EducationLocalNewsPrimarySecondary Youth warned not to play Charlie, Charlie Challenge by: Dominica Vibes News – June 1, 2015 Sharing is caring! 149 Views no discussions Share Share Tweet Share The Minister of Sports, Culture and Youth Affairs in Dominica, Justina Charles has cautioned the youth against playing the Charlie, Charlie Challenge which has been circulating on social media in recent weeks.Mrs Charles openly condemned the challenge in her address to the youth at the tenth annual National Youth Awards organized by the National Youth Council of Dominica (NYCD) at the Dominica State College’s auditorium in Stockfarm on Saturday 30 May 2015.Mrs Charles cautioned the youth against playing the Challenge as it is said to be affecting the behavior of those who participate. “Students have been sent home from school at a time when they should be busy preparing or writing their exams,” she said.Last week, the ministries of education in St Lucia and Jamaica banned the game from being played at schools as many students have been hospitalized after playing the Challenge.“I want to speak to you young people to use the social media for positive growth and positive movement, not to distract you or to allow you to reverse in your development,” Mrs Charles urged.The Minister said the Challenge “is serious, it is said to be demonic and I want to admonish you to refrain from participating in this as we openly condemn that activity”.
Bayer Leverkusen chief Rudi Völler has warned Chelsea they will need to ask their matching price if they are to sign Kai Havertz this summer. Havertz has emerged as one of the hottest prospects in Europe this summer after managing 17 goals and nine assists in 44 games in all competitions this season.All the big clubs in Europe have been linked with a move, but it is Chelsea who are thought to be at the front of the queue for his signature.Various reports over the last two months have indicated they are at various stages in regards to a transfer, with the only clear thing being that the Blues are interested in him.Embed from Getty ImagesIf they wish to get a deal done, they are likely to have to pay a big fee, with claims Bayer Leverkusen could demand as much as €80m.That remains to be seen, but Voller has insisted they will pay what Leverkusen want; otherwise, Havertz will simply stay for another year.“He is the best I have seen here in Leverkusen, and I have been here forever. We’ve had Emerson, Ballack, Zé Roberto, Kroos, but he outstrips them again,” he told Gazzetta Dello Sport.“We know about the interest of some teams, especially Chelsea. But for us, the matter is reasonably straightforward.“He still has a two-year contract. If someone accepts our conditions, that’s okay; otherwise, he stays another year, and we’re happy.“It won’t be easy, but there’s no COVID rebate for an artist like that.”The message is clear for Chelsea; pay up or forget about signing Havertz this summer, which is hardly surprising.That was always likely to be their stance for their star man given his importance to them and the apparent interest in him.What is interesting is that talks don’t seem to be as advanced as earlier reports have suggested. In fact, going by Voller’s comments, they are yet to even start.That suggests this saga, which has already had numerous twists and turns, may have a while to run yet.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayHero Wars根本不可能获得这个宝藏！来证明我们错了Hero WarsUndoForge of Empires – Free Online GameBuild a City, Trade With Your Neighbors, Play With Your FriendsForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndoInvest With VICShe collects rental-like income every month! See how she does it!Invest With VICUndoNessa HearingPeople in Singapore Born Before 1965 Eligible for Free Hearing Aid TrialNessa HearingUndoDBS”I had S$9 left in my bank account”DBSUndoWealthMastery.asiaThis Singaporean Couple is Disrupting A $3 Trillion IndustryWealthMastery.asiaUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoSingtelGet 30GB for $25 on SG’s #1 network.SingtelUndoGOMO by Singtel.Switch to GOMO. 40GB for $20 for 12 months!GOMO by Singtel.Undo
Most football fans focus on the offense — how well the quarterback passes or how much yardage the running backs pick up — or the defense — how many sacks the defensive line gets or how well the defensive backs shut down the opponent’s passing game.Often overlooked, but just as important, is the play of the special teams, which includes kickoffs, kickoff returns, placekicking, punts and punt returns. Over the years, the special teams have been a big part of the Utah football success.”Special teams are one-third of the football game, and we place a huge emphasis on it,” said Utah coach Kyle Whittingham. “We spend a lot of time on special teams, both in the meeting rooms and on the practice field. It’s something we pay attention to. If you don’t get it squared away, it can hurt you.”The play of the special teams has hurt the Utes at times this year — a punt return for a touchdown proved to be the difference in a loss at Oregon, and poor field-goal kicking kept the game at San Jose State closer than it should have been. But on the whole, the Utes are thriving on special-teams play.”We’ve won the special-teams battle every game, but we’ve got to do better overall,” says special-teams coordinator Jay Hill. “In the individual games, we’ve played well, but our overall statistics are not that good.”Hill says the Utes have 10 different goals for the special teams each game, and they’ve hit six of them once, seven twice and eight one time. It’s been more of a challenge for the Utes this year because they had become so accustomed to relying on the foot of Louie Sakoda for placekicking and punting. Early in the year, that’s where the Utes struggled.Ben Vroman, who is handling kickoffs for the second straight year, missed three field goals against San Jose State and was replaced by Joe Phillips. Freshman Sean Sellwood was inconsistent as the punter, with some too short and some too low.Sellwood had his best game against Louisville with a 44.9-yard average on seven punts, including a long of 63 and one inside the 20. Phillips, since taking over in the second game, is a perfect 5-for-5 on field goal tries and 8-for-8 on PATs.”We’ve been consistent with everybody but the specialists, but they’re starting to come around,” said Whittingham. “The return teams and people on the coverage units have been doing a nice job most of the time.”The Utes have three blocked kicks this year, which is “huge,” says Hill.One special-teams player who has a special knack for blocking kicks is Aiona Key, who blocked three last year and ran one back for a touchdown, and got his hand on one at Oregon this year.”I usually go through the middle and try to go as hard as I can,” Key said when asked about his talent for blocking punts. It also doesn’t hurt that Key is a 7-foot high jumper.One disadvantage for the Utes’ special teams this week is the loss of Eddie Wide, who has been a stalwart for nearly every special-teams unit for the past three seasons. Whittingham said that now that Wide is the Utes’ starting tailback, his role will be “limited” from here on out.”That’s an ongoing thing, working on the special-teams depth,” he said.Utes on the airUtah (3-1)at Colorado State (3-2)Saturday, 4 p.m.TV: The mtn.Radio: 700 AMe-mail: [email protected]
Also in the South Bay Tournament … El Segundo 10, San Marino 1; El Segundo 12, Crespi 2: Beau Blacksten and Danny Rajaniemi each scored four goals as host El Segundo (6-2) beat San Marino in the quarterfinals. Girls volleyball Casey Reed had 11 kills to lead host Chadwick to a 24-26, 25-16, 25-10, 25-22 Prep League victory over Pasadena Poly. Zoe Hamilton had six kills and two aces and Nikki Lane had 26 assists, three aces and two blocks for Chadwick (3-4). Girls tennis Maya Parker swept her singles sets and Haley Costigan won two of three to help lead CAMS to a 10-8 nonleague victory over visiting North Torrance. Gabriele Newman and Kemi Oyewole swept their three doubles sets for CAMS (5-4). Bea Palileo won two of her three singles sets for North (4-3). Girls golf Katia Joo shot a 76 on the San Clemente par-73 course to lead Peninsula to a second-place finish at the Lady Triton Tournament. Peninsula shot 399, two shots behind Cypress. Cross country Kelly Owen ran to victory in 22 minutes, 14 seconds, leading the Chadwick girls to a first-place finish in the Prep League No. 2 Meet on the Peninsula Course. In the boys race, Chadwick finished fourth as a team with 74 points behind Scott Rodilitz (sixth, 18:31).160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LeNoir also follows in the footsteps of her sister, Camille, who will be a senior point guard at USC when Danielle is a freshman. “She’ll have an opportunity to play against her sister, and that will be amazing,” Anderson said. “I’ll root for both of them to do well.” – Tony Ciniglio Boys water polo David Skophammer scored three of his four goals in the fourth period to help Peninsula break a 5-5 tie and defeat Redondo, 9-6, at Mira Costa in a quarterfinal matchup of the South Bay Tournament. Peninsula (7-3) will face Mira Costa in a semifinal today at El Segundo. Peninsula defeated Torrance, 10-2, in a first-round game. From staff reports Narbonne girls basketball star Danielle LeNoir committed to Washington State, former coach and close family friend James Anderson said Friday. LeNoir, a two-time Daily Breeze All-Area point guard, chose Washington State over Saint Mary’s, USC and Colorado State. She averaged 8.7 points, 4.1 assists and 4.0 steals last season. “She decided early and kept the recruiting short,” Anderson said. “Danny can play the 1 or the 2, and her biggest strength is that she can really defend. She’s played for Narbonne, so she will be ready to play at the college level.”