Gov. Ron DeSantis is providing an update on Thursday about the state’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. According to the latest numbers from the Florida Department of Health, there are 22,897 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state, including 633 deaths.
Latest Posts Bio GIRLSDI-Stonington 3, Schenck 2Singles: Chelsea Ciomei (DI-S) over Christina Ballard 8-1, Esther Adams (DI-S) over Sam York 8-1, Heidi Grego (DI-S) over Lauren Lowell 9-7. Doubles: Karlie Michaud and Machaela Watts (S) over Julie Stone and Layla Eaton 8-6, Liz Stedford and Stephanie Rock (S) over Cortney Trundy and Sam Dunham 8-2.DI-Stonington 3, Dexter 2Singles: Ciomei (DI-S) over Crissy Mountain 8-6, Adams (DI-S) over Sarah Murray 8-5, Cally Mountain (D) over Grego 8-2. Doubles: Stone and Eaton (DI-S) over Danielle Burtan and Katie Eastman 8-3, Alexis Mitchell and Jessica Mason (D) over Trundy and dunham 8-2. For more sports stories, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 admin Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 Latest posts by admin (see all) DEER ISLE — Also undefeated in their first two outings are the Deer Isle-Stonington Mariner girls, who got past Schenck 3-2 on Wednesday, April 29, and edged Dexter 3-2 on Friday.With that undefeated record, the Mariners shared the top spot in the Class C girls’ standings with GSA, but that was before GSA’s doubleheader win on Monday.The DI-S Mariner boys are 0-2 so far with losses to Schenck and Dexter.BOYSThis is placeholder textThis is placeholder textSchenck 4, DI-Stonington 1Singles: Aaron Hutchins (S) over Lance Bradshaw 8-0, Jerome York (S) over Ian Pelletier 8-6, Aaron Ewing (S) over Dylan Siebert 8-1. Doubles: Noah Leighton and Garreth Warr (DI-S) over Aaron Vienneau and Rylan McAdam 8-4, Cameron Okeson and Jared Lyons (S) by forfeit.Dexter 4, DI-Stonington 1Singles: Cory Fifield (DI-S) over Keegan Glidden 8-6, Josh Stanhope (D) over Lance Bradshaw 8-5, Ryan Wilks (D) over Ian Pellitier 8-4. Doubles: Joel Perrier and Mike O’Connor (D) over Dylan Seibert and Kevin Melanio 8-1, Brian O’Connor and Nick Trembley (D) over Garreth Warr and Noah Leighton 8-2. House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014
ELLSWORTH — The Lucerne Golf Club’s Senior Scramble results from Monday are as follows:First (tie): Bill Brooks, Don McCubbin, Jim Bonzey, Gordon Holmes, Bill Brooks (-6). Joe Guaraldo, Don Burnham, Johnny Lee, Tom Winston (-6). Third tie: Bob Francis, Ken Greenlaw, Royce Morrison, Barry Hobert (-5). Phil Carroll, Jim Oreskovich, Mark Johnson, Larry Orcutt (-5). Ben Birch, Bob McKenney, Martin Bernard, Fred Thompson (-5). Mark Molnar, Junior Tracy, Robin Young, John Somes (-5). Alan Gray, Richard Baker, Doug Hewes, Ralph Alley (-4). Bruce Blanchard, Ron Snyder, Doug Deans, Bob Fraser (-4). Ron Allen, Jim Awalt, Mike Dore, Hank Hosking (-4). Ben Sawyer, Charlie Perkins, Bill Ferris, Dan Crouse (-4). Ed Lachance, Ron Hanson, Bob Carter, Paul Bowden, Dennis Kiah (-3). Russ Nealey, Scott MacArthur, Kerry Woodbury, Barry Twitchell, Daryl Briggs (-3). Closest to the pins: No. 2 Bill Ferris (3 feet and 4 inches) and No. 6 Jim Bonzey (5 feet and 10 inches).This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text
ELLSWORTH — The Boston Bruins were eliminated from the NHL playoffs after Clarke MacArthur’s overtime goal gave the Ottawa Senators a 4-2 series win in the Eastern Conference quarterfinals Sunday.Boston won the first game of the series but then proceeded to drop the next three. After the Bruins bounced back to win Game 5, MacArthur scored 6 minutes, 30 seconds into overtime to give Ottawa a 3-2 win in Game 6 at TD Garden.The Bruins also announced Wednesday that they will be retaining Bruce Cassidy as head coach. Cassidy was named the interim head coach following the firing of Claude Julien on Feb. 7. The Bruins were 18-8-1 under Cassidy in the regular season.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text
BUCKSPORT — A total of 137 runners flocked to Bucksport on Saturday for this year’s running of the Bucksport Bay Festival 5K at the town’s municipal swimming pool.The race was part of Bucksport’s second day of celebrations for the town’s 225th anniversary. Most of the competitors came from Bucksport, Orland and surrounding areas in Hancock County, but others came from as far away as Florida and Virginia.Jacob Volz of Orono won the race with a time of 17 minutes, 51 seconds. Below is a list of the race’s top-50 finishers.Jacob Volz, 17 minutes, 51 secondsJonathan Goupee, 18:14Erik Knickerbocker, 18:23Phil LeBreton, 18:31Matt Shea, 19:10Rob Shea, 19:14Hunter Umphrey, 19:32Bob Ciano, 19:45Karl Volz, 19:48Jim Hunt, 20:23John Mills, 20:28Unidentified runner, 20:32Greg Dean, 20:33Ben Sprague, 20:33Connor Archer, 20:37Aaron Hoovler, 20:57Joe Roberts, 21:02Ryan Mills, 21:08Jason Geroux, 21:13Ed Hughes, 21:33Willie Leach, 22:25Shane Martin, 22:26Tom Dowling, 22:35Clayton Doolan, 23:05Rob Loeffler, 23:08Deedra Dapice, 23:11Bret Hanson, 23:20Scott Heidemann, 23:24Heather Perkins, 23:28Bryce Carter, 23:30Richard Vorwerk, 23:40Sam Boyd, 23:57Ava Dowling, 24:01Sara Shea, 24:35Geoffrey Dapice, 24:45Adam Bohlen, 24:51Corey Carter, 25:08Hannah Rice, 25:37Meaghan Geroux, 25:38Tim Griffin, 25:43Ian Panuncialman, 26:00Sarah Robinson, 26:03Jen Freilino, 26:06Craig Boyd, 26:10Peter Knowles, 26:20Allie Cerkovitz, 26:25Grace Smith, 26:34Annette Hatch-Clein, 26:40Mike Ferree, 26:46Kathleen Garner, 26:47This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text
BUCKSPORT — Bucksport football’s Chase Carmichael was named Little Ten Conference Co-Player of the Year at the conference’s annual awards banquet Sunday.Carmichael, a senior quarterback, helped guide Bucksport to the No. 2 seed and first round-bye in Class D North this season. He also led the Golden Bucks to their first regional championship appearance game since 2014.In four seasons as the team’s starting quarterback, Carmichael has thrown for more than 5,000 yards. He also set the LTC single-season record for passing yards this year by throwing for over 1,600 in Bucksport’s 10 games.Chase is the grandson of Bob Carmichael, who coached the Golden Bucks to three state titles from 1961-77. He split the award with Foxcroft’s Nick Clawson.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text
ELLSWORTH — 2019 marked the inaugural season for the Maine Principals’ Association’s eight-man football class, and one local program was part of history as one of the new classification’s 10 founding members.Ellsworth/Sumner, which entered the season with a roster size of just 15 players, found itself at home in a new league that made life much easier for teams with smaller roster sizes. The Eagles were competitive in nearly every game they played and posted wins over Sacopee Valley, Traip Academy and Gray-New Gloucester.Eight-man football arrived as schools throughout the state have seen drops in numbers over the past decade. Play is mostly similar, though offenses use two fewer linemen and one fewer back than in 11-man play, and fields are shortened in width from 53 1/3 yards to 40 yards.The league was split into two divisions based on enrollment. Ellsworth/Sumner competed with Gray-New Gloucester, Maranacook, Mount Ararat and Yarmouth in the large-school division. Mount Ararat, the large-school champion, claimed the Gold Ball with a 58-25 win over small-school champion Old Orchard Beach in the first eight-man state title game.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textEight-man football will get another Hancock County participant next year as Mount Desert Island makes the move from Class C North. The Lewiston Sun Journal reported last Thursday that Dirigo and Spruce Mountain will also ask to play eight-man in 2020, and other newcomers could be on the way as well.
New Delhi: The All India Football Federation (AIFF) on Wednesday announced that the final round of the Super Cup will kick off at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar from March 29. The tournament will begin with Chennaiyin FC taking on Mumbai City FC in the opening game.While the cloud of uncertainty still looms large with one of the unified I-League clubs, Mohun Bagan, not registering its players within the stipulated time given by AIFF, the federation is ready to go ahead with the tournament.Super Cup is the end of season tournament wherein top teams of I-League and Indian Super League (ISL) lock horns. The competition is played on a knockout basis. Penalty shoot-outs will be enforced to decide the winner in case both teams staying tied, despite 30 minutes of extra time. This is the second edition of the Super Cup. The first edition was won by JSW Bangaluru FC. (IANS) Also Read: SPORTS NEWS
Kathmandu: Paras Khadka has stepped down as the captain of the Nepal cricket team after his country was readmitted by the ICC along with Zimbabwe. Nepal was suspended in 2016 by the cricket governing body for breach of the ICC regulations — prohibiting government interference besides conducting fair elections.After the election for a 17-member central working committee for the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAP) was held earlier this year, the ICC decided to lift the suspension and readmit Nepal with the full members after the conclusion of the board meetings on Monday.Announcing his stepping down, Paras Khadka wished the new committee well and hoped it will work for raising the standard of cricket in Nepal.“Great to know that the suspension of Nepal cricket has been lifted and would like to wish the new committee to work for the betterment of Nepal cricket, players and its stake holders. I have hereby decided to resign from my post as the captain of Nepal cricket team. Jai Nepal !!,” he tweeted.Paras is considered to be the best batsman of his country and has shattered several records. IANSAlso Read: 5 Teams’ Singapore Showdown For 2019 T20 World Cup QualifiersAlso Watch: Poor lady from Kampur falls prey to Online Fraud, You could be next!
Haile Gebrselassie (born: 18 April 1973) is a retired Ethiopian long-distance track and road running athlete. He won two Olympic gold medals over 10,000 metres and four World Championship titles in the event. He won the Berlin Marathon four times consecutively and also had three straight wins at the Dubai Marathon. Further to this, he won four world titles indoors and was the 2001 World Half Marathon Champion.Haile had major competition wins at distances between 1500 metres and the marathon, moving from outdoor, indoor and cross country running to road running in the latter part of his career. He broke 61 Ethiopian national records ranging from 800 metres to the marathon, set 27 world records, and is regarded as one of the greatest distance runners in history.In September 2008, at the age of 35, he won the Berlin Marathon with a world record time of 2:03:59, breaking his own world record by 27 seconds. The record stood for three years. Since he was over the age of 35, that mark stood as the Masters Age group world record until 29 September 2019, when fellow Ethiopian Kenenisa Bekele ran 2:01:41 at the age of 37. Gebrselassie’s 10000 m Masters record has not been challenged since 2008.His big breakthrough on the international scene came in 1992 when he won the Junior world title at 5,000m and 10,000m. The next season, in his first year in the senior ranks, Haile won his first world champion title, taking the 10,000m title in Stuttgart. Haile went on to win four consecutive world titles at this distance – 93, 95, 97 and his final world 10,000 m title in 1999 at Seville.In 1995, he continued his dominance on the track and lowered the world record for both the 5,000m and 10,000m.His first Olympic success came in 1996, Atlanta, where he won gold in the 10,000 metres. Haile later featured as himself in a film ‘Endurance’ – about the quest to win the 10,000m title.In 2000, Haile became only the third man (after Emil Zátopek and Lasse Virén)) to successfully defend his 10,000 metre title, narrowly beating the great Paul Tergat by a fraction after a blistering last 200 metres. He later said this along with his 5,000 record was one of his career highlights.In 2001, Haile started to step up the distance and won the IAAF half marathon. He completed his first marathon in 2002 in London, where he finished third.But, Haile was still concentrating on the track and in the 2004 Athens Olympics, he attempted to become the first athlete to win three consecutive gold medals at the 10,000 metres. However, shortly before the Olympic games, he sustained an injury that prevented him from training. In the final, he came 5th, being eclipsed by compatriot – Kenenisa Bekele.Also Read: Indian athletes can domite Kenyans, Ethiopians in future: GebrselassieAlso Watch: Protesters, who walked all the way from Tinsukia-Guwahati to protest against CAA 2019, Detained!