Bongiorno attorney, Roland Ripoelle, said Bongiorno $50 million of what she thought was her own money but was really Bernie Madoff monopoly money go up in smoke. Ms. Bongiorno relied on Mr. 2 team in Class 7 A in the pre season rankings, but lost its first two outings of the season schedule before picking up its first win of the 2016 campaign last week with a 21 14 victory over Gadsden City. Meanwhile, Sparkman was 2 0 going into its battle with arch rival Bob Jones a week ago and now must regroup as it faces a team that is still regarded as one of the best teams in Class 7 A.”This will a passionate game between players who know each other and I hope we’re hungry for a victory and have a good effort from our players,” said Wade Waldrop head coach of James Clemens (1 2, 1 1). “Sparkman has a good team, a good quarterback and do a good job on offense.
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Strength is on top, Troy Christian coach Steve Goudy said of Turner. Wanted to keep this match on our feet and when we had a chance to ride him, ride him tough. Ethan is a kid who has worked so hard to get to this point. “They both can map the plant, so it’s sort of like an X ray except you can see either different elements and where they are within, say, the leaf, or different macronutrients and different types of them.”Lundell said their study could have big financial impacts on Canada and Saskatchewan if their hypothesis that potassium supplementation can inhibit blackleg proves correct.”I think any time we can reduce disease in a giant cash crop for the whole country it’s bringing in billions of dollars a year for Canada,” Lundell said. “In Saskatchewan we produce a lot of potash a lot of potassium so that would help our economy as well.”Lynn Gordon, who has been instructing the students along with colleague Jenna Cross, said the teachers have been largely hands off throughout the process.”Our role as teachers in this is as facilitators for their learning,” Gordon said. “As far as the direction they want to go with their project, they’ve been working on this with the CLS and scientists at the CLS.”For their participation in the study, the students receive class credit for a special project, as well as bragging rights as some of the youngest scientists to work on the CLS.The project is funded by a $1,500 grant from the CLS.