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21 throw their hats in the ring for Supreme Court opening

first_img21 throw their hats in the ring for Supreme Court opening June 1, 2002 Regular News 21 throw their hats in the ring for Supreme Court openingTwenty-one lawyers and judges have applied to replace retiring Justice Major Harding on the Florida Supreme Court. Seven are district court of appeal judges, seven are circuit judges, and seven are practicing attorneys.Applications had to be filed by 5 p.m. May 17, and the Supreme Court Judicial Nominating Commission was scheduled to meet to begin reviewing them on May 23, after this News went to press, and conduct interviews beginning June 5 in Tampa.Those applying were: Second District Court of Appeal Judge Chris Altenbernd, 53, of Tampa; First Circuit Judge Kenneth Bell, 46, of Pensacola; attorney Raoul G. Cantero III, 41, of Miami; attorney Edward Royce Curtis, 61, of Ft. Lauderdale; Second DCA Judge Virginia Maria Hernandez Covington, 45, of Lakeland; 10th Circuit Judge Robert L. Doyel, 56, of Bartow; 18th Circuit Judge O.H. Eaton, 59, of Sanford; Assistant City Attorney William N. Drake, Jr., 56, of St. Petersburg; 11th Circuit Judge Gisela Cardonne Ely, 51, of Miami; Ninth Circuit Judge Robert M. Evans, 48, of Orlando; Fifth DCA Judge Charles M. Harris, 67, of Daytona Beach; First Circuit Judge Terry Michael Jones, 51, of Pensacola; 18th Circuit Court Judge Debra Steinberg Nelson, 48, of Sanford; First District Court of Appeal Judge Ricky L. Polston, 46, of Tallahassee; First DCA Judge Philip J. Padovano, 55, of Tallahassee; Northern Region Capital Collateral Regional Counsel Michael P. Reiter, 54, of Tallahassee; attorney Kenneth Wayne Sukhia of Tallahassee; attorney Albert Tellechea, 51, of Orlando; First DCA Judge Peter D. Webster, 53, of Tallahassee; attorney John Williams, 53, of Tallahassee; and First DCA Judge James Robert Wolf, 51, of Tallahassee.last_img read more

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Daybreak announce KOTK esports circuit with $1 million in prize money

first_imgDaybreak Game Company, the developer behind H1Z1: King of the Kill (“KOTK”) has announced an esports circuit with $1,000,000 on the line. It comes as Daybreak look to establish King of the Kill, a survivor based shooting game, as an esport. The tournament series, dubbed the “H1Z1 Elite Series” will bring together the top performing players around the world to create a large professional circuit. The Elite Series will be competed across four regions, with the first taking place at DreamHack Atlanta on July 21st. The four regions are North America, Asia, Europe and Latin America and each region will have $250,000 up for grabs.At DreamHack Atlanta, Daybreak will run two separate tournaments. One will be a solo tournament, where the winner will take the lion’s share of an impressive $100,000. The second is a team based tournament, where the winning team will split the majority of $250,000. It will not be competed in the game’s duo format but instead in the five versus five format. Obey Alliance, World Best Gaming, Denial Esports and CLG have all been confirmed as taking part in the tournaments at DreamHack. Others will have to qualify in preliminary rounds, which will be run at the event out in Atlanta. The game emerged as a fan-favourite due to its popularity on Twitch. Many of the world’s biggest and most watched Twitch streamers at least went through a phase where they streamed the popular survival game – yet many have now left it behind. The emergence of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has seen many a streamer swap one survival game for another, amidst continued frustration with regards to certain gameplay aspects. It remains to be seen whether H1Z1: King of the Kill can really make it as an esport. In a five versus five competitive setup, more conservative play is encouraged (as it is a survival game) and thus it is often not as exciting to spectate as when popular streamers hunt for kills. Additionally, the spectating is often not smooth and PUBG seems to be increasingly popular.Esports Insider says: Interesting to see such a huge amount of money pumped into this. As aforementioned it remains to be seen whether or not it will really take off and if there’s truly an audience for competitive KOTK. It’s great to watch on stream so here’s hoping it can translate to an esports audience.last_img read more

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Louisville hands No. 12 UNC worst home loss under Roy Williams

first_imgLouisville’s Steven Enoch (23) reacts following a basket against North Carolina during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in Chapel Hill, N.C., Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Louisville went from suffering a confidence-jarring loss against a long-struggling Atlantic Coast Conference program to handing Roy Williams his worst home loss in 16 seasons with North Carolina.Tough to explain? Even the Hall of Famer had a hard time with that.ADVERTISEMENT Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil “I’ve been around the game enough to know you can be humbled on any given night and then erase a bitter feeling a few nights later,” Mack said. “I don’t know how football coaches do it, they get one game a week.”Connecticut transfer Steven Enoch had season highs of 17 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Cardinals, causing all kinds of matchup problems with his 6-foot-11 frame and strength to post up deep in the paint. Dwayne Sutton added 17 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists to flirt with a triple double, helping the Cardinals shoot 52 percent while hitting 11 3-pointers.More importantly, the Cardinals controlled the glass (40-31) against one of the nation’s best rebounding teams, keeping the Tar Heels from getting loose in transition (four fast-break points) with solid defense.“Angry should be the motto for this team — playing angry and aggressive,” Enoch said. “That’s how it’s always been for Louisville basketball.”Kenny Williams scored 12 points for the Tar Heels (12-4, 2-1), who spent most of Saturday looking like a team searching for something — anything — to build around. They shot 35 percent, including 3 of 22 on 3-pointers, and committed 11 second-half turnovers.ADVERTISEMENT Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college “Having good practices leading into the games means a lot,” said season-leading scorer Cameron Johnson, who had 10 points. “Even with that being said, no excuse to play the way we did.”UP NEXTLouisville: The Cardinals host Boston College on WednesdayUNC: The Tar Heels host Notre Dame on Tuesday. Kylian Mbappe scores 14th of Ligue 1 in PSG’s 3-0 win at Amiens Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next BIG PICTURELouisville: The Pitt loss certainly was a low point considering the Panthers had lost 25 of 26 games against league teams since February 2017. The Cardinals didn’t spend much time sulking, instead hitting their first seven shots with four 3-pointers to quickly set the tone.“Our locker room was pretty glum, I didn’t help the matter when I walked in and got after them,” Mack said of the Pitt loss. “I thought their response was pretty good.“But I said at one point to our coaching staff: ‘Hey, we could come in here and play really hard and play really well and play together and still lose. Good teams do that.’ … So yeah, a little surprised, but pleased with our guys’ effort and attitude and response from the Pittsburgh game.”UNC: It was hard to see this coming. The Tar Heels had won four straight, the first three by at least 20 points followed by a victory at 15th-ranked rival North Carolina State on Tuesday night. Yet all that momentum vanished in a woeful performance that included bad shooting, a poor performance on the glass and defense that frequently failed to beat the Cardinals to a spot.“I’m a little bit of a loss, but that’s OK,” Williams said. “It happens in coaching. We have a wonderful group of kids that we’ve got to prepare better, and we’ve got a head coach that’s trying but not doing very well.”BIG MARGINRoy Williams’ previous worst margin of defeat in Chapel Hill with UNC was a 69-53 loss to rival Duke in March 2013. It was also UNC’s worst home loss since January 2002, an 87-58 loss to Duke under former coach Matt Doherty during an 8-20 season.WARNING SIGNSRoy Williams said the Tar Heels had a “very mediocre” practice two days ago, then another Friday. 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The Panthers had lost by 25 points at home to the Tar Heels a few days earlier.Louisville (11-5, 2-1) responded by strolling into Chapel Hill, jumping on UNC early and turning a 43-34 halftime lead into an unexpected rout. Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES View comments Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines?last_img read more

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Wigan striker Riera set for January transfer window move?

first_img Oriol Riera in action for Wigan 1 Wigan striker Oriol Riera could be set to leave the Championship club in the January transfer window – despite only joining in the summer.The 28-year-old moved to the DW Stadium in June, arriving from Osasuna for £2m after the Spanish side suffered relegation from La Liga.However since making the switch Riera has managed just six starts in the Championship, finding the net on only one occasion.The striker has now reportedly received several proposals from La Liga clubs offering to bring him back to Spain during the January transfer window.During his final season in La Liga with Osasuna, Riera notched 13 goals in 37 league games despite the club finishing 18th in the league.last_img read more

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