first_imgIn fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ MOST READ Photo from ASEAN Basketball LeagueMaturity is what Paul Zamar will be bringing to Blackwater as he finally gets his PBA career going.“I think I turned from a boy to a man,” he said after wrapping up his responsibilities with Mono Vampire in the ASEAN Basketball League. “It’s not just playing in the ABL, but also my experiences playing in the local leagues in Thailand. I really matured. I learned a lot, especially being independent.”ADVERTISEMENT View comments Soriano, Tan show way for beach volley in PH “I’ll try to bring positive energy to them. I know they’re in a losing streak. I’m not a magician, the same way coach Bong (Ramos) isn’t one, but I’ll give my best to help the team like what I gave to Mono Vampire,” he said.Zamar makes his debut for the Elite on Friday against Ginebra, the same team which drafted him in the fourth round of the 2012 PBA Draft.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident LATEST STORIES Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMCcenter_img Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Zamar wouldn’t deny how hard it was leaving the comforts of the Philippines to take his act overseas.But after a stellar showing in the regional league that saw him net 16.1 points on 36 percent shooting from three, 3.5 rebounds, and 2.6 assists, that was enough for him to earn his ticket back home.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown“Even though it was hard for me to leave my family, now I have a chance to come home and I won’t let that opportunity go,” he said.The 30-year-old Zamar, though, will have to find his niche quick as he fits in with a skidding Blackwater team, which is 0-4 this 2018 PBA Commissioner’s Cup. Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding ‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’ Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’last_img read more

first_imgAmid stringent ‘security measures,’ the much awaited 2016 national examinations of the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) is in its third day sitting today, with students gearing up to take chemistry and history.But this year’s exam had been embroiled in a series of uncertainties; couple with the reported stealing of the testing materials.Dele G. Gboto, WAEC Head of Test Administration, has meanwhile advised all registered 12th graders to prepare themselves and go to the selected testing centers with only their pens and pencils, adding that students should carry, “nothing else, especially electronic devices as doing so will disqualify any candidate caught.”Despite the earlier fiasco caused by the theft of exam papers from a storage in Konola Academy, Kakata the WAEC examinations began last Monday throughout the country with 46,000 students sitting for one subject: mathematics.On the second day, yesterday, students tackled geography and biology exam questions. Reports across the country and from various campuses indicate that there has been so far a smooth administration of the examinations as students eagerly focused on the test subjects.At the Boatswain Junior High School campus, students who are taking the exams are doing as well as they can, according to a sample of students interviewed yesterday.“We are doing our best and I think we are sure that we are doing the right thing to get the results that we need,” said a female student from the Assembly of God of Caldwell, who is writing her exams at the Boatswain Junior High School campus.Reports from Grand Cape Mount, Nimba and Margibi County were also positive with students engaged in their exams with a sense of dedication.“Students are cautiously and religiously working on their exam papers,” according to reports from Nimba County.Information gathered from the various venues indicates that students who are writing their exams have decided to do all they can to get the job done so that they can look at the future and see what they need to do to further their lives.“They are not even discussing the recent postponement of the examinations caused by leaked test papers,” according to our Nimba correspondent, Ishmael Menkor.The exams will continue on Thursday with students writing physics and economics and many reports indicate that students are in a marathon rush to get the exams successfully behind them.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgTwo children ages two and six were rescued from a burning house at Unity Village, Mahaica, East Coast Demerara. The Fire which started at about 18:45h on Monday evening has left the family of four homeless.Based on reports received, the two children were at home alone when the fire was spotted by neighbours who rushed to their rescued. The mother of the children went to a nearby shop to make a purchase. More details in January 24 edition of the Guyana Times.last_img

first_imgTuschen robberyThe three suspects, who were arrested following a brazen armed attack on a Tuschen Housing Scheme Chinese restaurateur on Friday, have been further detained by investigators, even as Police are searching for a female who was part of the robbery.The gun that was found in the getaway carOn Wednesday, investigators applied to the High Court for an extension of time to detain the suspects. This was granted and the Police have another 72 hours to hold the men before instituting charges.It was further revealed that a file was prepared and sent to the office of the Director of Public Prosecution for advice into the matter. This advice will assist investigators in how to proceed with the matter and what charges should be implemented.This newspaper was told that the three suspects who were caught trying to make their good escape have confessed that they knew of the robbery but it was Mark Prince – who was fatally shot during the robbery – was the mastermind. One of the suspects was also wounded during the robbery. The suspects in custody are a Police Constable attached to the Special Branch at Eve Leary, Georgetown; a 20-year-old Herstelling, East Bank Demerara (EBD) resident and a Buxton, East Coast Demerara (ECD) residentDead bandit: Mark PrinceOn Friday last, Prince was among the bandits who pounced on Guang Hong Wang, 43, proprietor of the Five Star Chinese Restaurant and her husband who operate the food establishment in the lower flat of their premises. A customer, Navindra Lakahalall, 37, of Zeelugt New Housing, Scheme, East Bank Essequibo (EBE), was also robbed when the bandits invaded the premises. Reports are Lakahalall was in the restaurant when one of the male suspects and a female entered and purchased two beverages. Police reports stated that as soon as they consumed the beverages, they ordered a case of beer and in the process of Wang delivering the same, the male suspect whipped out a handgun and relieved her of two cell phones and an undisclosed sum of cash.He then turned his attention to Lakahalall and relieved him of one silver chain and an undisclosed sum of cash. At the height of the robbery, the three other suspects entered.However, a neighbour, who is a licensed firearm holder, heard the commotion and immediately went to investigate and was attacked by the armed suspect and another with a cutlass. He then discharged several rounds in their direction after which the suspects fled the premises in a motor car with licence plate PTT 8606 that had been parked nearby, leaving their accomplice Prince, who had been shot, at the scene.The Police were contacted and the vehicle was intercepted at a roadblock on the public road in front of the Den Amstel Police Station.At the time, the car had three occupants – one was in the back seat with what appeared to be a gunshot wound. He was questioned, arrested, and taken to the Georgetown Public Hospital.An unlicensed pistol with an empty magazine was found in the vehicle along with an undisclosed sum of cash and cellular phones.It was later revealed that Prince, who had been left behind with a gunshot wound to the neck, died on the spot. A cutlass was in his right hand and a haversack was on his back.His body was taken to the Leonora Cottage Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Some $130,000 was found in his possession.last_img read more

first_img…cocaine found in sealed rice bags in container destined for BelgiumThe interception of an outgoing shipment over the weekend has led local authorities to the discovery of some 147 pounds (66.8 kilos) of cocaine, randomly hidden in sealed 45-kilogram bags of rice destined for export to Belgium.The parcels containing cocaine that were unearthed in the rice consignmentGuyana Times understands that city businessman Andre Poonai, of Golden Grains Investments Limited, has since been arrested and taken into custody to assist with the investigation.According to reports, the raid commenced at the John Fernandes Wharf, Water Street, Georgetown since Friday, October 27, 2017. However, the narcotics were uncovered just before lunch the following day. The containers were scheduled to leave Guyana Friday eveningDuring the exercise, the officers unloaded and searched the five rice-filled 20-foot containers, and discovered taped parcels containing a white powdery substance in some of the rice bags.One of the rice bags in which some cocaine parcels were concealedThe suspected cocaine was weighed. The bust was a collaborative effort between agents of the Customs Anti-Narcotics Unit (CANU) and the Guyana Revenue Authority’s Container Control Programme (CCP).According to CANU, the broker responsible for the rice consignment remains in custody. The businessman reportedly gave a Barr Street, Kitty, Georgetown address on the shipping documents, but it turns out that no operations were being carried out there.Back in August, Narcotics Police in Jamaica found cocaine with a street value of over J$100 million in a shipment of rice that travelled from Guyana through the Dominican Republic.It was reported that the Police, accompanied by members of the Customs Contraband Enforcement Team, conducted a snap operation at the Kingston Container Terminal and immediately trained their focus on cargo from specific containers. During the examination of a 40-foot container, a total of five leather bags were revealed to be hidden among the shipment.The bags had a total of 78 parcels, each containing the white powdery substance.last_img read more

first_imgSimi Valley police Lt. Greg Riegert said his department has been focusing attention of graffiti vandalism as soon as it arises. “After the last arrests in December we had no graffiti for several weeks,” he said. “The new cases developed in the last few weeks. … It goes in spurts.” “When you suddenly get hit with a whole bunch of damage, it attracts attention,” he said. “The public is on the lookout for it. Our biggest help is from the schools.” As to why teenagers would get involved in this type of activity, Riegert said it had something to do with boredom and thrill-seeking. “They know they can get caught, and that’s where the thrill comes from,” he said. (805) 583-7602 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SIMI VALLEY – On the lookout for graffiti after a dramatic increase in tagging last year, police have arrested four teenagers suspected of causing $13,000 in damage to local schools, officials said. The four boys were arrested last week in connection with graffiti found at Royal and Moorpark high schools and Hollow Hills Elementary School. They were apprehended after one was seen with his characteristic tag on some personal property he had at school. “They are not gang members. They are taggers,” said Sgt. Darin Muehler, supervisor of the Simi Valley Police Department’s Special Problems Section. “These kids put this out there so they’re known. That’s why they go out on what they call `bombing runs,’ putting up their graffiti where it can be seen by others.” Muehler said one of the taggers told police he did it for the notoriety. “They hit the schools because that’s where they can get the most recognition the quickest,” he said. In December, six other teenagers were arrested in connection with a tagging spree that caused $60,000 in damage. Muehler said those six are not connected with the recent spate of vandalism. Simi Valley officials have been tracking graffiti vandalism since 1990; results are posted on the city’s Web site, They report that graffiti cases peaked in 1993, with 4,038 incidents, and dropped to a low of 526 in 2002. Since then, however, graffiti cases have risen to 2,388 in 2006, dramatically above the 856 cases in 2005. The situation shocked city officials and led to the hiring last summer of a graffiti-abatement officer at a cost of $95,000 annually. last_img

first_imgTir Chonaill AC Club NotesSuccess for club athletes on many frontsLast weekend was a roller coaster of successes for club members on the competitive front. On the track a number travelled to Antrim for the final section of the Ulster/ANI Track and Field c/ships while on the road numerous fine performances were recorded at the Lifford 5k [Friday evening] and Enniskillen 10k. The Mullaghmore Sprint Triathlon had ideal conditions and again a large number of club athletes, many completing their first triathlon, recorded excellent times. Finally on Saturday evening Karl Griffin, who continues his build up towards the World Junior C/ships in Oregon, in July recorded another sub 1min 50secs /800m time at an Irish Milers Club meet in Dublin. Chloe Masterson and Clara Herron Hammer medal winners at Ulster/ANI c/ships in AntrimAntrim – Saturday – Excellent results/performances this morning at the Antrim Forum from Clara Herron,30.70m, U17Hammer,PB and Gold. Later in the day Clara added a 2nd winning performance of 10.52m in the Shot Putt. Chloe Masterson, records 26.30m, in the Hammer and Silver while Pole Vaulters, Caoimhe Byrne, 2.60m/PB Gold and Katie Hoad,2.50m/PB and Gold – in different age groups. Caolan O’Callaghan clears 1.75m to win the U18 High Jump. Christopher Doherty travelled last week to the MPT in Belfast to compete in the Pole Vault. Result — the event was cancelled due to a waterlogged venue. Today he returned to Antrim and responded by clearing a new P.B. height of 4.10m – well done Christopher, Caolan, Katie, Caoimhe, Chloe and Clara.On the Road.Katie Hoad, Caolan OCallaghan and Christopher Doherty winners at AntrimOn Friday evening, at a well-supported and organised 5k in Lifford the following club athletes won category prizes Richard McCarthy, M50, 18mins 30secs; Donal Haughey, M55, 19mins 51secs; Jackie Harvey, W50, 22mins 27secs and Vera Haughey 22mins27secs.On Saturday over 1,000 finishers were recorded at the Enniskillen 10k. Pride of place must go to Ballyshannon man Daniel Mannion who won the junior section with an excellent time of 40mins55secs. Other local athletes to come home very pleased were Brendan Ward, 37mins 42secs;Chris Goan, 43.42;Rodney Irwin,M40, 45.02; Kevin Coyle, 46.44; Terry Hughes, 48.45; Brain McMullan, M45, 48.38; Loretta Cullen, W45, 49.10; ; Craig Hill, 52.27John Magee, M45, 52.28; Michael Gallagher, M40, 53.17;Christopher McGee, 59.31. One club athlete made the journey with the goal of running a PB. However Sharon Thomas-Meehan got held up in an accident traffic jam and missed the start by a few minutes. She indicates that she does not want sympathy.The Mullaghmore Sprint Triathlon attracted a large number of club athletes – all members of the MSC Tri club – to the scenic Mullaghmore Peninsula for the annual nationally recognised swim, cycle and run. The following, many completing their first triathlon, all were deservedly very proud as they crossed the finish line having completed the final 5k run. A small problem with the results service means that the results are provisional and according to the organisers a few maybe missing. Results –Noel Hoey, M45, 1hr14mins9secs; Ciaran Clancy, M30, 1.14.34; Barry Duffy, M45, 1.15.28;Barry Cannon, M40, 1.17.17; Julie McMullan, F45, 1.19.04; Barry Gallagher, 1.20.12; Gerry McManus, M50, 1.22.44; Eleanor Rooney, 1.23.35;Ann Morrow, F50, 1.25.43; Paul McGee, 1.26.04; Pamela Sarb, 1.26.45;Sinead McGowan, F40, 1.30.04; Lynda Loughlan,1.31.45; Elizabeth Morrow, 1.32.27 David McLoone, M35, 1.32.27; Steve Orme, M45, 1.36.30; Congrats and well done to allKarl Griffin runs a PB at Dublin meetIn Irishtown at an Irish Milers Club sponsored meet in Irishtown, on Saturday evening, Karl Griffin runs 1min 49.52secs,a PB and the 4th sub 1min 50secs in as many weeks. The race won by English athlete Joe Maynard found less that 0.2 secs separating the following three athletes. Karl was overhauled by David McCarthy, nephew of club road athlete/coach, in the final 50metres. Early this week McCarthy was selected on the Irish team for the Europa Cup in Estonia next weekend. Karl continues to improve and is looking forward to the World Junior U20 in Oregon in late JulyMen’s A Men’s A 8001 1.47.75 210 7 Joe Maynard BMC 2 1.49.30 204 3 David McCarthy West Waterford 3 1.49.32 207 5 Eoin Everard Kilkenny CH 4 1.49.52 208 6 Karl Griffin UCDAC/Tir Tír Chonaill 5 1.50.33 203 2 James Ledingham West Waterford 6 1.50.47 206 4 Joe Warne Doheny ACArdarathon PresentationThe organisers of this year’s Ardarathon 10k, at a presentation function in the Nesbitt Arms on Monday night handed over the proceeds of €2500 which was divided between the Donegal Cancer Bus (Accepted by Fergus Cleary), Tirconaill AC (accepted by Chairman David Doherty) and Ardara GAA Development Fund (accepted by Club treasurer Peter McLoughlin).The attached photograph, thanks to John Mc Connell,includes from l/r Stephen Mc Cahill, organising committee, Fergus Cleary, Cancer Bus Committee, Haughey, organising committee, David Doherty, Tir Chonaill AC,Peter McLoughlin, Ardara GAA Club, Mary Mc Hugh and Siobhan Breslin, organising committee.Important meeting Following the recent retirement of Paddy Donoghue from active coaching, the club at its monthly meeting on Monday night last agreed to organise a gathering of all Senior and Masters Tír Chonaill athletes in Dorian’s Hotel on Wednesday 25th June. The meeting, hosted by club chairperson David Doherty will discuss Training venues, Schedules and the requirements of athletes going forward. Senior Club coaches will be in attendance.All senior and masters athletes are invited to attend. Refreshments will be served. Contact David 086 8011540Club Summer CampThe clubs annual summer camp from 30th June to 4th July –daily 9am to 2pm has received a very positive response with large numbers making application daily. Completed forms should be left in either All Sports or Cara Pharmacy Donegal Town or forwarded to Camp Co-ordinator Jackie Harvey, 086 4052823, Drimark, Donegal TownNext weekendOn Saturday, a number of club athletes will represent the Ulster Schools at the annual Tailteann games Inter pro in Santry while seven younger athletes will travel to Tullamore for the National Children’s Games ad relays. Meanwhile on Sunday Women and Men’ s teams will contest Round 2 of the National Track and Field League in Athlone. Best wishes to allATHLETICS: SUCCESS FOR TIR CHONAILL AC ATHLETES was last modified: June 19th, 2014 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:tir chonaill ac newslast_img read more

first_imgBREAKING NEWS: An investigation has been launched after an elderly man died as carried out repairs on a roof in Buncrana last night.The man is believed to have suffered a heart attack before he fell.The 75 year old was believed to be carrying out repairs when the incident happened around 6pm.The man was pronounced dead at the scene. It is understood the man may have suffered a heart attack.He was taken to Letterkenny General Hospital where a full post mortem is due to be carried out.It comes just a day after a 68 year old man was also found dead in the hallway of his home in Buncrana.Gardai launched an investigation after the discovery of the man’s body on in his home on Saturday evening. However, Gardai later said they were not treating the death as suspicious. MAN DIES WHILE DOING ROOF REPAIRS was last modified: April 29th, 2014 by StephenShare 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:buncranadeathdonegalfellletterkennyROOFlast_img read more

first_imgFOOTBALL FRIDAY HE SAID “Right now, I’m not as far along as I want to be. There’s a whole lot more I need to accomplish.” – Valencia receiver Virgil Hill who has caught 10 passes with two TDs the past three weeks after sitting on the bench most of the season opener. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 DID YOU KNOW? Loyola of Los Angeles, which plays Hart tonight, is one of two teams to defeat Hart three times during coach Mike Herrington’s 17-year career (St. Bonaventure is the other.) Hart leads the series 5-3 and has beaten Loyola the past two meetings, pulling out a last-minute 17-16 victory last season. SPOTLIGHT Marcus Hood, a promising Burbank junior who played on the JV team last year because of transfer restrictions, is breaking out. He rushed for 190 yards (125 in the first quarter) and three touchdowns in a 48-7 rout of Hoover of Burbank last week, improving his four-game totals to 421 yards (7.7 avg.) and seven touchdowns. He also is averaging 47.0 yards as a kick returner and 17.0 on punt returns. OFFBEAT Something not seen very often: Ronnie Holt, a Saugus defensive lineman, last week caught Notre Dame’s blazing fast running back Rodney Glass from behind on a 60-yard run, bringing him down at the 4-yard line and saving a touchdown in the Centurions 21-7 loss. Glass, who runs a sub-4.4 40-yard dash, is the area’s fastest player. He finished second in the state 100-meter finals last spring. “How rare is it for defensive lineman to catch someone like Rodney Glass? You tell me,” Saugus coach Jason Bornn said. “Ronnie Holt just really hustled on that play.” OFF THE CHART Valencia’s Michael Herrick has passed for 8,492 career yards, pulling within 1,479 of Keith Smith’s state record of 9,971, set in 1991-93 at Newbury Park. Herrick’s production this season and in his prep career: 2005 OppAttCompYdsTD B.Amat35203711 Birm.29182601 El Toro16123143 S.J.Bosco28193151 Total108691,2606 Career 20034432893,1672120044342884,065322005108691,2606 Total9856468,49259 NUMBERS GAME 10 Fumble recoveries by Burbank – an average of 2.5 per game. James Antaplylan and Anthony Yelding have two, and six others have one. THIS WEEK’S GAMES SAUGUS (2-2) at ST. FRANCIS of La Canada, (4-0) 7:30 p.m. Player to watch: Kevin Mack, St. Francis. The 6-foot-3, 220-pounder is the latest in a long line of tough, physical St. Francis linebackers. He leads the Knights with 29 tackles. Outlook: Saugus always seems to play its best against St. Francis – the underdog Centurions hold a 3-1 series edge the past four years. Saugus overcame a 15-point halftime deficit and twice scored touchdowns on fumble recoveries in the end zone in last year’s 35-34 overtime victory. Saugus has lost two in a row, but the second was a 21-7 loss to three-time Southern Section Div. III champion Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks in a game that was much closer than expected. Zach Summers has passed for 493 yards (60.4 pct.) and four TDs, and he has scored four TDs. Ryan Purdy has rushed for 267 yards and five TDs. Ramsen Golpashin leads the offensive line. St. Francis, coached by former Hart quarterback Jim Bonds, has allowed just 187 total yards per game, and no opponent has scored more than 12 points. WR/DB Scott Stephens has caught 15 passes for 343 yards (22.9 avg.), intercepted seven passes and scored five TDs – three on returns. VALENCIA (4-0) at NOTRE DAME of Sherman Oaks (4-0), 7:30 p.m. Player to watch: Taylor Sellnow, Valencia. The Vikings receiver, recovered from a sprained ankle, will be crucial with top receiver Jason Engleberg out with an ankle injury. Sellnow also is the long snapper. Outlook: Valencia has been superb the past three years – but not against Notre Dame. During that span, the Vikings are 0-2 against the Knights and 26-8 against everyone else. A 33-3 loss last season was especially disheartening because the game was televised and Valencia had outscored its first four opponents by an average of 31 points. Only four times in Valencia QB Michael Herrick‘s stellar, two-plus season prep career has he failed to surpass 200 yards in a game. Twice it was against Notre Dame. Defending Div. II finalist Valencia is averaging 41 points and 511 yards, and Herrick has completed 64 percent of his throws for 1,260 yards and six TDs despite missing much of the second half in two of four games. Valencia’s other big player is RB Shane Vereen. He’s rushed for 519 yards (10.4 avg.) and scored 10 TDs, and he’s also a top CB. Notre Dame QB Garrett Green, a top prospect whom USC is recruiting, has concentrated on defense the past few games because of a thumb injury. RB Rodney Glass (608 yards, 9.4 avg., 11 TDs) is a blazer. HART (3-1) vs. LOYOLA of Los Angeles (4-0) at College of the Canyons, 7 p.m. Player to watch: Alex Pettee, Hart. The Indians’ starting quarterback in Tyler Lyon‘s absence, Pettee has completed 62.5 percent of his passes for 302 yards with three TDs and no INTs. Pettee started two weeks ago, when Lyon was out with a shoulder injury, and he got the call again after Lyon suffered a concussion on the second play of last week’s win over Birmingham of Lake Balboa. Outlook: Always an anticipated nonleague showdown, this televised encounter (FSN West 2) matches two of the Southern Section’s strongest teams. Hart, which has lost only to state power St. Bonaventure of Ventura in Week 2, hasn’t generated as much scoring as Indians teams customarily do, but it has played tough defense, allowing 233 yards per game. Div. I power Loyola, led by QB Henry Burge (662 yards, 60 pct., 5 TDs), is winning by an average of more than 21 points. Loyola rallied from a 16-point deficit in a 44-29 victory last week at Antelope Valley of Lancaster. Among Loyola’s top defenders are LB Brent Baltimore (35 tackles) and DL Nicholas Bertole (31 tackles). Bertole had 16 tackles at Antelope Valley.CRESPIof Encino (2-2) at CANYON (3-1), 7 p.m. Player to watch: Garrett Leary, Canyon. The defensive lineman must watch for Crespi RB Josh Morgan, who has rushed for 604 yards (8.3 avg.) and scored six TDs. Outlook: This matchup should bring back memories for Canyon coach Harry Welch, who played at Crespi more than 40 years ago and began his coaching career at the Catholic school. Expect lots of scoring in a showdown featuring two high-powered offenses. Canyon loves feeding the ball to J.J. DiLuigi, who has rushed for a Foothill League-best 559 yards, caught four passes for 124 yards and scored 14 TDs – many on long breakaways, such as a 99-yard kickoff return two weeks ago. QB Austin Civita has passed for 686 yards (52 pct.) and five TDs. Crespi also is balanced. Morgan is a threat, and Matt Wabby has passed for 702 yards (52 pct.) and seven TDs. In key situations, he looks for D.J. Holt (14 receptions, 19.8 avg., four TDs). Standout OL/DL Sione Fua (ankle) is questionable. SANTA CLARITA CHRISTIAN (2-1) vs. AVALON (2-2) at First Lutheran HS, Saturday, 1 p.m. Outlook: Don’t blink, or you might miss a TD. Eight-man competitor Santa Clarita Christian averages 51.6 points, and Avalon, from Santa Catalina Island, has allowed more than 50 points the past two weeks. INSIDE THE NUMBERS LOGS CANYON (3-1) 55at Leuzinger0 42Burroughs/R21 27Simi Valley34 42South Torrance6 TonightCrespi Oct. 14Burbank Oct. 21at Saugus Oct. 28Burroughs/B Nov. 4Valencia Nov. 10at Hart GOLDEN VALLEY (0-4) Home: Canyon HS 0Burbank66 14Knight24 14Pioneer Valley67 7Alemany38 Oct. 6Palos Verdes Oct. 13Quartz Hill Oct. 21at Ontario Christian Oct. 29Salesian Nov. 4at Carpinteria Nov. 11St. Genevieve HART (3-1) Home: College of the Canyons 7Moorpark6 21at St. Bonaventure33 38Westlake7 23at Birmingham13 TonightLoyola Oct. 14Saugus Oct. 21at Burroughs Oct. 28at Valencia Nov. 4at Burbank Nov. 10Canyon SANTA CLARITA CHRISTIAN (2-1) Home: Canyon HS 46Discovery52 48Hillcrest (TO)30 61Accelerated6 Saturday*Avalon Oct. 15at Thacher Oct. 22#L.A. Lutheran Oct. 29%Hillcrest (GH) Nov. 5Faith Baptist *at First Lutheran HS #at L.A. Baptist %at Valencia SAUGUS (2-2) Home: College of the Canyons 57at Blair0 48Pasadena7 21Chino48 7Notre Dame21 Tonightat St. Francis Oct. 14at Hart Oct. 21Canyon Oct. 28at Burbank Nov. 4Burroughs Nov. 11Valencia VALENCIA (4-0) 35at Bishop Amat21 51Birmingham30 48El Toro20 30St. John Bosco3 Tonightat Notre Dame Oct. 14at Burroughs/B Oct. 21Burbank Oct. 30Hart Nov. 4at Canyon Nov. 11at Saugus STANDINGS FOOTHILL LEAGUE TeamRecord Valencia4-0 Hart3-1 Canyon3-1 Saugus2-2 Burroughs2-2 Burbank2-2 Others: Golden Valley 0-4 (freelance); West Ranch 0-1 (freelance); Santa Clarita Christian (Heritage League) 2-1.160Want 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_img Myllie Taylor, a former commission member, said the council had no choice but to disband it. “There was myself and a couple of others,’ she said. “When I got sick, there was nobody.’ She hopes the new council attracts more residents. “You’ve got to give them credit for trying,’ Taylor said of the council. “It can work if you have people who want to take part.’ Mike Sprague can be reached at (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3022, or by e-mail at ” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Tom Robinson, director of community service, said the city already has a list of people interested in serving. The list is expected to be reviewed by the City Council in November. The historical council will promote the preservation and awareness of La Mirada’s history, Robinson said. Formation of the new historical council comes as plans are being made to open and restore the George home on the historic Neff site, Councilwoman Susan Tripp said. For years, the house was occupied by a caretaker, so no public tours could be conducted, Tripp said. “This is a good time to rethink our programs,’ she said. By the time the council disbanded the Historical Heritage Commission last year, it had dwindled to just four members, some of whom were ill and were not participating in the group’s functions. LA MIRADA — If you rebuild it, they will come. So goes the City Council’s reasoning for replacing the disbanded Historical Heritage Commission with the new Historical Preservation Advisory Council. The commission was disbanded because of lack of interest nearly a year ago. Even so, city officials believe they can recruit enough residents to fill out and serve on the new advisory council. “We’ll have a broader base and maybe some fresher input,’ said Councilman Steve Jones, who believes the city will have no problem recruiting members for the advisory council. “The Historical Heritage Commission didn’t change for quite a while. Maybe this will give it a jump start.’ The new historical council will have nine members, one of whom will also serve on the Community Services Commission. last_img read more