Special Condition (s) of Employment: Establish a positive atmosphere in the residential communitythat is conducive to student academic and developmental success aswell as overall student satisfaction with their Student Housing andResidential Life experience.Promote the development of a multicultural community throughassisting students in establishing a genuine respect for, andappreciation of personal differences.Create an environment that encourages students to growintellectually, socially, emotionally, physically, interpersonally,and ethically toward personal autonomy and interdependence.Build community that is purposeful, open, disciplined, just,caring and celebrative (Boyer).Promote and provide healthy challenges and support toward wholeperson success.Create and promote opportunities for meaningful connectionsbetween students, faculty and staff.Utilize Benchworks and other data to inform studentsatisfaction initiatives.Recommend and initiate solutions to problems or issues insystems procedures, ensuring residents’ needs are continually metin a supportive, caring manner. Develop strategies in line with theStudent Housing & Residential Life Mission Statement to enhanceresidents’ experiences while they live in the UH residentialcommunity. Monitor physical condition of residence hall, suite, andapartment areas, working collaboratively with maintenance andcustodial staff to report and follow-up on work order requests,damages, and facility emergencies.Develop positive working relationships with the buildingfacilities supervisor and custodial lead.Collaborate with the SHRL facilities program coordinator andassociate director of facilities and conference services. Identify prospective student leaders and encourage them tobecome involved within the residential community, the ResidenceHall Association (RHA), the University and the community.Promote and encourage resident involvement in leadershipdevelopment programs.Indirectly advise the community Hall Council.Supervise and coach the Community Mentor who serves as theprimary Advisor for the organization.Potentially serve as a Co-Advisor to Residence HallsAssociation or National Residence Hall Honorary Individual Student and Community Development and Satisfaction Manages the administrative processes for the facility, whichincludes room assignments and room changes, contract releases,student files, key control and work orders.Selects, trains, supervises and evaluates administrative staffand student assistants.Plans and evaluates programs and educational and communitybuilding initiatives for the student staff.Responsible for on-call emergencies and duty rotation for thecampus student population.Enforces Residential Life & Housing and university policiesand procedures, rules and regulations.Counsels students concerning conduct, safety, sanitation orbehavior improvement.Provides student leadership development for hall and floorcouncil members through training and mentoring.Maintains daily office hours; ensures high visibility withstudents and staff at department and university functions.Serves as liaison with other departments to coordinate studentleadership and educational opportunities.Performs other job-related duties as assigned. EEO/AAAbout University of HoustonEstablished in 1927, the University of Houston (UH) empowersstudents in their pursuit of learning, discovery, leadership andengagement. Located in a sprawling metropolis, our premier Tier One campus provides studentswith cutting-edge programs including undergraduate, graduate,doctoral, distance, and continuing education studies. Ranked amongthe best colleges in America, UH is home to award-winning faculty,innovative research centers, alumni who have become internationalleaders and one of the most diverse student populations in thenation. UH is recognized as the second-most diverse public researchuniversity in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. It isdesignated as a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) and an AsianAmerican Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution(AANAPISI) by the U. S. Department of Education. At the Universityof Houston, we prepare students to envision their future, emerge asleaders and launch careers that transform the world.About Student Housing and Residential LifeStudent Housing & Residential Life (SHRL) supports the missionof the University of Houston by fostering communities whereacademic success, student growth and development, diversity, andcommunity are nurtured. Our professional staff and students leadwith our values of student success, student development, customerservice, and an ethic of care. SHRL supports a residentialpopulation of about 7,000 residents from across Harris County,Texas and the world.Position SummaryThe Residential Life Coordinator (RLC) is responsible for: buildingrelationships and fostering a community that supports a diverseresidence hall population, supporting students to grow and developindividually and collectively, striving for personal and academicsuccess by utilizing an intentional residential curriculum. Duringthe summer, the RLCs are conference staff leaders focused oncustomer service for conference participants. As the University ofHouston is a Tier One research institution with a large residentialpopulation, developing relationships and community to enhancestudent learning is central to the work of this position. The RLCreports to an Assistant Director for Residential Life and is a12-month, full-time, exempt position. The position is an essentialstaff member and a part of the University’s emergency operationsplan.Essential duties and responsibilities include, but are not limitedto, the following: Be knowledgeable of Federal, State, University, and StudentHousing & Residential Life policies, regulations, procedures,and community standards applicable in a higher educationresidential life setting.Perform a variety of administrative duties, including but notlimited to, reports, check-in/check-out procedures, occupancystatistics and demographics, assessing hall damage charges,enforcing key control, overseeing and communicating with summerconference groups, and sharing information with supervisors andcolleagues.Periodically initiate, implement, and/or support quantitativeand qualitative data collection techniques to assist in determiningresidence hall and departmental goals and objectives.Collaborate with the SRD for the community and Housing Managersfor room assignments, room transfers, cancellations, and keycontrol. Serve as University Conduct Officer On-Call Responsibilities Serve on 24-hour duty (day, evening, holiday, and weekend) 365days a year in rotation with other live-on professionals respondingto a variety of emergencies including, but not limited to crisisand emergency response, facility maintenance, direction and supportfor student staff members, and conflict resolution for residentsliving in on-campus housing facilities (approximately 6,500students).Assist with coordination and management of temporary housingfor students facing health concerns. This includes but is notlimited to housing assignments, meal and mail delivery, and dailycheck-ins. Coordinates the operations of a major area of the Residence Hall,which includes office administration, property management,community development, policy enforcement, programming, andpersonnel administration. Directly supervise, develop, and evaluate: 12-18 ResidentAdvisors (RAs), a Community Mentor, who may be a graduate student,Summer Conference Assistants.Provide guidance to Faculty in Residence and other universitystaff involved in learning communities.Facilitate an environment of personal growth, leadershipdevelopment, and academic success through formal training sessions,one-on-one meetings, scheduled staff meetings, and staffdevelopment opportunities.Assist in the planning, development, implementation, andassessment of training for student staff members.Collaborate with the Supervisor of Residential Desks (SRD’s) toindirectly supervise Desk Assistants. Supervision Committee Responsibilities Residential Life Program Development Leadership Development and Advising Must pass criminal history investigation prior to employment.Must be available to work evening, weekends and holidays, whennecessary and serve in an on-call rotation. Ability to work in anoccasional high-pressured environment. Ability to operate a widevariety of office equipment and independently troubleshootproblems.Demonstrated ability to address the essential functionsassociated with this position including the knowledge and abilitiesidentified above. Must continue to meet the established drivingstandards as a condition of employment. Coordinate one or more facets of Residential Life throughserving on committee.Serve on or chair a department level committee.Participate in division committees. Lead student success initiatives for the communityEstablish meaningful relationships with residents in thecommunity.Utilize personal connections, iClicker, and other data to:Identify students who are experiencing academic, personal,developmental, and/or community difficulties and provide assistanceand advocacy. Identify students “at risk” in the community andprovide appropriate intervention, resources and referrals.Partner with Faculty in Residence to execute meaningfulinteractions with residents.Partner with Academic Affairs, learning communities, and othercampus partners to meet student needs.Create a community where retention rates, GPA’s, and graduationrates are strong. Administration Facilities Management Review all incident reports (IR’s) for the area.Create, charge, and hear student conduct cases. Issuesanctions, complete all corresponding paperwork, maintain recordsand database for conduct caseload within prescribed timelines.Administer sanctions based on an educational and developmentalapproach, encouraging residents to take responsibility for theiractions in the community.Interpret and explain university philosophy, policies,expectations, regulations, and the developmental educational goalsof the conduct process to staff, residents, parents, and members ofthe campus community when necessary.Consult and coordinate as necessary with administrators andother university departments to maximize student learning anddevelopment, community safety, and retention.Confront University and Student Housing & Residential Lifepolicy and community standard violations when observed, as well asassisting student staff with the resolution of difficultconfrontation situations. Development and marketing of active and passive activitiesdesigned to meet the needs of community residents based on thedepartment’s residential curriculum, residential themes and/oracademically oriented theme/living-learning communities andavailable data.Integrate students’ residential and academic experiencesthrough the development of quiet study areas, supportive workshopsand activities, and the facilitation of faculty involvement in thecommunity.While the programmatic focus of RA’s is to intentionally buildmeaningful relationships with residents, RLC’s are responsible forsupporting them working with FIR’s, RHA, and campus partners tosponsor/advertise programs emphasizing relationship building,student learning, diversity and inclusion, leadership development,academic success, and community participation – tenets central tothe Department of Student Housing & Residential Life, Divisionof Student Affairs and Enrollment Services, and UH MissionStatements.Use data (iClicker, BenchWorks, etc.) to inform programmaticdecisions. Preferred Qualifications:Live-in staff experience such as full-time Resident Director ispreferred or experience a Graduate Resident Director.Master’s degree is strongly preferred. Master’s Degree in CollegeStudent Personnel, Higher Education Administration, Counseling,Sociology, or related field is highly desirable; demonstratedsupervisory and leadership experience; experience advising studentgroups; demonstrated understanding of and commitment to theUniversity of Houston Mission Statement and the Division of StudentAffairs and Enrollment Services Strategic Plan.Pay Grade UHE- 106 | Position salary: is $34,620The above statements are intended to describe the general natureand level of work being performed. They are not intended to be anexhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills requiredof personnel so classified.The University of Houston is an equal opportunity, affirmativeaction employer. Women, minorities, Veterans, and persons withdisabilities are encouraged to apply.Qualifications :Bachelor’s Degree and 3 years experience.Requires a thorough understanding of both theoretical and practicalaspects of an analytical, technical or professional discipline; orthe basic knowledge of more than one professional discipline.Knowledge of the discipline is normally obtained through a formal,directly job-related 4 year degree from a college or university oran equivalent in-depth specialized training program that isdirectly related to the type of work being performed.Requires a minimum of three (3) years of directly job-relatedexperience.
Andrew WangAndrew WangWang, 50, first ran for the city council in 2004. He is the practice administrator at the Kansas City Eye Clinic. Wang is a graduate of Northwestern University. He also has an MBA from UMKC and a degree in health services administration from KU. He first lived in Prairie Village as a child. He and his wife, Janie, bought their Prairie Village home in 1997. They have two children. Wang has volunteered at St. Ann School, on the local alumni admissions council for Northwestern and in a mentorship program for the American College of Healthcare Executives. David MorrisonDavid MorrisonMorrison, 53, was first elected to the Prairie Village City Council in 2008 and re-elected in 2012. He is a senior direct marketing representative for Celebrity China & Cookware. He has attended KU and summer programs at Yale and London School of Economics. Morrison is in the Kansas Certified Public Manager program and the League of Kansas Municipalities leadership academy. He has been active in the National League of Cities as a member of steering committees and on the LKM finance and taxation policy committee. He is a graduate of Leadership Northeast. He has been a board member or volunteer with Heartland Community Credit Union, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Kansas City Cares and the Boy Scouts. He has lived in Prairie Village for more than 40 years. Courtney McFaddenCourtney McFaddenMcFadden, 40, is a manager for AT&T where he has worked for more than 16 years. She has a bachelor’s from Kansas State, a master’s in communications from University of North Texas, and an MBA from UMKC. She has volunteered with Urban Rangers, Head Start, VillageFest and the MVP program in Shawnee Mission schools. McFadden and her husband, Tim, are the parents of two children. She served one year on the Prairie Village City Council. Serena SchermolySerena SchermolySchermoly, 44, is the owner of 3 Cups Media. She has served on the board of the Kansas Motor Carrier Association and chaired the safety council for the group. Following Hurricane Katrina, she formed a non-profit called “Open Your Home” to connect survivors with temporary housing. She is the marketing director for the Prairie Village Jazz Festival and vice chair of the arts council. She moved to Prairie Village in 2010 to join her husband, Michael, a long-time resident. She has three children and a grandchild. Brooke MoreheadBrooke MoreheadMorehead and her husband, Mike, own Prairiebrooke Arts. They have lived in Prairie Village for 30 years and have two daughters and five grandchildren. She has a bachelor’s from Truman State. Ashley WeaverAshley WeaverWeaver, 39, has served one term on the city council. She has a bachelor’s degree from University of Texas. Weaver has served on the board of the Prairie Village Homes Association for 10 years and is an island volunteer. She initiated a crosswalk program for Prairie Elementary. She has completed the Prairie Village Citizens Police Academy, the FBI Citizens Academy and the Northeast Johnson County Leadership program. She and her husband, Kevin, have lived in Prairie Village since 2002. They have two children. Ted OdellTed OdellOdell, 52, is project director at Mark One Electric Company and a Real Estate agent with ReeceNichols. He was elected to the city council in 2012. He has a bachelor’s degree from Kansas State. He and his wife have two daughters. Ruth HopkinsRuth HopkinsHopkins, 61, was first elected to the council in 1992 and has served since. She is a Medical Technologist at Research Medical Center. She is a graduate of Leadership Northeast and received the “Making Democracy Work” award from the League of Women Voters and the “Elected Official” award from the MARC Solid Waste Management District, where she represents Johnson County mayors and chairs the committee. She served on the National League of Cities board and is a member of the NLC Advisory Council. She and husband, Fred, have three children and one grandchild. In Prairie Village, all six of the incumbent city council members whose terms are expiring are running for re-election. In three of those wards, they are running unopposed In three others, they have a challenger.Running unopposed are Andrew Wang in Ward 3, Brooke Morehead in Ward 4, and Ted Odell in Ward 6. In Ward 1, incumbent Ashley Weaver will face Lee Duong. In Ward 2, incumbent Ruth Hopkins is challenged by Serena Schermoly. And in Ward 5, incumbent David Morrison is challenged by Courtney McFadden.Although Morrison is officially the incumbent in Ward 5, McFadden served in the council seat for a year during the last four-year term. She was appointed to the vacancy after Morrison was removed from his seat by a court order. Morrison was then re-instated on appeal. The election should make the court case moot.Lee DuongDuong, 39, is a physician at the Kansas City VA Medical Center. She is the youngest of five children whose parents came to the United Sates as Vietnamese refugees. Duong is a graduate of Boston College and The American University of the Caribbean. She did her residency at the University of Kansas Medical Center and a fellowship at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Duong has volunteered at the Prairie Village Jazz Festival, has taught English to refugees through Catholic Charities, and has volunteered at Rock the Parkway. She is an area co-director for the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry. She has lived in Prairie Village for six years.
Share Sharing is caring! Share Share LocalNews AID Bank announces initiatives to stimulate growth by: – September 4, 2013 Tweet 16 Views no discussions Manager of the Credit Operations Department, Matilda JohnRoseThe Dominica Agricultural, Industrial and Development Bank (AID Bank) has commenced a series of initiatives to facilitate growth in the economy. On Tuesday the Bank announced that it has slashed interest rates on loans as low as six percent in some cases. “The AID Bank introduces a reduction of its interest rates for new customers in Agriculture, Education and Services for a period of six months. We are also providing a reduction in mortgages of eight percent of a period of 30 years but the benefit is a no down payment,” manager of the Credit Operations Department, Matilda JohnRose said.The Bank has also reduced its interest rates in the Agricultural sector from 10 percent to a range of between 6 to 8.5 percent.This is in an effort to create more production locally particularly with the construction of an Abattoir on island.“With the introduction of the Abattoir project, the opportunity arises to enhance our current farm holdings to provide technical assistance and to increase our poultry and pork production as a form of import substitutions,” Mrs JohnRose said.The farmers associated with the abattoir project have been offered a concessionary interest rate of six percent. “So anybody associated with the abattoir project, be it in poultry or pork production, we provide financing either to increase the farm holding to provide technical assistance or to gear up for the production of that project”.The Bank has also reduced interest rates on educational loans under education to the local, regional and extra regional studies from nine percent to eight percent. “The field of study has to be on the priority list, so anybody desirous of studying and the government has approved your field of study we have reduced the interest rate,” Mrs. Jon Rose noted. Clients with new and existing viable projects in the services sector will also benefit from a reduced interest rate from 10% to 7%. The AID Bank is also offering loans for renewable energy at 5% for locally incorporated companies and new and existing households. Dominica Vibes News
JACKSBORO, TN (WLAF) – Jacksboro Patrolman Zach Wright had a front row seat to a DUI driver around midnight on Wednesday morning.Wright was on patrol on the four lane when he spotted a red Honda a few hundred feet ahead of him swerving erratically, the report said.As the officer sped up for a closer look, he noticed the driver was allegedly failing to stay in his lane, driving in the center of both lanes and almost wrecking twice according to the report. Wright initiated a traffic stop, and the car pulled over across from First National Bank.Joseph Derrick Morris was arrested for the third time for driving under the influence.Wright discovered 25-year- old Joseph Derrick Morris of Pleasant Ridge Road in La Follette was behind the wheel of the Honda Civic. In his report, Wright said Morris had constricted pupils along with bloodshot eyes, very slurred speech and was unsteady on his feet.Morris agreed to a field sobriety test. Wright noted that Morris exhibited 16 out of 18 combined clues from three different tests that there was alcohol and/or other drug impairment.When asked if he takes any medication, Morris said yes. He went on to say in the report that he takes suboxone as well as Gabapentin.Morris was charged with DUI (third offense), driving on a revoked driver’s license (third offense) and violation of probation out of General Sessions Court. Bond was set at $27,335.Jail records indicate that the 25-year -old Morris has been in and out of jail since he turned 18- years- old. Charges range from public intoxication to aggravated assault by domestic violence to vandalism to driving under the influence. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 05/14/2020-6AM) Share this:FacebookTwitter
09/08/2018 Kepa Arrizabalaga has published a goodbye letter after leaving Athletic Bilbao for Chelsea, in a world record 80 million euro move – he is the most expensive goalkeeper in the history of football. “That doesn’t mean I forget Athletic’s values, the same ones I’ve followed for 15 years, and for that I have to thank the club and its supporters. “I want to thank Athletic for the love and respect they have instilled in me during these years and I’ll always take that with me. To all my teammates over the years and the ones I leave behind in the dressing room – you are the best. RELATED STORIES “But I want to let everyone know I have made the decision calmly and in a responsible way. It was not easy to leave everything I have worked for so many years, the exertion nd the experiences. “Today is the day I leave my Athletic home, it is a day of mixed feelings to leave the club I joined as a nine-year-old,” wrote Kepa. “It’s where I grew up as a person and a footballer, from when I was little, and I understand some fans will understand my decision and others won’t. La carta de despedida de Kepa al Athletic Athletic Bilbao confirm Kepa Arrizabalaga’s departure for Chelsea move “And finally, thanks to the fans. Every time I walked into San Mames I felt privileged and I noted your love and strength. I will always be in debt to what you have made me feel. Aupa Athletic!!” IN SPORT.ES Jesús Burgos Upd. on 10/08/2018 at 09:33 CEST “However, sometimes in football you have to take a step forward to face personal challenges and develop your career. I’ve analysed what is best for me so I consider the opportunity presented to me in signing for Chelsea is the best for my future.
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Both the European Ladies and Girls Team Championships are taking place this week in Iceland and Norway. The teams are competing in the annual tournament and have high hopes of securing a top table finish. The ladies team includes GB&I Curtis Cup stars Olivia Mehaffey (RCDL) and Maria Dunne (Skerries). Mehaffey has several titles under her belt this year, including the Irish Close, Irish Open Stroke Play and Welsh Ladies Open Stoke Play Championships. Dunne, a leader and role model for many of her teammates finished third at the Scottish Open Stroke Play and secured 2 from 4 points which greatly helped GB&I lift the Curtis Cup at Dun Laoghaire.They will also be joined by US based Jessica Carty (Holywood), who was recently named Summit League Golfer of the Year, Louise Coffey (Malone) who won the Woodbrook Scratch Cup and reached the Irish Close final at Lahinch, Jessica Ross (Donaghadee), who finished runner-up at both the Welsh Ladies Open Stroke Play and the R&A Foundation Scholars Tournament and last but not least Sinead Sexton (Lahinch), Irish Close leading qualifier and semi-finalist.For further information on the European Ladies’ Amateur Team Championships please visit the official website HERE.European Ladies Team Championships – Oddur GC (Iceland)Jessica Carty (Holywood)Louise Coffey (Malone)Maria Dunne (Skerries)Olivia Mehaffey (Royal Co. Down Ladies)Jessica Ross (Clandeboye)Sinead Sexton (Lahinch)Non Travelling Reserve: Paula Grant (Lisburn)Team Captain: Sinead Keane (Royal Curragh/Naas)Team Coach: Donal ScottThe girls’ are fielding a great team, all of whom have experience of golfing at an elite level. Rachel Thompson (Cork) will make her first International debut after a stunning year of consistent and noticeable scoring. The Cork native finished tied 21st at the Welsh Ladies Open Stroke Play and showcased her skills at Lahinch for the Irish Close Championship. She will join Munster Champion Valerie Clancy (Killarney), 2015 Junior Vagliano players Mairead Martin (Killarney) and Annabel Wilson (Lurgan), the Island’s Julie McCarthy and Lurgan member Niamh McSherry.For further information on the European Girls’ Amateur Team Championships please visit the official website HERE.European Girls Team Championships – Oslo GC (Norway)Valerie Clancy (Killarney)Mairead Martin (Killarney)Julie McCarthy (Forrest Little)Niamh McSherry (Lurgan)Rachel Thompson (Cork)Annabel Wilson (Lurgan)Non Travelling Reserve: Lauren Walsh (Castlewarden)Team Captain: Gemma Butler (Birr)Team Coach: Chris Jellyprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Each competitor plays 18 holes stroke play on both Tuesday and Wednesday and the five lowest aggregate scores from each day count towards the team total. The qualifying stroke play scores will then determine a seeded order for match play. Teams one to eight qualify for the top flight, nine through to 16 for flight two and the teams in flight three play a round robin, with the teams qualifying 17th playing the teams qualifying 20th, 19th and 18th on days 3, 4 and 5, respectively.
TOTTENHAM are desperate for a win in the Champions League as they host Inter Milan.Spurs kept their qualification hopes alive by beating PSV at the death and must now triumph over the Italians to have a chance of progressing.1 Mauricio Pochettino’s side need a win at Wembley to keep their dreams of making it through to the knockout stages aliveCredit: PA:Press AssociationWhat time does Tottenham vs Inter Milan kick off?This game takes place on Wednesday, November 27.It will be held at Wembley.Kick-off is at 8pm.See More Tables See Full TableMost read in footballPicturedHARRY’S HEROES Kane says goodbye to Tottenham team-mates Vertonghen and VormLive Bloggunners newsArsenal transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from the EmiratesLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordLive BlogTRANSFER NEWS LIVESalah admits he could LEAVE Liverpool, how Sancho will fit in Utd XILive Blogblues newsChelsea transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from Stamford BridgeRevealedFORTUNE TELLERIncredible Hawkeye blunder saved Villa’s lives – but Smith says it was karmaNEXT SEASONAaron Connolly says ‘see you next year’ after scoring goal to end seasonLive BlogJU BEAUTYJuventus vs Sampdoria LIVE: Stream, TV channel, kick-off time, team newsWhat TV channel is Tottenham vs Inter Milan on and can I live stream it?You can watch this game live on BT Sport 3, with coverage starting at 7.15pm.BT Sport subscribers can catch the action online and on the BT Sport app.RAI and Sky Sport are the Champions League broadcasters in Italy.Alternatively, you can keep up-to-date with all the latest action on the SunSport LIVE BLOG.How do I watch Tottenham vs Inter Milan for free?EE customers will also be able see it by signing up to a FREE three month subscription when you text SPORT to 150.What is the team news?#THFC: Lloris (C), Aurier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Davies, Winks, Sissoko, Lamela, Dele, Lucas, Kane.Latest odds from @WilliamHill 👉 https://t.co/bIanGjvjdq pic.twitter.com/EHxZK92Sa9— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) November 28, 2018 📋 #TottenhamInter: noi in campo così a Wembley! 👇#FORZAINTER ⚫️🔵 #InterIsHere #UCL pic.twitter.com/w4DvfAhnui— Inter (@Inter) November 28, 2018
Santiago was head and shoulders—literally and figuratively—above everyone else as she hammered nine markers in the first set alone.She finished with 26 points and was front and center of NU’s defense that yielded 14 blocks, including the winning point against Jho Maraguinot.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSBreak new groundSPORTSMcGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC returnFar Eastern University drew its first win at the expense of Adamson, 25-12, 25-19, 25-16.Earlier in men’s action, Ateneo stunned NU, 27-25, 25-23, 23-25, 25-16, to join FEU at the top with two wins apiece. Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite The Lady Eagles tried to fight back after dropping the first two sets through the efforts of Maraguinot, Mich Morente, Kat Tolentino and Jia Morado.They were comfortably ahead in the fourth set, 12-4, and then 22-17 on a service error by NU.But an error and a block got the Lady Bulldogs going before Santiago and De Leon engaged in a shootout that extended the frame.The Lady Bulldogs found alternative offensive thrusts in Risa Sato and Singh through Jasmine Nabor’s superb ball distribution that accounted for 46 excellent sets.But Ateneo made a switch on defense, fortifying its blockade on the the wing position and putting the pressure on Santiago to carry the scoring load in the third.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments Jaja Santiago played the game expected of her as National University shook off a momentary collapse to prevail over Ateneo, 25-17, 25-13, 18-25, 29-27, Wednesday in the UAAP women’s volleyball at FilOil Flying V Center.The 6-foot-5 Santiago scored four of the Lady Bulldogs’ last six points for their second straight victory and the solo leadership.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Motorcycle taxis ‘illegal’ starting next week — LTFRB board member Poe chides LTFRB exec over termination of motorcycle taxi pilot study 15 Taal towns now under total lockdown MOST READ Panelo: Duterte only wants to emulate strong political will of Marcos Villanueva faction to file complaint vs Andrada group Motorcycle taxis ‘illegal’ starting next week — LTFRB board member 98% of residents in Taal Volcano’s 14-kilometer danger zone evacuated – DILG Palace: Crisis over ABS-CBN franchise unlikely Marcos monument beside Aquino’s stirs Tarlac town Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Municipal councilor nabbed for indiscriminate firing in Leyte
Frueh leads Tigers with 18 pointsBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterTOMAH — Macie Frueh scored 18 points to lead the Stratford girls basketball team to a 59-52 victory over Tomah in a nonconference matchup to open the season for both teams on Friday night.Frueh had all three of the Tigers’ 3-pointers and made 5 of 6 free throws. Kaylee Hollatz added nine points, six coming in the second half, for Stratford.Stratford made 20 of 33 free throws, including 17 of 24 in the second half as it held off the Timberwolves.Stratford’s next game is Tuesday at Edgar.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)Tigers 59, Timberwolves 52Stratford 32 27 – 59Tomah 26 26 – 52STRATFORD (59): Savannah Schillinger 2 2-2 6, Taya Nett 1 3-4 5, Sammy Griesbach 4 1-3 9, Macie Frueh 5 5-6 18, C Gliniecki 0 2-4 2, Kaylee Hollatz 4 1-2 9, M Krall 1 1-2 3, Andie Zuelke 1 5-10 7. FG: 18. FT: 20-33. 3-pointers: 3 (Frueh 3). Fouls: 23. Fouled out: Griesbach. Record: 1-0.TOMAH (52): Lindsey Conway 1 1-2 3, Amber Kraus 4 3-4 11, Emily Moake 0 2-2 2, Madison Lindauer 2 3-3 7, Brooke Brown 1 2-2 5, Reis Derousseau 3 1-1 9, Mallory Pierce 2 0-2 4, Madisyn Brey 4 0-0 11. FG: 17. FT: 12-16. 3-pointers: 6 (Brey 3, Derousseau 2, Brown 1). Fouls: 26. Fouled: Lindauer. Record: 0-1.