FRISCO, Texas – The Southland ESPN3 Game of the Week features a doubleheader between the New Orleans and Nichollls basketball teams. Coverage begins with the Privateers-Colonels women’s matchup at 4 o’clock, followed by the men’s battle at 6:30. New Orleans at Nicholls / Saturday / ESPN3Women’s Basketball: 4 pm CTMen’s Basketball: 6:30 pm CTLive Stream:Women – http://sland.social/UNONICHWMen – http://sland.social/UNONICHMWatchESPN and ESPN appsTalent:David Saltzman, play-by-playJordy Hultberg, analyst NOTE: For links to additional streams, including school productions, visit the Southland scoreboard page.
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Job Vacancy: Costcutter on Main Street Ballybofey are now recruiting for the role of part-time deli assistant.The ideal candidate will have at least 1 year experience in a food background industry or company and have a strong passion for food and cooking.Flexibility is essential since daytime, evening and weekend shifts are required. If you are ambitious and dedicated and want to join an award-winning team, apply by submitting your CV with cover letter to Colin at email@example.comClosing date for applications: Friday 20th September 2019.Job Vacancy: Award-winning supermarket seeks part-time deli assistant was last modified: September 3rd, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:ballybofey jobsCostcutterdeli assistantpart time jobsrecruitmentsupermarket
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card Antelope Valley, seeded third, opens against Los Padres League runner-up Nipomo. Should the Antelopes win, they will face the Burroughs Ridgecrest-Magnolia of Anaheim winner in the second round. San Andreas League champion Cajon of San Bernardino is seeded second, and Orange League champion Western of Anaheim is seeded fourth. Highland won the Southern Section overall and Dual Meet titles in 1997 and added Div. VI Dual Meet titles in 2003 and 2004. Highland rebounds: Four days after losing the Golden League championship to visiting Antelope Valley in a 29-29 draw, then a ninth-criteria tiebreaker, Highland bounced back with a strong effort in the league finals at Quartz Hill. Coach Mike Young’s 12-time league team champions won four individual titles – Jon Vaughn at 119 pounds, Josh Purpus (125), Gerry Galaviz (135) and Ryan Gifford (152) – and qualified wrestlers at all 14 weight classes for the Feb. 17-18 Central Division individual championships at Brea Olinda High. Longtime Southern Section wrestling power Highland, denied a fourth consecutive Golden League championship this season, takes aim at a fifth section title today, when the Bulldogs and league champion Antelope Valley compete in the Div. V Dual Meet finals. The 16-team competition, scheduled for an 11 a.m. start at Kaiser High in Fontana, includes defending champion Royal of Simi Valley, which has gone undefeated in the rugged Marmonte League for three consecutive seasons. Royal has been ranked No. 1 in Div. V all season, is top-seeded in today’s single-elimination championship tournament and will face Highland in the second round, should both teams win their opening matches. Royal draws Montview League runner-up Azusa in the first round, and Highland starts against host Kaiser, the Sunkist League champion. The Bulldogs also totaled a team-high 248 points in the seven-team competition that produced four postseason qualifiers at each weight. Antelope Valley finished second at 214, and Lancaster was third at 154. “I was real proud of our effort,” Young said. “Teams, when the lose a big one late like that, can go two different directions – improve or cave in. They set the tone for this weekend, and I don’t think we’re through wrestling. “We might not take it all, but i like to think we have a chance. I don’t think I’d like to be any team wrestling us.” Six A.V. champs: Antelope Valley won six individual titles, including the first by four-year starter and three-year captain Eric Timson, who went 3-0 in the 140 weight class to improve to 30-3 for the season and 141-33 for his career. Timson, who came within one victory of qualifying for the State Meet last year, had finished second in league the past three seasons. Other A.V. league champions were Willie Carranza (103), Timothy Javines (145), Myron Castro (160), Justin Paulson (171) and Luis Michel (189). Coach Ron Coleman’s Antelopes qualified wrestlers at 10 weights for the Central divisionals. Breakthrough: Palmdale’s Giovanni Sarran, who had suffered three of his four season losses against Jason Fonzi of Quartz Hill, defeated Fonzi 14-1 in the heavyweight title match to improve to 36-4 for the season and 2-3 against Fonzi. In other strong season rivalries, Lancaster’s Irvin Garcia defeated Highland’s Paul Petros in the 130 final after they had split in four previous matches, and Lancaster’s Kevin Plunkett (42-3) scored an overtime win over Littlerock’s Ryan Cambaliza after winning 1-0 in their league dual-meet matchup. Lancaster’s Jeff Merrill took the other league title, taking the 112 title after winning league at 103 last season. He and Highland’s Josh Purpus (125), who won a third consecutive title, were the only repeat champions. Dave Shelburne, (818) 713-3609 firstname.lastname@example.org 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
A major homecoming is planned for new Irish World Dancing Champion Gavin Shevlin.Niamh and Gavin Shevlin celebrate in Montreal.18 year old Gavin beat off competition form around the world when he competed in Montreal at the World Irish Dancing Championships.Gavin, the son of Michael and Gerlyn Shevlin, of Bomany has been dancing since he was a child. Glenswilly GAA Club will welcome Gavin and his family home to the clubhouse this evening (Tues) at 9.30pm.There’ll be dancing in The Glen tonight!Well done to the Shevlin including sister Niamh who also came 10th in the world in her category. HUGE WELCOME HOME PLANNED FOR IRISH DANCE WORLD CHAMPION GAVIN was last modified: April 7th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalGAVIN SHEVLINGlenswilly GAAwelcome home
There is growing speculation that the winner of a lotto jackpot of more than €8 million could be from Donegal.The ticket was bought at Matt Lyons shop in Sligo Town on March 5th last.But there is a real mystery as the National Lottery hasn’t paid out after a huge €8.24 million winning ticket. A ticket holder claimed the huge fortune on Wednesday, 30th March, which was 13 days ago.It is understood that there are things which need to be resolved before the money can be paid out.The winning numbers of the €8.4 million draw were 2, 8, 16, 24, 33, 42 with a bonus number of 47.The winner purchased a €20 Normal Play ticket on the day the draw was made, Saturday March 5th. A Lottery spokesman said, “We are continuing to engage with the ticket holder and won’t be making any further comment at this time.”Shopowner Matt said the winner could be one of a number of hen parties who visited Sligo that weekend.“We just don’t know,” said Matt.“There were a lot of hen parties in town that weekend and a lot of visitors around so the winner or winners could be from anywhere in Ireland or from abroad.“It certainly took a while for the ticket holder to come forward.” He added “It’s a bit of a strange one all right.“There has been something of a mystery about the winner over the past month or so, but as a retailer we aren’t given any information unless the winner goes public.“I understand that the lottery have said they are engaging with the ticket holder but that nothing has been paid out as yet.“I hope that whatever the issue is that it is resolved.” IS THE €8M LOTTO-WINNER SOLD IN SLIGO FROM DONEGAL? was last modified: April 13th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:donegallottosligo
Letterkenny 24/7 TriathlonLast weekend the Aura in Letterkenny hosted yet another Level 1 Triathlon Ireland Coaching award, it was great to see over 14 coaches taking part and looking to develop on the coaching pathway.24/7 Triathlon Club were out in full force with over 10 plus coaches from the club looking to help develop the club in both the junior and senior section. The Chairman Gavin Crawford was on hand to oversee his colleagues, learning and developing. Many thanks to Aura , Stateside, and 247( Gavin Crawford) and our new tutor Paddy Mc McLaughlin who put the new coaches through their paces.In the 2014 Runaway Donegal Challenge Serie, Letterkenny 24/7 had a first and second place in both the senior men category as well as the ladies category. The series was held over 11 Local sporting events including the Glen and Fanad Duathlons, Mulroy Bay swim, JG 5K & Cycle races, Ballyare 10k, Donegal full & Half Marathon, Mooathon, and two Mulroy Adventure race, both the 21 & 46K distance. Competitors collected points in each event with their best 6 finishes being used for the final score. The concept of the series was brought about by the Moving Mevagh Forward Group to encourage as many people as possible to take part in local sporting events, thus, promoting what Donegal as a whole has to offer, Over 2,000 competitors took part in all of the races. Michael Duffy was overall series winner, and with just 15 points the difference, Eugene Mc Gettigan took 2nd place, Shaun Logue finished in 3rd. A good run of form from the clubs Denis Shields saw him take the over 40 category home. In the ladies section 24/7s newest members Emma Mc Gee and Sister Catherine Mc Kinley finished in 1st and 2nd respectfully.Well done to all. ATHLETICS: LETTERKENNY 24/7 CLUB HOST LEVEL 1 TRIATHLON IRELAND COACHING COURSE was last modified: December 2nd, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:athleticsLetterkenny 24/7 Triathlon ClubNoticesSport
The No. 3 (according to USA Today) and 1-0 Jackrabbits take on the No. 17 and 1-0 Wolverines in an 8 p.m. game at Qwest Field tonight that was made possible because of the ambition of the four-time, state-champion Bellevue program and its booster organization’s deep pockets. It’s an opportunity that coach Raul Lara and the Jackrabbits were more than willing to latch on to. SEATTLE — The best thing about all of the hyperbole that trumpets a “big” upcoming sports event is this: Eventually, people stop talking and writing about it, and the eagerly anticipated game is actually played. The showdown between nationally ranked football teams from Poly High and Washington powerhouse Bellevue has finally reached that point. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 “This is a pretty good challenge,” Lara said Thursday morning, less than a day before a Poly party of 70 coaches, players, trainers and co-principal Shawn Ashley was to board a 6:45 a.m. Seattle-bound flight at the Long Beach Airport. “We’ll throw our guys onto the field and see what happens.” The Wolverines, who opened their season with a 35-0 victory over Mount Rainier on Sept. 2 (in essence, having two weeks to prepare for tonight’s game), grabbed a lot of national attention a year ago by bringing a 39-20 halt to Concord De La Salle’s 151-game winning streak. Lara and his players noticed, too. He and his staff took a peek at the videotape of the Bellevue win over De La Salle even before the contract for tonight’s game was signed last spring. And they also dissected the tape of the Wolverines’ opener two weeks ago. They’re impressed. “There is no doubt that they have a good program over there,” Lara said. Indeed. In the five seasons with Butch Goncharoff as its head coach, the Bellevue program has gone a collective 57-5 with three of the defeats, all in overtime, coming in 2000. The Wolverines lost a lot of quality players including University of Washington freshmen in running back J.D. Hasty and linebacker E.J. Savannah from a 13-0 team that is considered by some the best ever in Washington. The cupboard isn’t bare on the Bellevue campus, obviously, or Lara would have never gotten calls from Dave Mutzel of the program’s booster club or Goncharoff last winter suggesting the game. Slick, quick and savvy quarterback Eric Brock anchored the team’s Wing-T attack to the tune of 460 rushing yards against De La Salle and has a multitude of take-it-to-house threats in backs Keith Rosenberg (who ran almost 400 yards in last season’s state semifinal and championship games), Anthony McQueen and Thomas Zaffino. Six-foot-5, 290-pound Stephen Schilling, a major target of USC coach Pete Carroll, clears a lot of real estate up front for Brock & Co. and will also do his best to disrupt Poly’s offensive rhythm tonight. The Wing-T, a quick-hitting offensive scheme based heavily on misdirection and the ability to exploit a defense’s over-pursuit of the football, is used with a great deal of success by many programs in Southern California, including Dominguez and Esperanza (a team beaten by the Jackrabbits in 2004 CIF Southern Section Division I semifinals). Goncharoff said his program’s version of the offense “isn’t like most other Wing-T’s’ and Lara agreed with that assessment . “They open up their splits (between offensive linemen) a little more than other teams to try to create more (blocking) angles,” he said. As is he case when facing any option attack, the key to keeping the Wolverines’ attack in check will be in the Poly defenders “being aggressive, but not too aggressive,” Lara said. “We have to be disciplined and take care of our assignments.” Goncharoff and his staff and players perused the tape of Poly’s 49-27 victory over Corona of Centennial a week ago tonight and apparently got their hands on celluloid of the Jackrabbits from last season, too. And, as is always the case when coaches and players about to face a Poly team are asked about the Jackrabbits, the Wolverines seem almost glassy-eyed in reverence to their individual and collective speed. “The first thing you notice about them is their incredible team speed,” Goncharoff said earlier this week in his Bellevue High office. “It’s impossible to simulate that in practice. We’re going to have to try to adjust to it, but hopefully, we’re not down 21-0 before we adjust.” Isn’t there always a “but’ in a matchup of this magntitude? “But,” Goncharoff said, “on the flip side, they will have to adjust to the speed and way in which we run our Wing-T. I’ll say this: We’re going to have to keep the ball as long as we can and we, need sevens (touchdowns) and not threes (field goals).” So that is that. Now it’s time to do the playing. Bellevue boosters’ spokesperson Mutzel reported an approximate presale figure mid-Thursday afternoon of “something north of 2,000 tickets’. The booster organization rented Qwest (home of the Seattle Seahawks) and a crowd of about 6,000 is needed for the group to break even on its investment, which also included fronting all of Poly’s travel and accommodations. Mutzel is hopeful that, even with approximately 100 other Seattle-area teams in action tonight “we can draw something in the range of 8 to 10,000.” The game is being televised live by the Fox Sports Network, not only in Southern California but throughout Washington and the rest of the Pacific Northwest as well. Mutzel, and the school’s athletic director, Chris Hoffman, are counting on the number of those who stay away from Qwest tonight because of the option of watching it in real time on television will be easily outnumbered by those lured to the game in part because of the week-long, nightly promotion of the showdown by Fox’s Northwest outlet. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. 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A memorial service will be held Sunday for veteran comedy writer Fred S. Fox of Encino, who worked for legends like Bob Hope, George Burns and Lucille Ball during his 50-year career. Fox died Oct. 23 of pneumonia. He was 90. A native of St. Louis, Mo., and a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, Fox began working in 1939 as a writer-producer for radio stations in San Francisco. He worked for the Office of War Information at the start of World War II, then moved to Los Angeles in 1943, where he launched his career as a comedy writer. He joined Hope’s staff a year later, beginning a business relationship and friendship that spanned decades. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week In 1946, Bob and Delores Hope even offered Fox and his bride, Mercedes Bigue, the use of their Palm Springs home after the comedian made his writer work during his honeymoon. His television writing credits included “The Garry Moore Show,” “The Red Skelton Hour,” “The Andy Griffith Show,” “The Jackie Gleason Show,” and “Here’s Lucy” and “The Lucy Show.” He received a Writer’s Guild Award for “The George Burns Comedy House” and co-wrote the movie “Oh God, Part II.” Survivors include his twin children, Jan Fox and Fred Jr.; a granddaughter, Francesca; and a brother, Henry Fox. A service will be held at 11 a.m. Sunday at the Writer’s Guild Theater, 135 S. Doheny Drive, Beverly Hills. Memorial contributions may be made to donor’s charity.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORERose Parade grand marshal Rita Moreno talks New Year’s Day outfit and ‘West Side Story’ remake160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Editor’s note: It’s Politics reports Saturdays on the ins and outs of Whittier-area politics and city government. Local congressional members were at odds in recent votes on immigration and deficit reduction. The split was along partisan lines, with Republicans in support and Democrats in opposition. Rep. David Dreier, R-Glendora, praised the House of Representatives’ 239-182 vote Dec. 16 approving legislation to strengthen the nation’s border security. “It provides the resources and technology necessary to effectively combat illegal immigration,” Dreier said. “It also addresses the issue of workplace enforcement, another critical aspect of the problem.” The bill includes an amendment by Dreier that mandates the construction of specific security fencing in the five most vulnerable border zones totaling 698 miles. Rep. Gary Miller, R-Brea, also voted for the bill, while Reps. Linda Sanchez, D-Lakewood, and and Hilda Solis, El Monte, voted no. Rep. Grace Napolitano, D-Santa Fe Springs, didn’t vote. “As the daughter of immigrants I take great offense that such a mean spirited, anti-immigrant piece of legislation was approved by the House of Representatives,” Sanchez said. “America deserves better than this badly thought out bill,” Sanchez said. “This bill is not about border security or national security. It just provides a false sense of security – failing to respond to the recommendations of the 9/11 Commission, leaving our ports of entry exposed, and doing nothing meaningful to fix our broken immigration laws.” Another split was over Dec. 19’s 212-206 vote to approve legislation to reduce the deficit. All three Democrats voted no, while Dreier supported it. Miller didn’t vote. “This bill achieves real savings through common sense reforms of these critical programs,” Dreier said. “Enacting this reform package into law will slow the growth of entitlement programs, make more progress toward reducing the deficit, and ensure that benefits and services are available to those who are truly in need.” REPUBLICAN MEETING: Andy Ramirez, chairman of Friends of the Border Patrol, and David Hernandez, chairman of the Committee to Support the Los Angeles County Seal Ordinance, will speak at the 7:30 a.m. Jan. 6 meeting of the Southeast chapter of the Los Angeles County Lincoln Clubs. The event will be held at Geezer’s Restaurant, 12120 Telegraph Road, Santa Fe Springs. Cost is $25 per person. For reservations, write LACLC, 6055 E. Washington Blvd., Suite 228, Commerce, or call Peter Bylsma, (323) 215-4500 or or e-mail email@example.com. PARTY REPORT: Mike Vallante, chief operating officer of the California Republican Party, will speak at the 11 a.m. Jan. 6 meeting of the Whittier Republican Women Federated. The club meets at the Friendly Hills Country Club, 8500 S. Villaverde Drive, Whittier. Business meeting begins at 11 a.m. For reservations, call Pat King, (562) 695-0690. Cost is $17. Mail items for It’s Politics to the Whittier Daily News, P.O. Box 581, Whittier, CA 90608; fax to (562) 698-0450; phone (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3022; or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.