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15 Dec 18
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15 Dec 18
Monterey Herald
Tahjae Ordonio led five players in double figures Friday, propelling the Monterey boys basketball team into the finals of the 71st Carmel Invitational after a 77-46 decision over Antelope High. The Toreadores will face Liberty, who defeated host Carmel 71-66, Saturday in the finals. Ordonio finished with 15 points for the Toreadores, who improved to 6-0. Kenny Garrard added 13 points while Mohammed Adam and Suheil Ibrahim each had 12 and Evans Charles 10. Liberty 71, Carmel 66: Despite a season high 27 points from Kai Lee, the Padres fell to Liberty in the Carmel Invitational. Carmel (7-2) will face Antelope on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. for third place. J.T. Byrne added 17 points for Carmel. Palma 38, Soquel 34: The Chieftains are in the Scattini Tournament finals for the fifth straight year after a defensive minded win. Palma, who improved to 5-0, will face Pittsburg (5-1) of the east bay on Saturday for the tournament title. Colin Neff led Palma with 16 points while AJ Suniga finished with nine. Alvarez 56, Salinas 44: Jacob Gomez and Devin Foster each scored 13 points as the Eagles advanced into the consolation round of the Scattini Tournament. Jose Gonzalez added 10 points for Alvarez, who improved to 6-1 on the season. Girls basketball Soledad 60, Alisal 53: Theresa Chavez and Olivia Fale combined for 46 points as the Aztecs advanced into the consolation round of the North Salinas Sportsmanship Games. Chavez finished with a season high 27 points while Fale chipped in with 19 points, as Soledad won its second game of the season. Mikaela Arista produced 15 points for Alisal while Briana Mejia and Dana Cima each had nine. Alvarez 70, King City 34: Isabelle Dorado led four players in double figures as the Eagles erupted for a season high 70 points in advancing into the consolation bracket of the North Salinas Sportsmanship Games. Dorado finished with 16 points while Isabella Soto tallied 12. Aaliyah Foster and Lisa Fiege both scored 11. Stevenson 61, Monterey 22: Stephanie Dalhamer recorded a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds as the Pirates improved to 5-2. Nisha Singh added eight points and seven boards for Stevenson. Gaby Perez led all scorers with 13 points while Kailey Clymo pulled down 11 rebounds. Rhea Cosand finished with five steals. Salinas 69, North Salinas 51: The Cowboys opened some eyes with their fifth consecutive win, advancing into the finals of the North Salinas Sportsmanship Games. For the second time in five days, Salinas (7-2) has knocked off an undefeated team. Salinas will face 6-1 Seaside Saturday in the finals at 4 p.m. Sophomore Makenzi Laporte recorded a double-double with 25 points and 13 rebounds for the Cowboys. Leslie Cital added 13 points while Nevaeh Piñon scored 11 with Jenika Zurita 10. Kayla Stone pulled down 10 rebounds to go along with six points. Boys soccer Monterey 2, Palma 0: Isaac Lomeli recorded a goal and an assist as the Toreadores improved to 5-1 on the season. Lomeli has scored or assisted in all six games this year for Monterey. Jose Rios Lara also scored for the Toreadores. North Salinas 3, Pajaro Valley 1: The Vikings got goals from three different players to improve to 3-2-2 on the season. Ricky Diaz had a goal and an assist for North Salinas. Eduardo Rubio and Ezekiel Hernandez both scored goals while Edgar Oviedo was credited with an assist. Greenfield 3, Aptos 0: Alex Sanchez, Jesus Zavala and Isaias Solorio all scored goals as the Bruins blanked Aptos. Juan Sanchez and Fernando Garcia each had assists for Greenfield in support of goalie Rolando Gutierrez, who recorded the shutout. Girls soccer Gonzales 1, Trinity 0: Stephanie Barboza scored on an assist from Ashley Ochoa in the Spartans win. Seaside 2, St. Francis 1: Ariana Meza and Maya Ramnauth both scored goals in Seaside’s win over St. Francis of Watsonville. Meza’s goal came on a penalty kick, as Seaside improved to 2-1-2 overall and 1-0-1 in the Cypress Division. Women’s basketball MPC 55, Los Positas 50: Alvarez graduate JJ Chaboya lead a balanced attack with 12 points as the Lobos advanced into the consolation round. Danae Snell chipped in with 10 points while Kasey Hoyle scored nine. Women’s golf CSUMB: The Otters have hired former UC San Diego coach Jim Ragan as their new women’s golf coach. Ragan was the 2001 and 2004 NCAA Region Coach of the Year and the Big 12 Coach of the year in 2006 at Oklahoma, leading them to a Big 12 title. He also was an assistant at Texas in 1994, when it finished third at the NCAA Champinships. Ragan has coached 13 All-Americans during his tenure.
15 Dec 18
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14 Dec 18
Payne Family Live

This week has definitely been a roller coaster. Hang on for the recounting. Monday morning, we got up first thing and headed for Basingstoke to look at homes. The first place we looked at was, well, kind of a dump.  I mean, Kyla was ok with it, and it wasn’t the worst place I’ve ever […]

14 Dec 18
REFLECTIONS OF A SWAMPER

With the Christmas season upon us I have been watching some of the old classic Christmas movies and some of the new ones and yes, even the Hallmark Christmas Movie specials which seem to boil down to the same plot lines in all.  Girl meets boy, they like each other, some ex is in the […]

14 Dec 18
Digital escobar

Book Description “Buck up.” “Stop feeling sorry for yourself.” “Don’t ruin everything.” When you are anxious, sad, angry, or lonely, do you hear this self-critical voice? What would happen if, instead of fighting difficult emotions, we accepted them? Over his decades of experience as a therapist and mindfulness meditation practitioner, Dr. Christopher Germer has learned […]

14 Dec 18
Recognise. Prevent. Recover.

Our working environment has changed enormously over the last few decades. The workload, intensity and patient complexity have grown exponentially. In parallel, the time and space that we have at work and at home to recharge and support each other has become massively compressed. My last post looked at the factors that make doctors vulnerable […]

14 Dec 18
Monterey Herald
Three players recorded double-doubles Thursday, lifting the Seaside High girls basketball team to a 74-42 win over Soledad in the North Salinas Sportsmanship Games. The Spartans, who fell from the unbeaten ranks on Tuesday to West Catholic Athletic League power St. Francis of Mountain View, erupted for a season-high 74 points. Daja Scott-Mitchell dropped in 20 points and 15 rebounds for Seaside (6-1). Jordan Olivares added 20 points and 10 rebounds while Khrystiana Lynch finished with 10 points and 12 boards. Sarai Wheeler came off the bench to score 13 for Seaside. Olivares had nine steals and five assists while Wheeler recorded five steals. Scotts Valley 47, Alisal 32: The Trojans fell to 5-3 on the season, dropping their opener at the North Salinas Sportsmanship Games. Briana Mejia led Alisal with 13 points while Mikaela Arista finished with eight. Salinas 71, King City 33: The Cowboys won their fourth straight game to advance into the winner’s bracket of the North Salinas Sportsmanship Games. Makenzi LaPorte led Salinas (5-2) with 15 points, six rebounds and five assists. Jenika Zurita added 12 points while Leslie Cital had eight points and Tallie McDermott and Brooke Cannon had six points. North County 60, Anzar 36: Mikayla Villanueva scored a season-high 20 points as the Condors won their second straight game. Alyssa Torres chipped in with 13 points for North County. Faith Mora recorded a team-high seven steals while Julie Alvizo finished with six assists. Carmel 35, Greenfield 27: The Padres used 10 points and 11 rebounds from Soana Loalatu to hold off Greenfield. Erin Trotter added eight points and 14 rebounds for Carmel. Aligha Ramey finished with eight points for the Bruins. Pajaro Valley 57, Pacific Grove 35: Parker Llantero scored nine points in the Breakers’ loss to Pajaro Valley. Tati Ruiz added eight points for Pacific Grove while Molly Momberger tallied seven points and seven boards. Lyndsey Lantero pulled down eight rebounds. Women’s basketball Bakersfield 66, MPC 61: Despite a combined 25 points from Danae Snell and Jocelyn Cazarez, the host Lobos fell in the Monterey Classic. Snell, who prepped at North Salinas High, finished with 13 points while Cazarez, a former three-sport standout at North County, added 12 points. Boys basketball Palma 50, San Benito 37: Colin Neff and Brenden Cannon each produced 16 points as the Chieftains improved to 5-0 on the season at the Scattini Tournament. Palma, which has won the past three Scattini Tournaments and has reached the finals four straight years, will face Soquel, which defeated Seaside. Pittsburg 74, Alvarez 59: The Eagles fell from the unbeaten ranks at the Scattini Tournament at Palma. Devin Foster led Alvarez (5-1) with 25 points while Isaiah Rodriguez finished with 10. Carmel 80, Pajaro Valley 45: Sophomore J.T. Byrne continued his assault on the opposition with 23 points in the Padres’ win in the 71st Carmel Invitational. Kai Lee chipped in with 15 points for Carmel (6-1) while Zach DeZee finished with a season-high 14 points. Monterey 76, Aptos 45: Mohammed Adam scored 23 points as the Toreadores improved to 5-0, advancing in the Carmel Invitational. Tahjae Ordonio added 14 points for Monterey while Mohanid Adam scored 12 points. King City 73, Oakwood 72: Ashton Headley’s free throw ended the marathon as the Mustangs beat Oakwood of Morgan Hill in four overtimes in the Watsonville Tournament. Angel Trujillo finished with 24 points for King City while Isa Gonzales added 13. Headley tallied 12 points. Greenfield 75, Trinity 28: The Bruins are 7-0 for the first time in school history after a 47-point win in the Watsonville Tournament. Agustin Pantoja led Greenfield with 21 points while Angel Villagomez added 17 and Oscar Villagomez had 12. North County 70, Harbor 62: Brandon Ducusin produced 23 points as the Condors improved to 4-4 on the season. Dulian Morelos chipped in with 10 points for North County while Sergia Anaya and Joseph Bertao each had eight. Stevenson 57, Argonaut 54: Sam Fontaine came off the bench to provide two clutch free throws in the final 14 seconds to lift the Pirates past the host school in the Argonaut Tournament. Luke Driscoll led Stevenson with 20 points while Fontaine added 11. Honorebel Walker was a standout on defense. Girls soccer Alvarez 6, Greenfield 2: Julie Carrasco scored both goals in the Bruins’ loss to 2-0 Alvarez.
13 Dec 18
Archy news nety

The roles of Taylor Swift and James Corden in the next Cats the film was revealed after months of conjecture. The singer, who joined the cast of Tom Hooper in the adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's classic in July, will play Bombalurina, Deadline reported after the announcement of the complete cast of Universal and Working […]

13 Dec 18
Linda Neff

Like most of you, I feel November and December can tend to get pretty crazy. But we wouldn’t have it any other way would we! I have so much fun creating and yet, I’ve had my days where I get up with so much to do, then just sit and stare into space because I […]

13 Dec 18
Esther Marveta Neff

Tuesday, November 27, 2018 The German Consulate General Presents: (In)stated Apparitions (framing text: The artists Esther Neff (based in NYC) and Anja Ibsch (based in Berlin) will make a collaborative performance at the historical site of German-American exchange, 1014 Fifth Avenue. This townhouse opposite the Metropolitan Museum once belonged to the last US Ambassador to […]

13 Dec 18

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