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16 Dec 18
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Sklep CoZaButy.pl zarządzany jest z wykorzystaniem firmę rodzinną, która nieustannie od 1948 roku zajmuje się dostarczaniem na rynek butów, spełniających najwyższe oczekiwania Klientów. W tym czasie powstał pierwszy obiekt handlowy stacjonarny na ulicy Półwiejskiej w Poznaniu. W kolejnych latach, dzięki najwyższej klasy asortymentowi podczas gdy tudzież profesjonalnej obsłudze, nasze sklepy zyskały wiara wielu Klientów, co […]

12 Dec 18
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11 Dec 18
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09 Dec 18
Oroville Mercury-Register
The Biggs High School girl’s basketball team beat Modoc 67-41 in the final game of the Portola Tiger Classic. Biggs (7-0) was led by its two senior captains Ciera Van Quick and Megan Collins. Van Quick scored 12 points and in addition to her 11 rebounds while Collins scored 23 points and dished out eight assists while being named the tournament’s MVP. Grace Felkins added 11 points to help the Wolverines in the win. Biggs continues play at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Sutter. St. Ignatius 54, Pleasant Valley 41: Chloe Mayer’s 13 points and All-Tournament selection were not enough as PV (4-5) fell to St. Ignatius at the Roseville Elite Showcase. Sophomore Mariah Harris added seven points for the Vikings. PV continues play at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the Red Bluff Holiday Classic. Durham 40, Valley High School 39 (OT): Durham beat Valley in overtime in the consolation game of the Durham tournament. Karena Bryant led the Trojans with her second straight double-double, recording 12 points and 12 rebounds. With roughly 30 seconds left in the fourth quarter, senior Jenna Parker passed the ball to freshman Delaney Neeley, who scored to tied the game at 34. In overtime, Parker made a 3-pointer to give the Trojans a 38-34 lead. Parker was named to the All-Tournament team for Durham (3-4). Gridley plays at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Colfax. Lincoln 65, Gridley 50: The Bulldogs lost to Lincoln on the final day of the Oroville tournament. Senior Maddyson Tull scored 12 points and grabbed 10 rebounds while being named All-Tournament. Emma Little led Gridley in scoring with 17 points and grabbed eight rebounds and sophomore Kennedy Tull scored seven points and grabbed 12 rebounds. Gridley (6-2) plays at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Willows. Colfax 54, Oroville 41: Oroville lost to Colfax on the final day of the Duard Millet round robin tournament. Payton Brown led Oroville with scoring with nine points, Charlize Truex and Odessa Laster scored eight each and Kaitlin Paul finished with seven points while being named to the All-Tournament team. Oroville (4-4) plays at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Rio Americano in Sacramento. Prep Boys Basketball Pleasant Valley McDonald’s Winter Classic: The Pleasant Valley boy’s basketball team beat Washington of Fremont in the third place game of its own tournament. Treyson Keating finished with 15 points and 11 rebounds while Tyler Otterlei led the Vikings in scoring with 21. Cody Hamilton added 14 points and Colton Whittaker chipped in 10. Keating and Otterlei were named to the All-Tournament team for PV (5-2). Chico High lost to Downey 65-53 in the seventh place game of the PV tournament. Stephen Schaefer led the Panthers in scoring with 12 points, Quentin Thomas scored 10 and Jasten Del Carlo added eight for Chico (2-6). Rincon Valley Christian 53, Willows 52: Despite a four point lead with one minute remaining, Willows lost to Rincon Valley Christian after a late 3-pointer by RVC forced the Honkers to foul, leading to the loss. Colton Geiger scored 10 points and added 18 rebounds and five blocks for Willows, Rosendo Zepeda scored 19 points and Zepeda, Grayson Taylor, Mauricio Franko and Danny Valdez grabbed four rebounds each for the Honkers. Prep Girls Soccer Pleasant Valley at Foothill tournament: Goalkeeper Ashley Friend recorded 13 saves on the day as the Vikings finished in second place in their bracket. The Vikings ended a scoreless tie with Foothill in their first game to advance to the tournament championship. Friend tallied four saves in the tie. In the championship game, PV lost to University Prep 3-0 as Friend made nine saves. PV (2-1-1) will play at River Valley at 7:30 p.m. on Monday. Prep Boys Wrestling Chico at Green and Gold Classic (San Marin High School): Chico wrestling took first place out of 32 teams Saturday. Bobby McCoy finished first in the 182-pound division while securing three pins, Liam Sehorn (120), Rieker Pineda (132), Mere Chavez (138) and Zach Soto (170) placed 2nd, Brayden Aletto (152) third, Xavier Gower (126) fourth, Wyatt Bartsch (195) placed fifth and Kyron Smith (106 pounds) and Jalen Johnson (160) both finished sixth for the Panthers. Chico will next compete Saturday at the Folsom High School Jailbreak Duels. Prep Girls Wrestling Orland at El Dorado Hills tournament: The Trojans finished in fifth place out of 18 teams. Jennifer Soto medaled in the 116-pound division. Nyla Thitphaneth (235) also took first place. Madison Fonseca took second at 131 and Seanna Ross placed third at 111. Oroville will next compete in the Women’s West Coast tournament on Friday in Rocklin.
09 Dec 18
Chico Enterprise-Record
The Biggs High School girl’s basketball team beat Modoc 67-41 in the final game of the Portola Tiger Classic. Biggs (7-0) was led by its two senior captains Ciera Van Quick and Megan Collins. Van Quick scored 12 points and in addition to her 11 rebounds while Collins scored 23 points and dished out eight assists while being named the tournament’s MVP. Grace Felkins added 11 points to help the Wolverines in the win. Biggs continues play at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Sutter. St. Ignatius 54, Pleasant Valley 41: Chloe Mayer’s 13 points and All-Tournament selection were not enough as PV (4-5) fell to St. Ignatius at the Roseville Elite Showcase. Sophomore Mariah Harris added seven points for the Vikings. PV continues play at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the Red Bluff Holiday Classic. Durham 40, Valley High School 39 (OT): Durham beat Valley in overtime in the consolation game of the Durham tournament. Karena Bryant led the Trojans with her second straight double-double, recording 12 points and 12 rebounds. With roughly 30 seconds left in the fourth quarter, senior Jenna Parker passed the ball to freshman Delaney Neeley, who scored to tied the game at 34. In overtime, Parker made a 3-pointer to give the Trojans a 38-34 lead. Parker was named to the All-Tournament team for Durham (3-4). Gridley plays at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Colfax. Lincoln 65, Gridley 50: The Bulldogs lost to Lincoln on the final day of the Oroville tournament. Senior Maddyson Tull scored 12 points and grabbed 10 rebounds while being named All-Tournament. Emma Little led Gridley in scoring with 17 points and grabbed eight rebounds and sophomore Kennedy Tull scored seven points and grabbed 12 rebounds. Gridley (6-2) plays at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Willows. Colfax 54, Oroville 41: Oroville lost to Colfax on the final day of the Duard Millet round robin tournament. Payton Brown led Oroville with scoring with nine points, Charlize Truex and Odessa Laster scored eight each and Kaitlin Paul finished with seven points while being named to the All-Tournament team. Oroville (4-4) plays at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Rio Americano in Sacramento. Prep Boys Basketball Pleasant Valley McDonald’s Winter Classic: The Pleasant Valley boy’s basketball team beat Washington of Fremont in the third place game of its own tournament. Treyson Keating finished with 15 points and 11 rebounds while Tyler Otterlei led the Vikings in scoring with 21. Cody Hamilton added 14 points and Colton Whittaker chipped in 10. Keating and Otterlei were named to the All-Tournament team for PV (5-2). Chico High lost to Downey 65-53 in the seventh place game of the PV tournament. Stephen Schaefer led the Panthers in scoring with 12 points, Quentin Thomas scored 10 and Jasten Del Carlo added eight for Chico (2-6). Rincon Valley Christian 53, Willows 52: Despite a four point lead with one minute remaining, Willows lost to Rincon Valley Christian after a late 3-pointer by RVC forced the Honkers to foul, leading to the loss. Colton Geiger scored 10 points and added 18 rebounds and five blocks for Willows, Rosendo Zepeda scored 19 points and Zepeda, Grayson Taylor, Mauricio Franko and Danny Valdez grabbed four rebounds each for the Honkers. Prep Girls Soccer Pleasant Valley at Foothill tournament: Goalkeeper Ashley Friend recorded 13 saves on the day as the Vikings finished in second place in their bracket. The Vikings ended a scoreless tie with Foothill in their first game to advance to the tournament championship. Friend tallied four saves in the tie. In the championship game, PV lost to University Prep 3-0 as Friend made nine saves. PV (2-1-1) will play at River Valley at 7:30 p.m. on Monday. Prep Boys Wrestling Chico at Green and Gold Classic (San Marin High School): Chico wrestling took first place out of 32 teams Saturday. Bobby McCoy finished first in the 182-pound division while securing three pins, Liam Sehorn (120), Rieker Pineda (132), Mere Chavez (138) and Zach Soto (170) placed 2nd, Brayden Aletto (152) third, Xavier Gower (126) fourth, Wyatt Bartsch (195) placed fifth and Kyron Smith (106 pounds) and Jalen Johnson (160) both finished sixth for the Panthers. Chico will next compete Saturday at the Folsom High School Jailbreak Duels. Prep Girls Wrestling Orland at El Dorado Hills tournament: The Trojans finished in fifth place out of 18 teams. Jennifer Soto medaled in the 116-pound division. Nyla Thitphaneth (235) also took first place. Madison Fonseca took second at 131 and Seanna Ross placed third at 111. Oroville will next compete in the Women’s West Coast tournament on Friday in Rocklin.
03 Dec 18
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03 Dec 18
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03 Dec 18
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01 Dec 18
Oroville Mercury-Register
The Corning High boys basketball team beat Central Valley 63-57 in overtime at the Herb Jergentz Tournament. The Cardinals and Central Valley were tied at 54-54 at the end of four quarters, before Corning outscored the Falcons 9-3 in the overtime period. Mikey Rodriguez led with 32 points and buried a game-tying 3-pointer at the buzzer to send the game into overtime. During overtime, Rodriguez hit a 3-ball as the shot clock expired to seal the win for Corning. Bryce Armstrong chipped in 14 points for the Cardinals (2-1). Corning faces Rancho Cotate at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the Durham tournament. Also in the Herb Jergentz Tournament, Gridley beat host Durham 72-37. Grant Tull led Gridley in scoring with 22 points to help Gridley beat Durham at the Herb Jergentz Tournament in Durham. Javier Rodriguez scored 11 points for the Bulldogs while Cameron Erickson added nine. Durham (1-2) continues play at the Herb Jergentz Tournament at 3 p.m. Saturday against Central Valley. Chico 66, Novato 52: Chico lost 66-52 to host Novato in the Novato Tournament. The Panthers fell behind 36-20 at halftime and were never able to recover. Quentin Thomas led Chico with 14 points, six rebounds and four steals, Michael Syn scored 12 points and Gabriele Ravenna scored seven points and grabbed eight rebounds for Chico (2-2). The Panthers play at 5:30 p.m. Saturday against Sonoma Valley in the third place game of the Novato Tournament. Pleasant Valley 77,  Tulare 46: The Vikings beat Tulare 77-46 in the Clovis North Tournament in Clovis, Fresno County. Trey Keating led PV in scoring with 16 points and added 10 rebounds, Aaron Gomez scored 13 and Tyler Otterlei and Daniel Montoya scored 10 apiece. PV (1-1) plays at 2:30 p.m. Saturday against Newark Memorial. Orland 55, Live Oak 40:  Christian Medina led Orland in scoring with 12 points, adding seven rebounds and six steals. Jonny Moreno scored six points for Orland in addition to nine rebounds, four steals and four assists while Danny Diaz chipped in 10 points. Orland (1-3, 1-0 Butte View League) plays at 8 p.m. Tuesday at Willows. CORE Butte 66, Princeton 52: CORE Butte used a strong second half to beat Princeton in the Los Molinos Tournament. Matthew Gawthrop finished with 20 points, 10 rebounds, four assists and five steals and was named to the All-Tournament team. Will Doornbos scored 17 points and added five rebounds. Marcos Meza finished with 12 points and four steals in the win. Prep Girls Basketball Gridley 56, Chico 44: Gridley’s senior and team captain Maddyson Tull led the Bulldogs with 28 points and 11 rebounds en route to the win over Chico in the semifinals of the Lady Bulldogs Holiday Classic (held at Sutter High School). Kennedy Tull, a sophomore, added 21 points for Gridley including three 3-pointers. For Chico (3-1), Savannah Wahl led in scoring with 10 points while Nahkia Clements and Adair Hotmer added seven points each. Willows (3-0) plays at 8:30 p.m. Saturday against Willows for the Gridley Tour Nevada Union 45, Pleasant Valley 42: Sophomore Mariah Harris led PV in scoring with 10 points in the loss at the Davis Tournament. The Vikings got within one point of Nevada Union, however a missed shot and a turnover forced PV to foul late in the game. Kelsey Zelenski scored nine while Shaley Vieg and Chloe Mayer scored seven points each. PV (2-3) plays at 9 a.m. Saturday against Shasta at the Davis Tournament. Durham 45, Lindhurst 14: Durham beat Lindhurst 45-14 at the Colusa Tournament. Karena Bryant and Allison Smith scored 10 points each for Durham while Smith added eight rebounds. Melody Elwood chipped in five points and seven rebounds in the win for Durham (1-1). The Trojans continue play at the Colusa Tournament at 4:30 p.m. Saturday against Woodland Christian. Biggs 50, Hamilton City 23: Biggs beat Hamilton in the semifinal of the Biggs Tournament thanks to its strong defense. Emonye Jones scored 15 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for the Wolverines. Megan Collins scored 14 points and added seven assists and five steals. Grace Felkins scored eight points and had five steals while Ciera Van Quick had four blocks in addition to her eight points. Sophia Alvarado led the Braves in scoring with eight points while Morgan Avrit added seven points. Biggs (3-0) plays Portola at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the final of the Biggs Tournament. Prep Girls Soccer Chico at Nevada Union Tournament: Chico beat Yuba City 7-2 before falling to Placer 1-0. Alyssa Bloxham, Riley Freeman and freshman Priscilla Ward each scored once for the Panthers in the win over Yuba City while Karina Diaz and Flo Salcedo scored two goals each. Diaz also added an assist. Chico captain Devon Spina and Auriel Kepler had two assists each while Isabella Aboizid had one. Nicole Lockard made three saves in net for the Panthers while Addie Heithecker had four saves against Yuba City and two in the loss to Placer. Chico (1-1) continues play at the Nevada Union Tournament at 1:40 p.m. Saturday against Colfax. Prep Boys Wrestling Chico at Ponderosa Duals: Chico beat Casa Robles 42-26 in the third place match of the Pondersosa Duals. Ben Allen and Rieker Pineda went undefeated in the third place match for the Panthers.
01 Dec 18
Chico Enterprise-Record
The Corning High boys basketball team beat Central Valley 63-57 in overtime at the Herb Jergentz Tournament. The Cardinals and Central Valley were tied at 54-54 at the end of four quarters, before Corning outscored the Falcons 9-3 in the overtime period. Mikey Rodriguez led with 32 points and buried a game-tying 3-pointer at the buzzer to send the game into overtime. During overtime, Rodriguez hit a 3-ball as the shot clock expired to seal the win for Corning. Bryce Armstrong chipped in 14 points for the Cardinals (2-1). Corning faces Rancho Cotate at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the Durham tournament. Also in the Herb Jergentz Tournament, Gridley beat host Durham 72-37. Grant Tull led Gridley in scoring with 22 points to help Gridley beat Durham at the Herb Jergentz Tournament in Durham. Javier Rodriguez scored 11 points for the Bulldogs while Cameron Erickson added nine. Durham (1-2) continues play at the Herb Jergentz Tournament at 3 p.m. Saturday against Central Valley. Chico 66, Novato 52: Chico lost 66-52 to host Novato in the Novato Tournament. The Panthers fell behind 36-20 at halftime and were never able to recover. Quentin Thomas led Chico with 14 points, six rebounds and four steals, Michael Syn scored 12 points and Gabriele Ravenna scored seven points and grabbed eight rebounds for Chico (2-2). The Panthers play at 5:30 p.m. Saturday against Sonoma Valley in the third place game of the Novato Tournament. Pleasant Valley 77,  Tulare 46: The Vikings beat Tulare 77-46 in the Clovis North Tournament in Clovis, Fresno County. Trey Keating led PV in scoring with 16 points and added 10 rebounds, Aaron Gomez scored 13 and Tyler Otterlei and Daniel Montoya scored 10 apiece. PV (1-1) plays at 2:30 p.m. Saturday against Newark Memorial. Orland 55, Live Oak 40:  Christian Medina led Orland in scoring with 12 points, adding seven rebounds and six steals. Jonny Moreno scored six points for Orland in addition to nine rebounds, four steals and four assists while Danny Diaz chipped in 10 points. Orland (1-3, 1-0 Butte View League) plays at 8 p.m. Tuesday at Willows. CORE Butte 66, Princeton 52: CORE Butte used a strong second half to beat Princeton in the Los Molinos Tournament. Matthew Gawthrop finished with 20 points, 10 rebounds, four assists and five steals and was named to the All-Tournament team. Will Doornbos scored 17 points and added five rebounds. Marcos Meza finished with 12 points and four steals in the win. Prep Girls Basketball Gridley 56, Chico 44: Gridley’s senior and team captain Maddyson Tull led the Bulldogs with 28 points and 11 rebounds en route to the win over Chico in the semifinals of the Lady Bulldogs Holiday Classic (held at Sutter High School). Kennedy Tull, a sophomore, added 21 points for Gridley including three 3-pointers. For Chico (3-1), Savannah Wahl led in scoring with 10 points while Nahkia Clements and Adair Hotmer added seven points each. Willows (3-0) plays at 8:30 p.m. Saturday against Willows for the Gridley Tour Nevada Union 45, Pleasant Valley 42: Sophomore Mariah Harris led PV in scoring with 10 points in the loss at the Davis Tournament. The Vikings got within one point of Nevada Union, however a missed shot and a turnover forced PV to foul late in the game. Kelsey Zelenski scored nine while Shaley Vieg and Chloe Mayer scored seven points each. PV (2-3) plays at 9 a.m. Saturday against Shasta at the Davis Tournament. Durham 45, Lindhurst 14: Durham beat Lindhurst 45-14 at the Colusa Tournament. Karena Bryant and Allison Smith scored 10 points each for Durham while Smith added eight rebounds. Melody Elwood chipped in five points and seven rebounds in the win for Durham (1-1). The Trojans continue play at the Colusa Tournament at 4:30 p.m. Saturday against Woodland Christian. Biggs 50, Hamilton City 23: Biggs beat Hamilton in the semifinal of the Biggs Tournament thanks to its strong defense. Emonye Jones scored 15 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for the Wolverines. Megan Collins scored 14 points and added seven assists and five steals. Grace Felkins scored eight points and had five steals while Ciera Van Quick had four blocks in addition to her eight points. Sophia Alvarado led the Braves in scoring with eight points while Morgan Avrit added seven points. Biggs (3-0) plays Portola at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the final of the Biggs Tournament. Prep Girls Soccer Chico at Nevada Union Tournament: Chico beat Yuba City 7-2 before falling to Placer 1-0. Alyssa Bloxham, Riley Freeman and freshman Priscilla Ward each scored once for the Panthers in the win over Yuba City while Karina Diaz and Flo Salcedo scored two goals each. Diaz also added an assist. Chico captain Devon Spina and Auriel Kepler had two assists each while Isabella Aboizid had one. Nicole Lockard made three saves in net for the Panthers while Addie Heithecker had four saves against Yuba City and two in the loss to Placer. Chico (1-1) continues play at the Nevada Union Tournament at 1:40 p.m. Saturday against Colfax. Prep Boys Wrestling Chico at Ponderosa Duals: Chico beat Casa Robles 42-26 in the third place match of the Pondersosa Duals. Ben Allen and Rieker Pineda went undefeated in the third place match for the Panthers.
30 Nov 18
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29 Nov 18
Oroville Mercury-Register
The Chico High boys wrestling team defeated Corning 52-30 in a home dual meet Wednesday. Beginning at 195 pounds, Corning won three of the first four matches with Nick Biaggi, Dillon Bailey and Carson Feliciano registering pins for the Cardinals, while Ben Allen at 285 pounds won by fall in 1 minute, 12 seconds to give Chico its first six points. Trailing 18-6, the Panthers rolled off seven wins in a row, beginning with a win by forfeit at 113 pounds. From there, Liam Sehorn won by fall at 120, Xavier Gower won by technical fall at 126, Rieker Pineda won by technical fall at 132. Three more Chico wrestlers followed with pins, including Alex Rudkin (138), Mere Chavez (145), and Jake Stemple (152). At 170, Zach Soto also recorded a pin for the Panthers. At 160, Chase Aulabuagh halted Chico’s streak with a win by fall in 5:44. The Panthers will travel to Shingle Springs to face Ponderosa on Friday, while the Cardinals host the Corning Tournament on Saturday. Prep Boys Basketball Pierce 55, Orland 33: The Trojans suffered a loss to the host team at the Pierce Tournament in Arbuckle. After Pierce’s Daniel Medina increased his team’s lead to 25-14 midway through the second quarter, Orland trailed by double digits for the remainder of the game. Daniel Medina led all scorers with 18 points, and Christian Medina had a team-high 10 points for Orland. The Trojans (0-2) will continue the tournament Thursday against Oroville at 5 p.m. Biggs 59, CORE Butte 32: At the Los Molinos Tournament, the Wolverines (1-1) outscored CORE Butte (0-1) 23-5 in the fourth quarter to earn their first win of the season. Prep Girls Soccer Esparto 2, Willows 0: Willows opened the season with a loss at home. The Honkers (0-1) host Durham at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
29 Nov 18
Chico Enterprise-Record
The Chico High boys wrestling team defeated Corning 52-30 in a home dual meet Wednesday. Beginning at 195 pounds, Corning won three of the first four matches with Nick Biaggi, Dillon Bailey and Carson Feliciano registering pins for the Cardinals, while Ben Allen at 285 pounds won by fall in 1 minute, 12 seconds to give Chico its first six points. Trailing 18-6, the Panthers rolled off seven wins in a row, beginning with a win by forfeit at 113 pounds. From there, Liam Sehorn won by fall at 120, Xavier Gower won by technical fall at 126, Rieker Pineda won by technical fall at 132. Three more Chico wrestlers followed with pins, including Alex Rudkin (138), Mere Chavez (145), and Jake Stemple (152). At 170, Zach Soto also recorded a pin for the Panthers. At 160, Chase Aulabuagh halted Chico’s streak with a win by fall in 5:44. The Panthers will travel to Shingle Springs to face Ponderosa on Friday, while the Cardinals host the Corning Tournament on Saturday. Prep Boys Basketball Pierce 55, Orland 33: The Trojans suffered a loss to the host team at the Pierce Tournament in Arbuckle. After Pierce’s Daniel Medina increased his team’s lead to 25-14 midway through the second quarter, Orland trailed by double digits for the remainder of the game. Daniel Medina led all scorers with 18 points, and Christian Medina had a team-high 10 points for Orland. The Trojans (0-2) will continue the tournament Thursday against Oroville at 5 p.m. Biggs 59, CORE Butte 32: At the Los Molinos Tournament, the Wolverines (1-1) outscored CORE Butte (0-1) 23-5 in the fourth quarter to earn their first win of the season. Prep Girls Soccer Esparto 2, Willows 0: Willows opened the season with a loss at home. The Honkers (0-1) host Durham at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
28 Nov 18
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Is Noncompliance ever okay in Childhood? Vanessa Van Massenhoven Within every family, there will be conflicts in the relationships between family members regardless of the parent’s skill level (Brooks, 2013). Sometimes, the child chooses not to behave the way the guardian is asking them too resulting disciplinary actions, or may be none at all. How common […]