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Jun 10, 2016
Full Michigan high school track and field results
Northern, 48.78; 4. Adam Ghabra, Northville, 49.12; 5. Kyle Mason, Flint Carman-Ainsworth, 49.22; 6. Ross House, Beverly Hills Groves, 49.44; 7. Carrington Smith, Livonia Churchill, 49.57; 8. Khance Meyers, East Kentwood, 49.80.
300-METER HURDLES – 1. Tshawn Kimbrough, Fraser, 38.25; 2. Marcus Nellum, Clinton Twp. Chippewa Valley, 39.31; 3. Jemal Vaunado, Canton, 39.32; 4. Travis Spuller, Dexter, 39.48; 5. Cahlil Brownlee, Flint Carman-Ainsworth, 39.49; 6. Kentre Patterson, East Lansing, 39.50; 7. Jordan Crum, Flushing, 39.61; 8. Adnan Hamka, Dearborn, 39.62.
800-METER RUN – 1. Cameron Cooper, Oak Park, 1:51.68; 2. Anthony Berry, Traverse City Central, 1:53.09; 3. Dekaryea Freeman, Oak Park, 1:53.42; 4. Jackson Grzymkowski, White Lake Lakeland, 1:53.43; 5. Cole Johnson, Rockford, 1:54.13; 6. Saano Murembya, Okemos, 1:54.35; 7. Brendan Nesbitt, Bay City Western, 1:54.85; 8. Brendan McClanahan, Temperance Bedford, 1:55.01.
200-METER DASH – 1. Khance Meyers, East Kentwood, 21.24 (New L.P. Div. 1 Final Meet Record – Old record – 21.30, Jeremy Orr, Detroit Henry Ford, 2003 and Charles Rogers, Saginaw, 2000); 2. Delan Wynn, Southfield, 21.76; 3. Miles Daniel, Oak Park, 21.78; 4. Marice Allen, Lansing Everett, 21.89; 5. Jack Dodge, Walled Lake Western, 22.16; 6. Donnie James, North Farmington, 22.38; 7. De’Shon Collier, Macomb Dakota, 22.46; 8. Carter Merrell, Grand Blanc, 22.65.
3,200-METER RUN – 1. Jacob Lee, Fenton, 9:07.72; 2. Isaac Harding, Rockford, 9:10... (USA TODAY High School Sports)Feb 2, 2016
BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Records fall as McNeil tops Stony Point
David Schmitt. “His size at the point guard position is really difficult to defend.”
Donovan Armstrong of Round Rock draws a foul from Carrington Kearney. Round Rock lost to Hendrickson at home, 57-55, on January 15, 2016. Henry Huey for Round Rock Leader.
Fueled by Bailey’s inspired performance, McNeil was able to gut out a pivotal victory that establish the Mavericks as the front-runner for the district crown. It wasn’t as much of a cakewalk as the final score suggests, however. The Mavericks built a 20-11 lead after the first quarter, weathered several Stony Point runs in the second and third quarters, then ended the game on an 28-18 run to seal the 12-point victory.
The Mavericks shot 49 percent (27-of-55) from the field, and Bailey was even better, finishing at 65 percent (15-of-23). Bailey was also 4-of-6 from beyond the three-point line.
Bailey’s record-breaking performance wasn’t the only major accomplishment by a Mavericks player on the night. In the second quarter, Armoni Brooks scored the 1,000th point of his career, joining Abrams (2,259), Page (2,259), Robert Waters (1,206), Andrew Page (1,069), and Myron Hardy (1,010) as the only players in program history to breach the 1,000-point mark.
Stony Point was led by 16 points by Kyle Banks. Blake Buckner contributed 15.
McNeil continued its quest toward district perfection with a home game against Pflugerville on Jan. 19, and the Mavs travel to Round Rock on Jan. 22. Stony Point hosted Rouse on Jan. 19 before traveling to Pflugerville on Jan. 22.
Cedar Ridge falls to Rouse by 15
Cedar Ridge (8-9, 1-4) followed its first district win of the year with ... (Austin American-Statesman)Feb 2, 2016
Pamela A. Pinto, 63, of Westborough
Topher and Royce King.
For the majority of her life, she raised her family and worked as a real estate broker in Westborough, most recently at Carrington Real Estate.
Pamela has touched the lives of so many.
Her family invites you to join them in paying your respects Tuesday, Feb. 2, from 4-7 p.m., concluding with a brief prayer service at the David A. Pickering Westborough Funeral Home, 62 West Main St., Westborough.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.
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... (Community Advocate)Dec 30, 2015
Year today, gone tomorrow
We’ve celebrated the mighty ABs keeping their mitts on Willie Webb Ellis’s trophy. Watched our rowers and Lisa Carrington send the rest of the world to the watery depths of also-rans. Shaken awe-struck heads at the birdie-making, million-dollar, world No.1-producing swing of Lydia Ko. Got dizzy from IndyCars champion Scott Dixon going round . . . and round . . . and round; and savoured our Kiwis gorging themselves on an Anzac test feast of barbecued medium-rare kangaroo.
Now we can drench our senses in summer lovin’. Sink into, not perch nervously on the edge of the couch. Change gears from turbo to cruise mode.
Now I can work on my swing.
But before the divots fly at Watson Park; before Herald sports reporter John Hill adds extra hours to his grandkid-watching duties; before film-fanatic sports sub-editor John Gillies tries to fit three movies into one day; before chief photographer Paul Rickard devotes more time to combing his partner’s pedigree moggies — let’s take a look back at the Gisborne sporting year that was.
What was originally intended to be a top 20 morphed into a tentacle-growing monster as achievement upon achievement was added to the list. We’ve cut it at 40 so apologies to those who were inadvertently overlooked.
Problem is there is just so much great stuff that has gone on.
Expect it to continue in 2016.
Ricardo Christie — Championship Tour rookie Ricardo Christie failed to retain his place on world surfing’s ultimate stage but the cruisy, down-to-earth 27-year-old left his mark as an ambassador for the sport and his country. The Gisborne-based Mahia son was popular among fellow competitors, fans on the beach and in cyberspace, and World Surf League commentators alike. But as the saying goes, it’s one thing getting to the top, it’s another staying there. Competitive surfing is a cut-throat sport that can come down to tenths or hundredths of a point. Several times Christie brought the best out of his rivals, particularly in one-on-one combat. He did, however, notch a few mas... (Gisborne Herald)Dec 30, 2015
Christmas with the Animals at Angels of Assisi
McCoy, Beverley Wayne
Beverley Wayne McCoy, 81, of Max Meadows, formerly of McCoy, died Sunday, December 27, 2015, at Carrington Place in Rural Retreat. He was born in McCoy January 16, 1934, to the late Emmett Seymour and Mary Elizabeth Lucas McCoy and was also preceded in death by a son, George Seymour McCoy; daughter, Ruth McCoy; granddaughter, Callie Dee McCoy Heddin; brother, William Seymour "Buddy" McCoy; sister, Libby McCoy Albert. Wayne retired from Poly Scientific in 1996 with 30 years of service and was also a veteran of the United States Air Force.He is survived by his wife, Ruth Ann McCoy of Max Meadows; daughter and son-in-law, Lynn M. and Rodney Patton of Max Meadows; sisters and brothers-in-law, Phyllis M. and Gene Martin of McCoy, Hilda and Tracy Walker of Charlottesville; grandchildren, Courtney Verderber, Cameron and wife, Chandra Patton, Chaese Patton; six great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews.Funeral services will be conducted 11 a.m. Thursday, December 31, 2015, in the McCoy Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Gary McCoy and the Rev. Shake Smith officiating. Interment will follow in the McCoy Family Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Association, 3959 Electric Road, Suite 357, Roanoke, VA 24018. The family will receive friends 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the McCoy Funeral Home, 150 Country Club Drive, SW, Blacksburg.
Deaton, Hazel Wiona Hite
Hazel Wiona Hite Deaton, 85, of Roanoke, Va., passed away Saturday, December 26, 2015. Funeral Service will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, December 31, 2015, at Northminster Presbyterian Church, Roanoke. Arrangements by Oakey's North Chapel, 540-362-1237.
Higginbotham, Gerald Jacob
Gerald Jacob (Jerry) Higginbotham, 67, of Roanoke, Va., passed away Tuesday, December 22, 2015. A Celebration of Life will be held at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, December 30, 2015, at St. John Lutheran Church, 4608 Brambleton Ave., SW, Roanoke,. Arrangements by Oakey's South Chapel, 540-989-3131.