October 12. 2018 11:53PM Gracie Bolduc scored both goals to lead the John Stark field hockey team to a 2-1 victory over Portsmouth in Weare on Friday. The victory clinched the Generals (6-8) a NHIAA Division II playoff spot, marking the second postseason berth in the program’s history.Olivia Desainde and Meg Girardet each assisted on one of Bolduc’s tallies and Sydnee Pelletier made seven saves for John Stark.Portsmouth finished the regular season with a 3-9-2 record.Goffstown 4, Bow 0: In Bow, Makayla Strickulis scored two goals and assisted on two others while Emily Campbell and Jess Vo added one goal apiece as the Grizzlies (8-4-1) won their fifth straight Division II match. MacKenzie Potvin and Sarah Mattison each had a save in goal for the Grizzlies. Bow finishes its season with a 3-11 record.Londonderry 5, Keene 1: In Keene, Lauren Mullen had two goals and an assist while Lauren Doherty and Courtney Shay each contributed a goal and an assist as the Lancers rolled to … [Read more...] about High School Roundup: John Stark girls clinch playoff spot; Strickulis paces Goffstown
By James H. Williams | [email protected] | PUBLISHED: October 12, 2018 at 8:33 pm | UPDATED: October 12, 2018 at 8:34 pm Rain and lightning has caused high school football games in Southern California to be delayed or postponed tonight. The biggest game of the night between St. John Bosco and Mater Dei has been postponed due to lighting in the area. The game has been rescheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday. Our staff has started to compile a list of games that have been posted due to lighting. Check back shortly for updates. rain picking up … teams are headed back inside @breezepreps — Damian Calhoun (@DamianCalhoun) October 13, 2018 The Lancer Notre Dame game has been called due to rain delay the score was 7-6 pending the Notre Dame extra point🏈 — Amatsports (@amatsports) October 13, 2018 We're entering lightning protocol now between Bosco-Mater Dei. At least 35-minute delay between the top two teams in the country — Adam Grosbard (@AdamGrosbard) … [Read more...] about St. John Bosco vs. Mater Dei among high school football games postponed due to lightning
American composer John Harbison has won the Pulitzer Prize and a MacArthur Fellowship. He’s written music for most of the nation’s great musical institutions, including the Minnesota Orchestra, which named Harbison its Season Composer for 2018-19. This is Harbison’s 80th birthday year, and he’s spending much of this week with us here in Minneapolis. You’ll have several chances to hear his music and even see him in person. Perhaps Gov. Dayton will pick a day and proclaim it John Harbison Day. Harbison is in residence at the University of Minnesota. On Friday afternoon, Oct. 12, he’ll be at Lloyd Ultan Recital Hall (in Ferguson Hall) for a guest master class and conversation starting at 4:30. School of Music students will play his “Trio Sonata,” “Saxophone Sonata” and “Violin Duo (Reflection).” Free and open to the public. FMI. On Friday and Saturday, Harbison will be at Northrop for the world premiere of his organ … [Read more...] about A visit from Pulitzer-winning composer John Harbison; the return of Northrop’s mighty organ
Posted October 05, 2018 at 06:00 AM | Updated October 05, 2018 at 06:02 AM Devils Jets Hockey Jason Halstead | Canadian Press via AP By Chris Ryan | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com The Devils open their 2018-19 season on Saturday, and before the puck officially drops against the Edmonton Oilers in Sweden, we opened the NJ.com Devils mailbag to answer some burning questions entering the season. Here's a look at expectations for John Quenneville, which prospects could still make the NHL jump this season, trade possibilities for the start of the season and much more. NJ.com is also looking for your boldest Devils predictions entering 2018-19. Send them to [email protected], or tweet them to me at @ChrisRyan_NJ. In my season preview, I picked Pavel Zacha as my breakout candidate for 2018-19. That's a little too obvious and not necessarily a sleeper, so I'll go a little more off the radar. I'll go with Steven Santini, so this pick has a lot less to do with … [Read more...] about What to expect from Devils’ John Quenneville; Sleeper player for 2018-19?
Mick McCabe Special to Detroit Free Press Published 7:00 AM EDT Oct 4, 2018 The 1984 football season was drawing to a close and Farmington Hills Harrison coach John Herrington was trying to sum up all-stater John Miller’s career. “For a coach,” he said, “he’s a once-in-a-lifetime player.” And he was ... until a winter’s day in 1987 when a father and son showed up in Herrington’s classroom with a videotape. Millard Coleman had received a promotion and a transfer and was relocating his family to Oakland County. He and his son, Mill, toured Harrison as a possible school. Herrington gave the youngster a once over and wasn’t impressed. He couldn’t have been taller than 5 feet 8 and shoved them off on assistant coach Bob Sutter. “Well, yeah, if you want to come here that’s great,” Herrington told them. “But I have to teach right now. Why don’t you go down and see Coach Sutter in the … [Read more...] about FH Harrison: Mill Coleman certainly provided thrills in ’80s