Title Nine

26 Jun 19
Audu's blog

Australia captain Aaron Finch hit a hundred before left-arm quicks Jason Behrendorff and Mitchell Starc shared nine wickets as the reigning champions thumped England by 64 runs at Lord’s on Tuesday to book their place in the semi-finals of the World Cup 2019. Finch made exactly 100 in a total of 285/7 before England slumped […]

26 Jun 19
Yirah Group

When Evgeny Bakhmutsky’s grandfather baptized him, the older man cried—but not just happy tears. “He was crying because he knew I might be arrested the next day,” Bakhmutsky said. “And he was crying because he knew Christianity is a road to suffering and pain and likely death.” Peter Bakhmutsky wasn’t being overly dramatic. In 1945, […]

26 Jun 19
Sport Archives

BOSTON – While he was preparing to leave the visitors' clubhouse in Fenway Park about 30 minutes after the Toronto Blue Jays earned a series victory over the Boston Red Sox, Lourdes Gurriel Jr. wrapped a blue-and-silver wrestling belt around his right shoulder. He walked to the team bus and passed the Sunday starter, Marcus […]

26 Jun 19
Newsy Today

The Athletic Association of Villeurbanne Eve Lyon (Asvel) crowned champion of France on Tuesday night at the expense of Monaco (66-55) after a final in the best of 5 heats suffocating: it is the return to the forefront of the biggest club of French basketball. Owned since 2014 by Tony Parker, Asvel won its 19th […]

26 Jun 19
Football News And Cup Today | Cup News

[ad_1] Adrien Rabiot is one of several high-profile free agents available this summer (Image: GETTY) There are several high-profile players nearing the ends of their contracts this summer, with Premier League clubs and their European rivals circling around looking for a bargain. A number of big names have already decided on their latest moves, with […]

26 Jun 19
Sport Archives

The Athletic Association of Villeurbanne Eve Lyon (Asvel) crowned champion of France on Tuesday night at the expense of Monaco (66-55) after a final in the best of 5 heats suffocating: it is the return to the forefront of the biggest club of French basketball. Owned since 2014 by Tony Parker, Asvel won its 19th […]

26 Jun 19
Chatting Chi

I was hoping to blog throughout the school year, but that didn’t happen. Time went by unbelievably past, I kept brushing it under the rug, and before I knew it, first year was complete. Over the summer I will try to document the major highs and lows I experienced.  I have worked harder and have […]

26 Jun 19
Along the Graybeard Trail

I Kings 19:1-15a Galatians 3:23-29 No Human Is Illegal 23 June 2019 First Presbyterian Church of Whitestone The Rev. W. Mark Koenig If you are like me, you may need some context to understand what is happening in our passage from I Kings. It is story about politics and faith that comes as a part […]

26 Jun 19
Arcynewsy

Wakeboard world champion Dominik Gührs wants to make it better on his mash appearance than in 2017 and 2018 – and looks forward to the premiere of the women. It looks pretty fast as Dominik Gührs in the video circumnavigates the floating markets of Bangkok, jumps his wakeboard on longtail boats full of fruit and […]

26 Jun 19
Anime Herald

On June 24, Crunchyroll announced that they will publish a new mobile game based on the RWBY franchise. The game, titled RWBY: Crystal Quest, is slated to launch under the Crunchyroll Games label in late Summer 2019. Crunchyroll opened an official website for the game, which includes information on pre-registration. The title will be a […]

26 Jun 19
Arcynewsy

Everyone loves the crew at Dunder Mifflin. though The Office we have been able to re-watch more than six years ago, and we have been able to rewatch (and introduce new viewers to) the beloved sitcom over and over and over again thanks to Netflix But that's not going to be the case for long. […]

26 Jun 19
Archy news nety

Everyone loves the Dunder Mifflin crew. Though L & # 39; Office more than six years ago, fans were able to re-equip (and introduce new viewers) the beloved sitcom again and again and again thanks to Netflix, which currently has all nine seasons available for international streaming. But it won't be that long. Here because […]

26 Jun 19
ProBasketballTalk

Raptors President Masai Ujiri is confident Kawhi Leonard and the rest of Toronto’s core will reunite next season in a bid for another title.

26 Jun 19
Redwood Times
The 2018-19 baseball and softball Humboldt-Del Norte League All-County selections are in and with them, one last chance to salute the student-athletes who put together memorable seasons. The Big 5 Conference saw all four of its MVP nods go to McKinleyville High while St. Bernard’s landed three of the four Little 4 Conference MVP winners. Baseball — Big 5 MVPs 2019 saw the McKinleyville High baseball team win its first Big 5 title since 1996 and the shutdown pitching of Cameron Saso combined with the power-hitting of Dustin Ireland were two of the biggest reasons why — making both clear choices for Big 5 Co-Most Valuable Player honors. Saso started nine games in 2019 and earned the win in eight of them. The incoming senior finished his year with a 1.17 ERA and 75 strikeouts over 59.2 innings pitched. Ireland, a senior last season, led the Big 5 in batting average (0.468), hits (37) and RBIs (30). McKinleyville’s Corbin Eichin, Lance Lally and Kyler Carr each were named to the Big 5 All-Conference team. Softball — Big 5 MVPs 2019 was a truly historic season for McKinleyville High softball. The Panthers finished the season with a Big 5 title, as Charles Lakin H-DNL Tournament winners and as North Coast Section D-IV champions — its first NCS title since 1988. The team also won a program-record 23 games last season. Panthers’ pitcher McKenzie Gonsalves and position player Olivia Alves garnered Co-MVP awards — clear cut choices off of what was perhaps the best Panthers team, ever. Gonsalves, the starter and winner in the majority of McKinleyville’s games in 2019, closed out her high school career with a complete-game four-hitter in an 11-1 win over St. Patrick St. Vincent in the NCS D-IV title games. Alves, McKinleyville’s catcher and likewise a senior last season, had two hits and a run scored in the win over SPSV. Jaycee Morais, Lexi White and Grace Rosebrook all made the Big 5 All-Conference team. Baseball — Little 4 MVPs If Caleb Ruiz started the game or entered it in 2019, you could count on two handfuls of strikeouts. The lone senior on the St. Bernard’s baseball team recorded 127 strikeouts in 62 innings pitcher — an average of just over two strikeouts per inning. That gaudy stat line line combined with his 0.90 ERA made the soon-to-be College of the Redwoods player a shoe-in for Little 4 MVP honors. Caleb Ruiz, pitcher for St. Bernard’s, was named the Little 4 Conference Co-MVP along with teammate Hunter Davis. (Jose Quezada — For the Times-Standard) “Caleb’s just a competitor,” St. Bernard’s head coach Matt Tomlin said. “His fastball touches 88 miles per hour and he has a really sharp breaking ball. His development from his freshman to senior season was more than you’ve seen out of a pitcher in a long time; his improvement was amazing.” Hunter Davis, a true captain of the defense at catcher and one of the Crusaders’ most lethal hitters, earned the other half of the conference’s Co-MVP award. Davis had 27 hits, 16 RBIs and three home runs in 2019. Davis struck out just five times compared to 19 walks during what was a 17-10 year for St. Bernard’s. “Hunter does a great job behind the plate for us,” Tomlin said. “And at the plate he’s a smart hitter and patient. He had a special year and was a must for our team.” Bode Joyner, Lane Thrap and Cole Petrusha  earned the Crusaders’ additional Little 4 All-Conference selections. Softball — Little 4 MVPs The lone conference to not issue both of its MVP awards to one team, Little 4 softball acknowledged Hoopa’s standout freshman pitcher Savannah Ray Colegrove and St. Bernard’s senior Ally Del Grande as Co-MVPs. Colegrove led Hoopa to a NCS D-V championship, capping off her inaugural season with the Warriors with a complete-game four-hitter in a 4-3 upset road-win over the tournament’s No. 1 seed, St. Vincent de Paul. Del Grande was the biggest arm and the biggest bat for St. Bernard’s last season, starting all 20 of the Crusaders’ games at pitcher and consistently leading the team offensively in hits and RBIs on a day-in, day-out basis. Hoopa’s Savannah Ray Colegrove, Nas Hunsucker, Alexia Jackson and Daisy Tracy each earned Little 4 All-Conference nods, as did two other St. Bernard’s players, Emma Wilson and Calissa Stokesberry. Baseball — All-Conference Big 5 The NCS D-IV champion Arcata High baseball team named two players to the Big 5 All-Conference team, Merick Sears and Jaden Gorge. Sears, Arcata’s No. 1 option at pitcher, proved nearly impossible to hit on most outings in 2019 including in the NCS title game when the incoming senior delivered a complete-game, four-hit shutout in a 3-0 win over McKinleyville. Gorge, a four-year player for Arcata, was, according to his head coach Troy Ghisetti, the “ultimate quiet leader,” and a young man who “brought it everyday, practice or games, it doesn’t matter for Jaden he’s going to show up and work hard.” The Charles Lakin Tournament champions, Eureka High, had three players — Keenan Morris, David Vagle and Hayden Bode — named to the All-Big 5 team. Fortuna’s Sheaden Kadle and Del Norte’s Kaden Ritter each also made the All-Conference squad. Softball — All-Conference Big 5 Arcata High’s softball team enjoyed its first winning season in a decade and two Tigers, Kori McCracken and Maria Morehouse, earned Big 5 All-Conference team spots for it. Eureka High, runners-up in the Big 5, named Karyn Jensen, Alexa Morehouse and Sadie Hampton to the All-Conference team while Fortuna’s Paige Johnson and Del Norte’s Laycee Coopman each earned the honor as well. Baseball — All-Conference Little 4 The D-VI runners up, South Fork, named three players to the Little 4 All-Conference team — C.J. Van Meter, Cooper Scott and Cody Wyatt. Ferndale’s Landon Gomes and Austin Hughes each made the All-Conference list as well, as did Hoopa’s Daniel Minton and Kagan Renteria. Softball — All-Conference Little 4 The back-to-back D-VI champion South Fork softball team named sisters Jasmine and Joslin Todd to the Little 4 All-Conference team while Ferndale chose MacKenzie Renner for its lone selection. Honorable Mentions — McKinleyville baseball Regan Wolfe, Isaac Puzz, Chase Fisher and Jake Reeser Honorable Mentions — Eureka baseball Brady Munson, Kalebh Hill, Isaak Gutierrez, Jackson Giacone and Zac Anderson Honorable Mentions — Arcata baseball Vincent Agliolo, Alex Gorge, Mason Trapkus, Damien Sheldon, Xavier Finegan and Asher Meadows Honorable Mentions — Fortuna baseball Garrett Aust, Gabe Sandberg, Branson Gans, Caleb Crawley and Dylan McNeill Honorable Mentions — Del Norte baseball Sebastian Puente, Ayden Schultz, OJ Calleja and Justin Goudelock Honorable Mentions — McKinleyville softball Jada Bailey and McKenna Turner Honorable Mentions — Eureka softball Sadie Wilkinson, Raime Young, Makaila Napoleon and McKenna Beach Honorable Mentions — Arcata softball Lola Renteria, Bella Vulz-Broughton, Makeyla Bernald, and McKaynea Solia Honorable Mentions — Fortuna softball Morgan Murray, Renee Metz and Olivia Sanchez Honorable Mentions — Del Norte softball Kaleya Sanchez, Shelby Horner, Jamiesha Jordan, Madeline Burchell, Mckenzie Fernandez, Kaia Langlois and Josephine Heuberger Honorable Mentions — St. Bernard’s baseball Logan Petrusha, and Nick Dugan Honorable Mentions — Ferndale baseball Shaun Leonardo, Garrett Christiansen and Jenner Christiansen Honorable Mentions — St. Bernard’s softball Rachel Rodrigues and Mackenzie Finck Honorable Mentions — Hoopa softball Beyonce Bussell, Estelle Colegrove, Dawn Latham Vanpelt and Karlee Lewis Honorable Mentions — South Fork softball Regina Solomon and Kylee Savio Honorable Mentions — Ferndale softball Bryleigh Busick, Bri Rimmey, Sydney Smith and Macey Sutherland
26 Jun 19
Times-Standard
The 2018-19 baseball and softball Humboldt-Del Norte League All-County selections are in and with them, one last chance to salute the student-athletes who put together memorable seasons. The Big 5 Conference saw all four of its MVP nods go to McKinleyville High while St. Bernard’s landed three of the four Little 4 Conference MVP winners. Baseball — Big 5 MVPs 2019 saw the McKinleyville High baseball team win its first Big 5 title since 1996 and the shutdown pitching of Cameron Saso combined with the power-hitting of Dustin Ireland were two of the biggest reasons why — making both clear choices for Big 5 Co-Most Valuable Player honors. Saso started nine games in 2019 and earned the win in eight of them. The incoming senior finished his year with a 1.17 ERA and 75 strikeouts over 59.2 innings pitched. Ireland, a senior last season, led the Big 5 in batting average (0.468), hits (37) and RBIs (30). McKinleyville’s Corbin Eichin, Lance Lally and Kyler Carr each were named to the Big 5 All-Conference team. Softball — Big 5 MVPs 2019 was a truly historic season for McKinleyville High softball. The Panthers finished the season with a Big 5 title, as Charles Lakin H-DNL Tournament winners and as North Coast Section D-IV champions — its first NCS title since 1988. The team also won a program-record 23 games last season. Panthers’ pitcher McKenzie Gonsalves and position player Olivia Alves garnered Co-MVP awards — clear cut choices off of what was perhaps the best Panthers team, ever. Gonsalves, the starter and winner in the majority of McKinleyville’s games in 2019, closed out her high school career with a complete-game four-hitter in an 11-1 win over St. Patrick St. Vincent in the NCS D-IV title games. Alves, McKinleyville’s catcher and likewise a senior last season, had two hits and a run scored in the win over SPSV. Jaycee Morais, Lexi White and Grace Rosebrook all made the Big 5 All-Conference team. Baseball — Little 4 MVPs If Caleb Ruiz started the game or entered it in 2019, you could count on two handfuls of strikeouts. The lone senior on the St. Bernard’s baseball team recorded 127 strikeouts in 62 innings pitcher — an average of just over two strikeouts per inning. That gaudy stat line line combined with his 0.90 ERA made the soon-to-be College of the Redwoods player a shoe-in for Little 4 MVP honors. Caleb Ruiz, pitcher for St. Bernard’s, was named the Little 4 Conference Co-MVP along with teammate Hunter Davis. (Jose Quezada — For the Times-Standard) “Caleb’s just a competitor,” St. Bernard’s head coach Matt Tomlin said. “His fastball touches 88 miles per hour and he has a really sharp breaking ball. His development from his freshman to senior season was more than you’ve seen out of a pitcher in a long time; his improvement was amazing.” Hunter Davis, a true captain of the defense at catcher and one of the Crusaders’ most lethal hitters, earned the other half of the conference’s Co-MVP award. Davis had 27 hits, 16 RBIs and three home runs in 2019. Davis struck out just five times compared to 19 walks during what was a 17-10 year for St. Bernard’s. “Hunter does a great job behind the plate for us,” Tomlin said. “And at the plate he’s a smart hitter and patient. He had a special year and was a must for our team.” Bode Joyner, Lane Thrap and Cole Petrusha  earned the Crusaders’ additional Little 4 All-Conference selections. Softball — Little 4 MVPs The lone conference to not issue both of its MVP awards to one team, Little 4 softball acknowledged Hoopa’s standout freshman pitcher Savannah Ray Colegrove and St. Bernard’s senior Ally Del Grande as Co-MVPs. Colegrove led Hoopa to a NCS D-V championship, capping off her inaugural season with the Warriors with a complete-game four-hitter in a 4-3 upset road-win over the tournament’s No. 1 seed, St. Vincent de Paul. Del Grande was the biggest arm and the biggest bat for St. Bernard’s last season, starting all 20 of the Crusaders’ games at pitcher and consistently leading the team offensively in hits and RBIs on a day-in, day-out basis. Hoopa’s Savannah Ray Colegrove, Nas Hunsucker, Alexia Jackson and Daisy Tracy each earned Little 4 All-Conference nods, as did two other St. Bernard’s players, Emma Wilson and Calissa Stokesberry. Baseball — All-Conference Big 5 The NCS D-IV champion Arcata High baseball team named two players to the Big 5 All-Conference team, Merick Sears and Jaden Gorge. Sears, Arcata’s No. 1 option at pitcher, proved nearly impossible to hit on most outings in 2019 including in the NCS title game when the incoming senior delivered a complete-game, four-hit shutout in a 3-0 win over McKinleyville. Gorge, a four-year player for Arcata, was, according to his head coach Troy Ghisetti, the “ultimate quiet leader,” and a young man who “brought it everyday, practice or games, it doesn’t matter for Jaden he’s going to show up and work hard.” The Charles Lakin Tournament champions, Eureka High, had three players — Keenan Morris, David Vagle and Hayden Bode — named to the All-Big 5 team. Fortuna’s Sheaden Kadle and Del Norte’s Kaden Ritter each also made the All-Conference squad. Softball — All-Conference Big 5 Arcata High’s softball team enjoyed its first winning season in a decade and two Tigers, Kori McCracken and Maria Morehouse, earned Big 5 All-Conference team spots for it. Eureka High, runners-up in the Big 5, named Karyn Jensen, Alexa Morehouse and Sadie Hampton to the All-Conference team while Fortuna’s Paige Johnson and Del Norte’s Laycee Coopman each earned the honor as well. Baseball — All-Conference Little 4 The D-VI runners up, South Fork, named three players to the Little 4 All-Conference team — C.J. Van Meter, Cooper Scott and Cody Wyatt. Ferndale’s Landon Gomes and Austin Hughes each made the All-Conference list as well, as did Hoopa’s Daniel Minton and Kagan Renteria. Softball — All-Conference Little 4 The back-to-back D-VI champion South Fork softball team named sisters Jasmine and Joslin Todd to the Little 4 All-Conference team while Ferndale chose MacKenzie Renner for its lone selection. Honorable Mentions — McKinleyville baseball Regan Wolfe, Isaac Puzz, Chase Fisher and Jake Reeser Honorable Mentions — Eureka baseball Brady Munson, Kalebh Hill, Isaak Gutierrez, Jackson Giacone and Zac Anderson Honorable Mentions — Arcata baseball Vincent Agliolo, Alex Gorge, Mason Trapkus, Damien Sheldon, Xavier Finegan and Asher Meadows Honorable Mentions — Fortuna baseball Garrett Aust, Gabe Sandberg, Branson Gans, Caleb Crawley and Dylan McNeill Honorable Mentions — Del Norte baseball Sebastian Puente, Ayden Schultz, OJ Calleja and Justin Goudelock Honorable Mentions — McKinleyville softball Jada Bailey and McKenna Turner Honorable Mentions — Eureka softball Sadie Wilkinson, Raime Young, Makaila Napoleon and McKenna Beach Honorable Mentions — Arcata softball Lola Renteria, Bella Vulz-Broughton, Makeyla Bernald, and McKaynea Solia Honorable Mentions — Fortuna softball Morgan Murray, Renee Metz and Olivia Sanchez Honorable Mentions — Del Norte softball Kaleya Sanchez, Shelby Horner, Jamiesha Jordan, Madeline Burchell, Mckenzie Fernandez, Kaia Langlois and Josephine Heuberger Honorable Mentions — St. Bernard’s baseball Logan Petrusha, and Nick Dugan Honorable Mentions — Ferndale baseball Shaun Leonardo, Garrett Christiansen and Jenner Christiansen Honorable Mentions — St. Bernard’s softball Rachel Rodrigues and Mackenzie Finck Honorable Mentions — Hoopa softball Beyonce Bussell, Estelle Colegrove, Dawn Latham Vanpelt and Karlee Lewis Honorable Mentions — South Fork softball Regina Solomon and Kylee Savio Honorable Mentions — Ferndale softball Bryleigh Busick, Bri Rimmey, Sydney Smith and Macey Sutherland
26 Jun 19
between sound and space: ECM Records and Beyond

Narrante Golfam Khayam guitar Mona Matbou Riahi clarinet Recorded July 2015, Auditorio Stelio Molo RSI, Lugano Engineer: Stefano Amerio Produced by Manfred Eicher and Ramin Sadighi Release date: May 20, 2016 With Narrante, Iranian musicians Golfam Khayam (guitar) and Mona Matbou Riahi (clarinet) make their ECM debut. The Naqsh Duo, as they’re also known, became known to […]

26 Jun 19
Newsy Today

The women's basketball team, a legendary team that has six medals in the last six years, will face the Eurobasket of Latvia and Serbia starting Thursday, where they will defend their title for the third time in history, with a double objective. The priority is the qualification for the Pre-Olympic next February, which will meet […]