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Navy has released its men’s lacrosse schedule for the 2018 season. Here is a breakdown of the slate that awaits the Midshipmen, who went 6 8 last year and were upset by Holy Cross, 11 7, in the quarterfinals of the Patriot League tournament.

10: Navy will visit 10 time NCAA champion Syracuse on April 21 for the first time since they clashed in the 2004 title game won by the Orange, 14 13. It will mark the first regular season game between the sides since March 19, 1983.

8: Navy is scheduled to be on the road for eight games, which would mark a single season high for the program. The previous high of seven was set most recently last spring.

Johns Hopkins has released its men’s lacrosse schedule for the 2018 season. Here is a breakdown of the slate that awaits the Blue Jays, who went 8 7 for the second consecutive year and lost as the No. 6 seed to unseeded Duke, 19 6, in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

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7: A foot injury limited attackman Jack Ray to seven games in his junior year,
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during which he had five goals and two assists. In his first two seasons, Ray had 48 goals and 16 assists.

6: Midfielder Greyson Torain, who wears No. 6, exploded for 23 goals and 15 assists as a sophomore last spring. The Glen Burnie native tied then sophomore attackman Ryan Wade for the Navy lead in points with 38 each.

5: The Midshipmen’s visit to Maryland on Feb. 10 will mark only the fifth time that the in state rivals will face each other before April. It will also be the earliest meeting in their series history.

4: Navy will host four of five games for the fourth time in five years. The team will welcome to Navy Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Lafayette on March 10 and Loyola Maryland on March 17, travel to Lehigh on March 24, and return home for games against Holy Cross on March 31 and Colgate on April 7.

Johns Hopkins and Navy will not meet for at least the next two seasons due to scheduling conflicts caused by each program’s participation in a conference. Both the Blue Jays and Midshipme.3: The Midshipmen will play three opponents that qualified for last year’s NCAA tournament. They will visit 2017 NCAA champion Maryland, play host to Patriot League titlist Loyola Maryland, and close the regular season at the Orange.

2: For only the second time since Rick Sowell succeeded Richie Meade as coach before the 2012 season, Navy will open on the road. The team will take on Jacksonville on Feb. 4.

1: For the first time since 2000, the Midshipmen will open the season with back to back road games against Jacksonville and Maryland. That 2000 squad began its year at UMBC and North Carolina.
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“Our 2017 18 slate is a tribute to the talent and authenticity of Canada top creators, who are choosing CBC as the destination to share the stories they want to tell, including compelling new drama, comedy, factual, arts and documentary series,” said Heather Conway, executive vice president, English Services, CBC. “By launching one of our largest programming lineups to date reflecting the diversity of perspectives and voices in this country, CBC continues to reach, connect with and entertain Canadians across all platforms, guided by how audiences choose to engage with us.”New CBC original television series announced today for the 2017 18 season include:BURDEN OF PROOF (winter 2018, 10×60, ICF Films, Entertainment One (eOne) and Eagle Vision), a legal drama starring Kristin Kreuk as a big city lawyer passed over for partnership who returns to her hometown to take on what she thinks is a simple case, only to find herself in a fight for justice for a group of sick girls.CAUGHT (winter 2018, 5×60, Take The Shot Productions), Allan Hawco new drama set in 1978, adapted from Lisa Moore acclaimed novel. 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Season 1 of the BAFTA nominated, feel good British series THE DURRELLS (2016, 6×60, Sid Gentle Films Ltd., BBC Worldwide) will also air in fall 2017, based on Gerald Durrell trilogy of novels about a family adventures on a Greek island after leaving their English home in hopes of a better life.Returning drama, comedy, factual and arts series include BARONESS VON SKETCH SHOW (summer 2017 starting June 27, Season 2); CORONATION STREET (fall 2017, Season 19); DRAGONS DEN (fall 2017, Season 12) featuring Arlene Dickinson return to the Den; EXHIBITIONISTS (Season 3, fall 2017); weekday daytime series THE GOODS (fall 2017, Season 2); HA!IFAX COMEDY FEST (winter 2018, Season 22); HEARTLAND (fall 2017, Season 11); HELLO GOODBYE (winter 2018, Season 3); INTERRUPT THIS PROGRAM (fall 2017, Season 3); JUST FOR LAUGHS: GALAS (fall 2017); KIM CONVENIENCE (fall 2017, Season 2); MR. D (fall 2017, Season 7); MURDOCH MYSTERIES (fall 2017, Season 11); RICK MERCER REPORT (fall 2017, Season 15); SCHITT CREEK (winter 2018, Season 4); STILL STANDING (summer 2017 starting June 27, Season 3); THIS HOUR HAS 22 MINUTES (fall 2017, Season 25); WHEN CALLS THE HEART (summer 2017 starting June 18, Season 3); THE WINNIPEG COMEDY FESTIVAL (winter 2018, Season 16); and WORKIN MOMS (winter 2018, Season 2).CBC award winning news and documentary programming returning this fall includes flagship daily news program THE NATIONAL, MARKETPLACE (Season 45) and THE FIFTH ESTATE (Season 43). 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The JUNO Awards join CBC annual line up of awards programming celebrating Canadian creators, artists and storytellers, including the CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS (winter 2018); CANADIAN COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION AWARDS (September 10); GOVERNOR GENERAL PERFORMING ARTS AWARDS (June 29 30); POLARIS MUSIC PRIZE GALA(September 18); and SCOTIABANK GILLER PRIZE (fall 2017).
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With the season kicking off Feb. 3, Quint brings us up to speed on what he’s watching for this season. Quint takes a look at the five teams he think stand apart from the rest of Division I, the five players who are prime candidates for Player of the Year honors, and the slate of February games he looks forward to most.

Check out the Calendar and individual team pages to plan your 2018 season.

There are 14 weeks until Selection Sunday and the NCAA bracket reveal. That’s an eternity. Preseason rankings are an excellent exercise in research and homework, but are often incorrect. I can’t judge chemistry, work ethic, resilience, improvement from year to year, injuries, schematic changes or how hard a team is willing to practice and play. I don’t see who is putting in the extra time and who is clocking out early or not treating their bodies like a professional.

In analyzing the top 20, I had a difficult time splitting up the top five. Spots six to nine felt like similarly talented teams; same with 10 14. Nos. 15 to 20 are anybody’s best guess as the year gets underway. Wishing everybody a happy, healthy and enjoyable season.

20. Harvard The Ivy League appears to be trending in a positive direction, and Yale, Princeton, Penn and Cornell all join the Crimson looking to take steps forward in 2018. Morgan Cheek, a 67 point scorer last year, can dissect a defense, and midfielder Joe Lang is coming off a 29 point 2017. A soft non conference slate and 15 seniors are the recipe for wins. The Crimson fell apart last spring, going 2 7 in their final nine games, but ended the year with a win over rival Yale. Enigmatic and mercurial that’s what you get with Harvard.

19. Towson NCAA Semifinalists in 2017, Towson was able to play tremendous team defense late in the year during a five game win streak. The Tigers had a strong sense of self and fully maximized their abilities. Scoring goals in 2018 is going to be challenging. Only one player with more than 10 points is back: junior midfielder Jon Mazza. The strengths of the squad are FOGO Alex Woodall, two way middie Zach Goodrich, and their entire four man defensive rotation of Chad Patterson, Sid Ewell, Cal Livingston and Gray Bodden. This should be a top five defense. Towson opens at Johns Hopkins on Saturday Feb. on ESPNU.

18. Bryant The Bulldogs ranked No. 5 in goals against last spring, winning 11 games including a play in victory over Monmouth. I like midfielder Tom Kennedy’s speed, and Kyle Cornell can feed. Cam Zeigler chipped in 47 points, usually doing his damage from close range. The specialists Kenny Masa (55%) and stopper James Werner (55%) should steer the possession war in Bryant’s favor.

17. North Carolina The Heels are a tricky read coming off an 8 8 season while graduating a large senior class. A Feb. 24 game at Johns Hopkins on ESPNU will be national fans’ first look at Carolina. William Perry and Justin Anderson, two rookies a year ago who had moments of brilliance, will determine the success or failure of the offense. Chris Cloutier will do Chris Cloutier things. Andy Matthews and Timmy Kelly are solid. But somebody needs to draw slides and get the defense moving. It’ll be interesting to see where coach Joe Breschi plays defender Jack Rowlett, pole or close. Carolina is relatively untested at the FOGO and goaltending spots. A difficult schedule includes non ACC games with the Blue Jays, at Hofstra, at Richmond, Denver and Maryland in Costa Mesa, Calif.

16. Virginia I could rank Virginia as high as No. 8 or 9 or as low as outside the top 20. I’m not quite sure what to expect. They played seven one goal games last spring but faltered defensively in April, dropping three of their last four games. Their lack of success in the ACC has been well documented. The positives revolve around attackman Michael Kraus and midfielders Dox Aitken and Ryan Conrad. Their style will be fun to watch but playing uptempo without winning face offs and making defensive stops is a difficult proposition.

15. Penn Face off Yearbook has Penn at No. 32. I’m a little more optimistic based upon a 7 6 record in 2017. But look closer. The Quakers lost one goal games to Penn State, Michigan and Yale. They secured wins over Harvard, Cornell and Virginia twice. And now they bring their entire offense back, 212 points of 220 scored. The early season schedule is ruthless maybe the hardest opening month in the country facing Michigan, Maryland, Duke, Penn State and Navy. LSM Connor Keating is a super player, but Penn isn’t very experienced down low. Expect high scoring games and big point totals from guys like Simon Matthias, Kevin McGeary, Tyler Dunn and Reilly Hupfeldt.

14. Boston U The Terriers should be able to score in 2018, but can the defense and goaltending hold up against primetime competition? The early road schedule is difficult with trips to Ohio State, Bryant and Air Force could all three be played indoors? Brendan Homire, Jack Wilson, James Burr, John MacLean, Hayden Ruiz and Ryan Hilburn will be triggering an offense and program looking for its first NCAA bid.

13. Syracuse Face off Yearbook has SU at No. 9. I think that’s ambitious for a team that replaces its top three scorers, shortstick defensive middies, standout FOGO and goaltender. But this is Syracuse, winners of nine one goal games in 2017. Brendan Bomberry, Nate Solomon, Stephen Rehfuss and Jamie Trimboli are all still on the uptick. Nick Mellen returns down low on defense to guard alongside Tyson Bomberry. Albany comes calling on Feb. 17 to kickoff a string of games that includes ranked foes Army, Virginia, Hopkins,
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Rutgers, Duke and Notre Dame. That’s a killer March schedule.

12. Ohio State The 2017 finalists have a boatload of new faces at the midfield and graduated their excellent FOGO and goaltender. Defenders Ben Randall and disruptive pole Freddy Freibott are foundational players that coach Nick Myers will rely on. Let’s see what kind of encore Tre LeClaire has as a sophomore. His blistering shot and power dodging netted 65 points.

11. Loyola The Greyhounds lost three overtime games in 2017 and then met their match with a physical Ohio State team in the NCAA Tournament. Junior Pat Spencer is the best pure X attackman in the country but, Loyola loses two critical midfield guns. Jay Drapeau and John Duffy carry more of the load now. Face offs are a position of inexperience, but assistant coach Steve Vaikness has a way of developing success at the dot. The knock on the defense has been their lack of physical size and brute force; at times they’ve been pushed around by more athletic teams like Virginia, Duke and Ohio State. We’ll see. Opener on Feb. 10th at Virginia will be an excellent barometer. The Wahoos will struggle to cover Spencer, I can tell you that.

10. Johns Hopkins I gave Hopkins a total of nine wins in our preview. The schedule is very difficult. Six times in 2017 their skilled offense was held under 10 goals. Shack Stanwick, Kyle Marr, Joel Tinney, Forry Smith, Pat Fraser and Cole Williams are the nucleus. But the Jays played far too much defense, and played it poorly, especially from the shortstick positions. But it’s a new year and apparently the defensive packages have been streamlined and simplified to encourage faster play. Hopkins lost their final three games in 2016 and 2017, running out of gas when legit title contenders were hitting an extra gear. Staying healthy and fresh is imperative for a team that doesn’t appear to be very deep. Hopkins opens up with Towson on Fb. on ESPNU.

9. Rutgers An 8 0 start was followed by a 2 4 finish and another snub by the NCAA Tournament selection committee has RU fans chomping at the bit. This Scarlet Knight team should be their best since 1990. This squad has everything except championship experience, a run up the NCAA bracket. Kieran Mullins, Christian Trasolini, Jules Heningburg, Casey Rose and Christian Mazzone make up the offense. Adam Charalambides will redshirt again after another unfortunate knee injury. Michael Rexrode, Alex Bronzo and pole Kyle Pless protect goalie Max Edelmann (53%). The Feb. 17 game at Army should be a dandy.

8. Notre Dame The Irish were 9 6 in 2017. It was a rollercoaster season with wins over eventual NCAA finalists Maryland and Ohio State, but late season losses to UNC, Army and Denver. ND only plays 12 regular season games and face a daunting non conference slate. I’m not quite sure what to expect. If ND can address its face off inadequacies and fine tune their half field offensive sets, they have the talent to win it all. If they don’t, they’ll probably be a Quarterfinal loser again. Ryder Garnsey flirted with transferring but stayed put. Mikey Wynne, Bryan Costabile, Brendan Gleason and Brendan Collins are ACC tough. The defense, aside from logging too many minutes duw to a possession disadvantage, is in good hands with coordinator Gerry Byrne. The freshmen and sophomore classes are ultra talented too good not be be heard from.

7. Army A 10 1 start fizzled into being left out the NCAA Tournament in 2017. This team will be better in 2018, especially if they can figure out the FOGO spot. That’s scary considering that they beat ND, Syracuse and BU twice a year ago. David Symmes, Nate Jones, Conor Glancy and Ted Glesener are back on offense. Goalie AJ Barretto is supported by Jimmy Surdick, Dom Ricca and Jon Lamonica. Army has good depth across the board. Their last four regular games of the season at BU, Navy, at Loyola and at Notre Dame plus the Patriot League Tournament will determine their NCAA fate.

6. Penn State The Nittany Lions’ schedule is once again soft; they could be favored in their first 10 contests. They went 10 0 to start last year but finished 2 4, including a home playoff loss. This is a good team, no doubt. Can they be great? The defense, face off game and goaltending spots are now experienced. Attackers Grant Ament and Mac O’Keefe need a third partner in crime. The midfield depth isn’t what it was in 2017 and coach Jeff Tambroni may have some rookies in the mix. At the end of the day, it’s not how you start, it’s how you finish.

5. Albany Three starters return on defense (Stone Sims, AJ Kluck and Eric Dluhy) and they’ll have to improve if Albany is going to get past the NCAA Quarterfinal hump. It’ll be interesting to see who starts and finishes in the cage with a goalie battle brewing between JD Colarusso and Nate Siekierski. Troy Reh is an under appreciated pole who stirs things up. Goal scoring isn’t in question, especially when FOGO TD Ierlan is on fire. Connor Fields, Justin Reh and freshman Tehoka Nanticoke should put on a weekly highlight show. I love midfielder Kyle McClancy, a legit MLL top round draft choice. The first month will be revealing with games against Syracuse, Cornell and Maryland.

4. Denver Five of the first six games are away from the friendly confines of Peter Barton Stadium. The Pioneers have the game’s most unfair advantage face off specialist Trevor Baptiste, who wins draws at a 74% clip. I think Colton Jackson is sitting on a big year with fellow midfielders Jeremy Bosher and Connor Donahue. Denver is always slick around the net with an offense that attacks the top side, inside and backside for dunks. Ethan Walker and Austin French are seasoned. Five of their top six point getters return. Sean Mayle and Danny Logan are catalysts in the open field and goalie Alex Ready took a forward step last spring, not dropping to his knees as much. Denver travels to Duke on Feb. 16 on ESPNU. The Pios have advanced to Championship Weekend in five of the last seven seasons.

2. Maryland The Terp defense should be stout with Bryce Young, Curtis Corley, Nick Brozowski and Matt Neufeldt. IDA (Isiah Davis Allen) has left the building and can’t be duplicated by one man. Experienced FOGOs and goaltending are a plus. The fall scrimmage against Team USA has to be considered a positive. Jared Bernhardt, Tim Rotanz and Connor Kelly will be the focal points of an offense that runs its first midfield nearly exclusively. The non conference schedule features tilts with Navy, Penn, ND, Albany, }Nova and North Carolina a brutally tough gauntlet.

2. Yale Five of the first six games are on the road. The Bulldogs bring back Ben Reeves (79 points), Jackson Morrill, Matt Gaudet, Joey Sessa and Jason Alessi on offense. Defender Chris Keating returns after missing 2017 with injury. Yale played in the 1990 NCAA Semis. This is their best team since.

1. Duke In six on six sets, this looks like the nation’s best team. If Justin Guterding and Joey Manown develop chemistry with Peter Conley look out. But I’ve got concerns about face offs and the shortstick defensive midfielders. An ESPNU matchup with Denver on Feb. 16 one to watch considering the potential disparity in draws.
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After Windsor experienced one of its best Januarys ever for single family home starts a year ago, the start of this year saw the same category virtually disappear.

No building permits for new single family homes were issued last month, compared to 12 permits for homes worth $4.3 million issued to developers in January 2017.

The winter months are usually slow for new builds, but last year hot start carried through the balance of 2017, with Windsor logging a record year in new residential construction.

City officials are still anticipating a healthy construction year for Windsor in 2018, but perhaps not as big as 2017, when the municipality issued over 4,100 building permits (everything from backyard pools to new schools) worth about $360 million in new construction.

Storm sewers and a portable toilet remain on empty building lots on 2200 block of Daytona Avenue Feb. 5, 2018.

think it going to be pretty steady on the residential construction side, said Joe Baker, the city manager of permit services. commercial, industrial and institutional, it should be a busy year as well. semi detached unit construction fell by more than half for the month, from $3.5 million in 2017 to $1.6 million this year. Row housing construction permits worth $4.2 million were issued in January, compared to $11.7 million for the same period a year ago. Last month total for row housing consisted of a single, 16 unit townhouse project by Coco Developments, with units valued in the $257,000 to $269,000 range.

saw peak activity in 2017, said John Revell,
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Windsor chief building official.

Offsetting the decline in residential, however, Windsor saw big upticks in other construction categories, with government and institutional jumping from $310,000 in January 2017 to $7.1 million last month. Industrial construction rose from $141,000 to $906,000 January to January and commercial climbed from $2.2 million to $3.7 million.

Among the top projects so far this year: $4.4 million for the new public library in Olde Sandwich, renovations to the tunnel duty free shop ($2 million), a new private hangar at Windsor Airport ($1.9 million) and part of the latest phase of a new commercial centre at 650 Division Rd. ($750,000).

Storm sewers sits on empty building lots on 2200 block of Daytona Avenue Feb. 5, 2018.

Revell said a number of factors may be contributing to the slow 2018 start, including a much colder January this year compared to 2017. He said Windsor developers are also still playing catch up in getting land prepared after the 2008 recession that all but put a freeze on residential construction.

went through a tremendous dry period, said Revell, adding his department has only recently been ramping up its staffing to meet a growing demand for building permits.

and developers are hungry for land there a shortage of building lots, said Revell.

Another factor is the general shortage of sub trades like those who do drywall. One consequence, said Revell, is Coco putting aside, for now, its plans for a new single family home subdivision, focusing instead on townhouses.
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The nominations were announced at a press launch this morning at 9 Below on Stephens Green, where Deirdre O’Kane and Liam Cunningham along with IFTA CEO revealed the nominations and details about the upcoming Award Ceremony in Dublin.

The Irish Film and Television Academy commences its 15th anniversary year with the announcement of a superb line up of nominations for the 2018 Awards that reflects a vibrant and successful Irish home industry.

Across the Film categories Maudie receives 6 Nominations, Cardboard Gangsters and Handsome Devil along with Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri and The Farthest each receive 5 nominations. The Drummer and the Keeper, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Maze and Michael Inside each receive 4 nominations. The Lodgers and Pilgrimage and Song of Granite all receive 3 nominations each and Ladybird is nominated in its two categories.

Across the Drama categories Vikings receives 6 Nominations. Game of Thrones and Peaky Blinders each receive 5 nominations, Paula receives 4 nominations, Acceptable Risk and Into the Badlands receives 3 nominations and Line of Duty, Striking Out receive 2 nominations each.

The Academy CEO, Aine Moriarty commented: a fantastic kick start to the Academy 15th Anniversary year with this superb line up of Irish Nominees showcasing the very best of Ireland creative talent, delivering world class film and drama across the globe. The Academy looks forward to acknowledging their achievements and rewarding excellence at the IFTA Awards Ceremony next month (Thursday, February 15th).
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MCCALL The always popular McCall Winter Carnival returns to the Central Idaho mountain community for its 53rd year, bringing with it all sorts of fun and excitement for the entire family. The 2018 edition of McCall’s signature event runs from Friday, Jan. 26 Sunday, Feb. 4.

Each year tens of thousands of visitors are treated to parades, dozens of larger than life snow sculptures and breathtaking firework shows over Payette Lake.

Organizers have a full slate of family friendly activities planned this year (see the schedule of events below). New in 2018 is the McCall Ultra Sled Dog Challenge. This Iditarod qualifier race will span a 200 mile course throughout Valley County.

“We’re thrilled to be celebrating another year of the McCall Winter Carnival,” Winter Carnival chair McKenzie Kraemer said. “The City of McCall has gathered together to create a memorable experience that keeps visitors coming back year after year, and we are so proud of our community.”

The theme of this year’s Carnival is “There’s ‘Snow’ Place Like Home” a celebration of all that is special about the region of Idaho known as the West Central Mountains.

Snow artists from across the West always strive to come up with the most creative sculptures while sticking to the event’s theme in an effort to take home top prize.

Gallery: McCall Winter Carnival snow sculptures and parade

The annual celebration of all things winter was inspired by the Payette Lake Winter Games, which was first held in 1924 when a train from Boise brought 248 visitors to McCall. Since its inception in the 1960s, the McCall Winter Carnival has grown into an iconic Idaho event, which, according to the McCall Chamber of Commerce,
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brings in more than 60,000 visitors each year.

In addition to the quintessential snow sculptures, the event features live music on Friday and Saturday nights, a vendor court, beer garden, and a number of other activities in and around McCall.

WATCH: 2018 Mardi Gras ParadeBelow you’ll find a schedule of some highlighted events happening during the McCall Winter Carnival.

Friday, Jan. “Black and Blue” Rivalry Hockey Game Manchester Ice CenterSaturday, Jan. “Black and Blue” Rivalry Hockey Game Manchester Ice CenterSunday, Jan. McCall Ultra Sled Dog Challenge: Ceremonial Start Legacy ParkMonday, Jan. Winemaker Dinner featuring Dunham Cellars Rupert’s (Hotel McCall)Tuesday, Jan. Party Bingo (21 and older) Foresters ClubWednesday,
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John Bobalik is a 2018 Hammond Sports Hall of Fame inductee. A 1965 Bishop Noll alum, he helped popularize marathon and road race running in the Region. The former Boston marathoner overall completed 20 marathons five during the 1970s in times of 2:39.1 or faster. The former Warriors and Lewis University runner also helped start the Calumet Region Striders Track Club and introduced the annual Highland Thanksgiving Pumpkin Plod road race. He coached at Noll, Highland and Munster. As a fitness expert, he initiated the Hammond Clinic Corporate Fitness Program and co developed the Purdue University Northwest Fitness Center.

Lee Marks is a 1993 Hammond High graduate and 2018 Hammond Sports Hall of Fame inductee. As a senior, he won the Indiana high school state wrestling championship at 125 pounds. He followed that by earning All American status with a fourth place finish in the 1993 National High School Wrestling Championships. During the same year he also won the Indiana Wrestling Freestyle State Championship at 127 pounds. At Hammond High, in addition to his state championship, he compiled a four season record of 112 13 1, was a two time semistate runner up and won nine regional, sectional and conference titles.

Marcus Smith of Bishop Noll is a 2018 Hammond Sports Hall of Fame inductee. He was a 1993 Class 3A all state football wide receiver for Bishop Noll, but it was on the baseball field where the talented outfielder attracted big time attention. After belting four home runs in a single game as a high school senior and gaining numerous honors, he went on to play at Valencia Community College. In 1996 he received a scholarship offer from the University of Central Florida, but opted instead to sign and play with the Minnesota Twins farm system.

Rick Stanford is a Hammond High grad and 2018 inductee into the Hammond Sports Hall of Fame. His playing achievements are impressive enough: football all state honorable mention, 4 year baseball letterman and basketball monogram recipient. What followed may be even more impressive: an award winning, 40 year career (1972 2012) as a high school football official and baseball umpire. He worked state title games in football in ’87, ’99, ’03 ’07 and in baseball in ’88. In 2013, The IHSAA honored him as Football Official of the Year.

Frank Tokoly, a Morton grad, is a 2018 inductee into the Hammond Sports Hall of Fame. The Class of 1967 basketball standout was one of the Region’s top scorers his senior season with a 22.5 average. He also contributed a scoring rebounding double double effort during the Governors’ first round round upset victory over state ranked Hammond High in the 1967 Hammond Sectional. Additionally, he combined athleticism and size as an all conference end for the 1966,
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state ranked Governors’ football squad.

John Bobalik is a 2018 Hammond Sports Hall of Fame inductee. A 1965 Bishop Noll alum, he helped popularize marathon and road race running in the Region. The former Boston marathoner overall completed 20 marathons five during the 1970s in times of 2:39.1 or faster. The former Warriors and Lewis University runner also helped start the Calumet Region Striders Track Club and introduced the annual Highland Thanksgiving Pumpkin Plod road race. He coached at Noll, Highland and Munster. As a fitness expert, he initiated the Hammond Clinic Corporate Fitness Program and co developed the Purdue University Northwest Fitness Center.

Lee Marks is a 1993 Hammond High graduate and 2018 Hammond Sports Hall of Fame inductee. As a senior, he won the Indiana high school state wrestling championship at 125 pounds. He followed that by earning All American status with a fourth place finish in the 1993 National High School Wrestling Championships. During the same year he also won the Indiana Wrestling Freestyle State Championship at 127 pounds. At Hammond High, in addition to his state championship, he compiled a four season record of 112 13 1, was a two time semistate runner up and won nine regional, sectional and conference titles.

Marcus Smith of Bishop Noll is a 2018 Hammond Sports Hall of Fame inductee. He was a 1993 Class 3A all state football wide receiver for Bishop Noll, but it was on the baseball field where the talented outfielder attracted big time attention. After belting four home runs in a single game as a high school senior and gaining numerous honors, he went on to play at Valencia Community College. In 1996 he received a scholarship offer from the University of Central Florida, but opted instead to sign and play with the Minnesota Twins farm system.

Rick Stanford is a Hammond High grad and 2018 inductee into the Hammond Sports Hall of Fame. His playing achievements are impressive enough: football all state honorable mention, 4 year baseball letterman and basketball monogram recipient. What followed may be even more impressive: an award winning, 40 year career (1972 2012) as a high school football official and baseball umpire. He worked state title games in football in ’87, ’99, ’03 ’07 and in baseball in ’88. In 2013, The IHSAA honored him as Football Official of the Year.

Frank Tokoly, a Morton grad, is a 2018 inductee into the Hammond Sports Hall of Fame. The Class of 1967 basketball standout was one of the Region’s top scorers his senior season with a 22.5 average. He also contributed a scoring rebounding double double effort during the Governors’ first round round upset victory over state ranked Hammond High in the 1967 Hammond Sectional. Additionally, he combined athleticism and size as an all conference end for the 1966,
discount timberland 2018 Hammond Sports Hall of Fame inductees
state ranked Governors’ football squad.

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“That’s what I’m seeing more than anything, just some stomach illness with vomiting, but even with that we’ve not had an excessive number of kids out,” Breitung School District School Nurse Cathy Yarck Cootware said.

School staff said they expect the flu season at the beginning of each year, and try to teach kids to wash their hands, sneeze and cough into their arms,
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among others to minimize the impact.

“Well flu season is something that occurs every year, it’s important for schools and parents to work together. It actually doesn’t actually peak in our area until February and then into March,” Yarck Cootware said.

School staff offered some advice to parents on how to help their kids be able to fight the yearly flu.

“You can also do things to try to keep your child’s immune system by making sure they’re getting enough sleep at night, eating healthy, a good nutritious diet,” Yarck Cootware said. “Keeping them well hydrated,
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lots of water and also making sure they’re getting a lot of exercise and activity during the day.”

timberland kids jackets 2018 Chevy Traverse High Country takes family SUVs to the peak

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If you’ve wondered why automakers are canceling car programs and adding SUVs to their lineups, let me enlighten you: $53,085. That’s the sticker price of the 2018 Chevrolet Traverse High Country I recently tested. It’s also $16,665 more than the most expensive version of Chevy’s Impala, the slow selling sedan that used to be the brand’s top offering for family buyers. Do the math. This is the textbook definition of a sweet spot. The new Traverse rides the crest of a wave that’s changing the auto industry as people flee conventional sedans for taller SUVs that are the functional equivalent of a station wagon, with the added benefit of better sight lines and all wheel drive.

It’s also a golden goose, with the potential to deliver the kind of profit Chevy hasn’t earned in decades from the family vehicles that are the brand’s lifeblood.

HOW MUCH?

Prices for the new 2018 Traverse start at $29,930 for a front wheel drive model. All wheel drive Traverses start at $34,050. The top of the line High Country starts at $52,050. All Traverses currently come with a 310 horsepower 3.6 liter V 6. The 2018s are arriving in dealerships now. All prices exclude destination charges. A 255 horsepower turbocharged 2.0 liter four cylinder will be available in the upcoming RS model. Chevy hasn’t announced its price yet. A nine speed automatic transmission is standard with both engines. I tested a loaded High Country. In addition to its standard all wheel drive, it had 4G LTE Wi Fi; navigation; LED headlights,
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taillights and daytime running lights; Bose audio; and a full suite of safety and driver assist features including pedestrian protection with automatic braking; adaptive cruise control; blind spot alert; lane keeping alert and assist. The Traverse’s wheelbase grew about two inches, but overall length increased less than 0.67 inch to keep the SUV garage friendly. The extra space went into legroom for the second and third rows and storage behind the third row. My High Country’s interior was trimmed in leather and soft materials. The front seat offered plenty of storage. A total of seven USB ports constitute a significant contribution to domestic tranquility when travelling with kids. The controls provide a useful combination of touch screen, voice recognition, dials and buttons. The body’s upright sides and squared off tailgate improve shoulder and cargo room. Each row of seats is higher than the one in front of it, improving visibility for kids in back. The passenger and cargo compartments are the biggest in its class. Even the third row of seats is acceptable for adults, and very accommodating for pre teens.

THE DOWNSIDE

Oddly, only the passenger side second row seat has Chevy’s “smart slide” feature, which allows it to tip and slide for easy access to the rear seat.

Chevy says that’s because it’s safer for kids to enter on the sidewalk side of the vehicle, but I’m not buying that explanation. It ignores the reality that minivans and other family oriented SUVs all offer the same mechanism for entering on either side, that kids enter and exit vehicles from both sides in parking lots and driveways all day every day without carnage ensuing, and that

vehicles park on both sides of one way streets.

I smell a rationalization. My money says that Chevy decided to reduce cost or weight by offering its best entry exit mechanism on just one seat.

That may have been a good business decision, but it reduces the 2018 Traverse’s utility.

FACTS AND FIGURES The 3.6 liter engine gives the Traverse more power than all competitors except the 3.5 liter twin turbo V 6 Explorer Sport and Platinum and Durango R/T’s much larger 5.7 liter Hemi V 8. The auto stop feature, which shuts the engine off when idling to save fuel, is one of the smoothest in the auto industry. I wouldn’t have noticed the engine shut off at all, if not for a slight decline in ventilation when the air conditioning was not set to max. The transmission is quick and similarly inconspicuous. The V 6 and gearbox deliver EPA fuel economy ratings of 17 mpg in the city,
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25 on the highway and 20 combined.