Eurogroup of finance ministers confirms it will grant a three-year bailout loan to Greece as European Central Bank hikes bank liquidity assistance

first_img whatsapp Share The Eurogroup of finance ministers today confirmed it will grant Greece a three-year bailout loan – just as European Central Bank (ECB) chief Mario Draghi confirmed it will increase the amount of liquidty assistance available to banks by €900m in one week. At a press conference today, Draghi said the approval of bridge financing, plus the Greek parliament’s move to vote in favour of austerity rules outlined by its lenders “restored conditions for a raise in Emergency Liquidity Assistance (ELA)”.  “The ECB continues to act on the assumption that Greece and will remain a member of the euro area,” he added.”We will now see how the situation will evolve”. He also pointed out that with total exposure to the Greek economy of €130bn, the ECB is now the country’s largest depositor. As Draghi was speaking, the Eurogroup published a statement saying a new three-year loan will take the form of a “stability support” to Greece, provided under the European Stability Mechanism.However, it added that the loan is still subject to “the completion of relevant national procedures”. It gave the Greek authorities a deadline of 22 July – next Wednesday – to adopt the second set of measures outlined by its creditors. Video Carousel – cityam_native_carousel – 426 00:00/00:50 LIVERead More Ad Unmute by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeMoneyPailShe Was A Star, Now She Works In ScottsdaleMoneyPailUndoSwift VerdictChrissy Metz, 39, Shows Off Massive Weight Loss In Fierce New PhotoSwift VerdictUndoMaternity WeekA Letter From The Devil Written By A Possessed Nun In 1676 Has Been TranslatedMaternity WeekUndoPost FunKate & Meghan Are Very Different Mothers, These Photos Prove ItPost FunUndoGameday NewsNBA Wife Turns Heads Wherever She GoesGameday NewsUndozenherald.comMeghan Markle Changed This Major Detail On Archies Birth Certificatezenherald.comUndoEquity MirrorThey Drained Niagara Falls — They Weren’t Prepared For This Sickening DiscoveryEquity MirrorUndoTheFashionBallAlica Schmidt Is The Most Beautiful Athlete To ExistTheFashionBallUndoLearn It WiseAfter Losing 70lbs Susan Boyle Is So Skinny Now She Looks Like A ModelLearn It WiseUndo Eurogroup of finance ministers confirms it will grant a three-year bailout loan to Greece as European Central Bank hikes bank liquidity assistance Tags: Greek debt crisiscenter_img whatsapp Thursday 16 July 2015 9:02 am Show Comments ▼ Emma Haslett More From Our Partners Astounding Fossil Discovery in California After Man Looks Closelygoodnewsnetwork.orgPuffer fish snaps a selfie with lucky divernypost.comInstitutional Investors Turn To Options to Bet Against AMCvaluewalk.comBrave 7-Year-old Boy Swims an Hour to Rescue His Dad and Little Sistergoodnewsnetwork.orgWhite House Again Downplays Fourth Possible Coronvirus Checkvaluewalk.comPolice Capture Elusive Tiger Poacher After 20 Years of Pursuing the Huntergoodnewsnetwork.orgSidney Crosby, Alex Ovechkin are graying and frayingnypost.comNative American Tribe Gets Back Sacred Island Taken 160 Years Agogoodnewsnetwork.orgRussell Wilson, AOC among many voicing support for Naomi Osakacbsnews.comlast_img read more

Time-Out Facilities to be Established for Disruptive Students

first_imgRelatedTime-Out Facilities to be Established for Disruptive Students FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Plans are being put in place to establish a number of “time-out” facilities to accommodate disruptive students.This was one of several new measures outlined by the Minister of Education, Andrew Holness to tackle the growing incidence of crime and violence in schools. He was speaking at press conference held recently at the Ministry’s Heroes Circle office.According to Mr. Holness, his Ministry will be seeking to establish these facilities because there are some students who cannot be accommodated within the regular school system due to their behaviour.“The Ministry’s obligation is to provide for every single child and therefore alternative systems will have to be developed to manage these students who choose to be disruptive,” the Education Minister noted, adding that the first facility would be set up in Westmoreland.The Ministry currently has several programmes that cater to students with chronic maladaptive behaviours including, the Programme for Alternative Student Support, where students who are considered to be disruptive are taken out of the school system and are offered alternative support. There is also the more intense Adjustment and Social Integration Programme.In the meantime, the Education Minister encouraged principals to be more proactive in identifying potential security concerns and address them before they emerge.“Violence doesn’t come by surprise; there are always indicators. Our school leaders need to be trained in identifying the precursor to crises and we are committed and will be assisting them to do so,” Minister Holness assured. RelatedTime-Out Facilities to be Established for Disruptive Students RelatedTime-Out Facilities to be Established for Disruptive Studentscenter_img Time-Out Facilities to be Established for Disruptive Students UncategorizedFebruary 2, 2008 Advertisementslast_img read more

Colorado High School Juniors Learn Business, Leadership Skills At Week-Long CU-Boulder Workshop

first_img Published: June 8, 1999 Thirty minority high school students from around the state will attend the 12th Annual Business Leadership Program from June 13 to June 19 on the CU-Boulder campus.Participants from the Denver metro area include Philip Bird, Ida Mae Bolivar, Jonathan Lee and Le Tran of Aurora; Nicolas Casias of Thornton; Shijith Chacko of Littleton; Sara Elturk of Broomfield; Pa Lor and Angelo Villalva of Westminster; Adam Maher of Northglenn; Jason Ornelas of Commerce City; Jaynetta Johnson, Natalie Pablo, Nylah Rogers, Ida Broadnax and Lyman Wimbs of Denver; Diya Thomas of Golden; and Nathan Usrey of Lafayette.Sponsored by the College of Business at the University of Colorado, the program is designed to expose high school juniors to business and computer skills and the rigors of college life. Participants live in a CU residence hall, work with College of Business faculty and Boulder-Denver area business leaders and learn college and financial aid application processes.The College of Business and various corporate sponsors pay the cost of tuition, room and board. Sponsors include IBM, GTE, State Farm Insurance, Enterprise Rent-a-Car, Deluxe Financial Services and PriceWaterhouse Coopers.Among other activities, students will compete in teams to design image campaigns for a corporate sponsor. “The students really learn to work together and they develop fantastic presentation skills,” said Lisa Hutton, program coordinator. “Business leaders and students who have worked with us in the past have raved about their experiences.”The Business Leadership Program is open to black, Hispanic, Asian and American Indian high school juniors interested in pursuing business careers. Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-maillast_img read more

Student life: Tips for finding off-campus housing after the flood

first_imgBy Off-Campus Housing and Neighborhood RelationsDuring last September’s flood, hundreds of students living off campus were displaced and thousands of dollars were lost in property damage. As you begin your housing search, consider asking your future landlord if the prospective unit was affected by the flood. How bad was the damage and what repairs have been made?Other post flood housing search tips: Talk with the current tenants, if possible, and ask them about their experience.                 -Did the landlord provide adequate communication during the repairs?                 -Did the landlord offer any form of rent abatement?                 -Have there been problems with the unit since repairs were made? Tour the actual unit, not just a model. Inspect the condition of the walls, ceilings, and floors. Look around the unit for mold. Check the condition of the appliances. Your lease should contain a provision that says the landlord is responsible for paying for repairs, unless the repairs are for damage caused by you or your guests. If the landlord agrees to make improvements to the unit prior to move in, get all promises by the landlord in writing before signing the lease.Questions about signing a lease for a damaged unit? Schedule a free lease review. Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: Jan. 9, 2014 last_img read more

Faculty, staff volunteers needed for Fall Welcome

first_img Join the university in welcoming both new and returning students by volunteering for Fall Welcome. Starting with new student move-in on Aug. 20, Fall Welcome continues through Sept. 1 with more than 200 events. As a Fall Welcome volunteer, faculty and staff have the unique opportunity to be one of the first to greet new students during this time. If you goWho: Faculty, staff, students, alumni and community membersWhat: Fall Welcome 2017When: Aug. 20 to Sept. 1Where: Across campusThose interested in volunteering can view descriptions for volunteer shifts and sign up online at the link below.Volunteer for Fall WelcomeThe main objective of Fall Welcome is to ensure the transition to CU Boulder is an engaging, healthy and positive experience for everyone. To achieve this goal, enthusiastic volunteers who are committed to welcoming students in an inclusive and positive way are needed.“I look forward to seeing our campus come together to welcome our incoming students and families,” said Christina Gonzales, vice chancellor of Student Affairs. “Our volunteers are important because they create a positive and memorable Fall Welcome experience and support our students as they transition to life at CU Boulder academically and socially.”All experiences during Fall Welcome benefit students and families—Fall Welcome provides information on campus resources and ways to get involved, helps build culture and a love for the university, provides awareness of expectations and responsibilities and ultimately creates a comfortable and welcoming environment to kick off the academic year.Are you a student interested in volunteering? Read “5 reasons to volunteer for Fall Welcome” at CU Boulder Today.Last year, 1,405 staff, faculty and students volunteered to ensure the success of Fall Welcome. This year, volunteers can help students move in to their new campus home or assist students and families in navigating around campus. There are also opportunities to volunteer at a few signature Fall Welcome events, such as Convocation, CU Kickoff, and The Black and Gold Bash. Faculty and staff are encouraged to join the tradition of welcoming students and families to CU Boulder by signing up to volunteer during Fall Welcome. Additionally, departments and offices can volunteer together; to register a group, please contact Hannah Wilks at 303-735-4600 or email [email protected] Published: July 25, 2017 Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mailcenter_img Categories:Deadlines & AnnouncementsCampus Communitylast_img read more

Skills Training Equips Young People To Contribute To Nation Building – GG

first_imgFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Governor-General, His Excellency the Most Hon. Sir Patrick Allen, has highlighted the importance of vocational and skills training in developing self-sufficient and independent Jamaicans, who are equipped with the necessary competencies to contribute significantly to nation building.Sir Patrick, who was speaking on Tuesday (October 5) at the official opening of the Worldskills Jamaica National Skills Competition and Worldskills General Assembly at the National Indoor Sports Centre in Kingston, said skills training will make young people “masters and not slaves of labour”.“In educating our youth, we should seek to give them the training that will make them self-sustaining,” he added.The Governor-General noted that while practical labour and vocational skills are often looked on unfavourably because it is felt that they are undertaken out of necessity and not choice, the fact is that “working with one’s hand can be an enriching and rewarding experience.”He said that many traditional jobs are disappearing and are being replaced by new skills ushered in by innovations in information communication technology.Skills training, he said, ensures that workers get connected and stay connected to the job market, and are easily re-integrated when economic activity is restored.Sir Patrick told the delegates that as they discuss various aspects of technical and vocational education training during this year’s assembly and examine the implications for sustainable development, they must not forget the important call that is being made for them to contribute to the process of nation building.“Our countries will not be in a position to provide for its people, safeguard its physical heritage and generate its own wealth, if its youth are not empowered to be leaders of this process,” he argued.The Worldskills General Assembly is being held at the Wyndham Kingston Hotel from October 3 to 10 and over the eight days, official and technical delegates representing the organisation’s highest decision making group from 53 member countries will meet to review the state of international technical vocational skills, and to hold a landmark leadership election.The delegates, who are influential members from the public and private sectors in their respective countries, will meet with local business, academic and government leaders during their stay on the island.During the meetings, the assembly will be given the task of approving the creation of a World Skills Foundation that will be responsible for advocacy to advance the World Skills cause globally.Jamaica, which was the first Caribbean country to join World Skills International in 2004, is the first country in the region to host the General Assembly, having edged Singapore for the bid with 27 to 19 votes.The two-day World Skills Jamaica competition got underway today (Oct. 6) at the University of Technology campus, with 350 entrants and 160 coaches vying to represent Jamaica at the biennial WorldSkills International Competition in London in October 2011.The events are being hosted by the Ministry of Education through the HEART Trust/NTA. RelatedSkills Training Equips Young People To Contribute To Nation Building – GG RelatedSkills Training Equips Young People To Contribute To Nation Building – GG Skills Training Equips Young People To Contribute To Nation Building – GG Governor GeneralOctober 7, 2010center_img RelatedSkills Training Equips Young People To Contribute To Nation Building – GG Advertisementslast_img read more

Region to Discuss Financing for Renewable Energy Projects

first_imgRegion to Discuss Financing for Renewable Energy Projects TechnologySeptember 10, 2012 FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Minister of State for Science, Technology, Energy and Mining (STEM), Hon. Julian Robinson, will convene a special meeting of Caribbean representatives attending the renewable energy summit in Malta on September 7, 2012 to discuss measures to access financing for energy projects. Mr. Robinson, who spoke to JIS News from Malta on September 6, said the meeting will examine how CARICOM, as a regional bloc of countries, can interact with entities like the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) to source assistance, grants, and other financial instruments “to facilitate joined-up projects rather than compete head on for instruments from the same global financial pie”. He said that invariably, many of the smaller, poorer countries lose out to the larger and better resourced ones when trying to source financial assistance. “We need to be more collaborative, more strategic and savvy…so I’m reaching out to them. So far, they seem interested to meet,” he stated. The two-day summit, dubbed:  ‘Renewables and Islands Global Summit’, is being hosted by IRENA.  One of the objectives of the meeting is to encourage small developing states, such as Jamaica, to increase their use of renewable energy sources in the overall mix of energy consumption. This takes on added significance for Jamaica as currently, about 90 per cent of the island’s energy is derived from the importation of heavy fuel oils.  Mr. Robinson has pointed out that in 2011 over $191 billion was spent importing oil for the country’s energy needs.          “That is more than the total of all our exports, so it’s critical from an economical perspective that we diversify and look at renewable energy sources. So, the Summit will look at approaches that small developing countries can take to enhance their renewable energy supplies,” he said. RelatedRegion to Discuss Financing for Renewable Energy Projects RelatedRegion to Discuss Financing for Renewable Energy Projectscenter_img RelatedRegion to Discuss Financing for Renewable Energy Projects Advertisementslast_img read more

China Unicom profit surge fuelled by 3G uptake

first_img Tim Ferguson Home China Unicom profit surge fuelled by 3G uptake China Unicom reported improved profit and revenue for the first nine months of the year, as the company’s 3G business continued to drive growth.The second-largest operator in China reported net profit of CNY8.37 billion ($1.38 billion) for the year to date, compared with CNY5.45 billion in the comparable 2012 period. Its revenue was CNY220.17 billion, up 18.9 per cent from CNY185.19 billion seen in the equivalent period in 2012.Service revenue was CNY177.38 billion, up 13.6 per cent year on year. Mobile service revenue increased 20.2 per cent to CNY111.94 billion, with the 3G business contributing 57.8 per cent to the total compared to 45.9 per cent in 2012.The net addition of 33.45 million mobile subscribers over the first nine months of the year brought the total to 272.76 million. The net addition of 3G subscribers was 35.17 million, meaning the total base of 3G subscribers hit 111.63 million by the end of September.Average revenue per user for the period was CNY48.6, but was considerably higher for 3G subscribers, at CNY76.5.The company said that it had reduced its 3G terminal subsidy cost as a percentage of 3G service revenue from 10.9 per cent in 2012 to 9 per cent from in 2013. The subsidy cost stood at CNY5.82 billion. Network, operation and support expenses also decreased as a percentage of service revenue, from 15.4 per cent to 13.9 per cent.China Unicom said in a statement it had “continuously enhanced its network capacity and further expanded its network scale” during the period.For its fixed line unit, the company claimed “stable growth” in service revenue, up 3.8 per cent to CNY64.82 billion. Its broadband operations generated 52.7 per cent of this, from 49.7 per cent in the first three quarters of 2012. Author Apps Related 3GChinaChina UnicomFinancial China expands app curbscenter_img Ericsson warns over loss of China market share Previous ArticleHP seeking buyers for mobile patents – reportNext ArticleSamsung reports another strong quarter on smartphones, semiconductors Tags AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 25 OCT 2013 Tim joined Mobile World Live in August 2011 and works across all channels, with a particular focus on apps. He came to the GSMA with five years of tech journalism experience, having started his career as a reporter… More Read more China impone restricciones a más aplicacioneslast_img read more

Thursday Wrap presented by The Men’s Room: Diamond Pickett records her sixth double-double; Jared King hits game-winner on senior night

first_img Subscribe by Email SCIO (0-7) 21FRIENSHIP (3-3) 40 DANSVILLE (6-0) 60WARSAW (2-4) 15Arayana Young recorded a monster double-double with 14 points and 16 rebounds which led Dansville to its sixth straight win. Hannah LaPlant had an all-around game that featured a game-high 18 points alongside seven rebounds, seven steals, and four assists. Madison Lee was the only other Mustang in double-figures with 13. Other scorers – Dansville: Abigail Belcher (6), Sidney Stone (4), Madelyn Failla (2), Erin Patanella (2), and Briella Caruso (1) PERRY (2-4) 39LETCHWORTH (0-6) 20 BLOOMFIELD (3-4) 40DUNDEE (4-3) 54Senior Steven Webster recorded a double-double with 14 points, 13 rebounds, and four blocks as Dundee moved above .500. Logan Salvatore and Peyton Boudinot each chipped in 14 points and six rebounds. Dundee jumped out to a 14-2 lead after the first quarter and half a 30-12 lead at the half. This was the third straight win for Dundee. Other scorers – Dundee: Blake Machuga (4), Brady Richardson (3), Michael End (3), Hunter Crofoot (2) Thursday Wrap presented by The Men’s Room: Diamond Pickett records her sixth double-double; Jared King hits game-winner on senior night HFL’s Hannah Selke (10) and Teagan Kamm (24) pressure Olympia’s Abby Dewar (22) during Thursday’s action. (Photo: PAUL GOTHAM)GIRLSOUR LADY OF MERCY (6-2) 66AQUINAS (4-3) 32Libby McDonough’s 23 points (18 in the first half) led Mercy (6-2) to a 66-32 win at Aquinas (4-3). She was joined in double figures by Katie Whitaker (12 points and 12 rebounds). The Monarchs spread the rest of the scoring around in a dominant win that was keyed by a stellar defensive showing in the first half. READ MORE.HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (6-2) 61GREECE OLYMPIA (2-5) 34Foul trouble limited the Honeoye Falls-Lima girls’ basketball team late in the first half, Thursday night. Lineup intact to start the third quarter, Steve Willoughby’s squad rolled to its fourth win in five games. READ MORE.SCHOOL OF THE ARTS (0-4) 35EAST (4-2) 85Diamond Pickett paced East with a game-high 27 points alongside 24 rebounds. Pickett has recorded a double-double in all six games this year. Shariona Blocker stuffed the stat sheet with 23 points, eight rebounds, seven assists, and five steals. Imani Oliver chipped in 15 points with four rebounds and four assists. Other scorers – East: Gabriella Brown-Sturdviant III (11), D’niah Johnson (5), and Ali’Yana Robinson (4). Kiki Jackson led the School of the Arts with a team-high 16 points and 10 rebounds. WEBSTER THOMAS (1-5) 40CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (4-2) 53PENFIELD (6-1) 61BRIGHTON (2-4) 48Junior Eva Elliot scored a team-high 15 points as Penfield collected its third-straight win. Haley Emmick had 11, and Kennedy Cone totaled 10. Other scorers – Penfield: Emma Blumenstock (9), Elisa Faklaris (7), Grace Alexander (3), Kylie Bell (3), and Jackie Funk (3). Kaiya Larkins led Brighton with a team-high 15 points alongside three assists and three rebounds. Kiara Anglin posted a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds. Other scorers – Brighton: Lucy Lederman (7), Sadie Scott (7), Katie Hardie (5), Olivia Rush (2), and Ellen Lavonas (1)FAIRPORT (7-1) 47VICTOR (2-4) 44PITTSFORD MENDON (7-0) 75SPENCERPORT (0-6) 29PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND (3-4) 33BATAVIA (5-3) 48GREECE ARCADIA (0-5) 24BROCKPORT (5-2) 57Brockport picked up its third straight win behind a team-high 15 points from junior Ella Fadale. Ava Velletri was the only other Blue Devil in double-figures with 14. Other scorers – Brockport: Emma Laureano (8), Maggie Schultz (8), Gisela Allen (6), Anna Wojtas (4), and Emma Sodoma (2)EASTRIDGE (1-4) 34GREECE ATHENA (3-3) 48Senior Kiera Osier scored a team-high 19 points which snapped a two-game losing streak. Jamie McConnell, Mariah Freeman, and Trinity Johnson each scored seven points. Other scorers – Athena: Lynia Thomas (4), Lauren Branagan (2), and Maddie Pioli (2) Add to Google+ GENESEO (5-1) 45MOUNT MORRIS (0-6) 29Senior Faith Ainsworth led a balanced Geneseo offense which featured nine different scorers. Ainsworth had a team-high 11, and Mary Claire Rollins finished with 10. Other scorers – Geneseo: Brogan Henderson (9), Tessa Reilly (4), Emily Lamb (3), Regina Cucchiara (2), Caroline Capel (2), Tessa Salatel (2), and Maggie Kennedy (2) WATERLOO (8-0) 60PALMYRA-MACEDON (6-2) 28Giavanna White-Principio led the eight Indian scorers with a team-high 18 points. Allie Smith and Macy Carr each scored nine points as Waterloo remains unbeaten. Other scorers – Waterloo: Kennedy Beniamino (7), Jazzmyn Lewis (6), McKenzie Barber (6), Natalie DiSanto (3), and Morgan Caraballo (2) ALEXANDER (2-4) 44OAKFIELD-ALABAMA (5-1) 60 Print This Post Connect on Linked in IRONDEQUOIT (2-3) 28CANANDAIGUA (6-1) 51 SCIO (4-2) 58HINSDALE (1-4) 56Senior Cam Loucks exploded for 39 points including 10 points in the fourth quarter has Scio won its second straight game. Cam Loucks started off hot with 16 in the first quarter, and ended the half with 26. Brenden Locuks complimented cam with 15 points, with 13 of them coming in the second half. Nate Ford finished with four points. MIDLAKES (6-2) 71NEWARK (1-7) 31 GANANDA (3-4) 32RED JACKET (3-4) 49Isabelle McHugh led the seven Red Jacket scorers with a team-high 10 points. This win snapped a three game losing streak for the Indians. Other scorers – Red Jacket: Emily Record (9), Olivia Hotchkiss (8), Mary English (7), Natalie Lecceardone (6), Ashley Reed (6), and Anna Penird (3) ROCHESTER PREP (4-3) 82ROCHESTER ACADEMY (2-5) 81Senior Donya Walton grabbed a steal and made a buzzer-beating layup as time expired to give Rochester Prep its fourth straight win. Donya finished with 11 points, Senior Emmanuel Graham scored a team-high 20 points alongside five assists. Jami Walker chipped in 18, and Jaquis Robinson finished with 17. Javier Flowers collected 12 rebounds to go along with his nine points. BYRON-BERGEN (4-3) 79KENDALL (1-6) 51Senior Nick Baubie led Byron-Bergen with a game-high 20 points. Jerrod Amesbury chipped in 14, and Corden Zimmerman added in 11. The Bees snapped a two-game losing streak and moved back to above .500. Derek Edick paced Kendall with a team-high 19 points alongside five blocks and four rebounds. Quante Gillians totaled 14 points with seven rebounds, and Braxton Zarpetine had 12. By Nic Rohloff on February 25, 2021No Comment Follow on Facebook CALEDONIA-MUMFORD (3-4) 22YORK (4-2) 48York snapped a two-game losing streak behind a game-high 18 points from junior Sydnee Emerson. Stephanie Santiago was the only other Lady Knight in double-figures with 12. Other scorers – York: Addison Houseman (6), Katelyn Curry (6), Molly Grant (2), Adison Plank (2), and Stephanie Schunk (2) HAVERLING (3-3) 60LEROY (1-5) 45Haverling got back to .500 behind a game-high 21 points from sophomore Meredith Czajkowski. Cadin Taggart and Abby Spiess both scored in double-figures, Taggart had 13 and Spiess finished with 11. Other scorers – Haverling: Keegan Smith (8), Gillian Oksinski (2), Cadence Stermole (2), Raegan Faulkner (2), and Olivia Travis (1) GENESEE (1-5) 36WHITESVILLE (6-0) 80All eight Whitesville Blue Jay’s reached the scorers column, and Vanessa Hall scored a game-high 33 points. Kennedy Bledsoe complimented Vanessa Hall with 20 of her own, and Gabbi Hall chipped in 10. Other scorers – Whitesville: Rachel Jackson (6), Serena Ainsworth (5), Aislinn Hamilton (2), Serina Button (2), and Brynn Scholl (2)center_img WAYNE (8-0) 61GENEVA (5-3) 44Tyler Reynolds scored 17 to headline four different double-figure scorers for Wayne. Mason Blankenberg added 15 of his own including 13 of them in the second half. Elijah Schichtel scored 12, and Devon Forrest had 10. Other scorers – Wayne: Noah Means (4), and Charley Wiggins (4). Nasir Harrison paced Geneva with a game-high 19 points. Harrison had 13 of his 19 in the fourth quarter, and tallied five threes throughout the game. Other scorers – Geneva: Devon Martin (7), Nate Askin (7), Will Diaz (3), and Jaheim Jackson (2) GENEVA (1-7) 28WAYNE (2-6) 26 SOUTH SENECA (7-0) 51MARCUS WHITMAN (5-2) 34Senior Logan Shaulis scored a season-high 20 points as South Seneca remains undefeated. The trio of Allissa Fletcher, Emma Fletcher, and Lea Fletcher combined for 21. Allissa had nine, and Emma and Lea each had six. Other scorers – South Seneca: Allison Kenyon (6), Hailey Crane (6), and Sam Grover (2). Maddie Ryan was the only Wildcat in double-figures with 15. Other scorers – Marcus Whitman: Katie Deatherage (8), Olivia Herod (5), Felicia Cotroneo (4), and Grace Morse (2) LYNDONVILLE (4-3) 67BATAVIA-NOTRE DAME (3-3) 65Senior Nathan Dillenbeck eclipsed the 1,000 career point mark. Dillenbeck is the second player in Lyndonville’s history to achieve this milestone. HONEOYE (2-4) 40ROMULUS (2-5) 44 GREECE OLYMPIA (1-5) 50HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (6-2) 71Patrick Lustyk scored recorded a double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds which led the Cougars to its fifth straight win. Lustyk got off to a hot start scoring 19 of his 21 points in the first half. Nolan Smith chipped in 17 points and eight rebounds. Josh Vogt grabbed 12 rebounds and added eight points. Junior JT Killenbec finished with 12 rebounds and nine points. Other scorers – Honeoye Falls-Lima: Reece Joint (6), Ben Carson (3), Max Wanzenried (6) and Charlie Kirby (1). Ricky Hill and Jahon Falson led Greece Olympia with eight points each. Other scorers – Olympia: Yasin Omar (7), Jackson McBeth (7), Nate Miller (5), Tamar Roundtree (6), Jovan Barfield (4), Devin Dowdell (3), and Luke Strong (2) PALMYRA-MACEDON (5-3) 48WATERLOO (1-7) 51 ROMULUS (1-6) 43HONEOYE (5-2) 54Senior Jack Reynolds recorded a 20-point double-double which led Honeoye to a bounce-back win. Reynolds finished with a game-high 23 points and 14 rebounds, and had nine points in the closing fourth quarter. Logan Thomas had eight points alongside 14 rebounds. Other scorers – Honeoye: Jake Jarosinski (10), Alex Jarosinski (6), Kyle DiBiasse (5), and Cam Allison (2). Erik Jensen led Romulus with a team-high 13 points and 10 rebounds. Other scorers – Romulus: Henry Morse (11), Devon Morrell (9), Connor Franklin (8), and Mike Kaufman (2) Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. AVON (5-1) 58WAYLAND-COHOCTON (3-3) 27 MIDLAKES (1-6) 78SOUTH SENECA (4-4) 76 ATTICA (4-4) 50WHEATLAND-CHILI (3-4) 47Nick Perl lifted Attica to .500 with a go ahead basket with under two minutes remaining. Peral finished with six points, 10 rebounds, and four blocks. Ayden Goll paced the Blue Devils offense with a 25 points, five rebounds, five assists, and three steals. Drew Cusmano chipped in nine points. For Wheatland-Chili, Aaron Lund led the team with 15 points. Bayly Henshaw ended with 12, and Brendan Moore finished with 10. Share on Facebook PAVILION (6-0) 60KESHEQUA (1-5) 13Shea Amberger and Lauren Kingsley each recorded a double-double as Pavilion remains unbeaten. Amberger scored a game-high 14 points with 11 rebounds, and Kingsley had 12 points and 10 rebounds. Adeline Milligan collected 12 rebounds alongside her nine points. Other scorers – Pavilion: Paige Landers (12), Karlee Zinkievich (8), and Emily Kingsley (5). Scorers for Keshequa: Emilee Wright (4), Libby Benner (3), Ava Thayer (2), Kelsey Davis (2), and Julia Wilkins (2) ANDOVER (3-5) 8BOLIVAR-RICHBURG (5-2) 37 BOYS MYNDERSE (3-5) 43PENN YAN (5-3) 55Joddie Decker had a season-high 22 points which helped snap a two-game losing streak for Penn Yan. Hayley Andersen followed up with 11 of of her own. Other scorers – Penn Yan: Sierra Harrison (7), Jammie Decker (6), and Kayley Griffin (4) NEWARK (1-7) 61MARCUS WHITMAN (4-4) 66A balanced offensive attack for Marcus Whitman featured four double-digit scorers headlined by Jordan Lahue’s 19. Lahue did most of his damage at the free-throw line where he went 11-of-12. Noah Hildreth had 18 of his own, including two hits from beyond the arc. Aidan Royston scored 13, and Connor Tomion finished with 12. Ryan Herod totaled five points. Isaiah Camp led Newark with a game-high 20 points. Rayshawn Howard added 12, and Brayden Steve chipped in 11. Other scorers – Newark: Carter Steve (8), Gabriel Caraballo (3), Stevie Brown (3), Jacob Sides (2), and Simon Vermeersch (2) PEMBROKE (6-2) 48ELBA (3-3) 31Garrett Totten was one of four scorers for Pembroke, Totten had a team-high 18 points. Connor Cansdale followed up with 16 of his own, with 13 of them coming in the second half. Cayden Pfalzer had 10, and Chase Gudzek chipped in four. For Elba, Connor Scott led the team with eight points. 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Learn how your comment data is processed. PENN YAN (2-6) 58MYNDERSE (5-3) 59Senior Jared King made his 11th point of the game count as he converted a game-winning layup with four seconds left on senior night. Troy Kabat scored a team-high 17 points , and senior Nick Jones finished with 10 points as he scored six of them in the fourth. Other scorers – Mynderse: Mike Bogart (8), Dylan Larizza (5), Jayden Key (4), Jake Smith (3), and Thomas Santana (1). Max Brodmann led Penn Yan with a team-high 14 points. Mason Kuver helped our Bordmann with 13 of his own. Other scorers – Penn Yan: Oliver Connelly (8), Devon Gerhardt (7), Dominic Lafferty (7), Brigham Hansen (5), and Griffin Emerson (4)last_img read more

Coyne Airways appoints ‘BJ’ John Batten as managing director

first_imgBy Alex Lennane in Munich 05/06/2013 Stalwart of the air freight industry, ‘BJ’ John Batten, is to become managing director of Coyne Airways .Mr Batten, who announced last month that he was to leave Swissport, where he has headed the cargo division for the past five years, is to manage the all-cargo carrier from Dubai when he starts in September.“It’s exciting to be moving to Coyne Airways, and I’m looking forward to the challenge,” Mr Batten told The Loadstar.Coyne Airways, which is 20 years old this year, is developing its network to include Africa. The carrier, which owns no aircraft, has focused previously on the Middle East and the CIS. “There is lots of opportunity to grow the business,” said Mr Batten. “I’m looking forward to it.”Larry Coyne, CEO and founder of Coyne Airways, added that he was delighted that Mr Batten was joining.  “We are really pleased to be welcoming someone with such extensive experience in our industry.”There is no word as yet as to who will replace Mr Batten at Swissport, although insiders suspect an external appointment. “It’s a good package, and I expect a big name will come in,” said one source. Mr Batten added that he had enjoyed his time at the handler, and was sorry to be saying good bye to colleagues.Mr Batten has had a variety of roles in his 35-year career in air cargo, including at TNT Airways and Qatar Airways.  His biography states: “His attitude leans towards constant improvement and doesn’t accept failure, so he can be a real nightmare to those who don’t know him. His favourite saying is ‘now you have told me a 100 reasons why you can’t do something, think of the one that will make it happen’.Together with Larry Coyne, who – perhaps against the odds – doggedly set up an aircraft-free airline, operating in some of the most challenging markets, the duo can be expected to make some waves.last_img read more