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Harvest Day at Madison-Plains

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The Madison-Plains FFA Officers hosted their second annual harvest day with grades, kindergarten through sixth.The officers broke into groups and taught three different stations. The stations included lessons about, Dairy discovery, Soybeans , and Farm equipment. Each group taught the students about their subject and had an activity to go along with the lesson, and, according to the feedback given, the harvest day was once again a huge success.The Madison-Plains FFA Officers would like to thank the Elementary and Intermediate school for being so cooperative and allowing us to teach the children. Also to the advisors for help with supplies needed to make the day successful.last_img read more

 

Quiñahan joins Paras, Teng, Ravena in PH 3×3 squad

first_imgPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netJR Quiñahan is set to beef up the Philippine team in the upcoming 2017 Fiba 3×3 World Cup.The NLEX big man will join the youthful core of Kobe Paras, Jeron Teng, and Kiefer Ravena in the half-court wars set from June 17 to 21 in Nantes, France.ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ Lillard, Anthony lead Blazers over Thunder Cayetano dares Lacson, Drilon to take lie-detector test: Wala akong kinita sa SEA Games Pocari Sweat’s Selimovic out for the conference Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students PLAY LIST 01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes LATEST STORIES View comments Man who told immigrant to go back to country asked to write essay The 33-year-old will provide the veteran presence for the hungry upstarts, as he will be tasked to hold the fort in the paint while also infusing the much-needed outside sniping.Quiñahan got the clearance from NLEX on Tuesday, with the Road Warriors already eliminated from the 2017 PBA Commissioner’s Cup.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingThe Philippines is placed in Group B, together with hosts France, Slovenia, Romania, and El Salvador in the 3×3 World Cup. Pagasa: Kammuri now a typhoon, may enter PAR by weekend Hornets beat Pistons for 8th straight time Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. SEA Games: PH beats Indonesia, enters gold medal round in polo LOOK: Vhong Navarro’s romantic posts spark speculations he’s marrying longtime GF 250 enrolled at phony school arrested in immigration scamlast_img read more

 

DAY ONE SUMMARY

first_imgDay one action at the National 18’s Touch Football Championships has set up an extremely tight week of competition, with several sides set to challenge for the titles. The day began with an opening ceremony to welcome players and officials, as well as to sendoff the 10 Australian Open and Senior sides, who are traveling to New Zealand in October for the All Nations Championships. Coffs Harbour Mayor the Hon Keith Rhoades and South Sydney NRL players Joe Williams and John Sutton attended the ceremony, keen to check out the action of day one at the Championships. Traditionally dominated by the combined schools sides and with Queensland Secondary Schools Touch (QSST) defending champions in both divisions, the 2005 event is still proving one of the most open fields in the tournament’s history. MENS DIVISION SUMMARY: The Mens division in particular looks as though any one of six or seven sides could grab the title on their day, with the Sydney Mets, South Queensland Sharks, NQ, Southern NSW Suns and local favourites Northern NSW Eagles all expected to challenge the school sides for a finals berth. The Northern Eagles started strongly, winning 10-3 against the ACT and the Southern Suns also recorded a 6-2 win over Brisbane City. The Eagles and Suns both boast a number of players who represented their regions at the National Under 20 Championships earlier in the year, where the Suns defeated the Eagles in an extremely tight grand final. The Sydney Mets and South Queensland Sharks typified this year’s tournament as they fought it out for a 5-4 win to the Mets, while NQ recorded two wins on their first day and will face tougher sides tomorrow. NSWCHS and QSST both showed they aren’t about to let the regions end their dominance, with NSWCHS recording a first round 15-1 over the Sydney Scorpions and QSST holding back a spirited Northern Territory 12-2. WHO’S LEADING THE MEN’S POOLS? Pool one looks hot (even though that may sound corny), with the Southern Suns and QSST both recording good wins in their first two rounds. The QSST side don’t even look like they’ve really kicked into gear yet, while the Suns look like a very well drilled unit. The Brisbane City Cobras also look like they have the potential to feature come finals time, finishing day one with a strong 13-1 win over Tasmania. In Pool two NSWCHS have had two easy wins, finishing with an 11-2 win over a depleted CQ side. The Hunter Western Hornets have jumped to second in Pool two after two wins over SunCoast and SWQ. Tomorrow will see whether they can match it with more fancied sides such as NSWCHS. Pool three is definitely the pool to watch, with four good teams all capable of challenging come finals. NQ and Sydney Mets are both undefeated in pool three, with Northern Eagles and SQBD both recording a win and a loss on day one. Day two will certainly be telling for this group as NQ and the Mets face off against the Eagles and SQBD. Another addition that heats up pool three is the improvement and more consistent performances from the ACT and Crusaders, who performed well in their first day of matches. WOMENS DIVISION SUMMARY: In the Womens division NSW Combined High Schools (NSWCHS) and QSST both started well, with both teams full of Australian junior representatives and expected to be very tough to beat. NSWCHS recording an 8-2 win in their first round match and a 14-0 win over Tasmania, while QSST warmed up with a 9-0 win over the Sydney Mets and a 14-0 win over the Crusaders (SA and Victoria). NSW Combined Catholic Colleges (NSWCCC) and Western Australia also recorded good wins in their first round matches and showed they are keen to challenge the strength of NSWCHS and QSST, perhaps indicating an upset could be on the cards as the week progresses. The ACT side started well with a 3-2 win over the Sydney Scorpions before falling 4-2 to the Sydney Mets. NSWCIS also showed they’re a team to watch with after going down 8-2 to NSWCHS and then beating TouchWest 2-0. WHO’S LEADING THE WOMEN’S POOLS? NSWCCC and QSST lead Pool one in the Womens Competition, undefeated after the first two rounds, with NSWCCC looking at their strongest in recent years. QSST have already recorded 23 touchdowns in their two matches and have not yet let the opposition cross their line…it will be interesting to see how they go against some tougher opposition. NSWCHS already look like they’ll dominate Pool two, undefeated after two rounds, with Brisbane City Cobras sitting in second. Their draw against North Queensland sets up close competition for the remaining teams in Pool two, as does the performances of TouchWest and NSWCIS. In Pool 3 the Hunter-Western Hornets have jumped to the top of their ladder, with draws being the order of the day in this pool. South Queensland Border Districts (SQBD) and Southern Suns have both recorded two draws for their first two matches and will look to finish their matches off with wins tomorrow. By Rachel Moyle FOR ALL THE LATEST NEWS AND STORIES: www.austouch.com.au has all of the latest news and stories, as well as a photo gallery, match reports and `From the Fishbowl’ reports. FOR ALL THE LATEST DRAWS AND RESULTS: The SportingPulse website has the draws, results and touchdown scorers, as well as some of the stories from www.austouch.com.au and can be accessed using the following link DRAW AND RESULTS FOR 18 YEARS AND UNDER NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS. ARCHIVE: Following the event all stories will be archived on the TFA website Tournaments section which can be found under the ‘Tournaments’ tab or by using this link: 2005 NATIONAL 18 YEARS AND UNDER HOMEPAGE until then though, check www.austouch.com.au regularly for all the news and updates!last_img
 

Video: The Courier-Journal Made A Trippy Cartoon Music Video Of John Calipari’s “Enough Talking, Let’s Ball” Speech

first_imgJohn Calipari cartoon music video.The Courier-JournalBack in October during “Big Blue Madness,” John Calipari kicked off this Kentucky basketball season with the phrase “enough talking, let’s ball,” followed by a mic drop.  At 16-0, they’ve certainly done that, and now Calipari’s “Let’s Ball” had been turned into a very trippy 8-bit music video by the folks at The Courier-Journal. Would it shock anyone if this started playing at Rupp before games? Not us. We expect that it’ll get pretty big with the Kentucky bar and house party scene as well if the ‘Cats keep winning this year.[The Courier-Journal]last_img read more

ALL Civil Servants are being asked to report to work

first_img Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, September 12, 2017 – Providenciales – TCIG is calling on ALL civil servants to report back to work Tuesday, September 12 – Wedesday, September 13 & take active steps to salvage any Government assets and files within their office.TCIG further advises staff members in key departments such as Planning, Customs, Immigration, etc. are being asked to return to active duty with effect tomorrow.Release: TCIGlast_img read more