Community Collects Donations For 2019 Community Asset Awards … Nominations Due Christmas Eve

first_imgAspen Copies, Metzgers, Morning Glory Bakery, Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce, White Rock United Methodist Church, Village Arts and the Los Alamos Daily Post collected donations for Champions of Youth Ambition’s (C’YA) as they launched the 2019 Community Asset Awards. Nominations of youth, adults, businesses and organizations are due by 5 p.m. Christmas Eve. Complete the form online at The organization also works on youth leadership, hands-on science in elementary schools and sending cards to local military troops. Courtesy photolast_img

P5-million worth of gold medal

first_imgPHILIPPINE athletes bound for the 2018 Asian Games in Indonesia are expected to be more determined to take home gold medals as P5-million worth of cash reward awaits them.The Philippine government and Philippine Olympic Committee are set to give out P2 million each while Siklab Atleta Pilipinas Sports Foundation will be handing out P1 million.President Rodrigo Duterte said during the sendoff ceremony in Malacañang Palace that Filipino athletes should give their best and play fair and square in pursuit of gold medals.“All I ask from you is that you do your best and that you do it fair and square,” said Duterte. “In return, trust that we will continue to support the development of our athletes and intensify our commitment towards sports excellence and global competitiveness.”“Every victory you bring back home is shared by the entire nation. We pray for your well-being and we hope for your successful trip and also a safe return to the country,” the President added.The President has also expressed his gratitude on the athletes for flying the flag of the country and assured them that the government is behind them.“All you got here is proof of your commitment and dedication to your respective sports and the sacrifices you went through just to become part of this national team. Your presence here is a testament to the indomitable Filipino spirit,” said Duterte.He added: “Remember that you do not only compete for yourselves, but also carry with you the pride of your families, your community, and the entire Filipino nation.”The Philippine team is hoping to improve on their feat in the 2014 Asian Games where they took home 15 medals — one gold from BMX rider Daniel Caluag, three silver and 11 bronze medals.*** Victorias City’s Don Bosco Technical Institute (DBTI) started strong in the 2018 Dynamic Football League (DFL) 2nd Conference last weekend at the Sta. Maria Football Field in Talisay City, Negros Occidental.Teams from DBTI have racked up three victories in the opening day against Bata Elementary School, 4-3, in the Born 2006 and above, 21-0 over the same school in Born 2008 and above and 27-0 vs University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos in 2001 and above girls.In other Born 2006 and above matches, Sikatz-Sum-ag scored double victories, beating Kanlaon HIJOS Football Club (KHFC), 4-1, and Sagay City, 8-0; Trinity Christian School beat Alejandro Acuña Yap Quiña Memorial Elementary School, 12-2; and Bata Elementary School drew the University of St. La Salle-B (USLS-B), 2-2.In the Born 2008 and above category, UNO-R defeated Rizal Elementary School, 8-3; St. John’s Institute beat Mabini FC, 8-0; and USLS-C beat St. Scholastica’s Academy (SSA), 4-3. In the Born 2010 and above category, Villa Angela beat Bata Elementary School, 12-0.Meanwhile, on the distaff side, Bata Elementary School beat USLS-B 22-0 in the Born 2001 and above category; while USLS-C beat SSA, 9-2, in the Born 2008 and above category.“Since the annual football league started in 2013, DFL continuously provided opportunities for children to develop their skills and character on and off the pitch,” according to DFL chairman Andrew Infante./PNlast_img read more

UWF Volleyball Defeats Loyola-New Orleans, 3-1

first_img PENSACOLA, Fla. – The University of West Florida volleyball team (12-4, 3-0 GSC) defeated Loyola-New Orleans, 25-21, 23-25, 25-18, 25-18 at the UWF Field House. Chelsea Wilhoite led the Argos with 15 kills and hit .323 for the night. Gina Gill had 13 kills for the Wolfpack.In set one, back to back aces by setter Molly Pearce (Tallahassee) put the Argos up 10-6. West Florida later built a 15-9 lead with a kill by Kara Gonzalez (St. Augustine). A Katie Johnson (Tallahassee) kill put the Argos up 24-20 and another Johnson kill gave UWF set one, 25-21. Johnson and Chandler Carney (Indianapolis, Ind.) both had four kills in the set, as the Argos outhit the Wolfpack, .229 to .074.A kill by Wilhoite (Jacksonville) tied set two at 3-3 early. An attack error by Johnson and a bad set by Pearce gave the Wolfpack the 11-7 lead. A Carney kill tied the set, 21-21. A bad set by Abby Timmer (Grand Rapids, Mich.) and a kill by Amanda Oldani put the score at 24-22 and set up set point for Loyola-New Orleans. A kill by Kailey Tuthill gave the Wolfpack set two, 25-23. A kill by Timmer tied set three, 9-9. This was the start of a nine point run by the Argonauts, which included two Johnson kills, an ace by Anna Stoecklein (St. Charles, Mo.) and a kill by Carney. The Wolfpack came within three at 20-17 on an attack error by Argo Jamie Nichols (Crawfordville). A Timmer kill gave UWF set three, 25-18. UWF took an early 8-3 lead in set four on a kill by Timmer. Back to back kills by Johnson and Timmer made the score 12-6, UWF. Back to back kills by Nichols gave UWF the 17-12 lead. Loyola-New Orleans went on a five point run later in the set to make the score 21-18, UWF. A kill by Carney from Pearce gave UWF set four and the match, 25-18. The Argos will be on the road for the next six matches. This coming weekend, UWF will travel to face North Alabama on Friday at 7 p.m. and Alabama-Huntsville on Saturday at 1 p.m. UWF will face Saint Leo on the road on Thursday, October 14 before competing in the Florida Southern Regional Crossover October 15-16. Live audio for all of these matches will be available on information on all UWF Athletics, visit — –____________________________________________________________________________________                            Short Box Score (Match)                          2010 West Florida Volleyball          Loyola vs #23 West Florida (Oct 05, 2010 at Pensacola, Fla.)  West Florida def. Loyola 25-21,23-25,25-18,25-18  Loyola (14-11, 2-1 SSAC) (Kills-aces-blocks) – Gina Gill 13-1-2;  Kailey Tuthill 9-0-0; Sabrina Stansberry 7-1-2; Lindsay Mullinix  5-0-2; Ashley England 3-0-4; Samantha Worsham 3-0-1; Amanda Oldani  1-1-0; Totals 41-3-7.0. (Assists) – Samantha Worsham 35. (Dig leaders)  – Amanda Oldani 16; Alex Blitzer 10  West Florida (12-4, 3-0 GSC) (Kills-aces-blocks) – Chelsea Wilhoite  15-1-4; Chandler Carney 12-0-0; Katie Johnson 11-0-3; Kara Gonzalez  8-0-4; Abby Timmer 8-0-5; Jamie Nichols 7-0-1; Molly Pierce 0-3-0;  Tricia Tirabassi 0-1-0; Anna Stoecklein 0-1-0; Totals 61-6-9.0.  (Assists) – Tricia Tirabassi 30; Molly Pierce 24. (Dig leaders) –  Katie Johnson 16; Anna Stoecklein 14  Site: Pensacola, Fla. (UWF Field House)  Date: Oct 05, 2010   Attend: 124     Time: 1:31           Referees: David Fewell, Lori DueittPrint Friendly Version UWF Volleyball Defeats Loyola-New Orleans, 3-1 Sharecenter_img UWF volleyball player Chelsea Wilhoite last_img read more

Black in danger of losing spot in Blues

first_imgRugby Union Blues first-five Otere Black says he’s willing to do whatever it takes to help his team, even if that means being dropped, so Beauden Barrett can switch to 10. Barrett, the Blues’ marquee signing for the season has been copping criticism recently for under-performing for the club, with pundits questioning whether he should move back to first-five. Former British and Irish Lions first-five Stuart Barnes wrote in a column for the Times on Monday that Barrett should switch back to the position which helped him get voted as a two-time World Rugby player of the year. “New Zealand rugby is in danger of turning one of the most original talents in the history of the sort into a liability,’’ wrote Barnes, who slated Barrett’s performance in the Blues’ 26-15 loss to the Crusaders on Saturday, claiming “his most significant contribution [a crucial kick out on the full] played a part in his team’s demise.” But if Blues coach Leon MacDonald does put Barrett to first-five for Saturday’s game against the Hurricanes in Wellington, that would be tough on Black, who has been playing well, as he’ll pay the price of losing his place in the team because of Barrett’s poor performances. While some may feel it’s not working to have Black at 10 and Barrett at 15, the Maori All Black believes it’s a setup that can work. Last weekend’s game against the Crusaders was one of the highlights of the Super Rugby Aotearoa season. The win to the Crusaders felt like a test match at times and for a while it looked as if the Blues would win in Christchurch for the first time in 16 years. – Stufflast_img read more