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first_imgThe Florida Department of Health has announced eight new positive coronavirus cases in the state. All individuals are being “appropriately cared for and isolated,” the agency tweeted late Tuesday. Seven of the cases are identified as “travel-related.” Broward County is under a State of Emergency because of the coronavirus. Three people who work at Port Everglades are among those testing positive. No cases are reported in Palm Beach County.This brings the total number of in-state cases of the respiratory disease known as COVID-19 to 23, including two non-Florida residents who have tested positive but will remain in the state until cleared for travel.The virus, which started in China late last year and has spread around the world, is particularly dangerous to seniors and people with underlying health conditions. Of the Floridians diagnosed in the state, for example, 18 are at least 60 years.Click here for information from the Florida Department of Health.last_img read more

first_imgThe American Medical Association is warning doctors and dentists to stop hoarding medications touted as possible coronavirus treatments.Medical doctors and dentists are writing prescriptions for themselves and family members, according to pharmacy boards in states across the country.The stockpiling has become so worrisome in Idaho, Kentucky, Ohio, Nevada, Oklahoma, North Carolina and Texas that the boards in those states have issued emergency restrictions or guidelines on how the drugs can be dispensed at pharmacies. More states are expected to follow suit.The medications being prescribed differ slightly from state to state, but includechloroquine, hydroxychloroquine, and remdesivir recently approved by the FDA for off-label use. The drugs are commonly used to treat malaria, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, HIV and other conditions.Pharmacists have been swapping stories on social media about the spike in prescriptions written by doctors for themselves or their families.“I have multiple prescribers calling in prescriptions for Plaquenil for themselves and their family members as a precaution. Is this ethical?” one person wrote Sunday in a Facebook group for pharmacists, referring to a brand name of hydroxychloroquine. Others weighed in — some noting similar experiences — and expressed their hesitancy to dispense such prescriptions.“I got called a communist for telling a prescriber, who was trying to call it in for themselves, no,” someone posted Friday in another Facebook group for pharmacists.Carmen Catizone, executive director of the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy, said state boards were “trying to stop the hoarding and inappropriate prescribing, but balancing what patients need.”The American Medical Association denounced the practice in a statement from its president, Dr. Patrice Harris.“The AMA is calling for a stop to any inappropriate prescribing and ordering of medications, including chloroquine or hydroxychloroquine, and appealing to physicians and all health care professionals to follow the highest standards of professionalism and ethics,” she said.The first restrictions imposed a temporary rule that bars pharmacies from dispensing two drugs — chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine — unless the prescription includes a written diagnosis of a condition that the drugs have been proven to treat. The rule also limits prescriptions to a 14-day supply unless a patient has previously taken the medication.In a statement, CVS said that pharmacists are to use their “professional judgment to determine whether a prescription is valid and appropriate to dispense,” noting that pharmacists would comply with any applicable state board regulations.A spokeswoman from Walgreens concurred that its pharmacists will follow whatever requirements are set in the state where they practice, also noting that the company had issued guidelines for dispensing two of the drugs in highest demand — chloroquine or hydroxychloroquine. Walgreens will only allow a 14-day supply for new prescriptions in order to help ensure that the medications remain available for those who need them, the spokeswoman said.last_img read more

first_imgPBSO officials have not said if they believe these two cases are related. Emily Lopez was last seen on April 7 in the Lake Worth Beach area. She has brown hair that was dyed red before her disappearance. PBSO is seeking the public’s help. Anyone with any information is urged to call The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office at 561-688-3400.center_img It has been over a month since two 13-year-old girls from Palm Beach County were last seen.Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office deputies are searching for 13-year-old Evelinda Morales, and Emily Lopez who went missing just over a week apart.Evelinda Morales was last seen in the Boynton Beach area on March 27 .  She is described to be 5 feet tall, weighing 110 pounds. She has black hair and brown eyes.last_img

first_imgGuests riding a Splash Mountain at Magic Kingdom took to social media to post a video of how one of the ride cars submerged underwater.One guest said they got out of the boat when it began taking on water, but a park employee told them they should have stayed in the boat.According to Fox 35, Walt Disney World confirmed that a boat took on water at the end of the ride, and that all guests got out safely.The cause of the incident is not known.last_img

first_img Six “wonderful” volunteers, who inspire others to take up and enjoy golf, were honoured this week when they were named England’s Golf Volunteers of the Year.The 2013 awards, made by the England Golf Partnership (EGP), were presented during a gala dinner at the annual County Golf Development Conference at Loughborough University.The winners were: Charlotte Stanton of Staffordshire and Birmingham University, Bev Dodd of Lancashire, Wendy Wootton of Suffolk, Alan Covey of Sussex, Kevin Whalley of Hertfordshire and Nickie Clarke of Norfolk.They were applauded by a packed conference hall made up of those leading the EGP’s vision to ‘Grow the Game’ through the County Golf Partnership structure.Phil Beard, the EGP’s Volunteer Manager, said: “These volunteers are wonderful people who give up their time to inspire others to take up and enjoy golf. They play a crucial part in growing the game and these awards recognise and underline their importance.”The award winners:Young Volunteer of the YearCharlotte Stanton, Whittington Heath Golf Club, StaffordshireCharlotte, 20, is a five-handicap county player who began volunteering by helping at girls’ beginner classes run by the Staffordshire Golf Partnership. She was soon invited to join the EGP’s National Youth Panel and has been a member for three years, supporting community projects and helping to give young people a voice in the future of golf.She’s in her final year at Birmingham University where she is taking Applied Golf Management Studies and has gained her Level 2 coaching qualification. She’s the university’s volunteer golf activator and has encouraged a massive growth in student participation in the sport, also liaising and working with the Warwickshire Golf Partnership.Charlotte said: “It’s great to be recognised for what I’ve done. I don’t do it for the recognition but it does give you that bit more motivation to carry on.”Volunteer Coach of the YearBev Dodd, Rossendale Golf Club, LancashireBev switched from hockey to golf less than 10 years ago, is passionate about the game and passes on her enthusiasm to children and adults alike. She is the club’s junior development officer and has trained as a Level 1 Coach, supporting PGA professionals Steve Nicholls and Mike Bardi at coaching sessions for the youngsters.Her overall contribution to the junior section is described by her club as “outstanding” and she was instrumental in Rossendale acquiring the Golfmark award in recognition of its junior and beginner-friendly facilities. She’s even persuaded some parents to take up golf!Bev has also organised taster sessions to encourage new golfers and she supports and mentors new lady members.“I was really surprised by the award and feel very proud and honoured to have been selected,” said Bev. “It’s wonderful.”Club Development AwardWendy Wootton of Felixstowe Ferry Golf Club, SuffolkWendy is both junior organiser and director of marketing and membership and her club describes her as a ‘champion volunteer’. She is also secretary of the Suffolk Golf Partnership, which develops the game in the county.Wendy’s achievements include setting up the club’s Kingsfleet Juniors to encourage young children and she visits local schools with the club’s PGA professional, Robert Joyce, to introduce youngsters to Tri Golf. She was instrumental in the club receiving the GolfMark High Achiever Award.In her marketing and membership role she sets out to generate more income for the club and has organised open days to attract new members.Wendy said: “The award has really lifted me and, more importantly, it puts the club even more on the map. I’m very proud and really pleased to be part of this club.”County Development AwardAlan Covey of Ifield Golf Club, SussexAlan won the vote of parents and players when the Sussex County Golf Union put him forward for this award. He has just completed seven years as the county boys’ manager and his nomination was accompanied by a string of testimonials.They were summed up with this comment: “Alan is a very worthy nominee – he has influenced the golfing futures of so many boys through his tireless optimism and enthusiasm and by the enormous amount of his own time that he has been prepared to give over the years.”Alan, now the Sussex county captain, commented: “I am only one of many county managers who work tirelessly to try and make our juniors ‘the best they can be’. This award should be for all them and the fantastic committees that make it all happen around the country.”Lifetime Achievement Award for Services to Golf – maleKevin Whalley of Mill Green Golf Club, HertfordshireKevin, who has been profoundly deaf since birth, receives this award in recognition of his tremendous contribution to deaf golf, both in England and around the world.He started organised deaf golf in England in the early 1980s and has run more than 100 events over the years. He became a director of the British Deaf Sports Council before becoming closely involved with the English Deaf Golf Association, of which he is currently president and treasurer.  Kevin was the secretary and treasurer of World Deaf Golf Federation and organised the first World Deaf Golf Championship in 1995 at the Forest of Arden after seven years’ research to find countries with deaf golfers.He commented: “It’s wonderful to receive this award after 30 years of volunteering and it is particularly special because it is recognition for deaf golf.”Lifetime Achievement Award for Services to Golf – femaleNickie Clarke of Royal Norwich Golf Club, NorfolkNickie has volunteered in golf at every level – club, county and country – for over 30 years. She’s been captain at her club, a county team player and Norfolk captain (twice!) and she’s currently county president. She also runs the county ladies’ website.She chaired the former English Ladies’ Golf Association and captained England teams for three years. She’s been jointly responsible for the project to reassess the scratch score of ladies’ courses in England.Nickie also plays a key role in the recruitment of new golfers as a founding member of the Norfolk Golf Partnership, which grows the game in the county.She commented: “I am extremely proud to receive this award and feel very humble to have been chosen when there are so many other volunteers who have done just as much.”The national volunteering programme is delivered via the England Golf Partnership’s ‘Whole Sport Plan’ for golf and is an integral part of the England Golf Partnership’s vision to ‘Grow the Game’.For more on volunteers go to www.golfvolunteers.orgCaption (from left): Wendy Wootton, Alan Covey, Charlotte Stanton, Kevin Whalley, Bev Dodd and Nickie Clarke. 8 Feb 2013 England’s wonderful’ golf volunteers are honoured last_img read more

first_img15 Oct 2014 The R&A appoints new Chief Executive The R&A has announced the appointment of Martin Slumbers as Chief Executive and also as Secretary of The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, with effect from 1 October 2015. Mr Slumbers (image: The R&A) will succeed Peter Dawson who is retiring in September 2015 after 16 years leading the body which organises The Open Championship and governs golf worldwide, jointly administering the sport with the USGA. He will join The R&A in March 2015 as Chief Executive Designate and spend six months working with Mr Dawson before his retirement. Born in Brighton and educated at Lancing College, Mr Slumbers (54) gained a BSc in Production Engineering and Economics from the University of Birmingham. He qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Price Waterhouse in London before embarking on a career in investment banking. He spent 12 years working for Salomon Brothers International in London and Hong Kong, becoming Chief Financial Officer in Asia and then Europe. In 1998, he joined Deutsche Bank and served in a number of senior executive roles. He was appointed Global Head of Deutsche Bank’s Investment Banking Operations in 2006 and the following year as Global Head of Global Business Services. He is a keen golfer and a member of Worplesdon Golf Club in Surrey where he plays to a handicap of two. He is married with two sons. “The R&A is one of the most influential bodies in world sport and I am delighted to be taking up this position,” he said. “Golf has always been close to my heart and I am very much looking forward to living and working in St Andrews. I am honoured to be appointed to lead The R&A and to serve such an historic and prestigious Club.” Professor Wilson Sibbett, Chairman of The R&A, said, “I would like to congratulate Martin on his appointment. He has enjoyed a long and successful career and will bring a great deal of experience to the position. He has a passion for golf and is absolutely committed to the work of The R&A in governing the game, running The Open and supporting development initiatives around the world.”last_img read more

first_imgThe 50-year-old Wilson, in his fifth season with the Steelers, was taken to a hospital before being airlifted to UPMC Mercy Hospital for treatment. His condition was not immediately available. The cause of the fire has not been determined and remains under investigation.Wilson did not travel with the team on Sunday when the Steelers faced Denver in the first round of the AFC playoffs. Offensive assistant Harold Goodwin worked with the running backs during Friday’s practice.Steelers president Art Rooney II said he was “saddened” by the news.“We know that he has the best medical care in the country treating him,” Rooney said in a statement posted on the team’s website. “The entire organization is praying for Kirby to have a full recovery and we will be by his side through this difficult time.”UPMC Mercy has the area’s only Comprehensive Burn Center. It’s the same hospital where quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was treated following a motorcycle crash in 2006.Wilson, who is from Los Angeles, played running back and wide receiver at Illinois before playing briefly in the Canadian Football League. He served as running backs coach in New England, Washington, Arizona and Tampa Bay before joining the Steelers when head coach Mike Tomlin took over in 2007.Popular with the players because of his high-energy approach, Wilson guided running back Rashard Mendenhall to consecutive 1,000-yard seasons and spent this week helping third-year back Isaac Redman get ready for his first playoff start after Mendenhall was lost for the season with a torn ACL in his right knee.“He’s really taken me from a practice-squad running back to a running back that’s capable of playing in this league,” Redman said of Wilson. “He had a lot to do with my development, being able to recognize defenses and being able to be just a complete professional in how I go about my life every day.”The players were alerted to Wilson’s condition during a team meeting Friday, and his players realized something was amiss when Wilson—a notoriously early riser—was not at the facility looking at film.(Associated Press writer Joe Mandak in Pittsburgh contributed to this report.) HOSPITALIZED—This May 5, 2011 photo shows Pittsburgh Steelers running backs coach Kirby Wilson. (AP Photo/File) by Will GravesAP Sports Writer PITTSBURGH (AP)—Steelers running backs coach Kirby Wilson was hospitalized on Jan. 5 after being severely burned during an early morning fire at his home in a Pittsburgh suburb.Authorities say the fire broke out around 3 a.m. in the kitchen of Wilson’s home in Seven Fields, about 30 minutes north of the city. Flames were visible to firefighters when they arrived on the scene, according to Cranberry Township director of Public Safety Jeffrey Schueler.last_img read more

first_imgLe’Veon Bell (26) enters Heinz Field through the smoke at the beginning of the game against the Baltimore Ravenson Sunday, Oct. 20, 2013, in Pittsburgh. Bell ran for a season-high 93 yards on 19 carries. (AP Photo/Don Wright)  by Will GravesAP Sports WriterPITTSBURGH (AP) – The faces of one of the NFL’s fiercest rivalries may be changing. Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Brett Keisel insists the intensity is not.Considering the final minutes of Pittsburgh’s 19-16 victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, it’s hard to argue.“It’s still violent, it’s still smashmouth, it still came down to the very end,” Keisel said. “That’s what these games are all about. That’s why we consider it one of the greatest rivalries in all of football.”The Ravens trailed all day only to tie the game with 1:58 to go on a 1-yard touchdown pass from Joe Flacco to Dallas Clark. All it did was set the stage for Ben Roethlisberger and Shaun Suisham. The Pittsburgh quarterback calmly drove the Steelers 39 yards to set up Suisham’s game-winning 42-yard field goal, the fourth straight game between the two teams that’s been decided by three points.“To get the ball, tied with two time outs, you just have confidence,” Roethlisberger said. “I told the line and I told the guys lets go win it, and we did. Give them credit we went down and won it.”Pittsburgh (2-4) won its second straight at it begins the long climb out of an 0-4 start while Baltimore (3-4) heads into a bye week having lost three of four.Here are five things we learned from two teams heading in opposite directions, at least at the moment:SUISHAM IS SWEET: Suisham knocked in four field goals for the second straight week and is now 14 of 14 on the season. Steelers coach Mike Tomlin awarded his kicker the game ball, though Suisham isn’t quite sure he deserved it.“That’s my job,” Suisham said. “I’m happy that I did it. A lot of guys out there did their job tonight too. It’s a big win for us.”The Steelers needed Suisham to be perfect as its red zone offense continued to have issues. Pittsburgh managed just one touchdown in four trips inside the Baltimore 20.BALTIMORE BLUES: The Ravens’ last three losses have come by a total of eight points. The journey to get things turned around may be short, but Baltimore can’t afford to look like a team that’s dealing with a mild Super Bowl hangover. The defending champions are under .500 this late in the season for the first time since 2009. They rallied to make the postseason back then and remain confident they can do it again.“It’s going to be a dog fight just like it always is in this division,” Flacco said. “Cincinnati won today and they probably have a little bit of a stronghold on it right now, but we haven’t played them yet. We still have a lot of games to go.”THE BELL TOLLS: Pittsburgh rookie running back Le’Veon Bell ran for a season-high 93 yards, the highest total by a Steelers back since Isaac Redman ran for 147 yards against the New York Giants nearly a year ago.Pittsburgh offensive coordinator Todd Haley opened up the playbook to get Bell involved. Bell lined up in the wildcat formation several times, with Roethlisberger lining up at wide receiver.Bell played quarterback in high school, though he’s going to stick to his day job at the moment. There are no plans for him to start throwing it around.“We kind of all put our heads together and came up with some fun, funky-good plays for us,” Roethlisberger said. “They worked out.”JOHN HARBAUGH LIKES TO GAMBLE: The Ravens kicked a field goal to draw within 13-9 early in the fourth quarter when coach John Harbaugh decided it was time for an onside kick. Justin Tucker’s “bunt” however, failed to go the required 10 yards. The Steelers took over and turned the good field position into three points to build a 16-9 edge.With his defense having trouble getting off the field quickly, Harbaugh doesn’t regret the call.“We’re going to try it because we think we can get it,” Harbaugh said. “We thought we had a great shot at getting it. Their guy made a nice play there, made a great play.”THE STEELERS HAVE LIFE: Pittsburgh’s 0-4 start is beginning to look like a distant memory. While the Steelers remain well back of the Bengals, they also aren’t buried yet. Pittsburgh travels to Oakland next week – where the Steelers have struggled – but after such a shaky September they’ll take it.“At 0-4, a lot of people counted us out and we still have an opportunity to turn this thing around,” linebacker LaMarr Woodley said. “Right now we just have to keep marching in the right direction.”___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org___Follow Will Graves at read more

first_imgReturning Class AA All State squad members Terry Swanson and Dravon Henry from Aliquippa. (Courier Photos/William McBride/File)HARRISBURG (AP) — Considering the history at the quarterback position in the WPIAL, what South Fayette signal caller Brett Brumbaugh accomplished this season qualifies as special.The 6-4, 200-pound Brumbaugh established the single-season passing mark for quarterbacks from the Pittsburgh area by throwing for 3,910 yards.South Fayette also erased a bad memory from the 2010 PIAA Class AA championship game by defeating Imhotep Charter 41-0 in the state title game behind Brumbaugh’s 299 yards and three touchdowns.In the end, Brumbaugh had 41 touchdown passes for the undefeated Lions (16-0).Brumbaugh’s strong arm, record-breaking season and overall savvy helped South Fayette win the first state championship in school history and earned the junior Class AA Player of the Year honors as part of the 2013 Pennsylvania Football Writers’ All-State Football Team.South Fayette quarterback Brett Brumbaugh (7) looks for a receiver during the first half of a PIAA high school Class AA championship football game in Hershey, Pa., Sunday, Dec. 15, 2013. (AP Photo/Ralph Wilson)This is the fourth year the selection of the all-state team has been overseen by the sportswriters who cover high school football around the commonwealth. Players were nominated in all four PIAA classifications, then a statewide ballot was sent out affording all the writers to cast their vote.South Fayette coach Joe Rossi guided the Lions to their second state championship game appearance in four years and was named Class AA Coach of the Year.The 2013 Class AA All-State squad features six returning selections including Brumbaugh. Three players are from Aliquippa: Dravon Henry, Terry Swanson and Jaleel Fields. Linebacker Eric Haney from Danville and Paryss Marshall from Catasauqua round out the returnees.With plenty of seniors bound for FBS college programs filling out the big-school classification, it speaks volumes that the voters chose Neshaminy junior running back D’Andre Pollard as the Class AAAA Player of the Year.The 5-7, 170-pound Pollard rushed for a staggering 2,928 yards for the District 1-champion Redskins. He averaged 9.0 yards per carry, scored 39 touchdowns and his 195.2 yards per game over 15 weeks is an impressive number.St. Joseph’s Prep coach Gabe Infante guided the Hawks through a brutal regular season that saw his club lose two games but ultimately came out on top by claiming a state championship. Infante was the choice of the voters as the Class AAAA Coach of the Year.Only four of the 34 Class AAAA All-State selections made the grade a year ago. John Reid from St. Joseph’s Prep and Gateway’s Montae Nicholson made the squad again at defensive back. Lower Dauphin kicker Joe Julius and Erie McDowell offensive lineman Scot Augustine each were selected last season a juniors.A closer look at the Class AA and AAAA teams:CLASS AAOFFENSEQuarterbackMatt Shaffer, Richland, 6-2, 200 seniorBrett Brumbaugh, South Fayette, 6-2, 200 juniorZack Bradley, Catasauqua, 6-1, 177 seniorRunning BackTerry Swanson, Aliquippa, 5-9, 185 seniorShannon Jackson, Fairview, 6-1, 215 seniorRyan Heim, Pine Grove, 5-9, 160 seniorRa’Von Burton, Catasauqua, 5-11, 195 seniorWide ReceiverParyss Marshall, Catasauqua, 6-2, 188 seniorJamal Custis, Neumann-Goretti, 6-5, 205 seniorBrandon Kuntz, Camp Hill Trinity, 6-4, 200 seniorTight EndAlec Bloom, Ligonier Valley, 6-7, 242 seniorOffensive LinemenDylan Brennan, Troy, 6-3, 280 juniorAaron Ruff, Imhotep Charter, 6-5, 300 seniorMac Storm, Northwestern, 6-3, 300 seniorJaleel Fields, Aliquippa, 6-2, 287 seniorBen Henry, Palisades, 6-2, 305 seniorAthleteDravon Henry, Aliquippa, 5-11, 180 seniorDeandre Scott, Imhotep Charter, 5-10, 180 seniorMatt Voytik, Hickory, 6-1, 180 seniorKickerShayne Riley, Danville, 6-0, 150 juniorDEFENSEDefensive LinemenPietro Gaspari, Berks Catholic, 6-1, 215 seniorBen Verhovsek, Richland, 6-0, 230 seniorBrady Mutton, Pen Argyl, 6-2, 260 seniorTyrone Barge, Imhotep Charter, 6-1, 276 seniorLinebackerEric Haney, Danville, 6-0, 210 seniorJared Nosal, Catasauqua, 5-11, 210 seniorRyan Morris, Corry, 6-1, 210 seniorDaulton Linton, Hickory, 5-11, 205 seniorDefensive BackDrew Newcomb, Lewisburg, 6-1, 185 juniorKyle Datres, Loyalsock, 6-1, 185 juniorNoah Osman, Chestnut Ridge, 5-10, 135 juniorMatt Kase, Berks Catholic, 6-0, 185 seniorAthleteJustin Watson, South Fayette, 6-3, 195 seniorCam Richardson, Northwestern Lehigh, 5-8, 155 juniorPlayer of the Year: Brett Brumbaugh, South FayetteCoach of the Year: Joe Rossi, South FayetteCLASS AAAAOFFENSEQuarterbackChris Martin, St. Joseph’s Prep, 5-10, 185 seniorAndrew Ford, Cedar Cliff, 6-2, 195 seniorMark Pyles, Lebanon, 6-0, 215 seniorRunning BackD’Andre Pollard, Neshaminy, 5-7, 170 juniorKareem Williams, Parkland, 6-0, 190 seniorChase Edmonds, CD East, 5-10, 185 seniorSmir Bullock, Archbishop Ryan, 5-7, 165 juniorWide ReceiverTroy Apke, Mt. Lebanon, 6-2, 190 seniorElijah Zeise, North Allegheny, 6-2, 200 seniorTight EndLuke Carrezola, Neshaminy, 6-3, 242 seniorOffensive LinemenScot Augustine, Erie McDowell, 6-1, 200 seniorJon Daniel Runyan, St. Joseph’s Prep, 6-4, 255 juniorAlex Bookser, Mt. Lebanon, 6-6, 295 seniorMichael Grimm, Bethel Park, 6-6, 308 seniorSterling Jenkins, Baldwin, 6-8, 300 juniorEric Gallo, Council Rock South, 6-3, 280 seniorAthleteTroy Spencer, Lower Dauphin, 5-11, 180 seniorEli Redmond, Parkland, 5-7, 175 seniorKickerJoe Julius, Lower Dauphin, 5-11, 200 seniorDEFENSEDefensive LinemenMichal Menet, Exeter Twp., 6-4, 255 sophomoreTrey Klock, Lower Dauphin, 6-4, 260 seniorZack DeLuca, Pittsburgh C.C., 6-2, 240 seniorBen Huss, Upper St. Clair, 6-3, 275 seniorLinebackerTyler Burke, Coatesville, 6-4, 245 seniorZaire Franklin, La Salle College HS, 6-1, 220 seniorNiko Thorpe, Pittsburgh C.C., 5-11, 220 seniorNezar Haddad, Parkland, 6-2, 210 seniorTyler Heisey, Cumberland Valley, 5-11, 195 seniorDefensive BackConnor Golden, Archbishop Ryan, 6-0, 190 seniorJohn Reid, St. Joseph’s Prep, 5-10, 180 juniorMontae Nicholson, Gateway, 6-3, 200 seniorRyan Bonshak, Whitehall, 5-10, 185 seniorAthleteVince Moffett, St. Joseph’s Prep, 5-10, 185 seniorDaquan Worley, Coatesville, 5-11, 175 seniorPlayer of the Year: D’Andre Pollard, NeshaminyCoach of the Year: Gabe Infante, St. Joseph’s PrepCOMING THURSDAY: Class A and AAA teams.last_img read more

first_imgFormer NFL player and sports broadcast host Terry Bradshaw interviews Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll after the NFL football NFC Championship game against the San Francisco 49ers Sunday, Jan. 19, 2014, in Seattle. The Seahawks won 23-17 to advance to Super Bowl XLVIII. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Fox analyst Terry Bradshaw will not appear on the network’s Super Bowl coverage after the death of his father.Fox says that Bill Bradshaw died Thursday after a long illness. He was 86.Michael Strahan will replace Bradshaw on Sunday’s pregame show.A U.S. Navy veteran, Bill Bradshaw retired as vice president of manufacturing for Riley Beaird.Terry Bradshaw won four Super Bowls as quarterback of the Pittsburgh Steelers before going into TV. Michael Strahan speaks during an interview at the NFL Super Bowl XLVIII media center, Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014, in New York. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.orglast_img read more