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Published on January 11, 2020 at 9:51 pm Syracuse entered Charlottesville, Virginia as 6.5-point underdogs but came away with a 63-55 overtime victory over No. 18 Virginia (11-4, 3-2 Atlantic Coast). The Orange (9-7, 2-3 ACC) went 5-for-6 from deep in the five-minute overtime period to pull away from the Cavaliers.Buddy Boeheim’s miracle heave sealed the win in overtime, and his father said after the game it was a “lucky” shot. Listen to beat writers Michael McCleary and Nick Alvarez break down that and more: Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Arsenal star Mesut Ozil is reportedly being investigated following allegations that he drove his car into a photographer.The former Real Madrid player is alleged to have hit the man, who was attempting to take photographs, on the arm while driving in a posh north London suburb.According to the Daily Star, the professional photographer said that the 43 million-pound midfielder then drove off without stopping, and the report mentioned that police has spoken with Ozil, who moved to the Emirates in a club-record deal last summer.The report mentioned that the incident capped a miserable week for Ozil, who had come in for fierce criticism for missing a first-half penalty in Arsenal’s Champions League defeat to Bayern Munich.Ozil was subsequently left out of the Arsenal side which beat Sunderland 4-1 in the Premier League on Saturday, the report added.
Follow @NewPghCourier on Twitter https://twitter.com/NewPghCourierLike us at https://www.facebook.com/pages/New-Pittsburgh-Courier/143866755628836?ref=hlDownload our mobile app at http://www.appshopper.com/news/new-pittsburgh-courier BILL NEAL:10—Pretty good times around the local football fields. Here’s a little update:•Penn Hills wins again and continues to maintain the comeback to where they once belonged.•Woodland Hills keeps their winning tradition alive once again.•Clearly you can see how the Penn Hills/Woodland Hills game coming up on Friday at Woodland Hills makes for a great football night!!!BILLY KISNER Penn Hills quarterback rushed for two touchdowns and threw a touchdown pass in the Indians 55-28 win over Seneca Valley, The Indians will have a showdown against rival Woodland Hills on Friday, Oct. 24. (Courier Photo by William McBride):09—By now even you strong WVU haters have to give props to the Mountaineers. Their upset win over No. 4 Baylor this past weekend puts them in the conversation with the nation’s elite teams.:08—Unfortunately, I can’t put Pitt in that conversation…not just yet anyway. I know you’re still excited with their win over Virginia Tech last week, but keep in mind that was a team that limped into Heinz Field with multiple key injuries. A win over 5 and 1 Georgia Tech will go a long way.:07—Is it me or is there no longer a heavyweight division in boxing. What do I mean you ask? Well, do these names ring a bell? Muhammad Ali, “Smokin” Joe Frazier, Larry Holmes, Ken Norton, George Foreman, Evander Holyfield…just to name a few. Man those were the days. They may be gone forever!:06—I know you count on me for help in this area so here we go. Apparently you’ve forgotten the impact that “SOS” had on the music world. Well get reminded and pull out the sounds of “Just Be Good to Me”, “Weekend Girl” and “No. 1” and be reminded of the power of that sound…go ahead. Do it…no, really, do it now! Feels good huh?!?!:05—Need some direction for Monday night? Steelers 31, Houston Texans 14. J.J. Watts not a factor. And that my friends, you can take to the bank!:04—High school football is coming down the stretch. Now is the time for every…and I do mean every Black parent in the nation to act like an adult and not the kid you wanted to be and respect your child, the game and yourself.:03—NBA basketball is here! For all of you that had to pay up last year, load up your pockets again. I’ve got the Spurs repeating…yeah, I know, but you doubted me last year too. Didn’t you sucker?:02—Movie to see in a hurry…“Gone Girl” is excellent, brutal, shocking and must see. That’s all I can tell you or I might get killed too. Four basketballs.:01—Here’s the first of many health tips I’m learning cause I gotta lose 50 pounds ASAP. That’s right Fit-y! Deviled eggs for a snack offer some of the most easily absorbed protein in nature.:00—DOUBLE OVERTIMEThanks to the hundred plus “friends” that showed up for the Champion Enterprises Farewell Par-Tay. To those who didn’t show up…well, I guess it’s true what they say…you find out who your real friends are!~ GAME OVER ~
Facebook31Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by South Puget Sound RotaryOlympia, WA, January 2013 — Up to 6 families with children will receive financial assistance for rapid re-housing, thanks to the South Puget Sound Rotary and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation partnership.Mike Swarthout, South Puget Sound Rotary president, handed a $10,000 check from the Family Homelessness Grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to Schelli Slaughter, Executive Director of the Family Support Center. The South Puget Sound Rotary will match the grant with an additional $10,000, which will be raised at the South Puget Sound auction on April 27 at the Great Wolf Lodge.The Family Support Center, which is the coordinated entry point for all homeless families with children in the community, will use the funds to rapidly re-house up to six homeless families.Rapid re-housing is an approach that offers time-limited, small rental subsidies to assist the homeless in moving into housing, followed by intensive case management to ensure stability. Rapid rehousing has been used in communities across the country to reduce homelessness as much as 50% in a few short years. It is widely recognized as a “best practice” among strategies to reduce homelessness. The South Puget Sound Rotary anticipates that 5 of the 6 families rapidly rehoused by the grant dollars will maintain permanent housing. A small investment for such a large impact.The South Puget Sound Rotary, and many of the other 8 rotaries in Thurston County, is focused on eliminating homelessness in Thurston County. What does that mean? It means making sure that people on the margins of entering homelessness are diverted from losing housing in the first place. It means someone in the unfortunate position of losing their housing are rapidly re-housed with appropriate services that get them financially able to sustain that housing permanently. It means those few homeless individuals who have chronic issues (less than 10 percent of the population) have a safe place to sleep and supportive services that helps them with their issues and keeps the general public safe.The South Puget Sound Rotary meets every Friday at 7am at Tugboat Annies in Olympia.