Related Topics Don D, Matt M, Ashley, AlexTerone(2) Woodridge vs (3) Cleveland Central CatholicAshleyDon D, Matt M, Terone, AlexAshtabula District(1) Lake Catholic vs (4) Hawken Don D, Matt M, Ashley, Terone, Alex(2) Edgewood vs (3) Jefferson AreaDon D, Matt M, Ashley, Terone, AlexCanton District(1) St. Vincent-St. Mary vs (3) AllianceDon D, Matt M, Ashley, Terone, Alex(2) Buchtel vs (5) KenmoreDon D, Matt M, AlexAshley, TeroneNorth Ridgeville District(1) Holy Name vs (5) PaduaDon D, Matt M, Ashley, TeroneAlex(2) Bay vs (3) BuckeyeDon D, Matt M, Terone, AlexAshleyDivision IIIGarfield Heights District(1) Villa Angela-St. Joseph vs (4) BeachwoodDon D, Matt M, Ashley, Terone, Alex(3) Gilmour Academy vs (7) Warrensville HeightsDon D, Matt M, Ashley, Terone, AlexWe’ll update our records on Friday and give our predictions for the District Finals! Tweet us @NEOSportsInside if you disagree with our picks! NEO HS Staff Boys basketball district semifinals kicked off Monday night with a barn-burner between VASJ and Beachwood.More games tip off Tuesday and the rest of the week will be action-packed with hardwood showdowns in every corner of the state.Here are staff predictions for all the games involving Northeast Ohio schools from five of our high school basketball writers: Don DiFrancesco, Matt Medley, Ashley Bastock, Terone Burkes, and Alex Toma.All picks were submitted before Monday’s VASJ-Beachwood game.Division IStrongsville District(1) St. Ignatius vs (3) BrecksvilleDon D, Matt M, Ashley, Terone, Alex(2) St. Edward vs (8) NormandyDon D, Matt M, Ashley, Terone, AlexCanton District(1) Massillon Jackson vs (4) CopleyDon D, Matt M, Ashley, TeroneAlex(2) North Canton Hoover vs. (5) Massillon WashingtonDon D, Matt M, Ashley, Terone, AlexCopley District(1) Hoban vs (3) BrunswickDon D, Matt M, Terone, AlexAshley(2) Medina vs (4) Stow-Monroe FallsDon D, Matt M, Ashley, Terone, AlexElyria District(2) Elyria vs (3) Olmsted FallsDon D, Matt M, Ashley, AlexTerone(1) Lorain vs (4) AvonDon D, Matt M, Ashley, Terone, AlexEuclid District(1) Solon vs (3) Cleveland HeightsTerone, AlexDon D, Matt M, Ashley(2) Mentor vs (6) GlenvilleDon D, Matt M, Ashley, TeroneAlexSolon District(1) Garfield Heights vs (4) KenstonDon D, Matt M, Ashley, Terone, Alex(2) Maple Heights vs (3) Shaker HeightsDon D, Matt M, Ashley, Terone, AlexDivision IIStow District(1) Benedictine vs (9) Revere
The seventh place showing is the highest ranking this late in the season for the department. UWF was third after the fall scoring season in 2013-14 before finishing with a school-record ninth place effort that year. UWF scored 100 points upon winning the fourth men’s tennis title in program history. The women’s tennis team accumulated 50 points following its regional final appearance. The Argos totaled 156 points in the fall and 146.50 in the winter segments. UWF made the biggest jump of any school from the final winter rankings to the first spring report, moving 10 spots from 17th with 452.50 total points. The Argonauts are the highest ranked school out of the Gulf South Conference and the South Region. The next ranking will be on June 1 and will include the sports of men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s lacrosse, softball, women’s rowing and men’s and women’s track & field. The final ranking will be following the completion of the baseball championship on June 8.The Learfield Directors’ Cup was developed as a joint effort between the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and USA Today. CURRENT STANDINGS (pdf)PENSACOLA, Fla. – Bolstered by deep championship runs in men’s and women’s tennis, including a national title from the men, the University of West Florida rose to seventh place in the latest Learfield Directors’ Cup Division II standings, which was released on Thursday morning. Complete standings and the scoring structure can be found on NACDA’s website at www.directorscup.org. In addition, please visit www.thedirectorscup.com, like us on Facebook at facebook.com/ldirectorscup or follow us on Twitter @ldirectorscup. Grand Valley State leads the standings with 801.50 points. Print Friendly Version
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DETROIT – So you lose to Juan Pablo Montoya in a hair-raising finish in the Indianapolis 500.There’s no shame in that.Will Power drove probably the best and most focused oval race of his life to take second to his Team Penske pal Montoya on Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.And whatever he might say, Power — and no other race driver, for that matter — is a fan of running 230 mph with concrete walls an inch or so away — OK, there are SAFER barriers in the turns — at Indy or Fontana or any place on earth.But Power, a terrific road and street course driver, has learned to suck it up and do his job, and very nicely.“It was an intense battle,” said Power, who was on pole for the 500, after the race. “I kind of forgot where I was at the end. I was so immersed in the race itself; just a great day for the team to finish 1-2.”On Wednesday, Power was in downtown Detroit, taking part in the Verizon IndyCar Series Street Fest.He was still a little bummed at not winning the 500, but not down.Power is a soldier, and he is ready to battle it out at Belle Isle this weekend in the “Chevy Dual in Detroit.”“I thought we had a top-five car (at Indy),” said Power, 34. “I really didn’t think we had a car to win. In the middle, I did what I could to hang on, got myself in clean air and found myself in a position for a win.”While Montoya raced from the rear to the front, Power, who started on pole, didn’t have the same opportunity to adjust his car in traffic.Doyel: Will Power knows he should have won Indy 500In the end, “I was just trying to keep if off the wall,” admitted Power, whose No. 1 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet was pushing badly, he said.Power arrived from Australia in 2006 to race in the Champ Car World Series. He was a rocket ship on street and road courses but had never run intermediate or high-speed ovals like Indianapolis.He hooked on with Penske in a merged Indy Racing League for 2010 and showed few were better turning left and right.But after a huge wreck with Englishman Mike Conway during the 80th lap at Indy in 2012 following the tragic 15-car crash at Las Vegas in 2011 that claimed the life of Dan Wheldon and injured Power, it was no wonder he was noticeably uncomfortable on ovals.Of course, Power, the defending Verizon IndyCar Series champion, has had his moments on road courses, too.He was seriously hurt in a wreck in 2009 at Sonoma, suffering two fractured vertebrae in his back and missing the remainder of the season.How did he feel this year at Indy?“Definitely more comfortable,” Power said. “I feel I’m competitive anywhere I go now, and that’s a good feeling. You just keep rolling and rolling.”This weekend, he will return to street-course racing at Belle Isle in the 2015 Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix, where he’ll team with Montoya, Helio Castroneves and Simon Pagenaud.Last year at Belle Isle, Power finished first in the first dual and third in the second dual on the 2.3-mile track.He’ll start as favorite this weekend, though he would never sell his opposition short.“I struggled in qualifying at Belle Isle last year, but I love the track,” said Power. “It’s tough. I just have to keep my head in the game and hopefully we win.” Follow Detroit Free Press reporter Mike Brudenell on Twitter: @mikebrudenell. Session ID: 2020-09-18:25fb3bd557ab2e2b2cab4a00 Player ID: videojs-brightcove-player-774783-4262653726001 OK Close Modal DialogCaption Settings DialogBeginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsDefaultsDoneClose Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix duals • When: Friday-Sunday. Dual1, 3:30 p.m. Saturday; Dual2, 3:30 Sunday.• Where: Belle Isle Park road course, Detroit.• TV: Saturday — Chevrolet Sports Car Classic, noon (Fox Sports 2); Dual 1, 3:30 (ABC); Sports Car Classic, 2 p.m (delayed, Fox Sports 1). 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South Carolina Gamecocks receiver Pharoh Cooper (11) runs for a first down.University of South Carolina junior Pharoh Cooper earned first-team honors as an all-purpose returner and second-team honors at wide receiver in the media’s preseason All-SEC balloting released Friday.Cooper also made second team as a return specialist.Brandon Shell made the third-team at offensive line., while Elliott Fry made the second team as placekicker.No South Carolina defensive players made the first, second or third teams.2015 PRE-SEASON MEDIA DAYS ALL-SEC TEAM(Total points earned in parenthesis)OFFENSEFirst-TeamQB Dak Prescott, Mississippi State (170)RB Nick Chubb, Georgia (189)RB Leonard Fournette, LSU (180)WR Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss (169)WR D’haquille Williams, Auburn (154)TE Evan Engram, Ole Miss (128)OL Cam Robinson, Alabama (167)OL Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss (159)OL Vadal Alexander, LSU (131)OL John Theus, Georgia (129)C Ryan Kelly, Alabama (144)Second-TeamQB Jeremy Johnson, Auburn (89)RB Derrick Henry, Alabama (151)RB Jonathan Williams, Arkansas (82)WR Pharoh Cooper, South Carolina (147)WR De’Runnya Wilson, Mississippi State (59)TE Hunter Henry, Arkansas (97)OL Germain Ifedi, Texas A&M (124)OL Dan Skipper, Arkansas (95)OL Denver Kirkland, Arkansas (85)OL Greg Pyke, Georgia (83)C Mike Matthews, Texas A&M (108)Third-TeamQB Joshua Dobbs, Tennessee (62)RB Alex Collins, Arkansas (80)RB Kenyan Drake, Alabama (34)WR Malcolm Mitchell, Georgia (50)WR Josh Reynolds, Texas A&M (39)TE O.J. Howard, Alabama (87)OL Sebastian Tretola, Arkansas (72)OL Alex Kozan, Auburn (69)OL Avery Young, Auburn (57)OL Brandon Shell, South Carolina (50)C Evan Boehm, Missouri (81)DEFENSEFirst-TeamDL Robert Nkemdiche, Ole Miss (173)DL A’Shawn Robinson, Alabama (160)DL Myles Garrett, Texas A&M (155)DL Carl Lawson, Auburn (131)LB Reggie Ragland, Alabama (181)LB Jordan Jenkins, Georgia (121)LB Curt Maggitt, Tennessee (102)DB Vernon Hargreaves, Florida (186)DB Cyrus Jones, Alabama (126)DB Jonathan Jones, Auburn (122)DB Jalen Mills, LSU (118)Second-TeamDL Jonathan Bullard, Florida (115)DL Derek Barnett, Tennessee (105)DL Jonathan Allen, Alabama (99)DL Chris Jones, Mississippi State (93)LB Kendell Beckwith, LSU (93)LB Leonard Floyd, Georgia (92)LB Cassanova McKinzy, Auburn (80)DB Tony Conner, Ole Miss (117)DB Cameron Sutton, Tennessee (115)DB Will Redmond, Mississippi State (79)DB Tre’Davious White, LSU (61)Third-TeamDL Montravius Adams, Auburn (90)DL Jarran Reed, Alabama (60)DL Davon Godchaux, LSU (40)DL Marquis Haynes, Ole Miss (34)LB Kris Frost, Auburn (77)LB Antonio Morrison, Florida (66)LB Kentrell Brothers, Missouri (61)DB A.J. Stamps, Kentucky (59)DB Eddie Jackson, Alabama (58)DB Jamal Adams, LSU (56)DB Johnathan Ford, Auburn (52)SPECIALISTSFirst-TeamP JK Scott, Alabama (161)PK Marshall Morgan, Georgia (100)RS Speedy Noil, Texas A&M (117)AP Pharoh Cooper, South Carolina (112)Second-TeamP Drew Kaser, Texas A&M (92)PK Elliott Fry, South Carolina (87)RS Pharoh Cooper, South Carolina (75)AP Leonard Fournette, LSU (85)Third-TeamP Jamie Keehn, LSU (52)PK Austin MacGinnis, Kentucky (59)RS Leonard Fournette, LSU (66)AP Speedy Noil, Texas A&M (84)
Other Sports Jitender Kumar Wins Trials For Asian Championship, Sushil Kumar’s Tokyo Hopes Hang By A Thread
New Delhi: Much-improved Jitender Kumar on Friday prevailed in an intense 74kg trial bout to qualify for the season-opener in Italy and the Asian Championship in New Delhi but now needs to win a medal to shut out celebrated Sushil Kumar’s shot at the Olympic qualification. World Championship stars Deepak Punia (86kg) and Ravi Dahiya (57kg) did not have to break much sweat as they were given direct entries in the final which they won easily. Sumit Malik (125kg) and Satyawart Kadian (97kg) also locked their places with smart victories over their opponents. Competing in the most competitive category of the day, Jitender prevailed 5-2 in the final against Amit Dhankar.The Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) had earlier announced that winner of the Friday’s trials will compete at the Ranking series event in Italy (January 15-18), Asian Championships in New Delhi (February 18-23) and the Asian Olympic qualifiers in Xian (March 27-29) but its President Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh said they can hold fresh trials ahead of the Xian event. It means that if Jitender has to earn a shot at the Tokyo Olympic qualification, he will have to impress the WFI with medal-winning performances in Rome and New Delhi.”If we find that performances of our wrestlers is not satisfying at the first two events, we can have fresh trials to select wrestlers for the Asian Olympic qualifier. We want to send our best wrestler, so that India can have maximum number of quotas for Olympics,” Sharan told PTI. Sushil Kumar, India’s most decorated wrestler with two Olympic medals did not compete in Friday’s trials, citing an injury.Also Read | Men’s Wrestling Freestyle Trials To Go Ahead Despite Sushil Kumar’s Postponment PleaSushil had beaten Jitender in a bitterly-fought trials bout for the World Championships in September 2019. “If we are happy with performance of our wrestlers in Olympic categories, where we have not got the quota, we will not have trials. As for Sushil, no one will be allowed to go for Olympic qualifiers, without having to compete in trials,” he added. For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
68 Page 1 of 2 Posted June 20, 2006 Share on other sites Kilomile rcb05 0 180 posts new texas tech football jersey By dfffd61, June 19, 2006 in Sports Logo News 14,053 posts Link to post Share this post Share this post Share on other sites 0 Link to post 0 Location:Buffalo, NY 73 Members Higher quality images: 32 posts nugent4president http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/dfffd61/album?.dir=/1d2cscdThese were shown on the website www.redraideroufitter.com and are supposed to be the new Texas Tech football jersey. Members Share this post 6,320 posts 0 Location:Seattle Members YMCA All-Star Link to post Share this post 0 2,008 posts In all kinds of weather 0 Next rock55choc 4 Odd to see the black and the red, but see no white.Nice jerseys i guess. Nothing special. Kinda of a goofy font on the numbers. Sports Logo News Members 4 0 Last year, Tech wore all red at home with the introduction of red pants. Tech RedAlso, could be just me, but Texas Tech across the front in the same font as most Under Armor products doesn’t mean upgrade. 0 0 The font makes me think of XFL. Link to post Location:Minnesota State University, Mankato Posted June 20, 2006 Page 1 of 2 Share on other sites Share on other sites rock55choc Share this post Odd to see the black and the red, but see no white.Nice jerseys i guess. Nothing special. Kinda of a goofy font on the numbers. The font is the same as the one that Tech uses in the endzones. 888 0 67 Link to post Members Prev 1,844 Members Share this post 450 Posted June 19, 2006 Share on other sites 13,833 450 Posted June 20, 2006 Posted June 20, 2006 Link to post 0 2,171 Members Posted June 19, 2006 Members Link to post 1,024 posts 0 14,123 posts Kilomile therebelas 0 Share on other sites 0 0 Link to post Share on other sites 67 Share on other sites Posted June 19, 2006 Volunteer Fan 1,844 0 Modest changes. Nothing drastic. I approve. Am I the only one who has thought that since they ARE the RED Raiders, shouldnt they not wear all black uniforms ?? 2 Members All Activity 2,171 Link to post nugent4president Since about 2 or 3 seasons ago when they designed the current Maryland uniforms. Posted June 19, 2006 Share this post Buc whitedawg22 225 posts Location:Washington, The State 172 posts 13,833 Share this post Share this post 2,171 Lil who? 0 Members 0 Share on other sites Posted June 20, 2006 73 DG_ThenNowForever 13,833 32 posts Members Share this post 0 4 Location:Vancleave, MS Members 0 I think they look much better than the Times New Roman jerseys they used to wear. I always thought that Texas Tech and West Virginia were the worst looking teams in the major conference. Now, only WVU has that honor. Share on other sites This topic is now closed to further replies. Operator, number, please; it’s been so many years I am 99.9% sure UA will be doing Ole Miss’ uniforms next season and the road jerseys will look like they did before Nike took over in 2000 — red numbers and UCLA stripes. And after talking to a couple of people who would know, I’m 99.9% sure you’re wrong and the team will wear the same Nike uniforms they have sported for several years. IF they are going away from Nike, there’s going to an awful lot of surplus 2006-07 edition Nike apparell in the Ole Miss equipment room. therebelas Share this post 0 Has any other team had that same kind of striping on their uniforms? They look like the Anti-Bronco stripe (fat at the top and skinny at the bottom) Members 0 Since when has UnderArmor made uniforms? Share this post Posted June 19, 2006 58 posts 1,962 posts paynomind SportsLogos.Net paynomind new texas tech football jersey 33,394 posts Share on other sites 0 Share this post Toledo wears the old Wazzu unis from a couple years ago. I think it is funny that UnderArmour is taking over Nike schools. I haven’t seen other branded schools (Schools that actually don’t pay for their stuff) go to Under Armour. I would have liked to have seen Tech get the San Francisco Demons treatment. Those were some tight unis IMO. I am sorta surprised no one has tried the off color stitching ala the LV Outlaws. And as if UnderArmour hasn’t made their prescence known in the college football board already…the next time the Auburn Tigers take the field the WHOLE WORLD WILL KNOW.(Take a good peek at the thread titled “LOGO CREEP!” in this forum to see what I mean…) Posted June 19, 2006 Location:Michigan SportsLogos.Net Link to post Share this post Location:East of the Triad, West of the Triangle, NC Posted June 19, 2006 0 See Red 0 lilgump 0 0 Am I the only one who has thought that since they ARE the RED Raiders, shouldnt they not wear all black uniforms ??Not to mention that it can’t be a good idea to play football while wearing all-black uniforms out in the heat of west Texas. See Red Posted June 19, 2006 Share this post Share on other sites 450 Share this post 0 DG_ThenNowForever Prev 888 0 Buc Members 0 0 Recommended Posts Was I supposed to stay uncool, please remind me I am 99.9% sure UA will be doing Ole Miss’ uniforms next season and the road jerseys will look like they did before Nike took over in 2000 — red numbers and UCLA stripes. 0 117 Link to post All Activity lilgump Share on other sites Also, could be just me, but Texas Tech across the front in the same font as most Under Armor products doesn’t mean upgrade. Actually that font is one Texas Tech has used in their endzones for several years prior to switching to Under Armor. 117 0 Members 67 0 Link to post 0 walkerws doafhat Link to post 0 Posted June 19, 2006 Members Sports Logo News Ive seen some other teams with that type of shoulder stripe, bowling green right? But I think those had another stripe going over the shoulders also, did they?Found a pic, guess it stays think, doesnt really shrink down like these Tech ones. Toledo has kinda the same stripe, but one one over their shoulders as well. Share this post dfffd61 0 Link to post Location:Massillon, OH 0 Share on other sites 0 0 1,844 BRice16 Members Next Share on other sites therebelas 10,452 posts doafhat Members The numbers look much better than the current one. 73 117 Posted June 19, 2006 Posted June 20, 2006 339 posts 888 2 Share on other sites We’ll get turned around soon. 68 Favourite Logos:Florida State’s monograms and arrowhead | Late 90s/early 2000s Washington Capitals’ eagle | Coastal Carolina’s Chanticleer | Oklahoma State Cowboys | Tennessee Titans’ Fireball of Prometheus 0 Sports Logos pittfan11 Members whitedawg22 pittfan11 0 0 0 Share on other sites 4,227 posts walkerws dfffd61 Link to post dfffd61 Location:Tampa, FL Followers 0 685 posts 339 posts Posted June 20, 2006 Share on other sites 0 Share this post Link to post therebelas Posted June 20, 2006 0 Members 0 Share this post Toledo wears the old Wazzu unis from a couple years ago. I think it is funny that UnderArmour is taking over Nike schools. I haven’t seen other branded schools (Schools that actually don’t pay for their stuff) go to Under Armour. I would have liked to have seen Tech get the San Francisco Demons treatment. Those were some tight unis IMO. I am sorta surprised no one has tried the off color stitching ala the LV Outlaws. 225 posts Location:Somewhere on I-90 most likely I am 99.9% sure UA will be doing Ole Miss’ uniforms next season and the road jerseys will look like they did before Nike took over in 2000 — red numbers and UCLA stripes. And after talking to a couple of people who would know, I’m 99.9% sure you’re wrong and the team will wear the same Nike uniforms they have sported for several years. IF they are going away from Nike, there’s going to an awful lot of surplus 2006-07 edition Nike apparell in the Ole Miss equipment room. Deal must have fallen through then.Another year of Nike road uniform garbage then, I take it. 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Vincent Janssen hasn’t played a game of football this season, having had a foot operation in the summer. The Dutchman had several injury layoffs whilst on loan in Turkey during the last campaign, including a mystery toe issue which was of great interest to the Turkish media.There’s no clarity about a return date and the former AZ Alkmaar player will only have a year left on his Spurs contract in the summer.He’s not been one of the club’s better buys.Germany’s Bild report he’s one of the options for Schalke in the January transfer window. The German club are intending to follow the ‘Dortmund model’ to recruit upfront. That means trying to copy what BVB did when loaning Paco Alcacer from Barcelona.Given that loan is one of the most successful in Europe in recent years, Schalke are asking a lot.Bild say Tottenham paid a ‘whopping’ €22m for the player and now he’s just a ‘luxury reserve’, so the consideration would be to loan him.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameBuild a Beautiful City and Play With Your FriendsForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉（今晚試試）Keto减肥UndoCNBC InternationalHere’s How Big Businesses in Singapore Are Managing the Impact of COVID-19.CNBC InternationalUndoPerfect-Dating.comReveal Tung Chung As The Best City to Date for Love & RomancePerfect-Dating.comUndoDating.comThe Most Handsome Guys In Hong Kong On This Dating SiteDating.comUndoCoworking Space | Search AdsThe cost of shared office in Hong Kong might surprise youCoworking Space | Search AdsUndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndo熱門話題小心會長過頭…網友推爆:「真的長得超誇張!」熱門話題Undo
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Heritage TNT’s Rose Kelly celebrates carnival’s true soul through a child’s eyesOne only needs to watch a child flap her neon feathery wings – head held high to the sky as she imagines flying – to see why Miami Broward Junior Carnival brings a special joy in every carnival lover’s heart. The combination of classic character costuming and a child’s fancy makes this event a must-see on this year’s festival roster.It’s this combination that makes three-time Band of the Year Jr. winner, Rose Kelly of Heritage TNT, come back again and again to participate in the event.“When I first came to the country 12 years ago, I realized the event was more like a miniature adult carnival,” remembers the Trinidadian native. “That’s not what we wanted to teach our kids, particularly those who don’t know what it means to be Caribbean. Beads and feathers don’t’ say anything. Instead I wanted to teach my kids about the tradition of carnival, about being creative, about becoming whatever you portray.”And Rose has taken performance to the next level with this year’s theme, “The Colors of Karma.” With each section divided into four themes – love, peace, joy and hope – Rose hopes to instill in her young players how to perform positivity in their daily lives.“I believe the total effect of one’s conduct determine one’s destiny in life,” says Rose. “So this year we want to inspire kids to keep positive in whatever they do. If they know love and peace, that is what will follow them into the future.”And Rose has found that’s she’s not the only grown-up that enjoys this back to basics, traditional carnival filled with memorable characters and designs.“For some of the parents, this is their carnival. They’re all dancing along in the band,” laughs Rose. “And it’s the kids telling them, ‘no mummy, no daddy, you don’t need to hold my hand.’ Telling their parents to watch from the sidelines so they can perform with their friends.”As for this year, is Rose gunning again for a quadruple crown? She confesses another win “would be nice,” but she will be more than happy to “see all the bands.”“We are not in it for the competition,” says Rose. “To me we’re all family. It’s all about the kids’ future. Kids are the future of carnival. There’ll be nothing to celebrate if they don’t carry it on.”The Miami Broward Junior Carnival is set for October 4th, at the Broward Regional Park in Lauderhill, from 11 am to 8 pm, with the main parade starting at 2 pm. In addition to the main carnival showcase, there will be family-friendly fun and entertainment, with a Kids Fun Zone featuring face painting and more. There will also be live entertainment by Lauderhill Encore Performing Arts Troupe and the Juggernaut Band.
Australian Grand Prix AXED over coronavirus pandemic after F1 champ Lewis Hamilton blasts race chiefs
Football player touch female referee s breast! Real or Fake? Shark Attacks Helicopter Omg this is awesome 🙂 THE Australian Grand Prix has reportedly been cancelled due to coronavirus concerns.Lewis Hamilton had openly slammed the Formula 1 chiefs’ decision to go ahead with the race despite the outbreak of the deadly bug.Formula 1 veteran Lewis Hamilton called for the race to be postponedCredit: AP:Associated Press⚠️ Read our Coronavirus in Sport live blog for the latest news, updates and cancellationsBut two senior F1 sources have now told the BBC that this weekend’s season-opening event has been postponed.There has not been an official announcement yet from Formula 1 or governing body the FIA, but it is expected.McLaren left the race in doubt when they pulled out of the Australian GP after a member of staff tested positive for coronavirus.A statement from McLaren claimed the team had “prepared for this eventuality” but would not take part in the Melbourne event.The employee was put in quarantine after they showed symptoms of the killer virus, along with four Haas team members. But tests conducted on the Haas staff came back negative.Hamilton said “cash is king” as he questioned why the Formula 1 bosses wanted the race to go ahead.The six-time world champion, 35, said: “Cash is King. I don’t know why we are here.Six-time world champion Lewis Hamilton told fans to ‘stay safe’Credit: Getty Images – Getty“I don’t feel like I should shy away from my opinion. The fact is we are here and I just urge everyone to be as careful as you can be in terms of touching doors and surfaces.“For the fans, I hope they take precautions, too. As I was walking through the paddock and seeing everything going ahead as normal as if it is a normal day. But I don’t think it really is.“I hope the fans stay safe and we go through this weekend and we don’t see any fatalities or things come out in the future.” Source: Motorsport – thesun.co.uk 10 Best Travel Destinations in Taiwan Amazing movies best funny animals Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 8 MOST DANGEROUS RAINS of All Time | TOP 10 INTERESTING 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures!