CU-Boulder Expects Fewer Freshmen, Slightly Lower Enrollment This Fall

first_imgAs expected, the fall 2005 freshman class at the University of Colorado at Boulder will be smaller than last year, with freshmen numbering about 5,000 and overall enrollment projected at about 28,800 degree-seeking students. The 5,000 new freshmen projected for this fall represents a decrease of about 138 or 2.7 percent from the previous year’s total of 5,138. Last year the total number of degree-seeking students enrolled was 29,258. Even lower freshman enrollments were projected last January as application numbers lagged. However, contacts with prospective students by faculty and current students, increased merit aid, and a new non-resident guaranteed tuition program have improved the outlook. Total applications for freshman admission to CU-Boulder in 2005 were about 17,100, compared to 19,300 in 2004. The 2005 applications are 17 percent lower than 2004 for non-residents and 3 percent lower for residents. Non-resident freshman enrollment this year will be about 1,900, down from 2,155 in fall 2004. Resident freshman enrollment will be slightly higher in fall 2005 at about 3,100 compared to 2,983 in fall 2004. About 62 percent of new freshmen will be Colorado residents, up from 58 percent in 2004 and 56 percent in 2003. “For non-resident students, cost is a major deciding factor in where to enroll and CU-Boulder’s high out-of-state tuition, which topped $20,000 for the first time in 2004, is making it more difficult to recruit non-resident students,” said Kevin MacLennan, interim director of admissions. “However, we also acknowledge the impact adverse publicity may have had on our numbers.” Following a record freshman class of almost 5,600 in 2003, a reduction in freshman enrollment to 5,000 was planned over two years to moderate the impact of rapid growth over the last 10 years, especially in the number of undergraduates. However, the drop in applications has resulted in a class with a higher percentage of resident students than planned. Freshman academic credentials for fall 2005 are expected to be about the same as last year, as measured by high school grade-point averages and test scores. Academic credentials of new freshmen in fall 2004 were similar or slightly higher than those of freshmen in fall 2003. About 1,280 transfer students are expected this fall compared to 1,442 in fall 2004 and about 4,430 graduate students are expected to enroll, compared to 4,548 in fall 2004. Final fall 2005 enrollment numbers for new and continuing students will be available Sept. 14, after the campus census is conducted. For numbers of new CU-Boulder freshmen, transfers and total enrollment from 1988 through 2004, see the Web site at http://www.colorado.edu/pba/records/time/enrl88plus.htm. Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: Aug. 17, 2005 last_img read more

Ticketing details released for Jane Goodall lecture at CU-Boulder

first_imgThe Oct. 1 George Gamow Memorial Lecture featuring Jane Goodall has been moved to the Coors Events Center from Macky Auditorium. In response to high demand for tickets from campus affiliates as well as the public, additional tickets will be released at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 22, on the Coors Events Center website.Tickets already issued through Macky Auditorium will be honored. Further details regarding previously issued tickets will be provided closer to the time of the event.“This will be the largest Gamow lecture in CU-Boulder history,” said Paul Beale, chair of the Physics Department, which sponsors the Gamow lecture. “Our campus and Boulder communities will benefit greatly from the visit of one of the most important scientists of our time.”Additional event information will follow on the CU-Boulder Jane Goodall website.Contact: Malinda Miller-Huey, CU-Boulder media relations, [email protected] “This will be the largest Gamow lecture in CU-Boulder history,” said Paul Beale, chair of the Physics Department, which sponsors the Gamow lecture. “Our campus and Boulder communities will benefit greatly from the visit of one of the most important scientists of our time.” Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mailcenter_img Published: Sept. 16, 2015 last_img read more

Westwood high school reopens

first_imgRelatedWestwood high school reopens Advertisements FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Westwood High School in Trelawny has reopened, after being closed temporarily. Boarders started returning to the school Thursday (March 10) and day students are expected to turn out for classes Friday (March 11).  School is expected to be in full swing Friday. The school was closed by the Ministry of Education, after the Trelawny Health Department was alerted to an outbreak of gastroenteritis among students on Wednesday (March 2). The Health Department will continue to monitor the situation closely and will provide a full report, once all relevant data are obtained and analysed. The school has given an assurance that soap for hand washing will be made available in the bathrooms, and issues relating to food preparation and storage, as well as water quality, will be addressed. The Trelawny Health Department has commended the Principal and staff of the school for their full cooperation. RelatedWestwood high school reopenscenter_img RelatedWestwood high school reopens Westwood high school reopens EducationMarch 11, 2011last_img read more

Gov’t to Expand Free Movement Categories under CSME

first_imgRelatedGov’t to Expand Free Movement Categories under CSME RelatedGov’t to Expand Free Movement Categories under CSME By Douglas Mcintosh, JIS Reporter FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail KINGSTON — The Government is moving to expand the categories of professionals, who will be able to pursue employment in other Caribbean territories without the need for a work permit. Labour and Social Security Minister, Hon. Pearnel Charles, said that drafting instructions have been issued to the Chief Parliamentary Counsel (CPC) for amendments to the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Free Movement of Skilled Persons Act, to add teachers, nurses, artisans and Gov’t to Expand Free Movement Categories under CSMEhousehold workers to the list of professionals, who qualify for skills certification, which allows them to move freely in other territories. The legislation, which has been enacted in all Caribbean Single Market and Economy (CSME) states, currently applies to university graduates, media workers, artistes, musicians, sportspersons, managers, technical and supervisory staff attached to a company; and self-employed persons/service providers. Their spouses and immediate dependent family members are also exempt from work permit requirements. Mr. Charles, who was addressing a Labour Relations and Industrial Disputes seminar hosted by the DunnCox law firm at the Knutsford Court Hotel, New Kingston, informed that the amendments will enable those professionals in possession of Caribbean Vocational Qualification (CVQ) certification to move freely within the 15-member CARICOM grouping. Mr. Charles also announced that a single certification system is to be implemented shortly, which will replace the current process, which requires immigrating nationals to apply for a new certificate, when seeking employment overseas. Holders of certificates, he advised, will, instead, have their documents verified. Meanwhile, the Labour Minister is expressing confidence that an amendment to the Foreign Nationals and Commonwealth Citizens (Employment) Act, to remove the requirement for exemption certificates to be issued to persons, who wish to transact short-term business-related activities within the island, will result in increased competitiveness and productivity, locally. He explained that the amendment, which came into effect in May, exempts specific foreign nationals, who come into the island for visits not exceeding 30 days, or an aggregate of six months where they make more than one trip, from having to apply for the certificate. These persons include: directors, inspectors and  auditors of companies, associations or organizations, either operating in Jamaica or controlling any such entity locally, irrespective of whether or not the latter was incorporated in Jamaica; persons visiting Jamaica on behalf of a principal abroad in connection with the appointment of, or for the purpose of having business consultations with local agents or distributors; and persons visiting to inspect plants, machinery or equipment  of  any factory or other industrial works, or to give technical advice on the operation of any local undertaking, business or enterprise. “The amendment will, no doubt, encourage the movement of workers with various skills sets and redound to the collective good, in terms of increased competitiveness and productivity. It must be pointed out, however, that this exemption to the special class of business travelers will not apply to the majority of migrant labourers, who will still have to apply for a work permit,” Mr. Charles said. Gov’t to Expand Free Movement Categories under CSME LabourSeptember 14, 2011 Advertisements RelatedGov’t to Expand Free Movement Categories under CSMElast_img read more

Security Forces Need 500 Vehicles per year – Bunting

first_imgRelatedSecurity Forces Need 500 Vehicles per year – Bunting Story HighlightsNational Security Minister, Hon. Peter Bunting, said that the security forces will need approximately 500 vehicles per year, over the next six years, to operate effectively.He said the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) will need some 400 vehicles, and the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF), 100 units per year, over the period.The National Security Minister was a addressing the weekly meeting of Rotary Club of Liguanea Plains held yesterday (January 10), at the Eden Gardens Complex, Security Forces Need 500 Vehicles per year – Bunting National SecurityJanuary 12, 2013 RelatedSecurity Forces Need 500 Vehicles per year – Bunting RelatedSecurity Forces Need 500 Vehicles per year – Buntingcenter_img Advertisements National Security Minister, Hon. Peter Bunting, said that the security forces will need approximately 500 vehicles per year, over the next six years, to operate effectively.He said the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) will need some 400 vehicles, and the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF), 100 units per year, over the period.The National Security Minister was a addressing the weekly meeting of Rotary Club of Liguanea Plains held yesterday (January 10), at the Eden Gardens Complex,St. Andrew.He noted that of the JCF’s fleet of 1,800 vehicles, some 200 had to be abandoned as they were deemed “non-functional” and “we just had to scrap them,” while approximately 50 per cent of the remaining units are over 10 years old.These vehicles, he said, are used for patrol of communities, 24 hours per day, seven days per week, “so a 10-year old police vehicle is like a 25 or 30 year old domestic vehicle, so you can imagine, (it will become) very, very inefficient,” the Minister explained.Mr. Bunting informed that the Government has a “steady programme replacement of our fleets,” with some $600 million spent during the last six months of 2012, to purchase vehicles for the JCF.More than half of these were delivered during the final quarter of last year and the remainder, are slated for delivery during the first three months of 2013.“Meanwhile, Mr. Bunting informed that the Ministry will be moving to streamline the models and brands of vehicles acquired for the security forces.“(To have) 28 different makes and 129 different models of vehicles in the police force…that’s just a nightmare for storing parts, maintenance, etcetera. So that’s one of the things that we are focused on,” he stated. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail last_img read more

Bharti chairman is summoned to appear in court

first_img Vodafone, Safaricom beat MTN to Ethiopia licence Operators back Qualcomm role in open RAN path Richard is the editor of Mobile World Live’s money channel and a contributor to the daily news service. He is an experienced technology and business journalist who previously worked as a freelancer for many publications over the last decade including… Read more Home Bharti chairman is summoned to appear in court AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 20 MAR 2013 Tags Richard Handford Related Previous ArticleSamsung countersues Ericsson over patent claimsNext ArticleVodafone could take rating hit; not in hurry to sell VZW stake – report Bharti-AirtelEssarRegulatoryVodafone Sunil Mittal (pictured), the chairman of Bharti Airtel, India’s largest mobile operator, has been ordered to appear in a court case about alleged corruption in the allocation of bandwidth dating back to 2002.The court has also ordered two other telecoms executives to appear alongside Mittal in court next month. They are Ravi Ruia, the co-founder of the Essar Group, and Asim Ghosh, who was formerly in charge of Vodafone India.The country’s Central Bureau of Investigaton (CBI) filed charges in December against the companies concerned in the case but did not single out individuals.But now the court has ordered the three executives to appear on 11 April.The case concerns a period in 2002 when Bharti Airtel and predecessor companies to Vodafone (such as Hutchison-Essar) were allocated radio spectrum.In a statement, Bharti Airtel said: “We will fight this charge sheet”, describing it as “an attempt to tarnish its reputation”, speaking on behalf of both the company itself and the chairman.The Essar group, speaking on behalf of itself and Ruia, said the order was “shocking and surprising” and said it was only a minority shareholder in Hutchison when the alleged offences occurred. It said Hutchison-Essar was “effectively in the hands of directors and employees nominated by the Hutchison group” at the time. Author Las operadoras respaldan el papel de Qualcomm en la RAN abiertalast_img read more

Gadhafi Regime Reached Out to Montana Candidate

first_imgHELENA – A Republican candidate for governor in Montana says the family of Moammar Gadhafi sought his help earlier this year in finding an exit strategy for the deposed Libyan leader.But Neil Livingstone told The Associated Press on Thursday that he and other Americans interested in helping broker such a deal were rebuffed by the State Department, so he never proceeded with any negotiations.Livingstone has been a security and terrorism expert in Washington D.C. for decades. He was vocal earlier this year in his opinion that the allies needed to provide Gadhafi a way out of Libya that didn’t require him to face trial for war crimes. The frequent television commentator says such a move would have brought the conflict to a quick end. Stay Connected with the Daily Roundup. Sign up for our newsletter and get the best of the Beacon delivered every day to your inbox. Emaillast_img read more

Northern Ireland market ‘more important than ever’ for Donegal

first_img Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Pinterest A Letterkenny based hotelier and former councillor says the Northern Ireland market is going to be more important than ever for the hospitality sector in Donegal.Terry Mc Eniff, owner of the Mount Errigal Hotel, says competition for the domestic market will be fiercer than ever because of the lack of foreign visitors, and as a result, Donegal will rely very much on the Northern Ireland market.With that in mind, he says some of the comments made in the early stages of lockdown were concerning:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/tersdfsdfsdfsdrymce.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Terry Mc Eniff was speaking to Ciaran O’Donnell for “Business Matters”, a new business slot which will be broadcast on today’s Nine til Noon at 11.30. Previous articleGeography may influence choice of junior Ministers todayNext articleIs something ‘juicy’ in the pipeline for Sion Mills? News Highland Northern Ireland market ‘more important than ever’ for Donegal Google+ Pinterest Twitter By News Highland – July 1, 2020 Google+ Twitter Facebookcenter_img RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Facebook AudioHomepage BannerNews Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA WhatsApp Community Enhancement Programme open for applicationslast_img read more

Failte Ireland seeks applications for new capital programme

first_imgAudioHomepage BannerNews Previous articleMain Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Wednesday May 29thNext articlePublic consultation confirmed for plans to develop Adria site News Highland By News Highland – May 30, 2019 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Google+ Pinterest News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Fáilte Ireland is to invest €150million in the development of major new attractions, with “Immersive Heritage and Culture” the initial focus of the programme.CEO Paul Kelly says it’s part of the ‘Platforms for Growth’ initiative, which he believes will transform the tourism landscape across the country.Failte Ireland says it has identified a number of platforms that have the greatest potential to meet changing visitor preferences.Orla Carroll is the Director of Product Development – She says the North West has a proud record in cultural tourism, and is inviting applications from interested groups locally………Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/orlaweb.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Harps come back to win in Waterford It must be of strategic importance to Irish tourism and be a source of international competitive advantage.It must be able to build on gaps or opportunities in Ireland’s current tourism offering.It must be grounded in consumer research and satisfy what overseas visitors want and expect when they travel to Ireland for a holiday or on business.Fáilte IrelandFáilte Ireland, the National Tourism Development Authority, was established in 2003 to guide and promote tourism as a leading indigenous component of the Irish economy.The tourism and hospitality industry is of critical importance to the national economy, with tourists spending €7.8billion in Ireland and supporting 260,000 jobs. Fáilte Ireland will invest €150million into developing major new visitor attractions of scale across the country.The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Shane Ross today launched Fáilte Ireland’s new Platforms for Growth initiative which will “transform the tourism landscape across the country” according to CEO Paul Kelly.The programme of investment is Fáilte Ireland’s largest yet, and forms part of its Grants Scheme for Large Tourism Projects which runs up to 2022.Major new visitor attractions of scale will be developed and existing attractions greatly enhanced through Platforms for Growth, with Fáilte Ireland making individual grants available for large-scale visitor attractions of €2.5million upwards.Platforms for Growth is funded under the Government’s Project Ireland 2040 strategy with the aim of driving sustainable growth in the Irish tourism sector and higher revenue and job creation around Ireland.It is unlike any previous investment announced by Fáilte Ireland, as it specifically targets ‘platforms’ or projects that have the greatest potential to grow tourism across Ireland, and fill gaps in the Irish tourism offering in order to meet changing visitor preferences.Through this approach, Platforms for Growth will pave the way for large-scale and transformative attractions that will become key motivators to visit an area. In turn, this will step-change the economic value of tourism in the area through increased visitor numbers, revenue and job creation.The first ‘Platform’ launched today will focus on developing Immersive Heritage and Cultural Attractions. Overseas visitors are increasingly seeking out more hands-on experiences which bring local culture and heritage to life, and this platform will invest in projects that deliver innovative and interactive experiences for the visitor to ‘immerse’ themselves in. Further platforms will be announced over the course of the programme.Minister Shane Ross joined Fáilte Ireland CEO Paul Kelly at the site of the new Museum of Literature Ireland (MoLI) in Dublin today to launch Platforms for Growth. MoLI, which is due to open later this year, is an example of a world-class attraction that has been developed with capital investment from Fáilte Ireland.Announcing the new programme Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross T.D., said:“Tourism has experienced significant growth in recent years and having world-class attractions has been fundamental in attracting visitors from around the globe to Ireland. Platforms for Growth will deliver on the Government’s Project Ireland 2040 objectives and it will do exactly as the name suggests – provide a platform that will contribute significantly to a growth in visitor numbers and the development of tourism nationwide. I look forward to visiting the world-class attractions that will be developed through this major investment programme. This will put Ireland on an even stronger footing in the international marketplace.”Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Brendan Griffin T.D., said:“Tourism is a vital source of employment in Ireland and a key economic driver. It is an industry that is unique in its ability to spur local job creation and sustain rural communities. Today’s announcement demonstrates the Government’s commitment to growing tourism and spreading the benefits regionally as well as ensuring that Ireland continues to have an incredibly strong and compelling offering for international visitors.”Fáilte Ireland’s CEO Paul Kelly stated:“Driving growth in the regions through tourism is a core focus of our work at Fáilte Ireland and having top-class visitor attractions and experiences is an integral part of this. At Fáilte Ireland, we are currently working on over 50 large capital projects throughout Ireland that will significantly enhance the Irish tourism offering as they open in the coming four years. Platforms for Growth builds on this work and takes a new approach to investment, as it will specifically seek out projects of scale that tap into exactly what overseas visitors are looking for. Creating a more regional spread of visitors is central to our capital investment strategy and through Platforms for Growth new attractions across the country will be developed and existing ones transformed.”There will be clear criteria governing investment under Platforms for Growth which are based on strategic importance, potential for economic growth and job creation in communities across the country, as well as driving innovation and sustainability in the sector.The ‘Immersive Heritage and Cultural Attractions’ Platform is now open for applications, with a submission deadline of 17th July for expressions of interest. A series of workshops will be held around the country and all details will be available on www.failteireland.ie/platformsforgrowth.Platforms for Growth is part of Fáilte Ireland’s wider capital investment programme, which has already allocated over €125million to tourism across the country since 2016. Facebookcenter_img Failte Ireland seeks applications for new capital programme Twitter Capital investment is a key driver for tourism growth and the creation of jobs in the sector. It is also vital in successfully and consistently delivering world-class visitor experiences, ensuring that Ireland’s tourism industry is strong and competitive into the future. Through its range of capital investment programmes, Fáilte Ireland works with visitor sites and attractions across every region to ensure the whole country has a strong tourism offering all year round. Under the criteria for Fáilte Ireland’s Grants Scheme for Large Tourism Projects, a ‘Platform’ must have three essential characteristics: Failte Ireland statement in full -Major boost for tourism as Fáilte Ireland announces €150million investment for attractions nationwide Google+ Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Pinterest Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction WhatsApp DL Debate – 24/05/21 Facebook WhatsApplast_img read more

No. 1 McQuaid and No. 14 Hilton to decide Class AA title

first_img Adriano Margiotta (23) leads McQuaid with 14 assists on the season. The senior midfielder also has 11 goals. (Photo: NORMAN STREHLE)By PAUL GOTHAMThe forecast calls for temperatures to dip into the lows 40s. The play should be anything but chilly when the McQuaid Jesuit Knights (18-0-0), ranked No. 1 NYS Class AA, and the Hilton Cadets (14-3-1), No. 14 NYS Class AA, meet on the turf at Spencerport Central Schools, Tuesday night to decide the Section V champion.At first glance, McQuaid should dominate this match. The Knights have scored 87 goals to 32 for the Cadets. But don’t be fooled. Hilton’s offense has forced 95 corner kicks to McQuaid’s 61. The Cadets can control tempo just as well as the top-seeded Knights.But those two offenses were limited to a combined three markers in their semi-final wins. Adriano Margiotta converted a free kick in McQuaid’s 1-0 victory over No. 5 seed Webster Thomas while an own goal and Justin Arilotta provided the difference in Hilton’s 2-0 triumph over No. 6 seed Rush-Henrietta.Neither McQuaid’s Nino Pilato nor Hilton’s Mike Ellicott will submit their semi-final game tapes for top performances.Thomas consistently clogged the 18-yard box with nine defenders. The Titans defensive transition proved worthy of slowing McQuaid’s prolific offense. Facing Monroe County Division I foe, R-H for the third time this season, Ellicott’s Cadets struggled to find offensive rhythm and frequently looked rushed on offense.This bodes well for local soccer aficionados. Both squads are due for a good game.Unlike any other lineup in Section V, Hilton has the individual skill and talent to match McQuaid. The Knights’ defensive backline of Alex Reale, Dylan Duffy, Quinn Minich and Mike Reidman will be tested by the likes of Hilton’s Justin Arilotta, Joshua Ranke and Evan Pirnie.Which team wins the midfield matchup could decide the outcome. Hilton’s Evan Malta and Adam Wuest bring a combination of skill and physical presence unlike any other McQuaid has seen in Section V this season.  Margiotta and Nick Pierleoni will find tighter spaces in which to work. How the McQuaid duo handles the challenge will be an early indicator.McQuaid’s Dominic Duncan, Justin LaFountain and Dan Malloy have combined to score 42 goals this season. Duncan has not found the back of the net in the last five games. McQuaid’s senior attacker has been a facilitator late in the season. He could be ready for a breakout. Hilton’s defensive crew of Tom Callery, Aaron Masters, Ryan Petitti and David Stirpe does not get enough credit.Hilton’s Evan Pirnie (10) has 10 goals and 11 assists. (Photo: CHRIS ROACH)VIEW MORE CHRIS ROACH PHOTOS HERE. McQuaid’s Tommy Gallina leads Section V with a goals against average of 0.089. The senior goalkeeper has allowed just one goal – a penalty kick against Canisius (VI). Hilton’s Joey Gombatto ranks ninth in Section V at 0.883.Bundle up. Bring your mittens and a hat. This one could go a while.Names to Know: McQuaid – Brennan Brown (five goals, 10 assists), Dylan Duffy (four goals, six assists), Dominic Duncan (16 goals, eight assists), Tommy Gallina (leads Section V with a 0.089 GAA), Justin LaFountain (15 goals, five assists), Dan Malloy (11 goals, eight assists), Adriano Margiotta (11 goals, 14 assists), Quinn Minich (Sr. sweeper), Nick Pierleoni (three goals, five assists) and Alex Reale (Sr. stopper).Hilton – Justin Arilotta (seven goals, four assists), Tom Callery (one goal, one assist), Joey Gombatto (0.883 GAA), Noah Malta (three goals), Evan Pirnie (10 goals, 11 assists), Joshua Ranke (three goals, three assists), David Stirpe (one goal, one assist) and Adam Wuest (one goal, two assists).A 7:30 p.m. kickoff is scheduled.CLASS A REGIONAL QUALIFIERBrockport (16-2-1/No. 6 NYS Class A) vs. Pittsford Sutherland (11-7-1/No. 13 NYS Class A)When: Tuesday, 5 p.m.Where: Spencerport Central SchoolsNames to know: Brockport – Tyler Daly (four goals, two assists), Vander Hart (five goals, six assists), Zachary Langelotti (15 goals, six assists), Ben Leach (six goals, 12 assists), Michael Rennie (one goal, six assists), Peyton Young (1.245 GAA), Colby Wharram (eight goals, one assist) and Zach Wharram (16 goals, 10 assists).Ben Leach (2) and Brockport beat Brighton in the Class A1 final. (Photo: JODI ZUROWSKI/ Z’s PHOTOTASTIC)VIEW MORE JODI ZUROWSKI PHOTOS HERE.Pittsford Sutherland – Will Bowen (four goals, four assists), Will Graupman (one goal, four assists), Dylan Kladstrup (four goals, one assist), Ryan Morabito (Sr. defender), John Mozrall (15 goals, eight assists), Alex Oleyourryk (1.143 GAA), Aaron Onoff (three assists) and Liam Wilmot (seven goals, two assists).John Mozrall paces the Pittsford Sutherland offense with 15 goals and eight assists. (Photo: PAUL GOTHAM/Pickin’ Splinters)CLASS B REGIONAL QUALIFIERLivonia (16-3-0/No. 6 NYS Class B) vs. School #58/World of Inquiry (13-5-0/No. 11 NYS Class B)When: Wednesday, 5 p.m.Where: AvonNames to know: Livonia – Kyle Feldman (27 goals, 11 assists), Tavian Hino (23 goals, six assists) and Barrett Lowe (0.711 GAA).School #58/World of Inquiry – Ayub Jelani (21 goals, 12 assists), Emmanuel Nsengiyumva (15 goals, 15 assists) and Suheil Jeylani (eight goals and two assists).World of Inquiry’s Ayub Jeylani (right) has 21 goals, 12 assists. (Photo: CHRISTOPHER CECERE)VIEW MORE CHRISTOPHER CECERE PHOTOS HERE.CLASS C REGIONAL QUALIFIERByron-Bergen/Elba (17-1-1/No. 1 NYS Class C) vs. Bishop Kearney (13-5-1/No. 6 NYS Class C)When: Wednesday, 7 p.m.Where: AvonNames to know: Byron-Bergen/Elba – Kylar Chambry (24 goals, 12 assists), Wade Thompson (14 goals, 21 assists) and Brandon Kropf (0.5o6 GAA).Bishop Kearney – TJ Tytler (13 goals, two assists), Jordan Freed (nine goals, four assists) and David Tierney (1.088 GAA).Bishop Kearney’s TJ Tytler (10) has four goals in three sectional wins. (Photo: TIM FREED)CLASS D REGIONAL QUALIFIERMount Morris (16-2-2/No. 5 NYS Class D) vs. Belfast (18-1-0/No. 2 NYS Class D) When: Tuesday, 7 p.m.Where: Houghton CollegeNames to Know:  Mount Morris – Colin Brickwood (30 goals, six assists), Collin Young (12 goals, 14 assists), Josh Hart (five goals, 12 assists) and Nick Torcello ( 1.218 GAA).Belfast – Adam Enders (36 goals, 14 assists), McKenzie Cox (nine goals, seven assists) and Hunter Enders (six goals, six assists)  Alex Reale Sr, Ayub Jelani, Brennan Brown, Kyle Feldman By Paul Gotham on October 30, 2017No Comment Share on Facebook No. 1 McQuaid and No. 14 Hilton to decide Class AA title added by Paul Gotham on October 30, 2017View all posts by Paul Gotham →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentBig Data Courses | Search AdOnline Big Data Courses Might Be Better than You ThinkBig Data Courses | Search AdCosmoWomensTop 30 Most Beautiful Women in the WorldCosmoWomensLovely&HealthyTop 10 Most Dangerous Cruises In The World Lovely&Healthyby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksMore from Pickin’ SplintersBaron keeps Bonaventure close to his heart – Pickin’ SplintersTah-Jae Hill, Zion Morrison and the Starting Five – Pickin’ Splinters”If you had a Mount Rushmore of MCC baseball, he’s on there.” Longtime assistant Jack Christensen passes away – Pickin’ Splinters Subscribe by Email This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. 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