Tags: Roundup FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBoys Basketball3-A 1st RoundMT. PLEASANT, Utah-Brady Jacobson posted 16 points on 5-10 from the field and Dallon Steadman (11 points, 8 rebounds) made a key bucket in the closing seconds as the No. 16 seed North Sanpete Hawks outlasted No. 17 seed Maeser 56-50 Wednesday in the first round of the 3-A boys state tournament.Matt Miller and Hugh Jackson had 13 points apiece in the loss for the Lions, who fell to 5-18 and 0-13 in Region 14 play. The Hawks, who improved to 8-14 and 5-8 in Region 14 play, next face No. 1 seed Manti Saturday at 12:50 pm in the second round of the 3-A boys state tournament at USU-Eastern Utah in Price.2-A 1st RoundFILLMORE, Utah-Kael Myers posted 18 points and Tyce Davies added 17 more as the No. 11 seed Millard Eagles clobbered Utah Military-Hillfield 98-48 in the first round of the 2-A boys state tournament Wednesday. James Summers’ 16 points led the Thunderbirds in defeat. The Eagles next face No. 6 seed American Heritage Saturday at 8:10 pm in the second round of the 2-A state tournament at Snow College in Ephraim.SALINA, Utah-Burke Mickelsen netted 22 points and the No. 12 seed North Sevier Wolves pounded No. 21 Freedom Prep 84-39 Wednesday in the first round of the 2-A boys state tournament. Breven Imes’ 13 points led the Eagles in the loss. North Sevier next draws No. 5 seed Gunnison Valley Saturday at 10:10 am a Snow College in Ephraim in the second round of the 2-A state tournament.Girls BasketballRegion 20 TournamentMILFORD, Utah-Madysen Griffiths posted 14 points and the Milford Tigers edged Panguitch 52-51 Wednesday in the first round of the Region 20 tournament. Kiesa Miller’s 21 points led the Bobcats in the loss.ORDERVILLE, Utah-Jannie Hoyt stepped up with 13 points while the Valley Buffaloes smacked Water Canyon 49-35 in the first round of the Region 20 tournament Wednesday. Melissa Jessop had 17 points in defeat for the Wildcats.JUNCTION, Utah-Ashley Talbot amassed 25 points and the Piute Thunderbirds hammered Escalante 58-30 Wednesday in the first round of the Region 20 tournament. Kenzie Lyman’s 13 points led the Moquis in defeat.TROPIC, Utah-Brooklyn Syrett led the way with 15 points and the Bryce Valley Mustangs stonewalled Wayne 39-28 in the first round of the Region 20 tournament Wednesday. Allee VanDyke’s 8 points led the Badgers in the loss. Written by February 12, 2020 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 2/12 Brad James
by: Dr. Michael WoodyAs Valentine’s Day approaches it’s a great time to consider the lessons that love can teach us about leading others and appreciating the contributions of those who have helped to make us successful.In that spirit I wanted to share some thoughts from Maria Pinelli, EY Global Vice Chair for Strategic Growth Markets and Bryan Pearce, EY Global Leader for Venture Capital and the Accelerating Entrepreneurs program, on the lessons love can teach us about leading and growing your business.Invest in YourselfYou can’t love others if you don’t love yourself first. Loving yourself is really about finding ways to make yourself better. Good leaders invest in themselves by making the time for self-improvement through mental nourishment. Pearce believes investing in yourself “requires introspection, self-awareness, and a keen sense of strategy.” He points out that “as a leader, you can never stand still” because the world is constantly changing. To be an effective leader you must embrace self-directed learning. Whether it’s a book, podcast, or formal training, carve out time each week for some sort of self-improvement activity, so you can be the leader your team needs. continue reading » 5SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
“We are asking a little sacrifice fromthe ‘strandees’ because the ECQ is part of the prevention control implementedfor the good of everyone,” he said. “All municipal mayors of the 18 towns ofAntique are enjoined to implement an enhanced community quarantine in theirrespective territorial jurisdictions until April 14, 2020,” the EO added. They were already provided with rice,corned beef, sardines, towel, and laundry soap, among others while stayingthere. The ECQ should have ended on March 31,but the growing threat of the COVID-19 to this virus-free province was thereason of the governor to place an extension. Western Visayas has a total of 22positive cases of the virus as of March 31. The 74 stranded Antiqueños are workersfrom the world-famous Boracay Island in Malay town and other parts of Aklanprovince. SAN JOSE, Antique – The provincialgovernment here extended the implementation of the enhanced communityquarantine (ECQ) until April 14 as a higher bid to curb the spread of thecoronavirus disease 2019. This healthcare worker from the Philippine Red Cross-Antique Chapter (right) conducts hygiene promotion to the Antiqueños that were stranded in Pandan, Antique due to the coronavirus disease 2019. The stranded persons cannot yet go home to their respective municipalities until the end of the enhanced community quarantine in the province. PHILIPPINE RED CROSS-ANTIQUE CHAPTER The existing 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfewwill also remain enforced. According to the new EO, all provincialborders of Antique will remain temporarily closed, along with its lone airportin this capital town and all seaports. “People going out of the Province ofAntique shall not also be allowed to enter the province until April 14,” the EOstates. For his part, San Jose Mayor ElmerUntaran urged other local government units in this province to provide morefood and other supplies to the stranded Añtiquenos. He added that it is better to let thesaid Añtiquenos stay at the evacuation centers in Pandan first until such timethat the EO will be lifted.(With a reportfrom PNA/PN) Meanwhile, provincial informationofficer Galileo Magbanua said yesterday that they are asking the 74 strandedindividuals in evacuation centers in Pandan town to be more patient since theyare not yet allowed to be given the green light to return to their respectivemunicipalities in this province. Upon the recommendation of the Inter-AgencyTask Force on COVID-19, Gov. Rhodora Cadiao issued Executive Order No. 38,series of 2020 on March 30.