Saturday Wrap: Cook and Warner maintain double vision; Hartsfield leads Odyssey

first_img Add to Google+ Print This Post Saturday Wrap: Cook and Warner maintain double vision; Hartsfield leads Odyssey Subscribe by Email Follow on Facebook This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. By Paul Gotham on January 26, 2019No Comment center_img Saturday Wrap: Cook and Warner maintain double vision; Hartsfield leads Odyssey added by Paul Gotham on January 26, 2019View all posts by Paul Gotham →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentBig Data Courses | Search AdOnline Big Data Courses Might Be Better than You ThinkBig Data Courses | Search AdCosmoWomensTop 30 Most Beautiful Women in the WorldCosmoWomensLovely&HealthyTop 10 Most Dangerous Cruises In The World Lovely&Healthyby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksMore from Pickin’ SplintersBaron keeps Bonaventure close to his heart – Pickin’ SplintersTah-Jae Hill, Zion Morrison and the Starting Five – Pickin’ Splinters”If you had a Mount Rushmore of MCC baseball, he’s on there.” Longtime assistant Jack Christensen passes away – Pickin’ Splinters WELLSVILLE (11-5) 59GREECE ODYSSEY (12-2) 73Jaden Hartsfield scored 21 points and led three in double figures for Odyssey (No. 19 NYSSWA Class B) which won back-to-back games and seven of the last eight. Travon Harper added 12 points, and Ray Colbert had 10. Max Jusianic paced Wellsville (No. 25 NYSSWA Class B) with 20 points.  Joe Tronetti had 11 for the Lions which had won four straight and five of six coming into the contest.McQUAID (10-3) 68EAST (14-1) 65Trailing 54-53 with 6:08 remaining in the game, McQuaid (No. 14 NYSSWA Class AA) went on an 11-0 run to take a 64-54 edge with two minutes left. Connor Zamiara made two baskets in traffic, including the go-ahead layup for a 55-54 lead the Knights did not relinquish. READ MORE.PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND (8-7) 53PITTSFORD MENDON (12-0) 68Dan Cook posted his 11th double-double (12 points/15 rebounds) and led three in double figures for Mendon (No. 3 NYSSWA Class A. Jacob Shadders added 13 points and seven assists for the Vikings. Mike Harrington had 21 points and eight rebounds. Sutherland’s John Luther connected six times from 3-point land and led the Knights with 18 points. Kevin Ryan had 10 points.IRONDEQUOIT (10-3) 40EASTRIDGE (8-7) 52Deadlocked at 21 coming out of halftime, Jaden Keech took a Tony Arnold pass and drilled a 3-pointer on the first possession of the second half to give Eastridge a lead it did not surrender. READ MORE.EAST AURORA (VI) 54NORTH STAR CHRISTIAN (16-0) 79Miles Brown led three in double figures for Northstar (No. 8 NYSSWA Class A) with 35 points. Section V’s all-time leading scorer connected six times from 3-point land. Ryan Garwood added 12 points, and Sean Smith had 11. Brown has scored 2,750 career points.VICTOR (4-10) 60EAST ROCHESTER (10-5) 54ST. JOE’S (VI) 53AQIUINAS (5-8) 54 OTTyler Warner recorded his ninth double-double of the season with 20 points and 13 rebounds to go with four blocks as Aquinas won its fourth game in the last five. Luke Putnam added 11 points for the Li’l Irish.YORK (12-4) 73PRATTSBURGH (15-1) 62Riley Stella scored 18 points while David Cuozzo and Josh Davis scored 14 apiece to lead York over Prattsburgh (No. 1 NYSSWA Class D. Matt McFarland added nine points, and Lucas Maggio had eight. Mason Putnam converted 15 of 16 free throws to lead Prattsburgh with 39 points.“I’m really proud of the way we battled on the road today,” York head coach Ed Orman, Jr. said. “Our guys had great energy and focus. Putnam is a great player and we were far from perfect but that is a huge momentum builder for us hopefully!”York took a 39-27 lead into halftime.C.G. FINNEY (13-2) 72NOTRE DAME-BATAVIA (7-9) 64 Share on Facebook Connect on Linked in Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.last_img read more

‘Philosophy School of Phish’ Professor Starts Kickstarter To Produce Film

first_imgLast month, we reported that Oregon State University was offering a course entitled Philosophy School of Phish, based around the jam band’s summer tour. Now it seems the professor wants to document the whole experience in a film. To do so, however, she launched a Kickstarter to raise $25,000 towards the goal.You can watch the short video by Dr. Stephanie Jenkins has made regarding the project: Here’s a short note that she wrote as well, justifying the roots of Phish music within philosophical framework:“I’m a phan and philosopher. My greatest teachers have been Foucault, Nietzsche, Heidegger, and Phish. Your music and their texts make up the sound track of my life. In his dialogue, Theaetetus, Plato recounts Socrates’ statement that philosophy begins with “wonder.” In my experience, wonder begins at a Phish concert, dancing. Thank you for saving my life and being my muses. For these things, I will never be able to repay you, but I hope to share with others some of the joy you bring me. For my students, this means they get lectures about “Crowd Control,” “Slave to the Traffic Light,” and “Maze.” These are two books that you have taught me much about. I hear your music in them when I read. In the lights and crowd of a live concert, your music brings me concepts. Thank you for all that you do and for bearing your heart on stage.” Supporters of the film are eligible to earn a t-shirt, an eBook of the class material, the DVD of the film, a personalized essay on any Phish-philosophical subject matter, tickets to the film’s premiere, a manifesto written about your personal love of Phish, and even dinner with the professor. Jenkins explains that the money will mainly be used for production, as well as obtaining the rights to use the band within the documentary.Here’s a description of the class, for those curious:last_img read more

David Krohn Named President and COO of Engineered Machined Products

first_imgEngineered Machined Products, Inc. (EMP) has appointed David Krohn to serve as president and COO of the company. Previously, this role was held by Brian Larche, founder and principal owner of EMP. Larche will continue to serve as chairman and CEO of the company. AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement EMP is a leading developer and producer of engine thermal and oil management systems. Headquartered in Escanaba, Mich., EMP operates manufacturing and assembly centers in Michigan and Indiana, and an R&D technology center for development and testing of conventional and revolutionary proprietary products. Krohn began his career in 1972 with 3M Co.’s executive development program in St. Paul, Minn., where he gained experience in finance, manufacturing and supply chain management. He served in various senior management roles from 1975 to 1990 with J.P. Industries, Clevite Industries, Inc. and Gould Inc. From 1990 to 1998, Krohn worked for T&N Plc. and served as president and CEO of AE Goetze, Inc., an OEM and aftermarket engine parts supplier. With the acquisition of T&N by Federal-Mogul, Krohn was appointed senior vice president of the $2.5 billion brake, chassis, ignition and fuel divisions and the Asia/Pacific region. Krohn then joined Tower Automotive as executive vice president for the $2.2 billion U.S. and Canadian business. Krohn recently has been working with leading private equity companies on M&A and providing industrial management services. For more information about EMP, go to: www.emp-corp.com. _______________________________________ Click here to view the rest of today’s headlines.last_img read more