FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBoys SoccerRegion 17MT. PLEASANT, Utah-Hai Trihn amassed a hat trick and Avery Wade added two more goals as the Wasath Academy Tigers pounded Draper APA 6-1 Wednesday in Region 17 boys soccer action.SoftballNon-RegionMT. PLEASANT, Utah-Addelyn Brotherson went yard twice and added a double as the North Sanpete Hawks pounded North Sevier 17-0 in non-region softball action Wednesday.BaseballNon-RegionFILLMORE, Utah-Janzen Keisel doubled and earned the win on the mound as the Gunnison Bulldogs edged Millard 7-6 Wednesday in non-region baseball action. Parx Bartholomew tripled in the win for the Bulldogs as well. Jalen Robison doubled in defeat for the Eagles.MT. PLEASANT, Utah-The Union Cougars scored four runs in the top of the 8th inning to beat North Sanpete 7-3 in non-region baseball action Wednesday. Matt Williams homered and doubled in the win for Union, while Keegan Eliason had two doubles and Garrett Christensen also doubled in the loss for the Hawks.Girls GolfRegion 14ROOSEVELT, Utah-Providence Hall won the Region 14 girls golf tournament on Wednesday with a team score of 386. Union came in second with a 399 at their home course, Delta was third after shooting a 408, Carbon placed fourth with a 412 and Juab finished fifth with a score of 413.Individually McKaizlee Cowan of Juab placed first with an 83. Delta’s Shaylee Patton placed second with an 89, Union’s Mary Mortensen and Brooklyn from Providence Hall tied for third with a 93 and the Patriots’ Morgan placed fifth with a 94. Written by Tags: Gunnison/Millard/Norh Sanpete/North Sevier/Wasatch Academy April 25, 2018 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 4/25 Brad James
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A funeral mass was offered Aug. 30 at St. Francis Church in Hoboken for Mary Catherine Tremitiedi, 66, a retired school administrator and educator, and lifelong Hoboken resident. She passed away Aug. 26 at Columbus Hospital in Newark. Mary was the daughter of the late Joseph B. Lisa and Catherine Kroemer. Mary earned her Bachelor and Masters Degrees at Jersey City State College, serving the Hoboken School District for 38 years as a teacher, vice principal, principal, and administrative assistant to the superintendent of schools and retiring in 2010 later becoming principal of Holy Family Academy Preparatory School. Mary was a past president of the Hoboken School Administration, also serving on the Board of Directors of the Hoboken School Employee Federal Credit Union for some 30 Years, Mary was on the Board of Directors of the Hoboken School District and member of the Negotiating Team, and President of the Hoboken School Administrators Association. She was member of the NJ Education Association, Hoboken Elks, Hoboken Municipal Drug Alliance, and The North Hudson Latin American Kiwanis.She is survived by her husband, Richard Tremitiedi, retired Hoboken fire chief; her children, Mary Margaret Tremitiedi, Michael Tremitiedi and wife Gioia; her grandchildren, Holli, Nicholas, and Natalie; her great grandchild, Lincoln; her brother Gerard Lisa and wife Yesmid, her sister-in-law Nancy Lisa, her nephew Joseph Lisa III, and her niece Kaylah Lisa. Mary was also predeceased by a brother Joseph Lisa and daughter Christine Tremitiedi.Services arranged by the Failla-McKnight Memorial Home, Hoboken.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享The Independent:A floating tidal stream turbine off the coast of Orkney has produced more green energy in a year than Scotland’s entire wave and tidal sector produced in the 12 years before it came online. In 12 months of full-time operation, the SR2000 turbine supplied the equivalent annual power demand of about 830 households.Its developer claimed the machine– the most powerful of its kind in the world – had set a benchmark for its industry due to its performance. It produced 3GWh of renewable electricity during its first year of testing at the European Marine Energy Centre.Over the 12 years before its launch in 2016, wave and tidal energies across Scotland had collectively produced 2.983GWh, according to Ofgem.Andrew Scott, chief executive officer of developers Scotrenewables Tidal Power, said: “The SR2000’s phenomenal performance has set a new benchmark for the tidal industry. “Its first year of testing has delivered a performance level approaching that of widely deployed mature renewable technologies.”He added: “The ability to easily access the SR2000 for routine maintenance has been a significant factor in our ability to generate electricity at such levels over the past 12 months, including over winter.”The team at Scotrenewables said their success – combined with Meygen’s generation of more than 8 GWh over the past year from four tidal turbines deployed in the Pentland Firth – is evidence that tidal power generation could be rolled out more widely.More: Scotland’s floating turbine smashes tidal renewable energy records Tidal energy facility smashes generation records in first year of operation
We’re going international for this week’s ad of the week, to the US, where food delivery service DoorDash has been very quick on the draw with its coronavirus response.It’s launched an initiative called #OpenForDelivery, in order to remind Americans that though they can no longer go out for meals, they can still support the sector and enjoy delicious food.The ad shows some empty restaurants, with a poignant voiceover reminding viewers of the good times they’ve had while out to dinner. But, he says, the kitchens are still busy in these places. “They’re still there for you. Now you can be there for them.”The ad is perfectly pitched, impressively shot and edited (one assumes it was done quickly) and relays an important message to potentially confused consumers. Let’s have a UK equivalent soon, please.