Beach volleyball open Seminole Beach Battle with two victories

first_imgWhat we’re reading: Most Texas House members disapprove of Trump’s Syria actions Twitter Jonathan Abraham ReddIt Jonathan Abraham Twitter Linkedin printTCU beach volleyball won its first two matchups Friday with a 4-1 decision over No. 11 Georgia State and a 5-0 thumping over Alabama-Birmingham at the first day of the Seminole Beach Battle.However, the Horned Frogs fell to No. 7 and host Florida State 5-0, ending a three-game winning streak.In the matchup against Georgia State, TCU’s Hannah Rogers and Avery Arellano defeated the Panthers’ Kate Novack and Amie Held 21-15, 16-21, 15-12.The combination of Jordan Westendorff and Brooke Sassin defeated GSU’s Eden Hawes and Ashley McGinn 21-18, 22-24, 15-11. The third point for the Frogs came after Cassie House and Haven Hill defeated Teegan Van Gunst and Annika Van Gunst 33-31, 21-9.The Horned Frogs final victory against the Panthers came in the hands of Molly Scheel and Jensyn Bledsoe, who defeated Olivia Stasevick and Georgia Johnson 22-20, 21-11. This game served as revenge for TCU as they had previously lost to Georgia State in the Surf N Turf Invitational.The Horned Frogs cruised to a victory over Alabama-Birmingham for the second time this season as Arellano and Rogers defeated Sallianne Napolitano and Gabbi Moreno 21-15, 21-19 for TCU’s first point of the matchup.Westendorff and Sassin also were victorious, defeating UAB’s Tressa Buckland and Annie Pringle 18-21, 21-16, 15-13. The duo of Jillian Bergeson and Jaelyn Greene also won their matchup against Erin Bognar and Avei Logoleo 21-18, 21-16, and House and Hill won 17-21, 21-18, 15-12 over UAB’s Kenley Adams and Devon May.The combo of Scheel and Bledsoe clinched the matchup for the Frogs as they defeated Haley Jared and Emily Martinez 21-14, 21-0.The Horned Frog will finish the Seminole Beach Battle Saturday as they go up against No. 18 Florida Atlantic at 8:30 a.m. and UNC- Wilmington at 11:30 a.m. Jonathan Abraham ReddIt Jonathan Abraham Previous articleHoroscope: April 7, 2018Next articleThe Leap: Get a summer-ready body from the comfort of a dorm Jonathan Abraham RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR What we’re reading: Attempts for background checks on stranger-to-stranger gun sales in Texas Jonathan is a journalism major from Philadelphia who is also minoring in Spanish. When Jonathan is not writing for TCU 360, he enjoys watching his favorite sports teams (76ers, Eagles, Union, Phillies, and Flyers). Women’s basketball defeats Alcorn State to tie best start to a season Jonathan Abraham Facebook TCU vs Cal Poly Beach Volleyball in Fort Worth, Texas on March 3, 2018. (Photo/Sharon Ellman) Athletics Weekend Roundup: equestrian triumphs, swim and dive falters, and women’s golf finishes strong TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award + posts Linkedin Facebook TCU baseball finds their biggest fan just by saying hellolast_img read more

Soak up water views from sprawling family home

first_imgThe kitchen at 180 Manly Rd, Manly West.“It’s filled with so many memories of go karting down the driveway, cubby houses and making flying foxes into the pool,” she said. “The home is in a wonderful neighbourhood with really wonderful neighbours.” The property is being marketed by Gail Gobey and Ian Gobey of Sash & Gable Property and will go to auction on July 29 at 2pm. The home at 180 Manly Rd, Manly West.A two-storey home with water views, big block and swimming pool is going under the hammer in Manly West. Suzanne and Gary Johns have owned 180 Manly Rd for 25 years and have loved calling the property home. “It was architecturally designed and it’s a got a clever layout to give everybody their privacy,” Mrs Johns said. “When we first walked into it, we had a sense of family. “It had everything we wanted — land, pool, space. We were moving from a small house with no yard and we had two young boys so it was great to have so much space.” The lounge room at 180 Manly Rd, Manly West.There is also a large laundry with floor to ceiling storage. Double doors open out to the private patio overlooking the pool and beautifully landscaped garden.The property also has a tandem garage with remote door and undercover parking for a boat or caravan on the 1567sq m block. Mrs Johns said the home had been a great family home. center_img The balcony at 180 Manly Rd, Manly West.The main part of the house is upstairs, with the modern kitchen acting as the hub of the home. There is also a formal living and dining area and a separate family room. A deck off the kitchen has views to Wellington Point and Stradbroke Island and there is plenty of space for entertaining. More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020The master bedroom has an ensuite and walk-in robe and there are four more spacious bedrooms and a family bathroom upstairs. Downstairs there is a self-contained area with open-plan living and dining area, large benchtop, separate sink and bathroom facilities.last_img read more

Trinidadian elected to head WBA Women’s Committee

first_imgPANAMA CITY, Panama (CMC) – Trinidad & Tobago’s Shivana Inalsingh has been appointed the director of the World Boxing Association’s Women’s Championships Committee.Inalsingh was elected to the post during a recent meeting of the hierarchy of the Association which heard its president Gilberto Jesus Mendoza announce the new members of the board of the oldest body to govern professional boxing.Inalsingh was the only English-speaking Caribbean official to be named in a key role of the association which is dominated by officials from Latin America.The vice-president of the association will be Nicaraguan native Renzo Bagnariol and the director of World Championships will be Venezuelan native Carlos Chavez and the second will be the Panamanian Julio Thyme.Meanwhile, in the Women’s Championships Committee, the deputy director from Peru is Kina Malpartida.Bulgarian native Mariana Borissova will be the International Coordinator of the organisation.The Classifications Committee of the WBA will be directed by Canadian George Martinez and the deputy director will be Panamanian native Aurelio Fiengo. In the case of the world classifications, the directors of each regional body registered in the WBA will have participation.The Treasury will be charged to Venezuelan Julio Quintero. The Executive Secretary will be Panamanian native Gustavo Padilla and the Officers Committee will be directed by the Puerto Rican Luis Pabon and the deputy director will be the American Raul Caiz.last_img read more