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Mar 2, 2017

OPRF grad Dallis Flowers excels as two-sport athlete at Robert Morris

His first official start came in the eighth game of the year, a home contest against Lindenwood-Belleville on Oct. 29. He had four tackles and a pass breakup against St. Xavier the week after, and followed that up with three tackles and an interception in a win against St. Ambrose on Nov. 12. The victory clinched the Eagles' first Mid-State Football Association Midwest League title.Flowers has every desire to play both sports through his senior year. The physicality of football helps on the court, and basketball's skilled athleticism assists on the gridiron. It's a tremendous undertaking for a dynamic athlete so new to the program, but one whose impact is already clear."(Playing football) adds to hid confidence, adds to his toughness," Bruehl said. "He's not going to back down. He's got an attitude, and he's never afraid of anyone or the moment."He's got heart. Bottom line."Rich Mayor is a freelance reporter for Pioneer Press.Twitter @Pioneer_Press... (Chicago Tribune)

Feb 23, 2017

Easter, spring shopping is in full bloom at metro-east retailers

Oh, and did I forget to mention the price? Through Saturday, these $60 dresses are half off. Yes, $30.Effinger Garden Center in Belleville wants to remind you to sign up for the Weekend Gardener Program that takes place March 4 at The Shrine of our Lady of the Snows. The University of Illinois is hosting. The $40 registration fee, which includes lunch, will feature a number of classes. Trudy Effinger will be talking about cool new shrubs, many of which are smaller-sized versions of popular, dependable plants like lilac, hydrangea, weigela and butterfly bush. For a complete description of the program, pick up a flier at the Garden Center or go to http://web.extension.illinois.edu/mms for more information.Head to Peace by Piece in downtown Belleville for the Whimsy Rose (formerly Before+Again) Spring/Summer Trunk Show. Now through Saturday is your chance to try on sample clothes. You can even call ahead and reserve a dressing room if you’re in a hurry. Plus, The Evolution of pxp fashion truck will reopen for 2017 on Wednesday in the parking lot behind the store. Basket Case in Belleville is celebrating the arrival of ... more shoes. Stop by Friday or Saturday for the unveiling of a couple of new lines of casual sandals and shoes, with L’Artiste and Charleston Shoes joining the Brighton line of footwear. Anyone who tries on a pair either day will be entered in a drawing to win a free pair of Brighton sandals. Plus, spend $150 or more on shoes those two days and you’ll get a gift certificate for a free pedicure. Prices range from $89 to $172.Silly me, I am intrigued by odd gadgets I see when shopping. Take, for example, the Bowl Light Motion-Activated LED Toilet Bowl Light ($12.99) at Bed, Bath & Beyond in Fairview Heights. “No more stumbling in the dark when nature calls,” says online information. The Bowl Light attaches to the side of the toilet and is motion-activated to go on when you walk into t... (Belleville News-Democrat)

Feb 3, 2017

Obituaries for Sunday, Jan. 22, 2017

Byron Ariola of Eleele; sisters Bobbi Rogelstad of Mesa, Ariz., Stella Begonia of San Jose, Jackie Ariola Munos of Lawai and Clarissa Schraufnagel of Belleville, Ill. and numerous uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews and cousins. Memorial services will be held on Saturday, Jan. 28, at the Garden Island Mortuary Chapel in Lawai. Visitation will be from 2 to 3 p.m. with her celebration of life to begin at 3 p.m. The family suggests casual attire and that flowers be omitted. Arrangements were handled by Garden Island Mortuary, Ltd. Joseph Michael Polan Joseph Michael Polan of Puhi passed away at home on Jan. 17 at the age of 76. He was born in Lihue on April 7, 1940, and retired from Grove Farm as their construction supervisor. He was preceded in death by his daughter Marciel Polan; brother Andrew Polan; and sister Judi Spencer. He is survived by his wife Dorothy Chisai Polan; daughter Michele Polan; son Michael (Cheryl) Polan; granddaughters Sasha, Shyla, Nicole and Natalie; grandsons DJ and Michael Jr.; great-grandchildren Kingsten, Kazu, Shyli, Austin and Avery; sisters Alice Rowe and Bea Ebinger; brother Tuffy Poe; niece Lani (Aylward) Aranio; nephews Kalei, Sam and Sol Van Gieson; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. A celebration of his life will be held on Friday, Jan. 27, at Immaculate Conception Church, with visitation from 8 a.m. and Mass celebrated at 10 a.m. Kauai Memorial Gardens and Funeral Home assisted the Polan family with arrangements. Terry McClard Long-time resident of Kauai Terry McClard passed away in Denver, Colo., on Jan. 17. He lived on Kauai from 1973 to 1995. He was well-known on the North Shore for his bartending expertise at Chuck’s Steak House. He w... (Thegardenisland.com)

Nov 3, 2016

Jersey's Ben Flowers runs away from field, Panthers advance to sectional

Mater Dei (65), the Shells (98), Columbia (137), the Oilers (150), Trenton Wesclin (172) and New Athens (188) to round out the advancing teams. Belleville Althoff (233), MEL-Madison (238), Breese Central (249), McGivney Catholic (319), Dupo (355) and Marquette Catholic (402) were eliminated as teams, but the Knights did have one runner advance as an individual. James Henseler led the Shells with a 12th-place finish (17:08), with Brandon Isom taking 16th (17:21), Dakota Sumpf 18th (17:25), Cree Stumpf 20th (17:32) and Will Cotter 32nd (18:28) to round out the scoring; Gage Robinette took 56th (19:21) and Jazz Richardson 65th (19:39). For the Oilers, Brendan Springman led the team with a 23rd-place finish (18:02), followed by Jake Roustio in 26th (18:19), Ryne White in 28th (18:22), Chase Wallendorf in 34th (18:30) and Andrew Noack in 39th (18:39) to finish the scoring; Jacob Mustain finished 46th (19:00) and Ausin Brimer took 78th (20:20). MEL-Madison's Javon Watkins qualified for the sectional with an eight-place finish, covering the course in 16:53; following Watkins was Darion Brooks (38th in 18:36), Joshua Jacobson (55th in 19:11), Jonah Wilson (60th in 19:23) and Nathaniel Perry (87th in 21:04) to round out the scoring for the Knights; Eli Harding took 89th in 21:36 and Ian Key finished 102nd in 24:53. For the Griffins, Daniel Jones led the way with a 43rd-place finish in 18:53; Zachary Brasel was 59th in 19:22, Elijah Burns was 65th in 19:33, Derek Shearer finished 81st in 20:18 and Franklin McClimans rounded out the scoring with a 84th-place finish in 20:27; also running for McGivney were Jarod Silhavy (91st in 22:26) and Jacob Kraus (92nd) in 22:32. The Explorers had Adam Sanders leading their pack with a 52nd-place finish in 19:09, with Seth Cox taking 88th in 21:27, Nick Hamm 94th in 22:45, Jaylen Bey finishing 97th in 23:21 and Jackson Dooling rounding out the scoring with a 100th-place finish in 24:07; also running for Marquette was Chris Hellrun, who took 103rd in 25:31. Freeburg runners took four of the regional's top five spots on the day; the Midgets had the individual champion in Charlie Parrish (15:42), followed by Freeburg's Corbin Schwable (16:07), Breese Mater Dei's Luke Goebel (16:26), the Midgets' Carson Smith (16:36) and Drew Wilkerson (16:36) rounding out the top five for the meet. GIRLS: Freeburg's girls took five of the top 12 places to win the team crown, scoring 33 points to defeat Breese Mater Dei, who had 42 points; the other qualifying teams were Belleville Althoff (83), New Athens (96), Roxana (125), Breese Central (199) and Dupo (200). Columbia (223) and Metro East Lutheran-Madison (225) did not advance. Marquette Catholic's freshman Riley Vickery, running as an individual (the Explorers did not have enough runners to field a team), qualified for next Saturday's MEL-Madison Sectional at SIU-Edwardsville's cross-country course with an eighth-place finish in 20:07. Michaela Tarpley led the Shells with a 14th-place finish in 20:50; Shalyn Edwards (19th in 21:09), Lette Palen (34th in 22:40), Victoria Tarpley (39th in 22:54) and Alyssa Mendoza (42nd in 23:13) rounded out the scoring for Roxana. Jaidyn Peebles (45th in 23:37) and Meg Bosse (46th in 23:38) also ran for Roxana. Kate Muravjova was MEL-Madison's top runner, finishing 41st in 22:58, with Nura Freese taking 44th in 23:35, Kate Weber taking 62nd in 26:30, Olivia Badalamenti finishing 63rd in 26:54 and Kristina Robinson 73rd in 31:23. Competing as individuals other than Vickery for Marquette, Kennedie Koetzle was 58th/...

Sep 28, 2016

Tigers dominate boys competition in Jersey Invite, Flowers again claims first

Edwardsville dominated the boys competition on the day, the Tiger boys finishing second through sixth for 20 points to easily outdistance Belleville East, who had 70 points. Auburn was third at 87, the host Panthers fourth at 88, Civic Memorial fifth at 109 and Belleville Althoff sixth at 180 to round out the scoring teams. The Panthers' Ben Flowers came away with the individual title, pulling away from a challenge from Edwardsville's Franky Romano to cover the three-mile course in 15:19 to Romano's 15:44. Roland Prenzler (16:00), Jack Pifer (16:09), Dan Powell (16:18) and Zach Walters (16:40) finished in places three through six to complete the Tiger scoring. “On the boys side, we're trying to solidify our 20 runners who we're going to bring, so we took advantage of the conditions today to try to help us make those decisions.” Romano's second-place finish to Flowers pleased Patrylak. “One of the things our boys has been lacking was a fast enough first mile,” Patrylak said. “I think Franky took it to a new level; I don't know what his split was, but he definitely looked like he got out after it. I think Ben's strength at the end was the difference, but there's not many people in the state or in Southern Illinois that are going to be able to beat that.” “I came here (to Principia's c...

Sep 28, 2016

Tigers dominate boys competition in Jersey Invite, Flowers again ...

Edwardsville dominated the boys competition on the day, the Tiger boys finishing second through sixth for 20 points to easily outdistance Belleville East, who had 70 points. Auburn was third at 87, the host Panthers fourth at 88, Civic Memorial fifth at 109 and Belleville Althoff sixth at 180 to round out the scoring teams. The Panthers' Ben Flowers came away with the individual title, pulling away from a challenge from Edwardsville's Franky Romano to cover the three-mile course in 15:19 to Romano's 15:44. Roland Prenzler (16:00), Jack Pifer (16:09), Dan Powell (16:18) and Zach Walters (16:40) finished in places three through six to complete the Tiger scoring. “On the boys side, we're trying to solidify our 20 runners who we're going to bring, so we took advantage of the conditions today to try to help us make those decisions.” Romano's second-place finish to Flowers pleased Patrylak. “One of the things our boys has been lacking was a fast enough first mile,” Patrylak said. “I think Franky took it to a new level; I don't know what his split was, but he definitely looked like he got out after it. I think Ben's strength at the end was the difference, but there's not many people in the state or in Southern Illinois that are going to be able to beat that.” “I came here (to Principia's c...