Dam Inn Mates keep on winning after outlasting Steamshovel, Our Glass blasts Trail

first_imgThe Dam Inn Mates remain the only undefeated team in the West Kootenay Men’s Flag Football League.Sparked by Jon Parker’s 80-yard interception for a touchdown, the Mates outlasted Rossland’s Steamshovel Brewers 24-21 in league action Sunday at the Mount Sentinel Field.The win improves the Mates record to 3-0 and a four-point lead over the rest of the league.In the other game Our Glass Ogs pounded expansion Trail Thundercats 59-6.Dam Inn led 12-7 at the half.Other majors were tossed by Dam Inn quarterback Kelly Voykin to Dylan Appleby and Nate Fedorchuk.Fedorchuk also intercepted a pair of passes from Steamshovel quarterback Steven Doyle.When Doyle was firing on all cylinders he connected with Shon Doyle for a pair of touchdowns.Brewer receiver Jon Francis hauled in the other TD pass from Doyle.In the late game Our Glass snapped a 6-6 tie with 53 consecutive points en route to the pasting of the expansion Thundercats.Trail arrived at the contest with one player over the limit while Our Glass had enough players to field two teams.After Trail tied the contest early in the game, everything went south for the Cats as Our Glass coasted to the victory with quarterback Pat Sturtevant tossing a host of TD passes to Matthew Fuhr (3), Dan Farden, two majors and two extra points and Josh Myers, Mike Balance, Al Krause and Kyle Bouttett.Gord Clark intercepted a pass and ran it back for a touchdown and caught a TD reception from Sturtevant.Burnadino Carpio had three interceptions to lead the defensive stand by Our Glass.After three weeks of play Dam Inn leads the league with a 3-0 record.Trail and Our Glass are tied for second with a 1-1 record followed in fourth by Steamshovel at 1-2.Defending champion Castlegar Vikings occupy the basement at 2-0.The league resumes play Sunday at Mount Sentinel Field.In the early 11 a.m. game Trail meets Castlegar before Steamshovel Brewers play Our Glass at 1 p.m.Dam Inn Mates are [email protected]last_img read more

Saints pull off road sweep to jump atop BCIHL standings

first_img“We really got solid performances from our entire line-up this weekend,” said Saints head coach Jeff Dubois.”We have a lot of respect for Trinity Western’s compete level, and I think in both games we were able to finish strong because we knew we were facing a team that wasn’t going to quit.”In the weekend opener on Friday night, Selkirk burst out to a 4-0 lead after 20 minutes and never looked back. Mason Spear opened the scoring for the visitors off a net-front scramble early in the frame and Darnell Dyck, Cody Fidgett and Connor McLaughlin added tallies of their own before intermission. J.P. Villeneuve put the Spartans on the board in the second period, but Fidgett and Markus McCrea — with his first Saints goal — capped off the scoring in the third period. James Prigione picked up the win in goal with a 19-save performance, while Harry Fredeman allowed six goals on 42 shots in the loss. On Saturday, the teams fought through a much closer first period, with Saints goals from Logan Proulx and Markus McCrea being countered by a power-play effort from TWU’s Jamey Kreller. But Selkirk blew things open in the middle frame, as Ryan Procyshyn scored the first regular season goal by a Saints defenceman before Jackson Garrett and Thomas Hardy added on to increase the lead to four. Connor McLaughlin then converted on a third period penalty shot before Cody Fidgett and Jared Seutter put the score beyond reach. Chris Hurry made 25 saves in goal for the win, while Fredeman took his third loss is as many starts against Selkirk this season after allowing eight goals. Selkirk captain Logan Proulx extended his season-long points streak to nine games on Saturday with a goal and an assist while McLaughlin and Fidgett are now tied for the BCIHL goals lead with 11 each. “Offensively, we’ve got a bunch of guys who are having success right now and that seems to be contagious,” Dubois explained.”Thomas Hardy got his first goal of the season on Saturday and had a four-point game, which was great to see. Markus McCrea had been really snakebite around the net all season and he scored in both games. So on that side of the puck we’re where we want to be, and we’ll spend some time working on the defensive side of things as we prepare for a big game against SFU next weekend.” The Saints now sit atop the BCIHL standings with 14 points, but have played three more games than an SFU squad that will be their next opponent at home on Saturday night.Puck drop against the 2013 league runners-up is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Saturday (November 16). The Selkirk Saints sent a strong message to the rest of the B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League by blasting Trinity Western University by 6-1 and 8-2 scores on Friday and Saturday, respectively.The two wins erased a disappointing road swing a few weeks again when Selkirk lost in Kamloops and Burnab.last_img read more


first_imgARCADIA, Calif. (March 18, 2015)–Late running Finnegans Wake heads a field of nine older horses as he seeks his fourth consecutive graded stakes victory in Saturday’s Grade II, $200,000 San Luis Rey Stakes, to be run at the marathon distance of 1 ½ miles on turf.With Victor Espinoza aboard, the 6-year-old horse by Powerscourt has rallied for victories in three straight Grade II turf stakes; the 1 ½ miles Hollywood Turf Cup at Del Mar on Nov. 27, the 1 1/8 miles San Gabriel on Jan. 3 and the 1 ¼ miles San Marcos on Feb. 7.Originally based in the Midwest, Finnegans Wake was transferred to trainer Peter Miller late last summer and was a close second from off the pace in the Grade II, 1 ¼ miles turf John Henry Turf Classic at Santa Anita on Sept. 28, which was his Southern California debut.A close 10th, beaten just 5 ¼ lengths by eventual Eclipse Award winning Older Male and Older Turf Male, Main Sequence in the Grade I, 1 ½ miles Breeders’ Cup Turf Nov. 1, Finnegans Wake has three wins from five starts for Miller and is 27-6-3-3 overall. Owned by Donegal Racing and Rockingham Ranch, he has one win from three tries at 1 ½ miles on grass and has earnings of $1,065,375.Finnegans Wake’s biggest opposition could come from trainer Neil Drysdale’s Power Foot, who ran a troubled fourth, beaten 2 ¼ lengths by “Finnegan” last out in the San Marcos Feb. 7. Although third early, Power Foot was well back of lone pacesetter Diamond Bachelor into the far turn and appeared to have a big shot at running second or third, if not for lugging in badly and clipping heels under Kieran Fallon in deep stretch.A 6-year-old Kentucky-bred gelding by Powerscourt, Power Foot will be ridden for the first time on Saturday by Flavien Prat and would benefit from a realistic early pace. Owned by Stepaside Farms, LLC, Power Foot is one for two at the San Luis Rey distance and is 20-4-0-4 overall with earnings of $244,564.Hard hitting Play Hard to Get comes off a head victory in a second condition allowance going 1 ¼ miles on turf Feb. 27 and is one of several deep closers in the San Luis Rey field. Trained by Eric Kruljac, the 4-year-old chestnut gelding by Purim was ridden to victory last out by the recently injured Corey Nakantani, and will be ridden Saturday by Kent Desormeaux, who guided him to a first condition allowance score four starts back on Nov. 15 at Del Mar. Owned by Kings River Ranch, Play Hard to Get has three wins from nine starts and has earnings of $132,750. He’ll try 1 ½ miles for the first time Saturday.A Grade III winner at age three, 7-year-old Joes Blazing Aaron could pose an elusive target on the front end with Joe Talamo up. Claimed for $62,500 out of a close third place run going 1 ¼ miles on turf Feb. 27 by trainer Bob Hess, Jr., “Joe” will make his 38th career start in the San Luis Rey. Winless in two lifetime tries at 1 ½ miles on turf, the Graeme Hall gelding is 37-7-3-4 overall and has earnings of $393,491. He’s currently owned by Loooch Racing Stables, Inc., and Summertime Racing.Trainer Peter Eurton’s California-bred Ashleyluvssuger comes off a second condition allowance win in open company at 1 1/8 miles on turf Feb. 5 and is an up-and-comer who has proven effective stalking or rallying from well off the pace. Owned by his breeders, Sharon Alesia, Bran Jam Stable and Ciaglia Racing, LLC, the 4-year-old Game Plan gelding will try graded stakes company for the first time on Saturday. A winner of three out of his last five starts with Mike Smith aboard, he’ll be ridden for the first time by Gary Stevens, as Smith will be riding on Saturday at Turfway Park in Northern Kentucky.With an overall mark of 9-4-0-2, Ashleyluvssugar is one for three on grass and will try 1 ½ miles for the first time. He has earnings of $215,504.Beaten 22 ¾ lengths in the Grade I Santa Anita Handicap, Diamond Bachelor gets back to his preferred surface on Saturday and will be reunited with Martin Pedroza, who put him on the lead and guided him to a close second place finish behind Finnegans Wake three starts back in the San Marcos Stakes. Trained by Patrick Biancone and owned by Diamond 100 Racing Club, LLC, Mrs. Susan Magnier and Robert Trussel, Diamond Bachelor is 18-2-3-0 with earnings of $189,520.Trainer John Sadler’s English-bred Raise Your Gaze comes off an even sixth place finish in a one mile turf allowance and will make his second stateside start Saturday. Owned by Hronis Racing, LLC, the 4-year-old gelding won a pair of minor stakes going 1 ¼ miles on turf last summer in England and will try 1 ½ miles for the second time.The complete field for the Grade II San Luis Rey Stakes, to be run as the eighth race on a nine race card Saturday, with jockey and weights in post position order: Raise Your Gaze, Tyler Baze, 118; Play Hard to Get, Kent Desormeaux, 118; Diamond Bachelor, Martin Pedroza, 118; Power Foot, Flavien Prat, 118; Buymeabond, Iggy Puglisi, 118; Joes Blazing Aaron, Joe Talamo, 118; Fly Lexis Fly, Edwin Maldonado, 118; Finnegans Wake, Victor Espinoza, 123, and Ashleyluvssugar, Gary Stevens, 118.                First post time on Saturday is at 12:30 p.m. Admission gates open at 10:30 a.m. MILLER, ESPINOZA TEAM VERSUS EIGHT TURF VETERANSlast_img read more

Racing at Taylor Speedway concludes for season

first_img3) Clint Mason (69)Saturday Sports1) Darren Morin (25)2) Al Scarfo (17)3) Wayne Dale (64)Advertisement Saturday IMCA Modified1) A.J. Everton (99)2) Johnny Beaumont (88)3) Kervin McElderry (68)4) Mark Freeman (6)Sunday Mini Sprint-Junior1) Cody LeClerc (21)2) Tyson LeClerc (12)Sunday Mini Sprint-Senior1) Dylan Beaumont (99)2) Kale McElderry (18)3) Austin Kube (17)Sunday Mini Juniors1) Chelsea Babcock (22)2) Reegan Krahn (45)3) Alissa Menard (7)Sunday Mini Adults1) Jordie Hildebrand (24)2) Rich Hildebrand (33)3) Clint Mason (69)Sunday Sports1) Darren Morin (25)2) Wayne Dale (64)3) Al Scarfo (17)Sunday IMCA Modified1) A.J. Everton (99)2) Joel Minard (28)3) Johnny Beaumont (88)4) Kervin McElderry (68) 2) Chelsea Babcock (22)3) Reegan Krahn (45)Saturday Mini Adults1) Calvin Hildebrand (46)2) Rich Hildebrand (33)Advertisement The final weekend of races featured seven different driving classes, each crowning its own winner. Below is the list of winners within each division. Brackets indicate the racer’s car number.Saturday Mini Sprint-Junior1) Cody LeClerc (21)- Advertisement -2) Tyson LeClerc (12)Saturday Mini Sprint-Senior1) Dylan Beaumont (99)Advertisement 2) Kale McElderry (18)3) Kaden Beebe (89)Saturday Mini Juniors1) Camryn Beaumont (88)Advertisementlast_img read more

Kevon Looney to miss at least two more weeks with nerve-related issue

first_imgHOUSTON — Warriors center Kevon Looney will miss at least two more weeks with a neuropathic condition that has complicated his return from a strained right hamstring, the team announced Wednesday.Looney, who has missed the last six games due to nerve-related symptoms, recently met with specialists to decide on a treatment plan.“Following the tests, we are hopeful and encouraged that the treatment plan prescribed for him will allow Kevon to return to action in the near future,” the team said …last_img

Brand South Africa’s recipient of the Play Your Part award 2018 for SA Premier Business Awards; Clover Mama Afrika shares their journey

first_imgThe 6th SA Premier Business Awards preparations are underway and the call for entry is open till the 22nd February 2019.Brand South Africa’s recipient of the Play Your Part award 2018 was Clover Mama Afrika whose emphasis was on the spirit of Ubuntu, reflects on the journey since winning the award.The story of Clover Mama Afrika;The Clover Mama Afrika project was founded on the ancient wisdom of Ubuntu. A uniquely African school of thought, where there is a clear understanding that the true meaning of life lies in the community ties that bind us: “I am because you are.” But Ubuntu is more than that; it is the sharing of natural resources, built on the principle of equity between generations. It is empathy and compassion for others and a mutual respect for human dignity. It is knowing that we belong to a greater whole, creating an interconnected world of mutual support.By uplifting our Clover Mama Afrikas through skills development training, they share their knowledge with their communities, and we are proud to be a part of this transformation.Brand South Africa recently spoke to Prof Elain Vlok, Manager: Corporate Services for Clover Mama Afrika.Q: How has business been since winning the Play your Part award at the SA Premier Business Awards?A: The recognition that we get when winning a prestigious award is always a good feeling. It inspires us to do more and it benefits all concerned, in our case the Clover Mamas that we support. The award also gave us more exposure which has led to individuals wanting to get more involved with the project.Q: What has been the biggest highlight for the company?A: We appointed a new Clover Mama Afrika in the latter part of 2018. Mama Gail Koeberg in Magaliesburg who has already been given a fully equipped bakery and has received the necessary training.Q: How has Clover Mama continued playing its part?A: Clover Mama Afrika continues to grow from strength to strength. Each Clover Mama Afrika is dedicated in efforts to alleviate poverty within her respective communitiesQ: What plans are in line for the year ahead?A: We have a full calendar for 2019 with no less than 23 skills training sessions, from sewing to cooking, baking, quilting and mosaic courses. We will also be doing on-site training.Q: What’s your advice to  other  organisations out there in  helping to make things better for South AfricaA: No company should turn a blind eye to helping those in need – we are definitely not saying that you need to keep handing out without expecting anything in return. Companies must teach each other to stand on their own two feet. No need for free handouts. Our Clover Mama Afrikas have become a strong voice in teaching people that they can do it for themselves. They stand united in being the change they want to see for our beautiful country.Brand South Africa commends active citizens such as Clover Mama Afrika for playing their part and encourages every South African citizen to take a stand and reinforce the spirit of ubuntu.For more information on the South African Premier Business Awards, rules and entry forms, go to  www.sapremierbusinessawards.co.za or call 0861 843 384. Hand delivered entries will close at 15:30pm on Friday, 22 February 2019 and Online Entries will close at midnight on Friday, 22 February 2019, no late entries will be accepted.last_img read more

Beck’s introduces planter that changes row-width, hybrids on the go

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest A new planter for use in Beck’s Practical Field Research is turning heads. The multi-row width multi-hybrid planter is a joint effort by Beck’s to answer more questions being asked in the field of prescriptive farming. With the ability to change between 10-, 20-, and 30-inch rows on the go, researches hope to see what difference such customization can have on crops and whether or not the planter technology has a wider place in the future of farming.The planter looks to be heavily used in corn, wheat, and double-crop soybean research in the 2018 season, as explained by Jason Gahimer and Rich Schlipf in this video with Ohio Ag Net’s Joel Penhorwood.last_img

Noticings: Foursquare for Photographers

first_imgTop Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#NYT#start#startups dana oshiro If you’re like many of us, you’re home for the holidays. Rather than complaining about the springs in the pullout couch or watching endless television reruns, consider rediscovering your hometown. Featured on today’s Flickr blog, Noticings is a location-based game similar to Foursquare that forces you to discover new gems in your old haunts. Each day Flickr users upload three geotagged photographs with the tag “noticings”. From here they receive points for game-related activities including finding misspelled signs, being the first to tag a photo in a particular neighborhood, or for noticing something everyday for a week. Users upload photos via the $3 Noticings iPhone application or through Flickr’s regular desktop, web and iPhone tools. Just imagine the possibilities of capturing your hometown. Document the visual parfait of the abandoned fish cannery, drink in the chaos of the strip mall parking lot, and of course, don’t forget to snap the fine public art displayed in your local pub latrine. This service is a great way to keep you sane in your hometown while literally putting it on the map for its unique features. ReadWriteStart’s Chris Cameron recently profiled Stalqer – a service that maps your friends based on their geotagged Facebook, Twitter and Foursquare status updates. In a similar vein, Noticings leverages an existing service to create a completely new experience. Coupled with augmented reality mobile applications, location-based services like Noticings and Stalqer have done much to get geeks out of their homes into the real world. To join Noticings, check out the game rules at http://noticin.gs/rules. 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more