Tomorrow afternoon and next Thursday are the final home games for the Batesville Bulldogs. It is hard to believe that another basketball season is coming to an end. All of the area girls teams lost out last week, and the boys’ sectional draw is this Sunday.Whether you root for the Bulldogs or any other team, if you want to see a home game, you need to get out in the next week. After that, it will be the tournament series. Where has the time gone?
ELLSWORTH — Five Hancock County tennis teams will participate in this week’s regional quarterfinals.The sixth-seeded Ellsworth boys (8-5) advanced to face John Bapst (11-1) with a 3-2 win over Foxcroft in Class B North preliminary action. That game will be played at Hampden Academy.The fifth-seeded Mount Desert Island boys’ team (7-5) received a bye to the second round and played No. 4 Waterville on Wednesday. The No. 6 girls’ team beat Presque Isle 4-1 and will play third-seeded John Bapst (11-1) in the next round.The George Stevens Academy boys’ team (12-0) received the No. 1 seed in Class C North. The Eagles will face No. 8 Orono (9-4), which defeated Deer Isle-Stonington (4-8-1) on Tuesday.The fifth and final Hancock County team to qualify for the the quarterfinals will be the winner of today’s girls’ game between No. 5 GSA (9-3) and No. 12 Deer Isle-Stonington (3-9). That team will play in the quarterfinals against No. 4 Penobscot Valley (10-2) in a match that will be played at Schenck High School in East Millinocket.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textIn addition to the Deer Isle-Stonington boys, the Ellsworth girls (6-7) and Sumner boys (1-11-1) saw their seasons end Tuesday with losses in the preliminary round with losses against Hermon and Lee Academy, respectively.With the exception of the MDI boys’ match, which will be played at 4 p.m. today, all quarterfinal contests will be held tomorrow, June 1. Times for those matches will be announced later.
The following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety incident report summary between Monday, Jan. 27, and Tuesday, Jan. 28. Crimes against propertyAt 10:43 A.M. on Jan. 27, a staff member at Keck Hospital of USC reported a department computer missing. The incident occurred on Jan. 19.Miscellaneous incidentsAt 3:28 P.M. on Jan. 27, an infant was transported to Los Angeles County+USC Hospital for medical treatment after he hit his head on the ground when his mother fell while holding him. The incident occurred outside Healthcare Center 1.At 11:46 P.M. on Jan. 27, officers responded to a student who injured his ankle while playing Frisbee. A Los Angeles Fire Department Rescue Ambulance unit was requested, and the student was transported to California Hospital for medical treatment.At 1:34 A.M. on Jan. 28, DPS officers responded to a student who had suffered from an allergic reaction from food he had eaten. The student was transported to California Hospital for treatment.At 2:58 A.M. on Jan. 28, a suspect was found prowling near 37th Place and Catalina Street. DPS officers arrived on the scene and found the suspect to be intoxicated and unable to care for himself. He was then arrested and transported to Metropolitan Detention Center for booking.
RMG secures £110m in media & data rights payments in 2018 April 26, 2019 StumbleUpon BHA and HRI to carry out non-standard race times trial December 19, 2019 Share Continuing its youth development and training schemes, Racing UK’s Racecourse Media Group (RMG) has announced Shelley Birkett and Jason Kiely as recipients of its new Media JETS Traineeship.Joining the development program, the RMG’s young apprentices will learn all aspects of modern media dynamics including presenting, punditry, digital production, marketing and PR.Birkett, who is 23 and based in Malton North Yorkshire, has ridden 77 winners on the Flat. She said: “I am delighted to have been selected for the RMG – JETS traineeship. I am looking forward to gaining new skills on the course.“The training will hopefully stand me in good stead for a career in the media in the future and I feel very fortunate to be given this opportunity.”Kiely, who is Irish-born but based with Tim Vaughan in Cowbridge, Glamorgan, is a former conditional jockey with five winners to his name. The 26-year-old said: “To have been chosen for this traineeship is a dream-come-true for me. It really is an excellent initiative and I believe having more ex-jockeys involved in the media will prove advantageous.“Working in the racing media has always been what I’ve wanted to do after riding and, now thanks to JETS and Racecourse Media Group, it’s a definite possibility. I’m sure I will get some fantastic insights into all the different areas, which will hopefully offer me a bright future within our sport.”The course will be hosted primarily at RMG’s London locations of Ealing and Victoria. Kiely is set to start on September 11, with Birkett on November 7.Seb Vance, Director of PR & Communications at RMG, said: “Everyone at RMG was keen to make a meaningful contribution to the jockeys, especially in light of recent events on the track, which show just how precarious a career in the saddle can be.“We are delighted to team up with JETS to offer the Traineeship and look forward to welcoming Shelley and Jason. We were impressed with their applications and interviews and are confident this will set them on the path to future successful careers in the media.” Related Articles Submit Bahrain racing gains international coverage with RMG deal November 22, 2019 Share