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25 May 19
News Archives Uk

Findlay High School will close 362 seniors during the ceremonies today at 10:00 am at the Koehler Center of the University of Findlay. Kreinbrink Templin The class Valedictorian is Madelin Kreinbrink. The Salutator is William Templin. Members of the 2019 class are: Alana Shadae Jean Adams, Ammar Mousa Al Ahmad, Zachary Michael Alic, Anthony Michael […]

25 May 19
FOREVER BLUESHIRTS

The Rangers are looking for a different type of player for building their new core!

25 May 19
Gary Strachan - "Write" Said Fred

A couple of years back, in an attempt to increase the versatility of my work, I set myself a challenge of penning poetry, as an aside to my daily blog. Deliberately quilled in an enigmatic, cryptic and pretentious style, these sonnets provoked the reader into their own challenge of unravelling the meaning of the locutions. […]

25 May 19
Hey, It's Ya Girl.

It’s cruise day, baby!! We got on our cruise ship today after an early wake up call. It was nice to see the water and feel the sea breeze!  This cruise is only about three days long, so we will be getting off the boat on Monday. That’s plenty though, since day four is where […]

25 May 19
Red Bluff Daily News
“The 100 years ago, C. F. Willard closes very useful career” was no relation to our branch of Willards. We were the country folks with sheep, and they were the Red Bluff flour mill. … It is amazing what you find on social media. This was from “You Know You Are From Red Bluff” and  Paul Robertson had posted a photo with: “The ’76 Red Bluff High rodeo team.” Pictured were: Brian Zirkle, Dusty DeBraga, Rick Morris, Don Benton, Susan Robertson Ohm, Les Houghtby, M. Thomas, Peggy Canavan Bidwell. M. Slionys, C. O’Leary, Sharon Yancy, Robin DiDio, Paul Robertson, and Harley Metcalf. Only since 2005 has there been rodeo for the 6-8th grade known as Junior High Division, and the 2019 state finals rodeo was held in Red Bluff, May 16-18 in Pauline Davis Pavilion and Bull Sale Arena since the track and arena were very muddy after 1.4” of rain on the 15th. There was heartache and drama during the short-go finals, when the girl that had been in 1st place in girls breakaway roping long-go, had a no-time and placed 9th. Or the team that was first in team roping had a no time when the heeler missed, and they placed 7th. While in barrel racing, Alissa Erickson of District 5 came into the short-go of barrel racing and had a time of 14.760 to go with 29.578, to win the saddle and buckle. Alexis Molina, Gerber, District 1, had a time of 15.076 to go with 29.439 to place 2nd. Results of Junior High California High School Rodeo Association State Finals, May 16-18, Red Bluff, were: ALL AROUND COWBOY: James Mann, District # 6 Reserve AA: Jason Poole, District  # 6 Rookie AA: Ryan Gorham,  District # 8 ALL AROUND COWGIRL: GracieBeth Sutton, District # 8 Reserve AA: Alissa Erickson, District # 5 Rookie AA: Alexis Molina, Gerber District # 1 .22 LIGHT RIFLE COMPETITION  52 entries Mason Polhemus, Dist # 5 255 pts Walker Klee,  # 2 249 Michael Curto, # 4 246 Seth Javadi, # 7 228 Jordan Church, # 6 217 Hailey Hicks, # 3 203 Ruby Robbins, # 8 202 Cody Montgomery, # 3 201 Makayla Kiser, # 3 195 Tanner Kerr, Red Bluff # 1 185 JUNIOR BULL RIDING 12 entries Lane Vaughan, Klamath Falls, OR  District # 1 197 Franco  Beam, # 2  72/1 Jacob Leith,  # 3  70/1 Sid Harvey, # 4  67/1 Garet Holden, # 5  66/1 Greyson Long, Cottonwood # 1 64/1 Riley Smith, # 7  57/1 JUNIOR BAREBACK STEER RIDING  11 entries Jasper Frost, Grenada # 1 217 Cadin Mauro, # 2 185 Jason Robinson, # 3 130 Sid Harvey, # 5 110/2 Tryan Hurley, # 5 57/1 JUNIOR SADDLE BRONC STEER RIDING  8 entered James Mann, # 6 186 Jason Robinson, # 7 160 William Aviles, # 4 133/2 Franco Beam, # 5 131/2 Cadin Mauro, # 7 124/2 Blake VanStavern, # 3  122/2 Jase Dewey, # 7 62/1 Jason Poole, # 6 61/1 TIE DOWN ROPING  10 entered Jason Poole, # 6  32.64 Newt Machado, # 5 48.67 Ace Dahlem, # 6 50.81 James Johnson, Etna # 1 56.42 Logan Darst, Red Bluff # 1 18.660/1 Hank Bunting, Red Bluff # 1 23.37/1 Jason Robinson, # 7  27.31/1 Wyatt Hammerstrom, # 5 29.61/1 BOYS BREAKAWAY ROPING   45 entered Elijah Green, District # 5 10.68 Parker Jones, # 7 11.50 Ryan Gorham, # 8 12.91 Colton Suther, Palo Cedro # 1 13.15 Brandon Low, # 4 14.42 Mason Polhemus, # 5  14.58 Trace Conard, Corning # 1 15.70 Cody French, # 4 20.87 Jasper Frost, Grenada # 1 25.30 Jared Myers, # 3 30.28 BOYS GOAT TYING  45 entered Colton Suther, Palo Cedro, #1 33.78 Blake VanStavern, # 3 35.31 Ryan Gorham, # 8 37.71 Jacob Leith, # 9 39.05 James Mann, # 6  40.63 Tristan Ashley, # 9 41.89 Jesse Rusinek, # 3  41.89 Zane George, # 5 42.17 Wyatt Rose, # 6 42.28 Jason Poole, # 6  42.37 CHUTE DOGGING  45 entered James Mann, District # 6  8.68 Kohen Nelson, # 4 11.14 William Aviles, # 4 12.15 Logan Darst, Red Bluff # 1 13.72 Jason Poole, # 6 14.50 Lonnie Masopust, # 7 18.03 James Johnson, Etna # 1 19.29 Cody French, # 4 21.52 Elijah Green, # 5 21.97 Jasper Frost, Grenada # 1 22.75 RIBBON ROPING  45 teams entered Newt Machado & Lillee James, # 5 30.16 Tanner Kerr, Red Bluff & Kylyn Watkins, Ukiah, # 1  31.330 Ryan Gorham & GracieBeth Sutton, # 8 35.05 Parker Jones & Haliegh Grant,  #7  37.44 Trace Conard, Corning & Lexi Kanakis, Corning # 1  43.67 Jason Poole & Rylee Summers, # 6 44.57 Hank Bunting, Red Bluff & Paden Cash, Central Point, OR # 1  44.83 William Aviles & Katherin Brewen, # 4 51.21 Wyatt Rose  & Elsa Flynn,  # 6  65.56 Wyatt & Grace Hamerstrom,  # 5  18.62 TEAM ROPING 45 teams entered Brayden & Brody Grashuis,  Dist. # 3 36.37 Zane George & Sid Harvey, # 5  36.57 Dakota McCurley & Mason Polhemus, # 5 37.72 Parker Jones & Shaylee Baxley, # 7 39.76 Alexandra Evans & Blake VanStavern,  # 3 49.06 John Branquinho & Luke Stamper, # 7  57.26 Elijah Green & Chase Helton,  # 5 15.09/2 Makiley Loveless & Cody French, # 4 22.73/2 Kyle Dewey & Jacey Tweedy, # 6 23.57/2 Jase Dewey & Rylee Summers, # 6 38.29/2 GIRLS GOAT TYING 45 entered Gracie Roseberry, Dist. 5 26.43 Grace Perez, # 7 26.69 Kayla Pugliese, # 8 29.83 Allyson Baker,  # 8 30.23 Alexius Jones, # 7 30.95 Ella Bramsen, # 7   31.61 Sage Stadtler, # 5  31.79 Cameron Steagall, # 6 32.69 Alissa Erickson, # 5  32.87 Hailey Ponce, # 5 33.14 POLE BENDING 45 entered Kami-Jo Jorin, District # 9  63.107 Ella Bramsen, # 7  63.773 Brianna Sharp, # 5 64.522 Sage Pearce, # 7 64.667 Sage Stadtler, # 5 65.215 Nicole Donahoo, # 8  65.847 Elli Gomes, Etna # 1 65.890 Makayla Kiser, # 3  66.185 Fallon Arave, # 8  66.245 Devin Kerr, Red Bluff # 1 67.643 BARREL RACING 45 entered Alissa Erickson, District # 5 44.338 Alexis Molina, Gerber # 1 44.515 Rayna Currin, # 3  44.608 Hailey Ponce, # 5 44.625 Lacey Lewis, # 7  44.851 Sage Stadtler, # 5 45.020 Amber McGuire, # 3 45.125 Cameron Steagall, # 6 45.376 Paden Cash, Eagle Point, OR # 1 45.593 Mackenzie Hughes, Cedarville # 1 45.597 GIRLS BREAKAWAY ROPING 45 entered (times not received) GracieBeth Sutton, District # 8 Ruby Robbins,  # 8 Rainy Minton, Witter Creek # 1 Alexandra Evans, # 3 Haliegh Grant, # 7 Shaylee Baxley, # 7 Alissa Erickson, # 5 Kendall Patterson, # 6 Sage Pearce, # 7 Alexius Jones, # 7 Junior High National Finals Rodeo will be held in Huron, South Dakota, June 24 – 30. The top four in each event are eligible to compete at the nationals. Jean Barton has been writing her column in the Daily News since the early 1990s. She can be reached by e-mail at jbarton2013@gmail.com.
25 May 19
Lernerville Speedway

Sarver, PA (May 24, 2019) The sun made an appearance at The Action Track on Friday night and so did the Fab4 Revved up with Marburger as the third points night unfolded in front of a sizable crowd. It was a night that saw intense battles to the checkered flag,  an emotional victory celebration, and […]

25 May 19
News Directory

The last time the St. Louis Blues made by the Boston Bruins. Garden in Boston, Bobby Orr soaring through the aftermath of Game 4. Now, finally, the Blues get their rematch. They play the Bruins in the Stanley Cup Final starting with Game 1 at Boston on Monday (8 pm ET; NBC, CBC, SN, TVAS). […]

25 May 19
Update News Portal

The last time the St. Louis Blues made the Stanley Cup Final was 1970, when they were swept by the Boston Bruins. The ending is frozen in time in famous photos and a bronze statue outside TD Garden in Boston, Bobby Orr soaring through the air after scoring the Cup-clinching goal in overtime of Game […]

25 May 19
The Sports Daily

The most intriguing global auto race of the year takes place on Sunday with the Indianapolis 500. While the Daytona 500 is dominated by American drivers and the Formula One is dominating by Europeans, one could argue that the IndyCar Circuit has a unique worldwide flavor as in the starting grid for Sunday’s race there […]

25 May 19
Las Vegas Review-Journal
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Saved virtually at the bell Friday — the last day for bills not given an exemption to pass in their second legislative house — was Assembly Bill 139, which would raise the age to marry in Nevada to 18. A last-minute amendment adding certain exceptions for 17-year-olds to marry brought the bill to the Senate floor for a vote at the end of a daylong flurry of action in both houses on more than 150 bills. The bill passed the Senate 15-4. Winning its first house passage was Assembly Bill 538, a revenue measure that is key to Gov. Steve Sisolak’s proposed $8.8 billion general fund budget. The bill, which would generate nearly $100 million over the next two years by putting off a scheduled reduction in a business payroll tax, passed the Assembly on a party-line vote, 27-12. Water bill goes down the drain Assembly Bill 30 would have clarified the state engineer’s ability to use monitoring, management and mitigation plans, or so-called 3m plans, a change the state hoped would help stave off the lawsuits that often follow decisions to issue or deny water permits. The water bill faced a tough road from its first hearing in February, with environmentalists, farmers, tribal groups and rural agencies raising concerns about the wide impact the bill could have on senior water rights holders. Despite the breakdown in negotiations that led to the bill’s demise on Friday, stakeholders are planning to work together over the next 18 months to hash out potential water policy changes. “The Nevada Division of Water Resources looks forward to working with stakeholders during the interim to develop modern management tools for the State Engineer to responsibly manage the Nevada’s limited water resources,” Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Director Brad Crowell said in a statement Friday. “As responsible water managers, we must balance the needs of our State’s growing population and expanding economy with the importance of protecting Nevada’s natural ecosystems, while taking into account the increasing impacts of climate change. Nevada’s water resources belong to all Nevadans, and all stakeholders have a shared responsibility to help manage our water resources in the best interests of all Nevadans,” Crowell added. In a joint statement, Kyle Roerink of Great Basin Water Authority and Patrick Donnelly of the Center for Biological Diversity said they were happy with the decision. “We are very pleased that legislators, the governor, and DCNR have tabled this proposal in favor of collaborative discussions going forward. Environmentalists and rural water users look forward to engaging productively with DCNR to ensure a sustainable water future for our state,” the statement said. In other legislative action: The Senate, on a party line vote of 12-8, approved Assembly Bill 132, which bars employers, with some exceptions, from denying employment to someone who tests positive for marijuana use. It contains exceptions for positions such as firefighter, EMT, and certain driving occupations. The bill heads to the governor. The Senate unanimously approved Assembly Bill 161, which restricts common-interest communities, such as condominium developments, from barring owner-occupants from keeping at least one pet, or from passing rules that apply retroactively to restrict the number of pets. The bill heads to the governor. The Senate voted 18-3 for Assembly Bill 50, which requires localities in the state to hold municipal elections on the statewide cycle in even-numbered years starting in 2022. Eight cities – Boulder City, Caliente, Ely, Fallon, Henderson, Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and Yerington — currently hold elections in odd-numbered years. Three Republicans from affected cities voted no. The bill heads to the governor. The Senate, on a 13-8 party line vote, approved a heavily amended Assembly Bill 376. The original measure would have required local law enforcement to report to the Legislature how many people they transferred to federal immigration authorities and what their underlying charges were. The amendment threw out the entire bill, replacing it with a requirement that persons in custody be told the purpose of questions about their immigration status. The amendment means the bill will have to return to the Assembly for concurrence. The Assembly unanimously approved Senate Bill 457, which would require deaths at community-based treatment or dependent care facilities to be reported. This bill comes in response to a critical state audit. Assembly Bill 125, which would overhaul the cash bail system in Nevada, passed the Assembly on a party line, 27-12 vote. Contact Colton Lochhead at clochhead@reviewjournal.com or 775-461-3820. Follow @ColtonLochhead on Twitter. Contact Bill Dentzer at bdentzer@reviewjournal.com or 775-461-0661. Follow @DentzerNews on Twitter.
25 May 19
Daily Bulletin
An employee of California Steel Industries in Fontana was killed in an accident there Tuesday, May 21, the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health said Friday. The employee, whose name was not publicly announced, was a materials handler, Cal/OSHA spokesman Frank Polizzi said. The man was using a work table when he became pinned between a belt and a mandrel, which is a cylindrical object against which material can be shaped. San Bernardino County firefighters were called just before 3:30 a.m. to 14000 San Bernardino Avenue and extricated the man from the machinery within minutes of their arrival, spokesman Eric Sherwin said. He was taken to Arrowhead Regional Medical Center in Colton, where he died Wednesday, Polizzi said. “Cal/OSHA is investigating to correct violations of workplace safety regulations,” Polizzi said. The state agency has the power to fine the company depending on the seriousness and cause of the accident. The company can appeal. California Steel Industries says on its website that it processes steel slab purchased from suppliers. The 450-acre site includes 115 acres in one building. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
25 May 19
Manchester Ink Link

The New Hampshire Fisher Cats’ troubles against the Hartford Yard Goats continued on Friday night, as New Hampshire saw its three-game winning streak dashed with a 4-2 loss to Hartford.

25 May 19
Archy news nety

Team rankingClass AAguys 1.SF Lincoln (80.50)2. Watertown (34)3. Aberdeen Central (25)3. RC Stevens (25)5.Brandon Valley (24)6. Sturgis Brown (22)7.Pierre T.F. Riggs (19)8.Spearfish (14)9. Harrisburg (13)10.Huron (10)10.SF O & # 39; Gorman (10)12. CC controller (9.50)13. Yankton (8)14.Douglas (6)15.SF Washington (5)16.SF Roosevelt (4)17.Mitchell (2)18.Brookings (1) Girls1.SF Roosevelt (51)2. Watertown (41)3.SF O & # 39; Gorman (39)4. […]

25 May 19
Oroville Mercury-Register
With the high school baseball and softball seasons at a close, the All-League selections have been announced. Below are all-league teams, MVPs and coaches of the year as chosen by coaches and staff from their respective leagues. Positions and grades listed when given. The All-Northern Section baseball and softball teams, as voted on by media members, will be announced in the coming weeks. Baseball Eastern Athletic League: Shane Taylor, Chico, IF; Josh Taylor, Chico, IF; Myles Davis, Pleasant Valley, IF, Sr.; Austin Caviness, Pleasant Valley, OF, Sr.; Colin Barber, Pleasant Valley, OF, Sr.; Tyler Egbert, Pleasant Valley, C, Sr.; Connor Pelletier, Pleasant Valley, P, Sr. Honorable Mention: Jake Hamman, Chico, Sr., OF; Griff Fenn, Pleasant Valley, OF, Sr.; Jagger Pico, Pleasant Valley, OF, Sr. Westside League: Carter Felton, Corning; Bryce Armstrong, Corning; Connor Casey, Corning; Mason Whitfield, Las Plumas; Nolan Clark, Las Plumas; Zakk Jensen, Las Plumas; Earl Johnson Jr., Oroville; Troy Moench, Oroville; Trevor Rickson, Paradise. Honorable Mention: Dalton McFall, Corning; Dylan Long, Las Plumas; Trenton Roosevelt, Oroville; Alex Vail, Paradise. MVP: Jake Alexander, Corning. Butte View League: Lance Santerre, Gridley; Triston Platter, Gridley; Dylan Coats, Gridley; Jacob Schermer, Orland; Zach Barker, Orland. Sacramento Valley League: Colton Geiger, Willows; Leslee Dalrymple, Willows; Colby Stilwell, Willows. Mid-Valley League: Daniel Currey, Durham; Quintan Davis, Durham; Nate Locatelli, Durham; Johnny Vogt, Hamilton; Ethan Magana, Hamilton. Honorable Mention: Tyler Jones, Durham; Dylan Passanisi, Hamilton. MVP: Jace Buck, Durham. Co-Coach of the Year: Tony Longueira, Durham. Evergreen League: Elias Cervantes, Princeton. Honorable Mention: Joey Wills, Princeton; Jonathan Silva, Princeton. Mountain Valley League: Bryson Roles, Biggs; Gregg Slusser, Biggs; Kamron Smith, Biggs; Angel Sanchez, Biggs; Camron Jackson, Biggs. MVP: Hunter Roles, Biggs. Coach of the Year: Javier Solis, Biggs. Softball Eastern Athletic League: Bailey Reid, Chico, C, Sr.; Macy Spearman, Chico, CF, Sr.; Nina Pennisi, Chico, LF, Sr.; Marissa Woolsey, Chico, P, Sr.; Joyce Murray, Pleasant Valley, 1B, Jr.; Kendal Southam, Pleasant Valley, CF, Soph. Honorable Mention: Maggie Smith, Chico, 1B/2B, Sr.; Laney Berkowitz, Pleasant Valley, C, Sr. Serina Vue, Pleasant Valley, SS, Frosh. Westside League: Alexis Jeska, Las Plumas; Kaylee Boucher, Las Plumas; Kami Thompson, Las Plumas; Taya LeForce, Las Plumas; Olivia Henderson, Corning; Shannon Jones, Corning; Mayze Menefee, Corning; Kelsi Rice, Paradise; Mackenzie Anderson, Paradise; Amanda Cagnacci, Oroville. Honorable mention: Madi Benedict, Las Plumas; Makenzie Prest, Corning; Riley Brandt, Oroville; Brooke Nonneman, Paradise. MVP: Kylee Potes, Las Plumas. Butte View League: Sydney Paillon, Orland; Hayley Sites, Orland; Annel Ramirez, Orland; Jeslyn Svejda, Orland; Isabella Castillo, Gridley; Isabelle Hernandez, Gridley. Sacramento Valley League: Marissa Peters, Willows; Malachy Millen, Willows; Aliyah Stevenson, Willows; Hanna Parisio, Willows; Audrey Pearson, Willows. MVP: Tayler Berens, Willows. Mid-Valley League: Marisela Trenado, Hamilton; Madison Pankratz, Hamilton; Isabella Olivarez, Hamilton; Georgia Martellero, Durham; Delaney Neely, Durham. Honorable Mention: Sydney Porter, Durham. Coach of the Year: Todd Deitz, Hamilton. Mountain Valley League: Emma Hudson, Biggs; Taryn Barton, Biggs; Ashley Rudd, Biggs; Megan Shelton, Biggs; Natalia Castillo, Biggs. MVP: Megan Collins, Biggs. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Coach of the Year: Michelle Schleef, Biggs
25 May 19
Chico Enterprise-Record
With the high school baseball and softball seasons at a close, the All-League selections have been announced. Below are all-league teams, MVPs and coaches of the year as chosen by coaches and staff from their respective leagues. Positions and grades listed when given. The All-Northern Section baseball and softball teams, as voted on by media members, will be announced in the coming weeks. Baseball Eastern Athletic League: Shane Taylor, Chico, IF; Josh Taylor, Chico, IF; Myles Davis, Pleasant Valley, IF, Sr.; Austin Caviness, Pleasant Valley, OF, Sr.; Colin Barber, Pleasant Valley, OF, Sr.; Tyler Egbert, Pleasant Valley, C, Sr.; Connor Pelletier, Pleasant Valley, P, Sr. Honorable Mention: Jake Hamman, Chico, Sr., OF; Griff Fenn, Pleasant Valley, OF, Sr.; Jagger Pico, Pleasant Valley, OF, Sr. Westside League: Carter Felton, Corning; Bryce Armstrong, Corning; Connor Casey, Corning; Mason Whitfield, Las Plumas; Nolan Clark, Las Plumas; Zakk Jensen, Las Plumas; Earl Johnson Jr., Oroville; Troy Moench, Oroville; Trevor Rickson, Paradise. Honorable Mention: Dalton McFall, Corning; Dylan Long, Las Plumas; Trenton Roosevelt, Oroville; Alex Vail, Paradise. MVP: Jake Alexander, Corning. Butte View League: Lance Santerre, Gridley; Triston Platter, Gridley; Dylan Coats, Gridley; Jacob Schermer, Orland; Zach Barker, Orland. Sacramento Valley League: Colton Geiger, Willows; Leslee Dalrymple, Willows; Colby Stilwell, Willows. Mid-Valley League: Daniel Currey, Durham; Quintan Davis, Durham; Nate Locatelli, Durham; Johnny Vogt, Hamilton; Ethan Magana, Hamilton. Honorable Mention: Tyler Jones, Durham; Dylan Passanisi, Hamilton. MVP: Jace Buck, Durham. Co-Coach of the Year: Tony Longueira, Durham. Evergreen League: Elias Cervantes, Princeton. Honorable Mention: Joey Wills, Princeton; Jonathan Silva, Princeton. Mountain Valley League: Bryson Roles, Biggs; Gregg Slusser, Biggs; Kamron Smith, Biggs; Angel Sanchez, Biggs; Camron Jackson, Biggs. MVP: Hunter Roles, Biggs. Coach of the Year: Javier Solis, Biggs. Softball Eastern Athletic League: Bailey Reid, Chico, C, Sr.; Macy Spearman, Chico, CF, Sr.; Nina Pennisi, Chico, LF, Sr.; Marissa Woolsey, Chico, P, Sr.; Joyce Murray, Pleasant Valley, 1B, Jr.; Kendal Southam, Pleasant Valley, CF, Soph. Honorable Mention: Maggie Smith, Chico, 1B/2B, Sr.; Laney Berkowitz, Pleasant Valley, C, Sr. Serina Vue, Pleasant Valley, SS, Frosh. Westside League: Alexis Jeska, Las Plumas; Kaylee Boucher, Las Plumas; Kami Thompson, Las Plumas; Taya LeForce, Las Plumas; Olivia Henderson, Corning; Shannon Jones, Corning; Mayze Menefee, Corning; Kelsi Rice, Paradise; Mackenzie Anderson, Paradise; Amanda Cagnacci, Oroville. Honorable mention: Madi Benedict, Las Plumas; Makenzie Prest, Corning; Riley Brandt, Oroville; Brooke Nonneman, Paradise. MVP: Kylee Potes, Las Plumas. Butte View League: Sydney Paillon, Orland; Hayley Sites, Orland; Annel Ramirez, Orland; Jeslyn Svejda, Orland; Isabella Castillo, Gridley; Isabelle Hernandez, Gridley. Sacramento Valley League: Marissa Peters, Willows; Malachy Millen, Willows; Aliyah Stevenson, Willows; Hanna Parisio, Willows; Audrey Pearson, Willows. MVP: Tayler Berens, Willows. Mid-Valley League: Marisela Trenado, Hamilton; Madison Pankratz, Hamilton; Isabella Olivarez, Hamilton; Georgia Martellero, Durham; Delaney Neely, Durham. Honorable Mention: Sydney Porter, Durham. Coach of the Year: Todd Deitz, Hamilton. Mountain Valley League: Emma Hudson, Biggs; Taryn Barton, Biggs; Ashley Rudd, Biggs; Megan Shelton, Biggs; Natalia Castillo, Biggs. MVP: Megan Collins, Biggs. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Coach of the Year: Michelle Schleef, Biggs
25 May 19
hetaayu

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. To imitate someone is to pay the person a genuine compliment — often an unintended compliment. – Colton

25 May 19
Update News Portal

NHL.com has identified a potential X-factor and sleeper from the Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues in the Stanley Cup Final for playoff pools and FanDuel DFS contests. For more fantasy hockey coverage, visit NHL.com/Fantasy. X-FACTORS Charlie McAvoy, D, BOS — The Boston Bruins defenseman has seven points (one goal, six assists) in 16 Stanley […]