Nine West

24 Apr 19
East Bay Times
California not only cracked the latest Bay Area News Group Top 15, it snuck into the top 10. In the midst of an eight-game win streak, its résumé got a boost with a 6-5 victory over No. 3 Amador Valley. No. 1 Foothill remains unbeaten and No. 2 Heritage is on a nine-game win streak after a hiccup to open April, scoring at least eight runs in each of the past six games. No. 4 Santa Teresa is in the middle of a 12-day break, while No. 5 Presentation leapfrogged a pair of West Catholic Athletic League foes after its 6-5 victory over No. 6 St. Francis in extra innings. On to the rankings … Bay Area News Group Top 15 (Records through Tuesday) No. 1 Foothill (19-0) Previous ranking: 1 Beat Livermore 5-1, Granada 2-0 No. 2 Heritage (17-2) Previous ranking: 2 Beat Pittsburg 12-2, Deer Valley 8-2 No. 3 Amador Valley (14-5) Previous ranking: 3 Lost to California 6-5, beat Carondelet 4-3, Dublin 12-0 No. 4 Santa Teresa (18-5) Previous ranking: 5 Beat Sobrato 6-3 No. 5 Presentation (15-4) Previous ranking: 7 Beat St. Francis 5-4 (10 innings), Christopher 2-1 No. 6 St. Francis (15-4-1) Previous ranking: 4 Lost to Presentation 5-4 (10 innings), beat Los Gatos 16-0, beat Gilroy 16-12 No. 7 Archbishop Mitty (14-5) Previous ranking: 6 No games For more Bay Area high school sports coverage follow Bay Area Preps on Flipboard. No. 8 College Park (12-2) Previous ranking: 8 Beat Alhambra 2-0, Arroyo 2-0, lost to Benicia 2-0 No. 9 Castro Valley (14-4-1) Previous ranking: 10 Beat James Logan 1-0, Berkeley 2-0 No. 10 California (15-4) Previous ranking: Not ranked Beat Amador Valley 6-5, Monte Vista 8-0, Deer Valley 11-1, San Ramon Valley 10-1 No. 11 Silver Creek (12-4) Previous ranking: 11 Beat Leland 12-1 No. 12 Aragon (10-5) Previous ranking: 9 Beat Capuchino 7-1, lost to San Mateo 3-0 No. 13 Valley Christian (12-7) Previous ranking: 12 Lost to San Benito 6-5 (8 innings) No. 14 Mountain View (13-4) Previous ranking: 13 Beat Los Gatos 6-5 (8 innings) No. 15 Newark Memorial (13-4-1) Previous ranking: 15 Beat Moreau Catholic 3-2 Also considered: Clayton Valley Charter (12-6), Bishop O’Dowd (9-4), Granada (12-8), Berkeley (8-3), Antioch (12-6), Benicia (9-5), Los Gatos (13-3), Mt Eden (11-2), Alhambra (12-7). Who is eligible Teams eligible for these rankings come from leagues based predominantly in Alameda, Contra Costa, Santa Clara and San Mateo counties. HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS? WE’VE GOT YOU COVERED For just 12 cents a day for a year, you can have access to all the digital content at mercurynews.com and eastbaytimes.com. You just need to sign up at one of these two links: Mercury News or East Bay Times. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] [dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=bayareapreps” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /]
24 Apr 19
The Mercury News
California not only cracked the latest Bay Area News Group Top 15, it snuck into the top 10. In the midst of an eight-game win streak, its résumé got a boost with a 6-5 victory over No. 3 Amador Valley. No. 1 Foothill remains unbeaten and No. 2 Heritage is on a nine-game win streak after a hiccup to open April, scoring at least eight runs in each of the past six games. No. 4 Santa Teresa is in the middle of a 12-day break, while No. 5 Presentation leapfrogged a pair of West Catholic Athletic League foes after its 6-5 victory over No. 6 St. Francis in extra innings. On to the rankings … Bay Area News Group Top 15 (Records through Tuesday) No. 1 Foothill (19-0) Previous ranking: 1 Beat Livermore 5-1, Granada 2-0 No. 2 Heritage (17-2) Previous ranking: 2 Beat Pittsburg 12-2, Deer Valley 8-2 No. 3 Amador Valley (14-5) Previous ranking: 3 Lost to California 6-5, beat Carondelet 4-3, Dublin 12-0 No. 4 Santa Teresa (18-5) Previous ranking: 5 Beat Sobrato 6-3 No. 5 Presentation (15-4) Previous ranking: 7 Beat St. Francis 5-4 (10 innings), Christopher 2-1 No. 6 St. Francis (15-4-1) Previous ranking: 4 Lost to Presentation 5-4 (10 innings), beat Los Gatos 16-0, beat Gilroy 16-12 No. 7 Archbishop Mitty (14-5) Previous ranking: 6 No games For more Bay Area high school sports coverage follow Bay Area Preps on Flipboard. No. 8 College Park (12-2) Previous ranking: 8 Beat Alhambra 2-0, Arroyo 2-0, lost to Benicia 2-0 No. 9 Castro Valley (14-4-1) Previous ranking: 10 Beat James Logan 1-0, Berkeley 2-0 No. 10 California (15-4) Previous ranking: Not ranked Beat Amador Valley 6-5, Monte Vista 8-0, Deer Valley 11-1, San Ramon Valley 10-1 No. 11 Silver Creek (12-4) Previous ranking: 11 Beat Leland 12-1 No. 12 Aragon (10-5) Previous ranking: 9 Beat Capuchino 7-1, lost to San Mateo 3-0 No. 13 Valley Christian (12-7) Previous ranking: 12 Lost to San Benito 6-5 (8 innings) No. 14 Mountain View (13-4) Previous ranking: 13 Beat Los Gatos 6-5 (8 innings) No. 15 Newark Memorial (13-4-1) Previous ranking: 15 Beat Moreau Catholic 3-2 Also considered: Clayton Valley Charter (12-6), Bishop O’Dowd (9-4), Granada (12-8), Berkeley (8-3), Antioch (12-6), Benicia (9-5), Los Gatos (13-3), Mt Eden (11-2), Alhambra (12-7). Who is eligible Teams eligible for these rankings come from leagues based predominantly in Alameda, Contra Costa, Santa Clara and San Mateo counties. HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS? WE’VE GOT YOU COVERED For just 12 cents a day for a year, you can have access to all the digital content at mercurynews.com and eastbaytimes.com. You just need to sign up at one of these two links: Mercury News or East Bay Times. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] [dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=bayareapreps” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /]
24 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

The end of the season is approaching and attention is slowly shifting to the transfer window of the summer before the opening in a few months. There will be a variety of clubs active in the transfer market as they want to strengthen their teams for the challenges of next season and seek the services […]

24 Apr 19
Live. Learn. Serve. Sustain.

Written by Brendan Belonizekov, ESLLC 2018-2019 (I took this photo on our fall retreat) In 2018 my fellow Environmental LLCers and I headed towards the school’s cabin in western Colorado on our fall retreat. We filled water bottles, packed snacks and ventured to Mount Evans for the day. I remember when we began the endeavor […]

24 Apr 19
Golf Daily Tips

USC, Stanford, Texas and Duke each earned No. 1 seeds as the NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Committee announced its selections of 72 teams and 24 individuals to participate in the four 2019 NCAA Women’s Regionals, May 6-8. Defending NCAA champion Arizona, which returns four players from last year’s title team (seniors Haley Moore and […]

24 Apr 19
Gerald's Place

The History Of The House Of Rothschild The Rothschilds have been in control of the world for a very long time, their tentacles reaching into many aspects of our daily lives, as is documented in the following timeline. However, before you jump to the timeline, please read this invaluable introduction which will tell you who […]

24 Apr 19
Bob & Deb's Full-time RV-ing Adventure

Leaving Arizona was surprisingly difficult, but we had people to see and places to go in Florida.  Because we wanted to maximize our time in both places, we decided to not do any side trips on our way east this year.  The McDonald Observatory is still on my list for some year …. Driving through […]

24 Apr 19
whotv.com

HAMBURG, Iowa- Residents and businesses in Hamburg are now free to begin cleaning up flood damage. “In Hamburg yesterday the Mayor lifted the evacuation order for the south end of Hamburg allowing for people to go back into their homes and to continue to clean up,” said Mike Crecelius, Fremont County Emergency Manager. “You cannot […]

24 Apr 19

[ad_1] With some of the most expensive real estate in Canada, Vancouver has what may feel like a contradictory phenomenon: college kids living in luxury mansions for as little as $1,000 a month. The Shaughnessy area, which is close to the University of British Columbia and has an average home sales price of $1.8 million […]

24 Apr 19
AFROINSIDER

Manchester City’s German midfielder Leroy Sane (3R) celebrates scoring his team’s second goal during the English Premier League football match between Manchester United and Manchester City at Old Trafford in Manchester, north west England, on April 24, 2019. Oli SCARFF / AFP Manchester City took a huge step towards retaining the Premier League title as […]

24 Apr 19
Toronto Sun

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: nothing beats the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. There’s upsets. There’s hatred. There’s bad calls, unlikely heroes and the kind of MVP-worthy performances that can earn a player a legacy or a unwanted reputation. With the second round about to begin, here’s all that […]

24 Apr 19
WE THE ECOUMENISTS exontes zilon FOR AN OECOUMENIC POLIS

…you take the blue pill–the story ends…you take the red pill…and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes. – Morpheus in The Matrix (BEING CONTINUED FROM  10/03/2018) § 2. Theory and Ritual of Human Sacrifice. The sacrifice of a Saviour-God is a specialisation of the general practice of human sacrifice, which takes many […]

24 Apr 19
Valerie Carsey - Writer & Artist

The Toth family lived in the city of Loll, Where the houses were always clean and the front lawns kind of dull. Martin Toth was a good husband who worked his Monday through Friday of nine to five. Molly Toth was a good wife who stayed home to cook, clean and take care of their […]