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<br></p></p>?<p>Furious songstresshas hit out at a guest who leaked her wedding invite to the press, after pictures of the comical card – asking friends to save the date for her June nuptials – appeared in the press yesterday.<p></p><p>Taking to Twitter to vent her frustration, uninvited the culprit from the cereomny, and expressed her annoyance that the save-the-date card had been revealed to the world. </p><p>‘Oh and whoever leaked my wedding invite to the press, you're a d**k and your not invited anymore, have some respect and stay at home,’ she fumed. </p><p>Oh dear. </p><p>Yesterday, and fiancé ’s June 11th wedding date was confirmed, when pictures of her save-the-date cards surfaced online. </p><p>The smile singer sent out cards to friends and family, confirming the special ceremony, and asking them to keep her chosen date free. <br></p><p></p><p>And far from being a formal affair, it seems wellies and dungarees could be in order for and Sam’s nuptials, if the comical cards are anything to go by.</p><p>A hilarious, vintage-style snap shows the happy couple arriving by tractor, dressed down in some less-than-stylish country clothes.</p><p>'Save the date for the wedding of and Sam. 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More information on what cookies are and the types of cookies we use can be found </p>?<p> continued with the publicity push for her new directorial film last night, by hitting the red carpet in a gothic black ensemble for the London premiere.<br><br>The superstar singer-turned-film director opted for an unusual look in a classic black floor-length gown by Jean Paul Gaultier, worn underneath a lace cape by Dolce & Gabbana, accessorised with Louis Vuitton heels, red leather driving gloves by Chanel and some twinkling Van Cleef & Arpels jewels.<br><br>The Material Girl completed her red carpet look with her blonde hair worn in loose tousled waves, a flick of black eyeliner and a flash of red lipstick.<br><br><br><br> was joined on the red carpet by a clutch of cast members from the Wallis Simpson movie, including British actress Andrea Riseborough who wore a burgundy dress with sheer layers by Marios Schwab, and Natalie Dormer who opted for lace little black dress by Dolce & Gabbana and leopard print heels.<br><br>Flying the flag for the boys was James D’Arcy, who plays King Edward VIII in the film, and Richard Coyle, who both looked dashing in their grey suits.<br><br>Earlier on in the day, attended a photocall for the picture at London Studios wearing a figure-hugging navy blue and black dress and another pair of Chanel driving gloves. <br><br>What’s more, to coincide with the day’s press events took to her Facebook page to announce the name of her new album, as M.D.N.A. 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Inspired by Florentine frescoes and a recent trip to India there was plenty of beading fused with those geometric prints that the duo does so well.<br><br>As usual for it was all about the tailoring this time with pops of pink and this weeks top trend surface embellishment. <br><br>Michael Van Der Ham was a kaleidoscope of colour, print and texture while David Koma showed a sports luxe collection inspired by we're guessing tennis star Maria Sharpova who was thanked in his show notes. Little bags of tennis ball sweets entitled 'sugarpova' also hinted at her influence on the young designer. <br><br>A mirrored catwalk at set the tone for a bright futuristic collection playing with textures and materials such as bright pink perspex bows and jelly belts. <br><br>Then it was off to where we spied Samantha Cameron making a quiet entrance before the Canadian designer bewitched us with another magical and oh so beautiful collection. <br><br> sent models clad in geometric mix matched dresses, fluro eye make-up and oversized Perspex and mirrored oversize earrings down the catwalk. Yet even the Queen of fluro showed some surprising monochrome looks, (one of SS13 key emerging trends) in the form of very commercial appealing looking tailored coats. <br><br>After that it was back into Team MCs Mercedes Benz LFW car to whiz us over to Kensington for . 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Just like his AW12 tailored brocade trousers that have been such a hit it is inevitable that his leather creations with heart shaped embroidery will be just as popular for spring.<br><br>The final show of the day was JW Anderson - the name that has been on everyone's lips this week since his standout collaboration with Topshop. Playing with proportions it was quite a different Feel for the Irish designer with dropped pleated waists and jacquard cuts. Whereas Minute flower prints on tapered trousers, loose dresses and shell tops felt more like his signature appeal. <br><br>Then it was off to the Kenzo Paris party at Liberty where we danced to Blood Orange before jumping over to the Topshop JW Anderson party where we danced long into the night to Jesse Ware. <br><br><br></p>?<p> fashionistais said to be in the running to play the lead in Hollywood’s anticipated adaptation of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, and is rumoured to have chopped her locks off for the part. <p></p><p>Just last week the Burberry beauty lopped off her long hair in favour of a short pixie crop, posting pictures on facebook, and revealing it was a ‘liberating experience’. </p><p>But now it seems may have had an ulterior movie for going from long to short. </p><p>The star has reportedly been screen tested for the biggest vacant role in Hollywood – the lead in Steig Larsson’s The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. </p><p>' has auditioned with director David Fincher and cut her hair to look the part,' one insider told the Sun.<br></p><p>‘The character of Lisbeth is a misfit goth-type girl with spikey hair.’</p><p></p><p>But it seems Emma may have a fight on her hands if she wants to secure the coveted role. , , Natalie Portman and are rumoured to have their eyes on the part. <br></p><p></p><p>Would you like to see take the lead in The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo? 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<p>Even if Hollywood fails to bring lawmakers on board to pass the latest anti-piracy measures, it's likely we'll see alternative attempts by copyright holders to attain injunctive relief against search engines, social media sites, advertising networks, and domain registrars. If the MPAA is successful in its lawsuit against Hotfile, for instance, the next step might be wiping off the company from the face of digital Earth. The MPAA is already collecting data on its many affiliates. The future of copyright cases looks to be a dragnet.</p>
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<p>Saldana was one of the first celebs to wear Prabal when he launched his namesake collection in 2009, and she's been wearing it well ever since. We wouldn't be surprised if she turned up at his New York show -- though she might be out promoting The Words, in which she co-stars with Bradley Cooper -- who gossip has it is also her boyfriend.</p>?<p>Model/actress Milla Jovovich is the October cover girl for Flare, the Canadian fashion glossy, promoting her new film, Resident Evil: Retribution, out Sept 14.</p>our editor recommendsMilla Jovovich, Diane Kruger, Clemence Poesy Vie for Best Dressed at Chanel Show (POLL)Cannes 2012: 'On the Road' Stars Kristen Stewart, Kirsten Dunst vs. Milla Jovovich in a Red Carpet Showdown (Poll)Angelina Jolie vs. Milla Jovovich: Whose Oscar Lips Were Hotter? (Poll)
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<p>She also chats about her special bond with close friend and designer Prabal, who will be showing his spring 2013 collection on Sept. 8 in New York.</p>
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<p>"Robert Carlyle and the whole cast of Once Upon a Time were great tonight, I really enjoyed the pilot and will definitely tune in next week!" she tweeted.</p>
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<p>Jenifer Thigpen<br> Just watched the new ABC show "Once Upon A Time" from the creators of LOST, my favorite show of all time. I love it already!</p>
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<p>Twitter: @eriqgardner</p>?<p>Here's a nice Christmas present for Robertson Boulevard: not only did the new Michael Kors boutique open its doors last week, but during the first week of December, Rebecca Taylor will open at 107 S. Robertson. Yes, there will be a fun store opening, and now we can find all her sweet femme pieces, very well priced, in one place -- as they always sell out at Neiman Marcus pretty fast.</p>our editor recommendsRebecca Taylor to Open Store on Robertson Blvd. - The Stores Who Carry Her Not Happy
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<p>Kanye West isn’t the only rapper making his mark on the fashion world. Brooklyn-bred Theophilus London is extending his foray into footwear with a Del Toro collaboration. This isn’t London’s first time designing; he worked with Cole Haan last year for a shoe collection, but this year’s project will feature just one pair: Del Toro’s signature velvet slipper topped with a rose design by London.  </p>?Mark Webber <p>Mark Webber and Chloe Sevigny are attached to star in director Adam Bhala Lough’s indie drama Panarea. Jim Jarmusch is executive producing.</p>our editor recommendsThe End of Love: Sundance Film Review
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<p>Aberdeen</p><p>Head coach: Stacey Liles (third year)</p><p>Outlook: A preview report from Coach Liles was not received by press time. The Eagles, led by junior center Brionna Jones, has a solid supporting cast, making the Eagles a real threat in the league and at the state level.</p> <p>Bel Air</p> <br> <p>Head coach: Calvin Skelton (eighth year)</p><p>Top returning players: Caela Tindilia, Sr., (G); Kim Harrell, Sr., (F); Jasmine Mutunga, Sr., (G); Connor Hanley, Jr., (F); Brooke Lorber, Jr., (G)</p><p>Key newcomers: Kate Chizmar, Jr., (C); Jamie Bittner, So., (G); Rianna Brooks, So., (C)</p><p>Outlook: "Expect the Lady Bobcats to play hard-nosed defense, led by our seniors and experienced junior class," coach Skelton said.</p><p>C. Milton Wright</p><p>Head coach: Marvin Evans (first year)</p><p>Top returning players: Jessica Canami, Sr., (PG); Abby Smucker, Jr., (SG); Heather Mckee, Jr., (C)</p><p>Key newcomers: Bridget Neff, Jr., (PF); Megan Aro, So., (SG)</p><p>Outlook: "This year as a team we are looking to play an aggressive style defense, while still being able to maintain patience and discipline on the offense end," first year coach Evans said. "The girls are working hard everyday in practice to get better and I am confident that they will see the results of their hard work throughout the season."</p><p>Edgewood</p><p>Head coach: Amber Croshaw (fourth year)</p><p>Top returning players: Erica Johnson, Sr., (G); Alicia Grant, Sr., (G); Shanai Beadles, So., (G)</p><p>Key newcomers: Jada Hatcher, So., (SF); Shania Stamper, So., (G); Tatiyana Stamper, Fr., (G); Breanna Hanna, Fr., (F/C); Shanai Beadles, So., (G)</p><p>Outlook: Coach Croshaw says the Rams have a lot of changes this season. Few returners and a whole bunch of young talented underclassmen highlight the Edgewood roster. "We plan to be a strong competitor in our division this season, especially as the new players continue to develop their skills," said Croshaw.</p><p>Fallston</p><p>Head coach: Michael McTeague (fourth year)</p>?<p>Aberdeen</p><p>Head coach: Keith Bustin (first year)</p><p>2011 record: NA</p> <p>Top returning players: Brionna Jones, Sr., (Hitter); Jimmia McCluskey, Sr., (Hitter)</p> <br> <p>Key newcomers: Tatiana Gomez, Sr., (Setter)</p><p>Outlook: NA</p><p>Bel Air</p><p>Head coach: Tim Markland (fifth year)</p><p>2011 record: 12-6</p><p>Top returning players: Amanda Rodriguez, Jr., (Setter); Tia Williams, Sr., (Hitter); Jackie DeLuise, Sr., (Hitter); Celeste Roland, Sr.,(Hitter); Kendall Daley, Sr., (Libero); Kaila Gonzalez, Sr., (Hitter)</p><p>Key newcomers: Rien Hachmann, Jr., (Defensive specialist); Sarah Sherba, Jr., (Hitter); Lexi Malinowski, Jr., (Defensive specialist); Savannah Martel, Jr., (Defensive specialist)</p><p>Outlook: "This year we return eight seniors to our team with great experience and skill. Adding to this is a strong group of junior talent," coach Markland said. "The girls have prepared themselves physically for this season and realize the opportunities we have to do very well. Our team's success will be defined by how hard we train and prepare in practice as well as staying focused on keeping the team first mentality."</p><p>C. Milton Wright</p><p>Head coach: David Marzola (third year)</p><p>2011 record: 16-3</p><p>Top returners: Tori Smith, Jr., (Outside Hitter); Alyssa Horton, Sr., (Setter); Jenna Buettner, Sr., (Defensive specialist)</p><p>Key newcomers: Haleigh Plummer, Jr., (Middle Hitter)</p><p>Outlook: This year's C. Milton Wright team is focused and looking forward to moving back into the Chesapeake Division after a great run last year. The Mustangs have six returning players including All-County outside hitter Smith. These six players along with four players up from Junior Varsity and one newcomer will make for a good season. Coach Marzola realizes he lost a lot of height from last year's team, however, the athletic potential of this team will make the season exciting.</p><p>Edgewood</p><p>Head coach: Beth Brown (second year)</p>?<p> In a girls basketball matchup between two early season conference unbeatens, host Aberdeen knocked off North Harford 90-57 in UCBAC Chesapeake action Thursday night.</p><p>On Monday, the Eagles took a break from the league schedule to post a 107-7 victory over visiting Patapsco. No further details were made available.</p> <p>In Thursday's game, the Eagles constant pressure led to numerous early Hawks turnovers, propelling Aberdeen to a 24-5 first quarter lead.</p> <br> <p>Both teams hit their scoring strides in quarter number two, but a seven-point advantage allowed the Eagles to double the score at the half, 52-26.</p><p>Aberdeen posted 21 points in third quarter, before emptying the bench in the final quarter en route to the 33-point win.</p><p>Nia Alleyne led four Eagles (3-0 league, 9-0 overall) in double figures in a balanced scoring attack. Alleyne pumped in a game-high 23 points, while Bri Jones finished with 20. Jimmia McCluskey scored 15, and Lakeia Hayden added 12, on four three-point baskets.</p><p>TK Fowlkes chipped in eight points, and freshman Kierra Palmer netted seven points, while dishing out eight nice assists. Jones completed a double-double with 13 rebounds.</p><p>North Harford (1-1, 7-3) also had three players reach double figures, led by Kristen Eyler, who came off the bench to score 17 points. Morgan Knox and Sarah Heaps each scored 14 points, and Madison Ferrara scored six.</p><p>Head scores 1,000th in Mariners win</p><p>Joppatowne senior Shakara Head pumped in 32 points Thursday, including the 1,000th of her career, to lead the Mariners (3-0, 10-1) past host Bel Air, 72-52, in Chesapeake Division play.</p><p>The Mariners led 34-28 at the half.</p><p>LaKiah Huff added 16 points, five assists and five rebounds, while TroiQuay Malloy had eight points and seven assists. Felicia Okoye finished with eight points.</p><p>The loss was the 10th straight for the Bobcats (0-3, 1-10).</p><p>Bel Air's Jasmine Mutunga scored 17 points in the loss and Caela Tindilia netted 11.</p><p>Mariners beat Mustangs</p><p>Joppatowne also won Monday in a make-up game, beating visiting C. Milton Wright, 76-46.</p><p>Huff poured in 29 points, while grabbing seven rebounds and dishing out three assists. Head added 11 points and four boards, while Cierra Tourville also had 11 points and Te'jha Patton Hill added 10 points.</p><p>Abby Smucker scored 11 points to lead the Mustangs.</p><p>Cougars beat Golden Elks</p><p>Fallston picked up another Chesapeake Division win Thursday, beating visiting Elkton, 48-37.</p>?<p>The Bel Air Women's Summer Lacrosse League had a light night of action Thursday, as only one game was played because of a rare forfeit.</p><p>In the contested game, Gray Goose (6-0-1) remained unbeaten, beating Ba-Zing-Gas (2-3-1), 9-3. Sarah Morris and Chelsea Braungart led the winners with three goals each and Marisa Braungart, Kati Vu and Brittney Gonzalez had single goals. Kim Eraso, Kelly Kemper and Lacey Underhill added assists in the win.</p><p>Maddi Cypher, Anna Pollitt and Nicole Terry accounted for the Ba-Zing-Gas scoring and Brooke Prater had an assist.</p> <p>Brittany MacKnew made 10 saves for the winners and Kaitlyn Neumeister had seven saves for the Ba-Zing-Ga's.</p> <br> <p>Bubbalicious (2-4-1) earned the forfeit win over Rip Sesh (1-4).</p><p>In previous unreported action from June 19, Red Hots beat Bumblebees, 11-9, in junior division play to leave both teams at 2-2.</p><p>McKenzi Cox, Natalie Muneses, Taylor Walker and Mallory Boyd led the Red Hots scoring with two goals each. Chloe Dietrich of the Bumblebees led all scorers with four goals and teammate Holly Edwards had two goals.</p><p>In senior play, Gray Goose topped Bubbalicious, 11-7. Vu scored five goals to lead Gray and Kathleen Rossetti of Bubbalicious matched her with five goals, too.</p><p>MacKnew had 12 saves for Gray and Neumeister had eight for Bubbalicious.</p><p>In other senior play, Ba-Zing-Gas edged Rip Sesh, 9-8. Pollitt and Sara Chesla scored three goals each to lead the winners and Kathleen Tress had three goals to lead Rip Sesh.</p><p>MacKnew had eight saves for Ba-Zing-Ga's and Heather Dove had five saves for Rip Sesh.</p>?A 14-year-old sailing student who died during lessons in the Severn River was remembered Friday as a much-loved teenager who enjoyed sailing with her family and playing soccer on a high school team.<br><br>Investigators said Olivia Constants was trapped underwater for several minutes after her boat capsized around 3:15 p.m. Thursday. Based on a preliminary investigation, they believe a harness she was wearing "got entangled in the rigging of the sailboat," said state Department of Natural Resources Police spokesman Sgt. Art Windemuth. The accident, which took place near the , remains under investigation.<br><br> "She always said she didn't like it at all, but she did — she would talk about being on the water and seeing the sun on the water," said Grace Carey, who, like Constants, just completed her freshman year at Broadneck High School, outside Annapolis.<br><br> <br> Constants tweeted hours before the accident that she didn't want to go sailing. But Carey said she often spoke happily of sailing with her family. "She was always like, 'I love it, it's always so beautiful.'"<br><br>She and other friends from Broadneck High described Constants as a teenager with a ready smile whose inviting manner made it easy to warm up to her.<br><br>Constants was taking lessons with the Severn Sailing Association Junior Sailing Program based in the Eastport section of Annapolis. The club was established in 1954.<br><br>The sailing program was closed Friday, but lessons will resume Monday, said Hal Whitacre, the SSA's commodore.<br><br>He was visibly shaken as he spoke about Constants' family. "Words fail me to say how sad I am and how much I feel for them — that's all I have to say," he said.<br><br>Family gathered Friday at the Constants' family home near the Annapolis Mall. An uncle, Al Constants, said that family members, extended family as well as her parents, Dorothy and Stephen, and older sister, , were devastated and could not speak Friday. Funeral arrangements were not complete.<br><br>The well-known sailing club has Olympic sailors among its ranks. Club members race against each other, although the sailing school is open to the public. The junior program has a couple hundred students this summer, Whitacre said, calling them a "tight-knit group of kids."<br><br>Windemuth said Constants, who was wearing a life jacket, and another sailing student were the only people aboard a 420 — a boat that's 4.2 meters long, or a little under 14 feet, with two sails — when the boat capsized.<br><br>Investigators are still trying to determine what caused the accident, and the boat has been seized, standard practice during the investigation of a fatal accident.<br><br>There have been three sailboat fatalities this year in the state, Windemuth said. In the 25 years that he has been with the Natural Resources Police, this is the first time to his knowledge that a harness has caused a fatal accident.<br><br>A trapeze harness, which Constants was wearing, allows a sailor to place his or her feet on the rail of the boat and hang the whole body out over the water, said Steve Voorhis, an expert sailor who is a member of Eastport Yacht Club, which neighbors Severn Sailing Association. Hanging parallel to the water creates a counterweight to wind in the sails and allows the boat to stay level, he said.<br><br>Voorhis said that although the 420 is a common training boat, it is not typical for harnesses to be used unless the student is fairly advanced. Although the release mechanism on trapeze harness hooks varies among brands and models, in certain situations the pressure on the harness clasp can make it difficult to unfasten, he said.<br><br>Over the past 10 years, quick-release mechanisms have become more common on sailing harnesses, said Steve Mazur, a customer service representative at Annapolis Performance Sailing, which sells many types of harnesses.<br><br>In his 45 years of competitive sailboat racing, Voorhis said, he has not seen anything like the accident that killed Constants. "It's a freak accident," he said. "It's probably less likely than being struck by lightning."<br><br>Constants was also a member of the high school's junior varsity soccer team, where other team members, including the older ones on the varsity team, were drawn to her upbeat attitude and easy manner.<br><br>Morgan Fowler, who graduated this spring and was a member of the varsity soccer team, was Constants' big sister in the big sister-little sister progam in soccer. They grew close.<br><br>?<p>Volleyball</p><p>Varsity</p><p>Crest 3, South Point 0 (25-15, 25-16, 25-16) -- The Lady Chargers downed their Big South Conference foes to raise their league mark to 4-2, 9-6 overall.</p> <p>Crest will host Ashbrook Tuesday.</p><p>Crest stat leaders: Dakota Keller four aces, eight kills, and five digs; Molly McConnell seven kills, five digs; Bailey Bradshaw 21 assists, two kills; Alexius Brooks three aces, five kills and six digs.</p><p>Patton 3, Shelby 0 (25-20, 25-14, 25-15) -- The Lady Lions dropped a SMAC match and now go to Chase on Monday.</p><p>Shelby stat leaders: Drew Mabry one ace, two kills, two digs; Taleyah Durham one ace, six kills, five blocks, seven digs; Jada Simms one ace, two kills, 11 digs; Natalie Mayo six kills, six digs; Kori West one ace, five kills, 3 blocks; Hannah Appling two kills, three digs.</p><p>Kings Mountain 3, Forestview 0 (25-18, 25-15, 25-8) -- The Lady Mountaineers raised their Big South mark to 5-1, 10-4 overall on the season with the win.</p><p>Kings Mountain stat leaders: Logan Smith seven kills, four aces, five digs and 14 assists; Olivia Blalock nine kills.</p><p>Junior Varsity</p><p>Crest 2, South Point 0 (28-26, 26-24) -- The Crest JV squad evened its conference record at 3-3 and are now 5-8 overall.</p><p>Crest stat leaders: Katie Harrill four aces, 15 assists; Mikaila Linnens six kills, two digs; Jennifer Allen three aces, three kills, five digs.</p><p>Forestview 2, KingsMountain 0 (25-13, 25-15)</p><p>Tennis</p><p>Burns 6, Chase 3 -- The Lady Bulldogs snagged a SMAC victory Thursday.</p><p>Singles: Kristin Dellinger (B) def. Kathleen Nicholsen 6-2, 6-2; Candace Gold (B) def. Emily Tomblin 6-0, 6-1; Laura Lineberger (B) def. Brittany Ortiz 6-1, 6-1; Audrey Gorman (Ch) def. Haley Queen 6-1, 6-1; Hailey Cline (Ch) def. Aubrey Edwards 6-1, 6-3; Brittany McCabe (B) def. Nicole Gettings 6-0, 6-0.</p><p>Doubles: Dellinger/Gold (B) def. Nicholsen/Tomblin 8-1; Ortiz/Gorman (Ch) def. Lineberger/Queen 8-1; Edwards/Allison Carter (B) def. Gettings/Bethany Walker 8-0.</p><p>Crest 9, Kings Mountain 0 -- The Lady Chargers swept their county rivals in a non-conference match. The two squads will play their official Big South Conference match on Oct. 2.</p><p>Singles: Lauren Scism (Cr) def. Maddie Lutz 6-1, 6-2; Jordyn Powell (cr) def. Katie Holland 6-2, 6-1; Chloe Parris (Cr) def. Hannah Christenbury 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (7-3); Morgan Parris (Cr) def. Kayla Penner 6-4, i6-1; Taylor Coles (Cr) def. Alyssa Greene 6-4, 6-4; Tori Harrington (Cr) def. Cheyanne Stirewalt 6-0, 6-2.</p><p>Doubles: Scism/Powell (Cr) def. Lutz/Penner 8-2; C.Parris/Harrington (Cr) def. Holland/Christenbury 8-4; No. 3 Crest won by forfeit.</p>?<p>WOMEN'S SOCCER</p><p> blanked by No. 10 Texas A&M</p><p>COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- The Auburn soccer team met the same fate as the last six teams to play No. 10 Texas A&M, getting shut out by a 2-0 count.</p> <p>The loss dropped Auburn's record to 5-6-0, 1-3-0 while Texas A&M improved to 10-1-0, 4-0-0 SEC.</p><p>Texas A&M got on the board in the 38th minute when a cluster of both Texas A&M and Auburn players were packed into the penalty box.</p><p>With the ball going towards the end line, Auburn goalkeeper Amy Howard came out of the goal but was unable to corral the loose ball, allowing Bianca Brinson to pop the ball up and over to Catalina Clavijo, who one-touched it in for her first goal of the season.</p><p>Texas A&M added an insurance goal with just 4:58 left when it converted on a free kick.</p><p>Howard finished with five saves on 15 Texas A&M shots, while Texas A&M goalkeeper Jordan Day made four saves while posting her seventh straight shutout.</p><p>Auburn returns home for a stretch of four consecutive home matches, starting Friday at 7 p.m. against .</p><p>VOLLEYBALL</p><p>Auburn wins sixth straight over </p><p>Senior Sarah Bullock recorded her 1,000th career dig, and Courtney McDonald and Chloe Rowand posted career-highs in blocks as the Auburn volleyball team defeated archrival Alabama for the sixth consecutive time, 3-1 (25-19, 23-25, 25-21, 25-18) Sunday afternoon before 1,146 fans at the Student Activities Center.</p><p>Auburn (12-2, 3-1 SEC) has surpassed its win total from the 2011 season -- the Tigers went 11-19 last season -- just two weeks into conference play.</p><p>The Tigers controlled every statistical category in the match, out-hitting Alabama (12-4, 1-3 SEC) .287 to .171, amassing 62 kills to Alabama's 47, and winning the digs battle, 69-55.</p><p>Sunday's crowd of 1,146 was the third-biggest in Auburn history and the second straight match against Alabama to top the 1,000-fan mark. The near-record crowd was witness to the Tigers' sixth straight victory over Alabama, Auburn's second-longest winning streak in the series that dates back to 1974. Auburn won 10 straight over the Tide from 1995-99.</p><p>Bullock became the fifth player in Auburn history to amass 1,000 kills and 1,000 digs in a career as she recorded 16 kills and 15 digs Sunday.</p><p>The Tigers hit the road again next weekend for two more Southeastern Conference matches. Auburn will travel to Fayetteville, Ark., to face on Friday and then go to Lexington, Ky., to play on Sunday. ___</p><p>(c)2012 the Opelika-Auburn News (Opelika, Ala.)</p><p>Visit the Opelika-Auburn News (Opelika, Ala.) at </p><p>Distributed by MCT Information Services</p>?MOVIES OPENING (Friday)<br> Conan the Barbarian<br> Fright Night<br> The Guard<br> One Day<br> Spy Kids: All the Time in the World<br> <br> NOTABLE TV<br> Monday Night Football: Preseason: NY @ Houston (special; 8 p.m. Monday; )<br> Gloria: In Her Own Words (special; 9 p.m. Monday; )<br> The Lying Game (series debut; 9 p.m. Monday; )<br> Millionaire Matchmaker (season premiere; 9 p.m. Monday; )<br> Unusual Suspects (season premiere; 9 p.m. Monday; ID)<br> All Worked Up (season finale; 10 p.m. Monday; truTV)<br> Dina’s Party (series debut; 10 p.m. Monday; )<br> Hair Battle Spectacular (season premiere; 10 p.m. Monday; )<br> Most Eligible Dallas (series debut; 10 p.m. Monday; Bravo)<br> @ (10:05 p.m. Monday; MASN, MLB.TV)<br> MasterChef (season finale; 8 p.m. Tuesday; )<br> Downsized (season premiere; 9 p.m. Tuesday; WE)<br>?From the Michael Sragow Gets Reel blog:<br><br>The dailies and newsweeklies and entertainment shows have already set off their starters' pistols, but let's get serious: in Baltimore, as in most American cities, this year October 1 marks the beginning of the fall movie season.<br><br> That's when 's sizzling-smart "The Social Network" (with and ) premieres in theaters nationwide. So does Matt Reeves' "Let Me In," the promising American variation on the haunting Swedish horror movie " ," starring (left), of as the young vampire who befriends a lonely boy.<br><br>That same day, Baltimore audiences will start to see some of the conversation-starters already in New York, like 's debut as a director, And just a week later comes Davis Guggenheim's provocative and heartbreaking attack on the American educational system, "Waiting for ," 's elating racehorse movie "Secretariat" (with and ), and (with Carey Mulligan, and Andrew Garfield), Mark Romanek's adaptation of a 2005 Kazuo Ishiguro novel that I thought was unfilmable. I treasure the book, but I can't wait to see whether Romanek rose to the challenge of filming it.<br><br>All that in two weeks in October -- a bracing relief from the summer, don't you think??<p> doesn't look like an elite cross country athlete.</p><p>He just runs like one.</p><p>The Beaver River senior, coming off a 20th-place finish in the 2011 Class D state championship race, is expected to be among the top runners when the Frontier League dual meet season gets started today for all eight teams.</p> <p>Hall, listed at 6-foot-2 and 193 pounds, has learned to use his unique size to his advantage in a sport that is traditionally dominated by smaller runners.</p><p>"The long strides always help," Hall said. "But I've learned that I can look up and see what I'm supposed to be aiming for, see the competition ahead of me. And also, when I go down hills I can get sort of an advantage because of the incline."</p><p>Hall's size has created one problem -- finding proper running shoes to fit his size-18 feet.</p><p>Hall can't wear regular running flats, which are specially-designed, lightweight footwear used by a majority of runners.</p><p>Instead, Hall runs in regular sneakers, putting him at a slight disadvantage due to the added weight.</p><p>Hall was also unable to locate a pair of running spikes to give him better traction on some of the muddier race courses. Luckily, Beaver River coach Jay Steiner came up with a plan.</p><p>"Coach helped me out with that," Hall said. "I couldn't buy spikes anywhere, because they only go up to (size) 15, because obviously, guys with size 18s aren't going to be running cross country usually. So what coach did is he took normal running shoes and he screwed spikes on the bottom."</p><p>Steiner took his first crack at the homemade spikes last season, and said that he took a different approach this year to lessen the weight.</p><p>"Last year we took a set of cleats and actually molded them to the bottom of his shoes," Steiner said. "This year we went to these different type of spikes that actually adhere to the rubber."</p><p>It was the first time Steiner had come across such an issue, saying that he's never had a runner with such large feet.</p><p>"Most of them probably average around a size 8 or 10 at the most," Steiner said.</p><p>Hall, who is also the starting center on the basketball team, said that he was talked into the sport his sophomore year by some friends, one being teammate and senior captain Nathan Cobb.</p><p>"When I got started, I just got hooked," Hall said. "It's such a chemistry-bound sport and you have to get along with your teammates and work hard with them to win. I think I really appreciated that."</p><p>Steiner said that, regardless of his size, Hall would have found success due to his mental strength. He referred to Hall as a "gamer."</p><p>"He has the mental drive, he has the determination, he has the fire, he has the game when it comes to finishing races," Steiner said. "He pushes himself to the max. I've never seen a guy that runs so hard in the last mile, last half mile, or last 200 meters. I think that's the difference between him and a lot of cross country runners."</p><p>The Beavers won the Section 3 Class D title and placed third in the state meet last season. Hall said the team's goal this year is to win a state championship.</p><p>"We're trying to work as hard as we can right now because everybody thinks we're the top team," Hall said. "But what I've learned is, nothing is given in this. We got to work hard every single day because we're not going to win by just walking in there."</p>?<p>Celebrating its 20th season, the Bel Air Women's Summer Lacrosse League opened another year of play Tuesday night in Rockfield Park, but late day storms cut the opening night three-game schedule down to two games - one each in the league's junior and senior divisions.</p><p>The night started with junior division play, which for the first game of the season, was between teams A and B. Team B jumped to an early 3-2 lead and was never threatened, pushing to and maintaining a three-goal lead the rest of the way for an 11-8 win.</p><p>McKenzie Cox led the winners with four goals, while Delaney Miller and Holly Edwards added two goals apiece. Mallory Boyd, Megan Bollinger and Anastasia Neuman also had goals for Team B.</p> <p>Alexis Susa led Team A with three goals and Olivia Zorn had two. Single goals were scored by Chloe Dietrich, Sam Foster and Corinna Zorn.</p> <br> <p>Abby McClure made eight saves in Team B's goal and Bella Ianniello recorded seven saves for Team A.</p><p>In the night's lone senior division contest, Gray Goose broke a 4-4 second half tie with Bubbalicious, scoring five unanswered goals, en route to a 9-5 win.</p><p>Marisa Braungart scored three goals to pace Gray Goose and Chelsea Braungart netted a pair. Kelly Cross, Kelly Kemper, Kati Vu and Kaitlyn Koterwas each had single goals.</p><p>Lisa Parr led Bubbalicious with two goals, while single goals were tallied by Gabby Spalt, Brooke Prater and Meghan Campbell.</p><p>Brittany MacKnew made five saves in the Gray Goose goal and Kaitlyn Neumeister registered 10 saves in goal for Bubbalicious.</p><p>The other senior division game, between Key Lime and Carribean Blue, got started but because of lightning, the game was halted with five minutes to play in the first half. Key Lime held a 3-0 lead when play was suspended.</p><p>The league plays games at Rockfield Park's Ewing Street every Tuesday and Thursday evening, under the direction of league coordinator Terry Handerhan.</p>?<p>Much like the weather, action in the Bel Air Women's Summer Lacrosse League heated up Tuesday night at Rockfield Park's Ewing Street Field. The night featured a full slate of games, highlighted by a near upset in the senior division.</p><p>As with every Tuesday, play began with the junior division, which saw Red Hots (3-2) slide past the Bumblebees (2-3), 10-8, with a come-from-behind effort. Red Hots was down by two goals with less than 10 minutes to play, but rallied to steal away the win.</p><p>Megan Bollinger and Taylor Walker scored two goals each to pace the winners, while single goals were netted by Rachel Miller, Carli Wassin, Olivia Zorn, Lisa Eller, Mallory Boyd and Sydney Shupe. Bollinger also had two assists and Wassin and Eller each had one.</p> <p>Delaney Miller and Chloe Dietrich led the Bumblebees with three goals apiece. Alex Hedley and Samantha Foster added single goals.</p> <br> <p>Abby McClure posted the win in goal for Red Hots, making 14 saves, while Caraline Cypher had nine saves for the Bumblebees.</p><p>In the night's first senior contest, Rip Sesh (1-5-1) nearly knocked Gray Goose (7-0-1) from the unbeaten ranks, before falling 7-6. Twice in the second half, Rip Sesh led the unbeatens by a goal, but Gray battled back and on Kim Eraso's goal with 1:12 to play, remained unbeaten. A last minute shot to force a tie was saved by Gray goalie Brittany MacKnew, who finished with 15 saves.</p><p>Eraso and Kati Vu led the Gray scoring with two goals each. Kelly Kemper, Lacey Underhill and Brittney Gonzalez also had goals. Kristen Townsley dished out two assists and one assist was credited to Sarah Morris and Laurin Grauer each.</p><p>Ashley Pietra and Alora Gullivan scored two goals apiece to lead Rip Sesh, while single goals were tallied by Kelley Duncan and Liz DiNunno. DiNunno also had both Rip Sesh assists.</p><p>Heather Dove (four saves) and Katy Kerns (seven saves) shared duties in the Rip Sesh goal.</p><p>In the night's final game, the Ba-Zing-Gas (3-3-1) held off team Bubbalicious (2-5-1) for a 14-10 win. Bubbalicious closed the gap to two goals late in the game, but the Ba-Zing-Gas sealed the win with a pair of unanswered goals.</p><p>Sarah Willis paced the winners with four goals, while Aloise Diedrich and Nicole Terry scored three goals each. Sarah Chesla finished with two goals and three assists, while Cortney Chen and Kaylee Litke also scored. Diedrich also an assist.</p><p>Roxanne Diedrich was in goal for the winning team, making 12 saves and Kaitlyn Neumeister tended goal for Bubbalicious with 14 saves.</p>?<p>The Bel Air Women's Summer Lacrosse League got in a full slate of games Tuesday at Rockfield Park's Ewing Street Field.</p><p>The junior division got the evening started with Team B (2-0) edging Team A (0-2) for a second straight week, 11-9.</p><p>Alexis Susa scored four goals to highlight the win and Lisa Eller netted three goals. Mallory Boyd and Sarah Yashinskie closed out the scoring with a pair of goals each. Team B goalie Abby McClure had a huge night in goal with 16 saves.</p> <p>Holly Edwards led Team A with four goals, while five players - Rileigh Cypher, Shelby Shumate, Dulaney Miller, Chloe Dietrich and Grace Walker - scored single goals.</p> <br> <p>Caraline Cypher made nine saves in goal for Team A.</p><p>In the night's first senior division game the league saw its first tie of the season when Rip Sesh (formerly Key Lime) overcame a four-goal deficit to tie Gray Goose, 9-9. Rip Sesh (1-0-1) held Gray Goose (2-0-1) scoreless the final 17:33 to force the tie.</p><p>Alora Gullivan led the Rip Sesh scoring with four goals and Katie Fonte added three. Kelley Duncan and Elizabeth DiNunno also had goals and Aloise Diedrich had two assists. Ashley Pietra also had one assist.</p><p>Kim Eraso scored three goals to lead Gray Goose, while single goals were tallied by Sarah Morris, Kristen Russo, Kaitlyn Koterwas, Lacy Underhill, Kati Vu and Sydney Tudor.</p><p>Rip Sesh played two goalies, with Heather Dove making four saves and Katy Kerns stopping six shots. Brittany MacKnew had 17 saves in the Gray Goose goal.</p><p>In the nightcap, Brooke Prater of Bubbalicious scored with two seconds left to lead her team past Blue Ba-Zing-gas, 7-6, in senior division play.</p><p>Sara Chesla, who led Bubbalicious (1-2) with four goals, was a sub from Blue, as Bubbalicious had no extra players. Prater finished with two goals and Megan Najewicz had one goal.</p><p>Gabby Antonozzi and Kaylee Litke each scored two goals to lead Blue (0-2), while Nicole Terry and Sarah Willis also had goals. Nicole Miller added one assist.</p><p>Kaitlyn Neumeister was in goal for Bubbalicious, making eight saves, while MacKnew subbed in the Blue nets, making 15 saves.</p>?<p>"Our Deal," the best song from 's still-good debut, Crazy For You, gets the Supervideo treatment. What's a Supervideo you ask? It's when commissions a video to later play on a channel that doesn't play music videos anymore. It's obviously counter-productive, but I'll leave that argument for writers who care more.</p><p>Much more importantly, the -directed video is a silly joy, with graffiti, love, tragedy, a big-time gang brawl (I'd be a Day Trotter) and random cameos that work really well ( is a true star; Donald Glover, Alia Shawkat and herself, Miranda Cosgrave also show up). In short, it's a blast, and that's a relief because a song this gorgeous deserves it.</p><p></p>?<p>Yi and Michael Becker, of Columbia, announce the birth of their daughter, Chloe Yamei Becker, on May 29, 2011, at 5:05 a.m. She weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces. Her grandparents are David and Sandra Becker, of East Sparta, Ohio; and Bailin and Ying Shen, of China.</p><p>Bridgett and Schemerth Simon, of Columbia, announce the birth of their son, Perry Alexander Simon, on May 26, 2011, at 9:09 p.m. He weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces. His sister is Josephine. His grandparents are Joe and Lisa Brady, of Silver Spring; and Wilmoth and Louella Simon, of Silver Spring.</p> <br>?<p> In a rematch of the 2011 Gulf South Conference Championship, both North Alabama and Valdosta State put on a show for Blazer fans at the VSU Soccer Complex Friday night. Unfortunately for VSU, No. 22 North Alabama was able to secure the win with a goal in the 78th minute of the match to win, 4-3. The Blazers fall to 5-1 overall and 2-1 in Gulf South Conference play while North Alabama improves to the same records.</p><p>The Blazers actually seemed in control for most of the match, scoring three go ahead goals. Rebecca Miller started the scoring with an unassisted goal in the 13th minute. Emily Cooper sent a shot off the crossbar on a free kick. Miller corralled the rebound and slipped it past the North Alabama goalkeeper.</p><p>North Alabama's Chloe Richards answered just four minutes later when Jo Chubb set her up for the finish. Chubb sent a cross over the face of the goal and Richards finished it on the left side to tie the match.</p> <p>After that, it looked to be Valdosta State's day when Abbi Edwards put in a beautiful goal from just inside the box. Edwards shook her UNA defender and fired from the outside right corner of the box past keeper Schyler Arnold to put VSU ahead, 2-1.</p><p>The Lions, proving to be resilient was able to tie the match before the half. In the 28th minute Melanie Leonida was the lucky Lion to finish with a goal after a scrum at the net on a corner kick.</p><p>Valdosta State's Hannah Mulkey was the next Blazer to put VSU ahead. Leanne Bishop put a ball to the left side of the box where Mulkey was wide open. She didn't have a great angle but fired into the keeper anyway. The new UNA keeper, Lauren Middleton, bobbled the ball into the net to give the Blazers a 3-2 advantage.</p><p>That would be the last time Valdosta State led in the match.</p><p>In the 69th minute, Richards scored again. Chubb made an excellent pass ahead to Richards who finished the one-onone against VSU goalkeeper Olivia Mills.</p><p>With the match tied, both teams ratcheted up the aggressiveness, but it only paid off for UNA. Chubb made her third assist of the match, this one to Abbey Hellem, who corralled the cross from Chubb and finished in the left side of the goal.</p><p>Despite multiple attempts and a few late opportunities on corner kicks, the Blazers could not sneak in another goal before regulation ended.</p><p>Valdosta State will look to jump back on track with a road match against Montevallo Sunday at 1 p.m. and then will continue conference play with atWest Georgia Thursday at 6 p.m. Valdosta State will return home to host Anderson at 7 p.m. Oct. 2. ___</p><p>(c)2012 The Valdosta Daily Times (Valdosta, Ga.)</p><p>Visit The Valdosta Daily Times (Valdosta, Ga.) at </p><p>Distributed by MCT Information Services</p>?<p>The Laguna Beach High girls' tennis team opened defense of its Orange Coast League title Tuesday without breaking a sweat.</p><p>The Breakers, ranked seventh in Southern Section Division 2, were awarded a forfeit victory against Saddleback, which didn't have enough players for the match. The Breakers also played a league match against Estancia on Thursday , but the score wasn't available at press time.</p><p>Last week, the Breaker played a pair of nonleague matches against Northwood and San Clemente. The Breakers lost both, falling, 12-6, to Northwood, and 15-3, to San Clemente. The Breakers' top doubles team of senior co-captains Chloe Mansour and Dominique Willette won five of six sets in the two matches.</p> <p>The Breakers have been playing without top singles player Brooke Michaels, who is out with an ankle injury. Michaels suffered her injury in a Sept. 5 match at Edison.</p><p>Laguna hosts Beckman in nonleague play at 3 p.m. Monday.</p><p>*</p><p>Cross-Country</p><p>The Laguna Beach girls' team finished in 19th place in the rated race Saturday at the Woodbridge Invitational in Irvine.</p><p>Sophomore Olivia Clark turned in a time of 18 minutes, 40 seconds, which girls' Coach Steve Lalim said is the eighth-fastest time in program history.</p><p>"As a whole, we are getting faster, we're getting stronger, and I think we competed well Saturday," said Lalim, whose team is ranked eighth in CIF Division 4. "After two races, I'm excited. We have a very good team."</p><p>The Laguna boys' team also turned what Coach Scott Wittkop said was a "great showing," at the Woodbridge Invitational. In the overall standings, the Breakers placed 15th among 109 teams and were the top CIF-SS Division 4 team.</p><p>Senior Jack Crawford was Laguna's top finisher at 15:47, with junior Veda Rebollar just behind at 15:54.</p><p>The Breakers compete Saturday at the Dana Hills Invitational.</p><p>*</p><p>Girls' Volleyball</p><p>The Breakers, the top-ranked team in CIF-SS Division 1-A, dropped a tight match Tuesday at Corona del Mar, where the host Sea Kings, ranked third in Division 1-AA, scored a 25-20, 25-22, 25-22 victory.</p><p>Alyse Ford had 23 kills and eight digs, Julia Goggin added eight kills and seven digs, and Sevana Drovak finished with 33 assists for Laguna, which fell to 3-2. The Breakers' other loss came Sept. 11 to Newport Harbor, the No. 9 team in Division 1-AA.</p><p>Laguna starts play Friday at the Dave Mohs Tournament, hosted by Edison. The Breakers are the No. 2-seed in Pool 5 and will play their matches at Newport Harbor High.</p><p>The Breakers open the tournament at 3:30 p.m. Friday against Upland.</p><p>Following the Dave Mohs Tournament, the Breakers begin defense of their Orange Coast League title Tuesday with a 4:30 p.m. home match against Saddleback.</p>?<p>Being unranked in the Stanford Invitational Division 4 girls' race Saturday did little to deter the Laguna Beach High girls' cross-country team from having a great day in Palo Alto.</p><p>Make that an outstanding day: the Breakers won the Division 4 girls' championship.</p><p>The race featured the No. 4 (Mayfield), No. 5 (Notre Dame), No. 9 (La Reina) and No. 10 (Scotts Valley) teams in the state rankings, but it was Laguna -- unranked in the state going into the meet -- who turned heads. The Breakers took the lead at the one-mile mark and ran to victory against 25 other teams.</p> <p>"It was a great effort by our girls, from our first runner to our sixth runner," Laguna Coach Steve Lalim said. "It was a great team effort, and a lot of fun. I'm really proud of the girls. Their hard work is paying off. I can't wait to see what they do in November. I know one thing -- they'll be ready."</p><p>At the Orange Coast League Cluster meet on Sept. 26, Laguna's girls also claimed first place. Placements for the Breakers: Janie Crawford (first); Livie Clark (second); Brenna Merchant (seventh); Eliza Romero (11th); Carlee Ressler (12th); Maddy Kristensen (13th); Katie Grayden (15th).</p><p>Laguna, ranked No. 2 this week in Southern Section Division 4, will compete Saturday at the Clovis Invitational. The meet will be held at Woodward Park in Fresno, site of the CIF State Cross-Country Championships in November. The varsity girls' race is at 1:25 p.m., followed by the varsity boys' race at 1:55 p.m.</p><p>*</p><p>Girls' Golf</p><p>In a league four-way Monday at Aliso Creek Golf Course (par 32), Laguna went 2-1, scoring a 259-262 win over Calvary Chapel, won by forfeit against Costa Mesa and lost to league-leader Estancia.</p><p>Laguna individual scores from Monday: Jackie McMahon (48); Mary Kate Quellmalz (52); Leslie Dwight (52); Jamie Hendrickson (53); Hailey Quigley (54); Audrey Curtis (59).</p><p>Quigley's score was key for Laguna. She shot a 54, which was three strokes below her prior low score of the season. Quigley, Laguna's No. 6 golfer, along with Hendrickson and Curtis, the Nos. 4 and 5 players for the Breakers, each has shot her best score over the past two weeks.</p><p>At the halfway point of the league season, Laguna (3-2 league) sits in second place.</p><p>Laguna has two four-way league matches next week. The Breakers face Estancia at 2:30 p.m. Monday at Mesa Linda Golf Course in Costa Mesa, and face Calvary Chapel at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at Mile Square Park in Fountain Valley.</p><p>*</p><p>Girls' Volleyball</p><p>Laguna, ranked No. 1 in Division 1-A, took Mira Costa to the wire in nonleague play Wednesday, but the host Mustangs were able to pull out a 17-25, 25-23, 17-25, 25-17, 15-12 victory.</p><p>Alyse Ford had 37 kills and eight digs, Alex Murphy six kills and 14 digs, Julia Goggin eight kills and Sevana Drovak 49 assists and eight digs for the Breakers, who fell to 8-5.</p><p>"I'm proud of the way we fought," Laguna Coach Lance Stewart said. "We played with good energy and fought hard all the way down to the final point. It was a good battle for us.</p><p>"Sevana Drovak had her best match of the year. She played some good defense, and her location was really good on her sets. I thought Alyse (Ford) was steady all match, and Alex Murphy played a real solid match in the back row."</p><p>Laguna moved to 3-0 in Orange Coast League play Tuesday by sweeping visiting Calvary Chapel, 25-21, 25-19, 25-22. Ford had 20 kills and Drovak 32 assists. It was the first league loss for the Eagles, who went to 2-1 in league and 5-10 overall.</p>?<p>Coral Shores High School junior Steven Chadwick took cross-country medalist honors in a Tuesday home meet decision over LaSalle.</p><p>Chadwick posted an 18-minute, 46-second time on the 5-kilometer (3.1 mile) course at John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park.</p><p>Other Canes scoring for the team win were Pablo Gonzalez (20:28), Jesse Wollangk (21:09), Landon Brooks (21:19) and John Mulkeen (22:40).</p> <p>The Hurricane girls finished second in a three-way meet with Immaculata-LaSalle and top squad . Scorers were Amber Erickson (27:01), Chloe Stokes (27:37), Aleya Ajiduro (27:41), Azia Keever (28:28) and Kyia Herlth (28:54).</p><p>The cross-country team competes in the Pine Crest Invitational meet Thursday at Mills Pond Park in Four Lauderdale. ___</p><p>(c)2012 the Florida Keys Keynoter (, Fla.)</p><p>Visit the Florida Keys Keynoter (Marathon, Fla.) at </p><p>Distributed by MCT Information Services</p>?<p>The Austin girls soccer team couldn't muster any scoring as it lost to Kasson-Mantorville (5-1 overall) 2-0 in Art Hass Stadium Saturday.</p><p>Freshman keeper Chloe Summerfield helped keep the Packers (2-3 overall) in the game, but the offense never got going.</p><p>"We didn't play a good and we didn't play at the level we were playing against Big Nine teams," Austin head coach Enrique-Camarena-Corzo said.</p> <p>The Packers will host Stewartville Tuesday at 7 p.m. ___</p><p>(c)2012 the Austin Daily Herald (Austin, Minn.)</p><p>Visit the Austin Daily Herald (Austin, Minn.) at </p><p>Distributed by MCT Information Services</p>?<p>Green Ridge finished in last place in a three-team tournament on Tuesday at California Country Club. The Lady Tigers' 241 trailed the host school's 193 and Osage's 201.</p><p>Hannah Ingram carded the low score for Green Ridge with a 56; Evette Vincent had a 61.</p><p>On Monday, Green Ridge lost 219-258 to St. Paul Lutheran at Tri-City Country Club in Emma. Chloe Needy and Vincent both carded 63s for the Lady Tigers and Ingram had a 65.</p> <p>The Lady Saints' Nicole Mueller and Lily Burrow were the co-medalists with 49s. ___</p><p>(c)2012 The Sedalia Democrat (Sedalia, Mo.)</p><p>Visit The Sedalia Democrat (Sedalia, Mo.) at </p><p>Distributed by MCT Information Services</p>?<p>Sacred Heart won the Class 1, District 3 girls golf tournament with a 377 on Monday at Adam's Pointe Golf Club in Blue Springs.</p><p>Cole Camp's Megan Keck won the individual title with a 77.</p><p>The Gremlins' Alex Bankovich shot an 83 to place second, Kaitlyn Sunnarborg placed fourth with a 90, Sarah Benitz shot a 101 to place ninth, Olivia Sobaski placed 12th with a 103 and Erin Holt placed 17th with a 110.</p> <p>Pembroke Hill was second with a 432 and Pleasant Hill was third with a 452. Green Ridge took sixth with a 508.</p><p>Cole Camp's Taylor Eckhoff shot a 94 to take sixth place and Sara Wagenknecht shot a 119 to take 22nd.</p><p>Hannah Ingram made the sectional cut for Green Ridge, but Lydia Needy and Chloe Needy came up short.</p><p>The Gremlins, the three Cole Camp golfers and Ingram will compete at sectionals on Monday in Nevada, Mo. ___</p><p>(c)2012 The Sedalia Democrat (Sedalia, Mo.)</p><p>Visit The Sedalia Democrat (Sedalia, Mo.) at </p><p>Distributed by MCT Information Services</p>?<p>PREP VOLLEYBALL</p><p>Chatham 3, Appomattox 0</p><p>Chloe Clarridge had nine digs and two aces, while Brooke Aaron finished with three aces, four digs and five kills in Chatham's 25-21, 25-22, 25-12 Dogwood District victory over Appomattox on Tuesday night in Chatham.</p> <p>Hannah Dewberry had six aces and four assists, and Jessica Cook added seven kills, one ace and one kill for the Cavaliers (2-3, 1-1).</p><p>Dan River 3, William Campbell 0</p><p>Hannah Shields had six kills and three blocks in Dan River's 25-14, 25-21, 25-16 Dogwood District victory over William Campbell in Naruna. Carley Ford finished with three kills and Karyl Smith added three blocks for the Wildcats (7-1, 2-0).</p><p>Westover Christian 3, Timberlake Christian 1</p><p>Morgan Hutcherson recorded 11 aces and 12 digs, while Leah Hand added 21 assists in Westover Christian's 25-12, 23-25, 25-16, 25-10 VACA Southeast District victory over Timberlake Christian in Lynchburg.</p><p>Leah Clayton had 21 kills and 14 digs, and Natalie Petrovich finished with 13 kills and 16 digs for the Bulldogs (6-3, 4-0). ___</p><p>(c)2012 the Danville Register & Bee (Danville, Va.)</p><p>Visit the Danville Register & Bee (Danville, Va.) at </p><p>Distributed by MCT Information Services</p>?<p>BUCKSPORT, Maine -- Junior Alanna Davis had been one of the Bucksport High School soccer team's top scorers the past two seasons.</p><p>Head coach Bill Tracy said she scored "seven or eight goals" each season.</p><p>But when the Bucks lost goalkeeper Amber Embleton to a season-ending injury at the outset of the season, Tracy was in a bind.</p> <p>Embleton had been the JV goalkeeper and was going to replace the departed Bailey Blair.</p><p>Tracy said that during summer soccer, they had "issues" when the goalkeepers couldn't show up, so he and his staff had to do some soul-searching in looking ahead to the fall.</p><p>"[We asked ourselves] 'Who is our best athlete? Who has the right mentality to play in goal? Who is fearless?' Alanna is a catcher on the softball team. Alanna's name was the first one we came up with," he said.</p><p>It didn't happen right away.</p><p>But after three games, it was clear that they needed to make a move, and Tracy had a talk with Davis.</p><p>"I pulled her aside after practice and I told her 'We know what kind of athlete we have in you and we know we're going to lose a lot when we pull you out of your striker position. But we really want to take some time and train you in goal,'" said Tracy.</p><p>Tracy sent her to his goalkeeper coach, Miles Bisher, and after a couple of practices, she made her first start against Orono on Sept. 11.</p><p>Orono beat Bucksport 4-1, but Davis and the 5-3-2 Bucks have allowed just four goals over their next six games, including a 1-1 double-overtime tie at Orono on Tuesday and a 6-1 win over defending state Class C champ Central of Corinth. They have surrendered just one goal in their last four games.</p><p>"I was pretty nervous going into it. I didn't know if I should do it, but I wanted to step up for the team so I took it on. It has worked out well," said Davis. "I like it a lot better than when I played in that first Orono game. I work with Miles a lot every day in practice and I've gotten better. I feel a lot more comfortable now. It's natural for me, I guess."</p><p>"Alanna has made tremendous progress," said Bucksport senior midfielder Chloe Carmichael. "She was probably a little nervous at first, but she was glad to take it and ready to help us out. She has put everything into it."</p><p>Carmichael said Davis' strengths are her courage and fearlessness.</p><p>"She's not afraid to run into someone to take the ball when she needs to," said Carmichael, who added that Davis has enabled the team to play with more confidence.</p><p>"She has helped us out tremendously," said Carmichael. "When our defense gets beat, all you can do is hope and when she comes out, you know she's going to get the ball. She jumps, she dives, she's everywhere. She's perfect [for the position]."</p><p>"I just try my best and hope to make the saves," said Davis, who is also a shooting guard on the basketball team. "I've been happy [with the way I've played] so far. There are a few goals I think I could have gone after and saved. But I'm used to playing forward and it's very hard for me going back into the goal and knowing [how to play] the position. But since I've been working with Miles, it's a lot better."</p><p>She said the most difficult aspect of the transition has been "knowing when to come out after the ball when [the opponents] are coming toward you, learning the angles and [deciding] whether to come out or stay back when they shoot high on you."</p><p>Bisher and Tracy said the move has been a rousing success.</p><p>"She's been phenomenal," said Bisher. "She is so naturally athletic. She has great instincts for the game and great hand-eye coordination. The hand-eye coordination comes from softball and it really helps when you have to make a reaction save. She moves a lot better than most goalies because she's so athletic."</p><p>He also said she works hard.</p><p>Tracy added that Davis has great hands.</p><p>"You know when she gets the ball, she's not going to bobble it," said Tracy.</p><p>Tracy does allow her to play up front if the team is leading and firmly in control of the game and she scored a pair of goals in a recent 9-0 win over Searsport.</p><p>But her primary job these days is keeping the ball out of her net.</p><p>And, so far, so good. ___</p><p>(c)2012 the Bangor Daily News (Bangor, Maine)</p><p>Visit the Bangor Daily News (Bangor, Maine) at </p><p>Distributed by MCT Information Services</p>?<p>Todd Burgan of Powell completed an eight-stroke win in the 25th annual Tennessee Mid-Amateur Championship golf tournament with a 68 Thursday at Jackson Country Club, and Hixson's Chris Schmidt tied for sixth at 217. Matt Cooper of Memphis and Danny Green of Jackson shared second place at 213. Riceville's Bob Rice tied for 17th at 217. He and Schmidt had final-round 73s.</p><p>--Freshman Emily Javadi from Chattanooga and Baylor School broke her Sewanee single-round record again Wednesday in leading the to a second-place finish at the Transylvania Fall Invitational golf tournament at the University Course in Lexington, Ky. She shot a 68 as Sewanee finished four shots behind winner Campbellsville, and previous record-holder Jenna King had a career-low 77. Javadi has set the Sewanee women's record in each tournament this fall.</p><p>Tennis</p> <p>--Chattanooga's Wes Cash and partner Mark Vines of Richmond, Va., will play for the doubles championship today at the USTA National Men's 55 Grass Court Championships at Forest Hills, N.Y. The top-seeded team of Cash and Vines advanced to the final Thursday by beating Chris Raynard and Christopher Bennett 6-2, 6-3. Also Thursday, Cash came up short in the quarterfinals of singles play, winning the opening set but falling 4-6, 7-6 (5), 6-1 to second-seeded Maxime Buyckx.</p><p>--The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga tennis teams will host the 30th annual UTC Steve Baras Fall Classic with more than 120 college players on the Champions Club courts today through Sunday. Kennesaw State, UAB, Mercer, Jacksonville State, Lipscomb and Lee representatives will join nine Lady Mocs in eight singles and four doubles draws. Players from South Carolina, UNC Greensboro, East Tennessee State, Middle Tennessee, The Citadel and Samford will be in four men's singles and doubles flights along with KSU, JSU, Lipscomb, Lee and UTC. The event raises money for scholarships honoring the memory of a former Moc who graduated in 1974. Play begins at 8:30 this morning.</p><p>Soccer</p><p>--Wofford got its first Southern Conference women's soccer win of the season Thursday by defeating UTC 4-0 at Finley Stadium, as the Mocs played without goalkeeper Lauren Thomas and gave up three-first half goals with Haley Myers in goal one day after joining the team. Amanda Morris, Chelsea Turner, freshman Chloe Brackett from Baylor and Alex Kachulis had the goals for the Terriers (6-4, 1-2), who outshot the Mocs (2-6-1, 0-3) 19-8 with an 8-2 advantage in corner kicks.</p><p>--Trevecca Nazarene beat the Tennessee Temple women's soccer team 9-0 and added a 4-0 defeat of the Temple men Thursday in Nashville. Brooke Gann from East Ridge scored three first-half goals and Anna Hoffman from Chattanooga Christian had one in each half for the Lady Trojans (2-2-2), and Erica Carroll from Silverdale Baptist was a junior starting defender in the shutout. They outshot the Lady Crusaders (2-6-1) 32-2, and Donnae Bolden made 11 saves in defeat.</p><p>Auto Racing</p><p>--The Georgia Mini Sprint and Southern Mod Lite Racing series both will hold the final races of their seasons Saturday night at Cleveland Speedway, and most of the track's regular divisions also will run. Josh Pugh of Crossville is the SMLRS points leader with Knoxville's John Stout second, and Lookout Mountain's Aubrey Black is the Georgia Mini Sprint leader with Brandon Taylor of Cumming, Ga., second.</p><p>Baseball</p><p>--The Chattanooga Cyclones went 3-0 in winning the Southern Wood Bat Samford University Invitational baseball tournament. Logan Baldwin had five hits, five RBIs and three runs and Jake Wyrick added three hits, four RBIs and four runs in a 16-1 rout of Atlanta Sportstech, when Lee Gibson had two hits, a run and an RBI and Winston Whitener and did the pitching. Kyle Kapherr's single capped a four-run final inning for a 6-5 victory over Nelson Baseball 18s, giving Zach Thompson the pitching win in relief. Logan Fugate tripled, doubled and scored two runs, Drew Williams had two hits, two runs and two RBIs and Hunter Mercer added two hits and an RBI. Baldwin got the win in relief and batted in two runs in a 9-3 defeat of the OTC 18s, and Fugate had two hits, two RBIs and two runs. Cyclones starting pitcher Dakota Hudson hit 92 mph several times with his fastball. ___</p><p>(c)2012 the Chattanooga Times/Free Press (Chattanooga, Tenn.)</p><p>Visit the Chattanooga Times/Free Press (Chattanooga, Tenn.) at </p><p>Distributed by MCT Information Services</p>?<p>New head coaches will lead both the boys and girls basketball programs when preseason practice opens Oct. 29 at Coral Shores.</p><p>Final selection for both coaching spots could be announced this week, Athletic Director Rich Russell said.</p><p>"We've advertised and received some impressive applications that we're going over now," Russell said Wednesday.</p> <p>Coral Shores' boys will have their third new head coach in three years.</p><p>Jay Sanderson coached the to a 7-16 mark in the 2011-2012 campaign, his first as varsity head coach. After reductions in 's teaching staff, Sanderson has moved to Southwest Florida and will be head coach at 's Ida Baker High School.</p><p>Pat Meyers has stepped away from coaching the girls basketball program to focus on a growing family and preparing to return as the Hurricane baseball team's head coach.</p><p>Cane runners win</p><p>Steven Chadwick finished first to lead Coral Shores' boys team to a team win in a seven-school cross country meet Tuesday at John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park in .</p><p>The Canes had four runners in the top 10 boys finishers, paced by Chadwick with a 19-minute, 5-second time on the 3.1-mile course.</p><p>Other Cane scorers were (place, name, time): 5. Rex Zimmerman, 20:30; 7. Pablo Gonzalez, 20:46; 10. Landon Brooks, 21:45; 18. John Perrotti, 22:57; and 20. Lars Vihlen, 22:31.</p><p>LaSalle and Marathon finished second and third in team standings. Times were not available. won the girls race, taking all top five finishes. Coral Shores tool third behind LaSalle.</p><p>Lady Cane runners' times: Aliyah Ajiduro Yanez, 26:40; Azia Keever, 26:55; Chloe Stokes, 28: 10; Amber Erickson, 28:16; Aimee Erickson, 29:05: Kyia Herlth, 29:11; Monica Gonzalez, 29:12; and Ivy Summers, 29:38.</p><p>The Coral Shores squad ran Friday in the Florida Runners Invitational in .</p><p>Seach halts meet</p><p>A search in for a missing Miami-Dade County student forced cancellation of a Coral Shores home swim meet Wednesday.</p><p>Doral Academy's team was scheduled to race against the Hurricanes, but several members of the Firebirds team headed to to help look for recent Doral graduate Christian Aguilar, a University of Florida freshman.</p><p>Aguilar has not been seen in several days. Another former Doral student is being held in custody in connection with the case.</p><p>Lady Eagles fall</p><p>Island Christian ran into trouble Sept. 21, losing a 3-0 match to visiting Divine Savior Academy of Doral, a first-time ICS opponent.</p><p>The Lady Sharks scored a 25-12, 25-15, 25-19 win.</p><p>"They had some killer servers and some kids who could kill the ball" at the net, ICS coach Sheryl Yost said. "In each set, our girls improved."</p><p>The Lady Eagles take a 4-2 record (3-0 in District 16-2A) on the road this week with away matches against the Lady Dolphin JV at 4 p.m. Monday at Marathon High School; at Calusa Prep on Tuesday; and at Colonial Christian on Thursday. ___</p><p>(c)2012 the Florida Keys Keynoter (, Fla.)</p><p>Visit the Florida Keys Keynoter (Marathon, Fla.) at </p><p>Distributed by MCT Information Services</p>?<p>Did you happen to catch Oak Forest resident Juanita Mohler in the television commercial for Union Memorial Hospital?</p><p>The commercial features Juanita speaking about her surgery and Dr. Michael Fiocco, chief of open , sharing information about his unit.</p><p>In January, Juanita went to the doctor complaining of shortness of breath. She learned she had a leaking heart valve and needed surgery.</p> <p>The operation went well and a few days later, Dr. Fiocco and Debbra Schindler, the hospital's media relations manager, stopped in to see her in her room walked in and brought balloons. She was the 15,000th open-heart surgery patient at the hospital.</p> <br> <p>"I was looking for a check or a prize," said the longtime Catonsville resident who's been married for 43 years to husband Jimmy.</p><p>They asked if she would be willing to be in a commercial and she said yes!</p><p>"The staff at Union Memorial was wonderful," said Mohler, who is feeling great and participating in at St. Agnes.</p><p>To see the 2:31 commercial which was shown as a special health report on WJZ-TV, go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IyRuXBfVr7c.</p><p>So the bands played on</p><p>Catonsville High School sophomore Lizzy Gruber deserves a ton of credit for her hard work producing the recent Battle of the Bands competition.</p><p>"Lizzy was very motivated and excited to take a big role in this event. She showed a level of maturity and organization that is not common among sophomores," said Carolyn Ruppel, a teacher at the school and the sophomore class sponsor.</p><p>Lizzy coordinated the bands, ran the meetings with the bands, approved band applications and song lyrics, created the practice schedule, created the program for the event, and with her awesome committee, ran the backstage during the event.</p><p>The Battle of the Bands Committee members were Fiona Cavanagh, Kaylyn Clark, Kaylin Fields, Caroline Gillman, Riley Goodman, Alyssa James, Chloe Lins, Lynsay Maltese, Nigel Minter, Casey Radner, Kevin Ward, Garrett Boone and Tori Sneden.</p><p>Faculty members who served as judges were qualified and enthusiastic. Thanks to social studies teacher Doug Albright, science assistant Terisa Carpenter, English teachers Rich Hambor and Jo-Ellen O'Dell and math teacher Diane Wack.</p><p>Well done!</p><p>Support Comets' athletic programs</p><p>Catonsville Comet Alumni. Dust off your lacrosse gear and show off your stickwork on the Catonsville High School turf field Saturday, April 7.</p><p>Men's game starts at 4 p.m. Women's game starts at 6 p.m.</p><p>Those still in college or out of school for years are invited to play and help a good cause.</p><p>Entry fee is $15 for those in college and $35 for others.</p>?<p>A year after distributing 250 Pillow Pets to patients at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center, Michele McFarland said she plans to triple that number this Christmas.</p><p>Already in charge of an army of 1,400 of the plush stuffed animals, the resident said she intends to amass a large enough reserve so she can give them to young patients at five area hospitals no matter the season.</p><p>"We've been very busy in the last several months trying to figure out how to make this a year-round program," said McFarland, who started the Touching Lives With Comfort Foundation with her husband, Brian.</p> <p>"Because of this goal, my husband, Brian, and I felt that the establishment of a foundation would create more credibility when reaching out into the community to obtain donations."</p> <br> <p>McFarland noted the foundation likely would give her more credibility as she seeks donations and when she goes to hospitals.</p><p>McFarland has committed to distributing Pillow Pets to children at Johns Hopkins, Saint Agnes Hospital, University of Maryland Children's Hospital, Greater Baltimore Medical Center and Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital this holiday season.</p><p>"We're finding that they're going to go really fast," added McFarland, who has two children, Chloe, 8, and Liam, 5. "We've got some stock. We want to keep that momentum going."</p><p>Much of the stock, McFarland said, came in September from CJ Products, the manufacturer of the $15 toy.</p><p>CJ Products told McFarland that they would donate 1,400 Pillow Pets to her cause if she became affiliated with a nonprofit organization.</p><p>McFarland teamed with the Casey Cares Foundation in Arbutus, an organization that provides special programs to critically ill children.</p><p>"Michele contacted us because she's working to get nonprofit status for her charity," said Erin Ritter, a program development director at Casey Cares. "It's a very cool partnership because we wouldn't have requested this kind of donation because it just didn't dawn on us."</p><p>Ritter noted that she has 20 boxes of 12 Pillow Pets in her office, and they take up so much room that she places sticky notes on the boxes to remind her of meetings.</p><p>Ritter said Casey Cares has given out about 50 of the Pillow Pets so far and will give out more at its holiday party on Dec. 10.</p><p>McFarland said she has already found "homes" for 1,000 of the Pillow Pets she received.</p><p>They are an especially nice treat for children who can't leave the house because they have weak immune systems, Ritter noted.</p><p>"When it's difficult to provide an activity, it's nice to give them something," Ritter said. "It really is a great pick me up."</p><p>"The 3-year-olds love the Pillow Pets, but we have 15-year-olds who couldn't have been more excited to get a Pillow Pet," she said.</p><p>To Annie Beatson, a child life specialist at Johns Hopkins, McFarland's Pillow Pets benefit more people than just children.</p><p>"Having that amount is really something that we'd never be able to do ourselves," said Beatson, who noted the hospital has 140 beds. "(It's) really special in the terms that it can provide a positive memory for our patients and families."</p><p>Since Pillow Pets come in a variety of forms, including puppies, ladybugs and pandas, Beatson said the pets allow patients to express their personality along with brightening up the sterile environment of a hospital room.</p><p>McFarland's motivation in pursuing this project is simple.</p><p>"They're going through a difficult time," McFarland said of the patients. "(The Pillow Pets) provide them with a little bit of comfort. It gives them a little smile. It helps them feel like kids."</p><p>The Touching Lives With Comfort Foundation may soon offer more than just Pillow Pets.</p><p>McFarland said she is considering providing gift bags for young patients and starting Kapes for Kids, which would allow the patients to pretend to be super heroes.</p><p>"We want to make it bigger and reach out into the community more," McFarland said about her foundation.</p><p>The first place many Catonsville residents will see the foundation's reach into the community is at the tree lighting on Nov. 26.</p><p>The foundation, McFarland said, will have a bin next to Santa's house where people can donate Pillow Pets to the cause.</p><p>The foundation will also have bins at Catonsville Gourmet, Catonsville Hair Company and McFarland & Masters law firm on Road, McFarland said.</p><p>Donations can be sent by mail to 920 Frederick Road, Catonsville, MD 21228. Checks should be made out to the Touching Lives With Comfort Foundation. </p>?<p>Most coaches wouldn't be satisfied with a .500 record, but 's Amanda Kaufman is different.</p><p>She likes the fact that the Comets are 3-3.</p><p>"We lost seven seniors and five were starters," Kaufman explained. "I have a very young team. 500 is a pretty decent way to start our season. The teams we lost to, Dulaney, (Mount) de Sales and , are great teams."</p> <p>Ka
 
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