East Central Swim Team had a strong start to the 2014 Age Group State meet.Jackson Ketcham- 5th boys 11-12 100 freestyle, 8th boys 11-12 400 freestyle;Jacob Weber-12th 13-14 200 butterfly; Alexis deLong-14th girls 13-14 100 freestyle; Ray Krider-17th Boys 10 and under 50 butterfly; Nick Weber-23rd Boys 10 and under 100 freestyle, 34th 10 and under boys 50 butterfly; Kyler Daulton- 25th boys 10 and under 50 breaststroke; and Alex Ketcham-28th 13-14 boys 100 breaststroke.ECST currently sits in 34th place with 33 points witb two days remaining.Submitted by EC Coach Brandon Loveless.
BOSTON — Blue Hill resident Marybeth Judy will walk in the upcoming Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk on Sunday, Sept. 27.She will walk the 26.2-mile course among an expected turnout of 8,500 walkers.The Jimmy Fund Walk is the nation’s largest single-day fundraiser. This year’s goal is to raise more than $8.2 million for the Jimmy Fund for adult and pediatric patient care and cancer research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.“The Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk presented by Hyundai unites thousands of people young and old — from adults, children, parents, neighbors, colleagues, cancer patients, to cancer survivors — who share a unified goal to cure cancer,” said Zack Blackburn, assistant vice president of the Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk. “Their dedication and commitment enables Dana-Farber to make progress on cancer care and research.”This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe event has raised more than $100 million in its 27-year history.Since 1989, the Boston Athletic Association has supported the walk, and since 2002, Hyundai has been the presenting sponsor.Walkers can choose from four routes along the historic course: Hopkinton 26.2-mile, rolling start: 5:30 to 7:30 a.m.; Wellesley 13.1-mile, rolling start: 8:30 to 10:30 a.m.; Boston College five-mile, rolling start: 10 a.m. to noon; Dana-Farber Cancer Institute three-mile, official start: 1:45 p.m., which will include patients and their families.Those unable to participate on event day can become “Virtual Walkers” and fundraise for the event online. The walk finishes at Copley Square in Boston, where walkers can celebrate and enjoy complimentary food, beverages, a speaking program and live entertainment.All walkers must raise a minimum of $300, and walkers 12 years and younger have a fundraising minimum of $100.Pacesetters are fundraisers who raise $1,500 or more.To register for the Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk, to support a walker or to volunteer, visit JimmyFundWalk.org or call (866) 531-9255. Registrants can enter the discount code NEWS for $5 off the registration fee.
Malone, meanwhile, had plenty of words about White, who was born in Colorado and played his college basketball in Boulder. He felt White’s performance was in part a response to Nuggets guard Jamal Murray’s fourth-quarter showing in Game 2, which saw him rack up 21 points in the final quarter of a Nuggets victory. Have a night, Derrick White.#GoSpursGo pic.twitter.com/osfMMdYwcW— San Antonio Spurs (@spurs) April 19, 2019″There’s no doubt in my mind that Derrick White, the last couple of days, has been reminded about Jamal Murray’s fourth-quarter performance,” Malone said. “Derrick White came out like he hadn’t eaten in two days. “He came out hungry. He came out pissed off. And he sent a very loud and clear message. “Now I’m anxious to see our guys. How do we respond to that? Where is your pride? Where is your toughness? Where is your grit? So Game 4 is going to be great insight to who we are as a team, especially our young players, especially Jamal Murray. Derrick White played like he had not eaten in two days, Nuggets coach Michael Malone said after seeing his team undone by the unheralded Spurs point guard. San Antonio took a 2-1 lead in their first-round playoff series against the second-seeded Nuggets with a 118-108 home victory Thursday. NBA playoffs 2019: Ben Simmons ‘exceptional’ as Sixers take series lead against Nets The Spurs were paced by White, who put up a career-high 36 points in just his third playoff start, and coach Gregg Popovich let that performance speak for itself rather than offering any great praise of their 2017 first-round pick. “He’s OK,” Popovich joked. “He was obviously spectacular. I don’t know what else to say.” Related News NBA playoffs 2019: ‘Missing’ poster in Brooklyn mocks Ben Simmons’ jump shot “Great fourth quarter, we win Game 2. Well, he’s going to learn as a young kid. It can’t be just one quarter, it has to be every night if you want to be a really good basketball player, especially in the playoffs. “It’s defense. Derrick White dominated the game tonight. Jamal, first and foremost, has to take a lot more pride in his ability to guard and contain and make Derrick White feel him. Derrick White did not feel us tonight.” The Spurs take a 2-1 series lead into Game 4 Saturday in San Antonio.