Governor Josh Green, M.D. | Hawaii State Judiciary News Release — Youth in Foster Care Revel in Teen Day Activities

From left, Raquel Gali, Judge Darien Ching Nagata, Kekoa Abellera, Tianna Webster,  Precious Ahulau-Kaleo, Melissa Mayo, Chief Justice Mark Recktenwald, and Chief Judge Robert Kim.

HILO, Hawaii – More than 20 teenagers from 12-17 had the chance to enjoy Teen Day, which was sponsored by the East Hawaii Youth Leadership HI HOPES board. The acronym stands for Hawaii Helping Our People Envision Success, and is led by Raquel Gali. 

The youth, who are in foster care, shared the Hilo Family Court courtroom with social workers, deputy attorneys general, guardians ad litem, parents’ attorneys, HI HOPES board members and volunteers, Salvation Army Family Intervention staff, judges, and Judiciary staff members. 

“The goals for Teen Day are to educate foster youth on what rights and services are available to them, encourage them to attend court hearings and meet and talk to their judge, expose them to the court environment in a friendly, welcoming way, and really to have an enjoyable time,” remarked Third Circuit Family Court Judge Darien Ching Nagata.   

The Nov. 17 program featured a courtroom overview by Judge Nagata, ice breaker activities, and a session on “Know Your Rights” with HI HOPES board members Melissa Mayo and Precious Ahulau-Kaleo. There was a panel discussion on “Participating in Your Court Hearings” with Deputy Attorney General Ken Goodenow, Guardian Ad Litem Valerie Grab of the Children’s Law Project, Albert Pacheco, HI HOPES board member Kekoa Abellera, and Judge Nagata. The Salvation Army’s Jasmine Castro conducted a session on the Imua Kakoa program for foster youth transitioning into adulthood.     

Chief Justice Mark E. Recktenwald greeted the teens and encouraged them to complete their education, since it will be the foundation of their future success. He then fielded their questions, including “Of all the careers, why did you choose this one?” “What do you like most about your job?” “When did Foster Care start?” and “What is your favorite mochi?”  (By the way, it’s strawberry). 

The youth were also greeted by Third Circuit Court Chief Judge Robert D.S. Kim, who encouraged them to be ready to make their mark in the world.     

The excitement level in the room went up another notch when it came time for door prizes to be given away. The teens won gift cards, goodie bags, Polaroid cameras, and even a pair of Apple AirPods.    

The afternoon concluded with pizza and cake, and an opportunity to be photographed in the Judge’s chair, banging the gavel, and asking for “order in the court!”  

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510 Jacob Street, Hamburg, MN 55339

MLS # 6341343 Description for 510 Jacob Road, Hamburg, MN

, 55339 Invite to this attractive 7.6-acre hobby ranch in the peaceful community of Hamburg, using the best blend of rural beauty with tastefully classy updates. A true surprise gem including a prospering vineyard and a beautifully restored 2,754 sqft farmhouse. You will certainly be mesmerized by the ideal fusion of timeless information as well as modern conveniences in this 4-bed, 2-bath farmhouse. A large living location with beaming initial wood floors develops a welcoming ambience for leisure as well as home entertainment. The fully-equipped gourmet kitchen including a farmhouse sink, rock countertops, as well as modern devices. The awesome premises bordering the farmhouse deal limitless opportunities for outdoor enjoyment as well as leisure. Picturesque views from the several outdoor decks as well as outdoor patios and also sufficient space for horticulture, livestock, or equestrian searches. This distinctive building is an unusual locate supplying a picturesque lifestyle for those looking for a getaway from the city life.

Providing Details

Residential Property Type: Residential, Solitary Family, Acreage, Rural Residential, More Than 2 Stories, Ranch

Status: Coming Soon

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 2

Whole lot Size: 7.60 Acres

Square Feet: 2,592 sq ft

Year Developed: 1907

Foundation: 1,296 sq ft

Garage: Yes

Stories: More Than 2 Stories

Building and construction:

Residential property Attached: No

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Smoking cigarettes Permitted: No

In Foreclosure: No

Lending institution Owned: No

Potential Short Sale: No

Public auction: No

Region: Carver

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Building And Construction Standing: Formerly Possessed

Institution Info

District: 108 – Central




Area Details

Main Flooring

Dining Room: 17×10

Living Room: 17×15

Cooking area: 17×16

Living Room: 18×19

Mud Space: 10×08

Upper Flooring

Bedroom 1: 15×16

Bed room 2: 14×12

Bed room 3: 19×15

Bedroom 4: 14×12

Various other: 38×36

Key Bathroom: 08×09

Reduced Floor

Washing: 18×19

Storeroom: 15×16

Workshop: 22×16

Workshop: 09×10


Complete Bathrooms: 1

1/2 Bathrooms: 1

Additonal Area Details

Family: Family Room, Great Room, Key Degree

Eating: Morning Meal Area, Breakfast Bar, Consume In Cooking Area, Informal Dining Room, Kitchen/Dining Area, Living/Dining Room, Separate/Formal Dining Room

Bathroom Description: Main Floor 1/2 Bathroom, Upper Level Full Bathroom

Inside Quality

Square Footage above: 2,592 sq feet

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Home appliances: Microwave, Range, Disposal, Dryer, Dishwasher, Washer, Water Purification System

Floor covering:

Cellar: Sump Pump, Drainpipe Tiled, Poured Concrete, Unfinished, Rock, Daylight/Lookout Windows, Brick/Mortar, Storage Space Space

Additional Indoor Features: Sunlight Room, Walk-In Storage Room, Vaulted Ceiling(s), Hardwood Floors, Washer/Dryer Connection, Natural Woodwork, Ceiling Fan(s), Ceramic tile Floors, Walk-up Attic, Cooking Area Facility Island, Paneled Doors, Kitchen Area Window


Water: City Water/Connected

Drain: City Sewer/Connected

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Air conditioning: Window

Heating: Boiler, Natural Gas

Exterior/ Whole Lot Includes

Garage Spaces: 2

Parking Description: Storage, Electric, Driveway – Crushed Rock, Garage Door Opener, Removed Garage, Garage Sq Feet – 576.0

Exterior: Timber, Brick/Stone

Roof Covering: Asphalt Roofing Shingles

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Great Deal Measurements: Uneven

Ranch Kind: Pastime

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Zoning: Agriculture,Residential-Single Family

Extra Exterior/Lot Attributes: Breathtaking View, Porch, Deck, Patio Area, Uneven Lot, Road Frontage – City, Paved Streets, Township, Street Lights, Storm Drain

Out Structures: Barn(s)

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Roadway In Between Waterfront and Residence: No

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From 5 W turn left onto MN-25. Transform left onto 150th St. Left onto Jacob St. Residential or commercial property on left.

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Tax/Property ID: 450290800

Tax obligation Amount: $7,600

Tax obligation Year: 2023

HomeStead Description: Homesteaded

Price Changes

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CREAF Talk with Arturo Pacheco – “Quantitative wood anatomy: a window into the intrannual dynamics of tree growth” | CREAF

TITLE: Biodiversity and narrative: the ecosystems of science fiction

DATE: Friday, 5th May 2023.

TIME & FORMAT: form 12 to 1pm CET – In-person and online.

Seminars will combine in-person and online formats (CREAF, Sala Graus II, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain) but in all cases, talks will be always streamed (not recorded), so they can be followed online.

HOW TO CONNECT: direct link to Arturo Pacheco’s conference.


Quantitative wood anatomy (QWA) is a field of study that examines the variability of xylem anatomical features in plants, with the aim of understanding their functioning, growth, and responses to the environment. Key features analysed include lumen dimensions and wall thickness of conducting cells, fibers, and several ray properties.  QWA has the unique potential to offer valuable information about tree functioning and their responses to environmental changes at a high temporal resolution. It allows for the analysis of the anatomical traits of xylem and phloem cells in trees, which are closely linked to tree hydraulic conductivity, drought resistance, and mechanical support.

One of the main advantages of QWA is its ability to provide information within the growing season because each cell in the tree-rings is formed over a specific time frame and its anatomical traits may be dependent on the environmental constraints acting over this time frame. However, QWA requires special care to avoid systematic errors in the analyses, and the sample preparation techniques, microtomy, microscopy, and image analysis can be time-consuming. In this talk we will cover the principles of QWA, its potential to help us understand the climate and environmental responses of trees, the trait plasticity of its stem tissues over environmental gradients, and how it can improve climate and environmental reconstructions, which may improve interpretations with a more in-depth understanding of tree functioning. Finally, we will present the technical advancements developed to improve the field of QWA in terms of reduction of analytic time (ROXAS), and improvement of reproducibility and interpretations.


Arturo Pacheco is a dendroanatomist with a multi-disciplinary background whose main interest aims to understand the climatic cues driving xylem growth and how this natural archive is related with other natural proxies as a way to unravel past climate and future trends within the current climate change scenario. He holds degrees from the University of Bangor, United Kingdom (M.Sc. Sustainable Forestry) and University of Costa Rica (B.Sc. Agricultural Sciences).

My PhD research in Forest Ecology from the University of Padua (Italy) focused on the formation of intra annual density fluctuations of Mediterranean tree species under drought conditions. He also collaborates as a Postdoc at the University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli (Italy) starting the Italian Tree Talker Network (ITT-Net) a state-of-the-art continuous large-scale monitoring of tree functional traits and vulnerabilities to climate change in pines and beech of southern Italy.

He has as well worked in other environments such as the alpine tree line and with artic shrubs from Greenland at the University of Aarhus (Denmark). Currently he is working at the Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory in Columbia University (USA), with tropical trees from the Central Andes identifying promising new species that can be used for climate reconstruction and obtain a deeper knowledge on ENSO (El Niño Southern Oscillation) variability in the past. He is also participating in the NSF project ‘Climate Research Education in the Americas using Tree-Ring Speleothem Examples’ (PIRECREATE), in which we engage young students from north and south America on climate research by teaching them the main tools and protocols used to study tree-rings.

At Lamont he is also involved in two different projects relying on new breakthroughs through the use of quantitative wood anatomy, one on studying the divergence phenomena of Alaskan trees and the other on the long term effects of hurricanes on the wood anatomy of oaks in the maritime forests of North Eastern United States.

Kayla Harrison Credits Larissa Pacheco Loss At PFL 10 As “The Best Thing” Happened To Her

Back in November last year, Kayla Harrison had her undefeated record shattered by her longtime Larissa Pacheco. Four months later, the former PFL Lightweight champion terms it as the best thing that has ever happened to her.

After defeating Pacheco twice in the past- first at PFL 1 in May 2019, followed by the rematch at PFL 10, which served as the 2019 PFL Women’s Lightweight Tournament final, Harrison met her Brazilian adversary for the third time in the 2022 PFL Women’s Lightweight Tournament Final at PFL 10 last November.

This time, however, Pacheco turned the cards and the trilogy went to her name, courtesy of a unanimous decision, along with Harrison suffering her first career defeat. Nonetheless, two-time Olympic gold medalist judoka has received the maiden loss sportingly.

“Honestly, it’s the best thing that ever happened to me,” Harrison said in an interview with The Schmo. “Well, besides my kids. It’s had a big impact on my life and shifted my life in a really positive way.”

“I’m not fighting from a place of fear or ‘I gotta win, I gotta win, I gotta win’ anymore,” the 32-year-old went on, “I’m fighting from a place of happiness and peace and I think that makes me way more dangerous.”

Harrison’s current contract at the PFL includes two more PPV bouts for the year 2023 before it comes to an end. While it is expected that she will be re-signing with the promotion, there were talks of Harrison possibly parting ways with the PFL when she was a free agent last year, but she doesn’t find all these talks as distracting.

“No, not at all,” Harrison commented on the promotion talks, “I think that’s part of the job. This is what I do for a living, this is my profession. I think that I didn’t leave any stone unturned. I trained hard. My coaches were with me the whole way, we had a great game plan. It just wasn’t my night. S**t happens.”

In the end, she encouraged the idea of a quadrilogy with Pacheco, but also said that she’s ready to face anyone in the cage.

“I’d like the [fourth fight with Pacheco],” added Harrison. “I don’t know if it’s gonna happen, just the way the MMA stars are aligned. So, I’ll have to settle for two out of three ain’t bad. We’ll see. I’ll never say never. I’ll fight anybody.” [H/T MMA Mania]

Litrato at mapa papunta sa bahay ni Gov. Degamo, narekober sa umano’y tauhan ni Pryde… | 24 Oras

Litrato at mapa papunta sa bahay ni Gov. Degamo, narekober sa umano’y tauhan ni Pryde Teves

Ilang panibagong ebidensya umano ang narekober sa compound ni dating Negros Oriental Governor Pryde Henry Teves kaugnay ng pagpaslang kay Governor Roel Degamo.

Kabilang diyan ang litrato at isang mapa papunta umano sa bahay ng pinaslang na gubernador. Tatlo ang inaresto, kabilang ang chief security officer umano ni Teves kung kanino nakuha ang mga ‘yan.

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NFL Week 13 top plays: Cowboys crush Colts on SNF, 54-19 | FOX Sports

NFL Week 13 top plays: Cowboys crush Colts on SNF, 54-19

Week 13 of the NFL season continued Sunday with the Dallas Cowboys dominating the Indianapolis Colts, 54-19, at home to improve to 9-3 on the season. On the other side, the Colts fell to 4-8-1 with the loss.

Earlier, Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers rallied to beat the Chicago Bears and eliminate them from playoff contention, while the Philadelphia Eagles routed the Tennessee Titans in a revenge game. 

Elsewhere, the San Francisco 49ers‘ swarming defense got the best of the Miami Dolphins‘ high-powered offense, and the Cincinnati Bengals took down the Kansas City Chiefs in an AFC Championship Game rematch.

Here are the top plays from Sunday’s slate!

Dak Prescott hit CeeDee Lamb for a 20-yard touchdown to put the Cowboys ahead, 7-3, in the first quarter.

Responding well

Colts wideout Ashton Dulin reeled in a 14-yard score from Matt Ryan to put the road team back on top, 10-7.

Keeping it close

Tony Pollard punched in a two-yard score to put Dallas ahead, 10-7, early in the second quarter, but things went downhill from there. Prescott was picked off near midfield, resulting in a field goal for the Colts.

Pulling ahead

The Cowboys were able to bounce back before the break. With seconds to spare in the first half, Prescott connected with Michael Gallup to make it an eight-point game, 21-13, headed into halftime.

Highlight reel TD!

The Colts pulled within two points, 21-19, when Ryan hit Alec Pierce for a jaw-dropping 15-yard score.

Sealing the deal

Dallas was the start of the show in the second half. First, Gallup added his second score of the night early in the fourth quarter. Then, Cowboys safety Malik Hooker, who was drafted by the Colts back in 2017, came up with a monster 38-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown against his former team.

Ryan threw an interception — his second of the game — on the Colts’ ensuing drive. The Cowboys turned that newfound possession into six points, courtesy of Pollard.

Tough break

Ryan threw his third interception midway through the fourth quarter, and the Cowboys scored once again.

Shortly after, the Cowboys forced their fifth turnover of the night and scored once again to go up 54-19.

Rams backup quarterback John Wolford and Co. took their opening possession into the end zone. Running back Cam Akers capped a 10-play drive with a goal-line score.

Quick answer

After Los Angeles started the game in style, Seattle did the same. QB Geno Smith hit Tyler Lockett for a 36-yard touchdown, evening up the score.

Seahawks go up

Los Angeles made a field goal on the ensuing drive. After both teams then proceeded to punt, Seattle put another touchdown on the board. This time, Smith hit tight end Noah Fant for a 4-yard score.

Game-winning drive

In a half of field goals and turnovers, the Rams were the first team to score a touchdown, but Smith and the Seahawks answered in a big way. They went 75 yards on 10 plays on a drive that ended with Smith hitting wide receiver DK Metcalf for an 8-yard score. The touchdown put Seattle up for good.

On the first play from scrimmage, Tua Tagovailoa hit wide receiver Trent Sherfield, who took off for a 75-yard touchdown.

QB1 down

Jimmy Garoppolo was carted off with an apparent ankle injury in the first quarter. Brock Purdy took his place and Garoppolo was ruled out, and he didn’t waste any time giving San Francisco the lead. 

Purdy hit fullback Kyle Juszczyk for a 3-yard touchdown, the first of his NFL career. The 49ers led 10-7.

Then, with seconds remaining in the first half, Purdy hit running back Christian McCaffrey for a 3-yard touchdown. San Francisco took a 17-10 lead.

Tua struggling

San Francisco made life difficult for Tagovailoa, who was intercepted by Jimmie Ward early in the third quarter and was then picked off by Deommodore Lenoir on Miami’s next possession.

The 49ers turned both turnovers into field goals to take a 23-10 lead.

Some life

Miami got a much-needed big play from its offense, as Tagovailoa hit wideout Tyreek Hill for a 45-yard touchdown. The score cut San Francisco’s lead to six.

It was too little, too late, however. San Francisco later got a field goal and then forced two more Miami turnovers, including one that was returned for a touchdown by linebacker Dre Greenlaw, to secure the victory.

The Bengals began the game with a convincing 11-play drive that ended with Joe Burrow running in a 4-yard touchdown.

Then, on third-and-8, Burrow hit wide receiver Tee Higgins, who then muscled his way for a 12-yard touchdown. Cincinnati led 14-3.


The Chiefs got their first touchdown when Patrick Mahomes hit running back Jerick McKinnon for a goal-line score.

Impressive TD drive

Mahomes connected with wide receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling on a 42-yard completion. Then, Mahomes got the ball out to tight end Travis Kelce, who picked up 18 yards on the reception. 

Three plays later, Isiah Pacheco ran in an 8-yard touchdown, giving the Chiefs their first lead of the game.

Air Mahomes

Kansas City chose to go for it on fourth-and-goal from the 3-yard line. Mahomes also chose to jump over the Cincinnati defense for a touchdown.

Bengals retake lead

Cincinnati got a field goal and then forced a fumble. They capitalized on the latter, as Burrow hit running back Chris Evans for a 9-yard touchdown to wrap up a 10-play possession.

Later, Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker missed a 55-yard field goal, and K.C. never touched the ball again.

The Chargers turned it over on downs in the red zone but found a way to get points on the board shortly after coming up short. Cornerback Bryce Callahan intercepted Derek Carr and ran it back for a touchdown.

Raiders arrive

After going scoreless and turning the ball over twice in the first quarter, Josh Jacobs got the Raiders on the board in the second with a 20-yard touchdown run. They trailed 10-7.

What a catch!

Los Angeles fumbled in its own territory, and Las Vegas took advantage of the turnover on the next play. 

Carr threw the ball up to the end zone, and wide receiver Davante Adams came down with it for the touchdown. The Raiders took their first lead of the game, 17-13.

They do it again

Carr and Adams hooked up for another touchdown. This one was a 45-yard flea flicker that gave the Raiders a 24-13 lead.

Incredible play

Down 14 points and faced with a fourth-and-12, Justin Herbert pulled off a 35-yard touchdown pass rolling to his right to Keenan Allen, who hauled in a contested grab. That said, the Chargers never evened up the score.

Justin Fields can run, and the second-year QB ran through the entire Packers defense to give his team a 10-0 lead.

Bears capitalize

Green Bay turned it over on downs, and Chicago made them pay. Fields hooked up with receiver Equanimeous St. Brown on a 56-yard completion before David Montgomery ran in a 7-yard score.

However, the Bears missed the extra point. They led 16-3.

Budding star

Green Bay chose to go for it on fourth-and-4 despite being in field goal range, and it paid off. Rodgers hit wide receiver Christian Watson for a 14-yard touchdown, trimming Chicago’s lead before halftime.

We got a good one

Chicago closed out the third quarter with a field goal. Then Green Bay found the end zone. 

Shortly after a 38-yard pass interference penalty, AJ Dillon ran in a 21-yard touchdown, pulling the Packers to within two.

Running away with the game

Green Bay kicked a field goal on its next possession and put the game away on its ensuing possession when Watson took a jet-sweep 46 yards for a touchdown. 

Then, the Packers converted a two-point conversion to take a two-score lead, and things ended there.

Jalen Hurts hit DeVonta Smith for a 34-yard touchdown on the opening possession of the game.

What Brown could have done for you

Wide receiver A.J. Brown burned his former team on a 41-yard touchdown, giving the Eagles a 14-7 lead.

Revenge is a dish best served cold

Brown had himself a day, as he scored his second touchdown against his former team early in the second half. This one was a 29-yard score that gave the Eagles a 28-10 lead. Philly ran away with the win in the end.

The Commanders turned a fumble recovery into a field goal, then found the end zone on their next possession. On third down, Taylor Heinicke evaded a sack and got the ball to wide receiver Terry McLaurin, who eluded a tackle and ran into the end zone. Just like that, Washington led 10-0.

Giants back in it

New York put a field goal on the board, then scored its first touchdown on its next possession. It was a drive that started with Daniel Jones hitting Darius Slayton on a 55-yard pass and ended with Saquon Barkley running in a 13-yard score. What that, the game was tied at 10 points a piece.

Giants take advantage

The Giants forced a fumble on the opening possession of the second half and made the most out of it, as Jones hit wide receiver Isaiah Hodgins for a 6-yard touchdown. They took a 20-13 lead.


Down seven with 2:47 remaining in the fourth quarter, Washington converted a fourth-and-4 from its own 27-yard line, as Heinicke kept the play alive and found wide receiver Curtis Samuel for a 20-yard completion. 

Three plays later, Heinicke hit wide receiver Jahan Dotson, who evaded multiple tackles and ran into the end zone to tie the game at 20. The game went to overtime and ended in a tie.

Jacksonville fumbled on the second play of the game, and Detroit made the Jags pay. Running back Jamaal Williams punched in a goal-line score, giving the Lions a 7-0 lead.

Lions are roaring

Wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown reeled in a touchdown pass from Jared Goff, giving Detroit a two-score lead.

Lions add to lead

Detroit had its way with Jacksonville’s defense. Late in the fourth quarter, Goff hit St. Brown for their second touchdown connection of the game en route to securing the road win.

Lamar Jackson left the game in the first quarter with a knee injury and never returned. Tyler Huntley took his place. Looking to manufacture offense with Jackson out, Baltimore ran a trick play that ended up in the opposition’s hands. Denver led 9-3.

Huntley wins it!

In the end, Huntley helped orchestrate a 16-play, game-winning drive that ended with him running in a 2-yard touchdown for the Ravens.

Steelers rookie quarterback Kenny Pickett hit tight end Connor Heyward for his first NFL touchdown. It was a 17-yard score that gave Pittsburgh a 13-3 lead.

Back in it

Atlanta got its first touchdown of the game in the closing moments of the third quarter when Marcus Mariota hit tight end MyCole Pruitt for a 7-yard score. Ultimately, though, the Falcons weren’t able to mount a comeback.

Dalvin Cook ran in a 4-yard score to give the Vikings an early 10-3 lead.

Vikings extend lead

Kirk Cousins hit wide receiver Jalen Reagor on a 38-yard deep ball. Four plays later, Alexander Mattison ran in a 14-yard score, giving Minnesota a 17-3 lead.

Big score

New York gnawed its way back into the game, but Minnesota got some breathing room when Cousins hit wide receiver Justin Jefferson for a tremendous 10-yard touchdown.

Vikings seal victory

New York responded with a touchdown and had a chance to take the lead late. However, White was intercepted by safety Camryn Bynum in the red zone to end the game.

On the first play of the game, Texans QB Kyle Allen appeared to hook up with tight end Teagan Quitoriano, but the latter bobbled the ball after hitting the ground and safety John Johnson III corralled it.

Welcome back, Mr. Watson

Deshaun Watson‘s former team intercepted him in the end zone, as safety Jalen Pitre ended Cleveland‘s drive.

Special teams score

Down 5-0 and looking for a spark, Donovan Peoples-Jones ran back a Houston punt 76 yards for a touchdown, giving Cleveland its first lead of the game.

With Houston backed up at its own 1-yard line, Allen fumbled a quarterback sneak. Cornerback Denzel Ward picked up the loose ball and ran it in for a touchdown.

Who needs offense?

The Browns scored their third touchdown of the day from defense or special teams when linebacker Tony Fields II intercepted Allen and ran it back 16 yards to the house. Cleveland took a 24-8 lead and won 27-14.

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Youngsters DeWalt, Ruth show poise on the lanes –

Poise under pressure – it’s the ability to block out surroundings and channel positive thoughts. To sink a huge putt in golf or make a clutch free throw in basketball, while hundreds behind the hoop wave signs.

To possess poise at any age is a gift. To have confidence as a teenager will not only serve well in bowling, but also come in handy in life.

This week, a couple of 16-year-old stars showed their poise, and Jordan Lanes provided the opportunity for them to rise to new heights. Jackson DeWalt celebrated his first career 300 game during the Jonathan Yost Memorial Adult/Youth tournament. Hours earlier, everything added up to huge 717 series for Jaydn Ruth.

DeWalt competed in both parts of the event. The first set was admittedly rough. But when the lane lights powered up for the second time, it all came together for the Bethlehem resident.

“I threw three shots in practice and stopped,” said the sophomore at Commonwealth Charter Academy. “I figured I didn’t want to burn my line.”

300 crept into the youngster’s head with the sixth straight strike. But the job was only half completed, and DeWalt pounded the 1-3 pocket three more times. The 10th frame loomed and it’s something he’s experienced.

“I had a 285 before, so I knew what was coming,” he said. “My goal was to keep my heartrate down. I was telling myself after the 11th one that it was all right there for me. It was just a matter of taking some deep breathes and making a good shot.”

DeWalt waited while his partner, Ryan Dry, filled out his final box. He said Dry’s approach is a bit slower, and all DeWalt wanted to do was get up and get it over with.

“I put my ball back on the rack, used the rosin bag and reset,” he recalled. “I let the last ball go and it went four boards right. It came back and it was a feeling like I have never felt before. It’s been a goal of mine this season.”

DeWalt doubled to start Game 2 before shooting his first spare. At that point, he was in it to win the event. A second game 222 was followed up with 237. His 759 reset his career-best series that had stood at 722.

The combination of DeWalt and Dry eventually captured the top slot and a $310 scholarship. He finished his season at Steel City Bowl averaging 195. He has his sights set on next weekend’s Lehigh Valley Junior Masters tournament.

The day before DeWalt’s gem, Ruth flipped the scoring switch following a little down time.

“I just came back from Florida, woke up Saturday and told myself this was a new day,” the Northampton resident said prior to her record-setting 217-263-237—717 in the Jordan Youth League. “I figured out the shot and felt comfortable.”

With a 217 in the bank, Ruth dropped nine of the next 10 racks she faced amassing 263 and a two-game 480 total. Her best series to date had been 656. That mark didn’t stand a chance as Ruth was determined to put an exclamation point on the day.

“I did add it up,” the Northampton High junior said. “I knew I needed 220, and I was relaxed. I got off to a good start and was on pace for 220. I just wanted to keep doing what I was doing. Every frame just gave me more motivation.”

Ruth polished off the match by striking all three times in the 10th. She said this was the happiest day in her short bowling career. She’s only in her fourth season and has her average hovering around the 175 mark. The 263 is seven sticks clear of her previous high game.

There was one other “first” during the Yost tournament. Damion Wynings posted his first venture over 700 when he rolled out a 701 on games of 258-254-189.

300s to 228

Rob Laubach scored another 300, this time at Nazareth Holy Family in the Lehigh Valley Clubmen’s League. Hot-handed Brian Dilley turned his scoring attention to Bath Legion with 300-781. Harvey Spaar dropped 12 at Fairview Fire Company. Joe Jancsarics, TJ Clark, Larry Fricker Jr. and Chris Slater scored 300s at Steel City. Slater topped out at 802.

Keith Wagner carded Blue Valley’s 24th perfect game of the season. Earl Bowl in Earlington saw Jared Kelley’s eighth trey, along with one from Bill Kesack.

Mike Klocek recorded 300 in the middle game of a career-high 835 at East Allen Fire Co. during the Allentown Fraternal League.

300 games

Rob Laubach, Holy Family

Brian Dilley, Bath Legion

Mike Klocek, East Allen Fire Company

Harvey Spaar, Fairview Fire

Keith Wagner, Blue Valley

Joe Jancsarics, Steel City

TJ Clark, Steel City

Bill Kesack, Earl Bowl Earlington

Larry Fricker Jr., Steel City

Chris Slater, Steel City

Season total: 228

Heather Labar, Jordan, 755

Heather Gehris, Jordan, 746

Renee Garin, Jordan, 734

Jaydn Ruth, Jordan, 717

Nicole Walker, Steel City, 708

Jess Garzio, Steel City, 705

Amy Copestick, Earl Bowl Earlington, 700

Eva Tilley, Steel City, 696

Larry Fricker Jr., Saengerbund, 828

Brent Tishuk, Blue Valley, 810

Jason Mack, Blue Valley, 803

Chris Slater, Steel City, 802

Jared Kelley, Earl Bowl Earlington, 800

Ross Winiarz, Steel City, 799

Wayne Fleming, Oakwood, 793

Joe Haines, Saengerbund, 791

Owen Darby, Earl Bowl Quakertown, 784

Allentown Clubmen’s Traveling

Men – Mike Klocek 835, Shawn Werley 752, Harvey Spaar 704, Chris Danner 690, Jess Stout 677, Kyle Morgan 670, Dom Farole 656, Jermaine Thomas 648 Jeff Bosak 646, Greg Ebert 645, Ron Brand 641, Charlie Stout 635, Henry Kern 632, Scott Adams 625, Rich Salobecke 620, Scott Kolumber 618, Tom Stephens 615, Todd Teneteylo 611, Kevin Vincent 602, Tyler Snyder 601, Scott Ringer 600

Allentown Fraternal Traveling

Men – Mark Simon 729, Justiniano Rodriguez 710, Chris Danner 697, Justin Beltrame 696, Robert Seier 691, Kevin Vincent 690, John Liming 678, Eric Rosenberger 675, Michael Eberwein 655, Tony McCoy 648, Wayne Fleming 646, Richard Kern 646, Augie Quattrini II 641

Bar-Don Lanes (Palmer Township)

Women – Jen Scott 613-576, Ellen Patten 612, Janine Finelli 585, Alyssa Shaner-Getz 538, Nicole Gulick 522, Ronnie Pavelko 510, Sarah Ayers 505, Pam Seitz 504, Gail King 500

Men – Nick Terleski 768, Gene Lattig 755-749, John Hoysan 736, Alex Amatore 730, Steve Miller 724, Jeff DeGroff 715, Ed Zupko 710, Chris Rooks 710, Kyle Schadler 709, Art Mifsud 700, Brian Dilley 699, Eli Smodish 697, Jim Patten 694, Allen Satterfield 689, Anthony Dellavechia 688, Victor Polizzi 676, Tom Mangiafico 675, Jason Kunsman 674, Austin Hoffman 666, Josh Kunsman 665, Joe Mandarino 665, Rob Laubach 664, Kurt Berger 664, Ryan Smith 663, Mike Zederbaum 659

Seniors – Bob Weppel 668, Gene Lattig 665, Charlie Woody 641, Pel DeDona 612, Bruce Smith 611, Harry Claus 596, Bud Gray 587, Joe Banis 585, Art Flegler 577, Bill McBride 575, Gene Hawk 574, Don Giamarino 570, Howard Brody 569, Butch Fogel 568, Bob Peters 563, Bill Doncsecz 561, Tom Moralis 554, Jack Corrigan 548, Lou Williams 545, John Niski 544

Bath Legion

Women – Shannon Quick 664, Charlie Amore 557, Vicky Zmyweski 541, Nicole Gulick 530, Marian Shup 526, Amanda Moyer 519, Mandy Leindecker 502, Trina Weinberg 500

Men – Brian Dilley 781, Jimmy Bendenkovitz 713, Ty Pagotto 687, Mike Vash 684, Marc Beichey 664, Bob Davidson Jr. 660, Ed Gallagher 660, Wyatt Davidson 657, Robert Davidson III 653, Aaron Heckman 649, Scott Bortz 646, Chad Wieand 645, Paul Berkowitz 645, Mike Finken 638, Al Davidson 637, Bryan Heckman 633, Mark Janda 629, Joe Mandarino 626, Milt Kelly 621, Lee Hilbert 619, Earl Grube 618, Bob Faustner Sr. 611, Ed Taylor 611, David Bastian 610, Robert Warrington 609

Blue Valley Lanes (Wind Gap)

Women – Maryanne Moroch 695, Jessie Deemer 624-583, Angelique Knecht 608-539, Angela Shafer 586, Mich Bosques 575, Kelly Kuniques 562, Vicki Mack 552, Kelly Angello 555, Gina Kogan 544, Alayna Rosynek 534, Kathleen Hardenstine 534, FayAnn Knecht 529, Darcy Szabo 518, Brittney Miller 503, Mindy Graham 500

Men – Brent Tishuk 810, Jason Mack 803-705, Alan Hess 779-741, Tyler Heckman 771, Ralph McCandless III 768, David Lieberman 760, Harry Rieger 742, Keith Wagner 742, Jim Patten 736, Jay Palmieri 737, Ron High 730, Bill Dailey 728, Dave Seyfried 715-689, John Raychel 714, Kendrix Burriss 713, Tyrone Bergland 699, Kyle Horn 699 Rob Dutt 693, Jacob Voorhees 691, Dennis Kocher II 685, Jim Gurski 684, Charles Dridfort 684, Hunter Metzger 680, Justin Strouse 679, Eric Garity 675

Seniors – Ken Carifi 650-595, Pat Fardella 650, Les Sharp 649, Joe Fook 635, Vine Bruno 620, Joe Ponnett 605, Tom Bondurich 583, Terry Huff 572, Jay VanHorn 545, Lenny DeLoranzo 541, Jon Haskowich 528, Don Gouber 525, Frank Calvitti 521, Mike Longi 521, Tom Donahue 514, Richard Snyder 508, Cathy Bruuno 513, Nann Pannettiere 496, Diaba Calvitti 492-489, Elaine Borger 476, Jenny Swan 475

Coplay Saengerbund

Women – Melanie Sipics 613, Shannon Quick 545

Men – Joe Haines 791, Henry Kern 741, Jim Conklin 706, Steve Kirkpatrick 702, Bob Davidson 696, Al Davidson 690, Jeff Kerbacher 684, Travis Jones 678, Bob Thear 676, Matt Beichey 671, Keith Wagner 668, Todd Conklin 659, Marc Beichey 657, Gene Chandler 646, Rob Daku 645, Bill Najpauer 642, Robert Davidson III 639, Tyler Fuschetto 638, John Moser 638, Matt Kasprenski 629, Mike Sagl 627, Scott Shiner 626, Wally Myers 625, Josh Stout 624, Mike Finken, Jr. 622

Earl Bowl (Earlington)

Women – Amy Copestick 700, Colleen Bruder 651, Liz Hunsicker 608, Maribeth Baker 605, Jillian Toy 598, Jennifer Lehman 597, Rose Weiss 579, Monica Schroeder 572, Margie Gaasche 567, Angela Reckner 562

Men – Jared Kelley 800-765, Rocco Granese 759, Dan Krapf 758, Mannie Santos 748, Bill Gaasche 740, Randy Waite 738, Dave Landis 737, Ken Snyder 731, Jon Kratz 728, Jason Snyder 728, Scott Keeler 723, Dave Kratz 722, Gary Strayer 719, Ray Cohen 718, Carlos Cartagena 716, Barry Ziegler 712, Bill Kesack 703

Earl Bowl (Quakertown)

Women – Betsy Christman 685, Carol Slifer 566, April Gardner 532, Cindy Spier 523, Maggie Lorah 513, Kelsey Trautman 507, Mary Kaiser 506

Men – Owen Darby 784, Tom Wireman 756, Derek Scherff 730, Mike Ewashko 723, Jon Oxenford 712, Chris Kramer 709, Brian Foellner 703, Matt Frank 690, Ray Kemp 680, Jeremy Smith 674, Mike Weil 671, Matt Reimer 663, Jim Ficarra 662, George Fadil 652, Steve Skarbowski 651, Tom Tracey 644, Billy Cronmiller 642

Seniors – Tom Wireman 756, Ken Quire 688, Wayne Thompson 673, Dave Sickles 659, Randy Southwick 657, Ken Snyder 638, Lale Byers 629, Lamont Christman 602, Steve Lowe 596, Bob Bauman 573

Haja Rose Bowl (Allentown)

Women – Lisa Racosky 676, Lisa Campbell 664, Jamie Lindsay 662, Jackie Stine 655, Heather Labar 632, Kim Sicher 626, Amy Giberson 625, Lisa Bone 620, Danea Schmidt 599, Audrey Gable 594, Jess Stout 592

Men – Calvin Neff 727, Alex Friz 727, Rich Miller 723, Jimmy Huynh 701, Doug Kershner 696, Joe Altieri Jr. 672, Tucker Kuhlmann 666, Hal Ruth 665, Harry Siegel 664, Chad Kercher 664, Brian Sterner 662, Chuckie Gillenwater 662, Bill Lindsay 660, Jason Cicali 659, Pedro Ayala 659

Seniors – Bill Hichar 671, Jerry Lewis 646, Doug Young 635, Pedro Quinones 623, Walt Christoff 620, Barry Ruth 588, Will Schoemaker 583, Dennis Miller 582, Ad Kostenbauder 580, Don DeLong 575, Carol Dignazio 574, Sue Leposa 542, Shirley Lisek

541, Lucy Schiminek 527, Janice Wilson 519, Diane Seng 516, Patty Little 505, Kathy Schuler 502, Dottie Ruth 499, Ann Gurniak 492

Jordan Lanes (Allentown)

Women – Heather Labar 755, Jenn Miller 681, Renee Garin 679-620, Mary Ellen Alcalde 660, Erika Poandl 626, Deanne Hoenscheid 621, April Crouthamel 619, Karlene Fania 607, Jackie Stine 603

Men – Jacob Snyder 774, Matt Walsh 771-728, Larry Schade 766, Allen Hunsicker 756, Josh Stout 749, Marty Berke 749, Bob Palulis 747, Todd Smith 747, Scott Moore 738, Zach Smolin 731, Lance Berghold 721, Chris Danner 717, Leon Johnson 714, Mike Jennings 712, Jason Benner 710, Pete Bresnak 709, Mark Weider 705, Terry Thompson 702, Andrew Tilton 702

Lehigh Valley Clubmens

Women – Krista Sandt 649

Men – Larry Fricker Jr. 828, Michael Burd 758, Joshua Samuelson 739, Larry Schade 734, Michael Jennings 722, Peter Bresnak 709, Matthew Walsh 696, Jacob Snyder 685, Owen Darby 682, Jason Benner 668, Jeff Bosak 665, Lee Sandt 655, Robert Laubach 652, Matthew Beichey 650, Christopher Benner 648, Alan Davidson 642, Tyler Slater 640, Austin Slater 639, Timothy Roof 639, Steven Cortright 636, James Patten 628, Scott Weinberg 620, Chad Wieand 620, Augie Quattrini II 620, Karl Laubach 614

National Sokols (Bethlehem)

Men – Jeff Bednarik 706, Jeff Bosak 685, Erik Walck 676, Jeff Hartney 667, Pete Rivera 662, Joe Ragazino 658, Gary Hartney 655, Alex Suarez 648, Ethan Arner 638, Zach Assad 636, Ralph Bellafatto 629, Nik Wellner 626, Joe McCartney 610, Lovell Bivins 607, Jacob Christman 604

Nazareth Holy Family

Women – Charlie Amore 583, Donna Beal 565, MaryAnn Young 556, Annette Kinney 551, Cindy Haydt 536, MaryAnn Thomas 504, Judy Cappelli 501

Men – Nick Terleski Jr. 765, Jon Nagy 738-628, Mike Fox 732, Scott Pysher 713, Dave Betz 709-610, Jules Miknyoczki 687-618, Andy Toth 685, Mike Balogh 684, Mike Meischeid 682, Cole Haydt 677, John Miller 663, Chris Manini 648, Matt Opdyke 644, Noah Durnin 637, Steve Hess 635, Joe Zelasko 633, Glenn Pietroforte 632, Jason Stocker 629, Kevin Danner 620, Mike Hawk 618, Dorey Badolato 614, Matt Butz 613, Bryan Rice 604, Jim Bendekovitz 601

Oakwood (Washington, N.J.)

Women – Nicole Knittle 666, Jan Henderson 617, Jenna Henderson 679-640-566, Beth Romanello 619, Rebecca Armand 618, Melinda McSween 589, Amanda Burdett 581, Jenna Robaey 578, Julie Mills 571, Jan Henderson 562, Barb Roth 556, Christine Salvadore 552

Men – Wayne Fleming 793, Harry Rieger 778-687, Tim Emery 769, Brent Tishuk 768, Doug Ackerman 741, Brent Sweeney 735, Rob Plenge 734, Francis Vitelli 733-685, Dan Benovitz 725, Bobby Collins Jr. 724-708, Paul Manozzi 720-707, Anthony Johnston 720, Jim Gurski 717, Brian Duke 716, Steve Walker 715-713, Mike Burd 712, Nate Burns 711, Pete Appleby 710, Ron Arace 710, Ricky Exner 707-693, Len Irvine Jr. 702, Jason Winch 701, Brian Kopack 698, Kevin Drake 697, Joe Valko 695, Ernie Lukacs Jr. 695

Seniors – Don Smith 637, Bruce Eskesen 635, George Esposito 607, Leroy Pope 601-563, Bruce Stepnowski 599, Joe Ilg 598, Chuck Kovacs 596-564, Win Seipel 594, Dennis Hart 561, Floyd Stafford 546, Elaine Bright 606, Darla Stewart 530, Joanne Hockenbury 505, Cindy Pagano 500

Steel City (Bethlehem)

Women – Jenna Henderson 769, Nicole Walker 705, Jess Garzio 705, Eva Tilley 696, Jenna Garman 681, Marian Shup 659-592, Olivia Cicero 651-582, Jessica Bendekovitz 627, Krista Sandt 622, Ashley Nedley 590-574, Kris Polster 569, Amy Delong 567, Trina Weinberg 563-515, Barbara Harris 555, Michele Tasillo 535, Darcy Szabo 526, Gina Luszik 519, Heather Jacobs 509

Men – Chris Slater 802, Ross Winiarz 799, Mike Burd 770, Ed Gallagher 769, Brent Tishuk 769, TJ Clark 762, Jacob Snyder 750, Mark Moyer 748, Nick Cassium 741, Charles Harris 741, Terry Heckman 737, Aaron Heckman 734, Jason Gehret 729, Michael Murray 727, Joe Jancsarics 726, Zach Dunham 724, Anthony Johnston 723, Darren Flynn 721, Ted Long 721, Sal Cicero 719, Zakee Ibrahiim 715, Kendrix Burriss 710, Tim Butz 702, Brian Dilley 701

Seniors – Frank Donchez 687-623, Bill Henderson 678, John Gugliotta 640, Tom Anthony 640, Bill Lightcap 628, Tony Mccoy 628, Bob Dunham 615, Lou Dax 604, Douglas Head 599, Paul Darby 598

Warren Lanes (Phillipsburg)

Women – Jenna Garman 632, Linda Juray 584-540, Rachel Carhart 567, Cathy Gauthier 553, Cassie Babbage 551-531, Kristina Wengryn 540, Kelly Kunigus 525-508, Michelle Wagner 521, Susan Agliata 518, Rhonda Jenkins 518-501, Lakisha Bergland 518, Ann Marie Coppola 513

Men – Steve Santoro 683, Brandon Zellner 678, Andy Myers 672, Jonathan Valko 669, Curt Ryder 667, Tyrone Bergland 665, Gary Hill 662, Charles Martin 658, Scott Falco 657, Alex Wasserman 655, Aly Williams 654, Thomas Mathews 653, Doug Miller 650, Ray Tomei 645, Bob Reese 644, Jeremy Apgar 641, Larry Searles 638, Zach Bishop 636, Travis Conway 635, Dave Hartung 611

Seniors – Bill Rodenbough 630, Gary Viola 625, Tom Discafani 594, Steve Porto 586, Vince Santonastaso 584, Carmen Santoro 578, Charlie Martin 576, Dave Deremer 571, Steve Reagle 568, Al Curving 566, Clara Moore 492, Mary Schwenderman 476, Liz Pierson 476, Sue Gallagher 470, Robin Smith 469, Judy Livermore 468, Linda Toth 468, Joan Parker 463, Sandy Vangeli 459, Shirley Sansonetti 454

Junior scores

Blue Valley – Drayden Byrd 147, Cooper Schab 142, Kolten Handwerk 129, Alexis Schoeneberger 93, Kaitlyn Phillips 91

Jordan – Xander Koller 129, Angie Storm 125, Ava Martin 118, Gabe Moyer 116, Madisyn Swinger 107, Anthony Collazo 91

Rose Bowl – KK Frey 101, Meadow Schussler 110, Skylar Martens 122, Connor Neff 100, D’Marquez Rosa 111, Nicholas DiBucci 117

Bar-Don – Will Bowen 113, Ian Polizzi 91, Krithik Bheemannagari 105

Blue Valley – DeShawn Byrd 182, Addison Olszewski 169, Brady Schab 159, Blake Roof 159, Tempestt Newton 126, Zoey Strouse 125

Rose Bowl – Safire Cascio 125, Caytlin Lavelanet 128, Gracie Karmazyn 166, David Teyim 138, Wade Johnson 146, Carson Schussler 150

Bar-Don – Chase Laubach 191, Scott Cacciatore 122, Josh Clark 137, Dylan Bartholomew 116, Eli Polizzi 151, Amit Bheemannagari 111

Blue Valley – CJ Cornell 209, Tanner Laubach 193, Jake Blatz 189

Jordan – Lucas Romero 207, Colby Harris 180, Rylan Crouthamel 163, Elayna Storm 127, Katianne Lightcap 96

Rose Bowl – Maddy Murray 200, Madison Lesher 205, Addison Quattrini 257, Damion Wynings 225, Danny Schiffert 228, Augie Quattrini 245

Bar-Don – Kenny Getz 168, Jay Bowen 154, Kayla Patten 236, Kendra Getz 155

Blue Valley – Travis Remaly 238, Mason Pados 234, Gavin Mack 217, Kaylee Patch 202, Alora Brown 160, Kelsey Laubach 133

Jordan – Jadyn Ruth 263, Matthew Braun 236, Dezlyn Brand 232, Dakota Levene 227, Alexis Krasley 224, Collin Miller 217

Junior Traveling – Jackson Dewalt 300, Makenzie Morgan 227, Eli Kercher 278, Brendan Hunsicker 258, Brady Weilamann 258

Rose Bowl – Allison Heminitz 100, Tifa Sanchez 125, Emily Christman 150, Julien Beltrame 221, David Markowitz 256, Brandon Suazo 257

Girls 500 and over

Blue Valley – Kaylee Patch 555

Jordan – Jadyn Ruth 717, Dezlyn Brand 608, Alexis Krasley 565, Makenzie Morgan 513

Junior Traveling – Sicora Floyd 602, Makenzie Morgan 549, Julia Skarbowski 524

Rose Bowl – Madison Lesher 523. Sicora Floyd 548, Maddy Murray 549, Addison Quattrini 609

Boys 550 and over

Blue Valley – Travis Remaly 572, Mason Pados 572

Jordan – Matthew Braun 586, Dakota Levene 582, Collin Miller 559

Junior Traveling – Brady Weilamann 718, Brendan Hunsicker 711, Ian Hoenscheid 689

Rose Bowl – Ethan Frey 569, Josiah Floyd 575, Christian Fuhrman 577, Eli Kercher 598, Damion Wynings 609, Julien Beltrame 637, Brandon Suazo 639, David Markowitz 689, Augie Quattrini 697

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