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Bergen Adds Five for 2007-08 Season

first_imgBergen Adds Five for 2007-08 Season Share June 12, 2007PENSACOLA, Fla. – After leading the West Florida women’s basketball team to their fourth consecutive appearance in the Gulf South Conference Tournament last season, head coach Shannan Bergen is preparing for next year. Bergen will add five newcomers to the Argonauts roster next season.Kimarie Bock is a 6-3 forward from Dunedin, Fla. who signed a national letter of intent. Bock, who signed during the early signing period last November, averaged 14 points and six rebounds per game last season as a senior at Dunedin High School. She was named a Top 2007 Prospect by floridahoops.com after earning all-region and all-conference honors as a junior.Bergen also added a Division I and junior college transfer for next season. Amy Drake, a 5-6 sophomore point guard from Niceville, Fla., will transfer from Division I Winthrop University. Drake appeared in 17 games for Winthrop last season as a freshman. She averaged 16 points and five assists per game in high school. In her junior season at Niceville, Drake averaged 18 points, eight assists and five steals per game and was named the Northwest Florida Player of the Year. She also earned all-state second team honors.Renee Polk will complete her collegiate career at West Florida next season. Polk, a 5-6 senior guard from Crestview, Fla., played two seasons at Santa Fe Community College in Gainesville, Fla. where she averaged 10 points and five rebounds per game. Last season she helped lead Langston University in Oklahoma to the NAIA National Quarterfinals.Two other student-athletes will be walk-ons next season. Chelsea Turgeon, a 5-5 freshman guard from Palm Harbor Florida, was a teammate of Bock at Dunedin High School. She averaged 10 points and four assists per game for Dunedin last season.Ren Sutton is a 5-8 junior guard from Niceville, Fla. Sutton played on the Argonauts softball team for two seasons from 2005-06. At Rocky Bayou High School, Sutton was the 2004 Northwest Florida Daily News Athlete of the Year. She also earned all-state honors and was a four-time team most valuable playerPrint Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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Hawks outlast Leafs 7-6, can wrap up Murdoch Semi Friday in Nelson

first_imgTwo goals 17 seconds apart in the third period lifted the Beaver Valley Nitehawks to a 7-6 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League victory over the Nelson Leafs in playoff action Thursday night in Fruitvale.The Hawks lead the best-of-seven Murdoch Division Semi Final 3-2 with Game six Friday at the NDCC Arena.With the score deadlocked at 5-5, Beaver Valley captain Archie McKinnon scored on the power play giving the Hawks the 6-5 lead.Seconds later Ryan Edwards caught the Leafs napping to give the hosts a two-goal margin.Bryce Neilsen with his second of the game in the final minute pulled Nelson to within a goal of the Hawks.But Beaver Valley was able to withstand the late Nelson push to secure the win and the series lead.Dallas Calvin led all scorers with three goals with McKinnon finishing with a pair.Arie Postmus had the other Beaver Valley goal.Carsen Willans, Seth Schmidt, Robson Cramer and Colton Schell replied for Nelson. Neilsen and Aaron Dunlap each had three points for Nelson.Each team finished the game with three power play goals.Beaver Valley out shot the Leafs 39-31.Jarrod Schamerhorn and Zach Perehudoff split the netminding for the Hawks while Brett Soles took the loss for Nelson.Rebels dust off Braves in five gamesQuinn Kimchuk scored unassisted at 17:05 of the second overtime period to give Castlegar a 3-2 win over Spokane in Game five of the Murdoch Division Semi Final Thursday in the Sunflower  City.The Rebels win the best-of-seven series 4-1 and now await the winner of the Nelson/Beaver Valley set in the Murdoch Division Final.Each team scored twice on the power play with Erik Alden tying up the game early in the third period with his second special teams marker of the game.Sean Collins and Alex Peltram replied for Spokane.Jordan Gluck out dueled Matt Zenzola in the nets to register the win.Castlegar out shot the Braves 45-29.last_img read more

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Sleeper prospects you won’t find on Giants Top 10 list

first_imgCLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile deviceGOODYEAR, Ariz.–MLB.com released its latest prospect rankings Monday and there’s no surprise what player ranks as the best in the San Francisco Giants farm system.Catcher Joey Bart, the No. 2 overall pick in the 2018 MLB Draft, is in his first big league camp and earning strong reviews for his work this spring.The new rankings list Bart as the franchise’s top prospect and the player with the best “power” tool in the …last_img read more

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Sanwood Cute Girls Womens Cat Ears Headband, sooo soft, cute and comfortable

first_imgDoes the position perfectly and appears to be like definitely cute. Seems to be and feels substantial excellent in particular for the selling price compensated. Have purchased a person for a good friend as aspect of her birthday current.Great, turned up well in advance of its shipping and delivery date. Appears cute, matches very well, all round a good purchase.Slight far too limited for my head, ears arent as pictured.Key specs for Sanwood Cute Girls Womens Cat Ears Headband (Black):Cute style, easy to wear and take off.Material: Fabric. Cat ears design, lovely and fashionable.Circumference: 46cm/18.11″ (Approx.) (Elastic). Diameter: 15cm/5.91″ (Approx.)A good hair accessary to help you washing your face or make you be more beautiful.Also best gift for the others.Comments from buyers“Keeps your hair firmly off your face and is super cute!, sooo soft, cute and comfortable, all was good. It does its job and it’s cute St , Fun and beautiful, Absolutely gorgeous, Super soft hair band that is so cute!”I seem a lot much less scary now when. I look a ton considerably less terrifying now when i set on my attractiveness packs and encounter masks.I use this to hold my hair back again when making use of facemasks.When i do perform to hold my hair again tremendous cute ^u^. I put on this every time i do get the job done to keep my hair back again super cute ^u^.Enjoy it, so cute and it holds my hair nicely in place.Came tremendous quick and is genuinely cute.Cute and fluffy, furthermore they are of good top quality which stunned me for how low-cost they are.It is so gentle, comfortable and tremendous cute and i have on it all the time at residence. Plus, the shipping and delivery was actually rapid.Does what is intended to do ? keeps your hair absent from the water and cream.Definitely comfy and entirely cute ?.Retains your hair firmly off your confront and is tremendous cute. Extremely goood for the rate, attractive and smooth. Keeps your hair firmly off your confront and is tremendous cute.Super super soft and fluffy xd.Just receiver it but the ears are not like they are in the photo. Just receiver it but the ears usually are not like they are in the photograph. I nevertheless like the products but the images need to be additional accurate.It does its career and it is cute st. It does its job and it can be cute st the exact time. The only issue draw back is that cause of the materials someday your hair may possibly get frizzy.So tender and attractive, feels lovely to use although washing my face or donning a encounter mask. Considering of shopping for some extra in the other colours as they are so wonderful.Cute and quite comfy, adore it for putting on encounter packs.Sooo tender, cute and comfortable. I obtained my make-up headband today. It took about a couple weeks to appear. This headband is soooo comfortable and cute. It suits my head completely not to tight. I would certainly propose this solution.Extremely comfortable product nonetheless the ears are all pink and. Incredibly gentle material however the ears are all pink and don’t have a black outline as shown in the image.Arrived substantially more quickly than envisioned and pretty cute, nevertheless as some other people outlined, the ears will not truly look like the ones in the photo but it nonetheless does the position.Tremendous smooth hair band that is so cute. They do a fantastic job of preserving hair off your facial area when you acquire your makeup off, or just a enjoyment accessory.last_img read more

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Mobile Accounts for 10% of Google Queries, Says Analyst

first_imgWhat it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement Tags:#Google#mobile#NYT#search#Trends#web Mobile searches account for an estimated 10% of Google queries, says Citi analyst Mark Mahaney in a research note released earlier this week. The report, which examined the new comScore search market data, mainly focused on how the use of slideshows by Yahoo and Bing perhaps unfairly boosted their search share ratings. The mobile search mention itself was nearly overlooked, as it was more of side note in the larger report. Although comScore doesn’t include mobile search results in its findings, said Mahaney, those queries now account for “almost 10% of total GOOG queries.”Mobile search queries are “growing very rapidly for GOOG – perhaps triple-digit Y/Y growth,” remarked Mahaney in the note released Tuesday morning before attributing the 10% figure to them. Related Posts Internet analyst Greg Sterling from research service Internet2Go then further examined what that number means in concrete terms. “Ten percent of 10,292,000,000 monthly queries is 1,292,000,000, or more than 1 billion monthly search queries coming from mobile devices in the U.S. alone,” he writes. In Q1, says Sterling, Google made just over $2 billion from search in the U.S. on Google.com, out of $6.7 billion in total revenue. If you assumed that Google makes the same amount on every search query, 10% of that Q1 U.S. search revenue would be just over $200 million. However, Google doesn’t make the same amount on each query, and on mobile, there are fewer ads but higher response rates. The actual revenue, Sterling estimates, would be less than $200 million. Although these figures are just ballpark calculations, Sterling notes that “it’s not crazy to suggest that mobile could be a billion-dollar revenue stream for Google within five years.” Of course, all these calculations are based on the 10% mobile search estimate, so how accurate of a number is that? Well, last month, another analyst, RBC‘s Ross Sandler, said mobile search accounted for around 9% of all queries this year – a number close to Mahaney’s. Sandler also said mobile search could grow to 20% of all queries by 2012, but a large gap still existed between the number of queries and mobile’s share of search advertising. Still, he estimated mobile search advertising could be a $2-3 billion market by 2012. The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces sarah perezlast_img read more

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Tokyo 2020 plans weather monitoring after heatstroke fears

first_imgPH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss “I feel that only in Japan would you go to that kind of detail,” he said, citing preparations for providing shade and water for athletes and spectators.If 2020 takes place in the same conditions that prevailed last summer in Tokyo, “the Organising Committee is really, really ready to counter the situation,” said Dubi.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Grace Poe files bill to protect govt teachers from malicious accusations Japanese medical groups have warned the event could “lead to deaths” from heatstroke.In December, Tokyo 2020 officials announced they would move back the start of the marathon to “between 5:30am and 6am”. They had previously moved it back to 7am.Organizers have toyed with various ways of beating the heat including the introduction of daylight saving time — an idea that appears to have fallen by the wayside.Last time Japan hosted the Olympics, in 1964, the competition was held in October to avoid the hot summer conditions.IOC Olympic Games Executive Director Christophe Dubi told reporters later Friday that what 2020 organizers were doing in terms of heat countermeasures was “stunning”.ADVERTISEMENT ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting LATEST STORIEScenter_img FILE – Mascots for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Games Miraitowa (centre L) and Someity (centre R) pose during their debut event in Tokyo on July 22, 2018.The organisers of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics Games announced the names of the mascots on July 22. / AFP PHOTO / Kazuhiro NOGITokyo 2020 organizers on Friday unveiled plans for a center to monitor extreme weather, after concerns the city’s scorching summer could cause heatstroke or even deaths during the Games.The next Olympics will also overlap with Japan’s typhoon season, and the potential for extreme conditions has become a major headache for the event after a string of weather-related disasters.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Organizers will work with a private weather company and the government’s meteorological agency to analyze climate data in areas with Olympic venues, a Tokyo 2020 official told AFP.The center will send warnings about weather-related emergencies, including the risk of heatstroke and even evacuation information if necessary, she added.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chiefSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesLast year Japan was rocked by a number of weather emergencies, including record rainfall in the west of the country that killed more than 200 people.A deadly heatwave also gripped the country during the summer, raising concerns about outdoor events during the Games, particularly the marathon. US judge bars Trump’s health insurance rule for immigrants PBA: Fuel Masters destroy Elite to keep unbeaten streak going SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte PDEA chief backs Robredo in revealing ‘discoveries’ on drug war ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woeslast_img read more

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Participation Meeting A Success

first_imgLeaders of the sport of Touch Football came together on Friday to address participation opportunities to grow the sport. Staff members from Touch Football Australia (TFA), New South Wales Touch Association (NSWTA) and Queensland Touch Association (QTA) met in Canberra to discuss ideas on participation and growth in Touch Football. TFA Chief Executive Officer, Colm Maguire said the meeting was a success and that he looks forward to the implementation of the ideas discussed. “At the beginning of this year we identified key areas of focus, one of which was participation and the need to address participation opportunities for people within our sport but also addressing the important area of growth. “All bodies in Touch Football are looking to grow the sport and present more opportunities for people to participate. The meeting was a key opportunity to get together representatives from across Australia in terms of New South Wales, Queensland and some of the other states as well as the key staff at Touch Football Australia charged with the responsibility of delivering products to support growth and we honed in on some key areas we think can solve that. “I was truly energised by some of the ideas that actually came out of today and I really believe with a unified and collaborative approach to the delivery of the various things that we put on the table, we should realise a lot of the growth outcomes that we’ve set for ourselves as a long term strategic goal. Our Participation Plan is the map that will guide any of the strategies that we put in place but the meeting really resulted in people having buy in to some of those outcomes and saying that we will commit to the delivery of various elements over the next 12 to 18 months and see what the outcomes are.“To have the people in the room contributing the way that they did, I truly believe that we have the right people and the right ideas, now it’s about turning it into action and the coming months will see us develop an action plan from the initiatives we’ve talked about today and hopefully the sport is the beneficiary,” Maguire said. NSWTA General Manager, Dean Russell said that the meeting was positive and he looks forward to seeing the outcomes achieved from the items discussed. “The NSWTA is looking to work with both TFA and all the states to come up with initiatives to both grow the sport and participation. The outcomes from the meeting have been a positive first step in achieving this goal. We look forward to further developments for the betterment of all our current and also future members,” Russell said. QTA General Manager, Gary Madders, also took lots of positives from the meeting.  “There are definitely positives signs in the four areas we’ve targeted to focus on for the sport, there will certainly be a lot of work done in those areas in the coming months and into next year in particular to try to regrow the sport around Australia,” Madders said. TFA General Manager, Sport Operations, Marianne Maguire said that there are some exciting opportunities ahead in the area of participation.“TFA remains committed to our strategic objective to ‘substantially increasing participation’ and achieving results within our Participation Plan.  The meeting continues to build on the strategies and outcomes identified in the Plan in a collaborative and consultative manner with our key partners.“There are some exciting opportunities to diversify our participation models and revenue sources, which will help the sport adjust with today’s changing sporting environment.  We look forward to building on these with the ASC and the rest of the unified states at a proposed meeting in June,” Maguire said.  TFA Participation Manager, Adam Raptis, said that the meeting was a ‘fantastic opportunity’ to work together and develop ideas. “The main focus of my role is to develop initiatives and programs that are geared towards achieving the major outcomes of our Participation Plan; those being the increase of our participant base and the development of support mechanisms to provide a quality experience for our members. The meeting provided a fantastic opportunity to brainstorm and further develop some of these ideas with staff members from our partnering states in New South Wales and Queensland,” Raptis said. TFA General Manager, Regional Operations, Matt Bamford, was also pleased with how the meeting went. “The meeting presented an opportunity to bring together a range of ideas and initiatives for the future of Touch Football in Australia.  The scope for innovative and diverse participation ideas beyond the traditional is an area of real opportunity for the game, and one we need to embrace and move forward with,” Bamford said.The Australian Government provides Touch Football Australia with funding on an annual basis. This support continues to assist Touch Football to obtain the growth objectives set in conjunction with the Australian Sports Commission (ASC) through the TFA Participation Plan.  Related LinksParticipation Meetinglast_img read more

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a month agoNapoli captain Insigne snaps back at reporters after Cagliari defeat

first_imgNapoli captain Insigne snaps back at reporters after Cagliari defeatby Carlos Volcanoa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveNapoli captain Lorenzo Insigne snapped back at reporters after defeat to Cagliari.A late Lucas Castro header proved the winner.Sky Sport Italia pundit Giancarlo Marocchi angered Insigne when suggesting they played with the intensity of a pre-season friendly.“I find that offensive, especially from a former player, to suggest that we didn’t give our all out there,” replied Insigne.“You can criticise our results, but I will not stand for claims we gave less than 100 per cent today.” About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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