Beating Kearney still meant more to the Garwoods than the milestones. Gage Wheaton (13), Turner Harris (22), Ryan Garwood (27), Larry O’Neal (7pts, 11 rbs), Andrew Eschner (8), David Gueker (2)Garwoods reach milestones in Northstar victory over Kearney added by irvish5 on February 12, 2021View all posts by irvish5 →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentAirPhysioThis All-Natural “Lung Cleaning” Device Helps Anyone Breathe EasierAirPhysioUndoTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat InsuranceUndoBig Data Courses | Search AdOnline Big Data Courses Might Be Better than You ThinkBig Data Courses | Search AdUndoby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksMore from Pickin’ SplintersBaron keeps Bonaventure close to his heart – Pickin’ SplintersUndoTah-Jae Hill, Zion Morrison and the Starting Five – Pickin’ SplintersUndo”If you had a Mount Rushmore of MCC baseball, he’s on there.” Longtime assistant Jack Christensen passes away – Pickin’ SplintersUndo Chris Taggert beats the buzzer, @NCA1972 leads @KearneyBoys 57-56 heading to the fourth @PickinSplinters pic.twitter.com/4jU4q1TmDE— Tim Irving (@Irvish5) February 13, 2021 Bishop Kearney Scoring: Connect on Linked in “I think I was five years old, we won a Sectional title in 2008, Blue Cross Arena, just celebrating,” he said after the Knights held off Bishop Kearney 79-74 Friday night to improve to 3-0 on the year. In the third, Chris Taggert stuck a long three to tie the game at 39 before Garwood started to find his range. His milestone three giving his team a 42-41 lead. Ryan Garwood (center) with father JJ and Turner Harris Share on Facebook Ryan Garwood’s first memory of being around his father JJ’s Northstar Christian Academy basketball team was winning a title and those are the only goals the junior seeks. Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. With his first three of the game in the third quarter, Ryan Garwood eclipsed 1,000 career points @NCA1972 @pickinsplinters pic.twitter.com/YWocQUAwVt— Tim Irving (@Irvish5) February 13, 2021 Needing eight points to get to 1,000, Garwood instead dished out six assists and went to the basket instead of settling for contested shots, finishing the half with seven points. Teammate Turner Harris had 10 of his 12 first half points in the second quarter and the Knights lead 38-33. Gissendanner leading the way for the Kings with 14 points, all on two-pointers. Azavier Ross (4), Zacarr Johnson (10), Xavier Gissendanner (23), Colin Gentile (3), Chris Taggert (12), Wilfredo Sanchez (3), Edmari Binion (15), Shawn Anderson (4) With three minutes left, Harris hit a foul line jumper to put the Knights up six and Garwood continued to knock down free throws, going 14-of-15 in the game from the charity stripe. Subscribe by Email Ryan Garwood to Turner Harris for three in the second pic.twitter.com/yvdQRWVu3U— Tim Irving (@Irvish5) February 13, 2021 Add to Google+ Kearney responded again with a loud Edmari Binion dunk and Gissendanner’s only three-pointer of the game, on his way to a team-high 23 points. Garwood finished with a game-high 27 points but it’s the poise that JJ has been cultivating in his son for the last four years that’s made the biggest difference. “I give a lot of the credit for Ryan’s development as a player to Michael Brown and Miles Brown because they made a big investment in Ryan and really pushed him in practice to make him better,” JJ said. By TIM IRVING But the Kings refused to go away and when Taggert beat the third quarter buzzer with a three-pointer, the Knights’ lead was 57-56. Make it 51-44 @NCA1972 as Garwood hits Harris for the dunk! @PickinSplinters pic.twitter.com/R79agEwtWp— Tim Irving (@Irvish5) February 13, 2021 Follow on Facebook By irvish5 on February 12, 2021No Comment A big basket late by Edmari Binion gave @kearneyboys a chance pic.twitter.com/rWC7f27PVd— Tim Irving (@Irvish5) February 13, 2021 With 5.2 seconds left, Binion scored on a tip-in to make the score 77-74 but the Kings had to foul Garwood, who sank both free throws to lock up the 79-74 win. The fourth quarter started with Zacarr Johnson converting a three-point play to give Bishop Kearney the lead before Northstar went on an 8-0 run, six points coming from Garwood. “I liked how he allowed the game to come to him, didn’t force it and just played in the natural rhythm,” JJ said after the game. A short time later, one of Ryan’s eight assists went to Harris for a dunk and a seven-point lead. With 33.6 seconds to go, Johnson hit a jumper and on the ensuing inbounds pass, Garwood was called for an offensive foul. Binion scored inside again and the lead was 76-72 with 27 seconds left. Both teams came out hot, Xavier Gissendanner scoring eight points for the Kings while Gage Wheaton had seven and Andrew Eschner canned a pair of threes for the Knights and Northstar led 21-19 after one. Garwoods reach milestones in Northstar victory over Kearney Print This Post Northstar Christian Academy Both he and his dad reached milestones in the game. With the first of back-to-back three-pointers in the third quarter, his only triples of the game, Garwood reached the 1,000-point plateau. With the victory, JJ earned his 250th career victory as coach of the Knights. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. “This showed a lot about our team. Defensively, I think we did good on the boards, a little tough but as a team, we’re working on that. It really just proved that we can play with anybody, I believe,” Ryan said.
Setting: Northern State University is a premierregional institution characterized by outstanding instruction,extraordinary community relations, and excellent co-curricularopportunities. NSU is consistently ranked as one of the best publicundergraduate institutions in the Midwest by U.S. News and WorldReport. NSU is organized into the College of Arts and Sciences,School of Fine Arts, and College of Professional Studies includingthe Millicent Atkins School of Education and the School ofBusiness. NSU is fully accredited by the Higher LearningCommission, as well as multiple disciplinary accrediting bodies.NSU is located in Aberdeen, South Dakota, a vibrant community innortheastern SD. The city has a population of approximately 30,000and is a cultural, retail, banking, agribusiness, and healthcarehub for the region. The University enjoys a positive and strongrelationship with the city and region. With more than $100 millioninvested over the last decade, Northern State University isexperiencing transformative positive momentum. Recent newbuildings, renovations and projects under construction includesignificant updates to the Johnson Fine Arts Center and BarnettAthletics Center, three new residence halls, the new JewettRegional Science Education Center, and a new regional SportsComplex with athletic and recreational fields. Application: Review of applications will beginon April 26, 2021 and continue until the position is filled. Thestart date will be August 2021. Applications should include letterof application, resume, copies of college transcripts, and threeletters of recommendation. For more information regarding thisposition and to apply, visit http://yourfuture.sdbor.edu.Click on “Search Jobs”, then select Northern State University tobring up available positions. The system will guide you through theelectronic application form. Northern State University seeks a full-time Assistant Professorof Biology to begin August 2021. Qualifications: A Ph.D. in Biology or a closelyrelated field is preferred; however, ABD candidates with acompletion date no later than July 2021 will also be considered.Experience and interest in the health sciences is also preferred.Candidates must possess a strong commitment to undergraduateeducation and demonstrate the ability to teach a variety ofcourses. Furthermore, strong oral and written communicationskills are required. Values: Northern State University is committedto building a culture of inclusion, belonging and collegiality thatrespects diversity in knowledge, culture and world view. Westrongly encourage women and individuals bringing diverse racial,ethnic, and cultural perspectives to apply. Responsibilities: The successful applicant willbe expected to teach Physiology, an introductory Biology course fornon-majors, and other courses depending on the candidate’s area ofexpertise and departmental needs. Preference will be given tocandidates with experience teaching other health related coursessuch as Genetics and/or Developmental Biology. The applicantwill be expected to bring a research program that can be easilyadapted to undergraduate students, and be willing to participate inservice activities as requested.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreA groundbreaking regional plan was signed yesterday by Central African countries to strengthen law enforcement and better combat poaching of elephants and other species. The plan was adopted by the ten member states of Central African Forest Commission, known as COMIFAC, as escalating rates of wildlife crime plague the region.The countries pledged to undertake unprecedented levels of cooperation with law enforcement agencies, such as the police, customs and the judiciary, to tackle the issue. Chad, Central African Republic and Cameroon also signed a tri-partite declaration to join forces and increase transboundary collaboration to fight poaching. “This is a welcome sign and will help ensure that there will never again be a slaughter of elephants on the scale witnessed in Cameroon earlier this year,” said Lamine Sebogo, WWF’s African elephant expert.The law enforcement action plan approved includes provisions to increase anti-poaching efforts in each of the countries and to enable joint-country patrols in some transborder areas. Ivory, often bound for Asia, is frequently smuggled across inland borders before reaching overseas exit points such as ports and airports. Under the plan, customs controls are also set to be bolstered at international transit hubs. To ensure that criminals engaging in illegal wildlife trade are arrested and prosecuted to the full extent of the law, COMIFAC countries plan to ramp up investigations and conduct more thorough prosecutions. Cases will also be monitored for corruption.The meeting also resulted in the announcement of plans to hold a head of state conference next year to address wildlife loss and maintaining Africa’s biodiversity.WWF, together with the US Fish and Wildlife Service, has provided technical and financial assistance toward the development of the plan and is offering ongoing support for implementation.Photo courtesy of explore.org, a philanthropic media organization and multimedia arm of the Annenberg Foundation(News source: WWF)AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore
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DENMARK: DSB is to move its main locomotive and rolling stock workshop from København to a new facility to be built at Næstved in south Sjælland, the national passenger operator announced on August 27.DSB CEO Flemming Jensen said the move was a long-term strategic decision that would contribute towards preparing DSB for competition in the train operating market. DSB said the current workshop at Otto Busses Vej alongside the railway into the capital’s main station did not have enough space, its location posed logistical challenges and moving out would allow the land to be redeveloped.DSB is investigating several potential sites in Næstved. It envisages that the relocation would occur in stages for completion by 2025, with the København site continuing to maintain diesel locomotives until they are displaced by the ongoing national electrification programme.
Do you hold a current, clean and valid driving licence D1 unrestricted or a PCV licence or D1 restricted (car licence obtained prior to 01/01/97) and aged 25+ for insurance purposes?Are you reliable and trustworthy?Do you have a pleasant, patient and helpful personality?Do you have a flexible approach to working arrangements?Do you want to be part of the South West’s ONLY category 2 Football AcademyIf so, we would like to talk to you…With a vision to build a “first team squad with a core of home grown talent”, Bristol City FC Academy has seen a record number of Academy players in our First Team squad in the last few years and we are now building our structure for future and continued success.Our first team are a Sky Bet Championship side with big ambitions and a home for a Premier League team to be proud of. These are our most exciting times and we are looking for committed, exceptional people to join us on our unique journey.We now require Drivers to join our Operations Team to transport players (U9-U18) to and from evening training (weekdays) and to fixtures (weekdays & weekends) Your Main Responsibilities:Driving a BCFC Vehicle or Minibus to transport players to and from trainingDriving a BCFC Vehicle or Minibus to transport players to and from fixturesResponsible for the Health & Safety, comfort and welfare of players in your careCarrying out daily and weekly vehicle checks and to carry out basic maintenanceReport any vehicle defects, faults, incidents and accidentsEnsuring the vehicle is in a clean and roadworthy condition before and after useRefuelling vehicles as requiredCovering for absent colleaguesMaintaining company image: working attire should be worn at all times and kept in a clean and tidy conditionWorking within Health & Safety guidelines and Drivers Code of ConductTo attend Monthly Operations Meetings and One to One’s with Head of OperationsTo possess and develop a working knowledge of Safeguarding children regulations in line with Company policy & proceduresWe will give you:Flexible working hoursA supportive and progressive environmentComplimentary ticket to all Bristol City FC home league fixturesThe opportunity to be part of one of the most unique and exciting organisations in the South WestHow to apply:If this is you please apply by sending a completed application form and your CV to [email protected] Note: due to the nature of the role, any job offer is dependent on a CRC (Criminal Records Check) all information will be kept by the Safeguarding Officer in strictest confidence.