Alaska is in a 0-2 hole mainly because of turnovers.The Aces are averaging 25.5 blunders a contest, that not even a feistier stand in Game 2 could save them from trailing big early in the best-of-seven series.“I loved seeing how my guys battled [in Game 2],” Compton said.“But had we taken better care of the ball, this could be a different story,” Compton added after 26 Game 2 turnovers told the story.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ After winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPaul Lee knows that Magnolia has something going with a 2-0 lead over Alaska in their PBA Governors’ Cup title series.But the prolific guard swears that he feels like he and his Hotshots feel like they’re holding on to nothing.ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Cignal seals semis clash with Petron LATEST STORIES “The series is so balanced, so matched, that you don’t feel comfortable even with the lead that we have,” Lee told the Inquirer in Filipino while on the way to his car Friday night, an hour or so after the Hotshots pulled out a 77-71 Game 2 win at Smart Araneta Coliseum.“You just feel that [no lead] is safe against that team,” he said in respect of the Aces, who will, for all intents and purposes, be playing for their season Sunday when Game 3 tips off at 6:30 p.m. Ynares Center in Antipolo.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissCoach Chito Victolero wants his charges to continue treating each game as a do-or-die contest, with confidence not something one can feel in the way he talks.“We have to come out with the same mindset that we have had all season long, and that is treating each game as a do-or-die,” Victolero, who is within two victories of a first coaching title, said. “We have no reason to celebrate. The target is to get to four wins.” Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil ‘Mia’: Rom-com with a cause a career-boosting showcase for Coleen Garcia Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college No.13 lucky for Orlando Bloom Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? View comments Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Lee said that the locals have so far been the key in the series, and that each of them would have to chip in their share if they want to continue silencing the Aces.“The imports have practically canceled each other out,” Lee, a leading candidate to win a first Best Player of the Conference award, said.Of course, defense has been a major factor, with the Hotshots being a tad better at it, especially in the scrambling Game 2 win where they held the Aces scoreless inside the final 4:45.Alaska’s Alex Compton, for his part, expressed satisfaction at how his Aces came out for Game 2, and declared that this thing is far from being over.“I tell you, we will come out and we will battle and battle,” he said. “And they (his Aces) better be ready (to do so).”ADVERTISEMENT
The President of the Liberia Football Association is riding a smooth sailing as the only candidate for the presidential elections, according to information reaching the Daily Observer.As of the deadline for the receipt of applications from aspirants on arrived on Friday, February 21, 2014, only the incumbent (Musa Bility) has completed his application for the post of the president.LFA Elections Committee chairman Malcolm Joseph told the Daily Observer: “Qualification and publication of candidates’ names will be released soon.”The Daily Observer learned that the following candidates have completed their applications for their various positions: Fassel FC’s president Cassel Kuoh and Alfred Sayon have applied for the seat of the Vice President for Operations, along with the incumbent Adolph Lawrence. Mr. Lawrence is the President of Small Town FC (Rep. District#15, Montserrado County.)BYC Football president Sekou Konneh will be challenging sitting Musa Shannon for the position of Vice President for Administration.Besides the contested seats for the president and two vice presidents, there are 10 seats for the executive committee with a seat allotted exclusively for a female representative.Island Queen’s president Siatta Bishop has applied for the lone ‘female representative seat,’ while the following 15 persons have applied for the remaining nine seats:Mustapha Raji, Dee-Maxwell Kemayan, D. Sheba Brown, Wallace Weiah, Lemuel Sherman, Rochell Woodson and Cyrus Wright.Others are Rev. John Allen Klayee, Mamie Kpoto, Uriah Gleebo, Ansu Dorleh, Wilmot Smith, Matthew Smith, Samuel Karn and Sam Ashley.On facebook Secretary General (LFA), Alphonso Armah acknowledged the deadline for the receipt of application from candidates and disclosed that FIFA has been notified.He could, however, not comment on the publication of eligible voters, the deadline which should have been the 21st of February, 2014, as well as the commencement of campaign which would have run from February 21 to the midnight of March 21, 2014, according to the elections guideline.Another issue is the election of three substitute members of the elections commission in case of resignation, death or incapacitation.According to the LFA’s electoral code, congress should have voted and confirmed members and substitute members of the elections, election appeal and appeal committees.“The electoral committee is elected, in accordance with the provisions of the LFA Electoral Code, by the LFA congress for a term of four years at the final LFA congress taking place before the elective LFA congress. The LFA congress also elects three substitute members of the electoral committee as well as the three members of the election appeal committee and two substitute members for the appeal committee,” Article 4.1 of the LFA electoral code said.It can be recalled, on January 18, 2014, stakeholders at the extra-ordinary of LFA unanimously endorsed the new statutes and the nominations from the executive committee on members of the elections, election appeal, appeal and other committees without substitute members.Those elected and confirmed by congress as commissioners for four years, include Malcolm Joseph, chairman; Papa Kamara, deputy chairman and Abraham Kaydea, member.The secretary general of the LFA, according to the LFA electoral code, is serving as secretary to the committee.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Movie star/director/producer Joseph C. Weah Jr., commonly known as ‘Joe Baby’, feels this whole deadly Ebola outbreak is as bad as it seems.”This whole thing on Ebola is actually confusing. Ebola is real and you can’t doubt the fact. What I think is happening in our society is the goverment is trying to play some game here too,” he stated.Joe Baby is known for roles in hit motion pictures including “A man’s heart”, “Cimplications”, “Prejudice”, “Desperate hours”, “Lines of Deception” and a recent movie called “Justice Denied”. He has also been utterly silent about his take on Ebola and how it has affected entertainment as a whole.“Its bad for us the entertainers because this Ebola outbreak has taken us back almost five to 10 years. Everything we’ve built up in the industry has gone back five years because now if any investor comes, they have to sit and observe the country to make sure it is totally eradicated. Ebola will send our job, country and whole economy backwards,” he says.LIB Life caught up with Joe Baby during a recent visit to 146 Block, a popular hangout spot for entertainers, a place where you can catch up and see all of your favorite stars. The Liberian movie heartthrob gave us his two cents about this whole Ebola outbreak.LIB LIFE: Joe Baby, Ebola is real. What have you been doing to keep safe?JOE BABY: Just taking precautions like how we have been. We the actors have paused every production, and we’re observing this whole Ebola stuff until we can get assurance that Ebola has left Liberia.LIB LIFE: You seem very unhappy, which is okay, because we all are.JOE BABY: To be honest, Ebola is a big kill to our industry; it has done a lot of damage. We tried to work a lot of deals with investors to come over, and because of Ebola being in the country, they say they can’t come. It’s too frustrating.LIB LIFE: Do you think there’s anything else we can make do other than keeping clean and away from people who have it?JOE BABY: We don’t have any power; we’re not the government and can’t make the last decision or the first. All you need to do is take the necessary measures in keeping it out.What we the entertainers are doing to affect the community positively is what we’ve been doing through entertainment all along. We’re trying to give people a future to become whatever they want to be in this industry, despite the Ebola outbreak. We did an all-star Ebola song involving almost all artists, producers and engineers to send our own message in our own way.LIB LIFE: Before I let you go, can you tell me your personal take on this deadly Ebola virus that has forced its way into our lives?JOE BABY: I personally observed that there’s some trick going on. I think this thing is far beyond Ebola.LIB LIFE: Does it have anything to do with the shooting death of the late Shaki Kamara?JOE BABY: I’m terribly hurt deeply by the killing of Shaki Kamara! I listen to disturbing the Peace on Hott FM and was deeply hurt when I heard a minister trying to defend his death. I can say that the whole world saw what happened and because of it, everyone’s eyes are now open at what happened. It’s a sensitive thing.LIB LIFE: You’re right. Why do you think this whole thing runs further then Ebola?JOE BABY: Ebola shouldn’t have anything to do with gun business, or security being on the Atlantic Ocean with arms. I mean, people being shot and the killing of a child was totally wrong. We all know what Ebola is about, we’ve all been aware. But I think this thing is far beyond Ebola.Ebola is Ebola, what we need to do is get the rightful people who are going to get the rightful stuff that will stop Ebola. Not to have gunmen depriving people of not coming this far and so on. You can quarantine a polluted area where the virus is, there’s a way to do it, but not the way people here with arms are going about it.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Tresvant, a Cabrillo High graduate, is third in the state in scoring at 25.0 points per game and broke the school’s single-game scoring record three times, including back-to-back games where he scored 48 and 63 points. Williams, from Wilson High, averaged 21.3 points (sixth in the state) and 12.2 rebounds (third in the state) per game. Anderson, in his 16th season as head coach, has guided the Vikings to a 21-10 overall record and an 8-0 mark in the SCC South. Anderson has won three consecutive Coach of the Year awards. LBCC won its third consecutive SCC South title and is seeded eighth in the Southern California Regional Playoffs. Freshmen Chris Brown (Poly High) and Matt Richard (Wilson) made the all-conference team and fellow freshmen Randolph White (St. John Bosco) and Emmanuel Green (Lakewood) were honorable mention. “To get six guys (honored) says a lot about this year,” said Anderson. “I hope we can keep the magic going. There’s something magical about this team and we want to take it as far as we can.” Thomas averaged 20.4 points, 4.2 rebounds and 4.1 assists per game for the Vikings (20-8) to claim her second consecutive MVP honor. Jackson led LBCC to a 7-1 SCC South record and its second straight conference title. LBCC freshman guard Dijon Thompson (Mayfair) made the first team along with Cerritos’ La Trina Payne (Mayfair) and Tiffany Wilson (Mayfair). The second team includes sophomores TyQuanna Ganaway (Lynwood) and Jessica Quintero (Paramount) from LBCC and Cerritos’ Genesis Lewis (Paramount) and Shontay Delpit (Paramount). It’s been an MVP season for the men’s and women’s basketball teams at Long Beach City College. On Tuesday, LBCC sophomores Deon Tresvant and Eric Williams were selected co-MVPs of the South Coast Conference South Division and Gary Anderson was selected as SCC South Coach of the Year on Tuesday. For the women, LBCC sophomore guard Amber Thomas and coach Trimeka Jackson were selected MVP and Coach of the Year for the second consecutive season. Also The resurfacing of Cerritos’ track is complete, and just in time. A $50,000 grant from the Amateur Athletic Foundation, awarded to the college in November, was used to replace and widen the track surface and to install new areas for the javelin, shot put, discus and hammer throws. Those new facilities will be put to the test Friday and Saturday at the Cerritos Invitational. The Cerritos softball team is 8-3-1 following Tuesday’s 5-0 victory over Santa Ana. The Falcons opened the season at 0-3 and have gone nine games without a loss. Cerritos returns to play Feb. 28 at Moorpark. David Felton can be reached at email@example.com or (562) 499-1318. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
But Marteeny-Haus said after Wednesday large parts of the center, including the restrooms, may become off limits due to the ongoing cleanup work. County permits require bathrooms with running hot and cold water in order for the dining program to stay open. If that happens, the city may be forced to either suspend or relocate the nutrition program. Many recreation programs and classes have already been suspended, and city officials are trying to host some at the Parks and Recreation facilities at Hollenbeck Park. For more information on rescheduled or canceled classes or programs at the senior center, call (626) 858-7271. firstname.lastname@example.org (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2306160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! COVINA – Two freak incidents left Covina’s Joslyn Senior Center flooded under inches of water over the weekend, causing tens of thousands of dollars in damage and leaving officials scrambling to relocate classes and programs. A maintenance worker accidentally left a hose on in a utility closet late Thursday, city spokeswoman Bobbi Kemp said. late Friday, crews cleaning up the first incident discovered the building’s water main had broken, sending water cascading into the center’s library, classrooms and offices. “It was Friday the 13th, one week delayed,” said Stacy Marteeny-Haus, the city’s community services supervisor, who added it did not appear the two incidents were related. The cost to clean and dry out the building is estimated at $28,000 to $35,000, Parks and Recreation Director Amy Hall-McGrade said. Restoration work, including replacing waterlogged tile and carpeting, wood paneling, drywall and even the auditorium’s Pergo dance floor, could exceed $100,000, she said. It is unclear how long the cleanup and repair work will take, Hall-McGrade said. “We are taking it day by day,” she said Monday, as huge blowers and dehumidifiers hummed in the center’s library. “The \ company has said the equipment will have to be running anywhere from three to 10 days. And for the restoration process we still have to find a contractor, so we won’t know about starting on that for at least a week.” Hall-McGrade said the city’s insurance should pay some of the costs, but it is unclear at this point how much of the restoration work will be covered. In the meantime, the center’s nutrition programs will go on as planned until at least Wednesday. The dining room and kitchen were the only two areas of the center spared by the flooding.
Second place in the Moore League was up for grabs on Tuesday night when the Millikan High and Wilson girls basketball teams met in front of a large crowd of supporters. Free throws by guards Leandra Sands and Amber Harden in overtime sealed a 61-56 win for the Bruins, who entered the game as underdogs. “It was a good game. You know our best player got into foul trouble early and everyone stepped up,” Wilson coach Paula Clear said. “I think we played a little tentative in the first quarter. I told Amber to be a baller. They got a little confidence and played the game I know they are capable of playing.” The Bruins (10-6) had a nine-point lead entering the fourth quarter, but the Rams (10-5) chipped away 0and even went ahead, 50-49, on a power move by Samantha Marez with 31.8 seconds remaining. But a free throw by freshman forward Jerronisha Green tied the score at 50 and sent the contest into a four-minute overtime. Sands finished with 24 points and five rebounds for Wilson, and Harden added 16 points. Tenaya Watson, who was in foul trouble in the first half, tallied 11 points and six rebounds. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita Marez had 22 points even though the Rams went away from getting the ball to her in the post. Teammate Marlene Oeurn had 14 points and Kalena Tutt and Ciarra Ford each added nine points. “They pretty much doubted us, but we came back,” Sands said. “We just played our game. We had a little trouble in our offense. Our defense won the game. My shots weren’t falling the whole game. I thought if I just kept shooting, it (my stroke) would come to me.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
11 10: Anthony Martial (Manchester United) – £9.5m – Click the right arrow to see the next player – You may not have heard, but Anthony Martial has been classed as a midfielder in this years Fantasy Premier League. The young Frenchman, who has also been known to play up front for United, could be a bargain given his natural attacking instincts and obvious eye for goal. 6: Dimitri Payet (West Ham) – £9.5m – Click the right arrow to see the next player – Payet was one of the stars of last season and, after keeping up his form during the Euros, should be one of the first names you considered for your team this year. HOWEVER, Payet only played his first minutes of pre-season last Sunday and so is very unlikely to start against Chelsea. Perhaps he should be your first incoming transfer of the season. 2: Dele Alli (Tottenham) – £8.5m – Click the right arrow to see the next player – Everybody knows who Dele Alli is now, so there will be no cheap price for him this year. At £8.5m, the Spurs youngster costs the same as Paul Pogba, but Alli is proven in the Premier League and looks set to only improve this year. 1: Yannick Bolasie (Crystal Palace/Everton) – £6.0m – Click the right arrow to see the next player – Should he complete his proposed £30m transfer to Everton, Yannick Bolasie will certainly be one to consider for your fantasy team. Priced at only £6.0m, this creative winger will look to improve on his points tally at his new club. 4: Sadio Mane (Liverpool) – £9.0m – Click the right arrow to see the next player – At first glance Sadio Mane looks very overpriced at £9.0m, but Liverpools new man has impressed in pre-season and could prove to be value for money if Jurgen Klopp can get his team going in the new campaign. 7: Gaston Ramirez (Middlesbrough) – £5.5m – Click the right arrow to see the next player – Gaston Ramirez is astonishingly cheap at £5.5m given his proven Premier League pedigree. The Uruguayan midfielder could be a bargain pick for your team if Boro make the most of their decent early fixtures. 3: Andre Ayew (West Ham) – £7.5m – Click the right arrow to see the next player – West Ham dont often spend £20m on a player without intending to play him. Thats good news for those of you who havent quite left enough in your budget to afford Dimitri Payet, as Ayew could pick up a lot of points from his position in and around West Hams attack. 11 11 11 The five players who make up the midfield are a crucial part of any Fantasy Premier League team.If you can find the cheap goalscorers before anybody else, you’ll gain a significant advantage over the opposition in your mini-leagues. And if you select the best of the expensive big boys early on, you will be very hard to catch.So which of this year’s many midfielders should make your top five? We have ten suggestions – and one bonus – ranked by their value for money, based on our knowledge of the Fantasy Premier League.Check out which midfielders you should sign by clicking the right arrow above… 11 11 11 11 9: Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City) – £10.5m – Click the right arrow to see the next player – Like Dimitri Payet, Kevin De Bruyne only played his first minutes of pre-season on Sunday and so is unlikely to start for City in their season opener. However, also like Payet, De Bruyne looked very impressive last season and should be well in contention as someone you should bring into your side once he is back playing regularly for City. 11 5: Eden Hazard (Chelsea) – £10.0m – Click the right arrow to see the next player – We all know the story of Eden Hazard last season, but since he rediscovered his goalscoring form, the Belgian has looked back to his best. Hazard was bright at the end of last season and at the Euros as well as looking sharp for Chelsea pre-season. So is it time to finally welcome him back into your team? 11 8: Jesse Lingard (Manchester United) – £6.0m – Click the right arrow to see the next player – Many Manchester United fans have been less than impressed with Jesse Lingard this pre-season, but Jose Mourinho looks set to stick by him especially after his impressive goal in the Community Shield. If Lingard does become a permanent fixture in Uniteds side, then for a price of just £6.0m he could be hard to resist. 11 BONUS: Paul Pogba (Manchester United) – £8.5m – Click the right arrow to see the next player – We really have no idea how Paul Pogba will perform in the Premier League or how far he will go towards justifying his £8.5m fantasy price tag. If he plays in an attacking role, Pogba could be a bargain for £8.5m, but if hes played further back, the Frenchman could just be an overpriced equivalent to John Obi Mikel!
Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) silverware 6 Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Manchester United players react during the 3-0 loss to Manchester City. Manchester United players look dejected during their 3-0 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur. 6 REVEALED no dice possible standings Immediately after the win against he Hammers, Moyes’ men were dispatched at home by their noisy neighbours. An Edin Dzeko double and a Yaya Toure effort were enough to down the Red Devils.But once again the response was immediate with a 4-1 victory over Aston Villa giving Moyes some light relief before his eventual sacking one month later.So how will Manchester United react this time as they visit Burnley on Sunday? Can Sean Dyche inflict further misery on Jose Mourinho or will the Red Devils bounce back? shining Topics Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener smart causal 6 Manchester United’s defeat to Tottenham Hotspur was just the seventh time in the Premier League the club have lost by three or more goals at Old Trafford.Usually a fortress, they were undone by a spritely second half performance by Spurs, who bullied their weak defence. With their visitors attempting to win their first ever Premier League title, the Red Devils were rocked at Old Trafford as two Steven Gerrard penalties and Luis Suarez strike put them to the sword.Luckily for David Moyes, Robin van Persie hit a hat-trick in the Champions League to give them a 3-0 win, and an aggregate victory Olympiakos.And a Wayne Rooney double at Upton Park got them back to their best in the league.But…6. Manchester United 0-3 Manchester City – March 22, 2014 huge blow 1. Manchester United 0-3 Everton – August 19, 1992In the second game of their first Premier League title defence, the Red Devils were soundly beaten by Howard Kendall’s Toffees at Old Trafford, with Peter Beardsley, Robert Warzycha, and Mo Johnston getting the goals.Even Sir Alex Ferguson took a game to lift the malaise, though, with his side subsequently drawing 1-1 with Ipswich when Denis Irwin levelled following a Chris Kiwomya opener.They then got their first win of the campaign a match later, away at Southampton, thanks to Dion Dublin’s last minute winner.2. Manchester United 0-3 Chelsea – December 1, 2001 Rio Ferdinand and Dimitar Berbatov look disappointed during the loss to Liverpool. The pressure is now mounting on manager Jose Mourinho to turn it around, especially with the transfer window closed, leaving him without the ability to bring in new options.Can he get his team back on track despite the heavy loss on home soil? talkSPORT.com takes a look back at the previous six times it happened and the way Manchester United reacted. Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers talks with David Moyes. 6 How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures Chelsea star Mario Melchiot celebrates scoring against Manchester United.After a promising start to the campaign, the Red Devils’ season imploded between October 20 and Decemeber 8 as they only won one Premier League match in seven.The defeat was comprehensive with Mario Melchiot, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, and Eidur Gudjohnsen netted against a side with Laurent Blanc and Roy Keane at centre-back.Sir Alex Ferguson got a reaction in their next game, with a 3-0 win over Boavista in the Champions League but, in the Premier League, Jermain Defoe condemned them to another Old Trafford defeat with a 64th minute goal.A 5-0 win over Derby County on December 12, though, got them back on track, sparking a nine game winning streak.3. Manchester United 1-4 Liverpool – March 14, 2009 6 Manchester United gameday Latest Premier League News England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes 6 ALTERED Mario Balotelli celebrates his famous goal against Man United in Man City’s 6-1 victory. REVEALED A game remembered by many for Fernando Torres’ complete humiliation of Nemanja Vidic, it breathed life into the title race, allowing Liverpool to gain a vital three points at Old Trafford, with Andrea Dossena’s sumptuous lob finishing off the hosts.Things didn’t get any better for Man United though as they then lost 2-0 to Fulham a week later with Danny Murphy and Zoltan Gera downing them at Craven Cottage.Their next victory was one which went down in history, mind you, as Federico Macheda netted in added time to seal a 3-2 comeback victory against Aston Villa on home soil, helping them regain composure on the way to title glory.4. Manchester United 1-6 Manchester City – October 23, 2011 Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Why always him? 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ALAMEDA — The last thing an offensive lineman wants to hear is his name on the loudspeaker, and it happened twice to David Sharpe in the late first and early second quarter against the Green Bay Packers.In his first start since the end of the 2017 season, Sharpe was starting at right tackle in place of Trent Brown, who couldn’t play because of a left calf strain. No pressure, really. Sharpe was not only replacing the highest paid lineman in NFL history, but a player who has played as if he …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation has named the newest members of its Young Agricultural Professionals State Committee: Greg and Theresa Corcoran of Chillicothe, Eric and Shelly Prysi of New Philadelphia, Doug Toops of South Vienna and Jennifer Wilson of Jenera.As committee members serving two-year terms, they will help develop and conduct activities that provide opportunities for young professionals to become involved in Ohio Farm Bureau programs.Greg and Theresa Corcoran are Ross County Farm Bureau members where both have been very involved in local activities, and Greg serves on the board of trustees. They have also participated in local and statewide Young Ag Professionals activities. They are part owners of Corcoran Farms, a multi-generational farm in Pike, Ross and Scioto counties producing corn, soybeans, popcorn, wheat and hay. They also own and operate a Certified Angus feedlot with its own cow-calf operation. Theresa also works as a physical therapist at a skilled nursing facility.Eric and Shelly Prysi are Tuscarawas County Farm Bureau members where they are both involved in local activities, and Eric serves on the board of trustees. They also have participated in local and statewide Young Ag Professionals activities. They operate a 100-acre hay farm. Eric works full time for the Tuscarawas County Road and Bridge Department. Shelly works full time at Park Village Health Care Center as an occupational therapy assistant and serves as the Vacation Bible School director at Roxford United Methodist Church where both lead the youth group.Doug Toops is a Clark County Farm Bureau member where he serves on the board of trustees as vice president. He has 75 acres of alfalfa hay and straw and 15 acres of soybeans. He owns Toops Custom Hay and Straw, Whiskybent Woodworking and is co-owner of Whiskybent Barbell. He also works full time as a foreman for KC Fencing and is involved in community activities such as the United Way Golf Outing and the St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital Warrior Dash.Jennifer Wilson is a Hancock County Farm Bureau member. She is part of her family’s farm, which raises sheep, goats, beef cattle, corn, soybeans, wheat and hay. She works full-time as a financial services officer for Farm Credit Mid-America in Delphos. She also worked as an organization director for Ohio Farm Bureau for six years. She is a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Jenera and volunteers as a 4-H adviser and with the Arlington FFA Alumni.Ohio Farm Bureau’s Young Agricultural Professionals program is open to individuals and couples between the ages of 18-35 who are interested in improving the business of agriculture, learning new ideas and developing leadership skills. To get involved contact Melinda Witten at email@example.com.