Animal Science in Action, a two-day event for rising high school juniors and seniors, has been set for June 1-2 on the University of Georgia campus in Athens, Ga.Presented by the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, the event introduces students to the fields of animal and dairy science. Participants engage in a series of laboratory experiments and visit each of the college’s main teaching farms for hands-on activities with animals.Current CAES animal and dairy science students will help lead the program which begins Tuesday morning and concludes Wednesday afternoon. Participants will stay overnight in a UGA dormitory.The cost of the event is $75 and the registration deadline is May 14. To register for Animal Science in Action, visit the Web site www.ads.uga.edu/academics/ and follow the ASA link.For more information on ASA, contact Kari Turner at [email protected] or 706-542-8588; Jary Douglas at [email protected] or 706-583-8921; or Ronnie Silcox at [email protected] or 706-542-9102.
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Is Lukaku a flat-track bully?Manchester United splashed out on Romelu Lukaku last summer to ensure they finished more of the chances they created and based on the statistics alone he has delivered, with 19 goals in all competitions. But a closer look at the figures shows he has not produced the goods in the big games, leading to accusations he is a flat-track bully. The Belgium international scored again on Saturday in a 2-0 win against Huddersfield after failing to find the net against Tottenham in midweek — meaning he has yet to score in six matches against fellow members of the “big six” this season. Until he does his detractors will continue to point out he cannot deliver when it matters most.Aubameyang and Mkhitaryan lift ArsenalJust when Wenger needed it most, his new signings Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Henrikh Mkhitaryan provided a welcome boost to troubled Arsenal. A wretched January featuring poor league results and an embarrassing FA Cup exit at second-tier Nottingham Forest had Wenger’s critics sharpening their knives again and Alexis Sanchez’s move to Manchester United hardly quelled the mounting questions at the Frenchman’s door. But fortunately for Wenger, Aubameyang, signed for a club-record £56 million from Borussia Dortmund, and Mkhitaryan, brought in from United as part of the Sanchez deal, quickly reestablished their telepathic relationship in a 5-1 thrashing of Everton. While Aaron Ramsey hit a hat-trick, it was the former Dortmund team-mates who stole the show. Mkhitaryan provided three assists, includes one for Aubameyang, who took advantage of a missed offside decision to mark his debut with a cool finish. For Wenger’s sake, it must be the first of many.Mahrez absence unnerves LeicesterLeicester manager Claude Puel conceded his team lacked a cutting edge in their 1-1 draw against Swansea in the absence of unsettled star Mahrez. It was hard to escape the notion that Leicester are not the same side without the former PFA Player of the Year. Algeria winger Mahrez, who also missed the defeat at Everton, has not been seen by the club since his proposed move to Manchester City collapsed on Wednesday. “We created lots of chances. It was amazing but without the final clinical edge, that’s true,” Puel said. “I know in my mind the most important thing is just to consider my team. I am disappointed about it all.”Share on: WhatsApp Harry Kane scored his 100th goal of the premier leagueLondon, United Kingdom | AFP | Mohamed Salah and Harry Kane had a thrilling shoot-out in Liverpool’s dramatic draw with Tottenham.Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola made a curious selection decision, while Arsene Wenger got a boost from Arsenal’s new boys.Here are five things we learned from the Premier League this weekend:Salah edges Kane shootoutKane had the last word as his 100th Premier League goal from a controversial stoppage-time penalty handed Spurs a share of the spoils at Anfield, but Liverpool’s Salah moved to within just one goal of the England striker in the battle to win the golden boot. The Egyptian showed a cool head to put Liverpool in front after just three minutes in what for so long looked like it might be the decisive goal. However, Salah had even better to come himself in stoppage time as he wriggled away from three Spurs defenders inside the area before dinking home his 20th league goal of the season.Guardiola sends unsubtle sub messageThe sight of the coach blessed with the most expensive squad in the Premier League pleading poverty by naming just six of a possible seven substitutes didn’t receive a huge amount of sympathy. Guardiola claimed he “didn’t have any players” to fill his bench after a series of injuries, in part caused by repeated nasty challenges that have irked the Catalan and his players. Guardiola may also have been sending a message to his superiors after a deadline day attempt to land Riyad Mahrez fell well short of Leicester’s valuation. However, his refusal to even just draft in a reinforcement from City’s hugely resourced academy drew stinging criticism with former England international Gary Neville among those labelling the decision “a joke”.
PROUD FATHER AND SON—Jason White is pictured with his son Justin Dobbs, New Pittsburgh Courier Boys Basketball Most Valuable Player. Following Allderdice and Carrick is Perry, Oliver and Westinghouse with three each; Schenley, Langley and Brashear had two each; and Peabody had one.Justin Dobbs from Allderdice and Brandon Johnson from Schenley were the only two unanimous selections for the First Team, with Greg McGhee from Perry, Ben Mickens from Allderdice, Marcus Smith from Perry, and Dontae Forte from Peabody all locked in a very close battle for the three slots left on the First Team.McGhee, Mickens and Smith won out with Forte dropping to the second team, joined by Arthur Smith, Schenley; Bruce Grover, Perry; Gary Herndon, Westinghouse; and Mike Talton, Carrick.The Third Team was dominated by Allderdice and Oliver, with two players each. Cameron Bailey and Eric Mallinger from Allderdice; and Lamontae Harrison and Shaquille Hager from Oliver. Rasheed McKamey from Carrick finished out the team.The voting for Most Valuable Player was extremely tight between Dobbs and Johnson, with Dobbs winning out. Ben Mickens also received votes, but no Perry player received any.Even though Marco Corona from Perry received votes, Andre McDonald from Allderdice and Walt Malinski from Carrick actually received the most votes for Coach of the Year, with Malinski winning out.Coach Malinski did an incredible job this year with a team that usually finishes somewhere near the bottom of the league, but this year they were one of the top teams in the City finishing fourth with a 10-6 record.The All-City Team is selected each year by the Courier staff and the City League coaches.(Reprinted from the April 27 Edition of the New Pittsburgh Courier.) Even though Perry dominated City League boys basketball this season with a 15-1 interleague play, Allderdice, 12-4, and Carrick, 10-6, captured the most spots on this years’ All-City Basketball selection with four each. Allderdice beat Perry for the City League championship, but the All-City selections were based on what these teams did during the regular season.