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Athletes, Parents Celebrate Fall Seasons

first_img Fenceviewer Staff The Mount Desert Island High School golf team displays their banner for winning the Penobscot Valley Golf Conference this year, qualifying them for the post season state tournament.BAR HARBOR — Parents, coaches, and students crowded into the Mount Desert Island High School (MDIHS) gymnasium on Nov. 7 for the Fall Athletic Banquet. For seniors gathered there, it was an emotional recap of their final fall season.“For many of us, this will be the last games we will play, but not that does not mean we are done,” said student speaker Danika Kanu, captain of the cheerleading squad. “To me, this experience of talking up here will last forever.”Ms. Kanu credited the MDIHS athletics program with helping her peers become independent, compassionate young adults. Those qualities, she hoped, would outlast their careers as young athletes. “For all of you up there giggling at me, it’s been real,” she said.Student speaker Max Mason, a senior soccer player, clarified what it meant to win. When he first joined the soccer team, he hoped only to be without losses. But in subsequent years, that perspective grew to encompass a sense of belonging among his peers, he said.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text“It’s about team breakfast at the crack of dawn. It’s about ordering too many pancakes and saying, ‘Hey Andrew,’” he recalled. “It’s playing love songs on your way back from a terrible defeat.”Because of his experience in sports, he grew not just as an athlete, “but as an individual thinker,” he said.Athletics director Bunky Dow thanked parents of the booster club, which raised money for sporting events, as well as the coaches and family members of the athletes.Following those speeches, Mr. Dow and coaches announced awards for both athletic and academic achievements. Soccer players Opal Curless, Audyn Curless, and Hannah Shaw were selected for the Eastern Maine Class B Regional All Star Teams.The following athletes were selected for Penobscot Valley Conference (PVC) teams, determined by coaches across Maine.Maggie Painter     cross country       PVC first teamWaylon Henggeler         cross country       PVC first teamOlivia Erickson    cross country       PVC first teamIsabel Erickson     cross country       PVC first teamCaroline Driscoll  cross country       PVC first teamJordan Harris       cross country       PVC first teamRebecca Planchart          cross country       PVC second teamWill Richard         cross country       PVC second teamRansom Burgess  cross country       PVC second teamRalph Magnani    cross country       PVC second teamEthan Craigo        cross country       PVC second teamOpal Curless        soccer                   PVC first teamHannah Shaw       soccer                   PVC first teamAudyn Curless     soccer                   PVC first teamSummer Cast       soccer                   PVC second teamChris Clemens      soccer                   PVC second teamEzra Hallett football       PVC first team linebackerAdam Gray football       PVC first team offensive tackleTrevor Alley         football       PVC second team defensive tackleBen Walls   Golf   PVC first teamKeegan McKim    Golf   PVC first teamMorgan Kelley     Golf   PVC first teamAbby Jewett         volleyball    All State first teamMadeline Cook     volleyball    All State second teamThe following players were selected to the All Maine Academic team by maintaining an average of 90 or above (out of 100) for six consecutive terms or longer.Keegan McKimChris HeelRachel McMinimyAudyn CurlessAndrew DaltonIan SampsonChris ClemensMax MasonSam JacobsonMaureen GrubbSummer CastLeah KellyAllie StanleyTom ReillyDrew DagracaIsaac WallaceAdam GraySam RobertsonEzra HallettAbby JewettCaroline BrownYina SunFor more sports news, pick up a copy of the Mount Desert Islander. Bio Latest Posts Schoodic Grange hosting sale – October 30, 2014center_img Latest posts by Fenceviewer Staff (see all) Fitness trainer is now cancer-exercise expert – October 12, 2014 Town report wins award – October 11, 2014last_img read more

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Andre Ingram takes the stage again for the Lakers

first_img Trail Blazers, Grizzlies advance to NBA play-in game; Suns, Spurs see playoff dreams dashed Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Lakers, Clippers schedules set for first round of NBA playoffs Related Articles Lakers practice early hoping to answer all questions How athletes protesting the national anthem has evolved over 17 years center_img But whether or not he gets his points in his latest stint, Ingram said it meant more to him to be called up with 16 games to play instead of getting a more honorary nod with two games to go last year. He appreciates that although the Lakers are all but out of the playoffs, there are some stakes to the games he’s playing.“Last year was amazing, but this year, it means a little more,” he said. “This is not just an Andre Ingram Day, it’s a Los Angeles Lakers game that you need to win, and this trip will be a good one to get some wins on. So that’s really the focus, genuinely to help the team win any way I can, whatever part I play in it.”Ingram is a beloved teammate in the G League, where two-way point guard Alex Caruso said he enjoys sharing the floor with him. While he might not get many chances with some of his other Laker teammates, they’re getting a flavor for why Ingram’s story has resonated so widely.“I think it’s an unbelievable story of just perseverance and just having a goal and having a dream,” LeBron James said. “So he has a great spirit, even with everything he’s been through, and we’re happy to have him for as long as we got him.” CHICAGO — You’d think that age brings a heightened sense of intuition – that one can sense a change in the winds more naturally.But Andre Ingram admits otherwise: The Lakers surprised him twice.“You know, really no inclination,” he laughed. “Yeah, they got me again.”The 33-year-old was stunned again to learn he had been called up for a 10-day contract on Monday morning, as he was trekking with his G League teammates through O’Hare airport on the way to a game in Wisconsin. Instead, he stayed in Chicago and now plans to join the Lakers through their entire five-game trip. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersThe story he authored last season – the one that was at one time the subject of a possible movie deal – was unforgettable: After a decade toiling in the NBA’s developmental league and scoring more 3-pointers than anyone at that level, Ingram notched 19 points while hitting four of his five shots from deep in his NBA debut last April.His first appearance of this NBA season was less memorable: Ingram subbed in with 4.3 seconds left in the third quarter, specifically to run a play to end the period. Walton subbed him out again to start the fourth.Still, it didn’t stop a number of fans from applauding Ingram as he checked in – a sign of just how far his story has traveled. And Ingram, who ended up playing two minutes in the 123-107 victory over the Bulls, didn’t mind his small role in the moment.“Grateful for the time I was out there,” Ingram said, laughing. “If that’s how I can help out on any particular night, that’s what it has to be. I have no problem with that at all.”Ingram was able to fire off one shot attempt – a miss – off a pass from Rajon Rondo. He caught an inkling that the Bulls knew the Lakers would be trying to pass to him in the game’s closing minutes. Trail Blazers beat Grizzlies in play-in, earn first-round series with the Lakers last_img read more

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SANTA ANITA OAKS QUOTES-SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2019

first_imgJOCKEY QUOTES FLAVIEN PRAT, BELLAFINA, WINNER:  “We were a little wide on the first turn.  I didn’t want to get in any trouble, so I got her to be comfortable and relax.  At the 3/8ths pole, she ducked out a little and the others got away from us. We regrouped and when we made our move and got the lead, I was quite confident. I’m looking forward to the Kentucky Oaks. I’m confident that she will run better than she did in the Breeders. Cup.”TRAINER QUOTESSIMON CALLAGHAN, BELLAFINA, WINNER: “It worked out perfectly, she relaxed great, did exactly what Flavien wanted, and she was there when he wanted her, so it worked out as we hoped. (Noted she was wide into the first turn): We weren’t sure what the tactics were going to be on the inside of us and we didn’t want to commit to going to the lead because then we could be pressured. We figured staying out wide made sense.”If all goes as planned, Bellafina runs next in the Kentucky Oaks on May 3.OWNER QUOTESKALEEM SHAH, BELLAFINA, WINNER: “This is a very humbling sport so I’m always hoping for the best but anticipating anything could happen in a race. At the top of the stretch she switched leads and went on her way. I was thrilled to see her performance today. Last time in Louisville I think the team was disappointed; we were hoping for a win obviously but that didn’t happen, but let’s see what happens this time. If everything goes well, I think Churchill Downs is the next stop. I definitely wish that race in Kentucky was run here in Arcadia.”CARLOS BELLAFINA’S GROOM, BELLAFINA, WINNER:” Working for the horses is the best thing in the world but Bellafina, she is really special, and this team, they are the best people.”NOTES: The winning owner is Kaleem Shah, Inc.Kaleem Shah’s Bellafina and jockey Flavien Prat win the Grade I, $400,000 Santa Anita Oaks, Saturday, April 6, 2019 at Santa Anita Park, Arcadia CA.© BENOIT PHOTOlast_img read more

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Servicers Get Ready for CFPBs Updated Rules

first_img in Daily Dose, Headlines, News, Servicing By Kendall BaerAll provisions of the CFPB’s mortgage servicing final rule and interpretive rule were published in the Federal Register on October 19, most becoming effective 12 months after the date of publication (October 19, 2017) with the exception of the “successor in interest provisions” and “bankruptcy periodic statement” that will become effective 18 months from the date of publication (April 19, 2018).The 900-page finalized set of rules on mortgage servicing, unveiled in early August, were designed to ensure that homeowners, struggling borrowers, and property heirs are treated fairly by mortgage servicers. CFPB officials Laurie Maggiano, Manager for Servicing and Securitization Markets, Research, and Regulation, and Laura Johnson, Senior Counsel in the Office of Regulations, presented an overview of policy and programs that impact the mortgage industry based on these rules at the Five Star Conference and Expo in Dallas in September. This was one of the first times the Bureau provided an in-depth, in-person training since the promulgation of the new servicing rules since they were finalized on August 4.CFPB Director Richard Cordray said, “These updates to the rule will give greater protections to mortgage borrowers, particularly surviving family members and other successors in interest, who often are especially vulnerable.”The finalized rules dictate that servicers must provide certain borrowers with foreclosure protections more than once over the life of the loan. According to the CFPB, this change will be particularly helpful for borrowers who obtain a permanent loan modification and later suffer an unrelated hardship, such as the loss of a job or the death of a family member, that could otherwise cause them to face foreclosure. Servicers must also clarify borrower protections when the servicing of a loan is transferred and provide important loan information to borrowers in bankruptcy.The updated rules also more clearly define various roles in the foreclosure process. For those who inherit property, the potential foreclosure process has been especially perilous. The updated rules establish a broad definition of “successor in interest” that generally includes persons who receive property upon the death of a relative or joint tenant, via divorce or legal separation, through certain trusts, or from a spouse or parent and gives them, generally, the same protections outlined under the CFPB’s mortgage servicing rules as the original borrower.These amendments also require servicers to notify borrowers when loss mitigation applications are complete and provide greater protection for struggling borrowers during servicing transfers. The rules also clarify servicers’ obligations to avoid dual-tracking and prevent wrongful foreclosures, as well as when a borrower becomes delinquent.To learn more about these rules, click HERE. October 19, 2016 814 Views Sharecenter_img Servicers, Get Ready for CFPB’s Updated Rules CFPB Mortgage Servicers 2016-10-19 Seth Welbornlast_img read more

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