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Continuing to hover near the top of the OHSL Liberty division standings, the Marcellus girls tennis team had another strong week of performances against its neighbors and other league foes.None proved more exciting than last Thursday’s match against Manlius-Pebble Hill, where the Mustangs were one game from a team defeat, but were able to edge the Trojans 4-3.Already, doubles points were earned in straight sets by the teams of Kaitlyn Kemp-Megan Mitchell, Sophia Shaw-Maddie Vetsch and Bella Clarke-Casey Conklin, but MPH earned the other doubles point. A day earlier, J-E’s improvement was on display in a 5-2 victory over Pulaski, with the doubles teams of Delaney Dunham-Megan Whalen, Katelyn Precourt-Gabby Skotinski and Skylar Crysler-Ireland Hill each winning in straight sets.Also claiming two of the four singles matches, the Eagles saw Maddie Green defeat Isabella Rios-Lewis 6-0, 6-2, while Bort worked past Chyanna LaCelle 6-0, 6-2.After the Marcellus match, J-E won again by a 5-2 margin on Thursday, this time over Phoenix. The Eagles swept all four of the doubles matches, and a singles point was gained by Carter as she rallied past Mia Graham 5-7, 6-0, 6-1.West Genesee started its week by blanking Syracuse East 7-0, Angelina Allen preserving the shutout with a 5-7, 6-1, 7-5 singles win over Rosealeenna George. Olivia Grome beat Emma Banuski 7-5, 15-13 as each of the four doubles matches was won in straight sets.A far tougher match loomed on Thursday, WG facing Liverpool, but a singles sweep helped the Wildcats roll past the Warriors 5-2.In a third-set tie-breaker, Angelina Llanos rallied past Angelica Underwood 4-6, 6-3, 7-6, while Allen got a 6-3, 6-1 win over Sheridan Bryerton and Katie Viau routed Julia Schewe 6-1, 6-1.Though Liverpool claimed a pair of doubles points, WG still had Kara Chawgo and Aislinn Dow defeat Megan Polhamus and Kaia Wallingford 6-0, 6-4, while Madelyn Chuff and Isabelle Wells won, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3, over Lea Prusinowski and Sarah Watkins.It was an impressive effort from Skaneateles in last Wednesday’s match against Westhill, the Lakers blanking the Warriors 7-0.Kenna Ellis rallied in first singles for a 1-6, 6-4, 6-3 win over Grace Lesselroth as Isabella Kroon handled Sophie Frost 6-3, 6-1 and Lily Miller routed Katie Hagrman 6-0, 6-0.Sofia Capozza and Sophia Soderberg led the Skaneateles doubles charge, beating Mikayla Carroll and Madison Thomas 6-2, 7-5. Ella Danforth and Emma Miller rolled past Sophie Langdon and Bridget Thornton 6-1, 6-0.Also, Meg Benedict and Olivia Walker topping Delaney Carroll and Hannah Johnston 6-3, 6-3, while Rachel Hackler and Kelsey Rutledge had a 6-4, 6-2 win over Isabel Dickinson-Cominolli and Mia Doss.Before this, Skaneateles converted a 5-2 victory over Manlius-Pebble Hill last Monday, with lineup balance that included Kroon, in singles, edging Genevieve Morrow 7-5, 7-5 as Lily Miller beat Ava Benedict 6-1, 6-4.Danforth and Emma Miller routed Amatees Fazeli and Caroline Mezzalingua 6-1, 6-0, with the teams of Benedict-Walker and Hackler- Rutledge also winning in two sets.Then Skaneateles shut out Bishop Grimes 7-0 on Friday, saving the perfect mark with a pair of tough singles matches. Ellis outlasted Katie Knittel 6-4, 3-6, 6-4 in first singles, with Lily Miller also going to three sets to beat Sarah Falgiatano 6-3, 5-7, 6-3.Westhill lost last Monday to Cazenovia in another 5-2 decision, seeing Lesselroth beat Nova Berger 6-4, 6-3 and Frost top Baylee Pierce 6-0, 6-4, but dropping all of the doubles matches as Hagrman was two games from a singles sweep, but took a 4-6 7-5, 10-6 defeat to the Lakers’ Julia Knutsen.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Also, the Trojans had two singles points in the books when Morgan Walsh fell behind Ava Benedict, only to claim a second-set tie-breaker and rally to beat Benedict 3-6, 7-6, 6-4 to earn that clinching point.Back in last Tuesday’s 6-1 win over Jordan-Elbridge, the Mustangs had the doubles teams of Kemp- Walsh, Shaw- Vetsch, Mitchell-Elaina Mahoney and Clarke-Isabella Demeis all win in straight sets.The Eagles did earn a singles point when Anisa Bort outlasted Kathleen DeMarle 6-7, 6-2, 10-7, but Marcellus countered with Danielle Copp beating Meghan Whalen 6-3, 7-6 and Marsh handling Wendy Carter 6-1, 6-2. Tags: girls tennisJ-EMarcellusskaneatelesWest GeneseeWesthill
Before reaching for that can of soda, consider that the carbonated beverage may actually cause pain, according to researchers at USC.On Sept. 29, The Journal of Neuroscience published a study conducted by USC professor Emily Liman that says the consumption of carbonated beverages triggers electrical impulses in our body that cause small amounts of pain.A rather serendiptous moment in her laboratory led Liman to explore the interaction between pain and soda.“We had one student in the lab working on molecules involved in mustard detection and one student who was working on responses to acids by taste cells. One day we took the solutions from the mustard detection and applied them to the taste cells,” Liman said.The two graduate students involved, Yuanyuan Wang and Rui Chang, continued to assist Professor Liman throughout the progression of the study.Liman said the sensory perception that one experiences when drinking soda is first sourness and then a burning sensation.It was previously thought that this burning sensation was caused by the chemical nature of the carbonation, particularly the bubbles found in such beverages. The study, however, proves that it is the carbon dioxide within the composition that leads to the burning.The study used the cells of mice that were taken from the part of the brain that contains pain sensory cells. The cells were then floated in carbonated saline to observe which ones reacted to the carbon dioxide.“TRPA1 molecules sense mustard and other noxious chemicals. These cells have receptors in our nasal and oral cavities; mustard binds to these receptors caus[ing] the generation of the electrical impulse. The same was found in the case of carbon dioxide,” Liman said.Liman said that even though the consumption of carbonated drinks causes pain and alerts our body to tissue damage, given the relatively small quantities of compounds within these drinks, tissue damage is unlikely to occur, even if someone is a regular soda drinker.Chang said he doesn’t think this discovery will change students’ drinking habits.“[The pain] is not expressed in the taste, there are other pathways in our body for us to feel like we’re drinking soda,” he said.Sabrina Hsu, a sophomore majoring in psychology who said she is a regular soda drinker, said she doesn’t believe she will stop drinking soda.“Generally people do what they want, regardless of what studies find,” Hsu said.
Share StumbleUpon Submit ESI Digital – No Drama Please… Esports growth should be treated as business as usual August 20, 2020 Related Articles Share Björn Nilsson: How Triggy is delivering digestible data through pre-set triggers August 28, 2020 Marco Blume – PinnacleLow-margin bookmaker Pinnacle continues to expand its profile and brand coverage within esports, becoming an official partner of Copenhagen-based esports organisation NORTH (north.gg)Founded in 2017, NORTH is the ‘fast growth’ esports organisation formed by Danish Superliga FC Copenhagen and Nordic entertainment group Nordisk.Since its foundation, NORTH has risen to become one of the leading European esports team ‘consistently ranked amongst world’s top 10 for CS:GO formats.Agreeing on an 18-month partnership, the Pinnacle brand will be displayed across the front of NORTH’s s CS:GO jersey, with the esports organisation further collaborating on Pinnacle esports related content.Backing the partnership Marco Blume, Trading Director at Pinnacle said: “This is a massive deal for us. We have waited so long for a team partnership because we wanted to make sure we signed with an organisation that matched our ambition and desire to take esports to the next level. North certainly ticked all the boxes and we’re really excited to start working together to enhance the experience for esports fans around the world.”Welcoming Pinnacle as new partner, Jonas Gundersen, North’s Chief Commercial Officer commented: “Partnering up with Pinnacle really is underlining the journey we are on with North. It feels great that we are able to continue the next phase of the journey together with a such a well respected and household name that shares our ambition of narrating the esports story as it develops. Our passion for gaming is very strong, and Pinnacle really understands our aim of expanding even further”. Danske Spil calls for esports makeover with Pinnacle Solution August 25, 2020
Southampton joined Tottenham and Manchester United in the semi-finals, with Leicester and Chelsea meeting in the last quarter-final later on Sunday.It will be Saints’ first appearance in the last four in 15 years. Nevertheless, a trip to Wembley in the semi-finals could provide a welcome tonic as the new manager tries to make his presence felt.It was essential Southampton avoided following in the footsteps of Manchester City, West Ham and Bournemouth — top-flight sides who had all perished against third tier giant-killers Wigan in the FA Cup this season.They achieved that aim thanks to second half goals from Pierre Emile Hojbjerg and Cedric Soares. Wigan, United Kingdom | AFP | Mark Hughes enjoyed the ideal start to his Southampton reign as the struggling Premier League club reached the FA Cup semi-finals with a 2-0 win at Wigan on Sunday.Hughes was hired as Southampton manager this week to replace the sacked Mauricio Pellegrino and the former Saints striker had an immediate impact on his new team.Hughes’ main goal is to help Southampton preserve their top-flight status and they dropped into the relegation zone on Saturday as Crystal Palace won in the league while the Saints were preparing for their quarter-final. “It was an important day for the players today. I have been really impressed with the quality of the talent I have,” said Hughes, who was sacked by Stoke earlier this season.“They have lost a bit of confidence recently but they are good players.“We stood up to Wigan. It was a statement of intent and a start.“We have work to do in the Premier League, but we will enjoy this moment.”Share on: WhatsApp Pages: 1 2
Submitted by the Thurston Economic Development CouncilOlowo-n’djo Tchala and Rose Hyde stand in their Alaffia home office. The company employs more than 80 people in the greater Olympia area. Photo credit: Ben MoonThurston Economic Development Council is pleased to announce the 2014 Business Recognition Award Winners.Non-Profit Organization of the Year: Family Education & Support ServicesNew Business of the Year: Miss Moffett’s Mystical CupcakesSmall Business of the Year: Dirty Dave’s Pizza ParlorCorporate Employer of the Year: AlaffiaEach year, the EDC spotlights businesses and organizations that have demonstrated a significant contribution to the health and vitality of the Thurston County economy. Nominees and finalists were recognized and award winners announced at the 2015 Business Recognition Awards on Thursday, April 9, 2015 at the Red Lion Hotel Olympia. This is the 30th year that the EDC has hosted this awards program. Facebook0Tweet0Pin0