Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next No need to wear face masks in Metro Manila, says scientist LATEST STORIES 2 village execs nabbed in Bohol buy-bust “It’s a good thing he has big shoes. If Renzo [Subido] shot that, it won’t be a stepping call because he shoots the ball farther from the line,” added Melecio who had 18 points and six assists.Abando’s shot was impressive nonetheless after he stole Andrei Caracut’s errant pass before stopping and popping for the long distance jumper that, anticlimactically, made it a one-point game with mere seconds left.It’s also worth noting that Abando wore shoes that were a size bigger.Abando wears size 12 sneakers and the very pair of Nike Zoom Freak 1s he wore against the Green Archers was a size 13 and was a gift from Ateneo star Thirdy Ravena.ADVERTISEMENT LOOK: Taal Volcano island 2 days after eruption Early exit will only make young Falcons better, says Pumaren DSWD Bicol donates P1.5M worth of food packs for Taal eruption evacuees For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Athletes treated to a spectacle as SEA Games 2019 officially ends PLAY LIST 08:07Athletes treated to a spectacle as SEA Games 2019 officially ends06:27SEA Games 2019: No surprises as Gilas Pilipinas cruises to basketball gold05:05SEA Games 2019: Rubilen Amit finally beats Chezka Centeno for 9-ball gold (HIGHLIGHTS)01:04Daybreak as smoke, ash billows from Taal volcano01:05Poor visibility, nakaapekto sa maraming lugar sa Batangas03:028,000 pulis sa Region 4-A, tuloy ang trabaho03:57Phivolcs, nahihirapan sa komunikasyon sa Taal01:04Sold-out: Stores run out of face masks after Taal spews ash01:45Iran police shoot at those protesting plane shootdown ‘Gago’ Phivolcs: Cloud seeding in ashfall affected areas needs study ‘People evacuated on their own’ De La Salle survived University of Santo Tomas, 80-79, in the slimmest of victories in a crucial showdown Wednesday, with Rhenz Abando’s shoes getting in the way of an overtime game.Abando, who went mental in the final 30 seconds after going on a personal 8-0 run off improbable plays, would’ve sent given the game an extra five minutes had he not stepped on the line in an three-point attempt.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSAndray Blatche has high praise for teammate Kai SottoSPORTSBig differenceSPORTSAlmazan status stays uncertain ahead of Game 4Aljun Melecio and La Salle let a massive sigh of relief after the cardiac game that helped them stay in the thick of things in the Final Four race.“I was in disbelief, shocked,” said Melecio of Abando’s long two in Filipino Wednesday at Smart Araneta Coliseum. MANILA, Philippines—It was a game of inches.ADVERTISEMENT 400 evacuees from Taal eruption take refuge in Mt. Banahaw MOST READ View comments
Dear Editor,It is no coincidence, accident or unfortunate circumstance that caused Georgetown, our capital and once “Garden City”, to become one of the least livable cities in the world. It is as a result of deliberate, willful, wanton and uncharitable actions by a few persons.Since January of this year, the substantive Town Clerk was fired by the Local Government Commission after a Commission of Inquiry found him guilty of gross misconduct. The person placed to act in his stead has since been sent on administrative leave in the midst of financial documents not being produced to the Audit Office of Guyana for a forensic audit into City Hall, yet up to now neither the municipality, the Local Government Commission nor the Ministry of Communities has found it necessary to appoint a new competent and substantive Town Clerk.In Georgetown, which still follows an archaic colonial system, the Mayor is the leader of the city council but has no greater official authority than any other council member, in fact, the Mayor’s responsibilities are primarily to preside at council meetings and to act as Head of the city for ceremonial purposes, so, therefore, the role and functions of the Town Clerk are very important as that person is responsible for managing the municipality’s budget, overseeing city personnel, making recommendations to the Mayor and other city leaders on a variety of issues, etc and as a consequence, should be filled at all times with urgency.Of course one would expect that it would be filled by someone not only with a Masters Degree in Public Administration, but with good writing and public speaking skills, knowledge of municipal and administrative laws and procedures and an understanding of management theory and practices as well as dispute resolution procedures. The officeholder must also be someone who is trustworthy, respectful, ethical, and who has an approachable character with the utmost integrity.But what do the authorities do? They go in-house and select someone way down the food chain of junior rank, someone who does not have the experience, the capacity, the temperament and the wherewithal and stick them in the position temporarily. It seems as though gone are the days when the position of Town Clerk was considered to be one of prestige, authority, respect and influence.One can only hope that the Local Government Commission would look to fill the position of Town Clerk of Georgetown urgently with a proper candidate substantively.Sincerely,Kishore Das
Nearby Vic’s Liquor also experienced the Mega Millions mania. Manager Richard Miwis said a steady flow of customers bought tickets throughout the week. “I’d say between 70 and 100 people a day buy tickets,” he said. It seemed that by Friday, most people had bought their tickets, as Miwis said only 50 people had come in to buy them. He expected lottery business to pick up slightly before the actual drawing. Dennis Ford bought 10 tickets at a local 7-Eleven store Friday. The Woodland Hills resident isn’t a regular player, however. “I never play the lottery,” he said. “I only gamble when I’m in Vegas.” Ford said he decided to take a chance on Mega Millions after seeing a news report about the prize on television. He said these were the first lottery tickets he’s ever purchased. Even though there is a tiny chance Ford is now a multimillionaire, he said he wasn’t too fixated on the game of chance. “This doesn’t really matter to me,” Ford said. “It’s all fun to me.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “The odds of getting all six numbers right is one in 176 million,” Johnston said. “That’s every possible number combination.” The jackpot is also up for grabs in 11 other states, stretching from Washington to Michigan to New Jersey. The minuscule odds of winning didn’t stop Angelenos from scooping up tickets. “Every other customer buys a ticket,” said Randy Singh, a cashier at a Woodland Hills Shell gas station. He said demand for Mega Millions tickets took a toll on the gas station’s equipment. “The ticket machine is getting slower, from all the demand,” he said. “It has been working a lot recently.” By now, some lucky person may be kicking off Labor Day weekend in a new income bracket – that is, if if there was a winning ticket in the multistate $330 million Mega Millions drawing. Mega Millions fever hit Southern California on Friday, as optimistic gamers bought up tickets for last night’s drawing. The jackpot is the second-largest prize since California joined the Mega Millions game in 2005. Cathy Doyle Johnston, a spokeswoman for the California Lottery, said Friday’s drawing is eclipsed only by the $390 million prize given away last March. The potential of a mammoth payday has spiked sales of lottery tickets, Doyle said. She said buyers shouldn’t have gotten their hopes up though.
Remi Garde will watch Aston Villa take on Tottenham on Monday night ahead of his expected appointment.The Frenchman, 49. is poised to take over from Tim Sherwood, who was sacked last week.Caretaker boss Kevin MacDonald will still take the side for their game against Spurs, with Garde’s first match in charge set to be Sunday’s visit of leaders Manchester City.Garde left Lyon in 2014 after three years for personal reasons and held talks with Newcastle earlier this year.He won the title as a player with Arsenal in 1998 and Gunners boss Arsene Wenger confirmed last week Villa’s chief executive Tom Fox – who previously worked at Arsenal – had been in touch to sound him out about his former player.The ex-France international will become Villa’s fifth manager in five years as they battle relegation again. 1 Remi Garde
1 West Ham have confirmed defender Joey O’Brien will leave the club after five years when his contract expires at the end of June.The Irons issued their retained list on Tuesday afternoon, which also showed Cameroon midfielder Alex Song would return to his parent club Barcelona following the end of his season-long loan spell while winger Victor Moses goes back to Chelsea and Nigeria forward Emmanuel Emenike to Fenerbahce.O’Brien, 30, joined West Ham on a free transfer from Bolton in June 2011, helping the east London club win promotion back to the Premier League via the 2012 Championship play-off final at Wembley.However, last season the Republic of Ireland full-back made just seven first-team appearances, five of those coming in the Europa League qualifiers and two in the FA Cup, taking his total tally to 105 with three goals.West Ham also revealed 21-year-old striker Elliot Lee, who had a loan spell at Colchester last season, was one of several youngsters not to be offered new terms and set to leave the club as manager Slaven Bilic prepares his squad for life at the Olympic Stadium.The Irons have already brought in Norway international Havard Nordtveit earlier in the summer, but have seen reported interest in Carlos Bacca, Alexandre Lacazette and Callum Wilson fail to materialise.Co-chairman David Sullivan, however, confirmed earlier this week five bids are in for new players as the club aims for signings with ”good value” in a ”potty” market, having been apparently priced out of any interest in Leicester striker Jamie Vardy.Out-of-contract Nice winger Jeremy Pied is said to be one reported target along with Lacazette’s Lyon strike partner Nabil Fekir. Joey O’Brien played just seven games for West Ham this season
Off air – O’LearyBREAKING NEWS: A bid by Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary to win the radio license to broadcast to north Donegal has been axed…It was, of course, an April Fool.Some of you realised that. We think the gold miner from Carndonagh was the giveaway? Or the heavy metal loving granny from Ardara?https://www.donegaldaily.com/2014/04/01/shock-last-minute-bid-for-donegal-radio-license-from-ryanair-boss/ BREAKING NEWS: MICHAEL O’LEARY’S DONEGAL RADIO STATION BID AXED was last modified: April 1st, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:April FoolDLFMHighland Radiomichael o’leary
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – The dice stopped rolling, dealers quit shuffling and slot machines fell silent Wednesday as New Jersey’s casinos closed for the first time, the latest victims of a five-day state government shutdown that showed no signs of ending soon. In the first mass closure in the 28-year history of Atlantic City’s legalized gambling trade, all 12 casinos went dark. With no state budget, New Jersey cannot pay its state employees, including casino inspectors who keep tabs on the money. “I never thought this would happen,” said 77-year-old Ruth Dodies of Philadelphia as she stood outside a closed entrance to Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino. “It doesn’t make sense. It really doesn’t.” The shutdown could cost the 12 casinos more than $16 million that they would normally collect from gamblers each day, not to mention the $1.3 million in taxes taken in by the state. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2The shutdown left boardwalk casinos eerily quiet. The casino-hotel’s lobbies were conspicuously empty, too, as buses picked up gamblers to return them home but did not drop off new ones. “There’s no business coming in. It’s all going out,” said Joseph Lowry, a cocktail server at Tropicana Casino and Resort. The calm was in stark contrast to the usual scene in this vibrant, open-all-night city, which was rescued from oblivion in the 1970s when city fathers turned to casino gambling in a last-ditch effort to revive the place once known as “the Queen of Resorts.” Since the first casino opened May 26, 1978, the gambling business here has blossomed into a $5 billion-a-year juggernaut, with a dozen casinos employing 46,000 people. In the process, gambling breathed new life into Atlantic City, providing jobs and fueling the growth of hundreds of small businesses, from florists to limousine services to linen-supply companies. “As a dealer, you rely on tips. So it’s money out of our pockets,” said Lloyd Hopkins, 41, a dealer at Caesars Atlantic City Hotel Casino. While gambling ceased, the buildings – which also have restaurants, showrooms, stores and meeting space – stayed open. But many gamblers headed for the exits rather than stay around. The problem started when the Legislature became locked in a battle with Democratic Gov. Jon S. Corzine over his proposed sales tax increase. Lawmakers missed a July 1 deadline to pass a budget. Without a spending plan, Corzine ordered state offices shut down Saturday and all nonessential state government operations closed.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
A woman who learned six weeks before her wedding that her fiance was cheating on her is turning her would-be reception into a charity benefit. “I’m really just trying to turn it around and make something positive out of it,” Kyle Paxman said. Paxman, 29, had planned to celebrate her nuptials at the Basin Harbor Club on Lake Champlain in Vermont on Saturday. When she found out about her fiance, she called off the 180-guest wedding and the four-year relationship. She and her mother canceled the band, photographer and florist, but they learned they would not be reimbursed for the reception and block of rooms they had reserved. So they turned the reception into a benefit for the Vermont Children’s Aid Society and CARE USA, a relief organization that aims to combat poverty by empowering women. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhy these photogenic dumplings are popping up in Los AngelesThey sent out invitations to 125 women for drinks and dinner. In exchange, they hope the guests will make donations to the charities. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
City, campus and state police officers and a police dog searched for a man suspected of taking items from a convenience store early Wednesday afternoon on Bloomington’s northwest side. No one was injured in the incident.The suspect is a white male, about 5-foot-5 to 5-foot-7 tall and 140 to 150 pounds. BPD officers described him as wearing a blue winter jacket with black striping along the bicep area of the sleeve.He is believed to be in his 30s with a goatee.BPD Sgt. Joe Crider says the man entered the store showing a handgun and demanding money from the store clerk.The suspect fled with a drink and cigarettes but no money.The BPD is following up with an investigation and an analysis of the video footage from the store.People with any information regarding the robbery or suspect can contact BPD Detective Rick Crussen at 812-349-3374. According to Bloomington police Sgt. Joe Crider, clerks from the 7-Eleven, at 1122 W. 11th St., reported that a man demanded money and then fled with various items from the store.
Marshfield, Stratford, Auburndale to host regional semifinals May 30By Paul LeckerSports ReporterThe brackets have been released for the 2017 WIAA spring baseball playoffs, which begin next week.Play starts with regional quarterfinals in Divisions 2, 3, and 4 on Thursday, May 25. Regional semifinals in all divisions will be Tuesday, May 30, with regional finals on Wednesday, May 31.Sectional semifinals and finals will be played on Tuesday, June 6, with the survivors advancing to the 2017 WIAA State Spring Baseball Tournament in Appleton on June 13-15.Locally, Marshfield is the No. 7 seed in the Division 1 Sectional 1 bracket and will host No. 10 New Richmond in a regional semifinal May 30. The winner advances to a regional final at No. 2 Chippewa Falls. The sectional is June 6 at Bukolt Park in Stevens Point.In Division 3, Stratford, Spencer, and Auburndale are in the same Sectional 2 regional.Stratford is the No. 1 seed and will host a regional semifinal May 30 against the winner of No. 5 Colby vs. No. 4 Spencer, which will be at Spencer High School on May 25.Auburndale is the No. 2 seed in the same bracket and also earned a first-round bye. The Apaches will host the winner of No. 6 Abbotsford at No. 3 Marathon in a regional semifinal on May 30.Marshfield Columbus Catholic is the No. 5 seed in the Division 4 Sectional 2 bracket and will play a regional quarterfinal at No. 4 Wisconsin Rapids Assumption. The winner moves on to a regional semifinal May 30 at No. 1 seed and Marawood Conference South Division champion Pittsville.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)2017 WIAA Spring Baseball PlayoffsDivision 1Sectional 1Regional semifinals, May 30No. 9 Menomonie at No. 8 HudsonNo. 12 Merrill at No. 5 River FallsNo. 11 Superior at No. 6 Wisconsin RapidsNo. 10 New Richmond at No. 7 MarshfieldRegional finals, May 31Menomonie-Hudson winner at No. 1 Eau Claire NorthRiver Falls-Merrill winner at No. 4 Stevens PointSuperior-Wisconsin Rapids winner at No. 3 Eau Claire MemorialMarshfield-New Richmond winner at No. 2 Chippewa FallsSectional 2Regional semifinals, May 30No. 9 Ashwaubenon at No. 8 Green Bay Notre DameNo. 12 Wausau East at No. 5 D.C. EverestNo. 11 Green Bay Southwest at No. 6 RhinelanderNo. 10 Pulaski at No. 7 Bay PortRegional finals, May 31Ashwaubenon-Notre Dame winner at No. 1 Green Bay PrebleD.C. Everest-Wausau East winner at No. 4 Green Bay East/WestGreen Bay Southwest-Rhinelander winner at No. 3 De PereBay Port-Pulaski winner at No. 2 Wausau WestSectional 3Regional semifinals, May 30No. 9 Holmen at No. 8 PortageNo. 12 Sparta at No. 5 OnalaskaNo. 11 Sauk Prairie at No. 6 MiddletonNo. 10 La Crosse Logan at No. 7 ReedsburgRegional finals, May 31Holmen-Portage winner at No. 1 La Crosse CentralOnalaska-Sparta winner at No. 4 WaunakeeMiddleton-Sauk Prairie winner at No. 3 BarabooReedsburg-Logan winner at No. 2 TomahSectional 4Regional semifinals, May 30No. 9 Appleton West at No. 8 MenashaNo. 12 Kaukauna at No. 5 West De PereNo. 11 Appleton North at No. 6 Appleton EastNo. 10 Manitowoc at No. 7 NeenahRegional finals, May 31Appleton West-Menasha winner at No. 1 KimberlyWest De Pere-Kaukauna winner at No. 4 Oshkosh WestAppleton North-Appleton East winner at No. 3 Oshkosh NorthNeenah-Manitowoc winner at No. 2 HortonvilleSectional 5Regional semifinals, May 30No. 9 Janesville Parker at No. 8 Fort AtkinsonNo. 12 Madison La Follette at No. 5 OregonNo. 11 Stoughton at No. 6 Madison MemorialNo. 10 Milton at No. 7 ElkhornRegional finals, May 31Janesville Parker-Fort Atkinson winner at No. 1 Janesville CraigOregon-La Follette winner at No. 4 Beloit MemorialStoughton-Madison Memorial winner at No. 3 VeronaElkhorn-Milton winner at No. 2 Madison WestSectional 6Regional semifinals, May 30No. 9 Hartford at No. 8 DeForestNo. 12 Sheboygan South at No. 5 WatertownNo. 11 Slinger at No. 6 Sheboygan NorthNo. 10 Madison East at No. 7 Monona GroveRegional finals, May 31Hartford-DeForest winner at No. 1 Sun PrairieWatertown-Sheboygan South winner at No. 4 Fond du LacSheboygan North-Slinger winner at No. 3 Beaver DamMonona Grove-Madison East winner at No. 2 OconomowocSectional 7Regional semifinals, May 30No. 9 Milwaukee Pulaski/Arts/Carmen South/Juneau at No. 8 Milwaukee BradleyNo. 12 Milwaukee Washington/Collegiate Academy at No. 5 Milwaukee Hamilton/AudubonNo. 11 Milwaukee Vincent at No. 6 Milwaukee Madison/Carmen Northwest/Morse/Marshall/Languages/University AcademyNo. 10 Milwaukee Bay View/Lifelong Learning at No. 7 Milwaukee SouthRegional finals, May 31Milwaukee Pulaski-Milwaukee Bradley winner at No. 1 Hartland ArrowheadMilwaukee Hamilton-Milwaukee Washington winner at No. 4 Milwaukee KingMilwaukee Vincent-Milwaukee Madison winner at No. 3 Milwaukee ReaganMilwaukee South-Milwaukee Bay View winner at No. 2 Milwaukee Riverside/Golda MeirSectional 8Regional semifinals, May 30No. 9 Racine Horlick at No. 8 Union GroveNo. 12 Racine Case at No. 5 Kenosha Indian TrailNo. 11 Racine Park at No. 6 Kenosha Bradford/ReutherNo. 10 Lake Geneva at No. 7 Westosha CentralRegional finals, May 31Horlick-Union Grove winner at No. 1 BurlingtonIndian Trail-Racine Case winner at No. 4 WilmotRacine Park-Kenosha Bradford/Reuther winner at No. 3 WaterfordWestosha Central-Badger winner at No. 2 Kenosha TremperDivision 2Sectional 1Regional quarterfinals, May 25No. 5 Spooner at No. 4 Rice LakeNo. 6 Barron at No. 3 NorthwesternNo. 5 St. Croix Central at No. 4 OsceolaNo. 6 Amery at No. 3 Baldwin-WoodvilleNo. 7 Somerset at No. 2 PrescottNo. 5 Arcadia at No. 4 AltoonaNo. 6 Bloomer at No. 3 Black River FallsNo. 5 Nekoosa at No. 4 Wisconsin DellsNo. 6 Wautoma at No. 3 Adams-FriendshipRegional semifinals, May 30Spooner-Rice Lake winner at No. 1 AshlandNorthwestern-Barron winner at No. 2 HaywardSt. Croix Central-Osceola winner at No. 1 EllsworthBaldwin-Woodville-Amery winner vs. Somerset-Prescott winnerAltoona-Arcadia winner at No. 1 West SalemBlack River Falls-Bloomer winner at No. 2 Gale-Ettrick-TrempealeauNekoosa-Wisconsin Dells winner at No. 1 MaustonAdams-Friendship-Wautoma winner at No. 2 WestfieldSectional 3Regional quarterfinals, May 25No. 5 Richland Center at No. 4 WestbyNo. 6 Dodgeville at No. 3 ViroquaNo. 5 Lodi at No. 4 EvansvilleNo. 6 McFarland at No. 3 River ValleyNo. 5 Clinton at No. 4 MonroeNo. 6 Big Foot at No. 3 EdgertonNo. 5 Delavan-Darien at No. 4 Glendale Martin LutherNo. 6 East Troy at No. 3 WhitewaterRegional semifinals, May 30Richland Center-Westby winner at No. 1 Prairie du ChienViroqua-Dodgeville winner at No. 2 PlattevilleLodi-Evansville winner at No. 1 Mount HorebRiver Valley-McFarland winner at No. 2 Madison EdgewoodMonroe-Clinton winner at No. 1 Beloit TurnerEdgerton-Big Foot winner at No. 2 Brodhead/JudaDelavan-Darien-Martin Luther winner at No. 1 Waukesha Catholic MemorialWhitewater-East Troy winner at No. 2 Racine Lutheran/Prairie SchoolSectional 2Regional quarterfinals, May 25No. 5 Tomahawk at No. 4 MedfordNo. 6 Northland Pines at No. 3 LakelandNo. 5 Oconto Falls at No. 4 ClintonvilleNo. 6 Shawano at No. 3 PeshtigoNo. 5 Appleton Xavier at No. 4 FreedomNo. 6 New London at No. 3 Little ChuteNo. 7 Wrightstown at No. 2 WaupacaNo. 5 Two Rivers at No. 4 DenmarkNo. 6 Chilton at No. 3 ValdersRegional semifinals, May 30Tomahawk-Medford winner at No. 1 AntigoLakeland-Northland Pines winner at No. 2 MosineeClintonville-Oconto Falls winner at No. 1 SeymourPeshtigo-Shawano winner at No. 2 MarinetteXavier-Freedom winner at No. 1 Fox Valley LutheranLittle Chute-New London winner vs. Waupaca-Wrightstown winnerTwo Rivers-Denmark winner at No. 1 Luxemburg-CascoValders-Chilton winner at No. 2 Sturgeon BaySectional 4Regional quarterfinals, May 25No. 5 Berlin at No. 4 OmroNo. 6 North Fond du Lac at No. 3 WinneconneNo. 5 Lakeside Lutheran at No. 4 Lake MillsNo. 6 St. John’s Northwest Military Academy/University Lake School at No. 3 Watertown Luther PrepNo. 5 Lomira at No. 4 University School of MilwaukeeNo. 6 Hustisford/Dodgeland at No. 3 MayvilleNo. 5 Milwaukee Messmer at No. 4 Milwaukee St. Thomas MoreNo. 6 Milwaukee St. Anthony at No. 3 Milwaukee LutheranRegional semifinals, May 30Omro-Berlin winner at No. 1 WaupunWinneconne-North Fond du Lac winner at No. 2 RiponLake Mills-Lakeside Lutheran winner at No. 1 ColumbusWatertown Luther Prep-St. John’s/University Lake winner at No. 2 JeffersonUniversity School-Lomira winner at No. 1 CampbellsportMayville-Hustisford/Dodgeland winner at No. 2 Kettle Moraine LutheranMessmer-St. Thomas More winner at No. 1 Wisconsin LutheranMilwaukee Lutheran-St. Anthony winner at No. 2 St. FrancisDivision 3Sectional 1Regional quarterfinals, May 25No. 5 St. Croix Falls at No. 4 GrantsburgNo. 6 Luck/Frederic at No. 3 Clayton/Turtle LakeNo. 5 Washburn at No. 4 Cornell/Lake HolcombeNo. 6 Chetek-Weyerhaeuser at No. 3 LadysmithNo. 7 Cameron at No. 2 ChequamegonNo. 5 Colfax at No. 4 BoycevilleNo. 6 Glenwood City at No. 3 Spring ValleyNo. 5 Fall Creek at No. 4 MondoviNo. 6 Cadott at No. 3 Osseo-FairchildRegional semifinals, May 30St. Croix Falls-Grantsburg winner at No. 1 UnityClayton/Turtle Lake-Luck/Frederic winner at No. 2 CumberlandWashburn-Cornell/Lake Holcombe winner at No. 1 PhillipsLadysmith-Chetek-Weyerhaeuser winner vs. Chequamegon-Cameron winnerColfax-Boyceville winner at No. 1 Eau Claire RegisSpring Valley-Glenwood City winner at No. 2 Elk MoundMondovi-Fall Creek winner at No. 1 DurandOsseo-Fairchild-Cadott winner at No. 2 Stanley-BoydSectional 3Regional quarterfinals, May 25No. 6 Onalaska Luther at No. 4 Melrose-MindoroNo. 6 Whitehall at No. 3 NeillsvilleNo. 5 Necedah at No. 4 Iowa-GrantNo. 6 Boscobel at No. 3 BrookwoodNo. 5 New Glarus at No. 4 ParkviewNo. 6 Cuba City at No. 3 Mineral PointNo. 5 Marshall at No. 4 BellevilleNo. 6 Deerfield at No. 3 WaterlooNo. 7 Cambridge at No. 2 PoynetteRegional semifinals, May 30Onalaska Luther-Melrose-Mindoro winner at No. 1 La Crosse AquinasNeillsville-Whitehall winner at No. 2 Cochrane-Fountain CityNecedah-Iowa-Grant winner at No. 1 FennimoreBrookwood-Boscobel winner at No. 2 LancasterParkview-New Glarus winner at No. 1 DarlingtonMineral Point-Cuba City winner at No. 2 Shullsburg/BentonBelleville-Marshall winner at No. 1 Wisconsin HeightsWaterloo-Deerfield winner vs. Poynette-Cambridge winnerSectional 2Regional quarterfinals, May 25No. 5 Colby at No. 4 SpencerNo. 6 Abbotsford at No. 3 MarathonNo. 5 Amherst at No. 4 Iola-ScandinaviaNo. 6 Manawa at No. 3 Weyauwega-FremontNo. 5 Crandon at No. 4 Laona/WabenoNo. 6 Gillett/Suring at No. 3 CrivitzNo. 5 Shiocton at No. 4 BonduelNo. 6 Menominee Indian at No. 3 ReedsvilleRegional semifinals, May 30Colby-Spencer winner at No. 1 StratfordMarathon-Abbotsford winner at No. 2 AuburndaleAmherst-Iola-Scandinavia winner at No. 1 Wittenberg-BirnamwoodWeyauwega-Fremont-Manawa winner at No. 2 Stevens Point PacelliCrandon-Laona/Wabeno winner at No. 1 ColemanCrivitz-Gillett/Suring winner at No. 2 OcontoShiocton-Bonduel winner at No. 1 Neenah St. Mary CatholicReedsville-Menominee Indian winner at No. 2 BrillionSectional 4Regional quarterfinals, May 25No. 5 Algoma at No. 4 KewauneeNo. 6 Mishicot at No. 3 ManitowocNo. 7 Manitowoc Roncalli at No. 2 Southern DoorNo. 5 Montello at No. 4 Green Lake/PrincetonNo. 6 Pardeeville at No. 3 LaconiaNo. 5 Horicon at No. 4 Fond du Lac St. Mary’s SpringsNo. 6 Whitefish Bay Dominican at No. 3 Brookfield AcademyNo. 5 Racine St. Catherine’s at No. 4 Kenosha Christian LifeNo. 6 Milwaukee Heritage Christian/Trinity Academy at No. 3 Shoreland LutheranRegional semifinals, May 30Algoma-Kewaunee winner at No. 1 Gibraltar/Washington IslandManitowoc Lutheran-Mishicot winner vs. Southern Door-Roncalli winnerMontello-Green Lake/Princeton winner at No. 1 MarkesanLaconia-Pardeeville winner at No. 2 Oshkosh Lourdes/Valley ChristianHoricon-St. Mary’s Springs winner at No. 1 Winnebago LutheranBrookfield Academy-Dominican winner at No. 2 Lake Country LutheranSt. Catherine’s-Christian Life winner at No. 1 Palmyra-EagleShoreland Lutheran-Heritage/Trinity winner at No. 2 Kenosha St. JosephDivision 4Sectional 1Regional quarterfinals, May 25No. 5 Winter at No. 4 SirenNo. 5 Solon Springs at No. 4 HurleyNo. 6 Bayfield at No. 3 MellenNo. 5 Pepin/Alma at No. 4 Plum CityNo. 5 Owen-Withee at No. 4 BruceNo. 6 Flambeau at No. 3 Chippewa Falls McDonellRegional semifinals, May 30Winter-Siren winner at No. 1 WebsterNo. 3 Northwood at No. 2 Shell LakeSolon Springs-Hurley winner at No. 1 DrummondMellen-Bayfield winner at No. 2 Butternut/MercerPepin/Alma-Plum City winner at No. 1 Clear LakeNo. 3 Prairie Farm at No. 2 Eau Claire Immanuel LutheranOwen-Withee-Bruce winner at No. 1 ThorpMcDonell-Flambeau winner at No. 2 GilmanSectional 3Regional quarterfinals, May 25No. 5 Bangor at No. 4 LincolnNo. 6 Blair-Taylor at No. 3 AugustaNo. 7 Coulee Christian/Providence Academy at No. 2 Eleva-StrumNo. 5 Weston at No. 4 Wonewoc-CenterNo. 6 Hillsboro at No. 3 New LisbonNo. 5 North Crawford at No. 4 KickapooNo. 6 La Farge at No. 3 SenecaNo. 5 Cassville at No. 4 PotosiNo. 6 Wauzeka-Steuben at No. 3 RiverdaleRegional semifinals, May 30Bangor-Lincoln winner at No. 1 Independence/GilmantonAugusta-Blair-Taylor winner vs. Coulee Christian/Providence-Eleva-Strum winnerWeston-Wonewoc-Center winner at No. 1 CashtonNew Lisbon-Hillsboro winner at No. 2 RoyallNorth Crawford-Kickapoo winner at No. 1 De SotoSeneca-La Farge winner at No. 2 IthacaCassville-Potosi winner at No. 1 HighlandRiverdale-Wauzeka-Steuben winner at No. 2 River RidgeSectional 2Regional quarterfinals, May 25No. 5 Wausau Newman Catholic at No. 4 Northland Lutheran/Wisconsin Valley LutheranNo. 6 Edgar at No. 3 PrenticeNo. 5 Marshfield Columbus Catholic at No. 4 Wisconsin Rapids AssumptionNo. 6 Port Edwards at No. 3 GreenwoodNo. 7 Granton at No. 2 LoyalNo. 5 Elcho at No. 4 FlorenceNo. 6 Goodman/Pembine at No. 3 WausaukeeNo. 5 St. Thomas Aquinas/Lena at No. 4 SevastopolNo. 6 White Lake at No. 3 BowlerRegional semifinals, May 30Wausau Newman-Northland Lutheran winner at No. 1 AthensPrentice-Edgar winner at No. 2 Rib LakeColumbus Catholic-Assumption winner at No. 1 PittsvilleGreenwood-Port Edwards winner vs. Loyal-Granton winnerElcho-Florence winner at No. 1 Phelps/Three LakesWausaukee-Goodman/Pembine winner at No. 2 NiagaraSevastopol-St. Thomas Aquinas/Lena winner at No. 1 GreshamBowler-White Lake winner at No. 2 Green Bay NEW LutheranSectional 4Regional quarterfinals, May 25No. 5 Tigerton at No. 4 Tri-CountyNo. 6 Marion at No. 3 Wild RoseNo. 5 Randolph at No. 4 Hilbert/StockbridgeNo. 6 Fall River at No. 3 RioNo. 7 Cambria-Friesland at No. 2 Living Word LutheranNo. 5 Black Hawk at No. 4 SouthwesternNo. 6 Belmont at No. 3 ArgyleNo. 5 Monticello at No. 4 Faith ChristianRegional semifinals, May 30Tigerton-Tri-County winner at No. 1 Almond-BancroftWild Rose-Marion winner at No. 2 RosholtRandolph-Hilbert/Stockbridge winner at No. 1 OakfieldRio-Fall River winner vs. Living Word Lutheran-Cambria-Friesland winnerBlack Hawk-Southwestern winner at No. 1 PecatonicaArgyle-Belmont winner at No. 2 BarneveldFaith Christian-Monticello winner at No. 1 Johnson CreekNo. 3 Williams Bay at No. 2 Burlington Catholic Central