Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY – The Utah men’s basketball program announced the addition of incoming freshman Brendan Wenzel, who will join the Runnin’ Utes’ roster for the upcoming 2019-20 season. Tags: Brendan Wenzel/Utah Runnin’ Utes Basketball April 23, 2019 /Sports News – Local Utah MBB Adds Wenzel to 2019-20 Roster “Brendan has very good size and is an elite shooter,” said Utah head coach Larry Krystkowiak. “Adding a high-caliber shooter was a priority and it will become a great asset to our program.”A true freshman out of Helotes, Texas, Wenzel is a 6-6, 180-pound guard that will graduate from O’Connor High School (San Antonio) this spring. He ranked as the No. 18th overall player in the state of Texas, according to Rivals/TexasHoops.com.This past season as a senior, Wenzel averaged 24.1 points, 5.0 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 0.9 steals per game. He shot 41 percent from three-point range and was an 87 percent shooter from the free throw line. He was named to the 2019 Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) Class 6A All-State First Team and was named to the San Antonio Express News Super Team. Wenzel helped lead the Panthers to a 24-10 overall record this past season, which included a trip to the state playoffs where he averaged more than 25 points per game.Wenzel joins an incoming freshman class that also includes Jaxon Brenchley, Branden Carlson, Mikael Jauntunen, Rylan Jones and Matt Vankomen. Robert Lovell
Last year, Dranken reported asset management costs of 0.25% and administration costs of €207 per participant, which compared to 0.17% and €76, respectively, at Detailhandel.Pension contributions amounted to 27% of salary at Dranken, and 21.6% at the larger scheme.Dranken indicated that, given the difference in funding, there was a reasonable chance of a one-off pensions increase for its participants as a result of the merger.At July-end, its funding stood at 115.4%, whereas Detailhandel’s coverage was 111.4%. The €738m Dutch pension fund for the drinks sector – Dranken – plans to merge with the €20bn fund for the retail industry next year.On its website, the scheme explained that pensions accrual could be more effective and cheaper as part of Detailhandel.Dranken has more than 21,000 members affiliated with 300 employers, whereas Detailhandel has 1.1m participants in total.Last year, the industry-wide schemes for furnishing (Wonen), shoemakers (Schoenmakerij) and the textile wholesale sector (Textielgroothandel) all joined Detailhandel. The €329m sector scheme for the leather industry also plans to join next year.
The competition saw pupils take part in various track and field events such as the 25 metres and 50 metres race for the kindergarten children while the primary pupils took part in the 100metres and relay races, high jump, sack race and filling the basket events. It also provided an opportunity for neighbouring schools to interact as they participated in the schools invitational relays.Speaking at the event, the school’s PTA chairperson, Mrs. Bridget Elesin said, “I commend the school and the children for competing in an atmosphere of friendship. We all know and appreciate that education is beyond academics and engaging in sports will keep the child fit and healthy while opening new doors for them to become future professionals. We cannot overemphasize the importance of sports and we are glad that the school places a high premium on roundly developing the pupils. Thanks to the proprietress Mrs. Latifat Dosunmu and Beehive management for providing the facilities that has greatly supported sports at Beehive School.”Mrs. Boyede Adebanjo, Director Beehive School, restated the school’s commitment to nurturing future leadings in every areas of life.She said, “We will keep upgrading our facilities and systems to ensure that we measure up to global standards in every area of education. We are very proud of the excellent results we are seeing in our children’s academics and extra-curricular activities and they will be encouraged and supported to remain champions.”The event, chaired by Chief Seun Ojuolape, was well attended by parents, grandparents and invited guests who also had fun participating in their own races.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Green House has emerged champions of Beehive School inter-house competition which took place at the school’s sports ground in Ikeja, Lagos. The house came tops with a total of 29 medals consisting of 15 gold, nine silver and five bronze medals.Red House was second with 26 medals made up of eight gold, seven silver and 11 bronze medals while Yellow House came third position with a total of 26 medals which consisted of seven gold, 14 silver and five bronze medals.Blue House ended up in pole position with 23 medals made up of five gold, five silver and 13 bronze medals.
Submit Share Related Articles BGC: Charities win big as bookies take beating in Britannia Stakes June 19, 2020 EveryMatrix ups CasinoEngine gamification tools with CompetitionLabs June 29, 2020 StumbleUpon Share BetVictor boosts casino portfolio with EveryMatrix’s CasinoEngine June 25, 2020 Christmas came early for a lucky BetVictor customer over the weekend, the lucky punter won over £223,000 from a 20-fold football accumulator.The 26 year-old BetVictor customer from Suffolk won £ 223,145.65 from a £5 bet at odds of 41,548/1.On top of his initial winnings, the punter was paid an additional £15,405.14 as part of BetVictor’s ongoing Price Promise concession, which gives customers the difference in cash if they would have won more with a competitor.The bet began midweek and ended with Spurs coming from behind to beat Burnley at White Hart Lane on Sunday.BetVictor Spokesperson Charlie McCann said: “Christmas has certainly come early for our young customer who has won a life-changing amount of money for a fiver. What a journey it was with no less than four of his Championship selections scoring late, late winners on Saturday. Lady Luck was certainly shining on him and we have never seen fortune quite like it.“When Brighton missed a penalty at Loftus Road yesterday, or when Burnley took the lead at White Heart Lane, he may have thought his luck had finally run out, but some things are meant to be. This was one of those once-in-a-lifetime wins and we wish him the best of luck – not that he appears to need it!”Some very late incidents were needed for the bet to go through, and the 26 year old must have been saving up his luck throughout the year. Reading scored a 92nd minute winner, Leeds scored in the 89th, there was a disputed penalty in Sheffield Wednesday’s fixture in the 94th whilst Brighton scored their winner in the 95th.(Image Credit)
Orlando police say a woman is facing murder charges after allegedly zipping up her boyfriend inside a suitcase.On Monday police responded to a phone call reporting a man, Jorge Torres, 42, dead.42-year-old Sarah Boone told police she put Torress in a suitcase during a game of hide-and-seek.Boone said they were drinking alcohol, and she passed out in her bed while he was still in the suitcase.Investigators searched her phone and found videos showing Torres yelling from inside the suitcase saying he couldn’t breathe. Boone can be heard laughing and saying, “that’s what I feel like when you cheat on me” and yelling obscenities.She is facing second-degree murder charges.Arrested: Sarah Boone, 42, for Second Degree Murder in the death of 42-year-old Jorge Torres Jr., who died after Boone zipped him into a suitcase, and didn’t return for hours. pic.twitter.com/JCHWG7WNkp— Orange County Sheriff’s Office (@OrangeCoSheriff) February 26, 2020
4 Jul 2013 Four English amateurs join the superstars at Muirfield Four English amateurs will parade their skills alongside the cream of the professional game in the Open Championship at Muirfield in a couple of weeks following superb performances in Wednesday’s Final Qualifying. At Gullane No1, England international Ben Stow (Rushmore, Wiltshire) led the way with round of 72 and 68, while boy cap Matthew Fitzpatrick (Hallamshire, Yorkshire) was tied second a shot further back after signing for 69 and 72. Only the leading three qualified. Meanwhile, at North Berwick, where only three again qualified, Jimmy Mullen (Royal North Devon) produced two 68s to top the leaderboard on 136, six under par. It’s been quite a week for the 19 year old from Bideford. He finished tied third in the Brabazon Trophy at Formby on Saturday, his closing 71 containing a hole-in-one with an eight-iron at the 139-yard 16thhole. In another qualifying event at The Musselburgh, William Bowe (Workington, Cumbria) finished fourth with a pair of 69s and missed qualifying by two strokes, while England international Callum Shinkwin (Moor Park, Hertfordshire) also missed by two at Dunbar after finishing equal eighth with rounds of 68 and 67. The fourth amateur on the start sheet at Muirfield will be Garrick Porteous (Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland), who qualified automatically as Amateur champion. He won the title at Royal Cinque Ports in Kent 12 days ago, beating Finland’s Toni Hakula 6 and 5 in the 36-hole final. Photo Caption: Ben Stow. Image copyright Leaderboard Photography
Leicestershire’s Helen Lowe staged a superb fightback to become the new English senior women’s amateur champion at Woodall Spa.She’d been trailing Julie Brown – the defending champion – since the turn and was three down after 14 holes of the final. But then she turned the tide. She produced a pair of birdies to launch a charge and won four holes in a row to snatch victory on the 18th.“That was when I started pinching myself and thinking ‘Is it really me that has done this?’ It’s absolutely fantastic, I couldn’t happier,” she said.Lowe (image © Leaderboard Photography), who has twice been the Leicestershire county champion, was playing in this event for only the second time. On her debut last year she qualified for the second flight match play; this time she played her way comfortably into the championship match play and proceeded to despatch a series of high quality opponents.First to fall was former champion Caroline Berry (Bromborough), followed by international Lulu Housman (Highgate) and then, in the semi-final, the number two seed Lindsey Shaw (Chevin).The final brought her up against Staffordshire’s Brown, who was not only the defending champion, but also the top seed and an international who last year helped England become European and Home International champions.The first few holes were closely contested, but Lowe (Scraptoft) hit a wobble in the middle, lost her putting touch for a few holes and was three down after 14. But then her feel on the greens returned and she started an unbeatable charge, with birdies on the 15th and 16th, followed by a solid par on 17 to get back to all square.On the 18th Lowe’s birdie putt stayed out, but finished stone dead, while Brown (Trentham) missed a three-foot par putt to keep the match alive.The title belonged to Lowe and she said: “It’s been great, senior golf has opened up a whole new world.” As well as playing in England events, she also finished sixth in last year’s British senior championships.The Flight Two matchplay was won by Debbie Warren (King’s Norton) on her debut appearance in this event, beating former international Roz Adams (Royal Blackheath) by 5/3 in the final.“It was a really good match,” said Warren, who has been Staffordshire county champion three times. “It was nip and tuck at the beginning, and Roz holed some very good putts, but over the last five or six holes I went up a gear.“My long game was fantastic and I hit some iron shots close and had a couple of birdies.”On her way to the final Warren defeated past senior champion Sue Dye (Delamere Forest), Airlie Dyson (Batchworth Park), and former British senior champion Katherine Russell (Royal Ashdown Forest).“I played really good golf over the two days and I’m certainly level par for the four rounds, or under par,” said Warren.She described the match play rounds as a “fresh start” after the two days of stroke play qualifying, played in brutal conditions of strong winds and rain.Click here for full scores 8 May 2015 Helen charges back to win English senior title
Candidates are waking up this morning with either a new job or a continuation of a previous job. School administrators and fire departments are checking results of levies and bonds that will fund their programs.You can find all of the election results from the November 3 general election on the Thurston County Auditor’s website. You can see who is leading in Port Commissioner races, school bond levies, Olympia and Tenino mayor races and all other election returns across Thurston County.http://results.vote.wa.gov/results/20151103/thurston/ Facebook58Tweet0Pin0
Image Courtesy: AP/ReutersAdvertisement dqwm2NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs5hw722hWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Edq2( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) lmqWould you ever consider trying this?😱5h75Can your students do this? 🌚3o8q3d10Roller skating! Powered by Firework Usually, as a bowler, when you see Virat Kohli taking stance on the other end of the pitch, you’re going to feel uneasy. Its not an easy job to deliver against world no. 1 Test and ODI batsman. But, there is one bowler who knows the secret to pick up the Team India skipper’s wicket. Say hello to Adam Zampa, the superstar Australian bowler who has knocked Virat Kohli out six times in white ball formats, and reveals the trick behind it!Advertisement Image Courtesy: AP/ReutersIndia were thrashed by the visitors with a whopping 10 wicket victory at the Wankhede Stadium on Tuesday. Captain Kohli’s experiment with the batting lineup worked against the team by moving down to 4th. The 31 year old was caught and bowled by Adam Zampa after just scoring 16 runs.As the two teams are taking each other on tomorrow in the second match of the series at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Zampa spoke on his method of taking on the opposition leader.Advertisement “It’s going to be an attacking approach. I think if you’re on the back-foot and have a defensive mindset then that’s when he (Kohli) can get on top of you. The most important thing playing in places like India against these guys is to have a little bit of character,” Zampa told reporters.The 27 year old leg break spinner, who has bowled out Kohli four times in ODI and two times in T20, added that Kohli finds cracking leggies at the early stage of the innings difficult.Advertisement He continued: “We basically just find that Virat finds leg-spinners hard to line up early in his innings, to be honest. He’s such a great starter, even the other day he was 16 off 14 or whatever it was, how much energy he brought to the crease, his running between the wickets, some of the cover drives he played off the quicks.”However, the BBL Melbourne Stars player admitted that his half a dozen times victim is still the toughest opponent to crack.“He is a very hard guy to bowl to. He’s one of the toughest guys I’ve ever had to bowl to. After game one, he will be even more switched on. It will be a big challenge.” Zampa added.Also read-Virat Kohli explains similarity between batting and a ‘chole bhature cheat meal’Jasprit Bumrah reveals the secret to send Steve Smith to the pavilion! Advertisement
By The Nelson Daily SportsErik Wentzel scored a power play goal with eight minutes left in the game to spark the Castlegar Rebels to a 4-3 victory over the Nelson Leafs in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action Friday at the NDCC Arena.The loss was the third straight for the Leafs. Castlegar has dominated the season series against the Nelson losing only one game.The teams conclude the West Kootenay rivalry tonight in the Sunflower City. Game time is 7:30 p.m.Castlegar led 2-1 after one period on goals by Spencer Brodt and Ryan Aynsley. Jeff Hodgkinson scored his first goal in a Leaf jersey to keep the home team close.Stuart Walton had the only marker of the second to increase the Rebel lead to 3-1. Dallon Stoddart gave the home side some life scoring seven minutes into the third.But the Murdoch Division leaders power play finally clicked with Wentzel restoring the two-goal lead. Evan J. Moir scored with four minute remaining in the game to make the score close.Castlegar out shot the Leafs by a wide margin with Alex Ross registering the win in goal.Marcus Beesley, getting a lot of work for Nelson between the pipes with Darren Hogg still on the injury list, took the loss.ICE CHIPS: Ryan Aynsley, 20, has verbally committed to a scholarship offer at Northern Michigan University. Aynsley, a native of Kelowna, leads the Rebels in scoring with 31 goals and 35 assists for 66 points in 35 games. Aynsley spent some time with Trail of the BCHL, but decided to return to the Rebels prior to the roster deadline in January. [email protected]