Tags: Gunnison Bulldogs/North Summit Braves/Parker Brown/Parx Bartholomew/Quinton Jones December 19, 2018 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 12/19 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBoys BasketballRegion 14PRICE, Utah-Derek Hillam’s 32 points and 10 rebounds led the way but it wasn’t enough as Delta overpowered Carbon 77-61 Wednesday in Region 14 boys basketball action.SPANISH FORK, Utah-Norman Rentschler posted 18 points but Juab routed American Leadership 70-51 in Region 14 boys basketball action Wednesday.Region 18BEAVER, Utah-Ky Brown netted 12 points and 6 rebounds as Beaver outlasted Millard 41-37 Wednesday in Region 18 boys basketball action. Hayes Monroe had 15 points in the loss for the Eagles.ENTERPRISE, Utah-Burke Mickelsen amassed 17 points and the North Sevier Wolves outlasted the Enterprise Wolves 49-46 in Region 18 boys basketball action Wednesday. Ryan Holt led Enterprise with 14 points in the loss.KANAB, Utah-Porter Wood posted 24 points as the Parowan Rams bested Kanab 59-52 Wednesday in Region 18 boys basketball action. Derek Houston had 15 points in the loss for the Cowboys.Region 20PANGUITCH, Utah-Kanyon Lamb stepped up with 28 points and the Panguitch Bobcats downed Valley 47-41 in Region 20 boys basketball action Wednesday. Gavin Hoyt had 16 points in the loss for the Buffaloes.Non-RegionGUNNISON, Utah-North Summit blew a close game open with a 26-8 run in the 4th Quarter as the North Summit Braves downed Gunnison 67-53 in non-region boys basketball action Wednesday. Parker Brown posted 24 points and made all 10 of his free throws for the Braves, helping North Summit shoot 24 of 28 (85.7 percent) at the foul line. Quinton Jones added 21 points and 11 rebounds on 9 of 14 shooting for the Braves while Parx Bartholomew had 19 points in the loss for the Bulldogs. Gunnison stands at 5-3 on the season following this loss.BICKNELL, Utah-Kevin Park stepped up with 16 points and the Grand Red Devils got past Wayne 67-48 Wednesday in non-region boys basketball action. Traven Peterson had 10 points in the loss for the Badgers.LINDON, Utah-Scott Hatch led the way with 18 points and the North Sanpete Hawks tripped up Maeser Prep 59-46 in non-region boys basketball action Wednesday. Aaron Gustaveson had 11 points in the loss for the Lions.MILFORD, Utah-Quade Gleave netted 13 points and the Piute Thunderbirds overpowered Milford 55-26 Wednesday in non-region boys basketball action. Zach Sherwood had 11 points for the Tigers in defeat. Written by Brad James
Today, Soulive released their first collection of new music in six years with their long-awaited EP Cinematics, Vol. 1. The EP takes its name from its five tracks’ cinematic quality, and the band’s press release even offers some thoughts on the types of films that might be complemented each song (“Kings March”, for instance, could work with a vintage spy thriller).“A cinematic piece of music creates a mood. Film composers like Jerry Goldsmith, David Axelrod, Ennio Morricone and Melvin Van Peebles were all influential in the concept for ‘Cinematics,’” Krasno says. “The idea is to use soundscape and melodic interplay to enhance the feeling and sentiment of a visual and to amplify the emotion that it’s relating.”Recorded late last year at Alan Evans’ Iron Wax studio in Western Massachusetts, Cinematics, Vol. 1 is the first release of a planned series of “Cinematics” EPs. That means fans can expect plenty of new music from Soulive in the foreseeable future.“One of the advantages of putting out music in 2018 is that we can do it quickly and on our own schedule,” Krasno says. “We made this record top to bottom in two days and put it out about a month later, while it’s still fresh from being created.”“We didn’t have to talk about anything,” Alan says. “It all unfolded as we were working on it; one song influences the direction of the next, and soon you find yourself going down this path. We want this music to take people on a little journey.”Despite the forthcoming release, Soulive hasn’t announced any new tour dates. As of press time, the band is scheduled to perform at the Ardmore Music Hall outside of Philadelphia on March 2nd and 3rd before heading to London for a show at The Jazz Cafe on March 6th.Listen to the highly-anticipated Cinematics, Vol. 1 below:
James (Jim) Arthur Wagner, 78, of Hartsville, passed away Tuesday, May 8, at his home.Visitation will be Friday, May 11, at Neal’s Funeral Home in Osgood, Indiana, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., with Funeral Services being held at 2:00 pm., also at the funeral home. Burial will follow at Saint Maurice Catholic Cemetery in Napoleon, Indiana.Jim was born March 5, 1940, in Osgood, Indiana, the son of the late Arthur and Leona Wagner. He was a graduate of Holton High School’s class of 1958.Jim married Nancy Sue Michael on July 2, 1965, and for nearly 53 years, they lived with love, kindness, patience, and a sense of humor while raising two children, Michael and Christy.Jim spent the bulk of his career at Cummins, retiring after 38 years as a journeyman machine builder at Sytech, an experimental group that worked on advanced machine building. During his retirement, he also worked at True Value and Ace Hardware in Columbus.Jim most often could be found outside. He took pride in keeping his yard mowed and his garden free of weeds, and he could spend hours in his workshop, building or repairing just about anything. He played softball for more than 15 years on 40-, 50-, and 60-and-over leagues in both Columbus and Shelbyville. While his son Mike was a Boy Scout, Jim was active in his troop, going on camping trips and helping with troop activities. He also was a Master Mason and a member of Masonic Lodge #150 of Hope, Indiana. Jim enjoyed traveling, packing the car in his own particular way and taking his family on vacations to nearly every contiguous state. He watched NASCAR and rooted for Tony Stewart and later Martin Truex Jr. At restaurants, he often would pick up the check for random tables as an anonymous act of kindness. He never hesitated to help a friend or neighbor.Jim was a loving husband and father and took the time to share what he knew with his children. Among very many other things, he taught them the purpose of tools and how to use them, how to work with electricity, how to check and change the oil in their cars, and how to safely and respectfully handle and shoot guns—often while shooting trap in the backyard with both kids. He taught them the value of self-reliance, of doing something right the first time, and of fixing things yourself. By example, he taught them what a strong and gentle man looked like, how to be kind and thoughtful and funny, and the importance of family. Jim didn’t ask for a lot, yet he gave freely of himself, his time, and his talents.Jim is survived by his wife Nancy; his son Michael Wagner of Evanston, Illinois, and daughter Christy Wagner and her husband Keith Graul of Fishers, Indiana; and his siblings Roger Wagner and his wife Peggy of Osgood, Indiana, Gene Wagner and his wife Joyce of Osgood, Indiana, Carole Franklin and her husband Duane of Holton, Indiana, and Ronald Joe Wagner and his wife Pearl of Westport, Indiana.Memorial contributions can be made to Our Hospice of South Central Indiana or the Bartholomew County Humane Society in care of Neal’s Funeral Home.
Montero will be available for selection for Saturday’s FA Cup fourth-round trip to Sky Bet Championship side Blackburn and midfielder L eon Britton is also in contention for that game after missing the Chelsea defeat with a groin strain. But captain Ashley Williams is set to to miss the trip to Ewood Park after sustaining a shoulder injury against the Premier League leaders. Press Association Swansea winger Wayne Routledge has been ruled out for four weeks with a calf strain. Routledge, who has featured in 19 of the club’s 22 Barclays Premier League fixtures this campaign and scored three times, came off after only 32 minutes of last weekend’s 5-0 home defeat to Chelsea. But there was better news for Swansea manager Garry Monk on Tuesday as Ecuador international Jefferson Montero returned to full training for the first time since sustaining a hamstring injury in the 1-0 victory against Aston Villa on Boxing Day.
Integrated downstream oil and gas company, Rainoil Limited, has pledged a $90,000 sponsorship to Sylvester Emmanuel, as part of its CSR efforts and in a bid to further support the sport in Nigeria.The deal which is in tripartite of$30,000 is renewable for three consecutive years under the management of Political Adviser, Embassy of Switzerland in Abuja to Nigeria, Chad and Niger, Pasacal Holliger.The sponsorship will see Emmanuel move to a Tennis Academy in Barcelona, Spain where he would be integrated in extensive coaching for his development in the sport and compete in different tournaments. In his remarks, Pascal appreciated the contribution of the company to the growth of Sylvester, noting that the sponsorship provided an opportunity for the prodigy’s full potential to blossom, and will make a difference in his life and dream of becoming one of the top 200 players in tennis ranking within the next three years.In a statement by Group Managing Director, Rainoil Limited, Gabriel Ogbechie , “I have watched him play and I am amazed at his talent at such a young age. It is our desire that Sylvester gets the right opportunity to achieve his potential. I have always dreamt of seeing a Nigerian compete at the highest levels on the international stage and Sylvester has a proven track record of dedication and the skill it takes to succeed, hence our resolve to use our resources to support him”. The tennis sensation won the Ikoyi Club Tennis Master tournament sponsored by the company in 2014.PREMIERSHIP RESULTS & FIXTURESSwansea 1 – 2 LiverpoolHull City 0 – 2 ChelseaSunderland 1 – 1 West BromWatford 2 – 2 AFC BournemouthMan United vs Stoke 12:00pmTottenham vs Man City 2:15pmLeicester vs Southampton 2:15pmBurnley vs Arsenal 4:3ppmShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram