At one point during the years of 1994 through 1999, Stinson enjoyed winning streaks of 29 and 38 games, winning five NJSIAA state sectional championships. It was an era never before seen in Hudson County and never will be witnessed again.Think about it. Stinson had a five-year stretch where the Red Wings (back then two words) posted a record of 68-1. That’s no misprint. Any football team posting that kind of record anywhere is astounding. Stinson did it right here in our backyard.“When I think about my career, I had a tremendous amount of great players,” Stinson said.He’s right. Stinson had players like Terrell Dortch, Keeon Walker, Rashard Casey, Ravon Anderson, Jason Cassesa, Wilber Valdez — all of whom went on to major college football.“They went on well beyond high school,” Stinson said. “They went to schools all across the country. Without them, none of this ever happens.”Stinson also thanked his wife, Marie, and his four daughters, Marie, Stacy, Kristen and Erin for their support.“They went beyond being proud of their father and husband,” Stinson said. “They validated the success we had over the years.”Stinson was asked if he reflects back to his Hoboken days, especially at times such as these.“As the years go by, I become more and more nostalgic,” Stinson said. “It’s amazing to think that 20 years ago, I had those great players and it starts to creep into your mind, the historical perspective.”Stinson said that he did pause to reflect about the other Hudson County honorees in the NJSIAA Hall of Fame. This is like the granddaddy of high school Hall of Fames in New Jersey, when the state association honors you.“I did take a look at the others and noticed that Joe Coviello [the legendary Memorial football coach] is the only other football coach from Hudson County in this Hall of Fame,” Stinson said. “Joe Coviello was someone I looked up to. He’s someone who coached against the great Vince Lombardi. He taught so many local people about football. And he was a real gentleman. Being the only other football coach from Hudson County in this Hall is a true humbling experience.”Stinson, who was the head coach at places like St. Anthony and Queen of Peace in recent years, and also had stints at Park Ridge and Pascack Hills High School in between his two stints as head coach at Hoboken, ended his 44-year coaching career with a 254-85-5 record.Stinson gained induction with such legendary figures as Al Leiter, the former Yankee and Mets All-Star hurler who once struck out an unbelievable 32 batters in one game for Central Regional High School back in 1984, Milt Wagner, the Camden basketball star who was a key figure in Louisville’s NCAA championship of 1985, Ron “Itchy” Smith, another Camden High School basketball superstar, the late Dr. David Sime, the Fair Lawn track and field Olympian, and John Millar, the legendary soccer coach from Kearny High School.Stinson remembered his first year of being a head coach at Hoboken. It was 1977 and the district was still reeling from the teacher’s strike. He took over the program and guided the Red Wings to a 2-6-1 record. That’s not exactly Hall of Fame material.“I didn’t know if kids wanted to play football back then,” Stinson said. “But that season was certainly a motivating factor to get better. We didn’t exactly start out great, but we ended up getting greater appreciation.”Three years later, Stinson won the first of his six NJSIAA state championships and the rest, as they say, was history.“We beat some good teams along the way,” Stinson said. “It’s certainly not a bad way to end the career. I was happy to get this award. This is the true Hall of Fame, the real one that is statewide. The others I’ve received are nice, but this one stands out.”As well it should. Of all the inductees going back to the initial Class of 1996, only 11 hailed from Hudson County. That says it all…Probably the biggest surprise of the recent Cutter Classic wrestling tournament over the weekend was the performance of Secaucus 220-pounder Saummy Duran.Duran entered the tourney as the No. 3 seed in his bracket, but advanced to the finals with wins over Patrick Brand of Fair Lawn (a pin in 4:36) in the quarterfinals and a 6-4 overtime decision over Andreas Harilau of River Dell in the semifinals.Duran’s dream tourney ended with a defeat to top seeded Mike Urgiles of New Milford in the finals, but for someone who has only been wrestling since he was a sophomore, the strong outing in the season-opening tourney had to open some eyes.“I’ve been working my butt off for this,” said Duran, who lost twice in the tournament the last two years. “My coach [Ed Roesing] told me that I could do it.”“I’ve been coaching him in football and I thought he had what it takes to be a wrestler, so I encouraged him to come out,” Roesing said. “His work ethic is a cut above everyone. He works as hard as anyone I’ve ever coached. He takes charge out there. He cares about everyone. He set his mind this year at this tournament to do something special.”The Secaucus coaching staff is comprised of Ed Roesing and younger brother Sean. Sister Cory is the head volleyball coach. It’s a family that definitely gives back.The strong performance has to help Duran for the rest of the season.“I was confident coming in, but I am more confident now,” Duran said. “Coach said I was going to make it to the finals and I did it. I think I’m starting to realize what he was talking about. I think I can hang now with anyone.” – Jim HagueJim Hague can be reached via e-mail at [email protected] × It was a great day for Ed Stinson last Monday, when the Hoboken native, current Secaucus resident, and long-time football coach was inducted into the NJSIAA Hall of Fame at the Pines Manor in Edison.It was an honor long overdue for Stinson, who set the high school football world on its ear during a reign of dominance at Hoboken High School in the 1990s.
David Glenn Canfield, 48, of Aurora, Indiana, passed away Saturday December 21, 2019 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.He was born August 5, 1971 in Lawrenceburg, IN, son of Glenn N. Canfield and Betty (Simpson) Canfield.He was a life time member of Life Church. David enjoyed greeting people, and taking up offerings at Life Church on Sundays. He loved the church and his “Church Family”. David loved helping people, he always offered to pitch in and help neighbors with tasks. David was a Nascar fan. He also enjoyed bowling, board games, and loved to watch Andy Griffith on TV. David also very interested in the Fire Departments, and used to keep track of their activities on his scannerDavid is survived by his loving parents, Glenn N. Canfield and Betty (Simpson) Canfield .Friends will be received Friday, December 27, 2019, 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm at the Life Church, 201 W. Conwell St., Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at Church, Friday at 2:00 pm, following visitation, with Pastor Kenny Hopper, officiating.Interment will follow in the Mt. Sinai Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana.Contributions may be made to the Life Church, Aurora Fire Department, or Aurora EMS. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Tags:#international#politics#web Related Posts 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Most people were extremely grateful to ditch their old dial-up Internet connections. But for the last couple of days, some Egyptians in the darkness of the Internet blackout, have been grateful to have it back. After over 90% of Egyptian access was shut down with its major ISPs, some have been coordinating these old-style connections through the country. Manal and Alaa, an Egyptian couple currently living in South Africa, and Jacob Appelbaum, and American hacker associated with Wikileaks, have both contributed to the establishment and promotion of dial-upconnections in Egypt during the #jan25 uprising. Dial-up is not the only avenue for those who cannot access the remaining, functional ISP in Egypt, Noor. In fact, all legacy tech seems increasingly important as the latest in communications technologies prove themselves more vulnerable than most of us would have liked to have believed and none of us should have been surprised to see. Ham radio users are busy transforming from (sorry, folks) eccentric anachronism to vital link in the export of Egyptian information. The old-fashioned phone has proven extremely valuable, as well, though both mobile and land lines have been up and down over the last few days. There is a Twitter account, Jan25 Voices, that exists solely to tweet news that comes in to contributors by phone.Very few Egyptians and others in country are able to reach out via Twitter and similar tools. Some of the exceptions, such as Ben Wedeman from CNN and Sarah El Sirgany of Daily News Egypt, have satellite and other workarounds in place.In fact, a situation like this almost insists that traditional journalists prove that far from being replaced by technology, they are its guarantor. In addition to Wedeman and El Sirgany, Qatar-based Al Jazeera is presenting extensive on-the-ground coverage. If you know of other, or more, ways and resources people inside Egypt are using to stay connected to loved ones, friends and the public outside the country, please let us know in the comments. If you know other in-country reporters, please list those as well.UpdatesJosh Mull has provided this list of Egyptians tweeting in-country. An additional source for dial-up numbers is the We are all Khaled Said Facebook page, where visitors are posting them on the wall. To keep up with the latest dialup numbers on offer for Egypt, consult this Twitter search feed. Photos from Al Jazeera English’s Flickr photostream | other sources: Foreign Policy curt hopkins Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting
There is this important concept from Taleb’s work. It’s what he calls Lecturing Birds How to Fly. This stands for the idea that some believe that the research and published papers of the ornithologist are responsible for birds being able to fly. Of course, the birds didn’t need a lecture, and I am almost certain they never read any of the published papers, even if it was what lined their cages.This is why practitioners are more interesting than researchers (even those who produce exceptional works worth studying). The practitioners learn by doing, and so their knowledge is different. The practitioner needs to succeed, not to publish. Nor is the practitioner often compelled to teach others, except maybe those who are close enough to learn from example and by adopting the beliefs and behaviors.When a practitioner does decide to publish what they have learned and what they actually do, it’s worth taking note (even if some of the narrative has the benefit of being written after the fact to serve to teach certain lessons).Taleb, for example, was a derivatives trader who made bets on Black Swan events, those events that have very little chance of ever happening, and when they do, the results are catastrophic. His success depended on his deep understanding of options and fragility. This makes his work worth reading.Bloom used cultural evolution and memetics to drive the careers of many of rock-n-roll’s legends, with a list too large to include here, but think Prince, Michael Jackson, and Aerosmith. His view as to how ideas spread is second to none.Dalio’s work on principles is a one-of-a-kind, provocative, tour de force on how to think about—and live by—your principles. It is the most inspiring work I have read in a long time, especially if you take his challenges to heart.These are practitioners. These are people who are writing from their own personal knowledge and understanding. None of what you read here will teach you to fly, but they will help you fly further, longer, and faster than you do presently, even if there are no research papers referenced. Essential Reading! Get my 3rd book: Eat Their Lunch “The first ever playbook for B2B salespeople on how to win clients and customers who are already being serviced by your competition.” Buy Now
ResultsMen’s Open – Australia 15 defeated England 1 Women’s Open – Australia 11 defeated South Africa 1 Men’s 30’s – Australia 18 defeated Germany 2Men’s 40’s – Australia 16 defeated Scotland 2 Senior Mixed – Australia 8 defeated by New Zealand 9 Men’s 35’s – Australia 8 defeated South Africa 7 Mixed Open – Australia 14 defeated England 1Men’s 40’s – Australia 20 defeated Niue 2Men’s Open – Australia 16 defeated Cook Islands 1Mixed Open – Australia 15 defeated South Africa 2Senior Mixed – Australia 13 defeated England 0 Women’s Open – Australia 21 defeated France 0Stay tuned to the website for more information.
Emery: Arsenal will buy in January if these players don’t produceby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveArsenal boss Unai Emery admits they’ll be active in the January market after defeat at Southampton.They slumped to a shock 3-2 loss against Southampton on Sunday.When asked if he’ll splash the cash in the coming weeks, Emery said: “I don’t know now.“We don’t have a lot of possibilities in January but maybe we can think of someone to sign to help us, but only if we think the other players can’t help us with their performance.“The club will look in January.“It’s not easy. I don’t believe a lot in this transfer window because it’s not a big possibility with the players.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
Chelsea youth coach Joe Cole: Liverpool title favouritesby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea youth coach Joe Cole says Liverpool are title favourites.Cole says Manchester City have “weaknesses” that make Liverpool firm favourites for the Premier League title.“I said it a couple of weeks ago, I said this team’s got everything, they’re fully equipped to win the league and you’ve seen that today with the performance of [Virgil] Van Dijk and [Andy] Robertson,” Cole said on BT Sport.“More importantly I think I put them now as firm favourites because I can see little weaknesses with Man City.“With Liverpool we’ve had to trawl through to find half a weakness, maybe Trent [Alexander-Arnold] gets exposed a little bit because of the system.“They’ve got everything, they were fantastic today and if they don’t win the title this year they will probably go down as the best team not to win it, because they’re fantastic.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
KNOXVILLE, TN – FEBRUARY 27: J.P. Prince #30 of the Tennessee Volunteers dunks the basketball against Eric Bledsoe #24 of the Kentucky Wildcats at Thompson-Boling Arena on February 27, 2010 in Knoxville, Tennessee. Tennessee defeated Kentucky 74-65. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)It is no secret that Memphis (Tenn.) University School offensive tackle and Ole Miss commit Drew Richmond is major target for Tennessee. The Vols are hosting Richmond on his final official visit before signing day on Wednesday, and the student body at today’s Auburn-Tennessee basketball game was well aware of Richmond’s presence. Here’s a Vine of the UT students chanting for the big-time recruit:Tennessee head coach Butch Jones is going all out for Richmond’s visit, personally hosting the prospect himself over the weekend. Jones not-so subtly attempted to get the student section to up its intensity as he and Richmond walked by.Five-star treatment for a five-star prospect. If Richmond doesn’t end up flipping to the Vols this week, it won’t be for lack of trying on Tennessee’s part. [ RockyTopInsider ]
Source:https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0306453018301963 By Dr. Ananya Mandal, MDDec 19 2018A new study has shown that overactive immune systems may be the trigger that gives rise to chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). The study results were published in the latest issue of the journal Psychoneuroendocrinology.The team of researchers from the King’s College London looked at the connection between sensitive immune system and CFS. Chronic fatigue syndrome is associated with long term fatigue that refuses to go away even after the infection is controlled.Alice Russell, a psychiatrist at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) who works with CFS or myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) says, “For the first time, we have shown that people who are prone to develop a CFS-like illness have an overactive immune system, both before and during a challenge to the immune system… Our findings suggest that people who have an exaggerated immune response to a trigger may be more at risk of developing CFS.”The team explains that CFS or ME is a condition that manifests as fatigue that refuses to go away that makes people unable to perform their daily activities. Patients spend their time sleeping or laying bed. The condition affects around 17 to 24 million individuals worldwide who are often not diagnosed and seldom treated. Research in this area is fairly recent they explain. The team now finds that the immune system has a lot to do with the condition and it is not a psychological condition as believed earlier.The researchers looked at a model that can mimic the symptoms of CFS to understand its cause. They included 55 patients with Hepatitis C and these patients were given Interferon alfa as part of their treatment. Interferon alfa is the standard treatment for Hepatitis C and mimics the effects of the immune system when it goes into an overdrive to fight an infection. Interferon alfa can cause fatigue as a side effect and even after the therapy is completed, the drug can cause long lasting fatigue that is similar to CFS.The team noted that 18 of the patients did not recover from the symptoms of fatigue long after the treatment. These patients had similar levels of fatigue as other patients before their treatment started. However their fatigue symptoms worsened and lasted longer than others once the treatment began and then was completed. They found that the fatigue in these patients was linked to a greater immune response compared to the other patients. This means that in some individuals the immune systems are “primed” so that they give an exaggerated response to infections and this can lead to long lasting fatigue, they write. Six months after the treatment was completed, these patients still complained of fatigue.Related StoriesThioredoxin antioxidant could soon be used to improve cancer treatmentSleep quality and fatigue among women with premature ovarian insufficiencyScientists discover rare autoimmune disease triggered by testicular cancerThe researchers were surprised to note that the immune systems of the 54 patients with CFS were similar to 57 individuals who were healthy controls. This means that once the condition develops, the differences in the immune system are no longer detectable, the authors of the study explain. This could be the reason why CFS is difficult to diagnose, the team explains.Co-author Carmine Pariante, an expert in biological psychiatry at King’s College says, “A better understanding of the biology underlying the development of CFS is needed to help patients suffering with this debilitating condition. Although screening tests are a long way off, our results are the first step in identifying those at risk and catching the illness in its crucial early stages.”Authors write in their concluding remarks, “In conclusion, findings from this study support the hypothesis that abnormal immune mechanisms are important in CFS, but only early in the course of the illness, around the time of the trigger, rather than when the syndrome is established…Moreover, our study confirms the importance of the acute fatigue response to the trigger, rather than of the recovery period preceding the illness.”According to Dr Neha Issar-Brown, of the Medical Research Council (MRC), “: CFS/ME is a serious condition and its underpinning biology is poorly understood… Encouragingly, this work sheds light on potential mechanisms of immune dysregulation underlying early stages of chronic fatigue syndrome… The MRC strongly encourages more research to better understand this condition in order to address an area of unmet clinical need.” MRC funded this study.