Victory for Tipperary’s Under 21 Footballers against Galway this evening would see them through to the semi-finals of the Hastings Cup.The sides meet in Portumna at 7.45 after the game was postponed twice already due to poor weather conditions.Tipp manager Tommy Toomey has used the Hastings Cup to build his squad ahead of the under 21 Munster Championship.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisIt was a full afternoon for Hinks Elementary as they presented over 30 awards to outstanding students. Principal Sharon Miller presented awards for ‘perfect attendance,’ ‘accelerated reading,’ ‘academics,’ and ‘hard work.’Two special awards were given to the 4 young ladies who created the ‘Coins for Cops’ Fundraiser. The ladies raised over $1,000 to help out Michigan State Police and their fallen officers.Each young lady, along with Hinks Elementary received the highest honor from Governor, Rick Snyder, and also Congressman, Jack Bergman. ‘Coins for Cops’ Creator, Lilly Gembel said she was shocked but hopes her campaign influences her peers.“It feels good to be recognized for that. I hope that knowing that I can be success that others can be too,” Gembel said.She is currently working on her next campaign, which includes raising money for homeless Veterans, and a homeless Native American project. 4th Grade Teacher, Matthew Byce said it’s amazing to see all students succeed.“Students that come in every single day and try their hardest, having perfect attendance that’s really impressive to us, and something that we’re really proud of,” Byce said.Although they may be the smallest elementary school in Alpena Public Schools, they sure are mighty and do fly to great heights.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Awards Day, Coins for Cops, Hinks ElementaryContinue ReadingPrevious Alpena County Library Celebrates 50th Anniversary with a GalaNext MidMichigan Medical Center- Alpena Recognized for Excellence
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Walton acknowledged Ball will likely not be entirely pain-free by the time he returns – most NBA players are fighting through some kind of soreness at this point of the season“With the knee injury I think you’ve got to be a little more careful,” Walton said, “especially when you’re talking about a young player in the league. … The No. 1 thing is his health going forward.“If it’s a sprained ankle you get him to a certain point then you push through it. But with knee injuries, things like that, you’ve got to be a little more careful.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersBall is scheduled to participate in the Rising Stars Challenge on Feb. 16, the opening night of All-Star festivities at Staples Center.The Lakers did not practice Monday, but Ball was in the gym with assistant coach Miles Simon “and got some good work in,” Walton said.However, when he reached the point when he experienced pain in his knee, Lakers trainers had Ball pull back.That has been the nature of a surprisingly slow process.“When he got to what hurt,” Walton said, “he stopped doing that and then went back to doing what didn’t hurt, which was more than he had done before.” LOS ANGELES — The Lakers’ extreme caution with Lonzo Ball’s rehab from a sprained MCL could keep the point guard out through the All-Star break, Coach Luke Walton said Tuesday.That, of course, would be the worst-case scenario, but it’s one the coach is now acknowledging is a real possibility.“We’re not going to rush him back,” Walton said. “Let’s say he’s ready to play … the last game (before the break, Feb. 15 in Minnesota) … At that point we’d probably say let’s give him an extra week and get him back afterwards.”Still, the coach stressed the Lakers are taking Ball’s recovery “day-by-day,” despite the long-term nature of the injury. He has not played since Jan. 13 and on Tuesday missed his 11th consecutive game.