Greg Mattura North Jersey Record Published 5:02 AM EST Nov 6, 2018 RUTHERFORD – First, Rutherford’s senior class saw what it was like to play in a championship football game. Then, those Bulldogs enjoyed the pleasure of winning the program’s first NJSIAA sectional title. Now, a roster with more than a dozen key seniors is experiencing the challenge of trying to repeat as a champion. “I feel like there’s more pressure, since we have everyone looking at us and trying to beat us and not let us win the state championship again,” senior Abellany Mendez said prior to Monday’s practice. Top-seeded Rutherford (8-1) continues its quest to repeat as North 2, Group 2 champion when it hosts No. 5 Mountain Lakes (7-2) in Friday's 6 p.m. semifinal at Tryon Field. The survivor faces either No. 3 Lyndhurst or No. 2 Verona for the title. Rutherford’s record since 2015, when it was sectional runner-up, is 37-4. This might be … [Read more...] about NJ football: Rutherford, from hunter to hunted, seeks repeat title
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Another week, another new challenge for Ed Orgeron and the LSU Tigers. In Weeks 1 and 3, they had to deal with Miami and Auburn, a pair of Top 10 opponents. Now, they have to deal with themselves. Having become the first team since 1976 to vanquish two Top 10 foes in the first three weeks of a season and vaulting to No. 6 in the national rankings, the Tigers' greatest enemy might be complacency. A month ago, Joe Burrow and Cole Tracy could walk across campus and not be recognized. Now they're the big men on it. The Tigers are racking up awards and basking in the national recognition of their improbable start. Once underrated, LSU now must guard against overconfidence as it navigates a three-game stretch where it will be highly favored each week, beginning Saturday against in-state rival Louisiana Tech. "We have to block out the noise," LSU coach Ed Orgeron said Monday. "We have to be strong," he added, raising his arms for effect. "Whether it's way up there or way down there, we can't … [Read more...] about LSU’s biggest enemy could be itself as it goes from hunter to hunted
(WRDW/WAGT) ---- A proposed rule change could allow Georgia deer hunters to hunt over bait statewide. The rule would change O.C.G.A 27-3-9, which currently prohibits hunting deer over bait in the designated northern zone, which includes Richmond, Columbia, Lincoln, Wilkes, Glascock, McDuffie, Warren, Taliaferro, and Hancock counties. The proposed change comes from an Executive Order issued April 8th, 2018. The new rule would allow hunters across the state to hunt deer over bait on private land statewide, except for lands within the Chattahoochee National Forest. The Board of Natural Resources is asking for the public's opinion on the change. There will be a public hearing held at the Augusta Tech Auditorium 388 Tech Dr. NW in Thomson on June 20th at 7 PM. Anyone attending the hearing will be able to make a statement, viewpoint, argument, or present data. There is also a public hearing June 19, 2018 at 7:00 P.M. in Rome at Armuchee High School Auditorium, 4203 Martha Berry Highway NW. … [Read more...] about New rule could allow Georgia hunters to hunt over bait statewide
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Winners over the past decade include an 8-year-old girl (barely beating a 68-year-old woman) and a 72-year-old man. Credit Frankie Frost for The New York Times Supported by ByJohn Branch June 13, 2018 STINSON BEACH, Calif. — The toughest part of the Dipsea, said to be the country’s oldest trail-running race, might not be the first mile, which contains nearly 700 stairs rising through the forests above Mill Valley. It is not the jiggly-legged drop into Muir Woods, or the steep rise up Dynamite, so named because your churning legs might feel ready to explode. And it is not even the next big hill, called Cardiac. (If your legs have not burst, maybe your heart will.) It is not the treacherous plunge toward the ocean, the crooked depths and broken steps of Steep Ravine, even the poison oak that crowds the skinny trails and tickles the legs before blooming … [Read more...] about Dipsea: A Trail Race Where ‘You’re Either the Hunter or the Hunted’
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Your Turn: Why are hunters buying Ryan Zinke's public lands spiel? Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke may be an avid hunter, but he is no conservationist. Look to his actions more than his words. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Subscribe Today Log In Subscribed, but don't have a login? Register your digital access. Amber Fields, opinion contributor Published 6:10 a.m. MT March 24, 2018 Your Turn: The Interior secretary may be an avid hunter, but he is no conservationist. Look to his actions more than his words. CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENT EMAIL MORE For as long as I can remember, my family has … [Read more...] about Your Turn: Why are hunters buying Ryan Zinke’s public lands spiel?