Tiffany Pollard

15 Mar 19
Branded Sports

Everyone loves some good bracketology this time of year. After finding myself constantly getting asked “what defines a bad bitch?”, I’ve really spent way too much time trying to come up with an answer. I just keep saying that there’s no formal process, I just feel it in my gut (maybe that’s just the sensitivity […]

09 Mar 19
Hollywood Life

Baby Phat is back. Well, it will be, soon and fans of the streetwear women’s brand are thrilled that Kimora Lee Simmons is plotting its return.

06 Mar 19
SCNG
NORCO >> Allison Beecher’s legs have helped the Norco softball team win plenty of games. Tuesday, it was Beecher’s bat that proved the difference. Beecher smacked a double to the wall in right field with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning to bring home Kyleigh Sand and to give the No. 1 nationally-ranked Cougars a 1-0 victory over King in a Big VIII League opener between unbeaten teams. Sand led off the bottom of the seventh inning with a sharp single to center, and Katelyn Olson drew a walk. Hannah Doi popped up a bunt attempt for the first out, which brought Beecher, the Cougars’ No. 9 hitter, to the plate. Norco coach Rick Robinson decided to let Beecher swing instead of bunt. “Our best swings and all of our hits were by lefties today,” Robinson said. “Allison already had one hit, so I liked our chance with her swinging there. Now, did I expect her to hit the ball over the right fielder’s head? Not really. But I thought she could punch it through the infield and get the run home.” King pitcher Amiyah Aponte silenced Norco’s offense for the better part of the afternoon with her combination of rise balls and change-ups. Beecher said she stepped into the box in the seventh inning with a clear game plan. “Lay off the rise, and expect the change,” said Beecher, a junior outfielder committed to Colorado State. “I really struggled with the change-up during Monday’s game (against St. Paul). I went home that night and hit two or three buckets of nothing but changes with my dad.” King (5-1) had brought its outfield in a bit to cut off a runner at the plate. Beecher’s ball sailed over the head of right fielder Tiffany Illif and bounced to the wall. Sand had to freeze initially, but she beat the relay to the plate. Norco (8-0) extended its Big VIII League winning streak to 28 games. Tuesday’s game quickly turned into a pitchers’ duel between top juniors, Norco’s Sarah Willis and Aponte. Willis tossed a two-hitter and struck out 11 batters to pick up her fifth victory and the Cougars’ seventh shutout. Aponte was the hard-luck loser, scattering five hits while striking out nine. King was 60 feet from breaking the scoreless tie in the fourth and seventh innings. Kaila Pollard doubled with one out in the fourth but was stranded at third when Willis registered back-to-back strikeouts. Pollard led off the seventh with a single, but the freshman again was stranded at third base. “I am very proud of how we played today,” King coach Chantal Millard said. “They played hard, kept a positive attitude and kept fighting until the end.” Norco freshman right fielder Abby Dayton had two hits and a stolen base.
06 Mar 19
Press Enterprise
NORCO >> Allison Beecher’s legs have helped the Norco softball team win plenty of games. Tuesday, it was Beecher’s bat that proved the difference. Beecher smacked a double to the wall in right field with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning to bring home Kyleigh Sand and to give the No. 1 nationally-ranked Cougars a 1-0 victory over King in a Big VIII League opener between unbeaten teams. Sand led off the bottom of the seventh inning with a sharp single to center, and Katelyn Olson drew a walk. Hannah Doi popped up a bunt attempt for the first out, which brought Beecher, the Cougars’ No. 9 hitter, to the plate. Norco coach Rick Robinson decided to let Beecher swing instead of bunt. “Our best swings and all of our hits were by lefties today,” Robinson said. “Allison already had one hit, so I liked our chance with her swinging there. Now, did I expect her to hit the ball over the right fielder’s head? Not really. But I thought she could punch it through the infield and get the run home.” King pitcher Amiyah Aponte silenced Norco’s offense for the better part of the afternoon with her combination of rise balls and change-ups. Beecher said she stepped into the box in the seventh inning with a clear game plan. “Lay off the rise, and expect the change,” said Beecher, a junior outfielder committed to Colorado State. “I really struggled with the change-up during Monday’s game (against St. Paul). I went home that night and hit two or three buckets of nothing but changes with my dad.” King (5-1) had brought its outfield in a bit to cut off a runner at the plate. Beecher’s ball sailed over the head of right fielder Tiffany Illif and bounced to the wall. Sand had to freeze initially, but she beat the relay to the plate. Norco (8-0) extended its Big VIII League winning streak to 28 games. Tuesday’s game quickly turned into a pitchers’ duel between top juniors, Norco’s Sarah Willis and Aponte. Willis tossed a two-hitter and struck out 11 batters to pick up her fifth victory and the Cougars’ seventh shutout. Aponte was the hard-luck loser, scattering five hits while striking out nine. King was 60 feet from breaking the scoreless tie in the fourth and seventh innings. Kaila Pollard doubled with one out in the fourth but was stranded at third when Willis registered back-to-back strikeouts. Pollard led off the seventh with a single, but the freshman again was stranded at third base. “I am very proud of how we played today,” King coach Chantal Millard said. “They played hard, kept a positive attitude and kept fighting until the end.” Norco freshman right fielder Abby Dayton had two hits and a stolen base.
06 Mar 19
Redlands Daily Facts
NORCO >> Allison Beecher’s legs have helped the Norco softball team win plenty of games. Tuesday, it was Beecher’s bat that proved the difference. Beecher smacked a double to the wall in right field with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning to bring home Kyleigh Sand and to give the No. 1 nationally-ranked Cougars a 1-0 victory over King in a Big VIII League opener between unbeaten teams. Sand led off the bottom of the seventh inning with a sharp single to center, and Katelyn Olson drew a walk. Hannah Doi popped up a bunt attempt for the first out, which brought Beecher, the Cougars’ No. 9 hitter, to the plate. Norco coach Rick Robinson decided to let Beecher swing instead of bunt. “Our best swings and all of our hits were by lefties today,” Robinson said. “Allison already had one hit, so I liked our chance with her swinging there. Now, did I expect her to hit the ball over the right fielder’s head? Not really. But I thought she could punch it through the infield and get the run home.” King pitcher Amiyah Aponte silenced Norco’s offense for the better part of the afternoon with her combination of rise balls and change-ups. Beecher said she stepped into the box in the seventh inning with a clear game plan. “Lay off the rise, and expect the change,” said Beecher, a junior outfielder committed to Colorado State. “I really struggled with the change-up during Monday’s game (against St. Paul). I went home that night and hit two or three buckets of nothing but changes with my dad.” King (5-1) had brought its outfield in a bit to cut off a runner at the plate. Beecher’s ball sailed over the head of right fielder Tiffany Illif and bounced to the wall. Sand had to freeze initially, but she beat the relay to the plate. Norco (8-0) extended its Big VIII League winning streak to 28 games. Tuesday’s game quickly turned into a pitchers’ duel between top juniors, Norco’s Sarah Willis and Aponte. Willis tossed a two-hitter and struck out 11 batters to pick up her fifth victory and the Cougars’ seventh shutout. Aponte was the hard-luck loser, scattering five hits while striking out nine. King was 60 feet from breaking the scoreless tie in the fourth and seventh innings. Kaila Pollard doubled with one out in the fourth but was stranded at third when Willis registered back-to-back strikeouts. Pollard led off the seventh with a single, but the freshman again was stranded at third base. “I am very proud of how we played today,” King coach Chantal Millard said. “They played hard, kept a positive attitude and kept fighting until the end.” Norco freshman right fielder Abby Dayton had two hits and a stolen base.
04 Mar 19
OZeBuys

Ice Cube and Tracy Morgan are two thieves who haven’t got a prayer in FIRST SUNDAY, a sinfully funny comedy co-starring Katt Williams and Chi McBride. Sentenced to 5,000 hours of community service, Durell Washington’s (Cube) life quickly goes from bad to worse. Realising that the Lord helps those who help themselves, he eventually decides […]

04 Mar 19
Archy news nety

After two seasons of Flavor of love, Tiffany "New York" Pollard, has turned his pain into pop star reality, emerging as indisputable H.B.I.C. with her Flavor of love offshoot, I love New York. Although she failed to win the heart of rapper Flavor Flav twice, in true Black fashion, she turned lemons into lemonade and […]

04 Mar 19
Memes of Our Lives

From her initial fifteen minutes of fame as a result of being featured on VH1’s Flavor of Love, actress and TV personality Tiffany “New York” Pollard has come an extremely long way. Due to her popularity among audiences, Pollard was invited by VH1 to be a part of three spinoffs during the mid-2000s including I […]

01 Mar 19
Heavy.com

RuPaul’s Drag Race premieres season 11. Read on for how to watch the show online via cable-free live streaming.

28 Feb 19
Smart Cat Press

Monét X Change and Trinity The Tuck were anointed the joint champions of All Stars Season 4 just two weeks ago… but it’s already time to dive back into the glitz and glamour of Drag Race. And if the RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 11 guest judges are any…

28 Feb 19
Smart Cat Press

Monét X Change and Trinity The Tuck were anointed the joint champions of All Stars Season 4 just two weeks ago… but it’s already time to dive back into the glitz and glamour of Drag Race. And if the RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 11 guest judges are any…

28 Feb 19
The DINGY💎 DIAMOND

Braxton Family Values Season 6 Trailer

After a tumultuous season 5 that included a family walkout and a season carried by Traci Braxton and her friends Phaedra Parks and Tiffany “New York” Pollard, ALL of the Braxtons are back.

28 Feb 19
The DINGY💎 DIAMOND

Braxton Family Values Season 6 Trailer

After a tumultuous season 5 that included a family walkout and a season carried by Traci Braxton and her friends Phaedra Parks and Tiffany “New York” Pollard, ALL of the Braxtons are back.