Florida coach Will Muschamp landed his highest ranked recruit in his short time as the Gators’ coach in Vernon Hargreaves III, the fourth-rated best player in the country.A five-star prospect, Hargreaves tweeted: “I can officially say I am committed to THE University of Florida ! #GoGators CHOMP CHOMP”.The 5-foot-11, 185-pound defensive back chose Florida over Clemson, Vanderbilt, Notre Dame and Miami.Hargreaves, who has already committed to play in the Under Armour All-America game in January, becomes the highest-ranked Florida commit. Seventeen of Florida’s 18 verbal commits are rated four-star prospects or higher, and 12 are listed on the ESPN 300.In his junior season, Hargreaves had 49 tackles, two interceptions and a sack on defense, while adding 13 receptions for 313 yards and three touchdowns for a Wharton program that finished the season with a record of 5-6 after advancing to the FHSAA Class 8A state playoffs in 2011.The son of Vernon Hargreaves, Jr., an assistant under Skip Holtz at South Florida, he gave his father’s school some consideration. At the same time, his sister, Karina, attends Florida, and she was definitely pro-Gator. “All day. Whenever she texts or calls me, it’s ‘come to Florida,’” Hargreaves said. “It’s funny, though.” Asked who recruited him harder, his dad or his older sister, Hargreaves answered without hesitation.“My sister, definitely,” he said.It also helped Florida that Hargreaves gained an affection for Florida assistant Travaris Robinson, who was in charge of recruiting him.“He’s a good guy, he’s funny, energetic and he’s telling me the truth about Florida,” Hargreaves said. “He’s not telling me lies – not saying I’m going to come in and start or anything crazy like that.”Although Hargreaves continues to be on pace to graduate from high school early, he revealed on Saturday afternoon that it was not certain he would actually enroll in college for the spring semester at this time.
Before the champion Miami Heat faced the challenger Indiana Pacers Wednesday night, the teams engaged in a battle of verbiage that did not indicate they were chummy. And the action on the floor exemplified the advancing animosity between to the teams.LeBron James needed a cotton swab in his nose to keep playing in the fourth quarter after he was whacked in the face. Dwyane Wade spent the final minute of the game icing his right hamstring.Indiana center Roy Hibbert took an elbow to the face that left him so groggy he didn’t even remember getting hit. How’d he get it? James was called for a flagrant foul when he drove to the basket and sent the 7-foot-2, 290-pound Hibbert crashing to the ground. When Hibbert got up, he stumbled. Eventually he had to leave the court to change his blood-spattered jersey, but he refused to sit against the Heat.Wade and Lance Stephenson were assessed technical fouls over a shoving match. Stephenson was ejected midway through the fourth quarter after picking up his second technical for celebrating a basket.But that’s what the Heat extracted from the Pacers: pure emotion. The Pacers earned an 84-83 win in a physical game. In the process, they let it be known that they have the audacity necessary to challenge the Heat.“They’re the champs, they’re going to bring out the best in us,” said bruising forward David West, who made a 3-pointer with 50.2 seconds to go. “They bring out the best in anybody. I thought we just had enough fight.”There were potential fights all night, a display of bravado that Indiana believes is necessary against the champions. More than that, the Pacers played better, if only by a little bit, on a night when James was brilliant. The four-time MVP had 38 points on 9-for-15 shooting, eight rebounds, five assists. However, James and Wade each had six turnovers.Miami managed only one basket over the final 3 minutes, 23 seconds. James and Chris Bosh both missed late jumpers that would have given Miami the lead, the last an airball by Bosh from just right of the top of the key as time expired.“They’re a tough team, psychologically against most teams they have the edge,” West said. “They’ve got the best player in the game. Their pedigree, their entire organization, you understand what you’re going to get.”Evan Turner, a 25-year-old, replaced Stephenson in the lineup and made two strong plays down the stretch that pulled the Pacers back from a four-point deficit.“When I got back in, coach said, ‘Welcome to the rivalry,’ ” Turner said.
Bahamas to take 15-member delegation to CARICOM meeting set in Mo’Bay, Jamaica Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:CARICOM, daniel malcolm, UK Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales – The United Kingdom has acknowledged to MM on several occasions that it has received a report from Caricom which included advice on the current TCI Constitution…and yet, nothing. No word, no formal reply or opinion to TCIG or Caricom and nothing to demonstrate that it even counts worth the while what are the concerns of the 20 nations of the Caribbean Community related to the Turks and Caicos Islands, which is an Associate member of Caricom.Nonetheless, Chairman of the Constitutional Review Committee Mr Daniel Malcolm says this time, the UK will pay attention, that this exercise of public consultation is not cosmetic. QUOTE. With his team introduced and described as formidable, Mr Malcolm said residents need to show up to the seven public meetings and should reach out for any private meetings as the country discusses proposing a replacement constitution to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. QUOTE. Here is that meeting schedule. Next Tuesday, September 16 in Grand Turk at 6:30pm at the Ona Glinton Primary School… the Salt Shed in Salt Cay at 10am on Wednesday September 17… In Provo, September 18 at 6:30pm at the Gus Lightbourne Gym – that’s a week from today; South Caicos on September 25 at the Regatta Village at 6:30pm; North Caicos on September 30 at the Adelaide Omeler Primary at 6:30pm… on October 1st it is to Middle Caicos at the Community Center at 10am with a trip into North Caicos again, this time Kew for a meeting at the Hubert James primary school at 6:30pm again that meeting is October 1st. The exchange is expected to be robust, Daniel Malcolm giving media a glimpse into his style and his thoughts during the formal announcements yesterday at the office of the Premier. Recommended for you CARICOM Inter-Sessional Meeting discussions conclude on high note UN SG is Special Guest at Opening Ceremony for CARICOM Heads Meeting Wednesday
Related Items:governor peter beckingham, jmc, london, premier rufis ewing DR wants consulate office in TCI New Prison Supt & Officer of the Year Awarded Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp More motor mishaps; PDM Leader calls for Govt attention to illegal jitneys, again Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 01 Dec 2014 – The Premier and Governor are in London where the JMC meetings are in session; and yes there will be talk on Constitutional Reform and National Security at the Joint Ministerial Council. Hon Dr Rufus Ewing on Thursday told Magnetic Media that indeed an expanded presence is coming for the TCI in London…. The bigger office will opened with a party on Friday (Dec 5) night. We spoke to him about his attempt to purchase a new vehicle for the Office of the Premier; Hon Ewing was reluctant to expose if the matter truly angered him. In the end, the country’s leader who will now only be able to lease the Chevy Suburban, explained that those involved were following the letter of the law and his plan is to draft a report for the Integrity Commission to have the ordinance relaxed.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, August 3, 2017 – Nassau – Summer Camp came to a close for over 700 campers who participated in a three-week programme put on by the Ministry of Social Services and Urban Development. The camp officially closed during a ceremony at Loyola Hall, July 31.Children from 5 to 15 years engaged in wholesome activities including needlework, ceramic painting, sports, liturgical dance, field trips, decorative arts and more at nine Urban Renewal Centres throughout New Providence. The theme for the camp was “It’s a Bahamian Thing.”The closing ceremony was attended by the Hon. Lanisha Rolle, Minister of Social Services and Urban Development; Vaughn Miller, Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Social Services and Urban Development; Members of Parliament, camp facilitators and parents.The inner-city urban campers represented their centres and performed songs, cultural dances, dramatization, and choral speaking during the three-hour event.In her address, Minister Rolle emphasized the importance of working together. “More than anything I want all of you to take from this experience the fact that the only thing that is going to make us stronger and better as a community is team work,” said Minister Rolle.She informed the campers that the Government is here to provide opportunities for them to realize their dreams and help to develop The Bahamas.An exhibition highlighting the work of the campers followed the ceremony.Story by: Kathryn CampbellRelease: BISBIS Photos/Patrick HannaPhoto CaptionsHeader: Children put on a dance routine at the Closing Ceremony1st Insert: At right, the Hon. Lanisha Rolle, Minister of Social Services and Urban Development, and other Government officials are pictured as they cheer campers following a performance at Urban Renewal Summer Camp’s Closing Ceremony.2nd Insert: The Hon. Lanisha Rolle, Minister of Social Services and Urban Development, speaks at the closing ceremony of Urban Renewal Summer Camp. Related Items:
Paris Saint-Germain winger Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting fears that Neymar’s injury might be a big miss as he wished him a speedy recoveryThe Brazil skipper was taken off after only eight minutes of action, though replacement Richarlison netted the solitary goal of the game.Brazil doctor Rodrigo Lasmar eased fears over Neymar’s fitness, telling SporTV: “It does not appear to be a serious injury”. However, he said a scan will be needed on the injury.PSG face Liverpool in a crunch Champions League clash on November 28, with Neymar’s fellow forward Kylian Mbappe also injured on international duty.Choupo-Moting may be included in the starting XI if either attacker were injured for any length of time, but he has his fingers crossed for Neymar.Opinion: Neymar will earn respect back from the PSG fans Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 After completing his incredible return to Parc des Princes, we predict that Neymar will earn the respect back from PSG supporters.The situation between Neymar…“It would be worrying because he is a very important player, as all the players are,” he said, as quoted by FourFourTwo via Daily Mail.“No player is more important than the team. He’s a great player though and I hope he is not injured for a long time.“I talked quickly to him but it was just after the injury. I think it’s not too serious. I hope he will be ready next week for us.“He wanted to play. He really had an injury and felt something.”
Posted: December 27, 2018 SAN DIEGO (KUSI)- The San Diego Fire and Rescue Department is drawing national attention for its behavioral wellness program. Fire departments nationwide are taking note of San Diego’s efforts when it comes to depression. Nationally, more firefighters take their own lives than are killed in the line of duty.KUSI’s John Soderman is at Fire Station 28 in Kearny Mesa with the special report. KUSI Newsroom, Annual report in San Diego on firefighter suicides is getting national attention KUSI Newsroom December 27, 2018 Categories: KUSI, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter