Can World of Inquiry continue its post-season magic By AJ Schied on October 17, 2017No Comment Connect on Linked in Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Emmanuel Nsengiyuma (1) scored 12 goals and added 13 assists for WOI this season.No. 1 Seed BATH-HAVERLING (14-1-1, 7-1-0)Player(s) to Watch: A Thomas Binowski (11 G, 5 A), M Noah Hill (5 G, 1 A), G Griffin Yastremski (0.488 GAA)What to Know: Team allowed only eight goals throughout the season, posting 11 shutouts. Rams rank No. 3 NYS Class B.No. 2 Seed SCHOOL #58/WORLD OF INQUIRY (10-5-0, 7-2-0)Player(s) to Watch: M Ayub Jeylani (18 G, 9 A), M Emmanuel Nsengiyumva (12 G, 13 A)What to Know: Three-time C1 champ makes the jump in classifications. Season goal differential of +24, but gave up at least one goal in each game this season.No. 3 Seed MYNDERSE (11-5-0, 8-4-0)Player(s) to Watch: A Matthew Reardon (11 G, 1 A), G Ben McDonald (1.195 GAA)What to Know: Team posted eight shutouts on the season.No. 4 Seed WAYLAND-COHOCTON (9-4-3, 4-4-0)Player(s) to Watch: A Kevin Klimm (7 G, 2 A), G Jeff Fox (0.889 GAA), A Kalum Holdbrook (5 G, 7 A), D Andrue Holdbrook (4 G, 2 A)What to Know: Holdbrook brothers, Kalum and Andrue, scored nine of the team’s 24 goals on the season.Ayub Jeylani netted a team-high 18 goals and chipped in nine assists for WOI during the regular season. (Photo: CHRISTOPHER CECERE)VIEW MORE CHRISTOPHER CECERE PHOTOS HERE. No. 5 Seed WELLSVILLE (10-4-2)Player(s) to Watch: M Skyler Cline (6 G, 6 A)What to Know: Posted six shutouts on the season, including their last three regular season games.No. 6 Seed LETCHWORTH/WARSAW (10-6-0, 5-1-0)Player(s) to Watch: M Ethan Grover (8 G, 9 A), A Jake Gloser (7 G, 1 A), A Muskan Monger (6 G, 6 A)What to Know: Three highest goal scorers (above), combined for 21 of the team’s 28 goals on the season.No. 7 Seed PENN YANN (5-9-2, 4-7-1)Player(s) to Watch: A Fabian Martinez-Sanchez (8 G, 3 A)What to Know: Scored 11 of their 28 goals on the season in non-league match against Vertus.No. 8 Seed DANSVILLE (3-11-1, 0-8-0)Player(s) to Watch: M Andrew Vogler (8 G, 3 A)What to Know: Would Play No. 1 Seed Bath-Haverling if victorious against Attica. Lost to the top-seeded team 1-0 on a second half goal earlier in the seasonNo. 9 Seed ATTICA (2-11-3, 2-7-1)Player(s) to Watch: A Logan Veley (5 G, 2 A)What to Know: Finished 2-2-2 over final six games of season. Ayub Jeylani, Rams, WOI Print This Post Subscribe by Email Can World of Inquiry continue its post-season magic added by AJ Schied on October 17, 2017View all posts by AJ Schied →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentBig Data Courses | Search AdOnline Big Data Courses Might Be Better than You ThinkBig Data Courses | Search AdUndoCosmoWomensTop 30 Most Beautiful Women in the WorldCosmoWomensUndoLovely&HealthyTop 10 Most Dangerous Cruises In The World Lovely&HealthyUndoby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksMore from Pickin’ SplintersBaron keeps Bonaventure close to his heart – Pickin’ SplintersUndoTah-Jae Hill, Zion Morrison and the Starting Five – Pickin’ SplintersUndo”If you had a Mount Rushmore of MCC baseball, he’s on there.” Longtime assistant Jack Christensen passes away – Pickin’ SplintersUndo This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Share on Facebook
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Who stood out in the Orioles’ 6-4 win over the Cleveland Indians on Sunday afternoon?In the spirit of hockey’s “three stars” system with the addition of home plate for honorable mentions and other notes, we go around the bases after the 48th game of the 2016 season.1st — Darren O’Day couldn’t have inherited a much worse spot in the eighth with runners on second and third and no outs and the Orioles clinging to a one-run lead. Instead of wilting under the pressure, the 2015 All-Star reliever proceeded to retire Mike Napoli on a grounder to third and strike out both Lonnie Chisenhall and Yan Gomes swinging to end the inning with the lead intact. Manager Buck Showalter revealed after the game that he was trying to stay away from his reliever because he was under the weather, but O’Day couldn’t have come up bigger for the Orioles on Sunday.2nd — Hyun Soo Kim picked the perfect time for his first major league homer, hammering a Jeff Manship fastball into the right-field seats to give Baltimore a 5-4 lead in the seventh. In what was his fifth consecutive start, the South Korean outfielder continued to take advantage of his increased opportunities by also drawing a walk out of the second spot in the order. We still don’t know whether Kim can be an everyday player in the majors, but his .383 average and .463 on-base percentage have provided quite the argument for Showalter to continue penciling his name into the lineup.3rd — Mark Trumbo provided the immediate lift that the Orioles needed after Saturday’s deflating loss by crushing a three-run double off rookie Mike Clevinger in the top of the first inning. After scuffling for much of the road trip, Trumbo hit a big two-run blast on Friday and drove in half of the Orioles’ runs on Sunday to close out the weekend series at Progressive Field.Home — Nolan Reimold hit his fourth homer of the season in the top of the ninth off former Oriole Tommy Hunter to make it a 6-4 game. Considering Zach Britton allowed back-to-back singles to begin the bottom of the ninth, Reimold’s homer provided some much-needed breathing room. … Britton quickly settled down to collect his 14th save in as many tries this season. … Despite allowing a season-high three homers on the afternoon, Tillman collected his seventh win of the year. … In his 66th plate appearance of the season, Ryan Flaherty hit a sacrifice fly in the fourth for his first RBI of 2016. … It was downright ugly at times, but the Orioles could feel better about a 4-5 road trip with Sunday’s win to give them series wins in two of the three cities in which they played. … Baltimore returns to Camden Yards on Monday afternoon to take on the first-place Boston Red Sox with Tyler Wilson scheduled to take on knuckleballer Steven Wright.
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From 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., there are Black Jack Downhill Rides leaving from Sacred Ride on 200 Block of Baker Street, heading up Give Out.Sunday, its Morning Mountain Madness.From 9:30-10:30 a.m., its the Kids Cross Country races from ages two to 12 sponsored by Nelson and District Credit Union.At 11 a.m. it’s the Women’s Enduro Short and Long Course Event before the Men’s Enduro Short and Long Course Event at 1 p.m.The Fat Tire Festival is held every year in memory of Cam Alexander, a friend and avid cyclist who lost his life tragically while riding his bike 22 years ago. For more information go to the Nelson Fat Tire Festival website. The four-day Fat Tire Festival 2017 kicked off Thursday in grand style with Rosemont Jump Jam at the Bike Park next to the Skatepark in Nelson.Riders young and old braved the bike park track for the timed pump track race to begin the four-day Fat Tire Festival. Later, seasoned riders competed in the High Jump contest.Friday, at 5:45 p.m. the scene shifts to Baker Street for the annual Fat Tire Festival parade led by Nelson Police. Parade entrants are asked to meet at Civic Auto Repair in the 700 Block of Baker Street.Saturday, its Kootenay Kasino Day.From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., its the Trans Canada Great Trail 25th year Anniversary Celebration happening at Morning Mountain. There will be a barbecue celebration as well as cool give-aways and a scavenger hunt for the kids.At 3 p.m. there’s the Morning Mountain Poker Ride.
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Related Posts Just a few weeks ago, we reported that Hulu had pulled all of its content from Boxee, a popular cross-platform media player. However, as one could almost expect, Boxee, which has yet to work out a new deal with Hulu, found an easy workaround and Hulu’s content is now back on Boxee. The company now simply routes Hulu’s public RSS feeds to a new feed reader plugin in Boxee. Update: Looks like we were wrong about Hulu’s ability to keep Boxee down. According to a statement on Boxee’s blog, Hulu has now blocked Boxee’s browser from accessing the service.Update 2 (8:20pm PST): According to the latest Twitter update from Boxee, Hulu on Boxee should now be working again, but at least for us, that was not yet the case. Clearly, Hulu and Boxee are currently playing a cat-and-mouse game, which is really a shame, because both companies are offering great services. Hulu is probably under a lot of pressure from its licensing partners to prevent Boxee from being able to display their content on a TV screen (of course, for quite a few users, that line is already completely blurred anyway). In the long run, this is going to only make Hulu and its partners look foolish, but for now, the game continues…Boxee also released a new version of its player today, which includes a new application store (the ‘App Box’) that allows users to easily install new apps and plugins. Boxee’s application is now also able to auto-update itself whenever a new version is released.Hulu is BackWe had a chance to test Boxee‘s new Hulu integration today, and while it is billed as a workaround and not quite as pretty as Boxee’s previous implementation, it actually turned out to be a very workable solution. All the shows are lined up in alphabetical order and while Boxee clearly overlays its own user interface over the Hulu flash player, you actually have to look very closely to see this. Tags:#RSS Readers#Video Services#web 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market App BoxThe main addition to Boxee’s feature line-up in this new version, however, is the new built-in app store/plugin repository. Unlike other app stores, Boxee uses a model that is similar to that of many Linux distributions: Boxee lets you add your own repositories to the mix, so that you are never locked in to the service’s official selection of application. We can’t help but wonder if this won’t allow some enterprising developers to create another Hulu app that replicates Boxee’s old Hulu integration. A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting frederic lardinois Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic…
As reported recently in LPM Insider’s Breaking News, a widely circulated online video has fueled debate over whether a loss prevention associate used excessive force in an encounter with a 16-year-old girl accused of shoplifting.According to police, the loss prevention representative approached two female teenagers as they attempted to leave the store with “miscellaneous items” they allegedly tried to take from the store without payment. When they were approached, one of the teenagers began kicking and punching the loss prevention representative, later biting him on the chest, before being taken to the ground as the loss prevention representative attempted to subdue the alleged shoplifter. The other teenager fled the scene.Roughly 10 – 12 other customers gathered around the area and shouted at the loss prevention representative throughout the incident. Much of the altercation was captured on video, which can be viewed here.- Sponsor – Many have taken issue with the video’s depiction of how the loss prevention representative handled the situation, accusing him of being too rough with the juvenile. Others have criticized those seen watching the altercation, while still others are defending the loss prevention representative’s actions as warranted given the circumstances.What do you think? Was the loss prevention representative justified in his actions, or was excessive force used as he tried to subdue the shoplifter?Survey ResultsThe nature of the apprehension process always has the potential to lead to volatile situations, which is why it’s critically important to follow your training and abide by company policies.Approximately 63% of those surveyed believe the LP representative’s actions were justified based on the situation. By the same respect, 15 percent believe that the LP representative should have allowed the shoplifter to leave when she resisted.Contrarily, just 2 percent believe that while the LP representative has the right to defend himself, excessive force was used. Another 4 percent feel that the actions of the LP representative were inappropriate and excessive force was used.Others feel that they still need more information, with 16 percent indicating that they are not sure based on what was seen in the video.Here is a sampling of your comments:“Since the entire video, from the approach to apprehension isn’t seen it’s hard to say with absolute certainty. What I do find disturbingly normal in today’s society is that not one of the bystanders yells at the shoplifting subject to stop fighting. they just seem to focus on the LP agent and yell at him to let her go. I have been in similar situations and it boggles my mind that society’s initial reaction is to blame the agent, or police and never the wrong-doer.”“When a suspect begins punching, kicking and ultimately biting you it becomes a matter of self-defense. Without knowing medical issues or diseases the subject could have infected the officer with after biting him, they should be detained for examination and identification.”“The best course of action probably would have been to let her go as someone, whether the shoplifter, the LP person, or a customer could have been hurt. However, this was absolutely not an excessive use of force.”“If the LP Rep had tried to let her leave and she continued to try to fight him, then these actions were completely justified.”“Store management needed to have helped more. The shoplifter could have been removed to a back area of the store to wait for police.”“Looks to me more like the two of them stumbled to the ground rather than the LP guy “taking her to the ground”. While no one will agree that aggressive action is the best action. I would by no means call this excessive force, especially in light of the teenager’s aggression.”“First off, the video is inconclusive. It only shows what happened in the middle of the whole ordeal. Should the LP just let her go? Yes, he should have, but we also have the right to defend ourselves. To have a shoplifter come out kicking and swinging after simply being approached is going to set a ton of emotions into play that many people might not be prepared to handle.” “Where do we draw the line on self-defense vs. excessive force? Once again, this is the issue with our society today—if you can’t do the time, don’t do the crime. Stop making excuses for punks that break the law!”“The video is misleading. It does not show the initial contact between the LP representative and the shoplifter. There isn’t enough information from this video to make an informed observation. Anyone who says otherwise is incorrect.”“Good Work!” “The actions of some the “bystanders” in the video should also be questioned.”“Defending oneself is one thing but the minute things became combative and with all the attention due to shoppers and employees—and especially with the scene being caused—he should have immediately disengaged and allowed her to leave.”“This is why I left the industry. No matter what wisdom this LP agent used to address this threat, he will be patronized by the media and disciplined by his management—all for doing his job!”Do you have any additional thoughts? Let us know what’s on your mind in the comments below. Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox. Sign up now
Taiwanese tech major Asus has introuced an all new entry-level handset in the Indian market: the Zenfone C. The Asus Zenfone C-ZC451CG has been launched in India at a price tag of Rs 5,999.The device is now available online via Flipkart. The company has also announced the Zenfone C will be up for grabs via Asus Exclusive Stores starting February 18, 2015. The Asus Zenfone C is an entry-level handset. It fearures a 4.5-inch FWVGA TN Panel display with a 480×854 pixels resolution. It is powered by a 1.2GHz Intel CloverTrail processor with quad-thread Hyper-Threading Technology alongside 1GB of RAM. It comes with 8GB of internal storage, expandable up to 64GB via micro-SD card.The dual-SIM device runs Android 4.4 KitKat out-of-the-box with the company’s Zen UI on top. It sports a 5MP rear auto-focus PixelMaster camera. According to Asus, the PixelMaster technology can capture up to 400 per cent brighter photos in low-light conditions, even without needing a flash. There is also a 0.3MP front facing camera onboard the device.Connectivity options on the device include: 3G, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, WiFi Direct, GPS, A-GPS and GLONASS. It is backed by a 2100mAh removable battery which is rated to deliver nearly 30 hours of 3G talk time and over 10 days of standby, according to Asus. In addition, the Asus Zenfone C comes with SonicMaster audio that according to the company can enable the device to deliver an output voltage that’s up to 25 per cent greater than competing smartphones.The Asus Zenfone C will face stiff competition from the Xiaomi Redmi 1S, Lenovo A6000 and the Motorola Moto E.advertisement