Could sweet corn show up at the Farmington Farmers & Artisans Market Saturday?It’s possible, Market Master Walt Gajewski says. But one thing’s certain, you’ll see Michigan peaches and plenty of other produce from growers at the Walter E. Sundquist Farmington Pavilion and Riley Park.Open from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m., the Founders Festival weekend Market will also feature the Friends of the Farmington Community Library used book sale, music by Razor Ray & T Bone Bradley as Full Tilt Boogie Blues, the international flavors of Dobre Pierogi and Evie’s Tamales, and much more.For a list of in-season produce or to learn more about the market, visit farmingtonfarmersmarket.com.Keep in mind that the Greater Farmington Founders Festival parade and LOC Color Run will have Grand River closed in front of the market starting at 8:30 a.m.Here’s a little parking advice from our opening day coverage in May: FARMERS MARKET OPENS SATURDAY, HERE’S WHERE TO PARK Reported by Farmington Voice Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)
[av_one_full first min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=”][av_heading heading=’ Soyud posts 23, AdU wins V-League semis Game 1 ‘ tag=’h3′ style=’blockquote modern-quote’ size=’30’ subheading_active=’subheading_below’ subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’ color=” custom_font=”]BY ADRIAN STEWART CO[/av_heading][av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”]Friday, October 6, 2017[/av_textblock][av_image src=’http://www.panaynews.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/sports-soyud-23-for-web.jpg’ attachment=’119729′ attachment_size=’full’ align=’center’ styling=” hover=” link=” target=” caption=” font_size=” appearance=” overlay_opacity=’0.4′ overlay_color=’#000000′ overlay_text_color=’#ffffff’ animation=’no-animation’][/av_image] [av_textblock size=’18’ font_color=” color=”]MANILA – La Carlota City, Negros Occidental native Christine Joy Soyud scored 23 as Adamson University drew first blood in its Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference best-of-three semifinals match against Far Eastern University.Soyud came up with 18 attacks, four blocks and a service ace, while Bernadeth Flora contributed 14 points for Lady Falcons to score 21-25, 25-22, 20-25, 25-14, 15-8 over Lady Tamaraws at the San Juan Arena.Lady Falcons, which played without injured star Jessica Galanza on Wednesday, may barge into the finals for the first time in years when it notches another victory over Lady Tamaraws on Saturday night.Facing a 2-1 set deficit heading into the fourth set, Lady Falcons broke away from a 9-all deadlock with conversions from Soyud and Flora to take a 20-11 advantage and force a deciding set.From a slow start, Lady Falcons pulled away to a 10-6 lead in the fifth set on hits from Joy Dacoron and Chiara Permentilla. Lady Tamaraws managed to keep the lead close 10-7 on a conversion by Celine Domingo.FEU was still hanging around 11-8 when it committed a costly turnover after three straight conversions by Soyud and Flora, allowing Adamson to clinch the win.“We knew that this was going to be a close match, given both teams’ situations,” said Lady Falcons head coach Airess Padda. “We knew that we needed to dig deep to win Game 1.”Toni Rose Basas top-scored with 21 while Jeanette Villareal added 13 for Lady Tamaraws, which missed the services of Negrense Bernadeth Pons, who was with the school’s beach volleyball team in UAAP./PN[/av_textblock][/av_one_full]
Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Related TopicsAurora GreenmenParma Redmen BROOKLYN, OHIO – The Parma Redmen continued their strong showing in Baron Cup III play, as for the second straight game they recorded a shutout, stopping the Aurora Greenmen 6-0 Saturday afternoon in Brooklyn.Parma will play Sunday at 1pm for the Baron Cup III championship against the winner of Saturday’s second game between the CVCA Royals and the Normandy Invaders. The Redmen started their run to the Baron Cup III title game with a 6-0 shutout win on Monday over the Twinsburg Tigers. Matt Higginbotham had another strong game for the Redmen, as he recorded his second straight hat trick with three goals in the victory.Parma controlled the first period outshooting the Greenmen 16-4, but led it by one at just 1-0 on Higginbotham’s first goal of the game coming with 2:37 to play in the period.The Redmen got it going in the second, as they scored three times to open up a commanding 4-0 advantage after two.The first goal went to Owen Arthur with 8:58 to play in the second making it a 2-0 affair, Matt Piech was credited with the assist.A penalty shot opened the door to make it 3-0 Parma, as Higginbotham found the back of the net past Aurora goalie Jordan Smith with 6:05 to play in the second.The backbreaker came with just :32 left in the period, as again Arthur scored to give Parma a 4-0 advantage, Robert Takacs getting the assist. The third period saw Parma score two more times, with Robbie Gudin scoring first on a pretty shot to make it 5-0 with 6:33 left, and then Higginbotham wrapped up the win with his third goal with 3:40 remaining to make it a 6-0 final. The Greenmen were credited with 24 shots in the setback, Redmen goalie Colin Pinson pushed away each one, earning his second shutout in the tourney. Parma put up 35 shots in the win, 16 in the first, nine in the second and 10 in the third period. Check out some photos below from the Redmen and Greenmen! Matt Loede
Friday at 1 p.m. EDT Mississippi basketball phenom Malik Newman is expected to make his college commitment announcement. You can watch that live here. Newman is expected to choose between Mississippi State, Kentucky and several other schools.If you cannot see the video below, please press here <!–iframe–>
Share this:FacebookTwitter CARYVILLE, TN (WLAF) -A drug interdiction operation conducted by Caryville Chief of Police Brian Keeton and members of the Caryville Police Department on Friday netted five arrests.Keeton details that the purpose of the operation was to gain information and to eradicate drugs from the Caryville Community. The Chief said, “This type of operation is conducted every couple of months using the entire CPD staff, and that it is primarily carried out through traffic stops.”TOP PHOTO: The community expressed its thanks to the Caryville Police Officers for all their hard work; Brandon Cairns, James McCall, Chief Brian Keeton, Aaron Johnson and Daniel GarrettThe course of the operation yielded the following information:Five drug arrestsTwo warrant arrestsOne driving on revoked arrestFour traffic citations were issuedRobert A Trippensee:Felony Possession Sched II Meth, Felony Possession Drug Paraphernalia, Possession Sched II Meth andPossession Drug ParaphernaliaMary Cotton:Possession Sched IIIPossession Sched VIWarren Poore:Possession Sched VIDrug ParaphernaliaSuzanne Grainger:Possession Sched II MethPossession Sched III SuboxoneSimple Possession MarijuanaJay Perdin:Bench Warrant Campbell CoKevin Leifling:Warrant: Violation of ProbationDavid Simpson:Driving on Revoked 3rd Offense (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 11/02/2019-4PM)
BATON ROUGE – LSU coach Les Miles was asked point blank Wednesday night, “Do you think Brandon Harris will play in the next game?”Miles started to say something, but he did not finish the thought and started another one. “I’m not ready to say,” he said after the Tigers’ practice in preparation for their next game on Thanksgiving night at Texas A&M.And so it – the LSU quarterback saga – goes. Starting quarterback Anthony Jennings directed an offense in a 17-0 loss Saturday night at Arkansas that produced the fewest total yards – 123 – in a Tigers’ regular season game since 1975 for LSU’s first regular season shutout since 2002.LSU (7-4, 3-4 SEC) and Texas A&M (7-4, 3-4 SEC) close the regular season at 6:30 on ESPN a week from Thursday.“He takes care of the ball. He makes the other 10 players better,” Miles said of Jennings. LSU had its worst rushing game – 36 yards on 32 carries – since the 2009 season at Arkansas.Miles has said leading up to LSU’s last two games – both losses for Miles’ first two-game losing streak in a season since 2008 – that Harris would see significant playing time. But he did not. Harris, a true freshman from Parkway High in Bossier City, has not seen significant snaps since starting the 41-7 loss at Auburn on Oct. 4 when he went 3-of-14 for 58 yards.“The position takes some time,” Miles said. “It’s stem motion, checks. It’s an encompassing position. Certainly, those are the things that are going to get him to the field.”Asked about the parts of Harris’ game that he likes, Miles said, “He has a natural arm. He can run, and he’s competitive. We like him a lot. But is he?”Miles did not finish the thought and started another one. “Hopefully, by the time we get to the game, he’ll have taken some more steps and allows us to get him into the game,” he said. “We’re going to see if we can bring the quality of quarterback play up with competition.”Jennings, a sophomore, completed 12 of 22 passes at Arkansas for 87 yards – an average of 3.9 yards an attempt after averaging 2.9 yards an attempt the week before in the loss to Alabama. He is 90th in the nation and 13th in the SEC in passing efficiency at 116.3 on 92 completions in 192 attempts for 1,353 yards and nine touchdowns with six interceptions. Harris has a 175.0 efficiency mark on 25-of-45 passing for 452 yards and six touchdowns with two interceptions.ALEXANDER DUE BACK: Starting left guard Vadal Alexander, who missed the Arkansas game with an injured hand suffered against Alabama, is expected to play in the regular season finale at Texas A&M, Miles said Wednesday.The news is not as good for starting center Elliot Porter, who remains questionable for both the Texas A&M game and a bowl game after suffering an ankle injury at Arkansas. “Not so certain about this game,” Miles said of Porter. “Not so certain about the bowl game.”Tailback Kenny Hilliard (shoulder) is not expected to play at Texas A&M. Starting cornerback Rashard Robinson is also not expected to play against the Aggies as he remains on indefinite suspension. He missed the Alabama and Arkansas games on suspension.MILES PRAISES HOGS PLAN, CRITICIZES HIS: On Saturday night after the loss at Arkansas, Miles called the Hogs’ passing game “imaginative.” On Wednesday, Miles continued the praise. “They had a nice game plan. They really did,” he said.Miles then criticized his and offensive coordinator Cam Cameron’s game plan. “We needed to not be as predictable,” he said. “We’re looking for more balance.”MILES 7th HIGHEST PAID: LSU coach Les Miles is the seventh highest paid college football coach in the country at $4.3 million in 2014, according to the latest salary database released by the USA Today.The top six are Alabama’s Nick Saban at $7.1 million, Michigan State’s Mark Dantonio at $5.6 million, Oklahoma’s Bob Stoops at $5.05 million, Texas A&M’s Kevin Sumlin at $5 million, Texas’ Charlie Strong at $5 million and Ohio State’s Urban Meyer at $4.5 million.The lowest paid coach of the 121 recorded by USA Today was Appalachian State’s Scott Satterfield at $225,000 a year. UL Monroe coach Todd Berry was 120th at $358,250. Louisiana Tech coach Skip Holtz was 96th at $510,000, and UL coach Mark Hudspeth was 71st at $1.03 million.QUOTE OF THE DAY:“I didn’t expect that in any way.”– LSU coach Les Miles when asked if he was shocked by his then 20th-ranked team’s 17-0 loss at then 4-5 and 0-5 Arkansas last week.LSU at Texas A&MGame: 6:30 p.m., Nov. 27, Kyle Field.Records: LSU 7-4, 3-4; A&M 7-4, 3-4.TV: ESPN.Radio: 103.7 FM.
The International Karate Organisation [IKO] Academy of Guyana joined the list of local sports associations to engage Guyana’s recently appointed Minister of Culture, Youth and Sport Charles Ramson Jr. The delegation which was led by the Chairman and Chief Instructor of the IKO Academy of Guyana Shihan Jeffrey Wong met with the new sports boss earlier in the week at his office on Main Street, Georgetown. Topping the agenda was a presentation delivered by Vice President of the karate body, Waynewright Orderson, relating to the academy’s plans to develop the sport in Guyana over the next five years and beyond. The Minister thanked the group for the visit and assured the Academy as an avid sportsman himself, of his commitment and that of his ministry to working along with all sporting bodies for the benefit of the people of Guyana.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Joe Flacco won’t be ready until training camp and wouldn’t have been anywhere near the practice field for Ravens rookie camp anyway, but the family was still represented on Saturday.Continuing to pursue an NFL career after brief opportunities with San Diego and Jacksonville, tight end Mike Flacco, the younger brother of the Super Bowl XLVII MVP, was a tryout participant for Baltimore this weekend. The Ravens have a very deep group of tight ends on their offseason roster, but the 29-year-old can’t help but think about having the opportunity to catch passes from his older brother.“That’d be a dream if I could make it that long,” said Mike Flacco, who played his college football at New Haven. “Just day by day and try to give it all I’ve got.”Of course, this weekend’s tryout isn’t Mike Flacco’s only link to Baltimore sports as he was drafted by the Orioles in the 31st round of the 2009 draft out of CCBC-Catonsville. Primarily a first baseman, he advanced as high as Double-A Bowie before being traded to the Boston Red Sox and electing to retire from professional baseball in 2013 with a career .253 average.In 2013 with Division II New Haven, Mike Flacco caught 30 passes for 591 yards and nine touchdowns. He was signed by the Chargers the following spring but cut at the end of the 2014 preseason. The Jaguars then signed him to their practice squad in October 2014, but he only stuck with that organization for a few weeks.The 6-foot-5, 251-pound tight end has only received a few tryouts since then, but he isn’t ready to give up on the possibility of a football career just yet.“It’s been long. It’s been all over the place,” said Mike Flacco about his athletic endeavors. “Unfortunately, I’ve never quite gotten to the point where I want to yet. You just push and if it happens, it happens. If not, I’ll go back to school and I’ll be happy.”He has been pursuing a degree in chemical engineering at Villanova.His chances of receiving an extended look with the Ravens beyond this weekend are remote, but that didn’t stop him from showing off some athletic ability on Saturday as he caught a long pass in 1-on-1 drills and made a few other receptions during the practice session.“It’s been great. Mike is a great kid,” head coach John Harbaugh said. “He does move a little bit like Joe. The body mechanics, a little bit, are similar, so it’s fun to watch.”Two draft picks sidelinedThird-round defensive end Bronson Kaufusi was the only member of Baltimore’s 2016 draft class not on the field during Saturday’s practice open to media.“Bronson tweaked his back a little bit yesterday,” Harbaugh said. “He was out here yesterday practicing, did a good job, and strained his lower back a little. He’s not practicing today.”Fourth-round running back Kenneth Dixon only observed Saturday’s practice as he continues to deal with a hamstring issue stemming from his March pro day.Harbaugh also announced that fullback Trevon Pendleton, a tryout player from Michigan State, suffered a broken foot on Friday.No joint training camp practices this yearHarbaugh confirmed that the Ravens would not have any joint practices with another team this summer.Baltimore hosted San Francisco in Owings Mills two years ago and traveled to Philadelphia to practice against the Eagles ahead of their preseason meeting last August.
Today I was hitting a lot of iron-shots pretty close, hitting the driver well and I chipped the ball pretty well. – Patrick FishburnPROVO — If nothing else, Patrick Fishburn sure knows how to handle the first round of the Siegfried & Jensen Utah Open.A year after posting a record-tying 62 in the first round of the tournament, Fishburn fired a 9-under-par 63 in Friday’s first round at Riverside Country Club to take a two-stroke lead after 18 holes of the 54-hole tournament.The 24-year-old, who will be a senior for the BYU golf team this year, put 11 birdies on his card en route to his sparkling 63. That’s two shots better than Edward Olson, a professional from Santa Cruz, California, and three ahead of Ty Travis, a 24-year-old from Boise who was the runner-up in last year’s Utah Open, and Riley Arp of Scottsdale.“It was pretty similar,” Fishburn said in comparing his opening round to last year’s. “Today I was hitting a lot of iron-shots pretty close, hitting the driver well and I chipped the ball pretty well.”Fishburn acknowledged that he hasn’t played quite as well as last summer when he won the Utah State Amateur and said Friday’s round was “one of the better rounds I’ve had for a little bit.”Zac Blair, the 27-year-old former BYU golfer who has been a regular on the PGA Tour the past two years, finished with a 4-under-par 68 and is tied with seven golfers for seventh place. Blair missed by one point of qualifying for this week’s FedEx Cup playoffs and will tee it up next week in the first leg of the Web.com playoffs in an effort to regain his PGA Tour status for next season.“I got a bunch of looks. I just need to make a few more putts,” said Blair, whose dad, Jimmy, caddied for him before playing his own round of golf in the afternoon.“It’s always fun to play at home on a course you know pretty well and getting my dad out here on the bag was pretty cool. It’s awesome.”Fishburn started off hot with birdies on five of his first seven holes, before hitting a bump and making bogeys at the 9th and 10th holes with a missed green and a three-putt. Then he ran off five straight birdies from holes 12-16, before adding another at No. 18.Last year, Fishburn followed his opening 62 with a 71 to keep the lead, but a final-round 73 left him in a tie for fifth place overall, six shots behind winner Zahkai Brown. Fishburn says he won’t abandon his usual aggressive style but will try to play “smarter” the next two days than last year.“Sometimes I play a little too aggressive,” he said. “I’m still going to play aggressive, but probably not stupid.”OPEN NOTES: Former BYU golfer Lea Garner, who is the first women to play in the Utah Open, started off well and was 1-under through 12 holes before faltering down the stretch with a triple bogey, double bogey and two bogeys and finishing with a 78 . . . Former BYU golfer and Masters champion Mike Weir withdrew after just a few holes, apparently because of issues with his back . . . Defending champion Brown finished with a 70 . . . Dean Wilson, a former champion (1999) and a longtime PGA Tour player, finished at even-par 72 . . . The cut for the low 60 and ties is expected to be around 146 or 147 . . . The first prize is $20,000 with a total purse of $120,000.UTAH OPEN LEADERBOARDRiverside Country ClubPar-72a- denotes amateur63 — a-Patrick Fishburn65 — Edward Olson66 — Ty Travis, Riley Arp67 — Blake Cannon, Austyn Karle, Jesse Mueller68 — Mitchel Carlson, Neil Johnson, Zac Blair, Calum Hill, Gregor Martin, Luke Vivolo, Jonathon Thomas69 — Matt Baird, B.J. Staten, James Drew70 — Pete Fernandez, Tyler Weworski, Chad Pettingill, Brandon Kida, a-Cole Ponich, a-Rhett Rasmussen, Zakhai Brown, Tele Wightman71 — Dusty Fielding, Joe Parkinson, a-Peter Kuest, Scott Smith, Jere Pelletier, Alex Chiarella, Chris Moody, Milo Lines, Seokwon Jeon, Dustin Pimm72 — Jimmy Makloski, Travis Holland, Jordan Rodgers, Jordan Brockbank, Travis Hilton, a-Preston Alder, Davis Garner, Dean Wilson, Craig Hocknull, a-Oscar Maxfield, Chad Hardy73 — Kane Webber, Eric Nielsen, Chip Wesley, Shawn Edwards, Matt Edwards, Todd Tanner, Tommy Sharp, Mark Owen, Ryan Rhees, Pete Stone, Phillip Reedy, a-Blair Bursey74 — Sam Jandel, Derek Barron, Jon Paupore, Bruce Summerhays Jr., Joe Summerhays, Keith Clearwater, Steve Schneiter, Zachary Bowcut, Dave DeSantis, Jake Wyatt, Clint Godfrey, Brian Dixon, Matthew Nolasco, Steele DeWald, Jeff Berkshire, Federico Clausen, Jimmy Mee, Clay Ogden, Tracy Zobell, Brad Stone, Jacob Holt, Jon Wright
print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Susan Earner (Eyrecourt)Tara Kenny (Sarsfields)Sarah Dervan (Mullagh)Heather Cooney (St. Thomas)Ann Marie Starr (Killimor)Rebecca Hennelly (Ardrahan)Lorraine Ryan (Kiltulla/Killimordaly)Shauna Healy (Ardrahan)Clodagh McGrath (Sarsfields)Aoife Donohue (Mullagh)Niamh Kilkenny (Pearses) CNoreen Coen (Athenry)Orlaith McGrath (Sarsfields)Niamh McGrath (Sarsfields)Ailish O’Reilly (Oranmore/Maree) The Galway Senior Camogie Team for Saturday’s championship opener with Tipperary was named yesterday evening after training. The team shows five changes from the side beaten in last year’s All-Ireland Final. Tara Kenny, Ann Marie Starr, Rebecca Hennelly, Noreen Coen and Orlaith McGrath come into the side in place of Therese Manton, Siobhan Coen, Finola Keeley, Catherine Finnerty and Molly Dunne. Starr, Hennelly and Orlaith McGrath all played in Galway’s league final defeat to Kilkenny. The Team is……