Lia Sophia

11 Dec 18
The Fictional Reader

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly post hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Today’s topic is a freebie! I decided to talk about some ships I’m not on board with, aka NOTPs. I feel like this post needs a disclaimer: if you love any of these ships, this is NOT an attack on you or your […]

02 Dec 18
Broken Promises Rescue "Auction"

Lia Sophia Love Note Bracelet Adjustable to 9” Starting bid:  5.00

22 Nov 18
Wilmington Apple

Wilmington High recently released its Quarter 1 Honor Roll.

22 Nov 18
Wilmington Apple

Wilmington Middle School recently released its Quarter 1 Honor Roll.

20 Nov 18
The Ukiah Daily Journal
On Wednesday night, this past week, Ukiah High School held their sports awards ceremonies for their Fall sports student athletes who had achieved above and beyond in their chosen sports. The 232 Fall sports athletes, and 17 coaches, who had competed in the high school’s 17 team sports had all represented their home town teams well in the first season of the newly reformed North Bay League. Of those teams, a number had made a significant impact on their oppenents with successful competitive seasons. The girls Varsity volleyball team won first place in the NBL Redwood Division and earned a a home game NCS playoff game. The boys Varsity football team had entered the NCS playoffs and won their first home playoff game against Maria Carrillo. The girls Varsity Tennis team were the NBL champions for the first time in many years, but were unable to compete in their NCS playoff berth. And the boys and girls cross country team advanced to the NCS Championships, to be held in Hayward. Additionally, the girls Varsity Cheer team – now an officially recognized CIF sport – competed in the USA Cheer competition and won 1st place in their Division. This win earned the Wildcats a bid to compete in the USA Spirit Nationals, held in Anaheim, in Jan. 2019. The Ukiah High football program’s Demetri Martson Equinto, Nathan Tyrrell, Jay Escamilla, Lucas Stanley, and Aj Link each earned 1st team NBL All League recognition. The Ukiah High Varsity volleyball team won 1st team NBL All League recognition. The Ukiah High football program’s Nathan Johnson, Kaden Burris, Kalathan Laiwia McKay, Frankie Pomilia and Jay Escamillia each earned 2nd team NBL All League recognition. The Ukiah High Tennis team’s Emma Dolan won the 1st Team All League recognition. The awards recipients for the 2018 Fall sports season are as follows: North Bay League MVP Award winner: Valentina Evans – Varsity Volleyball Blanket Award: Tanner Whetzel – Varsity Water Polo Josefina Cavalin – Varsity Water Polo Emily Tilley – Varsity Volleyball Kylie Thurston – Varsity Golf Chris Armstrong – Varsity Cross Country Alexis Swoboda – Varsity Cross Country Ashley Otis – Varsity Cheer Emma Dolan – Varsity Tennis Captain Award: Tanner Whetzel – Varsity Water Polo Ben Evans – Varsity Water Polo Josefina Cavalin – Varsity Water Polo Emma Flammang – Varsity Water Polo Aliany Marquez – J.V. Volleyball Kera Tellstorm – J.V. Volleyball Emily Tilley – Varsity Volleyball Victoria Ruiz – Varsity Volleyball Kylie Thurston – Varsity Golf Miah Nelson – Varsity Golf Luca Szabo – Varsity Cross Country Michael Leggett – J.V. Cross Country Morgan Clark – Varsity Cross Country Ella Rozelski – J.V. Cross Country Sam Page – J.V. Football Peyton Macdonald – J.V. Football Dalton Thurston – J.V. Football Ethan Holbrook – J.V. Football Molly Anderson – Varsity Cheer Kaylee Massey – Varsity Cheer Ashley Otis – Varsity Cheer Jordan Biscocho – J.V. Cheer Ramona Schuler-Tate – J.V. Cheer Ava Mortier – Varsity Tennis Emma Dolan – Varsity Tennis Lily Milani – Freshman Volleyball Julia Maldonado – Freshman Volleyball Emersyn Sawyers – Freshman Volleyball Coach’s Award: Payton Ford – J.V. Volleyball Valentina Evans – Varsity Volleyball Mariah Galindo – Varsity Volleyball Ashley Mills – Varsity Volleyball Amanda Reardan – Varsity Volleyball Emma Schueller – Varsity Volleyball Anna Fetherston – Varsity Golf Hendrik Telfer – Varsity Cross Country Caleb Mucho – J.V. Cross Country Jolie L’Heureux – Varsity Cross Country Emylia Ruffin – J.V. Cross Country Jaydan Burns – J.V. Football Bianca Chavez – Varsity Cheer Kelly Murry – Varsity Cheer Jordan Biscocho – J.V. Cheer Ashiah Wattenburger – J.V. Cheer Hannah Acevedo – Varsity Tennis Rachel Armenino – Varsity Tennis Julia Maldonado – Freshman Volleyball Elise Martinez – Freshman Volleyball Most Valuable Player Award: Ava Kindopp – J.V. Volleyball Lorenzo Diaz – J.V. Cross Country Kianna Ruffin – J.V. Cross Country Ethan Holbrook – J.V. Football Emily McQueary – J.V. Cheer Ramona Schuler-Tate – J.V. Cheer Celena Linares – J.V. Tennis Emily Najaramirez – J.V. Tennis Lily Milani – Freshman Volleyball Most Inspirational Award: Ben Evans – Varsity Water Polo Dakota Schwarm – Varsity Water Polo Janvi Ishwar – J.V. Volleyball Hiroko Jimenez – Varsity Volleyball Avery Barrett – Varsity Golf Gwenn Parrish – Varsity Golf Alejandro Rodarte – Varsity Cross Country Zac Koball – J.V. Cross Country Amaris L’Heureux – Varsity Cross Country Emily Winningham – J.V. Cross Country Logan Kraemer – J.V. Football Alyjandra Greene – Varsity Cheer Ella Nelson – Varsity Tennis Lia Xerogeanes – Varsity Tennis Kaiyleen McLean – Freshman Volleyball Most Improved Award: Evan Sangiacomo – Varsity Water Polo Lauren Lazarevich – Varsity Water Polo Sophia Dunnicliff – J.V. Volleyball Madison Cathey – Varsity Volleyball Miah Nelson – Varsity Golf Daniel Lieben – Varsity Cross Country Charlie Cliburn – J.V. Cross Country Desaraie Clark – Varsity Cross Country Eloise Marchal – J.V. Cross Country Jack Bednar – J.V. Football Madisyn Randolph – Varsity Cheer Allyson Cooley – J.V. Cheer Trix Holstine – Varsity Tennis Amita Tran – Varsity Tennis Maggie Nelson – Varsity Tennis Jenae Makumi – Freshman Volleyball
19 Nov 18
The Gymternet

Results from the 2018 4th Bundesliga, held from November 17 through November 18 in Berlin, Germany.

18 Nov 18
Swimming World News

The 2018 Michigan Girls DI Swimming and Diving Championships took place on Nov. 17 at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Mich. Four records fell at this meet, in which Harrison Farmington senior Ashley Turak took part in three of them: after setting a new DI mark in the 50 free, she helped her 4×50 free and 4×100 free […]

16 Nov 18
Hampton Jewelry

Huge Ellen Kiam Gold Plated Lion’s Head Brooch Elle Kiam was the wife of Victor Kiam. She designed jewelry in the ’70s & ’80s and is also well known for “Lady Remington” jewelry, a direct sales jewelry company specializing in in-home parties. Later, it was renamed Lia Sophia Jewelry, after her granddaughters, Lia and Sophia. […]

14 Nov 18
Lake County Record-Bee
TRACY — It was a day of firsts for Middletown High School’s competitive cheer squad on Saturday during the United Spirit Association (USA) Regional competition at Merrill West High School in Tracy. In the first year of the team’s existence and competing in its first event, the Mustangs brought home the school’s first award, a second-place finish in the Varsity Show Cheer/Novice division for groups of 17-36 participants. Westmont High School of Campbell won the division but Middletown earned runner-up honors with its 24-cheerleader-strong squad. “They had already won twice and finished second in another competition,” Middletown cheer adviser Danita Collins Shook said of the Westmont squad. “It was our very first time in competition.” Collins Shook said the team’s 2 1/2-minute routine featured, among other things, stunts, jumps tumbling, dance, cheer and pyramids. Middletown’s 24-strong competitive cheer squad performs Saturday in Tracy. The team has now qualified for the USA Nationals on Feb. 22-24 in Anaheim. Prior to the Tracy competition, the Middletown squad, which consists of varsity and junior varsity cheerleaders – 13 varsity and 11 JV – received the Most Spirited Team award during the Spirit Spectacular Camp in late July at Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park. “It was voted on by other coaches and kids at the camp,” Collins Shook said. “There were nine teams there.” Middletown team members are varsity cheerleaders Makaili Brown, Cora DaCosta, Kenna Harbison, Annabelle Lacey, Shay Liebig, Shawnna McCool, Sam Nord, Rayne Reece, Jlay Untarasari, Alle Vierra, Lili Diaz, Andrea Garcia, Citali Garcia, and JV cheerleaders Autumn Fischer, Sophia Guzman, Bryanna Lopez, Baylee McKinney, Cynthia Saelor, Jazmyn Avina, Lia Crudo, Anna Popovich, Shaianne Sims, Vanessa Lacey and Bree Eisenberger.
12 Nov 18
Carla's Corner

I’m unsociable. I hate parties. Always have, always will. I avoid them at all costs. (Not that I’m invited to many). But there’s this one type of party… “She’s not sociable…” I imagine the hostess thinking. “But she’s pleasant enough in an odd, quiet way. And she’s dutiful and generous. That’s all we need for […]

06 Nov 18
Moanalua Elementary School PTO

Congratulations to the MES PTO Health & Fitness Contest Winners! Thank you to the 118 students who submitted poster entries! Grand Prize Winner: Taylor Malloy Poster will be featured on  2019 student portfolio Cash Prize Winners in each category: Healthy Movement – Franchesica Perez (K-3): Healthy Movement – Kaylie Tsuchiyama (4th-6th): Healthy Eating– Sky Hirai […]

05 Nov 18
And She Sparkled

I’m checking back in amidst my midterms for a little outift post. A couple of weeks ago I got all dressed up for class because I wanted to wear my new floral tights. Turtleneck: Paraphrase (old, similar here), Skirt: Wild Fable, Tights: A New Day, Boots: Ellen Tracy (old, similar here), necklace: Lia Sophia Business […]

04 Nov 18
Hogwarts Stellae

“Hey you’ve done packing, right? ” Daniel asked as he entered his sister’s room and saw the younger brunette playing phone on her bed. Mikayla nodded her head and yet, she didn’t even spare one glance at her brother. “Done that weeks ago.” Daniel realized his sister’s change of behavior ever since he told her […]

04 Nov 18
Ed B on Sports

Tiffany Hines was born on September 2, 1983 in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. She is an actress, known for Real Artists (2017), Nikita (2010) and Bones (2005). Born: September 2, 1983 in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA Actress (40 credits)   Killing Games (pre-production) Madison  2018 Adi Shankar’s Gods and Secrets (completed)  2018 Magnum P.I. (TV Series) Lara […]

30 Oct 18
Security Boulevard

This summer Akamai hosted Girls Who Code for its fourth year in a row. Girls Who Code is a nonprofit organization that aims to support and increase the number of women in computer science. Akamai sponsored the Girls Who Code…

29 Oct 18
BrockelPress

…a number of shows that I won’t be seeing. I love musicals at the wonderful old Winter Garden, but I won’t head there to see Tootsie remade as a tune fest. Nor do I want to see Beetlejuice set to music. I loved Jersey Boys, but The Cher Show sounds dicey and I’m guessing that […]