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first_imgAnd it wasn’t just that the Cardinals rallied from an 11-9 first-period deficit, but how they did it. Whittier’s suffocating defense forced the Lancers into eight turnovers in the second quarter and held them to just six shots. Meanwhile, Rick Kamayatsu scored all 10 of his points, including a pair of 3-point baskets, the first giving the Cardinals a 16-14 lead and the second making it 27-15. The Cards eventually increased their lead to 18 points before taking a 35-19 halftime advantage. La Serna coach Randy Villegas should bottle whatever he told his players in the locker room. They responded with a 15-2 run midway through the third quarter that featured Mike Acosta’s eight points and a 3-pointer from Eric Navarro to close the gap to 41-34. Zozaya had a three-point play and two 3-point baskets and was the only Lancers player who scored in the fourth period. It was his steal and transition basket that finally tied the score 47-47 with 1:10 remaining in regulation. Whittier then missed on three close-in attempts to win it in the final seconds. La Serna is 18-5 overall and 9-0 in league. Santa Fe is 19-7 and 8-1. Whittier held a 35-19 lead over La Serna at halftime, thanks to a 26-7 scoring advantage in the second period. WHITTIER – Eddie Zozaya scored 13 of his game-high 17 points in the fourth quarter to gain a tie for La Serna High School, and the Lancers went on to defeat host Whittier 51-49 in overtime in their Del Rio League boys basketball game Wednesday night. The win clinched at least a tie for the league championship and set up a showdown with Santa Fe, which trails by a game after defeating winless El Rancho on Wednesday. center_img Zozaya continued his string of points with two free throws to start the extra period, but Whittier’s Michael Hudak tied it again off Kamayatsu’s assist. La Serna’s John Castillo missed the front end of a bonus free-throw opportunity with 1:18 to play, but a Whittier turnover set up Vinnie Hiatt’s layup with the winning points with 26.1 seconds left. Whittier had one last chance with four seconds remaining. Hudak attempted to inbound the ball from near midcourt with an alley-oop pass to Ed Kim, who had circled the perimeter to the backside. But the pass was too high and too long. [email protected] (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3046 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more


first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Staff of the city of Fort St. John has been working on updating zoning bylaws and is now at the stage to be presented for public engagement.After a modernizing and refreshing of the current zoning bylaws, by making them more user-friendly and making them move into the official community plan, the strategic plans and the master plan it is time for public engagement before Legal review.City staff will use several platforms to engage with residents regarding the zoning bylaws through the “Lets Talk” engagement page online, direct mail and open houses like the recent charrette for the 100th Street update.- Advertisement -Council asked city staff to include two dates of each topic on zoning as the first set of times for the open house was suggested for July 30 and 31st. Council was concerned residents that are interested in the engagement process could be on holidays, follow up open houses should be a week or more after the first one.To view the City of Fort St. John’s Let’s Talk Community Engagement Page; CLICK HERE.last_img read more


first_imgMarine Blast and MalinWaters have come together to expand the extensive marine directory that exists on the Marine Blast mobile app to now include listings for North West Ireland including Donegal and Sligo, plus Northern Ireland.This app now provides a one stop shop for information on sailing and other coastal activities in these regions.The Sail West project was originally launched on July 1, 2010 and is an EU project led by Donegal County Council. The MalinWaters consumer brand was developed as a result of the Sail West Project – a €7.4M Marine Tourism initiative that continues to promote marine tourism, linking the coastlines of Donegal, Sligo, Northern Ireland and the West of Scotland. Director of Service from Donegal County Council, Mr. Michael O’hEanaigh commented: “The new alliance with Marine Blast to include listings for North West Ireland and Northern Ireland on the mobile app is another step towards connecting our necklace of marinas with the West of Scotland and promoting sailing and other marine tourism activities through continued marketing of the MalinWaters brand.“We are continuing to develop new facilities with the recent completion of the new marina at Bunagee and Killybegs to follow in the future. Our goal is to open up our waters on the Wild Atlantic Way to encourage the sailing communities from further afield to experience the wonderful scenic coastline and wealth of marine tourism activities on offer here,” he said.MalinWaters is part financed by the European Union’s European Regional Development Fund through INTERREG IVA Cross-Border Programme managed by the Special European Unions Programmes Body with co-funding provided by the Department of the Environment in Northern Ireland and the Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government in the Republic of Ireland.This new relationship means the Marine Blast Marine Directory Scotland app now covers marinas and facilities in North West Ireland and Northern Ireland and gives a wider audience for this powerful marine tourism tool. Acting as a series of stepping stones, it doesn’t lead you on a fixed route, but gives you options to design your holiday in the way you want. The app has been designed with the sailor, whether experienced or recreational, in mind. Easy navigation is essential and is delivered either by tapping on a category, or viewing it on a map ¬ perfect when you want to find the nearest supplier of what you need!Marine Blast Multimedia’s Iain Hurrel explained: “We don’t know where journeys are started so it’s important we cover as many routes as possible. We want everyone who goes out onto the water to have the best experience they can. It’s our job to make their journey comfortable and, give them information from activities and events to sail repair and engine services – which they might need. That’s why we’re so delighted with our new relationship with MalinWaters“Northern Ireland is only 12 miles (as the crow flies) from Kintyre. We share many of the same opportunities for water based activities; indeed we welcome some of their best yachtsmen to regattas across Scotland every year.“Co-operation at this level is a no-brainer ¬ we have worked hard to make the app, which is free to download and free to be listed on, the biggest in Scotland. Sharing data between ourselves and our colleagues in North West Ireland and Northern Ireland can only strengthen marine tourism on the Atlantic coast,” he said.The Marine Blast App is available for iPhone and developers of the app will soon be launching it on Android.App Availability The app is available to download free from the iTunes App Store and will soon be available on Android.Download App – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/id682499240?mt=8&affId=1860684MARINE APP PUTS DONEGAL ON THE MAP was last modified: August 11th, 2015 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Donegal County CouncilMalinWatersMARINE APPlast_img read more

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