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    Welcome to the Bay Area News Group (Mercury News & East Bay Times) boys Athlete of the Week poll. For the entire academic year, we will provide a list of candidates who stood out over the previous week and allow you, the reader, to vote for the winner. This week, we consider performances from Oct. 10-15. Polls close at 5 p.m. Wednesday. Vote as many times as you’d like until then. But please note: Votes by email are not counted. Scroll to the bottom for the poll. Winners are announced each Friday online and, starting Sept. 30, in the print edition of the Mercury News and East Bay Times sports sections. Candidates for future Athlete of the Week polls can be nominated at highschools@bayareanewsgroup.com. We accept nominations until 11 a.m. each Monday. We also review stats submitted to MaxPreps by coaches/team statisticians. On to the nominees: Matteo Congdon, Monte Vista football: In a 21-0 upset of 20th-ranked Amador Valley, the junior completed 18 of 29 passes for 208 yards and two touchdowns — both in the first half. The...
    Welcome to the Bay Area News Group (Mercury News & East Bay Times) girls athlete of the week poll. For the entire academic year, we will provide a list of candidates who stood out over the previous week and allow you, the reader, to vote for the winner. This week, we consider performances from April 25-May 1. Polls close at 5 p.m. Wednesday. Vote as many times as you’d like until then. Candidates for future Athlete of the Week polls can be nominated at highschools@bayareanewsgroup.com. We also review stats submitted to MaxPreps by coaches/team statisticians. On to the nominees: (Scroll to the bottom for the poll) Mikaela Gomez, Benicia swimming: Senior won the 100 butterfly and 200 IM at the Diablo Athletic League Valley Division championships. Won the 100 fly by almost four seconds with a personal best time of 58.90 seconds. Captured the 200 IM in 2:10.06, also a personal best.  Jade Johnson, James Logan softball: RHP/1B fired two complete-game shutouts as Colts boosted win streak to eight. San Francisco St.-bound senior worked 14 innings, allowed five hits, walked...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Students at the Sto-Rox Junior/Senior High School will be going remote for the rest of the week. The district says on its website that in-person classes will resume next Monday. Photo Credit: KDKA School board member Cameron Culliver said on social media that the decision was made to ensure the safety of students. Culliver went on to say he wants to give students the opportunity to comprehend an incident regarding a classmate, but he did not elaborate on what that meant in the post.
    by Keith Russell | CBS 11 DeSOTO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – You know a high school football team is close when the players refer to each other as brothers. READ MORE: 'It Threw Me Back Up The Stairs': Dallas Apartment Residents Describe Moments During ExplosionIn DeSotoâs case, itâs the truth. Juniors Caimon and Crimson Mathis came into the world two minutes apart. Crimson, the junior receiver says “Weâve got a different connection. Weâre bonded together more than the other siblingsâ. Caimon, the junior defensive agrees by saying, âThatâs true. You can tell weâre bonded together more than the other siblingsâ. Even more unique, they play for their dad Claude Mathis, DeSotoâs Head Coach. The Mathis twins and their dad, Claude Mathis (credit: Keith Russell – CBS 11) READ MORE: Texas Fetal Heartbeat Law Criticized, Defended During US Senate Committee HearingHe says âtheyâre always touching each other and itâs one of those where itâs like guys quit pleaseâ. Never was the brotherly love greater than the second game of the season⦠when Crimson⦠broke his leg requiring surgery. He admits itâs âmy...
    One of the spoiled boxers from home, Pedro “Roca” Campa, will have a high-risk test on Saturday 28, at La Ruina Park in Hermosillo, when he faces the powerful Venezuelan puncher Ernesto “Junior” Spain, in the main fight of the function that Zanfer and 2M Promotions will present, and that will be broadcast by Azteca 7, the House of Boxing. “Roca” Campa (32-1-1, 22 ko’s) will face Caracas native Ernesto “Junior” Spain (31-1-1, 26 ko’s) in a 10-round power-to-power fight at super lightweight. Campa comes from beating another Venezuelan, Carlos Cárdenas, on points last February, and now Spain is coming for the revenge of its countryman. The “Junior” is a fighter with great experience and international touch. In October 2016 he traveled to Spain and drew against Rubén Nieto, the FIB Intercontinental Championship being disputed. In June 2018 he appeared in Canada against Yves Ulisse and fell on points in a fight in which the Fecarbox WBC title was disputed. And in December of that same year, he performed in China, where he was defeated by technical decision by...
    ESPN ran an insane segment about high school quarterback Arch Manning. Andrew Marchand tweeted a screenshot Tuesday from ESPN, and the next segment up was “Will Arch Manning surpass Peyton, Eli, & Archie to become the greatest Manning yet?” (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) I’m not making this up at all. ESPN asked whether or not a soon-to-be junior in high school will be the greatest passer in a family with three NFL quarterbacks and four Super Bowls. You can see the screenshot below. Ummm, this topic may be premature. Just maybe. pic.twitter.com/n7AUBw1EGH — Andrew Marchand (@AndrewMarchand) June 8, 2021 What world are we living in right now? Arch Manning, who is very highly-recruited, is a few years away from college and several years removed from being able to legally drink a beer. Yet, the biggest sports network on the planet is out here wondering if he’ll be better than his uncles Peyton and Eli and his grandfather Archie. Must be a real slow day in the news! Not sure about y’all,...
    The pandemic means more high school graduates will be taking a gap year before heading off to college, and that can be a good thing, despite the reasons for it. Junior Achievement of Greater Washington cites Junior Achievement survey results that found 14% of current juniors and seniors in high school plan to delay college after graduating. That’s an improvement over 25% who did so last year, but the reason is the same: family finances. Half of those surveyed who are expecting financial help from parents or guardians with college costs say they expect them to cut back on what they can provide, largely because of how the pandemic has affected their finances. There is nothing wrong with taking a year off between high school and college, as long as it isn’t just spent playing video games, or otherwise wasted. But it takes a firm plan. “There really has to be some thought as to what is going to happen to make it an enriching experience. Whether that’s travel, volunteering or working, there is a myriad things young people can...
    A 15-year-old boy shot at an Arkansas junior high school earlier this week in what police have described as a 'targeted' attack carried out by a classmate has died. Lt. David DeFoor, Pine Bluff police spokesman, confirmed the death Wednesday night, citing the Pulaski County Coroner’s Office in Little Rock.  The boy, identified by his family and the Watson Chapel School District as Daylon 'DaeDae' Burnett, succumbed to his injuries after two days under intensive care at Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock. Daylon Burnett, 15, died at Arkansas Children's Hospital at 5.35pm on Wednesday, two days after he was shot at his school. His alleged killer, Thomas Quarles, 15, appeared in court on the same day and was charged as an adult with first-degree battery  Authorities said Burnett's shooting at Watson Chapel Junior High School in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, on Monday was targeted RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next California's I-5 Strangler was STRANGLED himself: Autopsy... Indianapolis porn star and rapper, 34, is charged with... Share this article Share...
    Josh Allen didn’t have any Division I scholarship offers out of high school. Seven years later, he’s in the NFL MVP discussion. To get here, current Buffalo Bills star Allen had to make a stop at a junior college and then at Wyoming, not known as a football hot bed. Even after displaying major tools with the Mustangs, there was doubt as to whether Allen had the consistent accuracy and discipline to be an effective NFL quarterback. Those doubts are gone. Allen led Buffalo to the playoffs in 2019 and has the Bills off to an undefeated start to the 2020 season. Without Tom Brady in the AFC East any longer, the division appears to be Allen’s. As with Brady, the path to divisional dominance wasn’t an obvious one. MORE: Why the Vikings traded Stefon Diggs to the Bills Josh Allen in junior college Allen grew up in Firebaugh, California, a small town about 45 miles west of Fresno. It’s a 7,600-person town that isn’t exactly known for its football, and that’s part of the reason college football coaches...
    A Miami high school junior, 16, has been arrested following a wave of cyber attacks on the county's public schools computer network, which left students and teachers unable to access virtual learning set up for the start of the school year. David Oliveros, a student at South Miami Senior High, confessed to using an online application to carry out an attack on the Miami-Dade County Public School (MDCPS)  computer network, according to authorities.  Oliveros also admitted to being behind eight different attacks that overwhelmed the district's computer networks, the police report said. Police believe other attackers are still at large after MDCPS, the largest school district in Florida and fourth-largest in the country, was hit by at least 14 attacks following its virtual start to the semester Monday. The district superintendent said he is now considering axing the new online learning system altogether and Republican Senator Marco Rubio has asked the Department of Homeland Security for an intelligence briefing over the incident. A Miami high school junior, 16, has been arrested following a wave of cyber attacks on the...
    A junior high school in Texas pulled an assignment from its lesson plan that compared police officers to members of the Ku Klux Klan. 8th grade teachers at Cooper Junior High in Wylie, Texas, distributed a homework assignment that showed cartoon depictions of various white men, such as a KKK member, a police officer, and slave owner, kneeling on black men’s necks, local outlet Fox 2 reported Monday. 8th grade teachers in a school outside of Dallas, TX (@WylieISD) gave students a home work assignment comparing police officers to slave owners and the KKK.This is abhorrent and disgusting, and only further widens the gap between police officers and the youth in our community. pic.twitter.com/ELfbjWQu9Z— Joe Gamaldi (@JoeGamaldi) August 20, 2020 “I cannot begin to tell you how abhorrent and disturbing this comparison is, but what is more disturbing is that no adult within your school thought better before sending this assignment to children,” Vice President of the Fraternal Order of Police Joe Gamaldi said in response of the assignment. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott also slammed the assignment...
    A JUNIOR high school teacher in Texas is receiving backlash for assigning students a lesson that compared police officers to the KKK and slave owners. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has asked the Texas Education Agency to investigate and take action against an eighth grade social studies teacher at Cooper Junior High, CBS DFW reported. 4The cartoon depicts slave owners, a KKK member and police officers kneeling on a black man's neck The assignment featured a political cartoon with men throughout different time periods in history kneeling on a black man's neck as he said, "I...I can't...I...I can't...breathe." The cartoon depicts slave owners, a KKK member and police officers as the ones kneeling. "I can't breathe," stems from death of George Floyd who told police "I can't breathe" after they knelt on his neck for several minutes. 4Gov. Greg Abbott has asked the Texas Education Agency to take action against an 8th grade social studies teacher at Cooper Junior High His death sparked worldwide Black Lives Matter protests and prompted global conversations about race. The National Fraternal Order of...
    The governor of Texas has called for the firing of a junior high teacher after an assignment was set based on a cartoon likening police to slave masters and the KKK. The unnamed teacher tasked eighth grade students at Raymond Cooper Junior High, in Wylie, 30 miles out of Dallas, to write about the offensive cartoon. An email from the school principal to parents said 'teachers wanted to provide the students with current events to analyze the Bill of Rights.' Some parents did not have a problem with the lesson, saying it was taken out of context.  One parent told CBS 11 News that the lesson was necessary, because it sparked a 'difficult conversation.' Students at a junior high school in Wylie, Texas, were set an assignment based on this cartoon Raymond Cooper Junior High, in Wylie, 30 miles out of Dallas, set the assignment The row escalated when Joe Gamaldi, vice president of the Fraternal Order of Police, tweeted the cartoon on Thursday. 'This is abhorrent and disgusting, and only further widens the gap between police officers and...
    KEENE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Keene ISD Superintendent Dr. Ricky Stephens sent a letter to teachers notifying them about a COVID-19 positive staff member who was recently on the campus of Keene Junior High. Stephens told CBS 11 News the infected person’s last day was Thursday, July 30. Also, during time at work, the staff member was wearing a mask and working in the office area. The letter said workers cleaned all the areas accessed by the COVID-positive person and the district is working closely with the local health department on the matter. Stephens said they don’t believe that those who were not in close contact with the infected person have reason to be concerned. In Wylie, a dozen people from Burnett Junior High who were exposed to a staffer who tested positive for the virus were asked to quarantine. Latest Coronavirus News | Coronavirus Resources      
    Marine Park, Brooklyn (WABC) -- Back in 1989, Brian Robbins was a TV sitcom heartthrob, starring on ABC's hit show "Head of the Class," about a class of gifted students attending a fictional Manhattan high school.But on this day, the Eyewitness News camera was following Robbins around Marine Park Junior High School, his old school in Brooklyn, where he encouraged the starstruck kids to get serious about their own education."I see just how important it is and I really hope everyone in this room .. if you have some kind of learning or area that you are falling behind in, that you get help," Robbins said.Robbins was promoting an educational program called "Smart Steps" which helped get parents, teachers, and students to work together to overcome learning disabilities.At the time, according to this file report, 13% of the 17-year-old students in the United States were functionally illiterate and over 700,000 students were dropping out each year"If it helps two kids in that auditorium out of I don't know how many kids....it's worth it," said Robbins.Robbins himself went on to an...
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