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19 Feb 19
South Georgia Matmen

By SHANNON HEATON South Georgia Matmen MACON — There were no individual glories on top of the podium Saturday evening after the 5A state tournament at the Macon Centreplex. What there was to be found were a lot of little individual successes that could, down the road, whether on the mats or in life, pay […]

18 Feb 19
Access Genealogy

A genealogical history of Samuel Luckett, Gent, of Port Tobacco, Charles County, Maryland, and some of his descendants, with a sketch of the allied family of Ofifutt, of Prince Georges County, Maryland.

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14 Feb 19
Daily News
For the past six years the usual suspects — Hart, Valencia and West Ranch — have finished in the top three in the Foothill League in a variety of orders. In 2018, Hart won the league. In 2017, Valencia was the champ. In 2016, West Ranch and Valencia split the crown. The last time another Foothill League team cracked the top three was in 2013 when Canyon finished second. However, 2019 may be different. Hart, Valencia and West Ranch are all good again, but Saugus is the team that could upend the normal order. Here’s a look at the teams in the Foothill League: CANYON Last year: 14-13 overall, 6-9 league; finished fifth in Foothill League Returners: The Cowboys return one of their top hitters from last season, first baseman Cebastian Arriaga. Charles Harrison, last year’s hits leader, also returns and will pitch as well. Left-handed pitcher Jace Root returns, along with Tyler Deyoung (catcher) and Noah Blythe (center field). Newcomers: Sophomore Brandon Whiting will be expected to contribute in the outfield and infield. Josh Ortega, a transfer from Saugus, will be the team’s starting second baseman. Outlook: Canyon will be under the guidance of a new coach, Justin Stark, who graduated from Canyon in 2014. Stark was part of the Canyon team that finished second in 2013. Maybe he can help Canyon repeat that performance, this time from the dugout. GOLDEN VALLEY Last Year: 8-19 overall, 0-15 league; finished last in Foothill League Returners: Golden Valley will be led by a crop of seniors and a couple of transfers who will make an impact, according to second-year head coach Matt Sorenson. Pitcher Bryant Colon, outfielder Dylan Daszek and catcher Nico Marino are all seniors. Junior Chase Hwang is the team’s Swiss army knife who can play any position, pitch and bat in the cleanup spot. Newcomers: Hart transfer Bryson James will be the No. 2 pitcher behind Colon, and Saugus transfer Josh Lee will anchor the defense at shortstop once he finishes his sit-out period. Outlook: The only way to go is up for Golden Valley after it went winless in league last season. The Grizzlies will look to their pitching rotation of seniors Colon, James and Daniel Goodwin to keep them in games. HART Last Year: 20-13 overall, 12-3 league, won Foothill League; reached second round of CIF-SS Division 1 playoffs Returners: Outfielder David Holuby, infielder/pitcher Patrick Arman and outfielder Kendall Thomas return in the field. The pitching staff will be led by returning juniors Ian Sockett and Daniel Parra, followed by senior Arman. Senior outfielder Cooper Austin and junior catcher Jakob Marquez are among the notable returners. Newcomers: Sophomore Ryan Benz will be a starting infielder for coach James Ozella. Benz led the team in at-bats through two games this season. Fellow sophomore Ben Niednagel will be part of the pitching rotation. Outlook: The Indians lost a core of great seniors on last season’s team: pitchers Ryan Carolan and Bryce Collins, along with the team’s top five hitters, including Cole Roederer. However, this season’s seniors had plenty of plate appearances last year. Sockett, Arman and Parra should be the cornerstone of the bullpen this season. SAUGUS Last Year: 12-13-1 overall, 7-8 league, finished fourth in Foothill League Returners: The Centurions are loaded with experience. Among the senior returners are center fielder Nolan Kutcher, shortstop Hewitt Grissom, outfielder/pitcher Brandyn Cruz and first baseman Tony Jacob. Cruz started 10 games on the mound last year, and Jacob is also part of the pitching rotation. Davis Brown is another piece in a deep and experienced bullpen. Newcomers: Catcher Colton Fitzgerald is a sophomore starter for the Centurions after playing on the junior varsity his freshman year. He also can play the infield. Junior infielder Hayden Trowbridge is another call-up from last season’s junior varsity team. Outlook: Saugus could be the team that cracks the top three for the first time since Canyon did it in 2013. The Centurions finished just two games out of third place last season and returns a majority of their team. Saugus lists 15 seniors on its roster. VALENCIA Last Year: 16-17 overall, 9-6 league; finished third in Foothill League; reached second round of CIF-SS Division 1 playoffs Returners: Senior Davis Cop is the bonafide leader of the Vikings. Cop was the starting quarterback on the football team, and he is also the quarterback on the diamond as the team’s catcher. Fellow seniors Kyle Barileau (shortstop), Matt Cotti (first base), and pitcher Cade Erickson anchor a determined group that looks to reclaim the Foothill League title. This team returns key juniors: pitcher Ryan Kysar, who is committed to Arizona, Mitchell Torres and Brock Kleszcz. Newcomers: Third baseman Steven Gonzalez and second baseman Sean Ogrin are both starting after spending last season on the junior varsity. Outlook: Valencia proved in 2018 that it’s never out of a game — or a season. The Vikings earned their way into the Division 1 playoffs by way of a play-in game before taking down No. 1 seed Harvard-Westlake on the road. The Vikings have a great mix of senior leadership and experienced juniors that will help them contend for a league title. WEST RANCH Last Year: 20-10 overall, 11-4 league; finished second in Foothill League; reached first round of CIF-SS Division 1 playoffs Returners: Brothers Ryan and Jovan Camacho are the epitome of athletic. Both were standouts in football and will be competing for Player of the Year honors in the Foothill League this spring. Catcher Nick Perez is the third offensive weapon in the Wildcats’ lineup. On the mound, West Ranch has three great arms in Cade Nicol, Trent Bird and UC Santa Barbara commit JD Callahan. Newcomers: Freshman Luke Gombos is the team’s starting second baseman. Outlook: The Wildcats come into the Foothill League with an experienced team, with plenty of seniors and as the favorites to win the Foothill League, which would be the first title for them since 2016. Coach Casey Burrill is high on his team’s potential, especially with the Camacho brothers making plays on the base paths and in the field. The pitching staff is one of the best in the area. More Daily News preseason baseball coverage –West Valley League
14 Feb 19
SCNG
For the past six years the usual suspects — Hart, Valencia and West Ranch — have finished in the top three in the Foothill League in a variety of orders. In 2018, Hart won the league. In 2017, Valencia was the champ. In 2016, West Ranch and Valencia split the crown. The last time another Foothill League team cracked the top three was in 2013 when Canyon finished second. However, 2019 may be different. Hart, Valencia and West Ranch are all good again, but Saugus is the team that could upend the normal order. Here’s a look at the teams in the Foothill League: CANYON Last year: 14-13 overall, 6-9 league; finished fifth in Foothill League Returners: The Cowboys return one of their top hitters from last season, first baseman Cebastian Arriaga. Charles Harrison, last year’s hits leader, also returns and will pitch as well. Left-handed pitcher Jace Root returns, along with Tyler Deyoung (catcher) and Noah Blythe (center field). Newcomers: Sophomore Brandon Whiting will be expected to contribute in the outfield and infield. Josh Ortega, a transfer from Saugus, will be the team’s starting second baseman. Outlook: Canyon will be under the guidance of a new coach, Justin Stark, who graduated from Canyon in 2014. Stark was part of the Canyon team that finished second in 2013. Maybe he can help Canyon repeat that performance, this time from the dugout. GOLDEN VALLEY Last Year: 8-19 overall, 0-15 league; finished last in Foothill League Returners: Golden Valley will be led by a crop of seniors and a couple of transfers who will make an impact, according to second-year head coach Matt Sorenson. Pitcher Bryant Colon, outfielder Dylan Daszek and catcher Nico Marino are all seniors. Junior Chase Hwang is the team’s Swiss army knife who can play any position, pitch and bat in the cleanup spot. Newcomers: Hart transfer Bryson James will be the No. 2 pitcher behind Colon, and Saugus transfer Josh Lee will anchor the defense at shortstop once he finishes his sit-out period. Outlook: The only way to go is up for Golden Valley after it went winless in league last season. The Grizzlies will look to their pitching rotation of seniors Colon, James and Daniel Goodwin to keep them in games. HART Last Year: 20-13 overall, 12-3 league, won Foothill League; reached second round of CIF-SS Division 1 playoffs Returners: Outfielder David Holuby, infielder/pitcher Patrick Arman and outfielder Kendall Thomas return in the field. The pitching staff will be led by returning juniors Ian Sockett and Daniel Parra, followed by senior Arman. Senior outfielder Cooper Austin and junior catcher Jakob Marquez are among the notable returners. Newcomers: Sophomore Ryan Benz will be a starting infielder for coach James Ozella. Benz led the team in at-bats through two games this season. Fellow sophomore Ben Niednagel will be part of the pitching rotation. Outlook: The Indians lost a core of great seniors on last season’s team: pitchers Ryan Carolan and Bryce Collins, along with the team’s top five hitters, including Cole Roederer. However, this season’s seniors had plenty of plate appearances last year. Sockett, Arman and Parra should be the cornerstone of the bullpen this season. SAUGUS Last Year: 12-13-1 overall, 7-8 league, finished fourth in Foothill League Returners: The Centurions are loaded with experience. Among the senior returners are center fielder Nolan Kutcher, shortstop Hewitt Grissom, outfielder/pitcher Brandyn Cruz and first baseman Tony Jacob. Cruz started 10 games on the mound last year, and Jacob is also part of the pitching rotation. Davis Brown is another piece in a deep and experienced bullpen. Newcomers: Catcher Colton Fitzgerald is a sophomore starter for the Centurions after playing on the junior varsity his freshman year. He also can play the infield. Junior infielder Hayden Trowbridge is another call-up from last season’s junior varsity team. Outlook: Saugus could be the team that cracks the top three for the first time since Canyon did it in 2013. The Centurions finished just two games out of third place last season and returns a majority of their team. Saugus lists 15 seniors on its roster. VALENCIA Last Year: 16-17 overall, 9-6 league; finished third in Foothill League; reached second round of CIF-SS Division 1 playoffs Returners: Senior Davis Cop is the bonafide leader of the Vikings. Cop was the starting quarterback on the football team, and he is also the quarterback on the diamond as the team’s catcher. Fellow seniors Kyle Barileau (shortstop), Matt Cotti (first base), and pitcher Cade Erickson anchor a determined group that looks to reclaim the Foothill League title. This team returns key juniors: pitcher Ryan Kysar, who is committed to Arizona, Mitchell Torres and Brock Kleszcz. Newcomers: Third baseman Steven Gonzalez and second baseman Sean Ogrin are both starting after spending last season on the junior varsity. Outlook: Valencia proved in 2018 that it’s never out of a game — or a season. The Vikings earned their way into the Division 1 playoffs by way of a play-in game before taking down No. 1 seed Harvard-Westlake on the road. The Vikings have a great mix of senior leadership and experienced juniors that will help them contend for a league title. WEST RANCH Last Year: 20-10 overall, 11-4 league; finished second in Foothill League; reached first round of CIF-SS Division 1 playoffs Returners: Brothers Ryan and Jovan Camacho are the epitome of athletic. Both were standouts in football and will be competing for Player of the Year honors in the Foothill League this spring. Catcher Nick Perez is the third offensive weapon in the Wildcats’ lineup. On the mound, West Ranch has three great arms in Cade Nicol, Trent Bird and UC Santa Barbara commit JD Callahan. Newcomers: Freshman Luke Gombos is the team’s starting second baseman. Outlook: The Wildcats come into the Foothill League with an experienced team, with plenty of seniors and as the favorites to win the Foothill League, which would be the first title for them since 2016. Coach Casey Burrill is high on his team’s potential, especially with the Camacho brothers making plays on the base paths and in the field. The pitching staff is one of the best in the area. More Daily News preseason baseball coverage –West Valley League
13 Feb 19
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Top-seeded wrestler Dominique Parrish didn’t have to square off against the No. 2-seeded competitor during the Women’s College Wrestling Association Championships on Saturday at Cobb County Civic Center in Marietta, Georgia. The Scotts Valley High alumna instead faced perhaps an even more difficult challenger in the 123-pound final — teammate Alex Hedrick. Simon Fraser senior Dominique Parrish, a Scotts Valley High alumna, won her second straight title at 123 pounds on Saturday at the WCWA Championships. (Jim Thrall/MatFocus — Courtesy of Simon Fraser Athletics) “It’s a really tough mental match to go through. Alex and I wrestle a lot of the time at practice,” Parrish, a senior at Simon Fraser University, told TheOpenMat.com. “You know your teammates’ moves, and it’s difficult to score on them. It’s difficult to put it out of your mind that it’s a teammate and to go out there and wrestle like you would any other opponent.”[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Nevertheless, Parrish managed to do as much. Despite dealing with a recent shoulder injury, the defending WCWA 123-pound champion went 5-0 and earned her second straight title when she defeated her sophomore teammate by a 7-2 decision. Parrish also was named WCWA Wrestler of the Year. “I’m so excited. It’s amazing to win your last collegiate match,” said Parrish, adding she was “a little sad” of the season coming to an end. “I have other things ahead of me,” she said. The final was the closest of Parrish’s victories. Following a first-round bye, she defeated MacMurray College’s Mia Dow 11-0 and Southern Oregon’s Kirra Saunders 10-0. In the quarterfinals, Parrish topped Eastern Oregon’s Macy Higa 11-0 before turning back Menlo’s Tiana Jackson 12-1 in the semifinals. Parrish also defeated Hedrick in last year’s 123-pound final, earning a 5-4 decision to win her first WCWA title. Parrish placed second as a sophomore and third as a freshman. She finishes as a four-time All-American. “It was a good match. She’s a tough partner in the room, she’s a tough opponent,” Parrish said of Hedrick. “I’m glad with the outcome.” Simon Fraser senior Dominique Parrish, a Scotts Valley High alumna, wraps up MacMurray’s Mia Dow during the WCWA Championships on Friday. Parrish on Saturday went on to win her second straight 123-pound title. (Jim Thrall/MatFocus — Courtesy of Simon Fraser Athletics) Hedrick defeated No. 2 Dajan Treder of the University of Providence by a 10-0 decision in the semifinals. The solid showing at 123s wasn’t enough to lift the Clan to the team title, however. Simon Fraser compiled 195 points and placed runner-up to Menlo (199.5). As for Parrish, she’s in the running for the Patricia Miranda Medal, given annually to one outstanding female college wrestler. The award is expected to be announced in mid-March. Men’s wrestling Bryan Battisto (Harbor), Cal State-Bakersfield, Redshirt Sr.: Defeated Dominic Kincaid, 9-7, at 174 pounds Saturday, as the No. 17 Roadrunners (6-8, 2-1) edged visiting No. 25 Fresno State 18-12 in a nonconference match. Women’s basketball Natalie Diaz (Soquel) Dominican University, Sr.: Starting guard was named Player of the Week on Monday by the Pacific West Conference for a fourth time this season. Diaz recorded a combined 76 points, 32 rebounds, 11 assists, three steals and three blocks across three PacWest games. The Penguins (19-3, 16-2) defeated host Hawai’i Pacific 97-86 on Feb. 6, beat host Chaminade 71-57 on Friday and topped host Hawai’i Hilo 76-60 on Sunday. Diaz exceeded 30 points for the ninth time this season when she deposited 33 against Hawai’i Hilo. Delaney Moore (Monte Vista Christian), Idaho State, So.: Reserve forward recorded a combined 27 points, four rebounds, two assists, one steal and three blocks across two Big Sky Conference games, as the Bengals (15-7, 10-3) lost to visiting Northern Arizona 81-77 on Thursday before downing visiting Southern Utah 80-47 on Saturday. Moore’s 15 points against Southern Utah was a career high and the first time this season a player off the bench led Idaho State in scoring, according to the school’s website. Charlie Boyle (Scotts Valley), Emerson College, Sr.: Starting forward/center recorded a combined 45 points, 10 rebounds, two assists and two steals across two New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference games. The Lions (15-8, 9-5) defeated visiting Springfield 89-84 in triple-overtime on Feb. 6 before turning back host Clark University 67-65 on Saturday. Boyle matched her career high by scoring 36 points against Springfield. Sam Boyle (Scotts Valley), Emerson College, So.: Starting forward recorded a combined 14 points, eight rebounds, five assists and four steals across two NEWMAC games, as the Lions (15-8, 9-5) defeated visiting Springfield 89-84 in triple-overtime on Feb. 6 before turning back host Clark University 67-65 on Saturday. Julisa Vega (Watsonville), Southern Vermont, Fr.: Reserve forward recorded two points and four rebounds across 12 minutes Saturday, as the Mountaineers (6-17, 4-12) lost to host Mitchell 74-34 in New England Collegiate Conference play. Mersadis Allen (Scotts Valley), Dominican University, Jr.: Reserve forward recorded a combined two points and four rebounds across three PacWest games, as the Penguins (19-3, 16-2) defeated host Hawai’i Pacific 97-86 on Feb. 6, beat host Chaminade 71-57 on Friday and topped host Hawai’i Hilo 76-60 on Sunday. Men’s golf Sebastian Crampton (Stevenson School; Aptos native), Cal, Redshirt Sr.: Recorded a 1-under 215 (72-73-70) to finish tied for third Monday and Tuesday, as the Bears compiled a 21-under 843 (283-286-274) to win The Farms Invitational at The Farms Golf Club in Rancho Santa Fe. Crampton totaled 13 birdies, 10 bogeys and one double bogey across 54 holes, finishing 12 strokes behind teammate and champion Collin Morikawa. This was Crampton’s third top-three finish in his last four events. Cal defeated Loyola Marymount for the team title by 36 strokes. Women’s track and field Abbey Meck (San Lorenzo Valley), Pepperdine, So.: Distance runner broke her own school record in the mile after recording a time of 5 minutes, 15.83 seconds to place 12th at the Boise State Team Challenge on Saturday. Meck, who also clocked a 2:28.47 in the 800 meters to place 26th, bested her previous mile time of 5:20.72, which she set last year. Anna Maxwell (SLV), Washington, Sr.: Distance runner clocked 4:43.86 in the mile to place second in her section during the Husky Classic on Friday at the University of Washington. Mari Friedman (Santa Cruz), Oregon State, Fr.: Distance runner recorded a 4:53.84 in the mile to place third in her section during the Husky Classic on Friday at the University of Washington. Erika Malaspina (Pacific Collegiate School), Stanford, Jr.: Pole vaulter cleared an indoor-best height of 13 feet, 6 1/2 inches to place seventh at the Don Kirby Collegiate Elite Invitational on Saturday at the University of New Mexico. The mark moves Malaspina past Ellie McCardwell to third on Stanford’s all-time list, according to the school’s website. Corey Friedenbach (PCS), Air Force Academy, Fr.: Pole vaulter cleared a career-best 12-6 1/2 to place sixth at the Texas Tech Shootout on Saturday. Melissa Braun (Soquel), Occidental, Sr.: Cleared 11-11 3/4 to win the pole vault event Saturday, as the Tigers defeated Pomona-Pitzer 149-113. Cassie Ackemann (SLV), Southern Methodist, So.: Cleared 5-5 1/4 to place 12th in the high jump at the Music City Challenge at Vanderbilt University on Friday. Anaya Ward (Santa Cruz), UC Davis, Fr.: Distance runner placed fourth (2:14.89) in the 800 at the Don Kirby Collegiate Elite Invitational on Saturday at the University of New Mexico. Sofia Natividad (Aptos), University of Chicago, Fr.: Earned 10th in the 3,000m (11:04.32) at the North Central Pat Heenan Invitational on Friday, as the Maroons compiled 169.50 points to place first out of 10 teams. Katherine Whiting (Santa Cruz), New Mexico, Sr.: Pole vaulter cleared 11-9 to place 27th at the Don Kirby Collegiate Elite Invitational on Saturday at the University of New Mexico. Summer-Solstice Thomas (Santa Cruz), Williams, Jr.: Ran the second leg of the 4×400 relay, which placed third (3:58.07) at the David Hemery Valentine Invitational on Friday. Men’s volleyball Wyatt Harrison (PCS), UC San Diego, So.: Outside hitter recorded 17 kills and three digs on Friday, as the Tritons (5-7, 0-1) lost to visiting No. 3 UC Irvine 3-1 in Big West Conference play. Softball Bailey Lotz (SLV), Saint Mary’s College, Sr.: Infielder was named Player of the Week on Monday by the West Coast Conference after batting .417 (5 of 12) at the Hawai’i Paradise Classic last week. Lotz had two doubles, three RBIs and a run scored for the Gaels (1-4), who defeated Georgia State 7-5 on Thursday before falling to Fresno State 4-3, University of Texas-Arlington 8-0, UCLA 13-1 and host Hawai’i 8-0 on Friday and Saturday. Lotz, who compiled a .533 on-base percentage after drawing three hit-by-pitches, was also named to the Paradise Classic All-Tournament Team. Sarah Reyes (Scotts Valley), Menlo, Sr.: Utility player batted 1 for 4 with a double, RBI, run scored and a walk across two nonconference games for the Oaks (0-2), who lost to visiting Dominican University 14-12 on Friday before falling to Marymount California University 8-2 on Sunday at the NAIA SoCal Classic in Lake Elsinore. Reyes pitched[cq comment=” 1/3 of an inning”] against Dominican and walked two batters. Casson Rasmussen (Scotts Valley), Weatherford College, So.: Right-handed pitcher allowed three earned runs on four hits across four innings Friday, as the Coyotes (7-0) defeated visiting Indian Hills College 8-6 in nonconference play. Rasmussen struck out three batters. Baseball Ryan Gallegos (Scotts Valley), Biola, So.: Infielder combined to bat 2 for 7 with a home run, two RBIs, two runs and two walks across two nonconference games, as the Eagles (1-1) lost to visiting Hope International 11-0 on Feb. 6 before defeating host Vanguard 11-5 on Tuesday. Jonah Gonzales (Aptos), San Francisco State, Redshirt Jr.: Infielder combined to bat 3 for 6 with a double, two runs and a stolen base across two nonconference games, as the Gators (2-0-1) defeated Concordia 6-3 on Saturday before tying visiting Simpson 3-3 Tuesday in a game that was called due to darkness. Jack Harris (Aptos), San Francisco State, Jr.: Outfielder batted a combined 3 for 6 with an RBI across two nonconference games, as the Gators (2-0-1) defeated Concordia 6-3 on Saturday before beating visiting Simpson 8-4 on Tuesday. Austin Muller (MVC), Westmont, Redshirt Sr.: Outfielder batted a combined 2 for 6 with an RBI and three runs scored across two nonconference games, as the Warriors (6-0) defeated British Columbia 14-1 and 9-0 in a doubleheader Saturday. Nick Smith (Santa Cruz), Clarke, Sr.: Infielder batted a combined 2 for 5 with a walk across two nonconference games, as the Pride (0-7) dropped their doubleheader to host Truett-McConnell College by matching 4-3 margins Saturday. Ian Blair (SLV), Pacific University, So.: Outfielder batted a combined 1 for 1 at the Cactus Classic Tournament, as the Boxers (3-3) lost to Piedmont 6-5 Friday and fell to Chapman 5-3 Saturday. Jackson Collins (MVC), Biola, So.: Designated hitter drew a walk Feb. 6, as the Eagles (1-1) lost to visiting Hope International 11-0 in a nonconference game. Women’s water polo Camille Gallardo-Russell (Soquel), Long Beach State, Fr.: Attacker recorded a combined one goal, one assist and two exclusions at the Triton Invite in San Diego on Saturday and Sunday, as the 49ers (2-6) defeated Pomona-Pitzer 17-8 and Cal State Northridge 10-4 and lost to Loyola Marymount 10-9 and UC San Diego 9-6. Men’s basketball Sam Walters (Soquel), Colorado Mesa, Sr.: Starting guard recorded a combined 18 points, four rebounds and one steal across two Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference games. The Mavericks (15-8, 10-7) defeated host Westminster 77-56 on Friday before falling to host Dixie State University 80-73 Saturday. Kyle Snowden (Soquel), Fisher, Sr.: Starting guard recorded six points, six rebounds, two assists and one steal across 39 minutes Saturday, as the Falcons (9-16, 0-4) lost the Northern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championship to visiting Green Mountain 65-53. Alec Vucinich (Scotts Valley), La Verne, Sr.: Starting guard recorded a combined eight points, 15 rebounds, 10 assists, two steals and three blocks across three games. The Leopards (1-21, 0-13) lost to host Cal Lutheran 89-53 in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play on Feb. 6, fell to UC Santa Cruz 73-63 on Saturday in nonconference play and lost to host Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 73-49 in SCIAC play Monday. Kiree Hutchings (Santa Cruz), Biola, So.: Reserve guard recorded two points and one rebound across five minutes Tuesday, as the Eagles (12-10, 8-8) lost to visiting Concordia 59-52 in PacWest play. Women’s tennis Caroline Casper (St. Francis), Pomona-Pitzer, Sr.: Defeated Katie Wolber 6-2, 6-0 at No. 1 singles last Thursday, as the Sagehens (1-0, 1-0) beat visiting Occidental 9-0 in SCIAC play. Casper also teamed up with Yurie Heard at No. 2 doubles and defeated Andrea Clawson and Alana Adelman 8-2. Men’s swimming Conner Wells (Archbishop Mitty; Santa Cruz resident), Pomona-Pitzer, So.: Won the 400-yard individual medley (4:17.78) and placed fifth in the 200 breaststroke (2:16.99) at the Pomona-Pitzer Invitational on Saturday. Wells also swam the second leg of the mixed 200 freestyle relay, which placed 14th in 1:38.25, and the anchor leg of the mixed 200 medley relay, which placed 18th in 1:52.45. Noah Nagel (Santa Cruz), Occidental, Fr.: Won the 200 IM (1:59.33) and took fourth in both the 100 breast (1:04.57) and 200 backstroke (2:16.37) on Saturday, as the Tigers (4-4) defeated visiting Chapman 175-80 in SCIAC play. Nagel also swam the second leg of the 200 medley relay, which placed third in 1:39.98. Women’s swimming Sarah Shimomura (Archbishop Mitty; Santa Cruz native), Arizona, Jr.: Placed sixth in the 200 free (1:48.28) and eighth in the 500 free (5:00.86) on Saturday, as the Wildcats (4-5, 3-4) defeated visiting Arizona State 180.5-119.5 in Pac-12 play. Shimomura also swam the third leg of the 400 free relay, which placed third 3:21.06. Men’s track and field Alex Condotti (PCS), Johns Hopkins, Sr.: Recorded a time of 4:33.56 in the mile to place 11th in his heat, 253rd overall during the David Hemery Invitational on Friday and Saturday. Men’s lacrosse Blaise Demaree (Archbishop Mitty; Santa Cruz native), Dominican, Sr.: Defender compiled four ground balls across two nonconference games. The Penguins (2-0) defeated visiting Chico State 15-10 on Saturday before topping visiting Claremont 27-2 on Sunday. County Connections appears Thursdays in the Sentinel. Contact sports@santacruzsentinel.com if you know of a former Santa Cruz County prep athlete now playing at the collegiate level.
12 Feb 19
Molly Alicia's Blog

The PolyJohn family of companies is pleased to announce the newest member of our team. Chris Davis joined PolyJohn on the First of February. He brings over 20 years’ experience in portable sanitation equipment sales, having represented a few of the industry’s established brands. Michael Cooper, President of PolyJohn Enterprises Whiting Indiana, made the announcement […]

12 Feb 19
Septic Tank Pumping Pros

The PolyJohn family of companies is pleased to announce the newest member of our team. Chris Davis joined PolyJohn on the First of February. He brings over 20 years’ experience in portable sanitation equipment sales, having represented a few of the industry’s established brands. Michael Cooper, President of PolyJohn Enterprises Whiting Indiana, made the announcement […]

11 Feb 19
South Georgia Matmen

South Georgia Matmen staff report LOGANVILLE — Reese Poole has been a bellwether in the Ware lineup for the entirety of the season. Kooper Thomas has found another level this post-season for the Gators. And Poole and Thomas will headline a 13-person contingent that Ware will take to 5A states in Macon on Wednesday, as […]

07 Feb 19
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Abbey Meck last year set a pair of school indoor track records while competing at the Jackson’s/Nike Boise Invitational in Nampa, Idaho. Last weekend, the Pepperdine University sophomore did it again. Meck, a San Lorenzo Valley High alumna, put her name on two more records while competing in the same Boise State-hosted event on Friday and Saturday. The 5-foot-5 harrier recorded a time of 18 minutes, 58.29 seconds in the 5,000 meters to place sixth in the event and set a new school mark, easily besting Samantha Maness’ time of 19:18.43 set in 2017. Pepperdine’s Abbey Meck, an SLV High alumna. Additionally, Meck ran the anchor leg in the distance medley relay, which placed fourth in a school-record time of 12:54.87. “This was a really good meet for us, with four school records,” Pepperdine coach Robert Radnoti said, according to the school’s website. The Waves, who began competing in indoor track in 2016, also set records last weekend in the 800 and the 60-meter hurdles. “This was a good meet for us with comparable competition,” Radnoti added. “Our coaching staff is doing a wonderful job preparing them.” Meck competed in a third event in Idaho — and nearly set a third school record. She clocked a 5:22.09 in the mile to place 13th overall — less than two seconds off the record (5:20.72) she set at last season’s meet. Meck last season also set the school indoor record in the 3,000 meters (10:43.58). The Waves will close out the indoor track season this weekend at the Husky Invitational in Seattle. Erika Malaspina (Pacific Collegiate School), Stanford, Jr.: Pole vaulter cleared 13 feet, 3 inches — her indoor best — to place third at the Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational on Saturday in Lincoln, Nebraska. The mark strengthened Malaspina’s hold on No. 4 on Stanford’s all-time indoor list, according to the school’s website. Summer-Solstice Thomas (Santa Cruz), Williams, Jr.: Placed third in the high jump (5-3) and fourth in the 60-meter hurdles (9.56) at the Cupid Challenge at Tufts University on Friday and Saturday. Williams also ran the anchor leg of the 4×400 relay, which placed third in 4:05.63. Stasia Kubicki (Santa Cruz), UC Davis, Sr.: Pole vaulter cleared 12-2 to place third at the University of New Mexico Collegiate Classic on Saturday. Katherine Whiting (Santa Cruz), New Mexico, Sr.: Pole vaulter cleared a season-best height of 12-2 to place fifth at the University of New Mexico Collegiate Classic on Saturday. Anaya Ward (Santa Cruz), UC Davis, Fr.: Distance runner recorded a 2:15.42 to place fifth in the 800 meters at the University of New Mexico Collegiate Classic on Saturday. Nora Griffith (Santa Cruz), Caltech, So.: Placed 17th in the 60 meters (8.53) and 21st in the 200 (28.21) at the Mountain T’s Invitational at Northern Arizona University on Friday and Saturday. Men’s track and field Alex Condotti (PCS), Johns Hopkins, Sr.: Middle distance runner recorded a 4:26.82 to place 13th in the mile at the NYC DIII Invitational on Friday, as the Blue Jays compiled 98.5 points to place first out of 27 teams. Grant Jackson (Santa Cruz), Linfield, So.: Recorded a mark of 28-7 1/2 to place 21st in the weight throw at the Cougar Indoor 2 at Washington State University on Friday and Saturday. Men’s volleyball Wyatt Harrison (PCS), UC San Diego, So.: Outside hitter combined to record 37 kills, three assists, one ace, seven blocks and 12 digs across two nonconference matches, as the Tritons (5-6) defeated visiting Concordia University-Irvine 3-2 on Friday before turning back visiting UC Santa Cruz 3-0 on Saturday. Harrison compiled a career-high 23 kills against Concordia. Women’s basketball Natalie Diaz (Soquel), Dominican University, Sr.: Starting guard recorded a combined 54 points, 15 rebounds, three assists, one steal and three blocks across two Pacific West Conference games, as the Penguins (16-3, 13-2) topped visiting Notre Dame de Namur 57-50 on Jan. 30 before turning back host Academy of Art 116-78 on Friday. Charlie Boyle (Scotts Valley), Emerson College, Sr.: Starting forward/center combined to record 24 points, eight rebounds, one assist, two steals and five blocks across two New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference games, as the Lions (13-8, 7-5) defeated visiting Babson 66-52 on Jan. 30 before beating visiting Coast Guard 70-66 on Saturday. Sam Boyle (Scotts Valley), Emerson College, So.: Starting forward recorded a combined 27 points, seven rebounds, six assists, three steals and two blocks across two NEWMAC games, as the Lions (13-8, 7-5) defeated visiting Babson 66-52 on Jan. 30 before beating visiting Coast Guard 70-66 in overtime Saturday. Delaney Moore (Monte Vista Christian), Idaho State, So.: Reserve forward recorded a combined 13 points, 13 rebounds and two assists across two Big Sky Conference games, as the Bengals (14-6, 9-2) defeated host Sacramento State 56-42 last Thursday before beating host Portland State 58-57 Saturday. Mersadis Allen (Scotts Valley), Dominican University, Jr.: Reserve forward recorded one point and two rebounds across 11 minutes Friday, as the Penguins (16-3, 13-2) defeated host Academy of Art 116-78 in PacWest play. Men’s basketball Sam Walters (Soquel), Colorado Mesa, Sr.: Starting guard recorded a combined 12 points, six rebounds, four assists and one steal across two Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference games, as the Mavericks (14-7, 9-6) lost to visiting Regis 78-75 on Friday before defeating visiting Colorado Christian 94-63 on Saturday. Kyle Snowden (Soquel), Fisher, Sr.: Starting guard recorded 12 points, eight rebounds and nine assists across 38 minutes Tuesday, as the Falcons (9-15, 0-3) defeated host St. Joseph’s of Vermont 81-55 in nonconference play. Alec Vucinich (Scotts Valley), La Verne, Sr.: Starting guard recorded a combined four points, eight rebounds, five assists, two steals and one block across 30 minutes on Jan. 30, as the Leopards (1-18, 0-11) fell to visiting Whittier 88-76 in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play. Kiree Hutchings (Santa Cruz), Biola, So.: Reserve guard recorded two points across three minutes last Thursday, as the Eagles (12-9, 8-7) lost to host No. 18 Chaminade 82-58 in PacWest play. Women’s swimming Sarah Shimomura (Archbishop Mitty; Santa Cruz native), Arizona, Jr.: Placed fifth in the 200-yard freestyle (1:50.86), ninth in the 300 free (2:53.25) and 12th in both the 150 free (1:20.60) and 500 free (5:03.40) on Friday and Saturday, as the Wildcats lost to host Texas 232-68 and North Carolina State 213-81 in a nonconference tri-meet. Shimomura also swam the third leg of the 400 free relay, which placed seventh in 3:30.21. Kathryn Bockman (Aptos), UC Davis, So.: Placed third in both the 500 free (5:13.94) and 1,000 free (10:39.02) on Saturday, as the Aggies (6-4, 3-1) defeated visiting Pacific 178.5-109.5 in Mountain Pacific Sports Federation play. Men’s swimming Noah Nagel (Santa Cruz), Occidental, Fr.: Placed second in the 100 breaststroke (1:03.09), second in the 200 backstroke (2:00.99) and second in the 400 individual medley (4:22.39) on Saturday, as the Tigers lost to visiting Redlands 144.5-117.5 in SCIAC play. Nagel also swam the second leg of the 200 medley relay, which placed fourth (1:41.95). Spencer Clarke (Aptos), Fordham, Fr.: Placed second in the 100 free (48.33), fourth in the 200 IM (1:58.27) and sixth in the 100 butterfly (53.87) on Saturday, as the Rams (3-4) lost to host Massachusetts 156-144 in Atlantic 10 Conference play. Clarke also swam the third leg of the 200 medley relay, which placed sixth (1:38.85). Conner Wells (Archbishop Mitty; Santa Cruz native), Pomona-Pitzer, So.: Placed fourth in the 100 breast (1:03.23) and fifth in the 200 breast (2:18.19) on Saturday, as the Sagehens defeated visiting Caltech 220-72 in SCIAC play. Wells, who recorded a 2:02.89 in the 200 IM, also swam the second leg of 200 medley relay, which placed seventh (1:46.07). Women’s tennis Annika Bauerle (SLV), Whitman, So.: Lost to Caitlin Jones 6-0, 6-1 at No. 6 singles Sunday, as the Pioneers (3-1, 1-0) defeated host Lewis & Clark 6-3 in Northwest Conference play. Baseball David Snider (Scotts Valley), Saint Francis, Sr.: Shortstop combined to bat 4 for 10 with a double, three RBIs and two runs across two nonconference games Saturday, as the Cougars (1-1) defeated host Asbury University 10-4 before falling in the second game, 4-3. Ian Blair (SLV), Pacific University, So.: Outfielder combined to bat 1 for 7 with a run, walk and a stolen base across two nonconference games, as the Boxers (2-0) defeated Redlands 4-2 on Friday and 8-6 on Sunday. Nick Smith (Santa Cruz), Clarke, Sr.: Second baseman batted 0 for 2 on Saturday, as the Pride (0-4) lost to host Bryan College 13-5 in nonconference play. Nolan Burr (Santa Cruz), St. Edward’s University, Jr.: Infielder batted 0 for 1 on Saturday, as the Hilltoppers (3-0) defeated visiting Northeastern State 11-3 in nonconference play. Softball Casson Rasmussen (Scotts Valley), Weatherford College, So.: Right-handed pitcher made two appearances, recording two wins, as the Coyotes (5-0) went undefeated in the season-opening Cowtown Classic on Friday and Saturday. Rasmussen combined to allow five earned runs on 14 hits across 13 innings, striking out nine and walking three. Men’s wrestling Christian Rebottaro (MVC), Michigan State, Redshirt So.: Defeated Bruce Graeber by a 3-2 decision at heavyweight Saturday, as the Spartans (7-6, 2-4) topped visiting Bloomsburg University 41-0 in nonconference play. Bryan Battisto (Harbor), Cal State Bakersfield, Redshirt Sr.: Lost to Hayden Hastings by an 8-5 decision at 174 pounds Sunday, as the Roadrunners (5-8, 2-1) fell to visiting No. 11 Wyoming 25-6 in nonconference play. Men’s lacrosse Connor Rode (PCS), Oregon, So.: Defensive middle recorded three ground balls Saturday, as the Ducks (1-0, 1-0) defeated visiting Simon Fraser 11-5 in Pacific Northwest Collegiate Lacrosse League play. County Connections appears Thursdays in the Sentinel. Contact sports@santacruzsentinel.com if you know of a former Santa Cruz County prep athlete now playing at the collegiate level.
06 Feb 19
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Liebe Freunde der guten Musik, Das beste aus Musical, Folk, Swing und Jazz. Wenn du herausfinden möchtest, wie du diese Textplaylisten in Spotify, Apple Music oder Deezer (und anderen Streamingdiensten) einfügen kannst, dann folge diesem Link zu meinen Tipps, wie das geht. Es war noch nie so einfach, gute Musik zu hören! Viel Spaß mit den […]

05 Feb 19
South Georgia Matmen

South Georgia Matmen staff report Editor’s Note: Fifth in a series of releases today. SECTION A-5A LOCAL PAIRINGS (at Loganville) 106 Round of 16: Ethan Frye (Ware, 46-11) v. Brandon Hamlet (Fayette, 2-6). 113 Round of 16: Anthony Phillips (Ware, 31-15) v. Dorlesia Sellers (Columbia, 1-1). 120 Round of 16: Isaac Reynolds (Wayne, 5-12) v. […]

05 Feb 19

This small purse from the late 1800’s would have been worn on a chatelaine, pinned to a woman’s skirt, and holding other tools of which she had frequent need (e.g. scissors, watches, needle cases).  This is in excellent condition, with all loops attached.  Pouch measures 2.25″ x 3.5″ and 6.75″ including chain.  Based on advertisements […]

04 Feb 19
James Foley

Hello you! I hope your 2019 has been treating you kindly so far. What did you get up to? I spent most of January soaking up time with my wife and son and labrador. We paddled in the river, read books, watched more than a little netflix and had bbqs. I also got to work […]

03 Feb 19

This mid-century purse from Whiting & Davis, is of a fairly limited style.  While the maker label is missing, this bag with a slightly different clasp is seen in their collection.  Some wear on the cream colored beads on the outside, and some wear in the blue lining, but bag is still securely attached to frame.

02 Feb 19

Whiting & Davis has been making metallic mesh fabrics and accessories since 1867.  Hollywood stars from Jane Russell to Lady Gaga, have worn their dresses, and carried their accessories. This bag is in it’s original box, and is in excellent condition.  It has a blue lining, with a small inside pocket.  The closure is gold […]