Girls basketball: Cascade Christian 40, King’s Way Christian 39

first_img By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. King’s Way Christian rallied from an early deficit but still fell just short of a non-league road win.Laurel Quinn paced the Knights with 18 points, including four 3-pointers, ad Abby Cummins added 10 points.Cascade Christian bolted out to a 12-3 lead after one quarter before King’s Way rallied to take a 18-17 advantage into halftime.CASCADE CHRISTIAN 40, KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 39KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN (4-5) — Bethany Hutchin 0, Hannah Moats 3, Annabelle Atwood 0, Laurel Quinn 18, Amber Kolb 0, Abby Cummins 10, Tyra Schroeder 3, Lacey Zook 5. Totals. 11-38 (6-13) 11-19 39. King’s Way Christian Knights The Columbian CASCADE CHRISTIAN (5-4) — Ivy Bartlett 17, Ashley Teifke 4, Morgan Tveter 0, Lexi Pearson 12, Sarah Midimo 2, Gabi Miller 5, Emily Patrick 0. Totals 15-38 (2-5) 8-12 40.King’s Way 3 15 10 11–39Cascade Chr. 12 5 12 11–40 Share: Published: December 22, 2018, 10:49pm center_img Tags GO Girls basketball: Cascade Christian 40, King’s Way Christian 39 Receive latest stories and local news in your email: Share:last_img read more

Breaking Bad Oh thats great stuff TDs talk TV at another Seanad

first_img Hugh O’ConnellSPENDING ALL YOUR time telling people to vote Yes in the Seanad referendum can be a bit tiresome so Fine Gael Minister Richard Bruton and TD Eoghan Murphy chatted about television instead today.Just kidding, there was a bit of chat about the referendum as Fine Gael unveiled a placard outside the Norwegian embassy on Dublin’s Molesworth Street to highlight how Ireland is apparently overrepresented when it comes to politicians.Later as they carried the placard back to Leinster House (or at least to end of Molesworth Street before they passed it off to handlers) the Minister wanted to know if Murphy had seen Breaking Bad.Murphy not only admitted that he hadn’t seen the Emmy-award winning series, he also hadn’t seen The Sopranos or The Wire.Surely that is more troubling than Ireland having a third more national poiticians than any other European country of our size?Read: Over two dozen academics urge No vote in Seanad referendumMore: ‘I can’t kiss you on the lips’: Little talk of Seanad as Gerry Adams canvasses in DublinWATCH: ‘Do I get the brown envelope?’: Minister meets mixed reaction on Dublin canvasslast_img read more