Watch Frozen’s Idina Menzel Reveal Las Vegas Show Plans

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first_img Show Closed This production ended its run on March 22, 2015 Well, we now know what we’re doing in 40 years time: booking tickets to Vegas to see Idina Menzel! The Frozen queen appeared on CBS Sunday Morning on April 7 and revealed the very special gravity-defying show she has in mind for Caesar’s Palace when she’s talking (as opposed to singing) songs as an 80-year-old. The Tony winner also admitted she regrets singing Oscar-winning smash “Let It Go” in such a high key and apologizes to parents of toddlers everywhere for the ubiquitous tune. Watch Menzel tell us her very-far-in-the-future plans below, before checking her out in the here and now in If/Then. Related Shows If/Then View Comments Idina Menzel Star Fileslast_img read more

Adidas Outdoors Stands Up For The Little Guy

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first_imgAdidas OutdoorAs anyone who’s stepped onto a playing field or into a gym knows, Adidas the brand has produced some of the most popular sports apparel and equipment across the board, and since 1949, has been a major influence on athletes worldwide.But even such a familiar face can still blaze a new trail, and back in Spring 2011, Adidas (the actual name is “adidas” with a lower-case “a”) launched a line of gear and apparel specifically for outdoor athletes — Adidas Outdoors.The line is focused on high-performance apparel with a younger, more Euro-influenced style and fit. From the signature three stripes to bolder colors and more functional, tailored fits for extreme sports, Adidas Outdoors is unique in the marketplace.Adidas OutdoorPlus, in an effort to reach the right audience for their new products (some may call that audience “millenial”), Adidas has gathered some of the best adventure athletes across the globe in their Outdoor Sports Team.The team pulls together successful climbers, mountain bikers, paddlers, canyoners, slackliners, hanggliders, and skiers from a huge range of backgrounds and nations, and places them each in the spotlight as champions of the outdoors and the image of Adidas. Most of these accomplished adventurers also represent a budding crowd new to the greater sports community. These athletes, many still students or freshly sprung from the nest, will ring in the next generation of outdoor leaders – and these youngins are looking pretty darn solid.Sasha Digiulian 2One of these is climber Sasha DiGiulian, already a U.S. National Champion, Pan-American Champion, and Female Overall World Champion at only 22 years old. In between breaking records and crushing the competition, she makes time to keep up with her education as a full-time student at Columbia University. Whew. But even though her lifestyle may sound utterly exhausting, Sasha couldn’t dream of a past or a future without her sport. Climbing, as well as the commitments and passions that come with it, has shaped her from the ground up.“Climbing has taught me how to set goals, believe in myself, and to live my life with direction,” Sasha said in an exclusive interview with Blue Ridge Outdoors. “I have always felt whole with who I am due to finding my passion and living my life centered around it. Self confidence is one of the most important characteristics for people to have, and I believe that participation in sports brings self confidence.”Being a part of the Adidas Outdoor Sports Team has opened a huge door for Sasha: “I have gained an incredible partnership. I have learned so much about business, relationships, and I Sasha Digiulianhave been able to aspire to my dreams.”Adidas offers her a key opportunity to further her own career, but she also loves the exposure that her partnership with the brand brings to her sport. Quite simply, she finds that, “the involvement of larger companies in niche sports like climbing brings more attention, money, and involvement opportunities for the sport to grow,” and provides a major stepping stone for her passions to take center stage.Adidas stands up for the little guy, whether it be a lesser-known sport like climbing or the younger athletes that participate in them. Sasha adamantly believes that outdoor sports are crucial because they reconnect youth with their roots and “reverse the digital transgression wrought by the media age”. Motions like those that Adidas has made pull outdoor sports into the spotlight and help adolescents enrich their lives with these positive elements that only a romp in the fresh air can inspire.In the short time Adidas Outdoor has taken its first steps, the outdoor sports community has already felt the benefits of this developing relationship. Obscure mountain sports and their young athletes have gotten the chance to move into the mainstream and reach a wider audience. Hopefully these changes will serve as a challenge to other outdoor brands.–Story by Lucie Hanes, University of Virginia senior and Blue Ridge Outdoors‘ one and only intern extraordinaire.last_img read more

Colombia Activates Strategic Operational Centers Against Narcotrafficking

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first_imgBy Julieta Pelcastre/Diálogo January 08, 2018 Colombia’s Ministry of National Defense has three Strategic Operational Centers (CEO, in Spanish) to support its fight against narcotrafficking in the country’s northwest region. Close to 4,700 troops from the Colombian National Army and the Colombian National Police work daily to counter transnational criminal organizations and restore security in this region. “Antioquia, a highly relevant region with future prospects and economic potential for the country, took a beating from criminal groups who use farmers as the first link in the drug trade, forcing them to produce coca,” Colombian Army Colonel José Manuel Gómez, commander of the Paramillo Massif Task Force (FUNUP, in Spanish), told Diálogo. “The goal is for farmers to go back to their lawful crops,” added Colombian Army Colonel Adrián Giraldo Jiménez, commander of the Special Counternarcotics Brigade. FUNUP has four mobile brigades deployed to the south of Córdoba and Bajo Cauca. The brigades work to combat criminal gangs, illicit crops, and illegal mining. Authorities activated the last CEO between July and September 2017 in Caucasia, Antioquia. Armed Forces assigned to this CEO work jointly with the local community to destroy the chain of alkaloids production, eradicate coca crops, and coordinate voluntary substitution of illicit crops. Authorities activated the Tumaco CEO in February 2017, and the San José del Guaviare CEO in September. A fourth CEO is scheduled to begin operations in Cúcuta in the first quarter of 2018. The counternarcotics centers cover departments with the highest incidence of [illicit] crops. “Practically 91 percent of coca crops can be found in 11 departments,” Col. Giraldo said. The Caucasia CEO covers the departments of Antioquia, Córdoba, and Bolívar. “In these areas, our operation is very strong,” Col. Giraldo explained. “[We have] sustained operations involving four or five months of eradication and pursuit—we are ready for this.” The strategy against narcotrafficking networks relies on three groups: The operational group consists of illicit-crop eradication and prosecution. The second, the social group, comprises different Colombian government agencies, such as the Ministry of Social Protection, which establishes the community’s basic needs to keep them from pursuing illicit crops. The third group is international cooperation. CEOs coordinate intelligence as well as logistics operations and prosecution related to narcotrafficking across the chain of production. CEOs “take advantage of the specific capacities of their different parts to get directly to the heart of the problem,” Col. Gomez said. A central role “The Army, with its capacity and deployment, has come to play a central role in CEOs,” Col. Giraldo said. “The military force achieves two important tasks: forced eradication by [pulling out] the plant, and the destruction of all cocaine-production labs, without disregarding control of input products and transport, to prevent them from taking the drugs to different countries.” A total of 15,000 soldiers work in CEOs to eradicate crops. The Army also deploys more than 40,000 service members in interdiction and eradication programs in the rest of the country. “The Army also conducts special operations focused on heavy production—the cocaine hydrochloride labs,” Col. Giraldo said. “Narcotrafficking criminal networks evolve to use different forms of pressure to force farmers to plant coca.” Challenges The CEOs’ challenge is to work faster and help communities really carry out their legal projects in as little time as possible. Service members work on getting closer to the people to find their place in the communities. “At first, it was very difficult. As the days went by, soldiers showed [farmers] the advantages of legal commerce,” Col. Giraldo explained. “Little by little, communities accept this presence.” “Likewise, it’s a huge challenge to maintain security in the assigned area,” Col. Gómez said. “In addition to demanding everything from our men, it requires [a] very well-structured strategy and planning that must be executed impeccably, since it’s a joint mission with the support of the Colombian Air Force and coordinated by the National Police.” Partners’ help International cooperation contributed to the execution of projects and new strategies against narcotrafficking and the eradication of coca crops in Colombia. In October 2017, the U.S. Embassy in Colombia donated 700 machines for coca plant destruction to the Antioquia CEO, including GPS systems that can map the area where the eradication will be done, as well as detection equipment for water pollution due to illegal mining. “We have always had a lot of support from the international community, especially the U.S. government, of course SOUTHCOM [U.S. Southern Command], and various security agencies like the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs and the U.S. Agency for International Development,” Col. Giraldo said. “They facilitate the work with assistance, equipment, and information exchange to move forward in these very difficult situations of increased crop production, which people see as their only chance for a decent livelihood. The integrated work we’ve had is very important.” “After a commitment period [farmers] see benefits, especially in terms of development,” Col. Gómez added. “The goal of the Antioquia CEO over the long term is to do away with this cancer of illicit crops.” Thanks to security forces’ joint operations, Colombia surpassed its proposed goal of eradicating 50,000 hectares of illicit crops in 2017. The Ministry of Defense reported in December 2017 that 51,200 hectares of coca were eradicated in different regions around the country. In 2017, security forces also seized around 400 tons of pure cocaine in the country. The goal for 2018: eradicate 63,000 hectares of coca crop.last_img read more

National Tiles boss Nick Walker has put his Miami Beach house on the market

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first_imgMore from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North10 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agogcb realestate 12 and 14 Santa Monica Road, Miami 13 March 2017“Design definitely runs deep in Nick’s family, he comes from a family of six sisters and two of which are interior designers themselves.”Mrs Walker said her husband travels to Italy and Spain for some of the most beautiful tiles in the world. 12 Santa Monica Road, MiamiOrnate mirrors and elegant lampshades feature in the main bathroom while Italian wallpaper is the highlight in the powder room. The powder rooms are elegant spacesMr Walker and his wife Penny bought the property in 2010 and gave it a total makeover. “We basically ripped the home back to its original shell when we were renovating, but I was also seven months pregnant with my youngest daughter January,” Mrs Walker said. “I think we moved seven times during the renovation and Nick was off in Argentina sourcing tiles so it was a very big challenge getting to the final stage of the renovation. 12 Santa Monica Road, MiamiMr Walker said he picked up his knack for design from his mother Rhonda.“I grew up with a mum who would spend every weekend tile shopping so I have grown to love it,” the father-of-three said. The renovation includes an extension on the house and a Hampton’s beach vibe styled by Amy Spargo from Maine House Interiors.In the centre of the entertaining deck is an old sailing mast which Mr Walker said is the showpiece of the beach house design. 12 Santa Monica Road, Miami 12 Santa Monica Road, MiamiThe 827sq m Miami property will go under the hammer on April 9 at 10am. National Tiles managing director Nick Walker at his Miami home which is going to auction. Picture Mike BatterhamFRANK Walker has the most recognisable voice on Australian radio so it is no surprise his son and National Tiles boss, Nick Walker, has kept the tile tradition going in his stunning home. The managing director of National Tiles has put his coastal cottage on the market at 12 Santa Monica Rd — complete with travertine tiles from Turkey.last_img read more

Is this Brisbane home the king of Queenslanders?

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first_imgCM 10 Power St, Norman ParkSET atop a hill in a suburb that used to house an Australian prime minister, this charming home may well be the king of Queenslanders.Oriented towards impressive city skyline views, the five bedroom, four bathroom, quadruple garage home at 10 Power Street, Norman Park is so loaded with charm, it’s expected to fetch over a couple of million at auction next week. Norman Park, once home to former PM Kevin Rudd, is classified as a high demand market by realestate.com.au with 972 visits per property, almost triple the Queensland average. Even its loo has a view.A distinct feature of this residence is its vast timber deck surrounding an inground saltwater pool. The deck provides a separation between the main house and detached guesthouse, which includes living spaces with timber floors, a high peaked ceiling with exposed beams, a kitchen, bedroom and a bathroom. The property has an expansive 20m frontage with a large 810sq m block and the home features ducted reverse cycle airconditioning, solar power and established gardens. The home is open for inspection from 6-6.30pm on Wednesday and is scheduled to go to auction at noon on December 9. FREE: GET THE COURIER-MAIL’S REALESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO INBOX Ample verandas to make the most of the views.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus23 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market23 hours agoAgent Frank Lombardi of Ray White East Brisbane, who’s marketing the home with Dale Cage, said the ‘captivating Queenslander’ was more than a house.“This is a home your family will fall in love with, a home that your family will grow up in, a home you’ll want to grow old in,” he said.Its classic facade complete with a gable roof and leadlight front door sets the tone for the interiors, which span two levels – and then there’s the separate self-contained guesthouse.Character features enhance the house, including the main living hub which sits on the upper level and has polished hardwood floors, high ceilings, VJ walls and fretwork. So much space it feels luxurious. I can see myself putting together a cheese platter here.The open-plan kitchen boasts timber benchtops, ample white cabinetry and quality appliances including a VZUG induction cooktop and oven, Miele dishwasher. There are city views through its large windows.From the lounge area, French doors draw in natural light and open to a covered deck, ideal for outdoor dining and entertainment with the city as its backdrop.Four bedrooms with built-in wardrobes sit in the main house; the main bedroom also has a walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite. The lower level includes a large open-plan living area with a wet bar and access to a covered deck overlooking a pool and the city. 10 Power Street, Norman Park Qld 4170center_img It’s hard to walk past a view like this one. The guesthouse also has spectacular views. The kitchen in the guesthouse. Serious effort has gone into maintaining old world charm.last_img read more

Doctors fight to kill South Australian euthanasia bill

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first_imgLifesite News 5 June 2013A group of Australian doctors opposed to the introduction of euthanasia and assisted suicide has written to all House of Assembly MPs condemning Hon. Bob Such’s ‘Ending Life with Dignity Bill’ 2013.Senior South Australian neurologist Dr Timothy Kleinig, the chair of Doctors Opposed to Euthanasia (DOE), said the bill confuses the deliberate killing of a patient through euthanasia with the withdrawal and withholding of treatment at a patient’s request.“[A]s the AMA (Australian Medical Association) and others have pointed out, (this) is not euthanasia,” said Dr. Kleinig, “but the refusal of medical care, the legality or ethics of which is not in dispute.”..The AMA has said the bill shows a fundamental misunderstanding of the role and intention of palliative care. In describing both bills, AMA (SA) President, Dr Patricia Montanaro said:…these Bills have major elements that are ill-conceived, indicate a fundamental lack of understanding of current concepts in end-of-life care, and show a confusion in understanding of the critical difference between palliative care and euthanasia. They therefore have the potential to confuse and compromise the provision of good end-of-life care, with resulting distress to patients and their families.http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/doctors-fight-to-kill-south-australian-euthanasia-billlast_img read more

Harris tops Virginia Sprint Series finale

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first_imgBy Jim HainesSHENANDOAH, Va. (Oct. 10) – Jerald Harris wrapped up the Virginia Sprint Series crown with his third straight feature win Saturday at Shenandoah Speedway.The race stayed green from start to finish and Harris was unchallenged at the checkers. The Ex­treme Motorsports IMCA Sprint Car victory was his sixth of 2015 and second this season on the asphalt at Shenandoah.Glenn Worrell and Brian Lawson paced the field to green with Lawson out first. Harris shadowed him for seven laps before taking over the lead and ran in front to the finish.Tom Humphries and Lawson were next across the stripe.Feature results – 1. Jerald Harris; 2. Tom Humphries; 3. Brian Lawson; 4. Tony Harris; 5. An­thony Linkenhoker; 6. Charlie Ware; 7. Glenn Worrell; 8. Chris Ware; 9. Ron Moyers.last_img read more

WATCH LIVE: WH Coronavirus Task Force Briefing

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first_imgPresident Trump updates what he calls the “Chinese Virus” from the White House.He announced that he is invoking the “Defense Production Act.”The Defense Production Act (Pub.L. 81–774) is a United States federal law enacted on September 8, 1950, in response to the start of the Korean War. WASHINGTON (AP) — Trump says he will invoke Defense Production Act to marshal private sector in response to coronavirus pandemic.— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) March 18, 2020 Also, the Treasury Department is proposing $250-billion in direct payments to Americans, starting April 6th.Another round of $250-billion would start on May 18th.As the coronavirus crisis hammers the U.S. economy, the stimulus package would be a tiered payment system based on income level and family size.The stimulus include 200-billion-dollars in aid to industries, including $50-billion for the struggling airline industry.WASHINGTON (AP) — Treasury proposal: Deliver $500B in checks to millions of Americans, first round coming April 6.— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) March 18, 2020 The president said a “self-swabbing” COVID-19 test will be made available to the public soon.Pres says he’ll be asking FDA to approve self-swabbing for Coronavirus tests to free up medical personnel that now perform the tests.— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) March 18, 2020center_img The Dow Jones Industrial Average is below 20-thousand, a fall of nearly ten-thousand points since it was flirting with crossing the 30-thousand mark for the first time last month. The Dow was down more than 13-hundred points in early trading. All three major stock indexes are down around five or six percent on the day.last_img read more

Sparta Boss in action tonight as Rio $1M tournament kicks off

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first_imgAt the end of the group round, the top two finishers from each section and the best four third place teams will advance to the knockout round.Day-1-Thursday November 14thAlexander vs Kingston-19:00hrsSpot-7 vs Buxton Diamond-19:30hrsBack Circle vs Rio All-Stars-20:00hrsLA Ballers vs BV-20:30hrsLeopold Street vs Uprising-21:00hrsTiger Bay vs Broad Street-21:30hrsSparta vs Melanie-22:00hrs Day-2-Saturday November 16thSophia vs Island All-Stars-19:00hrsAlexander vs Melanie-19:30hrsAlbouystown-A vs Showstoppers-20:00hrsFuture Stars vs Stabroek Ballers-20:30hrsLeopold Street vs Broad Street-21:00hrsGold is Money vs Silver Bullets-21:30hrsKingston vs Sparta-22:00hrs A mammoth crowd is expected to descend on the National Gymnasium on Mandela Avenue this evening when the inaugural ‘Rio Indoor Streetball Championship’ officially starts with the group stage play from 19:00hrs.According to an official release from tournament coordinator, Three Peat Promotions, “The excitement and buzz is certainly in the air for this inaugural tournament. This is the first time in local history that an indoor community/street ball championship will be played for $1,000,000 first prize.It is well deserved for the players who have built this format from its initial humble beginnings and deserved recognition for creating a viable format and alternative of the traditional game.” The release further said, “The tournament is expected to be fiercely competitive and very exciting for both fans and players. We are expecting a huge turnout and support throughout the event as they will be prizes to be won by several spectators each night, which will certainly add to the spectacle that will unfold. We encourage all teams to be punctual for their respective matches and to help keep the tournament, along with their fan base incident free.”The historic event will commence with Alexander Village battling Kingston from 19:00hrs, with Spot-7 taking on Buxton Diamond at 19:30hrs and Back Circle tackling Rio All-Stars from 20:00hrs.The fourth engagement will pit LA Ballers against Beterverwagting [BV] from 20:30hrs, with Leopold Street battling Uprising at 21:30hrs in the fifth affair. In the final two matches, Tiger Bay lock horns with Broad Street at 21:30hrs and Sparta Boss faces off with Melanie from 22:00hrs.The second night of the event will then occur on Saturday at the same venue. The round-robin competition, which lasts for the duration of eight nights, will conclude with the grand finale on December 14th.The other playing nights are November 21st, 23rd, 28th, 30th and December 7th. With the $1,000,000 slated for the eventual winner, the second, third and fourth place finishers will pocket $400,000, $200,000 and $100,000 respectively and the corresponding accolade.Group-A comprises Back Circle, Buxton Diamond, Spot-7 and Rio All-Stars, while group-B contains Leopold Street, Tiger Bay, Uprising and Broad Street, Group-C features Sparta Boss, Alexander Village, Kingston and Melanie.Group-D consists of LA Ballers, Bent Street, BV and Avocado Ballers, while group-E Future Stars is made up of Future Stars, Albouystown-A, Showstoppers, Stabroek Ballers. Group-F involves Gold is Money, Sophia, Silver Bullets and Island All-Stars.last_img read more

F-M girls volleyball takes losses to B’ville, C-NS

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first_imgOn its side, B’ville had Jenna Garvey earn 23 assists and Summer McClintic add 13 assists. McClintic also had 11 kills, part of a strong front line that included Kordas, who had 10 kills.Facing Cicero-North Syracuse on Wednesday night, the Hornets were poised to win, having taken the first two sets 25-15 and 25-21. But the Northstars, after winning the third set 25-9, kept F-M from closing it out in the fourth set, pulling it out 27-25 and then winning the fifth 25-17 to complete the rally.Broddus put away 11 kills, with Stoppacher and Mackenzie Helmer each adding nine kills. Anna Williams had six kills. Napier notched 39 assists and 11 digs as Thomas produced 33 digs, Myaghkota had 18 digs to go with five kills, and Avery had 12 digs.Then F-M went to Central Square’s Dig Pink Tournament on Saturday before a busy week that would culminate Thursday with the Hornets battling its neighbors from Jamesville-DeWitt.For its part, J-D had already swept PSLA-Fowler 25-12, 25-10, 25-10 last Tuesday night, with Sophia Ferris earning six kills and Amber Hamernik adding five kills. Maris Ryan earned eight assists and Grace DiGiovanni contributed six assists,Then the Red Rams lost the first set to Homer 29-27 a night later, but rebounded to win the next three sets by 25-21, 25-17 and 25-22 margins.Ryan had 30 assists and 14 digs as Aurora LeClair got 27 digs. Linda Shen, with 15 kills, paced J-D’s front line, Skylar Hardt contributing nine kills and seven blocks as Fiona McNeil had four kills and eight blocks and Ferris got eight kills. Cara Glazier had 12 digs.Then J-D swept Fulton 25-15, 25-17, 25-14 on Thursday night, seeing Shen deliver seven kills and Elena Hardt add six kills. Ferris had four kills, the same as Skyler Hardt, with Ryan earning 19 assists and  LeClair getting eight digs.Bishop Grimes returned to action last Tuesday night, sweeping Hamilton 25-11, 29-27, 25-12. Izzy Kinsey managed eight kills, three aces and nine digs, with Bella D’Andrea and Abbey Clapper earning seven kills apiece. Lexi Emmi earned 22 assists, five digs and four aces.Then, in Friday’s match against Bishop Ludden, the Cobras won the first set 25-21, lost the next two sets 25-10 and 25-22 and claimed the fourth set 25-17, only to drop the final set to the Gaelic Knights 25-17. D’Andrea finished with 13 kills, while Kinsey had seven kills and Emmi got 23 assists.In boys volleyball, Fayetteville-Manlius had opened its season Aug. 30 with a tournament appearance in Baldwinsville, then was off until last Tuesday night, when in its first head-to-head match of the fall it defeated Oswego in four sets.Close 28-26 decisions in each of the last two sets indicated how good this match was as Andersen Fuller put away 20 kills, with Cyrus Felton adding 13 kills and six digs. Feeding both of them, Brandon Rogers piled up 37 assists as Sam Elbadawi had a team-best seven digs. Isaac Frechette contributed five digs.Jamesville-DeWitt ran into Cicero-North Syracuse and lost, 25-18, 25-13, 25-22 to the Northstars. Matt Cieplicki still finished with 11 kills, while Nick Kemmis got six kills and Kenny Hildreth added five kills. Brevin Scullion passed to them and earned 23 assists.But the Red Rams rebounded two days later to sweep Liverpool 25-19, 25-21, 25-18. Scullion gained 32 assists, passing it to Cieplicki, who had 15 kills, and Kemmis, who got 13 kills. Hildreth earned five aces.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story At least for a single set, the Fayetteville-Manlius girls volleyball team could say that it got the best of its long-time nemesis from Baldwinsville.That was part of the takeaway from last Monday’s SCAC Metro division match, with the Hornets falling in four sets, but proving, at leaset for a while, that it could make the mighty Bees worry a bit.Both teams were coming off tournament action on Sept. 7, F-M having hosted the “Hornets’ Nest” event as B’ville gained an impressive title over host Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, who has won six state championships. Two nights later, they were going head-to-head, and the Bees made enough mistakes in the first set that the Hornets capitalized and won that set 25-22.And the second set was close, too, but B’ville pulled this out 25-22. Perhaps denied its best chance at an upset, F-M could only watch as the Bees claimed each of the next two sets by equal 25-14 margins.Juliana Myagkota still managed 14 kills, with Nina Avery notching 10 kills and Kendra Broddus getting eight kills. Defensively, Morgan Napier notched 18 digs, with Harter Stoppacher adding eight digs.center_img Tags: Bishop GrimesF-MJ-Dvolleyballlast_img read more