May 12, 2021
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first_imgThese days, craft beer and bikes tend to go hand in hand, and Brevard is a mecca for both. The town of just under 7,500 is the east coast home of the bike-friendly, Colorado-based Oskar Blues Brewery—Motto: Drink Beer, Ride Bikes, Repeat. Brevard offers easy access to and Dupont State Recreation Area and Pisgah National Forest, home to over 100 miles of miles of singletrack for bikers, hikers, and trail runners, along with nearby Looking Glass Rock as a prime climbing destination.Waterfalls abound in this neck of the woods; Brevard and Transylvania County are known as the Land of Waterfalls. Also popular are trout fishing and tubing on the Davidson River, which flows just north of town. In addition to prime hiking trails and backpacking opportunities, Pisgah and Dupont offer entrance to hundreds of miles of world-class single track. As a result, Brevard has become a star on the national mountain biking scene.Cudas_IB_0814_2Vote now at blueridgeoutdoors.com!last_img read more

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first_imgRose HillClinches playoffs only if Rose Hill beats Mulvane by at least 20 points and Ulysses beats Wellington by at least 20 points. UlyssesClinches District with win over Wellington. WLPoints Class 4A District 7 Wellington115 Mulvane110 Rose Hill02-33 MulvaneClinches District with at least 17 point victory over Rose Hill and a Wellington victory over Ulysses provided both teams’ totals are lower than Mulvane’s. Clinches District with less than 7 point loss to Wellington. Scenario:  Clinches playoff berth provided it stays in front of Mulvane if it loses to Wellington by 12 or more points. by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Ok, after studying the various tie breaking scenarios, it appears that the Wellington football team can go to Ulysses this Friday and win and NOT make the playoffs…Or it could lose to Ulysses and still go to the playoffs. It is a wacky scenario based on tie breaking points in District 7 that includes Wellington, Ulysses, Mulvane and Rose Hill.Last Friday, when Mulvane went into victory formation late in the game against Wellington after securing an apparent 14-7 victory, Mulvane coach Dave Fennewald didn’t do his team any favors. It could come back to haunt the Wildcats because they failed to secure additional points.Remember, Wellington’s Connor Phelps late 9 yard touchdown late against Rose Hill two weeks ago? That gave Wellington seven points to work with because the Crusaders won by 13 instead of 6.Confused? We haven’t even started. Just remember this. District 7 will take a champion and a runner-up to battle District 8 teams in the first round of the Class 4A Division 1 playoffs. Despite Friday’s loss, Wellington still has a good chance of being one of those two teams. Here’s how:Wellington’s best hope is to beat Ulysses, obviously. But how much it beats the Tigers will determine its playoff fate. That’s because Mulvane will be playing for points against Rose Hill as well. If Mulvane wins and Wellington wins that will set up a three-way tie. Then points will determine the tiebreaker. The team with the most points (based on team’s margin of victory) will be crowned the district champion and the next highest point total will go into the playoffs as runner-up.The lowest point total team in the three-way race will no longer be playing football.Right now Ulysses is in the driver’s seat with 28 points and a 2-0 record. Wellington has 5 points at 1-1 while Mulvane is at 0 at 1-1. The Wildcats have more ground to make up than the other two. But it is also playing 0-2 Rose Hill, who is mathematically alive by the slimmest of margins.Wellington can also fall into a three-way tie with Mulvane and Rose Hill, if it loses and Rose Hill wins. The same point total scenario will determine the tiebreaker. Even if Wellington loses, if it can keep it close with Ulysses then it could slip into the playoffs.Here is the District 7 standings and the various playoff scenarios. We will have a quiz shortly. Ulysses2028 Clinches District with 12 point win over Ulysses and 16 point or less Mulvane win over Rose Hill. Clinches playoff berth with 11 point and under win over Ulysses and stays 4 points in front of Mulvane in win over Rose Hill.* Clinches playoff berth with loss to Rose Hill and Ulysses win over Wellington providing both totals of Rose Hill and Ulysses are less than Mulvane’s. Follow us on Twitter. WellingtonClinches District with win over Ulysses and Rose Hill win over Mulvane. Clinches playoff berth with less than 12 point loss to Wellington. Clinches playoff berth with win over Rose Hill and Ulysses win over Wellington. *This can get convoluted. Let’s say Wellington beats Ulysses by 5 points. But if Mulvane beats Rose Hill by 10 points it will overtake Wellington in point totals leaving the Crusaders out of the playoffs. Clinches playoff with loss to Ulysses and Rose Hill victory over Mulvane provided it stays 4 points in front of Mulvane AND not let Rose Hill overtake it in points. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (7) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. -2 Vote up Vote down Fan · 302 weeks ago I heard Dunn’s playing this week! Report Reply 1 reply · active 302 weeks ago +3 Vote up Vote down whsfan94 · 302 weeks ago You need to read how long it takes to recover from a ACL repair and then consult with Cue on the mathematics of that even being possible. Your comment made for a good laugh though! Report Reply +2 Vote up Vote down JP Buellesfeld · 302 weeks ago Tracy: You deserve an honorary degree in Mathematics from Harvard for this Kansas High school district play off explanation Report Reply 0 replies · active 302 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down Mitch McComb · 302 weeks ago Not to confuse you more but your points are wrong with a few of the teams. Ulysses is 2-0 with +20 Rose Hill is 0-2 with -25. Mulvane and Wellington are correct. Wellington needs to win by 8 points to secure a playoff spot. If they win by 9 they are District 7 Champs. Report Reply 0 replies · active 302 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Mitch McComb · 302 weeks ago You are correct if the point system changed from 13 to 21 which I don’t know if it did. Report Reply 0 replies · active 302 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down CueballSumnernewscow 94p · 302 weeks ago Yeah I meant to put that in the article. The points were expanded from 14 to 21 points a couple years ago. Report Reply 0 replies · active 302 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down Harlan Bissell · 302 weeks ago Good Morning Cue, I cant help but get a little excited for the Ulysses Game. The rivalry is alive and well in the Bissell family. You did an article about my wife Cindy and I several years ago. We are celebrating our 31st anniversary in November and 36 years of being together as a couple. I am pulling for the crusaders but Ian Rudzik from Ulysses is a beast. His dad Chance Rudzik is a personal friend of the family. He is best friends with my wife’s little brother. Good luck to the Dukes and I hope they give them a butt whoopin like we did in 1979. Report Reply 0 replies · active 302 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. 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first_imgA homeless man was arrested Thursday night after he attacked his homeless girlfriend with a hammer in a Burger King parking lot, Florida Keys deputies said.Monroe County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Adam Linhardt  said 59-year-old Mark Bucher beat his 57-year-old girlfriend with the hammer and then fled with the tool.Butcher was found a short time after walking north on U.S. Highway 1 with fresh dried blood on his arms, police said.Deputies found the hammer in some nearby bushes.Butcher’s girlfriend said they were celebrating their one-year anniversary when he became intoxicated and argumentative. She said Bucher threatened to kill her and repeatedly struck her with the hammer. She was taken to Lower Keys Medical Center, but her condition wasn’t immediately known.Linhardt said two witnesses corroborated the woman’s version of events.Butcher faces charges of aggravated battery, resisting arrest and tampering with evidence. He is being held without bond at the county jail.last_img read more

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first_imgThe county received eight bids for the project, with the highest at about $1.6 million. The county had estimated the project to cost $900,000 to $1 million.The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will reimburse the county 80 percent of the cost, or about $705,342, with the county and Atlantic Highlands splitting the remaining 20 percent, or about $88,168 each.The trail has remained open, but in what the Park System has described as a “primitive condition” of compacted soil. During the re-construction, that portion of the trail is to be closed.The Henry Hudson Trail runs for about 28 miles, using a combination of roads and unused railroad right-of-ways between Sandy Hook and Freehold. From Sandy Hook to Aberdeen, the trail also is known as the Bayshore Trail. By Joseph SapiaAN OCEAN COUNTY company has won a contract to restore an Atlantic Highlands section of the Henry Hudson Trail destroyed in 2012’s Super Storm Sandy.The Monmouth County Board of Recreation Commissioners recently awarded the contract to the low-bidder, Compass Construction of Plumsted. Compass bid $881,677.In October 2012, Sandy’s 14-foot surge destroyed the wooden walkway and trail surfacing, along with the bluff, on a 1-1/4-mile section of the trail from the Atlantic Highlands Municipal Harbor to Popamora Point on the Atlantic Highlands-Highlands boundary. The restoration work will include diverting runoff to Sandy Hook Bay under the trail to protect against erosion, resurfacing the trail with both pavement and stone dust, and rebuilding the walkway with prefabricated concrete.The work is to be completed in 100 days, but the actual start date, expected to be in September or October, has yet to be determined, said Joseph Sardonia, supervising landscape architect for the Monmouth County Park System.last_img read more

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first_imgKootenay Wildcats sniper Daley Oddy of Cranbrook scored twice to lead Team B.C. to a 2-1 win over UBC Women’s Hockey Team 1 during a mini-tournament Sunday at McArthur Arena in Kamloops.The scoring explosion helped Team B.C. finish the tourney with a 2-2 record and confidence heading into the 2011 Women’s National Under-18 Championship November 2-6 in Saguenay, Que.“The bantam boys really set the tone for Team B.C’s weekend by providing an outstanding level of competition wit.h high tempo in the first two games,” Team B.C. head coach Jeff Oldenborger said in a written press release.“Along with the two games against the older more experienced UBC team, the weekend was a success in preparing for the National Championships in November in Saguenay, Quebec.”Oddy is joined by former teammate and defenceman Aimee DiBella of Nelson.Team B.C. opened the four-day camp with a 5-0 win over a Kamloops Bantam squad.Team B.C. then dropped a 2-1 decision to Kamloops and 3-1 setback to UBC Women’s Hockey Team 3 before squaring the weekend record at 2-2 with the late victory.Team B.C. is part of the B.C. Hockey’s Female High Performance Program.The program was established to identify and train athletes and team personnel for possible participation at Provincial, National and International [email protected]last_img read more

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