Barretto (Army) has settled in well and has some trusty seniors in front of him that will need to own their assignments. The Crusaders need to be ready for any wrinkles that are thrown at them and adjust on the fly. Matching Gilman’s tenacity on contested groundballs is a must, as is executing on offense, as simple as that sounds..
That’s BS there’s a good amount of people in those areas who are just out of college and there’s a lot who may not live there, but hang out there who are recently out of college too. The areas are big on dining and nightlife and always have people there of many age groups hanging out. And in the end, traveling to somewhere like Wicker Park from River North won’t take long, or even easier if you wanted to hang out in Lakeview or something..
The Tigers sit at 4 0, are receiving votes in for the Top 20, and are positioning themselves for another very successful season. They have scored 14 goals in each of their first four games, including a win over ’15 NCAA tournament participant Augustana. Junior attackman Austin Davie (15G, 3A) is the team’s top scorer at this point.
Eric Buhle, G, St. Anne (Va.) has verbally committed to the University of Richmond. Buhle has attended Jake Reed Nike Blue Chip the past two summers and has twice been selected as a Brine All American representing Team Virginia. Talk about the front porch. Stephanie egan: the front porch. It’s amazing.
A month after zombie costumed protesters paraded in Chattanooga to oppose TVA reviving what they described as a “corpse of a power plant,” the nation’s largest public utility has posted a new ban on costumes at its board meeting Thursday.A TVA spokesman said the no costume rule is intended to avoid any “disruption” at the meeting in Knoxville when the board acts on a recommendation to finish construction of a reactor at the Bellefonte Nuclear Plant where work was stopped and the site became a pricey scrap yard.An opponent of TVA’s plan to restart the nuclear plant construction that was stopped in the 1980s said she and others want to see the project at least delayed. Sandy Kurtz and other members of the Bellefonte Efficiency and Sustainability Team group say promoting conservation and renewable energy sources are better alternatives.”We don’t know where zombies will turn up,” Kurtz said of the new costume rule.TVA executives are asking the board to approve building a projected $4 billion to $5 billion reactor, contending it will help keep rates low as TVA moves ahead with phasing out coal fired power plants to reduce pollutants. That construction cost, on top of more than $4 billion already spent at the Bellefonte site on the Tennessee River, could be an obstacle.