Funeral services will be held at Melancon’s Funeral Home, 1605 Avenue H in Nederland on Monday, October 28, 2013 at 6:00 p.m. A gathering of the family and friends will be held from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. prior to the service at the funeral home. Red is survived by his daughters, Linda Wynans of Spring Hill, TN and Terrie Bennett of Nederland, TX; grandchildren, Kyle Bennett Moore of Nederland, TX, Alexandra Wynans of Spring Hill, TN, Chad and Ryan Moore; sister, Helen Bennett McCabe of Spring City, TN, and numerous nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his parents, grandson, Richard Wynans, and brothers, William Trago and Robert Kenneth Bennett. The family would like to acknowledge, John Franklin, for his many acts of kindness and caring help.Details and registry available at Melancons.org. Don “Red” Bennett, 80, of Port Neches, passed away on Thursday, October 24, 2013 at Christus Hospital-Saint Mary in Port Arthur. He was born on August 12, 1933 in Elyria, Ohio to the late Henry and Sarah Coffman Bennett. He was a lifetime and dedicated member and past Commander of the American Legion Butler-Redd Post 493 in Nederland. He retired as an Air Traffic Controller with the Federal Aviation Administration at Jack Brooks Airport. Red served his country proudly in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War Conflict.
Lamar sports informationNACOGDOCHES – There’s just one regular season weekend series left in the long and successful career of Lamar head coach Jim Gilligan. And with the Southland Conference tournament less than one week away, it’ll be a big weekend in terms of seeding when the Cardinals take the field at Stephen F. Austin in league action at Jaycees Field.The series is slated to start Thursday night at 6:30, although the weather may have a say in that. The second game is scheduled for 2 o’clock Friday and the regular season finale will be played at 1 p.m. Saturday afternoon. Heading into the weekend, Lamar (32-17, 17-10 Southland Conference) has the fourth seed while Stephen F. Austin (27-25, 14-13) sits with the sixth seed- still battling to lock a spot in the tournament.For the Cardinals, the series also gives them a chance to right the ship before they head into the tourney. Big Red has dropped seven of its last eight, and is being outscored by a hair less than three runs a game in the stretch.As he has all season, right-hander Will Hibbs (9-2, 2.92 earned run average) will take the mound for Lamar in the first game of the series. The senior was touched up early against Sam Houston State, but settled in and eventually finished the game strong. He’s pitched 86 1/3 innings this year with just 28 earned runs scored on him. He’s struck out 90 batters with only 24 walks.Southpaw Patrick Ledet (6-1, 3.62) will oppose him on the hill. Ledet has pitched 69 2/3 innings with 28 earned runs allowed. He’s punched out 61 hitters and walked 20. For SFA, LHP Erik Nouis (4-4, 3.86) will take the hillFriday night. He’s worked a team-high 72 1/3 innings with 31 earned runs allowed. He will be opposed by righty Billy Love (5-4, 3.76).Neither team has chosen a starter for the season finale.The Lumberjacks have a stout offensive group that is hitting .301 for the season with an average of 6.8 runs per game. Connor Fikes leads the team with a .371 batting average, Nick Ramos leads with 47 runs scored, Kyle Thornell has 11 home runs on the year and Garrett McMullen has 55 run batted in.McMullen is hitting .364, Thornell is at .348, Zac Michener is hitting .341 and Tyler Kendrick hits .330 on the year.Stijn van der Meer has taken hold of the top spot in the batting average race at Lamar. His .370 average narrowly edges Reid Russell’s .369. Russell is the league’s leader in homers (16) and his 57 RBI ranks second, shy of Jameson Fisher’s 59.Van der Meer has a shot at finishing in the top five at in LU’s career batting average list. His .360 average sits fifth heading in. Russell is two homers shy of tying Michael Ambort’s school record 18, and he could be the first Cardinal to 60 RBI since Ambort did it in 2007.Jake Nash, who is hitting .308, has 40 runs scored and 39 driven in. With one more run, he would be the first 40-40 player at LU since Darian Johnson and Sam Bumpers in 2013. Bryndan Arredondo is hitting .309 on the year and Cutter McDowell is on the brink of .300 at .298.As a team, the Cardinals are hitting .295 with a 6.2 runs per game average.Tickets to the Southland Conference Tournament are already on sale. An all-tournament pass, which allows entry into all 15 possible games of the tournament, is $60. A single-day pass, which will include four games on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday with a possibility of three games on Saturday, is $18 each day. Children five and under will be admitted free of charge, while students at Southland Conference Institutions will also gain free admission with a valid student ID.Students at Southland Conference institutions will also gain free admission with a valid student ID.Tickets are available for purchase at the Constellation Field box office, by phone at 281-240-4487 and online at sugarlandskeeters.com. Online orders are subject to a $2 service charge per ticket.
On occasion, she said, she’ll see birders on the trail and one lone figure jogs the area. She lives nearby but says there are few outdoorsmen in hear nearby neighborhood. That might change if the area became an established outdoor destination.Worth a shot? Right now, nothing’s happening there. What’s to harm by keeping the pathways clear? A Pleasure Island resident seems determined to create a nature preserve from an abandoned golf course and we can only ask: Why not?Carolyn Worsham, a public school educator for almost four decades, has been hacking away at the 2.5-mile trek, which uses cart paths along the back nine holes of the now dormant The Palms golf course, for a year.If successful, she and her friends would give walkers, cyclists, joggers, birders and more the chance to enjoy the natural wonders of a manmade island without costing the city much in resources. The trek would make a great place for student outings. Right now, a gate bars the public from access to the path, but she and friends — they include a couple of former City Councilmembers — have used mostly their own garden tools and their own contributions to cut back the overgrowth and make apparent the gorgeous trees, budding wildflowers and the natural habitat of mostly non-aggressive animals — rabbits, turtles, hogs, gators and others — residing in a 300-acre area. The animals are wild, she said, but not aggressive to humans.Worsham’s been at it for about a year, enlisting the talents of friends to assist the process. Her efforts have laid plain to those who walk the path its many natural features, including gorgeous ponds.She’s found some allies but not enough. Councilmember Cal Jones has been encouraging, she said; so was former interim City Manager Harvey Robinson. She seldom sees others on the path, and that’s likely because it lies behind a gate and has no formal standing. Signage and educational materials might encourage other Port Arthur people to enjoy the area, much of which rolls along the course of the ship channel, with excellent views of city landmarks like the Woodrow Wilson Early College High School, Lamar State College Port Arthur and the Masonic Lodge. Tankers traveling the ship channel loom large along and over the path.Worsham says upkeep would be minimal — after all, it’s a natural setting — and local outdoor enthusiasts might be called upon to help maintain it. The benefits, though, might be huge.Worsham said there’s no shortage of literature that suggests that exposure to the outdoors is good for our health and mental health. If a single person a day walked the trail, she said, it would be worth the effort.“I’m not a rabble-rouser,” she said. “I just like being out here.”
Funeral services are scheduled for 9:00 A.M. March 14, 2020 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church located at 3648 Sgt. Lucien Adams Drive in Port Arthur, Texas with Father Jacob Mado, OSA, officiating.Burial will follow at Johnson Memorial cemetery under the direction of Gabriel Funeral Home. David Brown, age 75, passed away peacefully surrounded by family and friends on March 8th, 2020 at The Medical Center of Southeast Texas.He was born September 23rd, 1944 in Dubuisson (Saint Landry Parish, Louisiana) to the late Lucy Brown and the late Eddie Weaver.He was a 1964 graduate of Abraham Lincoln High School. He was an active member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church where he served as an Usher until its’ closing. He united in Holy Matrimony to the late Eda Rubin in 1965 and to their union one son was born, Quentin Brown Sr.He later wed with Carolyn Crout-Brown and became an exceptional Father to Shannon Dennis Galvan (Vincent), Jesse Dennis, (Iris) and Heather Dennis (Michael).He was employed at Texaco Refinery- Huntsman until his retirement on December 31st, 2005. Survivors include his sons- Quentin Brown, Sr. (Jacquelyn) and Jesse Dennis Jr. (Iris). Daughters – Heather Dennis (Michael) and Shannon Dennis Galvan (Vincent). Brothers: Robert Stevens, (Linda) and Joshua Stevens, (Paula) Aunts: Mary Brown, Francis Tatmon and Augustine Thomas. Uncle – Joseph Brown, (Vesta) and a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins.A visitation is scheduled for March 13th, 2020 at Gabriel Funeral Home, located at 2500 Procter St, Port Arthur, TX 77640 from 6:00 P.M. until 9:00 P.M.
If you do plan to be with others outside your household, then:Stay at least 6 feet (2 arm lengths) away from the other people and wear a mask.Wear a face covering or mask that is at least 2 layers of cloth and covers your nose and your mouth. It should fit snugly against the sides of your face and should wrap under your chin. This is about protecting others from your germs.Wash your hands often, with soap and water for 20 seconds. If water is not available, use hand sanitizer with at least 60 percent alcohol. Wash or sanitize your hands before you touch your face or remove your mask.If you are attending a gathering, please consider the following:Have the gathering outside. If it is inside, open windows and leave doors open to keep air moving.Bring your own food, drinks, plates, cups and silverware.Wear a mask. Wear the mask when dishing food. Keep the mask safely stored (not laying on the table) when you are eating or drinking.Consider using disposable items such as paper plates and glasses, and single serving condiments like ketchup, salt and pepper.Avoid food preparation areas: It is not the preparing of the foods, it is the talking, visiting and closeness as we prepare the foods that helps spread the virus.If you choose to share food, have 1 person serving that is wearing gloves and a mask.Clean frequently touched surfaces often (door handles, counter tops, backs of chairs).After the gathering:Consider staying in quarantine for 14 days, particularly if you have traveled, or have been around travelers, or were around others not from your household. At a minimum, be vigilant about keeping your distance from others and wearing a mask properly.Everyone should monitor themselves for symptoms for 2 weeks after the gathering. If anyone does get ill, even mild illness, please let the others at the gathering know and consider getting tested. Please make the holidays saferAs the Holidays approach, we are asking everyone to do things a bit differently. The larger the family gathering, the higher your chances of being exposed to the virus. Try to keep your family gatherings to those that already live in your household or just the people you already interact with and already do life with.If you are ill or have any symptoms, do NOT attend any gathering or be around other people. If you have COVID and have not met CDC criteria for release from isolation, or you have been around anyone with COVID, or who has been ill in the previous 14 days, do NOT attend any gathering or be around other people. BEAUMONT — The following information from the Southeast Texas Regional Health Departments addresses how residents of Chambers, Hardin, Jasper, Jefferson, Newton, Orange and Tyler Counties, including the City of Beaumont and City of Port Arthur, can safely celebrate Thanksgiving during the COVID-19 pandemic.Like you, we in Public Health are tired of the COVID virus. We don’t like the changes any more than you do. But over the last 8 months we have learned some things about this virus.It is shared person to person, as we do life together. It is shared when we gather to celebrate or eat meals. We share it with our co-workers, or when we gather for worship. It is shared as we practice and play sports or work out (even in the home gyms).Everyone responds differently to the virus. Many people only complain of ‘sinus symptoms’ or ‘allergy symptoms’. Thirty percent or more do not have a fever of 100.0 degrees or higher. Most people, about 80 percent, have mild to moderate symptoms and don’t need any help. But 20 percent are more severe and need some medical intervention of medication, oxygen or hospitalization.And, although the death rate is only 2-3 percent overall, it is up to 30 percent or higher the older you get and the more medical problems you have.
Based on actual events, Casa Valentina is set in the 1960s and tells the tale of men who went to the Catskill Mountains to escape the summer heat, and something else entirely: being men. Nestled in the land of dirty dancing and borscht belt comedy sat an inconspicuous bungalow colony that catered to a very special clientele: heterosexual men whose favorite pastime was dressing and acting as women. It was paradise for these men—white-collar professionals with families—to spend their weekends discreetly and safely inhabiting their chosen female alter egos. But when faced with the opportunity to become an official organization, these “self-made women” had to decide whether public recognition would help them gain a place in open society or spell their own personal disaster. Casa Valentina Four-time Tony winner Harvey Fierstein’s world premiere play Casa Valentina will be part be a part of Manhattan Theatre Club’s 2013-14 season. Directed by two-time Tony winner Joe Mantello, the play will begin previews on April 1, 2014 and open on April 23 at Broadway’s Samuel J. Friedman Theatre. Casa Valentina marks Fierstein’s first play in almost 30 years. Related Shows View Comments Casa Valentina joins an already jam-packed season for MTC that includes Sharr White’s The Snow Geese, directed by Daniel Sullivan and starring Mary-Louise Parker, Amanda Peet’s The Commons of Pensacola, directed by Lynne Meadow and starring Blythe Danner and Sarah Jessica Parker; John Patrick Shanley’s Outside Mullingar, directed by Doug Hughes and starring Brian F. O’Byrne and Debra Messing; Dennis Kelly’s Taking Care of Baby, directed by Erica Schmidt and starring Reed Birney and Margaret Colin; Sarah Treem’s When We Were Young and Unafraid, directed by Pam MacKinnon and starring Cherry Jones; and David Grimm’s world premiere play Tales From Red Vienna. Show Closed This production ended its run on June 29, 2014
Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 17, 2014 Rocky Timbers earned Tony nominations for co-directing Peter and the Starcatcher and writing the book of Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, which he also directed. His other directing credits include Here Lies Love, The Pee-wee Herman Show, Gutenberg! The Musical, Boozy and A Very Merry Unauthorized Children’s Scientology Christmas Pageant. Timbers also recently directed an exploratory presentation of a live show starring the Muppets for Disney Theatrical. Related Shows According to The Hollywood Reporter, Rosaline, written by Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber ((500) Days of Summer, The Spectacular Now), is “set in the classic period of the play but uses modern language as it tells the story from the viewpoint of Rosaline, Romeo’s first love, whom he dumps for her cousin, Juliet.” Based on Rebecca Serle’s 2012 novel When You Were Mine, Rosaline has been “compared to Wicked…in the sense that it tells a classic story from a different perspective.” Alex Timbers is going to make Romeo & Juliet really, really funny! Nope, we’re not kidding. The two-time Tony-nominated director, whose musical production of Rocky will enter the Broadway ring in February, has signed on to direct Rosaline, a “comedic and revisionist” take on Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet. No actors are attached to the film. View Comments
The 9th Reconnaissance Wing, Beale’s host wing, is responsible for providing national and theater command authorities with timely, reliable, high-quality, high-altitude reconnaissance products. To accomplish this mission, the wing is equipped with the nation’s fleet of U-2 and RQ-4 reconnaissance aircraft and associated support equipment. The wing also maintains a high state of readiness in its expeditionary combat support forces for potential deployment in response to theater contingencies.The wing’s U-2 Dragon Lady aircraft provide high-altitude, all-weather surveillance and reconnaissance, day or night, in direct support of U.S. and allied forces. At any given moment, day or night, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, there is probably a U-2 aircraft from the 9th Reconnaissance Wing flying an operational mission somewhere in the world.The RQ-4 Global Hawk is an unmanned, remotely piloted, high-altitude reconnaissance platform. It can linger over a target for 24 hours. The RQ-4 provides Air Force and joint battlefield commanders near-real-time, high-resolution intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance imagery.940TH AIR REFUELING WINGThe 940th Air Refueling Wing is an Air Force Reserve tenant unit at Beale AFB. The wing has a long and distinguished history dating back to 1963. Beginning with troop carriers, the mission transitioned to air transport, military airlift, tactical airlift, air refueling, the C2ISR (command, control, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance) mission and back to air refueling. The wing fulfills this mission with the KC-135 Stratotanker.The KC-135 Stratotanker provides the core aerial refueling capability for the U.S. Air Force and has excelled in this role for more than 50 years. This unique asset enhances the Air Force’s capability to accomplish its mission of global reach. It provides aerial refueling support to Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and allied nation aircraft. The KC-135 is also capable of transporting litter and ambulatory patients using support pallets during aeromedical evacuations.548TH INTELLIGENCE, SURVEILLANCE AND RECONNAISSANCE GROUPThe 548th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group has a proud history dating back to World War II. The group’s mission is to deliver combat power from the air with intelligence that assures allies and wins wars. The group operates and maintains a $1 billion Air Force Distributed Common Ground System weapon system, providing combatant commanders with processing, exploitation and dissemination of actionable intelligence data collected by U-2, MQ-1, MQ-9, RQ-4 and MC-12W aircraft and other platforms as required.The group is organized into two sections: operations and support. The operational side includes the 13th and 9th intelligence squadrons, which are responsible for the production and exploitation of the tangible intelligence. The 48th Intelligence Squadron provides maintenance and sustainment of in-garrison and deployed segments of the Air Force Distributed Common Ground System weapon system.7TH SPACE WARNING SQUADRONThe 7th Space Warning Squadron guards the U.S. west coast against sea-launched ballistic missiles. The unit is a geographically separated unit of the 21st Space Wing at Peterson AFB, Colorado.The squadron is primarily responsible for detecting sea-launched ballistic missiles fired from submarines in the Pacific Ocean. The unit then determines how many missiles were launched and their probable destination, and reports that to the North American Aerospace Defense Command’s missile warning center, Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station; U.S. Strategic Command, Offutt AFB; and national command authorities. This unit helps form a two-layered, worldwide network of missile warning systems that also detects intercontinental ballistic missiles launched toward North America.The squadron’s corollary mission of missile defense supports the ground-based midcourse defense element of the Ballistic Missile Defense System. In addition, the squadron helps track earth-orbiting satellites, and reports the information to the Joint Space Operations Center at Vandenberg AFB, California.The squadron uses a Phased Array Warning System radar, known as PAVE PAWS. It uses nearly 3,600 small active antenna elements coordinated by two computers. One computer is online at all times, while the second automatically takes control if the first fails. The computers control the distribution of energy to the antennas to form precise patterns, allowing the radar to detect objects moving at a very high speed since no mechanical parts limit the radar sweep.The radar can change its point of focus in milliseconds, while conventional radars may take up to a minute to mechanically swing from one area to another. The main building is shaped like a pyramid with a triangular base 105 feet on each side. The two radiating faces are tilted back 20 degrees. PAVE PAWS radar beams reach outward for nearly 3,000 nautical miles in a 240-degree sweep. At its extreme range, it can detect an object the size of a small car. Smaller objects can be detected at closer range.713TH COMBAT OPERATIONS SQUADRONAs part of 10th Air Force, Air Force Reserve Command, the 713th Combat Operations Squadron is a geographically separated unit assigned to the 610th Air Operations Group, March Air Reserve Base, California. The unit is split between two locations: the 713th Combat Operations Squadron at Beale AFB and its subordinate unit, the 713th Combat Operations Squadron Detachment 1 at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii.The mission of the 713th Combat Operations Squadron is to provide steady state, contingency and wartime augmentation to the Air Force forces staff of Headquarters Pacific Air Forces through direct augmentation, reach-back capability and the ability to deploy throughout the Pacific theater. The squadron delivers mission-essential, operational-level command and control capability and continuity across the entire spectrum of military operations from humanitarian assistance to combat operations. The squadron is the only U.S. Air Force Reserve unit designated to support the Air Force forces staff mission role.
If you want the maximum range, you’ll need to go with their 1×13 setup, which means using their rear hub. Why? Because while it uses a standard HG freehub, the hubshell is slightly narrower because the 10-tooth cog hangs off the end of the freehub, and the axles are reworked to fit in Boost frames. For U.S. customers, you can have Rotor get a custom rear wheel made through Wheelbuilders.com with various rims.The shifting is a closed system, which has been finalized over an open system they were considering when we saw the group in April. Technically, this means it has a nearly infinite service life since contaminants can’t enter the system, but they recommend annual bleeds and fills just to be safe.The lever looks like a dual system like most other brands, but in fact is just a single push-or-push-further design. Push it a little bit to release, and push further to “pull” the derailleur onto a larger (easier) cog. The smaller secondary lever is there as an alternate thumb position that’s easier to reach when you’re way back off the saddle during aggressive descents.The back side has a reach adjust screw that lets you set the starting position for the shift lever. Retail prices are $999 for the shifter and derailleur alone, or €2,549 / £2,399 / $2,899 (Performance Kit), €1,799 / £1,699 / $2,099 (Super Light Kit) and €1,399 / £1,299 / $1,599 (Mountain Ready Kit). Check out our Sea Otter coverage for additional details and video.Rotor InSpider universal power meterThus far, Rotor has offered their InPower spindle-based power meter, which could be mixed and matched with strain gauges inside the drive side crank arm. This gave you the option of measuring left, right, or both. The new InSpider offers a third option and sits between the two in price.Since it’s only on one side, it offers virtual left side power, but has some interesting tech that helps it compensate for temperature and other fluctuations. The system uto calibrates in real time, so there are no gaps in your data (they say some spider-based power meters need will periodically restart to re-calibrate themselves mid-ride).Aero crown available for triathlon chainrings, and the design can be put on any of their current direct-mount road or mountain bike cranksets, with 1x or 2x chainrings.Claimed weight for the spider is 149g, which allows them to build up the lightest (their claim) Power Meter MTB crankset at 506g with their Kapic Carbon. Works with Super Boost, Boost and “original” mountain bike frames, but the inside does stick out slightly, so you’ll want to check around the BB area to make sure there’s adequate clearance.It’s rechargeable using a magnetic connection. They rate it at 225 hours of run time with a three hour full recharge time.Retail is $649 for the spider, plus whichever crankset you want to put it on.RotorBike.com Let’s start with the mix and match options, then we’ll get into the full group. If you like the idea of a lightweight hydraulic shifting group, you could run their shifter and derailleur with a SRAM Eagle cassette. Or, if you like SRAM Eagle shifter and derailleur, the spacing is the same on Rotor’s 12-speed cassette on a SRAM Eagle drivetrain. So, you could drop a about 30g if you’re running the biggest cassette. Or you could save a lot more if you’re looking for less range and tighter gear steps…here’s all the weights: First shown last Sea Otter, the Rotor 1×13 hydraulic shifting mountain bike group is finally in production and shipping soon. Not interested in switching away from SRAM or Shimano? There’s still something here for you. They’re also offering a 1×12 group, which has the benefit of using a standard Shimano HG freehub body. And with an 11-52 cassette, you barely lose any range over the latest 12-speed groups from the big boys. What you do lose, though, is weight, and a good bit of it…
Euskaltel-Euskadi officially launched their team this week at the Euskalduna Palace in Bilbao, Spain, unveiling a team which will include Olympic champion Samuel SÃƒÂ¡nchez and young prospect Romain Sicard, the 2009 U23 Road World Champion. General manager Igor GonzÃƒÂ¡lez de Galdeano said that the Tour de France would continue to be a main goal for the team, while also focusing on what the team considers Ã¢â‚¬Å“homeÃ¢â‚¬Â races.The focus of the evening was on the rich heritage of the Euskaltel-Euskadi team, boasting Ã¢â‚¬Å“17 years in the elite.Ã¢â‚¬Â GonzÃƒÂ¡lez stressed the teamÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Basque Country roots, and called this season as Ã¢â‚¬Å“the start of a new challenge and of a year that will be very important for usÃ¢â‚¬Â. The team also celebrated the new with the signing of Sicard, who will be closely watched by all in the peloton as a rising star. Sicard only recently upgraded to professional status after a successful season with the Orbea Continental squad, and is looking forward to a new season with a new team. Ã¢â‚¬Å“ItÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s a new world for me, a new level, but IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢m delighted to be part of a team in this country, and itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s also one of the best teams on the international cycling sceneÃ¢â‚¬Â. Full roster after the jumpÃ¢â‚¬Â¦2010 Euskaltel-Euskadi Official RosterReturning riders:Igor AntÃƒÂ³nJavier AramendiaJorge AzanzaSergio de LisKoldo FernÃƒÂ¡ndez de LarreaAitor GaldosAitor HernÃƒÂ¡ndezIÃƒÂ±aki IsasiEgoi MartÃƒÂnezMikel NieveJuanjo OrozAlan PÃƒÂ©rezRubÃƒÂ©n PÃƒÂ©rezSamuel SÃƒÂ¡nchezAmets TxurrukaPablo UrtasunIvÃƒÂ¡n VelascoGorka VerdugoNew signings:Jonathan CastroviejoMiguel MÃƒÂnguezDaniel SesmaRomain SicardBeÃƒÂ±at IntxaustiGorka Izagirre