Spotswood HS students respected with computing award

Two Spotswood High School students, Mary Grace Hager and Shivani Vyas, were comparison as New Jersey Affiliate Award recipients of a 2015 NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing.

The NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing honors immature women during a high-school turn for their computing-related achievements and interests. Awardees are comparison for their computing and IT aptitude, care ability, educational history, and skeleton for post-secondary education.

Hager and Vyas were famous for their fulfilment during a NJ Affiliate Award rite on Apr 1 during Kean University in Union.

Albright College

North Brunswick proprietor Emily Carey, a tyro during Albright College in Reading, Pennsylvania, will spend dual weeks investigate in Ireland, following a finish of a open semester.

Alvernia University

The following Central Jersey residents have warranted consequence scholarships to attend Alvernia University in Reading, Pennsylvania, in a fall:

Amanda Julve of Bishop George Ahr High School, Carteret, Presidential Scholarship.

Julianna Norris of Bishop George Ahr High School, Edison, Presidential Scholarship.

Margaret Johnson of Edison Township High School, Presidential Scholarship.

Victoria Marino of Monroe Township High School, Monroe Township, Presidential Scholarship.

Rhea Tata of Piscataway High School, Piscataway, Presidential Scholarship.

Sarah Kramer of High School, Middlesex, Presidential Scholarship.

Sara Rustemeyer of Colonia High School, Colonia, Trustees’ Scholarship.

Victoria Quercia of Monroe Township High School, Monroe Township, Trustees’ Scholarship.

Caitlin Kelly of Carteret High School, Carteret, Veronica Founder’s Scholarship.

Justin Lipinski of East Brunswick High School, East Brunswick, Veronica Founder’s Scholarship.

Matthew Junio of John P Stevens High School, Edison, Veronica Founder’s Scholarship.

Anita Demaj of Keyport High School, Keyport, Veronica Founder’s Scholarship.

Natalie Jacobs of Notre Dame High School, Dayton, Veronica Founder’s Scholarship.

Becker College

Fawina Lesman of Edison was inducted into a Alpha Lambda Delta respect multitude chpater during Becker College in Worcester, Massachusetts.

Bob’s High School Heroes

High propagandize students in New Jersey are assisting say a village blood supply by donating 7,319 lifesaving units of blood so distant this propagandize year. Students have 3 some-more months left in a educational year to make a suggestive disproportion for sanatorium patients and aim to win a extend from a Bob’s Discount Furniture $250,000 High School Heroes Scholarship Program. The Bob’s High School Heroes Scholarship Program recognizes students who make well-developed contributions to a American Red Cross blood concession module in their schools, and helps inspire immature people to turn concerned by assisting patients in need.

“High propagandize students are desirous to hurl adult their sleeves to assistance patients, interjection to a Bob’s High School Heroes Scholarship Program,” pronounced Robert Kessler, CEO, American Red Cross Penn-Jersey Blood Services Region. “The extend module helps a Red Cross make a disproportion in a lives of patients and empowers high propagandize students to take a care role.”

“Since this extend module launched in 2009, we’ve awarded scarcely $650,000 to hundreds of students in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York, and we demeanour brazen to awarding students again this year,” pronounced Bob Kaufman, boss emeritus of Bob’s Discount Furniture.

Kaufman knows a essential significance of a sufficient blood supply. Medical crises compulsory dual of his family members to accept many blood transfusions. He mislaid his father Leo Kaufman and his 16-year-old nephew Scott Mulready to leukemia. The Kaufman family is perpetually grateful for a additional time with them done possible, in part, by blood donors. Through a efforts of Bob, employees, business and members of a community, Bob’s Discount Furniture blood drives have collected some-more than 38,000 units of lifesaving blood.

Students who horde during slightest dual high propagandize blood drives via a year and grasp an annual appearance rate of during slightest 30 percent of age-eligible students during their schools validate to win a bottom extend of $250. Students who accommodate those initial mandate are also authorised to win additional scholarships, including adult to 8 $1,000 grand esteem scholarships per winning school, that is dynamic by totaling a blood units donated from any school. The winners in any state are dynamic by a series of students who benefaction and a sum units collected. For finish foe manners and details, revisit http://www.mybobs.com/outreach/highschoolheroes.

Cranbury schools

The Schools Development Authority has executed a extend by a Regular Operating District (ROD) extend module to yield supports for communications and confidence upgrades during Cranbury Elementary School.

The plan in Cranbury Township School District represents $1,103,615 in sum estimated costs including a state extend of $441,446 that leverages a internal extend of $662,169. The SDA has executed some-more than $4 million in grants to a Cranbury Township School District given module pregnancy a few years ago.

The Department of Education, that determines a preference of propagandize projects to accept extend funds, has authorized some-more than 1,600 ROD Grant projects in 335 propagandize districts via a state given May 2013. Between state and internal contributions, a sum plan costs of a authorised projects are estimated to surpass $1.2 billion.

Linden High School

NJROTC Drill PT group members from Linden High School were honoed during a Elizabeth H.S. Admiral William Halsey Leadership Academy cavalcade foe conducted during a weekend of Mar 14 and 15.

Team members warranted a following trophies: second place, Place Physical Fitness Team; second place, Unarmed Platoon Inspection; second place, Armed Platoon Inspection; third place, Armed Platoon Regulation; third place, Unarmed Exhibition; and third place, New Cadet Squad.

New Jersey Association of Counties

The New Jersey Association of Counties (NJAC) is hosting a 4th annual county vocational-technical propagandize cook-off plea during 12:30 p.m. May 8 during Caesar’s in Atlantic City.

Culinary art students from county vocational-technical schools in Bergen, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Morris, and Passaic counties have been comparison to competition for titles in taste, creativity, and food presentation. Each group will embody of 5 to 6 students and dual staff members, and contingency furnish 400 samples of appetizers during a sum cost of reduction than $500.00. NJAC officials, Atlantic City chefs, and gathering guest will have a charge of judging a unbending competition, that will tighten NJAC’s 65th annual jubilee of county government.

“The cook-off plea is a convention’s premiere eventuality and we demeanour brazen to enjoying any of a illusory dishes prepared by these conspicuous immature group and women as destiny restaurateurs and chefs,” NJAC President and Mercer County Freeholder Ann Cannon pronounced in a prepared statement.

Visit www.njac.org for additional details.

New Jersey Conversation Society scholarship

A $1,000 extend will be awarded this summer to a New Jersey tyro majoring in healthy apparatus conservation, environmental extend or a associated margin of study, announced a Firman E. Bear Chapter of a Soil and Water Conservation Society (SWCS). The Edward R. Hall/Robert R. Hanna Scholarship is awarded annually to acknowledge New Jersey college students for their educational and personal accomplishments in a margin of charge and/or healthy resources.

To validate for a scholarship, an applicant contingency be: a full-time tyro in good station during any New Jersey accredited university/college, or a New Jersey proprietor attending any accredited out-of-state university/college; and an undergraduate enrolled in a curriculum associated to healthy resources, including though not singular to: agriculture, agronomy, conservation, ecology, environmental science, fisheries, forestry, geography, journalism, plant science, dirt science, and/or wildlife. Other areas associated to charge might also qualify; and have successfully finished during slightest dual semesters of study.

To apply: Go to www.njswcs.org to download concentration form. Then finish it and mail it, with a postmark by Apr 17, to: Firman E. Bear Chapter, SWCS, C/O USDA-NRCS, 220 Davidson Ave, 4th floor, Somerset, NJ 08873.

The extend leader will be announced by May 29.

New Jersey State Bar Foundation’s Law Fair and Law Adventure Mock Trail competitions

With a judging completed, a winning schools and classes in a New Jersey State Bar Foundation’s 2015 Law Fair and Law Adventure ridicule route competitions have been selected.

In any of a dual competitions, students and their teachers were asked to emanate and write strange cases focusing on authorised issues of seductiveness to their contemporaries and that could be used as a apparatus to learn about a law.

This year’s winning Law Fair cases dealt with negligence, appealing nuisance, ebola, taste and egghead property. Local Law Fair 2015 foe winners included: Grade: 3; Teacher: Bethanne Augsback; of Woodland School, Monroe Township; First Place and Second Place; and Augsback and Selime Kaufman, Honorable mention

In May, Law Fair participants in grades 3 to 6 and Law Adventure participants in grades 7 to 8 are slated to benefaction their winning cases before judges, attorneys and juries of their peers — other facile and core propagandize students —at a home of a Bar Foundation, a New Jersey Law Center, One Constitution Square off Ryder’s Lane in New Brunswick, New Jersey. For some-more information, revisit njsbf.org.

Raritan Valley Community College

Local high propagandize seniors meddlesome in training some-more about Raritan Valley Community College’s (RVCC) Honors College are invited to attend arriving information eventuality on possibly Apr 9 or May 7. Both sessions will run from 6 to 8 p.m. in a atrium during a college’s Branchburg campus.

The evenings will embody information about admissions to RVCC’s Honors College and send opportunities after graduating from a program. Current Honors College students will be on palm to share their use during RVCC. Students in a tip 20 percent of their high propagandize category with a accumulative SAT measure of 1700 or larger (or have a 3.5 class indicate normal or higher) are speedy to attend.

Launched in 2011, RVCC’s Honors College facilities a cohort-based module with smaller, seminar-style courses that have an interdisciplinary concentration and means students a event to rise a tighten operative attribute with their professors. The module serves rarely competent high propagandize graduates who are entering college for a initial time.

Students who are certified to a Honors College have several opportunities for academic, social, and personal growth. Honors College students suffer several benefits, including opportunities to send to four-year colleges and universities. Honors students also might raise their college knowledge by several care and proffer activities as good as by use learning. For additional information about RVCC’s Honors College, revisit http://www.raritanval.edu/academics/honors/index.html.

To register for possibly session, email honors@raritanval.edu.

Somerset County Vocational Technical High School

Two alumni of a Somerset County Vocational Technical High School Graphic Communications module returned to a Bridgewater-based high propagandize recently to pronounce with stream students about their career paths and stream jobs in a field.

Luis Angulo, a 2007 connoisseur and SkillsUSA state bullion award winner, is now a manager during Designer Greetings in Edison, where he oversees a striking pattern group formulating nod cards. Also visiting was Tia Sheridan, who now works with Angulo and is a 2009 graduate. They spoke with a students about a work they perform and processes concerned in formulating nod cards, showed a students some of a design and cards they have created, and Sheridan common tools of her personal portfolio to give an instance of what a students should be formulating to ready themselves for college and beyond. Angulo also drew behind on his use during SCVTHS to acknowledgement on how Instructor Linda Weber-Smith’s teachings helped in his in post-secondary classes and during his stream workplace.

At a finish of a presentation, Weber-Smith pronounced that she is operative with Angulo to emanate a Teen Birthday Card contest, where a leader would have a event to win an internship during Designer Greetings during a arriving summer break.

For some-more information about a school’s programs, call James Strickhart during 908-526-8900, ext. 7169, or jstrickhart@scvts.net.

South Amboy Schools

The Schools Development Authority has executed a extend by a Regular Operating District (ROD) extend module to yield supports for a roof deputy during South Amboy High School.

The plan in South Amboy Public Schools represents $254,440 in sum estimated costs including a state extend of $101,776 that leverages a internal extend of $152,664. The SDA has executed $193,955 in grants to a South Amboy Public Schools given program’s pregnancy a few years ago.

The Department of Education, that determines a preference of propagandize projects to accept extend funds, has authorized some-more than 1,600 ROD Grant projects in 335 propagandize districts via a state given May 2013. Between state and internal contributions, a sum plan costs of a authorised projects are estimated to surpass $1.2 billion.

Wardlaw-Hartridge School

Chess heat has strike The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison and everybody is enjoying it. In a new W-H Chess Blitz Tournament consisting of 80 students, 3 superb students of a diversion remained standing.

John Anderson-Schmitt of Scotch Plains and Charlie Silver of Rahway fought a intrepid quarrel and both were awarded second place trophies. Standing alone on a tip of a chess mountain is fourth-grader Jack Silver of Rahway, who is undefeated in all his matches via Wardlaw-Hartridge, that now has some-more than 100 students participating in a several chess programs. Jack has been endorsed by a USCF as one of a tip 100 9-year-old chess players in a country.

Upper and Middle School Latin students during The Wardlaw-Hartridge School perceived awards for their opening on a National Etymology Exam. The test, that is sponsored by a National Junior Classical League and formed on English wording difference subsequent from Latin and Greek, was given to Latin 3, 4 and AP students as good as seventh- and eighth-grade Latin students. Medal winners were:

Advanced Level: Roshun Menon of South Plainfield (silver)

Intermediate Level: Anuva Goel of Piscataway, Ellena Son of Woodbridge (silver), Jake Payami of Scotch Plains (bronze)

Novice Level: Jordan Borst-Ortiz of Colonia, Robert Brandl of Plainfield, Sarah Ivanov of Woodbridge, Alexandra Lack of Westfield, Kelly Lawrence of Scotch Plains, Briella Payami of Scotch Plains, Julia Rothar of Metuchen (bronze).

Washington University

The following Middlesex County residents during Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, were named to a tumble dean’s list: Adedamola Adedokun of East Brunswick, Kierstan Marie Carter of Woodbridge, Jennifer Sarah Greenberg of Edison, Hillary Sarah Kroll of East Brunswick, Austin Jiazhi Niu of Edison, SiddharthVanamamalai of Dayton, Casey Zheng of East Brunswick, Eric Dowhong Chao of East Brunswick, Alice Wang of East Brunswick.

Widener University

The following internal residents during Widener University in Chester, Pennsylvania, attend hubbub Alternative open mangle by Habitat for Humanity. During their week of service, students participated in a operation of activities from building houses for Habitat for Humanity to weatherization projects in locations including Oklahoma City, West Palm Beach, Florida, New Orleans and Houston: Nicholas Gudzk of East Brusnwick, supposing use in Houston, Texas, Lauren Robson of Avenel, supposing use in Houston, Texas, Zahra Azhar of Princeton, supposing use in New Orleans, Louisiana, and Lavanya Nagappan of Edison, supposing use in West Palm Beach, Florida.

William Paterson University

William Paterson University has introduced a new master’s grade in core turn education, a initial in New Jersey and offering entirely online, and a new master of humanities grade in aloft preparation administration designed to accommodate a occupational expansion for preparation administrators.

The new master’s in core turn preparation is a 30-credit online module designed for practicing educators. The module offers active professionals estimable knowledge in a theory, research, and use associated to core turn education. The module ams to ready graduates to grasp in a rarely data-driven enlightenment of propagandize burden and will be grounded in speculation and best practice.

The new master of humanities in aloft preparation administration is a 36-credit module with a choice of 4 graphic specializations within aloft preparation contexts: comment and planning, educational administration, care studies, and tyro development. Each of these concentrations consists of 15 credits of coursework in further to a 21-credit core. The module is directed to assistance students start or allege a career in: tyro affairs, alumni affairs, chateau life, career services, financial aid, admissions, educational advising, and institutional research.

For some-more information, hit a William Paterson University Office of Graduate Admission and Enrollment Services during 973-720-3641, revisit wpunj.edu/graduate or email graduate@wpunj.edu.

Student and School news appears Fridays. Email: hntmetro@mycentraljersey.com

Mailers ridicule Tellez as disciple of large government

Fort Collins City Council claimant Nancy Tellez sums adult mailers sent both ancillary and hostile her debate thusly: “Their whole purpose is not to give an accurate depiction of a conditions or position for possibly side.”

The east-central district she and competition Ray Martinez wish to paint has been belligerent 0 for mailers sent by eccentric parties aggressive and ancillary any candidate. While Martinez has been a concentration of one group’s attacks, Tellez hasn’t transient opposition.

Citizens for a Sustainable Economy, a nonprofit dependent with a Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce, has spent some-more than $10,000 in a District 2 competition alone. While a debate financial filings state a spending has all been to support Martinez, a mailer nonetheless has Tellez’s design bordered in red, accompanied by what a organisation deems as disastrous debate platforms.

“These mail pieces are assembled only to make one chairman demeanour good and one chairman to demeanour bad,” Tellez said. “Facts are not a high priority, obviously.”

She responded to some of a claims in a mailers, encountering others or wondering because a claims were portrayed as negative. One pro-Martinez mailer states that she “wants to concentration on buses and bikes as a categorical approach to soothe trade congestion.”

“I don’t know because they would be disastrous about that, unless they only like to see thousands of cars cramming a streets of Fort Collins,” Tellez pronounced Wednesday.

Steve Lucas, boss of CSE, simplified that his organisation does not trust multi-modal travel is bad, yet wants some-more than what Tellez has supported. Martinez, according to a mailer, has “smart, common-sense solutions” to trade congestion, yet it does not go into detail.

The CSE mailer also calls her an disciple of a city substantiating a “costly metropolitan broadband utility.” Tellez called that an “inaccurate representation,” yet she supports exploring metropolitan broadband. CSE-backed mayoral claimant Wade Troxell fits that check as well, yet metropolitan broadband is not mentioned in a mailers sent on his behalf.

Lucas stood by his group’s claim. While it didn’t have an opinion on either metropolitan broadband is good or bad — “the contribution aren’t in,” he wrote in an email — he pronounced it characterized Tellez as someone who seeks supervision solutions to potentially non-governmental issues.

“The pivotal indicate we’re creation here is that her initial desire is to welcome a large supervision resolution though most thought,” Lucas said.

That echoed another wharf conflicting Tellez in a group’s eyes: that she “advocates for supervision mandates and costly supervision programs,” according to a mailer. Lucas didn’t have any approach justification for that, yet drew conclusions formed on Tellez ancillary salary increases.

“While not accurately a stipulation of support for a internal smallest salary law or other mandates, it reveals a mindset,” Lucas said.

In an talk with a Coloradoan, Tellez said, “I positively don’t consider a city sets a wages,” yet advocated enlivening businesses to lift them.

“There were times on a propagandize house where we consider I’ve advocated for accurately a conflicting of that in how it relates to a propagandize district,” Tellez said, referring to fighting conflicting contrast mandates.

Did we get conflict ads though context this election? Send them toNickColtrain@coloradoan.com and we’ll check them out.

The Wiz Is NBC’s Next Live Musical! Here’s What a Cast Should Wear


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Following record-breaking assembly numbers for The Sound of Music Live! and Peter Pan Live!, NBC has announced that a subsequent live low-pitched prolongation will be The Wiz (also, presumably, Live!), that began as a low-pitched museum interpretation of The Wizard of Oz set in Harlem and was many famously reincarnated as a 1978 film starring no reduction than Diana Ross and Michael Jackson (as Dorothy Gale and a Scarecrow, respectively). While a Internet is already aflutter with casting suggestions for a reconstitute of a 1978 film—fingers crossed for Beyoncé as Glinda(!), and Empire’s Jussie Smollett as . . . something!—here during Vogue.com, we’re most some-more meddlesome in—what else?—the fashion. Here, some common suggestions for what a ladies of a expel should wear. (We’ll be usurpation casting ideas in a comments.)

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Twin Tiers Komen associate announces extend awards – Elmira Star

The Susan G. Komen Twin Tiers Region will discharge $120,000 in village grants to 7 not-for-profit organizations within a nine-county use area this year.

The following programs have been comparison for appropriation by an eccentric grants row by a rival focus and examination process:

Adagio Health Inc.: Reducing screening barriers for women of Potter County, $15,000.

Maternal Family Health Services Inc.: Breast health initiative/screening and

education in Bradford and Tioga counties, $7,000.

Cancer Resource Center of a Finger Lakes: Post-treatment survivorship beginning in Tompkins County, $10,000.

Guthrie Clinic Sayre: High risk MRIs for uninsured or underinsured in New York and Pennsylvania counties, $15,000.

YWCA of Binghamton/Broome County: ENCOREplus breast cancer outreach,

education and advocacy, Broome and Tioga, N.Y. counties, $15,000.

Arnot Ogden Medical Center Falck Cancer Center: Reducing financial barriers to treatment, Twin Tiers Region, $15,000.

Soldiers Sailors Memorial Hospital: Tioga County, Pa. mammography screening, $12,500.

YWCA Elmira Twin Tiers: YWCA studious service fund, Chemung, Schuyler, Steuben counties, $15,000.

Fund for Women: Barriers to caring appropriation for women confronting breast cancer in Chemung, Schuyler, Steuben counties, $8,000.

S2AY Rural Health Network Inc.: Breast cancer support for Schuyler and Steuben counties, $7,500.

Outreach to a uninsured and underinsured, $12,500.

Since 2000, a Twin Tiers associate has distributed some-more than $1.2 million to area organizations to support breast cancer research, preparation and studious services.

For some-more information, call (607) 426-3405, or go to komentwintiers.org.

Follow Jeff Murray on Twitter @SGJeffMurray.

Maryland opens Big Ten play with 13-4 win over Michigan

The misfortune fears of Maryland’s supporters seemed to be entrance to delight mid by a third entertain of a 13-4 win over Michigan on Sunday dusk during Byrd Stadium.

Maryland, a long-lived men’s lacrosse powerhouse, looked drifting in a initial diversion in a new league. The Terrapins incited a round over haphazardly and generally played down to an overmatched foe wearing informed maize and blue swift helmets.

But it took 29 seconds for a Terrapins to infer they sojourn a step forward of their fledgling competition.

First, comparison Jay Carlson incited and whistled a shot past goalie Gerald Logan. Moments later, longpole defenseman Tim Muller found comparison Joe LoCascio for another goal. Off a indirect faceoff, sophomore midfielder Isaiah Davis-Allen picked adult a belligerent ball, sprinted downfield and scored on a 10-yard shot to top a sequence.

By a time sophomore Colin Heacock sealed a third-quarter fusillade with nonetheless another goal, No. 3 Maryland had unexpected built a autocratic 9-1 lead.

“Being in a ACC for 3 years, it’s unequivocally a large change going to a Big Ten,” comparison Charlie Raffa said.

Welcome to a initial deteriorate of Big Ten lacrosse, where a oldest member schools are still personification catch-up to a new arrivals.

This weekend noted a initial joining games for a conference’s newest sport, that facilities 6 teams, including associate member Johns Hopkins. But outward of a Blue Jays, a Terrapins have no equals in terms of tradition in their new home — during slightest not right now — and questions sojourn as to what arrange of outcome it will have on a prolonged tenure fortunes of a program.

Take Michigan, in a midst of a fourth deteriorate fielding a Division we lacrosse team. More than 50 percent of a register is comprised of underclassmen. The Terrapins, in comparison, are in a midst of their 90th deteriorate personification lacrosse during college’s top level.

The hope, though, is that a participation of Maryland and Johns Hopkins will assistance rouse a form of a programs via a conference.

“Having Maryland and Hopkins concerned positively helps since there’s a notice out there, and we consider it’s real, that a Big Ten is going to be a premier lacrosse discussion as a rest of us get adult to speed,” Michigan Coach John Paul said. “Having Maryland and Hopkins concerned already gives us that credit that this is coming. The age that we’re recruiting now, these kids are looking four, 5 years into a destiny and they’re banking on this being a energy discussion during that point.”

On this day, Maryland simply had too most firepower, even during a opening Terrapins Coach John Tillman called “definitely one of a sloppiest games.”

Senior attackman Matt Rambo purebred his fourth shawl pretence this deteriorate and Carlson combined dual goals. But it was a few doubtful sources of offense that stole a spotlight when 16 Maryland turnovers and some nifty work by Logan (12 saves) threatened to make this subjection most closer than approaching early on.

Davis-Allen, a defensive midfielder, had his initial dual goals of a deteriorate and longstick midfielder Matt Neufeldt chipped in with his initial career goal. Defensemen Casey Ikeda and Muller any contributed an support as well. The Terrapins, led by Raffa, tranquil 15 of a game’s 21 faceoffs and eventually dominated possession after a indolent start, scarcely doubling Michigan in shots (41-21).

When it was over, Tillman accentuated a positives of a league. He mentioned a resources and a achieved coaching staffs within a conference. He forked out that No. 15 Ohio State kick No. 5 Denver progressing this month. This, he kept reiterating, is a new existence for these Terrapins.

“I don’t unequivocally demeanour during us or a other teams being overmatched during all,” Tillman said. “I consider all of them benefaction a lot of hurdles and we’re going to have to get a lot improved to go where we wish to go.”

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SWC BASEBALL

2015 Predicted Finish

Coaches Poll (First-place votes in parentheses)

1.North Medford (7);49

2. Sheldon (1);43

T3. Grants Pass;33

T3. Roseburg;33

5. South Medford;26

6. Thurston;20

7. Willamette;11

8. South Eugene;9

 

2014 SOH Standings

;LEAGUE;OVERALL

;W;L;W;L

Crater;10-2;23-7

North Medford;9-3;27-4

South Medford;5-7;16-11

Roseburg;5-7;10-15

Grants Pass;1-11;6-21

 

PAST BASEBALL CHAMPIONS

6A Southern Oregon Hybrid

2014 — Crater (10-2)

2013 — North Medford (10-2)

2012 — Roseburg (11-1)

2011 — Roseburg (13-3)

Southwest Conference

2010 — Roseburg (14-1)

2009 — North Medford (12-3) and Roseburg (12-3)

2008 — North Medford (13-2)

2007 — North Medford (12-3) and Sheldon (12-3)

Southern Oregon Conference

2006 — Roseburg (20-1)

2005 — Roseburg

2004 — South Medford

2003 — North Medford

2002 — (tie) North Medford and Ashland

2001 — Ashland

2000 — North Medford

1999 — Roseburg

1998 — North Medford

1997 — (tie) Crater, Mazama and Roseburg

1996 — Mazama

1995 — Mazama

1994 — Mazama

1993 — Roseburg

1992 — (tie) North Medford and Roseburg

1991 — North Medford and Crater

 

NORTH MEDFORD

COACH: Brett Wolfe (21st year)

LAST YEAR: 27-4, 9-3 SOH

CURRENT RECORD: 1-4

RETURNING STARTERS

Player;Pos;Yr.

Colton Westfall;SS/RHP;Sr.

Jared Evans;RF;Sr.

Josh Berman;3B/RHP;Sr.

Troy Fowler;CF;Sr.

Jordan Ragan;LHP/OF/1B;Sr.

Tate Cowden;2B;Jr.

KEY NEWCOMERS

Player;Pos;Yr.

Greyson Wolff;C;Jr.

Honus Kindreich;1B/RHP;Jr.

Mason Barone;SS/2B;Jr.

Dakota Adams;3B/C;Jr.

Preston Johnson;OF;So.

Kasey Buchanan;OF;So.

Larson Kindreich;OF/LHP;Fr.

Berry Hunt;2B;Jr.

Chris McKee;C;Jr.

Dallas DeVry;OF;Sr.

Marcus Brammell;OF;Sr.

 

GRANTS PASS

COACH: Brian Diatte (seventh year)

LAST YEAR: 6-21, 1-11 SOH

CURRENT RECORD: 3-2

RETURNING STARTERS

Player;Pos;Yr.

Josh D’Amico;RHP;Sr.

Cody Ekwall;1B/RHP;Jr.

Easton Bents;SS;Jr.

Kadin Lopez;RF;Jr.

Jake Stoffel;2B;Jr.

Logan Zozaya;3B;So.

Jaron Kroplin;LF;Jr.

KEY NEWCOMERS

Player;Pos;Yr.

Brennen Lauffenburger;3B/RHP;Jr.

Drew Bjorn;C;Jr.

Tyler Rund;CF;Fr.

Chris D’Amico;RHP;Jr.

 

SOUTH MEDFORD

COACH: Ray Smith (sixth year)

LAST YEAR: 16-11, 5-7 SOH

CURRENT RECORD: 1-4

RETURNING STARTERS

Player;Pos;Yr.

Ryan Carle;UT/LHP;Sr.

Will Cooney;3B/UT;Sr.

Cole Carder;SS;Jr.

KEY NEWCOMERS

Player;Pos;Yr.

Alex Bylund;2B/3B;Sr.

Tyler Frost;1B/RHP;Sr.

Nick Henry;OF;Sr.

Hunter Bradford;OF/RHP;Jr.

Christian Mahoney;C/UT;Jr.

Matt DeVries;OF/LHP/1B;Jr.

Dillon Alfinito;OF;Jr.

Ben Curry;2B;Jr.

Skyler Loogman;UT/RHP;So.

Jack Thompson;C/3B/RHP;Fr.

Brandon Letendre;OF/RHP;Fr.