Lady Trojans Defeat Lady Wildcats On The Court

first_imgThe Lady Wildcats played much better as a team, but came up short against East Central 25-15, 25-15, 25-13.The team fought hard, but still the mental mistakes continue to plague the team. They are learning everyday how to overcome it. It was fun to watch them play. Autumn McDaniel had a great night digging 12 hard balls. Kendall McCool had 6 assists, 1 kill, and 7 digs. Kamryn McCool led with 8 kills and added 4 digs and 1 block. Taylor McCreary came in served great and added 2 ace serves.They Lady Wildcats are back in action as they travel to Rushville on Wednesday.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Tanya Wirtz.East Central JV volleyball team defeated Franklin County in 2 sets with scores of 25-3 and 25-16 on Monday, Aug. 28.The team was plagued with some illnesses, but the girls still played together. Despite 2 starters leaving the match due to health conditions, freshman Emma Ertel, Jessie Stenger, and Charson McCory were able to step up to get more JV play time. The team served aggressively, which took Franklin County out of their offense.Serving Aces: Anna Andres 5 (9/9); Allison Huismann 4 (7/7); Alex Disbro 3 (9/9); Ashley Miller 3 (4/5); Alicia Rosemeyer 3 (4/4); Faith Fox 2 (6/7); Emma Ertel 2 (4/5)Kills: Alicia Rosemeyer 3 (6/6); Grace Egbers 1 (3/4)Assists: Allison Huismann 8 (25/25)Digs: Alex Disbro 3/3 and Grace Egbers 3/3serve receive: Grace Egbers 5/5, Alex Disbro 4/4 and Faith Fox 3/3Back in action Thursday evening at Lawrenceburg.Courtesy of Trojans Coach Debbie Gregg.JV Lady Cats fall to EC. We got off on the wrong foot and just didn’t recover the first set. Second set, we pulled it back together but just not enough to play a third set. We will meet EC later on in the season and be more prepared. This JV team has some flaws but tonight that was just with communication on the court. We are strong together but we were off tonight.We have the day off with practice to regroup and get prepared to travel to Rushville on Wed. @5.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Jill Mergenthal.last_img read more

Eberechi Eze dreams Arsenal move

first_imgRelatedPosts Runarsson joins Arsenal on four-year deal Arsenal, Wolves want Michael Olise Akpom pens Middlesbrough loan deal QPR attacker Eberechi Eze would jump at any offer from Arsenal.Crystal Palace and West Ham have both been monitoring his progress and are set to battle it out for his services. However, reports claimed Eze will only be allowed to leave the club if a £20 million bid comes in.And if was down to the 22-year-old attacking midfielder himself his ‘dream’ would be to play for Arsenal – the team he grew up supporting and spent time at their youth set up.Last week Palace had an offer of around £12 million rejected by QPR for the player who netted 14 Championship goals last term.Tags: ArsenalEberechi EzeQueen’s Park Rangerslast_img read more

South African provincial governments

first_imgEach of South Africa’s nine provinces has its own legislature, with 30 to 80 members elected according to proportional representation. The legislature in turn elects one of its members as premier, head of the provincial government.(Image: National Council of Provinces (NCOP))Brand South Africa reporterThe premier appoints an Executive Council (akin to the national Cabinet), consisting of members of the legislature, to administer the various departments of the provincial administration. These heads of department are known as members of the Executive Council, or MECs.The legislature makes provincial laws, and may adopt a Constitution for the province if two-thirds of its members agree. A provincial Constitution must be in line with the principles of the national Constitution.Provinces are allowed legislative and executive powers – alongside the powers of the national government – over a number of issues. These include gambling, education (excluding university education), the environment, healthcare, police services, vehicle licensing and welfare.The provinces can take responsibility for administration of these issues if they have the capacity.Provinces also have exclusive powers over a number of areas, including abattoirs, ambulance services, liquor licences, local museums, culture and recreation, and provincial roads and traffic.*Updated: 6 November 2015Source: South African Government Communication and Information SystemWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.last_img read more

OABA’s Nutrient Stewardship Certification Program celebrating and implementing the 4R philosophy

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Everyone wants clean water.Yet, in the complex realities of food production, land management and nutrient stewardship, balancing society’s other needs with the supply of clean water is not always a simple task. While everyone wants clean water, not everyone is willing to invest their time, money and other resources into doing what is necessary to make that a reality.Using the right fertilizer source at the right rate, the right time and in the right place is a simple concept, but the actual implementation of the 4Rs is a challenging task that requires a broad, unified approach including farmers and the agribusinesses that work with them. Ohio took legislative steps to address the water quality challenges in the western basin of Lake Erie, but Ohio’s agribusinesses wanted to take their water quality efforts a step further.“We started having conversations with The Nature Conservancy about what else could be done outside of government mandates. That is how the idea of certification of agricultural retailers and nutrient service providers got started,” said Chris Henney, president and CEO of the Ohio AgriBusiness Association (OABA). “We worked with Carrie Vollmer-Sanders at The Nature Conservancy and many other early partners to develop the concept of a certification program for ag retailers. The concept is based around the idea that there are some key people farmers really trust — their banker, their grain merchandiser, and their ag retailer. These are folks who really help them make critical farm decisions. If we can hold up retailers who are doing things right and help them do more things right, we can impact a lot more acres a lot faster.”Ultimately this concept led to the development of the 4R Nutrient Stewardship Certification Program and the formation of a Nutrient Stewardship Council. The new program, overseen by OABA, was launched in March of 2014. The Program provides a set of guidelines for doing what is necessary to implement the 4Rs and a platform to highlight the agricultural businesses doing it.“The long term viability of our industry requires our association and member companies to be leaders in the field implementation of the 4Rs. As the program developed, it became quickly apparent that OABA needed to take a leadership position in administrating a certification program built upon implementing the principles of the 4Rs in real world applications on farms,” Henney said. “We ensured ag retailers were involved in the process to develop criteria for the certification process and also identified key skills necessary for third party auditors to assess the level of compliance with the criteria of the program. We have known for years that our member companies are doing many things right, but we wanted to document that so it was recognized they really are doing the right things. We aren’t just saying it, we are proving it with this program.”Through the Certification program, OABA has partnered with a variety of agriculture and environmental groups, researchers and experts to coordinate the education, training, implementation and third party auditing for the application of nutrients using the 4R principles of nutrient stewardship. Key partners in the effort include The Nature Conservancy and The Fertilizer Institute.“Now we have 34 retailers who are certified and we are having an impact with 5,500 farmers and 2.7 million acres,” Henney said. “I am so proud of our members and the agricultural industry and how they have embraced this.”The certification process is both rigorous and stringent.“When the program started there were 43 requirements from the Nutrient Stewardship Council advisory committee and they paired that down to 41 requirements. The committee meets on a bi-annual basis to review the requirements to make sure those requirements are still current,” said Andrew Allman, the 4R Nutrient Stewardship Certification Program executive director. “There are 26 requirements in year one, an additional nine requirements in year two and the six remaining requirements in year three. We are now coming to the full-circle in this first audit cycle to see how this is really working for those participating nutrient service providers in the program.“They go though a rigorous audit of those 41 requirements over a three-year period and once you hit year four you are expected to be doing all of those 41 things. Then it is an annual audit. The first audit cycle is not 100% pass-fail. If there are certain areas the participants need to improve upon, they can take a look at where they had non-compliance issues and submit a corrective action plan to the auditor of exactly how they will handle the issues. They need to make the improvements and will be heavily scrutinized in those areas in the following audit. This is really designed to help them be better stewards of the land.”There are three sections to the Program: initial training and ongoing education; monitoring of 4R implementation; and nutrient recommendations and application. Some of the requirements for the agribusinesses in the Program include:• Providing nutrient recommendations that are consistent with the state’s land-grant university’s nutrient recommendations.• A certified professional review of the nutrient recommendations made for the grower customers.• A staff with an understanding of the 4Rs of nutrient stewardship.• Soil tests used to make nutrient recommendations are less than four years old.• Nutrient application equipment that is calibrated annually.• The timing of fertilizer application avoids spreading on frozen or snow-covered fields.• Nutrients are not broadcast applied prior to a predicted heavy rainfall.• All sources of fertilizer are accounted for in the nutrient recommendations.• Phosphorus is applied below the soil surface whenever possible.• Nutrient application setbacks are followed in sensitive areas.Allman has been excited to see how the certified agribusinesses have responded to their inclusion in the program.“Senate Bill 1 comes into play with this in terms of the application of nutrients on frozen ground and watching the weather. The ag retailers are really being conscious of when they should be applying. Of course in northwest Ohio in the Western Lake Erie Basin, that is law now. But we do have retailers with customers outside the Lake Erie Watershed. They are watching the weather patterns more closely and documenting the weather because when they go through the audit, those things will be looked at as a part of the 41 requirements,” Allman said. “Retailers are taking a look at their application equipment to make it better in terms of the 4Rs. There are certified facilities retrofitting their equipment to see how they can keep those nutrients in the fields and out of the waterways.”Education is another important part of the certification requirements.“In terms of education, most of these businesses have grower field days or grower education materials that they will send out to their clients. To be a part of the program, there are a few requirements based around the education of their customers. They are really starting to implement the 4Rs in their grower field days and the information they are passing along is trying to stress what the 4Rs are doing for their businesses and also what they can do for the farmer clients they are working with,” Allman said. “Education is a pillar for the program. It was something the retailers were doing before, but not as much as they are now. They are really stressing to their employees the importance of the 4Rs internally as well so they can pass it along to their customers. They are encouraging their staff members to attend seminars and events where they can learn about water quality and being good stewards.”Ultimately, the Certification Program serves to both highlight agribusinesses already doing the right things for water quality and encourage them to do more.“One of the surprises for the industry with this was a change in mindset. They came together to make change happen and share practices and technology to make the industry better as a whole,” Allman said. “The majority of retailers have been doing the right things for quite a few years, but they have not done a good job of telling their story and putting this out from a PR standpoint. There is knowledge sharing and the understanding that we need to think a little bit differently and do some things a little differently, but we also need to get this information out about the positive things that have been happening.”The early success of Ohio’s 4R Nutrient Stewardship Certification Program is getting attention around the country.“When we started, we didn’t have a roadmap to go by. They were hoping to get 15 retailers signed up and showing interest in the first six months. They had more than double that and within a year’s time there were 50 service providers expressing interest and at least 15 that were certified,” Allman said. “There was a lot of struggle to launch the program. They had tough conversations that needed to be had. They knew that this program was not a silver bullet, but it is a component of doing our part and addressing these issues. Now we are looking at expansion into other states and regions with this program as a model.”For more, visit 4rcertified.orglast_img read more

Sponsor Post: Courtroom Tweeting

first_imgTags:#Sponsors#web Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Related Posts A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Editor’s note: we offer our long-term sponsors the opportunity to write ‘Sponsor Posts’ and tell their story. These posts are clearly marked as written by sponsors, but we also want them to be useful and interesting to our readers. We hope you like the posts and we encourage you to support our sponsors by trying out their products.Traditional news services once had a monopoly on breaking stories. Not anymore. Just as blogging seems to have displaced longer features in traditional media, micro-blogging sites such as Twitter are racing against (and often beating) news services to the scoop.Does this make for better-informed citizens? Maybe.Reporters glom onto Twitter to research info and broadcast stories to their readers. They may even attain the ranks of Muck Rack, a Twitter stream composed of the tweets of thousands of media workers, from reporters to managing editors to Stephen Colbert.The tweet tsunami has hit the whole world. It’s still moving, and it promises to evolve as journalists dream up new ways of working with Twitter.Some of the places where journalists are practicing their trade are raising eyebrows, too.Take courtroom reporting, for instance. Wichita Eagle reporter Ron Sylvester makes ample use of his Twitter account (upwards of 10,000 tweets) to report on a range of trials. In Sweden, warbling over the Pirate Bay case grew tumultuous. The Ottawa Citizen’s Glen McGregor used to document Mayor Larry O’Brien’s fight against charges of bribery and influence peddling (and illustrated a best practice of devoting one stream to a long-running news story).But is Twitter better than traditional media for broadcasting news from a courtroom? One camp holds that tweets don’t do trial reporting justice. Another maintains that Twitter promotes judicial transparency and helps citizens stay abreast of trials.Admittedly, the latter argument falls short should people try to make heads or tails of a three-month-long trial based on tweets from days one and two. But interested parties who can’t attend in person can benefit from the contributions of trained journalists, even if deep analysis can’t happen 140 characters at a time.“Trained journalists” is an important caveat. While interested citizens armed with BlackBerrys can document a trial, their varying levels of skill elicit the Mark Twain-worthy quip, “I trust citizen journalists as much as I trust citizen surgeons.”Imperfect tweeting should not pose a problem, though. Excessive inaccuracy and bias – and commentary discrediting them – appear quickly in a real-time world replete with news sources. Expect those who produce slanted streams to quickly lose followers.For all this, the whole debate may not be worth the pixels they’re displayed on. The cat is decidedly out of the bag, and Twitter will probably carry blow-by-blow accounts of many future trials.Will this help or hinder the ever-evolving fields of journalism and justice? Let us know what you think.center_img Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market rww sponsor 1last_img read more

Video Tutorial: Introducing Premiere’s New Lumetri Curves

first_imgIn our latest video tutorial, learn how you can adjust hue, saturation, and luminance values with Adobe Premiere Pro 2019.With Creative Cloud 2019, Adobe has outfitted Premiere Pro with five new curve tools. These new tools allow users to perform selective color grading via the hue, saturation, and luminance values of your image. You can call them the VS curves, HSL curves, or selective grading tools; whatever you call them, they provide a lot of versatility when it comes to color correction.Let’s take a closer look. Looking for more Premiere tutorials? Check these out.Video Tutorial: An Inside Look at Adobe Premiere Pro 2019Take a Video Tour of Adobe’s New Premiere Rush CCHow to Export Illustrator Icons to Use in After Effects and Premiere ProNew 360 Video effects in After Effects and Premiere Pro CC 2018How to Layer Text Behind Objects in Adobe Premiere Pro The New Curve ToolsTo find the new curves, go to the Lumetri Color panel and select the Curves tab, and then open Hue Saturation Curves. These new curve tools can perform overall adjustments to the hue, the saturation, or the luminance based on either the hue or luminance values you select. In case you need a quick refresher, the hue is the color, the saturation is the intensity of the color, and the luminance is the brightness value.Each curve pairs two properties together: one mapped horizontally and one vertically. The first attribute is what you’re selecting, the second attribute is what you are affecting. Essentially, the first value adjusts the second. You’ll find five new Curves tools, including the following:Hue vs. SaturationHue vs. HueHue vs. LumaLuma vs. SaturationSaturation vs. SaturationNow let’s figure out how to use these new tools.How the Tools WorkManually select colors by clicking on the horizontal curve line, or use the color picker tool. Using the color picker will automatically set three points on the curve, with the selected color point in the middle of the three points. If the selection isn’t perfect, you can manually adjust the points as needed. The key to using these curves is to make very subtle adjustments to the image. Pushing things too far can make some images fall apart very quickly.The first three Curves tools give you a preview via a vertical bar when you select and hold a point on the curve. For example, when using the Hue vs. Saturation curve, you’ll see the vertical bar previewing the saturation levels. Highly saturated values are at the top, with desaturated values at the bottom. For Hue vs. Hue, you’ll see the hue values spread across the vertical preview bar. Each curve has an on/off checkbox, allowing users to quickly view changes. Now that we understand how they work, let’s take a look at how we can use them.Using the ToolsThey’re called selective grading tools because that’s exactly what they do. Take this sample shot of a dog. To isolate the red collar, I’ll first grab the color picker and then click directly on the dog’s collar. Once selected, you’ll notice that three points have been added to the curve. This selection includes not only that particular color but also the additional two points so I can manipulate this particular color without affecting the rest of the hues in the shot.Using the different curve tools, I can isolate this color and perform a number of changes. I can use Hue vs. Hue to change the color of the collar to green. I can use Hue vs. Sat to desaturate just the collar. And this is just the beginning. There are a variety of additional techniques you can perform with these tools, including fine-tuning skin tones, lowering the saturation of shadows, and a handful of other creative results.last_img read more

Rajya Sabha member wants to modify National Anthem

first_imgCongress MP Ripun Bora, on Friday, introduced a Private Members’ Bill in Rajya Sabha to modify the National Anthem. The MP from Assam wants to add North East in the National Anthem and remove “Sindh”.Mr. Bora had brought a Private Member resolution with the same demand in 2016. The North East is an important part of India but doesn’t find mention in the National Anthem, Mr. Bora had said. The draft resolution had observed that the then President of India Rajendra Prasad had said in a statement on January 24, 1950, that alterations in the words of ‘Jana Gana Mana’ may be authorised by the Government of India “as occasion arises.”“There is no mention of the North East in the National Anthem but has the mention of Sindh, which is now part of Pakistan. Why are we glorifying a place of a hostile nation? There is no point,” he had told PTI in 2016.Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore wrote ‘Jana Gana Mana’ in 1911 in Bengali and it was adopted as the National Anthem in 1950. Sindh province of undivided India went to Pakistan after the Partition. However, the word continues to be a part of the National Anthem. Union Minister Arvind Sawant also sought the removal of ‘Sindh’ from the National Anthem in 2016. Mr. Sawant, then a Shiv Sena MP in Lok Sabha, made the submission during Zero Hour on March 1, 2016. However, the Sindhi community living in India were unhappy with it as they feel Sindh represents Indus civilization and not the Pakistani province. Lakhu Luhana of the World Sindhi Congress, during an interview with ANI, said that though Sindh was a part of Pakistan now, most Sindhis don’t associate themselves with that country.Parliament allows individual members to introduce Bills. These Bills are usually discussed on Fridays. The Private Members’ Bills go through the same cycle as government Bills but have rarely been passed in any House. The last instance of a Private Member Bill being passed in a House was in 2015 when Rajya Sabha passed DMK member Tiruchi Siva’s The Rights of Transgender Persons Bill, 2014. The Bill is pending in Lok Sabha for the past four years. In the meantime, the government had introduced its version of Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Bill, 2016, in the lower House. The Bill after getting approval from Lok Sabha in December 2018, had lapsed and would now have to be re-introduced in Parliament again.last_img read more

Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman: I was abused by doctor

first_imgUSA Gymnastics announced Tuesday it hired Kerry Perry as the organization’s new president and CEO. Perry starts Dec. 1. NVGRELATED STORIES:US gymnastics gold medalist reveals abuse by team doctorUS Olympic gymnastics doctor pleads guilty to child porn charges Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Onyok Velasco see bright future for PH boxing in Olympics PLAY LIST 00:45Onyok Velasco see bright future for PH boxing in Olympics00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games View comments Read Next FILE – In this Aug. 11, 2016, file photo, United States’ Aly Raisman rests between apparatus’ during the artistic gymnastics women’s individual all-around final at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Raisman says she is among the young women abused by a former USA Gymnastics team doctor. Raisman tells “60 Minutes” she was 15 when she was first treated by Dr. Larry Nassar, who spent more than two decades working with athletes at USA Gymnastics. He’s now is in jail in Michigan awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to possession of child pornography. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez, File)Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman says she is among the young women sexually abused by a former USA Gymnastics team doctor.Raisman tells “60 Minutes” she was 15 when she was first treated by Dr. Larry Nassar, who spent more than two decades working with athletes at USA Gymnastics. He’s now is in jail in Michigan awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to possession of child pornography.ADVERTISEMENT Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding ‘He took advantage of so many people’s trust’The 23-year-old Raisman has been highly critical of USA Gymnastics in recent months, calling for leadership change at the top of the organization while advocating for athlete’s rights.Nassar began working with USA Gymnastics as an athletic trainer in 1986 and became the national team doctor in 1996. He stepped down in 2014 but remained on staff before being fired in 2015.“These girls, they should be comfortable going to USA Gymnastics and saying ‘I need help, I want therapy. I need this,’” Raisman said in an interview with The Associated Press and USA Today in August during the 2017 national championships.Raisman declined to get into specifics at that time about whether she was abused by Nassar but painted a vivid picture of how Nassar’s behavior went unchecked.ADVERTISEMENT Raisman, the captain of the 2012 and 2016 Olympic gold-medal winning teams, details the abuse in her book “Fierce,” which will be released on Tuesday. Raisman’s interview with “60 Minutes” will air Sunday night.Raisman is the latest gymnast to claim she was sexually abused by Nassar. McKayla Maroney, who won two medals at the 2012 Games as Raisman’s teammate, said last month she was molested for years by Nassar.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutNassar also is awaiting trial on separate criminal sexual conduct charges and has been sued by more than 125 women alleging sexual abuse. Nassar has pleaded not guilty to the assault charges, and the dozens of civil suits filed in Michigan are currently in mediation.USA Gymnastics said in a statement Friday that Raisman sharing her personal experience took “great courage” and it is “appalled by the conduct of which Larry Nassar is accused.” “I think that, you just want, you want to trust people and that he was just a disgusting person, he took advantage of so many people’s trust,” Raisman said. “And I think, it just disgusts me he was a doctor. It’s crazy. Because when a doctor says something you want to believe him and it’s just awful.”Jamie Dantzscher, a bronze medalist on the 2000 U.S. Olympic team, filed a lawsuit against Nassar in California in September 2016. She says Nassar touched her inappropriately while disguising the abuse as treatment. Dantzscher initially filed as “Jane Doe” but came forward publicly to “60 Minutes” in February.USA Gymnastics adopts SafeSport PolicyUSA Gymnastics launched an independent review of its policies in the wake of the allegations against Nassar and reporting by the Indianapolis Star in August 2016 that highlighted chronic mishandling of sexual abuse allegations against coaches and staff at some of its more than 3,500 clubs across the country.In June, the gymnastics board adopted the new USA Gymnastics SafeSport Policy that replaced the previous policy. Key updates include mandatory reporting, defining six types of misconduct, setting standards to prohibit grooming behavior, preventing inappropriate interaction and establishing accountability.In July, the organization hired Toby Stark, a child welfare advocate, as its director of SafeSport. Part of Stark’s mandate is educating members on rules, educational programs and reporting. The federation also adopted several recommendations by Deborah Daniels, a former federal prosecutor who oversaw the review. USA Gymnastics now has the power to withhold membership from clubs that decline to report claims of abuse.Clubs are now “required to report child abuse or neglect, including sexual misconduct, to proper authorities, including the U.S. Center for SafeSport and law enforcement authorities.”The organization has taken some steps to provide more oversight and safety to its national team gymnasts.Team members who fly into Houston for training camps must be escorted to the camp with at least two other people to avoid any one-on-one interaction. Underage female gymnasts with male coaches who are picked to compete internationally must now travel with a credentialed female chaperone. One-on-one visits by medical staff are prohibited at cabins the athletes use during overnight stays at the national training center.center_img LATEST STORIES CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA MOST READ Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion Krizziah Tabora wins 53rd Bowling World Cup championships Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasalast_img read more

Streaking Petron, F2 Logisitcs renew rivalry

first_imgPussycat Dolls set for reunion tour after 10-year hiatus JPV finally plays on Marikina home pitch, hosts Global; Davao opens season bid vs Kaya Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH LATEST STORIES Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university PLAY LIST 01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC League heavyweights Foton, F2 Logistics and Petron see action Saturday in the Chooks-to-Go Philippine Superliga Grand Prix at Filoil Flying V Centre.The Cargo Movers and Blaze Spikers renew their rivalry in the 6 p.m. match—with last season’s finalists also parading the same imports they had during their Finals showdown.ADVERTISEMENT Families in US enclave in north Mexico hold sad Thanksgiving However, F2 Logistics won’t be having key players Dawn Macandili, Majoy Baron and Kim Kiana Dy, who are playing for La Salle in the ongoing UAAP.The Tornadoes (1-1), who are also bucking the absence of UAAP star Jaja Santiago, test the mettle of the Cocolife Asset Managers (2-2) at 4 p.m.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutCocolife has won its last two games. Google honors food scientist, banana ketchup inventor and war hero Maria Orosa MOST READ Typhoon ‘Tisoy’ threatens Games LOOK: Iya Villania meets ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ cast in Mexico Read Next John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more

Photo: Chad Kelly Is Practicing At Ole Miss Facility

first_imgChad Kelly practices at Ole Miss.While there hasn’t been any kind of official update from Ole Miss regarding quarterback Chad Kelly’s status with the team, Rebels fans were given a decent clue Tuesday night. Kelly, who ran into a bit of legal trouble up in Buffalo, New York, back in December, took to Instagram to post a photo of himself practicing inside the school’s Manning Center with two teammates – Tony Bridges and Derrick Jones.Assuming Kelly’s status on the team remains unchanged, he’s expected to compete for a starting job in 2015. He began his career with Clemson back in 2012 before transferring to East Mississippi Community College this past season.last_img read more