston) MVP: Saajan May EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Colin Gauthier, Colin Stephenson, Cam Smith, Justin Yurek, Brodie Carey (Bishop Feehan); Sam Bresnick, Jeremy Regan (Martha’s Vineyard); Jack Sefrino, Luke Bala, Zac Genovezos, Justin Wardell (Bishop Stang); Brendan Flaven, Matthew Flynn, Joseph Mulhern (Coyle-Cassidy) HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE Brian Woelfel, Jake Macchi, Jake Noviello, Alex Haba (Franklin); Nathan Pearce, Brendan McHugh, Nick Sinacola, Zach DeMattio (North Attleboro); Chris Pearsons, Matthew Muir, Mitch Goulet (Oliver Ames); Aidan Wilde (Milford); Robert Seaman, Ruben Gonzales (Stoughton); Matthew Casamento (Canton); Dan Saraceno, Tyler Dalton, Kevin Dow (Mansfield); Jon Candiales (Attleboro); Jack Moynihan, Tyler DaSilva Medeiros (Taunton); Jeremy Rhines (King Philip); Chad Bearce (Foxboro) MVP: Tyler Dalton MAYFLOWER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE COMPREHENSIVE: Nick Fantasia, Sean Flaherty, Mike Hurm, Tyler Potrykus (Sacred Heart): Brian Smith, Shawn Thorburn, Craig Dunn (West Bridgewater); Kyle Avila, Nick Collins, Griffin Lecomte (Westport); Christian Alcantara (Avon); Noah Hobart (Holbrook); Zach Mullins (Bishop Connolly) MVP: Nick Fantasia LARGE: Hayden Berio, Jacob Bishop, Jamie Carson, Ryan Austin (Bristol-Plymouth); Jacob Sarza, Daniel Perron, Evan Arruda (Diman); Andrew Bryant, Johnny Balzarini (Blue Hills); Kyle Cloutier (Tri-County); Michael Reidy (Southeastern) MVP: Andrew Bryant SMALL: Drew Sullivan, Brandon Zakrosky, Jacob Worden, Matt Bumpus (Old Colony); Michael Rotigliano, Mike Dix, Chris Beglane (Norfolk County); Luke Still, Jacob Moreno (Upper Cape); Max Bartoloni, Sean Lovell (South Shore); Nate Silvia (Bristol Aggie) MVP: Drew Sullivan MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE ALL-CONFERENCE: Cedric Gillette, Josh Gruenberg (Andover); Domenic Keegan, Steve Hajjar, Joe Sanchez (Central Catholic); Jack Beauchesne (Chelmsford); Dallas Vaughn (Haverhill); Anabel Pena, Jairo Vasquez (Lawrence); Matt Draper, Ray Velazquez (Lowell); Jake McElroy, Sebastian Keane, Anthony Sapienza (North Andover); Cameron Legvold (Tewksbury) PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Steven Hajjar (MVC-1); Sebastian Keane (MVC-2) MIDDLESEX LEAGUE LIBERTY: Adam Bowler, Jay Masci, Dara Conneely (Arlington); Will McFadden, Dan Baker (Reading); Nate Espelin, Dennis Crowley, Ryan Noone (Belmont); Ryan Qualey, Kevin Vasapolli (Woburn); Tony Fiorentino (Winchester); Jack Pawloski, Nick Plansky, Madison Dina, Sal Frelick (Lexington) MVP: Sal Frelick, Nathaniel Espelin FREEDOM: Joe Carroll (Stoneham); Anthony Panza, Chris Iannetta (Watertown); Brendon Coughlin, Jake Nardone (Wakefield); William Dolaher, Charles Stanton (Melrose); Dan Gracia, Matt Rideout, Carl Beatrice, Chris Grecco (Wilmington); John Ghio, Matt Tyman, Alex Stamides (Burlington) MVP: Joshua Becker NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE Matt Collins (Beverly); Jack Fargo, Mike Nestor (Medford); John Mondello (Gloucester); Justin Roberto (Danvers); A.J. Luciano (Lynn Classical); Luke Marshall, Ryan Graciale (Swampscott); Jake Gustin, Eric DeMayo (Peabody); Todd Tringale (Saugus) MVP: Jake Gustin, Spencer Brown OLD COLONY LEAGUE Eric Sylvia, Bret Abreu, Ben Aaronson, Hunter Pimental (Dartmouth); Anthony Fernandes, Danny Taylor (Bridgewater-Raynham) PATRIOT LEAGUE KEENAN: Charlie Coon, Luke Eggers (Duxbury); Matt Hatfield, Jack Clougherty (Hingham); Don Cohoon, Brendan Ferrell, Ryan McLoud, Jeff Rodden (Plymouth North); Griffin Lynch (Quincy); Alex Bejarano, Stephen Quigley, Nolan Hughes (Silver Lake); Ryan Sawtelle, Rian Schwede, Mike Cook, Ethan Phelps (Whitman-Hanson) MVP: Don Cohoon FISHER: Aidan Henderson, Steven Simon, Mike Simon, Zach Stone, Liam Flynn (Hanover); Tommy Kelly, Joe Brahimi (North Quincy); Matt Smith (Pembroke); Bradley Collins, Hunter Dean, Peter Fantoni (Plymouth South); Tom Connor, Matt Scibilio, Michael Woodland (Scituate) MVP: Aidan Henderson SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE Aiden Blake, Colin Fahey (Apponequet); Ben Smith, Jacob Fader (Bourne); Logan Sheratt (Case); Steve Silvia, Jacob Rogers (Dighton-Rehoboth); Andrew Vanagre (GNB Voke); Mike Kennefick, Adam Breault (Old Rochester); Adam Horowitz , Luke Robitaille (Seekonk); Jake Meehan, Chase Stafford, Matt Shea (Somerset Berkley); Colin Horton (Wareham) MVP: Colin Fahey SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE SULLIVAN: Liam LeVangie, Robbie Thompson, Joe Eisenmann, Kevin Lindsay, Sam Barrett (East Bridgewater); Aiden Glennon, Gavyn White, Jon Baar, Zach Callahan, Sam Gray (Rockland); Ryan Hohmann, Brendan Hynes, Quentin Woolf, Sean Coffey (Norwell); Harrison Lapierre, Dan Bukunt, Shawn McCarthy, Brandon Hogan, Evan Gwozdz, Colin O’Brien (Middleboro); Jose Sanchez (Randolph); MVP: Liam LeVangie TOBIN: Brady Christoforo, Dylan Gately, Aaron Siegal, Ryan Doherty (Abington); Tyler Halunen, Andrew Bumpus (Carver); George Grec, Thomas Kierce, Cliff Ward, Michael Milanoski (Cohasset); Jake Peters, Bryce Evans (Hull); Kyle Puchol, Jack Richmond, Zach Landry, Freddie Hannah, Bryce Eaton, Michael Fraser (Mashpee) MVP: Zach Landry TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE Lucas Gustavson, Alex Amalfi, Dominic Cavanaugh, Jackson Hornung (Ashland); Ben Youkilis, Corey Chiappone, Michael Reissfelder (Bellingham); Griffin O’Connor, Jason Leonard, Ben Dean (Dedham); Holden Ferrari (Dover-Sherborn); Ben Thomas, Tim Ringie (Holliston); Ben McKenzie, Stephen Simoes (Hopkinton); Ben Adams (Medfield); Nick Assad, Cam Forbes (Medway); Andrew Brooks (Millis); Brodey Tinkham (Norton); Ryan Shea (Westwood) LARGE MVP: Stephen Simoes SMALL MVP: Lucas Gustavson
26 Jun 18
iPhillySports

Josiah Roberts can’t wait for one final chance to showcase his skills. The 5-foot-10, 190-pound running back from Lindenwold will compete during Thursday’s 2018 Adam Taliaferro Foundation/South Jersey Football Coaches Association All-Star Football Classic. Kickoff is 7 p.m. at […]

11 Jun 18
Movies Galore of Milwaukee

Written by David Strege Brought To Us by Merchant Productions along with David Sterling Productions is a feature that came out in 1993 in and around the same time that David Sterling produced is  anthology called Things from the same year With a director by the name of Mike Tristano. Now I’m pretty sure that […]

02 May 18
MacDailyNews
[cfsp key=”getamac.jpg”]”Stocks rose on Wednesday, May 2, after the Federal Reserve decided to keep interest rates unchanged and as shares of Apple Inc. rose after the tech giant reported stronger-than-expected fiscal second-quarter earnings on Tuesday,” Joseph Woelfel reports for TheStreet. “The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 34 points, or 0.14%, shortly after the Fed released its decision at 2 p.m. ET. The S&P 500 was up 0.05% and the Nasdaq was up 0.40%.” “The private sector added 204,000 jobs in April, according to the ADP National Employment Report, which is a precursor to the official U.S. jobs report that will be released on Friday, May 4,” Woelfel reports. “Apple was rising [5.05%] on Wednesday after the iPhone giant beat revenue and earnings expectations for its second fiscal quarter, and assuaged fears of low iPhone demand.” “The company earned $2.73 a share on revenue of $61.1 billion, ahead of forecasts of earnings of $2.67 a share on revenue of $60.82 billion,” Woelfel reports. “Apple also announced that it was raising its quarterly dividend by 16% and announced a new $100 billion share buyback plan.” Read more in the full article here. MacDailyNews Take: AAPL is back within shouting distance of a new all-time high. We refer to [the current climate of negative speculation], internally, as “Back up the Truck” season. — MacDailyNews Take, April 28, 2018 SEE ALSO: So, how did the Apple analysts perform in Q218? – May 2, 2018 When it comes to Apple’s iPhone X sales, Wall Street got it wrong – May 2, 2018 Why was iPhone X so successful at $999 despite a slew of fake news? – May 2, 2018 Uh, yeah, about those iPhone X ‘concerns’ from analysts: Never mind – May 1, 2018 Apple beats Street with best Q2 ever – May 1, 2018 Apple’s iPhone X isn’t selling well – or is it? – April 21, 2018 Apple’s iPhone X to be discontinued this year, analyst claims – April 20, 2018 Morgan Stanley: Apple stock may fall on ‘materially’ weaker iPhone sales – April 20, 2018 Apple’s iPhone X sales continue to disappoint, some analysts say – March 22, 2018 Ignore the iPhone X naysayers – March 10, 2018 Will the naysayers admit they were wrong about Apple’s iPhone X? – February 5, 2018 Do iPhone X sales spell trouble for Apple? – January 30, 2018 Apple supplier says report of iPhone X production cuts was overstated – January 30, 2018 Another January, another misleading iPhone supply cuts story from Nikkei – January 29, 2018 Apple stock drops after Nikkei report of iPhone X production cut – January 29, 2018 Reports of Apple cutting iPhone X orders make no sense – January 2, 2018 Apple stock tumbles on one poorly-sourced report of low iPhone X demand – December 26, 2017 Apple and suppliers shares drop on report of weak iPhone X demand – December 26, 2017
13 Feb 18
Natewoelfel.com

Below are the pairings and projected lineups for each of the eight Division 1 team sectionals that take place Tuesday. Lineup projections are based on entrants from last Saturday’s regional tournaments. Rankings reflect the latest Wisconsin Wrestling Online Rankings.