PERPETUAL 68 – Ylagan 15, Eze 12, Coronel 10, Yuhico 9, Pido 6, Dagangon 6, Singontiko 5, Sadiwa 3, Lucente 2, Tamayo 0, Mangalino 0.SAN SEBASTIAN 65 – Calisaan 14, Costelo 13, Bulanadi 12, Ilagan 8, Gayosa 7, David 7, Mercado 3, Navarro 1, Baetiong 0, Baytan 0, Valdez 0, Are 0, Calma 0, Quipse 0.Quarters: 13-14, 30-22, 49-44, 68-65. Perpetual almost lost grip of the game, squandering an eight-point lead, 57-49, midway in the payoff period as Michael Calisaan towed San Sebastian back in the game.The Golden Stags kept on fighting, with the lead being trimmed down to one, 66-65, with a Bulanadi three with 8.8 ticks remaining, before Ylagan canned the insurance freebies to ice the victory.Calisaan carried the load for San Sebastian (1-3) with 14 points and eight rebounds, while Ryan Costelo had 13 markers, four assists, and three boards.Bulanadi wound up with 12 points and seven rebounds as the Golden Stags absorbed their third straight defeat.The Scores:ADVERTISEMENT McGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC return Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. MOST READ Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite Strong final surge carries CEU to D-League quarters Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next “I knew I needed to make it because if I miss, we might still lose the game. And I didn’t want to lose,” the senior forward said in Filipino.But Ylagan’s biggest moment came with time winding down as he blocked Allyn Bulanadi’s potential game-tying trey, preserving the Altas’ second straight conquest to level their record to 2-2.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’Prince Eze notched a double-double with his 12 markers and 13 boards, while AJ Coronel got 10 points and four assists in the win.“It feels great because it’s so hard to win. We worked hard for this,” said Ylagan. Kawhi Leonard, Clippers rally to beat Pelicans ‘I’m out!’: PewDiePie releases last video before taking break from YouTube LATEST STORIES Ai-Ai delas Alas on Jiro Manio: ‘Sana pinahalagahan niya ang naitulong ko’ LeBron James scores 31 points, Lakers beat Rockets Indian national gunned down in Camarines Sur GJ Ylagan. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netPerpetual pulled off a great escape, fending off San Sebastian’s late rally to come away with a tight 68-65 victory on Tuesday in the NCAA Season 93 men’s basketball tournament at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.GJ Ylagan drained four pressure-packed free throws in the last 14.6 to finish with a team-best 15 points, alongside three rebounds, two assists, a steal, and a block.ADVERTISEMENT 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments
Mr. Sheriff responds to the residents’ petition. -Present position statement to county authoritiesResidents of Kokoya, Panta-Kpaii, Gbarnga 1 and 11 educational districts in collaboration with a pro-democracy civil society organization, the Community Development Research Agency (CODRA), on Friday February 22, 2019, petitioned the county leadership to improve education in those areas.CODRA Executive Director, Lassana Dukuly, said the assessment of public schools in Bong County affecting those districts was the result of different information gathered by USAID through the GeoPoll services and education surpassed the research as priority for the residents.Dukuly said the research established that there was a disconnect between teachers and students as it relates to classroom attendance and learning relevance.He said the study was carried out in 40 public schools in four of the eight education districts in the county. The study established that 27 of the 40 public schools have functional parent-teacher-associations (PTAs) and that, across the 40 schools, teachers leave the classroom before 11:00 a.m., leaving As the result, students are left roaming around.“Our survey established also that there are 371 teachers in the schools assessed with 251 of them government-employed, while the 120 are said to be ‘volunteer teachers’. And there is an enormity of what is happening at the various schools” Mr. Dukuly said.Student Doris Dolo reads the petition on behalf of her colleagues.In a well prepared statement read on behalf of the residents by student Doris Dolo of the Nathaniel Varney Massaquoi High School in Gbarnga, the residents have observed over the years the rapid decline of education in the county, which include the lacked of desks, limited trained teachers, poor infrastructures, inadequate classrooms and offices for teachers.In their petition statement, the residents also said that the lack of libraries and laboratories as well as text books in most public schools in the county is impeding the learning environment of the students.Most of the public schools in the county, if not all, do not have toilet facilities, no hand pump and no supervision and monitoring and evaluation. As the result, teachers are slow to teach, the residents’ petition said.“Bad supervision and no monitoring and evaluation mechanisms are the major challenges that characterize the Liberian educational sector” they said.They furthered that in July, 2018, CODRA engaged educational stakeholders at the county and district level, and on the spot physical assessment of school facilities and engaged the PTAs aimed to identify and find solution to some of the challenges the schools are facing.The residents recalled that in 2017, a USAID funded project, Liberia Accountability Voice Initiative (LAVI), conducted a political and economic analysis of the educational system in the county, and identified issues such as poor teaching, and classroom learning relevant as root causes of problems in the educational sector.In their petition, they expressed the hope that their petition will stimulate the county leadership to mobilize all stakeholders at the county level to work with national government to break with the past, and ensure that the annual national budget reflects the implementation of Liberia Reform Education Act of 2011.The petitioners recommended that the government fully implement the 2011 Education Reform Act chapter 9.1, which obligates national government as a primary financier of all public schools in the country; that 60% of the signatories’ fees of all agreements should go directly toward education; that the government should increase the education budget to 20% as enshrined in the Dakar framework of 2014, of which Liberia is signatory. The Dakar framework requires all member states to allocate a minimum of 20% of its national annual budget to education, but Liberia is yet to implement the agreement.Jesse F. Kollie, PTA chairman of the John Flomo Bakalu Junior High School, who spoke on behalf of his colleagues, called on education authorities to pay attention to the petition to improve learning facilities in the county.Bong County Assistant Superintendent, Anthony Boakai Sheriff, who received the petition on behalf of the county leadership, lauded CODRA, and the petitioners for highlighting loopholes in the county’s education system. Sheriff then promised to deliver the petition to the education authorities.According to Dukuly, the County Education Officer, Armah Varflee, as well as the District Education Officers, were invited, but none of them showed up or even sent a proxy.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The Rage were in penalty trouble early in the first period, but forward Keenan Bailey was able to take advantage of a shorthanded opportunity and put the first goal past Minotauros’ goaltender Jake Hebda, who had stood on his head to that point to keep the Rage off the board. The goal would give the Rage momentum as shortly after Carter Page would make it 2-0.The second period was a back-and-forth affair, as Minot would get on the board early in the period, but rookie forward Stephen Zipp responded with his first-ever NAHL goal to push the lead back up to two goals. Minot would make it close heading into the third period by scoring late in the second to make it 3-2.The third period saw tight, physical play as the Rage looked to put their opponents away and the Minotauros looked to tie the game up. Minot’s frustration was evident as tempers would flare late in the period and some fights ensued. The Minotauros attempted to make one last push by pulling their goaltender for the man-advantage, but Jason Wark would seal the win for the Rage by scoring into the empty net.- Advertisement -The Rage’s penalty kill was flawless during the game as the team killed off all nine of Minot’s power play opportunities.The team renews their rivalry with the Minotauros on Sunday starting at 3 p.m. at the EnCana Events Centre.
…suspect arrested, confessed to murderA former student, attached to the Matthews Ridge Secondary School, was pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital in the wee hours of Thursday after he was attacked and stabbed to death by his peer.Dead is 14-year-old Joseph Bumbury of Pakera, Matthews Ridge, North West District (NWD). Based on information received, Bumbury and his cousin, Leslie Norton, were reportedly imbibing alcohol in a shop at Flat, Matthews Ridge when they were approached by the 14-year-old suspect.Guyana Times understands that suspect immediately attacked Bumbury and dealt him several punches about his body. Seeing this, Norton intervened but was also attacked by the suspect with a knife.The teen suspect reportedly whipped out a knife from his waist and stabbed Norton to his hand which caused him to retreat.Nevertheless, the suspect continued his attack on the now dead teenager by stabbing him several times to his chest and hand. After committing the act, he escaped.Injured Bumbury might have bled to death since he was left for several hours at the scene before Police arrived. The teen was rushed to the Matthews Ridge Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival.Norton was also taken to the hospital where he was admitted to the medical facility. Meanwhile, detectives visited the home of the suspect and took him into custody.During interrogation, the teen reportedly confessed to the murder by giving them a detailed account of what transpired. More so, he led the detectives to the murder weapon.The suspect also gave Police a written statement under caution in the presence of his uncle. He is expected to be charged shortly as investigations are continuing.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Huskies are on the road tonight as they look to beat the Fairview Flyers.Last weekend was bitter-sweet as the Huskies faced the North Peace Navigators.The Pups were successful in game one of the series as they beat the Navs 3-1.- Advertisement -In game two, it wasn’t a game the Huskies were expecting as the Navigators won the game 7-2.The Huskies are looking for a win tonight, Friday, as they face the Flyers at the Fairview Arena. Game time is 8:00 p.m.Then on Saturday, the Huskies return home as they take on the JDA Kings. That game is 8:00 p.m. at the North Peace Arena.Advertisement
The commotion attracted Alvarado, who said his cousin called him over. Using a flashlight, Alvarado also looked through the window and saw the girl in her bed, with blood around her head, he said. He and two others broke through the front door. In addition to the girl in an upstairs bedroom, Alvarado said he found a man dead on a sofa, his head leaning back. “I just ran downstairs,” he said. “I didn’t want to look no more.” The bodies of the girl and her mother were both found in their beds, and they might have been sleeping when they were shot, Peavy said. The grandfather’s body was found on a chair in the living room, with a self-inflicted gunshot wound and a handgun in his hand, Peavy said. On Wednesday, police tape was strung across the front door of the home, and mangled blinds were visible through the window. Neighbors said the family, who lived at River Ranch Townhomes, had received eviction notices, and the grandfather was upset about it. “All indications are that he was going through some difficult times financially, and that might have caused the whole thing,” Peavy said. Neighbors spoke of the family on Wednesday, of little Angelica, whom they said was an active girl, with shoulder-length dark-blond hair. Michele Perez, 34, who lives nearby, said she often saw the girl and her grandfather together. “They were always happy, they were always out by the pool, he was always taking her swimming and jumping rope around here,” she said. Some neighbors said they heard what sounded like gunshots at 4:30 a.m. Tuesday. Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of two to three gunshots called in by a resident in the area, said Lt. Brenda Cambra, a spokeswoman for the sheriff’s Santa Clarita station. The deputies arrived 10 minutes later, but didn’t see or hear anything more, or locate the source of the gunshots, Cambra said. Sheriff’s deputies came back to the town home Tuesday night, after neighbors discovered the bodies. “The lady next door said they’re not going to knock down the door, they’re going to come by and patrol the area, which makes perfect sense,” said Rhonda Robb, 27, a receptionist who just moved into the neighborhood Tuesday with her boyfriend, Alvarado. River Ranch has gated entrances and maintenance employees who drive around in golf carts. There is a pool near the leasing office, and the wheat-colored town homes have balconies and face neatly clipped lawns. Finding his neighbors’ bodies was the worst thing he has ever seen, Alvarado said. Robb said she could not sleep Tuesday night because of the grisly discovery almost next door from where she just moved in. “I just hope the best for whatever family they do have left,” she said. firstname.lastname@example.org (661) 257-5253160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “It’s unbelievable,” a grim-faced Alvarado, 22, said Wednesday morning. “I just couldn’t believe it, seeing a little girl like that.” Authorities determined that Richard Boyd Burton, 52, shot his daughter, Crystal Marie Burton, 24, and his granddaughter, Angelica, said Craig Harvey, a spokesman for the county Coroner’s Office. Burton then turned the gun on himself, Harvey said. The bodies were found about 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the town home on Annes Circle Drive, just outside Santa Clarita. Angelica’s friends went to find her when she didn’t show up for a planned sleepover, said Capt. Ray Peavy of the sheriff’s Homicide Unit. Neighbors say the girls, accompanied by a mother, knocked on the window and threw rocks onto the balcony to try to get their friend’s attention, but got no response. CANYON COUNTRY – Four little girls searching for their friend tossed rocks at her balcony Tuesday night, then peeked through her bedroom window. What was soon discovered rocked the Santa Clarita Valley on Wednesday as details unfolded of the worst homicide in years in a town that touts its low crime rate. Using a flashlight, the youngsters saw their friend, 8-year-old Angelica Maldonado, lying motionless, blood around her head, and yelled out. Rudy Alvarado, a neighbor in this gated town-home complex in Canyon Country, forced his way inside, where he found Angelica dead. She was one of three people killed in what sheriff’s homicide detectives believe was a murder-suicide in a family facing financial troubles.
He added that from the time the off-duty officer spotted Crow, it was minutes before police pulled him over. Crow had traveled just a few miles, he said. “In all likelihood, it looks like a suicide,” he said. But ballistics tests still need to confirm whether the bullet matches the handgun found in the passenger seat, he said. Sheriff’s homicide detectives are investigating the incident. email@example.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2109160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AZUSA – A man who died on the side of the 210 Freeway on Tuesday with a gunshot wound likely shot himself, officials said Thursday. David Ware Crow, 48, was driving erratically just after 11 p.m. when an off-duty California Highway Patrol officer spotted him, officials said. The Lakewood man was swerving back and forth between lanes on the northbound 605 Freeway before merging onto the 210, Irwindale police Sgt. Mario Camacho said. Crow exited at Irwindale Avenue, pulled into a business center, turned around and then re-entered the freeway minutes later, he said. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat KingsThe off-duty officer followed him the entire time while waiting for backup. At 11:17 p.m. Irwindale police officers pulled Crow over on the freeway near the Azusa Avenue exit and found that he had been shot in the chest near his heart, Camacho said. “When officers pulled him out of the car, he was bleeding profusely,” he said. “The guy seemed to be lifeless.” Fire Department personnel and police officers tried to provide medical aid to Crow while waiting for an ambulance to arrive, but he died at the scene. A handgun was found in the passenger seat, Camacho said.
The Glenties Harvest Fair is always a big draw.THE Glenties Harvest Fair may be set to a specific weekend every year, the local community group says.An open meeting regarding this year’s fair will be held on Thursday February 18th at 8pm in the Market Hall.The meeting is being held to discuss the fixing of the Harvest Fair to a particular weekend every year going forward. “The meeting is being organised following representations made to us by numerous persons following the success of the Harvest Fair in the past two years. Everyone is welcome and we encourage as many people as possible to attend and give their opinions,” said Richard Quigley, Secretary of the Glenties Community Development Group GLENTIES TO SET REGULAR DATE FOR SUCCESSFUL HARVEST FAIR was last modified: February 10th, 2016 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Man denied he was speeding as he had sold the van when he was drunk.A man has denied he was speeding in a van after claiming he had sold it weeks before the alleged incident while he was drunk.Dillon Roulston, with an address of 6 Cloon Lee, Coneyburrow in Lifford denies the charge against him. Letterkenny District CourtThe defendant claimed he had sold the van a number of weeks before the speeding incident occurred on April 16th at the Glebe, Stranorlar.However, Letetrkenny District Court was told there was no evidence Mr Roulston had sold the van.The accused claimed he doesn’t recall the date he sold it – because he was drunk when the transaction was made.Mr Roulston took the stand and gave evidence and told Inspector Goretti Sheridan he was drunk when he sold the vehicle.Inspector Sheridan asked him was he drunk now and Mr Roulston said, ‘No I’m not drunk now.Inspector Sheridan asked him what did he recall doing on April 16th to which Mr Roulston responded, “I was just lying around the house so I was.”She again asked did he recall anything significant from that date, to which the defendant responded, “No I was just lying about the house, I always just lie around the house so I do.”When quizzed about who he sold the van to – Mr Roulston claimed the buyer was called ‘Fintan’ and he didn’t know his surname.He also added that he was drunk when he sold the van for €300.He said he got cash for it and that he sold the van from his house.Mr Roulston added that he spent all the money he got from the van on more drink.Judge Paul Kelly asked why he didn’t pay the fine.Mr Roulston said, “Sure why would I pay the fine man, it wasn’t me driving.”When Judge Paul Kelly asked why he didn’t fill out the letter and explain the situation to Gardaí, the defendant responded, “Sure how was I supposed to know?”Judge Paul Kelly adjourned the case until December 3rd and also warned solicitor for the defendant to have Patsy Gallagher to have a word with him as his condition was not suitable for court.MAN DENIES SPEEDING AFTER CLAIMING HE SOLD VAN WHEN HE WAS DRUNK was last modified: November 3rd, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Dillon RoulstondonegaldrunkjobsLiffordnewsspeedingvan
Ramelton’s Barry McNamee has been called up to a special Ireland U-21 session this weekend.The Derry City player, scouted by several English clubs last season, is in the Candystripes colours again for this year’s premier league campaign.And Barry is delighted after Noel King – a former City man himself – named him in a squad of League of Ireland players for the upcoming friendly against Leinster and Munster ahead of the UEFA Regions Cup Noel King has named a strong squad of Irish-based players for the Republic of Ireland’s under-21 friendly against Leinster and Munster.The two provinces are set to play in the UEFA Regions Cup, and King is using the tie as a chance to look at some of his domestic players, including goalkeeper Niall Burdon, who recently joined Shelbourne from Stade Rennes.King revealed his plans for the game, which could offer the domestic-based panel a chance to break into the full under-21 squad. “The Leinster and Munster side are obviously preparing for their tournament and are a very strong team so this will be an excellent opportunity for our players to show our management team what they can do,” said King.“We have played games like this in the past to good effect and quite a few players have come through those games and furthered their careers including Enda Stevens, Karl Sheppard, Paddy Madden and Paul Corry. “If we can produce as many players for the U21 squad from this group I will be extremely pleased. There is no better way to judge players then when you are working with them directly. The opportunities are always there for Airtricity League players to push their way into the U21 squad and I’m looking forward to this game.”The match takes place on Saturday afternoon.Republic of Ireland under-21 squad: Greg Murray (Bohemian FC), Niall Burdon (Shelbourne FC), Michael Barker (Bohemian FC), Roberto Lopes (Bohemian FC), Luke Byrne (Bohemian FC), Chris Lyons (Bohemian FC), Hugh Douglas (UCD AFC), Barry McCabe (UCD AFC), Robbie Benson (UCD AFC), Ismahil Akinade (Bray Wanderers FC), Kevin Knight (Bray Wanderers FC), Eoghan Osborne (Dundalk FC), Daniel Purdy (Longford Town FC), Stephen McDonnell (Dundalk FC), Chris Forrester (St Patrick’s Athletic FC), Conor Murphy (St Patrick’s Athletic FC), Barry McNamee (Derry City FC) RAMELTON FOOTBALLER BARRY CALLED UP FOR IRELAND U-21 SESSION was last modified: February 19th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Barry McNameederry cityRAMELTON FOOTBALLER BARRY CALLED UP FOR IRELAND U-21 SESSION