BYU Men’s Golf Tied for 9th after Day 1 of Norman Regional

first_img Tags: BYU Golf/NCAA Super Regional/Oklahoma Golf/Patrick Fishburn Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailNORMAN, Okla.-Monday, action from the NCAA men’s Norman, Okla., golf region, saw BYU golf tied for 9th place after the first day of competition.The Cougars are tied at 295, +7 with fellow West Coast Conference rival Pepperdine.The home-standing Oklahoma Sooners are in first place at 283, -5 while Auburn, Arkansas and North Florida are al tied for second at E 288.The Cougars are in sixth place overall in pars with 55 and are in the bottom half in every other significant statistical category.BYU’s top individual performer thus far is senior Patrick Fishburn, who is fourth overall at Par 5, posting a score of 4.25 -3.The tournament resumes Tuesday. May 14, 2018 /Sports News – Local BYU Men’s Golf Tied for 9th after Day 1 of Norman Regional Brad Jameslast_img read more

Palmers wins fight against council

first_imgSuffolk-based bakery Palmers (Haughley) Ltd has successfully won its battle with Haughley Parish Council, over an access road to its bakery, almost six years after the dispute began.Located on Haughley Village Green since 1869, the family bakers has been fighting the council after it raised objections to the bakery’s use of track over the green, which the firm has used for its deliveries since it was established. The track, which the bakery pays to maintain, is the only way that delivery vans can access the bakery, explained fifth-generation baker Kieron Palmer.The council formally stated that they wished to deny Palmers access and services under two Victorian acts of Parliament, claiming it was a criminal offence to use the track, even though the council was selling access to other businesses on the green, and we could prove there had been rights to access in existence since 1189, said Palmer.“Haughley Parish Council, together with Mr Jeffery Bowden, capitulated and withdrew their objections to our access and services, asking for terms of settlement shortly before legal hearings commenced,” read a thank you letter, sent out by the bakery, in which it also thanked the 20,000 people who had come out in support of the bakery.The council was also asked, by the Adjudicator to HM Land Registry. to pay Palmers’ legal costs, which amounted to around £17,000. The council had already spent £50,000 on the case, which Palmer said it was advised many times not to proceed with.>>Village turns out in support of bakerylast_img read more

Former Lady Charger Standout Named To 2018 Silver Anniversary Team

first_imgCongratulations to former North Decatur Charger standout Roseanne Bohman on being selected to the 2018 Indiana Girls Basketball Silver Anniversary Team.Roseanne was a1993 Indiana All-Star and AP & ICGSA 3rd team all-state… totaled 1,263 career points with 820 rebounds, averaging 18.0 points and 9.4 rebounds her senior season for 18-4 teamthat won first girls basketball sectional championship in school history… Street & Smith’s honorable mention All-American as a junior when she averaged 19.3 points and 9.0 rebounds…four-year letter winner at Notre Dame, starting all 38 games and 3rd leading scorer (9.8 ppg) as senior for their 31-7 1997 NCAA Final Four team… Notre Dame career totals of 120 games played, 708 points and 426 rebounds… received her degree in graphic design and for last 11 years has been production manager of Lloyd’s of Indiana, a supplier of graphic finishing products in Indianapolis… mother of two children, she resides in Indianapolis.2018 Women SAT biosEighteen women have been named to the Indiana Basketball Hall ofFame’s 2018 Silver Anniversary Team, based on outstanding accomplishments as a senior basketball player 25 years ago.The team includes 12 members of the 1993 Indiana All-Star squad, among them Indiana’s Miss Basketball. Six other all-state players are included to comprise the best of Indiana’s high school class of 1993.1993 Indiana All-Stars on this year’s Silver Anniversary Team include Miss Basketball Abby Conklin of Charlestown along with Kokomo teammates Tiffany (Longworth) Boruff, Mistina Oliver and Cari Stover-Richards and Gary West teammates Kasia McClendon-Campbell and Danielle McCulley. The remainder of the Indiana All-Stars honored are Kelli (Kerkhoff) Burton, Rosanne Bohman, Beth (Morgan) Cunningham, Erika Fall, Regan (Seybert) Hoffmayer and Leslie Johnson.The remaining six, named to various all-state teams are: Alana Burns, Alicia Harkins, Andrea Lehr, Jacki (Lung) Negri, Kris (Booker) Rastrelli and Tiffany (Park) Sever.All Women’s Silver Anniversary Team members will be honored at the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame’s 17th Annual Women’s Awards Banquet on Saturday, April 28, 2018.last_img read more

Florida Waitress Receives $2,000 Christmas Eve Tip

first_imgA Florida waitress who had just emptied her bank account to pay for a car repair received quite a Christmas gift from some regulars with whom she had shared her financial issues.Lynette Baio, who has worked at the Speggtacular in Clearwater for five years, says the couple left her a $2,000 check on Christmas Eve.Last month, she spent $2,000 on a car repair, and told the couple about it recently, with the holidays approaching. When they came back for dinner on Christmas Eve, they left the check as a tip, with a message that reads, “Merry Christmas and restore your savings. God bless you.”“They started to walk out and I picked it up and I was like, ‘What?’ and I started crying and he started crying and she starting crying and it was just totally amazing,” Baio says.Baio used the unexpected tip to buy gifts for family members and friends.“It’s a Christmas miracle to me,” she adds.last_img read more