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Jan 26, 2017
Michigan State CB target Emmanuel Flowers shares hopes for official visit; Spartans stay active in Atlanta area
Xavier Tillman helped his Eagles remain undefeated with back-to-back double-doubles. He posted 13 points and 10 rebounds in a 71-49 win over Wayland Union on Tuesday, then 16 and 11 in a 71-35 destruction of South Christian on Friday. GRC has won its six games by an average of 27.3 points.
2017 Macomb (Mich.) Dakota forward Thomas Kithier looks to be back at full health after a minor knee injury. He put up 20 points and 10 rebounds Friday in a 79-37 win over Utica Eisenhower, then 27 and 6 while helping Dakota beat Flint Beecher the next day.
2017 Clarkston (Mich.) point guard Foster Loyer can’t stop scoring. He dropped 20 points Thursday against Hazel Park and another 28 Friday at Western International. He led Clarkston to wins in both games as the Wolves remain undefeated on the year.
Apr 22, 2016
Planting trees connect past, future
American Red Cross in Dansville.
Last year, about a dozen adults and another dozen students from Wayland-Cohocton and Dansville schools came out to help, as well as some young children. We planted 27 trees in four locations in only an hour and a half. Many of the adults were tree planting veterans, but the young people – just seedlings themselves – may have planted their first tree on Arbor Day 2015.
This year, we have a lot more trees. Mayor Peter Vogt was awarded a grant to purchase some well-established trees and those will be planted in Church Park. Donations of 10 or so, 3-foot tall dogwoods will be planted as well, and 100 dogwood seedlings have been donated, too. Many of these latter trees will be planted on private property, in yards along the parade route.
Some people continue to express skepticism about the survival of the seedlings since not all of them will make it to maturity. Of the trees that we planted last year, about half died. But that really is seeing the glass half empty. Many of them did survive. The glass really is half full. And besides, because we have learned from our experience last year, we are planning to plant them in pairs this year, so if one dies, one will remain.
By being a participant in this project, I found that many other people have similar hopes for Dansville’s future. There are several volunteers coming from as far as an hour’s drive away to help. Some students from Dansville and Wayland-Cohocton schools will again be present to help.
It is heartening to see this cold-hardy optimism in what can seem like an overly pessimistic world. Let’s hope that both the trees – and these young peoples’ interest in them – successfully take root.
For more information about this year’s planting event, join the Facebook group “Dansville Dogwoods.”
... (The Livingston County News)Jan 8, 2016
Tuesday's school roundup: Weymouth nips Needham in girls' basketball
Revere 70, Peabody 54 — Sophomore Valentina Tepit had 24 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Patriots (6-0).
Wayland 54, Waltham 39 — Senior Bronwyn Davies had 24 points and 12 rebounds and junior Ellery Kiefer had 13 points and eight rebounds for the Warriors.
Newton South 60, Westford 52 — Emily Chang and Veronica Burton combined for 40 points for the Lions (6-0).
Walpole 45, Milton 27 — Junior Kelly Fogarty led the Rebels (4-3) with 17 points.
Pope John 68, St. Clement 41 — Senior Gianni Hill had 23 points and eight steals to lead the Tigers (3-5).
Shawsheen 52, Essex Tech 40 — Senior Holly DeCourcey had 18 points and junior Danielle Papa had 15 points and 12 rebounds for the Rams.
Falmouth Academy 65, Cape Cod Tech 24 — Sophomore Kendall Currence scored 24 points to lead the Mariners (7-0).
Wellesley 53, Norwood 41 — Junior Dorian Cohen led the Raiders (7-0) with 17 points.
Chase Collegiate 58, Bourne 44 — The Highlanders (2-3) were led by senior Ally Dicesare’s 23 points.
Hamilton-Wenham 60, Manchester Essex 42 — Junior Cait Bradford led the Generals (3-2) with 13 points. Junior Kelly Walsh added 10 points and 12 rebounds.
Pentucket 47, Triton 31 — Senior Riley Holden had 13 points and senior Carolyn Modlish added 12 points and 11 rebounds for the Sachems (5-0).
Pembroke 76, Whitman-Hanson 50 — Freshman Vanessa DeSimmone had 13 points and junior Allison Comeau had 18 for the Titans in the win.
Ashland 64, Millis 48 — Senior Sam Leone scored 21 points for the Clockers (4-1).
Falmouth 54, Marshfield 47 — Senior Taylor Miller recorded a double-double with 17 points and 12 rebounds for Falmouth (3-1).
Duxbury 52, North Quincy 34 — Sophomore Nicole Callander scored 10 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for the Dragons (3-3).
Cambridge 65, Boston Latin 27 — Senior Yuleska Ramirez had 19 points, 8 rebounds, and 4 steals for the Falcons (4-1).
Plymouth North 48, Scituate 35 — Junior Joie Grassi led the Eagles (5-2) with 22 points, 8 rebounds, and 8 assists.
Hingham 55, Middleborough 34 — The sister duo of senior Sydney and sophomore Haley Blasetti combined for 30 points for the Harbormen (4-2).
Bridgewater-Raynham 63, New Bedford 39 — Junior Kelly Paige led the Trojans (3-4) with 15 points and four rebounds.
Medfield 60, Bellingham 17 — Sophomore Maggie McCarthy led the way with 19 points and seven rebounds for the Warriors (5-2).
Braintree 69, Framingham 25 — Junior Keelah Dixon had 17 points for the Wamps.
North Reading 66, Lynn...Dec 30, 2015
MC cruises past Austin for title
Heart (5-0) defeated Upper Cape Tech, 45-36, in nonleague play. .?.?. Dejah Jenkins and Masseny Kaba each scored 17 as Cathedral (5-0) defeated Wayland, 54-39. .?.?. Kelly Walsh had 11 points and 10 rebounds and Lauren Flynn added eight points and 11 rebounds as Hamilton-Wenham (2-2) defeated Austin Prep, 48-38.
In the consolation contest of the Pope John Holiday Tournament, senior Gianni Hill netted 28 points, including the game-winner at the buzzer as Pope John (E) edged Winthrop, 58-55, in overtime. .?.?. Senior Jess Lezon (Yale commit) notched 23 points, 17 rebounds and five blocks as North Reading (5-1) took down Lowell (4-1), 63-54, to win the Pope John Holiday Tournament.
Dan Ventura, Kat Hasenauer Cornetta, Brian Roach and Marcello Rossetti contributed to this report.
(Boston Herald)Dec 30, 2015
Ron Blomberg of Brookfield Central family was a special person
Monday, Dec. 7, 10 days short of his 88th birthday. He touched thousands of people as a coach at Peshtigo, Brookfield Central and Wayland Academy, and also as the founder of basketball camps. He won five prep conference basketball championships in 11 years and took the first Brookfield Central team to state in the 1964-65 season.
In 1970, he joined the Milwaukee Bucks organization where he continued his camps as the Milwaukee Bucks Basketball Camps and stepped into the media world. Blomberg became known as the "Old Professor" on the television broadcasts of the Bucks games, a nickname he was given by broadcast partner and legend Eddie Doucette. He was also a part of the broadcast team of Wisconsin Badger Basketball games for 17 years.
He was inducted into the Wisconsin Coaches Hall of Fame in 1980, and into the Brookfield Central High School Hall of Fame in May 2015.
I first met Ron as an eighth-grade football player at St. John Vianney because he was one of our coaches. I was a chubby kid, but the second biggest guy on the team, so I wore No. 34, the second-highest number. That is still my favorite number today and it is on my license plate.
I was not a good football player and did not go out for football that fall as a freshman at Brookfield Central. I ran into Ron on ... (Brookfield Elm Grove Now)Oct 2, 2015
Returning vet receives gift basket
That’s while he’s waiting to begin studies at South Plains College Plainview. He plans to eventually transfer to Wayland Baptist University and receive a degree in psychology.
While his wife, Kayla, wasn’t in the military, she has a close connection since her uncle was in the Marine Corps. It’s through him that she met her husband. She’s from Alabama.
His mother, Jan Tran, came to Plainview by way of Ohio and Hawaii. She works at Davi’s Salon and Nails.
Returning veterans can learn how they can receive a welcome home gift basket by calling RSVP at 806-291-1224 or visiting its offices in the basement of Unger Library, 825 Austin.
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