Brackets for three of the four classes of the Minnesota boys basketball state tournament were unveiled Saturday, with a strong field present in Class 4A. Park Center is the top seed, with Hopkins and East Ridge poised to meet in the semifinals if both schools can win in Wednesday’s quarterfinals. Mahtomedi is the fifth seed in Class 3A, while Christ’s Household of Faith is the No. 5 seed in Class A, the lone class that will wait for Thursday for its quarterfinal action. The semifinals and final for each class will be played at Target Center and will be televised on KSTC Ch. 45. The quarterfinals can be watched for free online on Prep Spotlight while the semifinals and finals are available for free online at Prep 45. The complete brackets for each class are listed below, and can also be viewed on the MSHSL website. Brackets will be updated throughout the tournament. CLASS 4A Wednesday’s quarterfinals at Target Center No. 1 Park Center vs. Maple Grove, 10 a.m. No. 4 … [Read more...] about Check out the 2019 Minnesota boys state basketball tournament brackets
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Jessica Contrera, The Washington Post Published 11:30 am PST, Thursday, December 13, 2018 The view on Virginia's Interstate 66 at the Cedar Lane overpass, where a boy went over the short railing and crashed into the car Marisa Harris was driving. The view on Virginia's Interstate 66 at the Cedar Lane overpass, where a boy went over the short railing and crashed into the car Marisa Harris was driving. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Michael S. Williamson Photo: Washington Post Photo By Michael S. Williamson Image 1 of / 10 Caption Close Image 1 of 10 The view on Virginia's Interstate 66 at the Cedar Lane overpass, where a boy went over the short railing and crashed into the car Marisa Harris was driving. The view on Virginia's Interstate 66 at the Cedar Lane overpass, where a … [Read more...] about Boy who jumped off bridge tried to kill himself, police say. Instead, he killed someone else.
HE won the Ashes, captained his country and has an MBE — but Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff’s dream career is only just revving up. The bowler turned game- show favourite has to pinch himself when he walks on to an airfield and sees the fleet of supercars he is being paid to thrash about in. For the Lancashire lad, becoming the new face of Top Gear alongside comic Paddy McGuinness is as good as pulling on the whites for England. But his driving record is far from clean, having been hauled before court at least five times for speeding. During one brush with the law in 2014, he escaped a ban for driving his £150,000 Bentley at 87mph after claiming losing his licence would affect charity work. Seven years before, he was caught by a speed camera doing almost 90mph in a 50mph zone — but was acquitted after a prosecution notice was sent two days too late. Freddie, who currently has three points on his licence and is described by pals as a “speed … [Read more...] about Andrew ‘Freddie’ Flintoff says he’s perfect for Top Gear… as he’s been done for speeding
x When I was first really getting into comic books as a kid, one of the big things DC had going on at the time was Reign of the Supermen, a story that spanned multiple titles and featured four possible replacements for Superman following his demise at the hands of Doomsday. And now that it’s being adapted as an animated movie, you’d better believe that I’ll be checking it out for the sake of nostalgia alone. Similar to its literary counterpart, the flick will pick up shortly after the events seen in the recently released The Death of Superman, effectively making the tale a two-parter of sorts. Actually, the last time WB Animation did such a thing was when they put out Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, so trust me when I say we’ll be in for a real treat if this bad boy proves to be even half as good. If you’ll recall, the last teaser we received in video form came via a sneak peek featurette back in July, but now we finally … [Read more...] about First Trailer For Reign Of The Supermen Drops Online
Live streaming has become a "magnet for paedophiles", Britain’s top police chief on child safety has warned as the NSPCC revealed more than twice as many children are doing it as previously thought. Last year, it was estimated that 10 per cent of seven to 16 -year-olds live streamed, but this has leapt to 24 per cent as social media platforms have raced to add video to their sites and apps, according to the biggest-ever study into children’s online lives by the NSPCC and London Grid for Learning (LGfL). More than one in 20 of those who said they live streamed reported being enticed by someone at the other end of the webcam to take off their clothes - and to the alarm of researchers primary school aged children were more likely to be asked to do so than secondary pupils. Chief Constable Simon Bailey, child protection lead for the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC), told The Daily Telegraph: “The two greatest threats from my perspective are the use of … [Read more...] about Online live streaming a ‘magnet for paedophiles’, police and NSPCC warn