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What To WatchWalker watch: A lot can probably be learned about where Megan Walker is in her progression. She’s coming off three strong performances, was named the AAC’s freshman of the week, has seemingly locked down the seventh spot in the rotation and earned the right to play an important role down the stretch. Still, UConn’s most recent games have been against Temple, Memphis and Tulane and playing South Carolina on the road is a totally different situation, more daunting and probably a closer game with few minutes for Geno Auriemma to waste. Walker did not enter UConn’s game at Texas Jan. 15, but she has earned trust since then. If she checks in and plays well, UConn has grown as a team.

Stevens in the mix: Azura Stevens sat out last season due to NCAA transfer rules and, therefore, was in street clothes as UConn defeated South Carolina at Gampel Pavilion for its 100th consecutive victory. On Thursday, her 22nd birthday, she adds a new dimension to this rivalry. She has been particularly efficient on offense, and this would be a good game for her to have a defensive breakthrough by helping UConn on the glass and altering shots attempted by players such as Wilson.

Handling Wilson: Expected to be the No. 1 selection in the upcoming WNBA draft, Wilson is a force inside with an ability to score from the perimeter as well. Gabby Williams and Napheesa Collier handled the bulk of the defensive load last year against Wilson, and handled it well. UConn might play it similarly this time,
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with Stevens probably matching up with Wilson, too.

Inside/outside approach: South Carolina does not have strong percentages from the perimeter, but Auriemma warned that the Gamecocks are a better shooting team than one might realize. Many opponents allow South Carolina more room on the perimeter in order to focus on Wilson and Jennings inside.

Soreness, minutes: Many Huskies were given a close look and a breather during practice leading up to this game. On Tuesday, Katie Lou Samuelson made it through the team’s workout but left the Werth Champions Center immediately afterward because she felt ill. Gabby Williams (hip) and Crystal Dangerfield (shin splints) continue to be limited in practice and less than 100 percent. Both missed part of practice Tuesday. Kia Nurse hit the sideline for a little while, too, with hamstring soreness. The Huskies are preparing as usual, and Geno Auriemma doesn’t seem overly concerned, saying that these situations simply need to be monitored.

Atmosphere: Colonial Life Arena is considered one of the loudest and most intimidating places to play. UConn earned a 66 54 victory in its most recent trip there, before a sellout of 18,000 on Feb. 8, 2016. The Huskies can’t allow the crowd to affect them, and recent experience in a victory at Texas should help. Most UConn players are used to the big stage, of course. “Nothing new,” Williams said.
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Steady streams of displaced Fort McMurray evacuated individuals, couples, and families found their way to a volunteer led temporary donation evacuee centre at Fort Saskatchewan Royal Canadian Legion Branch 27 since May 4.

Leaning against the doorway to the Alberta Heartland Primary Care Network temporary help room, Aubrey Sweetapple looked on as his wife, Joy, seeks prescription information and received consoling hugs from PNC staff. The elderly couple relocated from Newfoundland to Fort McMurray seven years ago to be closer to their children and their young families. The Sweetapples were redirected twice through Fort McMurray as thousands of vehicles fled the burning city on May 3. After leaving his Timberlea neighbourhood, he drove through flames twice.

drove through Fort Mac around 12:30 at night. It was bumper to bumper. It was just chaos. You had eight lanes of traffic all going one way (south) and you have people trying to pass you driving in the ditch, selfish, the 65 year old recalled.

along the way there were buses, cars, taxis, trucks, everything was all stuck in the median from people who were trying to get away from the flames on the way out of town. I was woken up in a cold sweat and just sick. You don know where you going to, what you doing next. Who knows where we end up now.

When scaffolder Mike Johnston looked outside his door in the afternoon of May 3, he could see flames licking tree tops right behind his house. He recalled the white smoke turned to black and looked as if a thunderstorm was rolling in. His family was one of hundreds who found their way to Fort Saskatchewan after hearing about the evacuee centre from people staying in Wandering River.

house might still be up. Ours is really close to where everything was burned. We seen some videos that show it still standing but most of Abasand is not in good shape.

I was out of it. I was sick to my stomach. But I knew they were in good hands, they were with my sister, Lewis recalled.

In the commotion of packing, Johnston forgot to grab the boy bag on the stairway and his heart sank when he went to look for it later in their truck. The couple noted they were able to take personal photos and everything else can be replaced. Again with flames on either side of the streets, the couple described their journey south was like driving through an oven and heard propane tanks explode one after another. It almost like a living thing. It crazy. I never seen anything like it, he described.

The family returned to a camp in Wandering River to plan what next. Lewis eyes panned off into the distance, detailing what the first 72 hours.

just looks like zombies, especially people who have little kids. It heartbreaking, she said.

Emotionally drained parents, Peter Troy and Mindy Bradbury also found their way to the Legion, following a tiring 16 hour escape from Fort Mac to Morinville. Along with their six year old daughter, the couple was rerouted twice through the city.

the time we got through the city, everything was flattened, Troy said.

was smoky. There were flames going down the hill. The Super 8 was on fire. Everything was black. It was scary. It looked like we were in a really bad movie, Bradbury said, daughter looked at me and said, that real Mommy? She said it looked like lava was coming down the hill, full of flames. We just drove bumper to bumper for hours. Every time I close my eyes, that what I see. The couple is holding onto the hope their Thickwood home wasn taken by the flames.

had a bag that had a video camera and six SD cards with video and photos of Addison when she was a baby. The first time she walked and all that stuff. You can replace that, she said.

Thinking about what next and when they might be able to return is too mind boggling for all those affected.

don know what to do. I don know what to think. I don know where to turn, Bradbury said.

Launched on May 3, hundreds of local residents stepped up to coordinate the centre and organize the massive amount of donations coming through the Legion doors. Food, clothing, blankets, baby items, and pet supplies lined tables.

Countless trucks have been sent to other evacuee centres, such as Boyle, as well as supplies destined for McMurray firefighters. One of the many organizers, Tawnie Misik was overwhelmed by the support.

had more volunteers than we thought and more people came through than we thought. Other evacuee sites are sending people here. Northlands Expo people are talking about us there, it great. We want to be that community who helps out. We want to be there for Fort Mac, Misik said.

think Sheldon Bossert said it the best, are a small city with a big heart Everybody wants to do something. If they can offer money, they offer time. Just the amount of businesses who have been helping, and nobody wants a thank you, they just doing it, she added.

She noted evacuees who know their homes burned are prepared to rebuild, those who know their homes are safe know this situation is temporary, but the ones who don know either way what they have left are struggling the most.

A second donation centre was set up on Sunday at the old Sear building in the light industrial area, located at 114 8818 111 Street. Since May 4, the centre helped more than 1,300 evacuees.
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“It isn’t about outfit. It’s not about lust and desire or anything like that,” said Jeremy Lyne, adjunct psychology professor. “It’s about power. In these kinds of situations, that’s what it’s all about.”

Most people walked away with the same impression. The clothes looked ordinary. The victims are women, men and children, showing that sexual assault could happen to anyone.

“As I was walking through, I was thinking I know people that have things similar to that,” said Friends student Zeek Craven. “Or I myself have worn things that are similar to that.”

Organizers say instead of posting pictures of the victims and their stories, showing the clothes they were wearing makes it more relatable to visitors.

Friends student Casey Stewart said. “I think it’s become more emotional than we thought it was going to be. A lot of people are really kind of opening up and realizing that this is something that occurs more often than we think.”

One stigma of sexual assault victims is that victims are often blamed for their clothing choice. The exhibit shows just the opposite.

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At the 2017 Academy Awards, one year ago this week, stars including Octavia Spencer and Olivia Culpo walked the Oscars red carpet looking resplendent in their Marchesa gowns.

That likely won’t be the case this year. For the first time since the brand launch in 2004, zero actresses wore Marchesa to the Golden Globes, a trend which will almost certainly continue at the Oscars March 4 The once beloved line was a mainstay at major Hollywood events as recent as the Emmys in September 2017 the fall of Harvey Weinstein also implicated his ex wife , Marchesa co founder Georgina Chapman. With the brand canceling their New York Fashion Week show in February and their designs all but disappeared from the red carpets, Marchesa future is uncertain.

think it’s pretty obvious why we’re not seeing Marchesa on the red carpet right now, says Tom Fitzgerald, who critiques celebrity fashion with his husband Lorenzo Marquez at Tom and Lorenzo. Chapman has more or less gone into hiding and no one in Hollywood wants to touch any brand or project associated with Harvey Weinstein, even tangentially. Marchesa at this point in time could be read as tacit support of Weinstein at worst and complete ignorance of the news at best, and neither is a good look, says Jessica Morgan, one half of the Fug Girls, who founded the celebrity fashion blog Go Fug Yourself in 2004 with Heather Cocks. from a purely PR related level, wearing Marchesa is going to open a celebrity up to questions that she is not going to want to have to answer, namely, you wearing Marchesa as a vote of support for Harvey Weinstein? began dating Chapman in 2004, around when the designer was launching Marchesa with co founder Keren Craig. Weinstein was the kingmaking head of Miramax at the time, and it wasn long before a Miramax associated actress gave Marchesa its major red carpet debut, with Ren Zellweger wearing one of the line gowns to the Miramax film Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason London premiere.

Related: Weinstein Co. expected to file bankruptcy after talks fail

More: How is Georgina Chapman Marchesa handling New York Fashion Week amid Weinstein scandal?

In the wake of the Weinstein scandal, speculation has swirled about whether, as part of his tyrannical and abusive Hollywood reign, he demanded talent to wear his wife designs to major events. I helped, but just very, very little, with Ren Zellweger, Weinstein told Vanity Fair in 2013 about his influence, stopping short of any other admissions.

has always been a persistent rumor that actresses in Weinstein projects were more or less ordered to wear Marchesa,” Fitzgerald says. “We don’t know if that’s true, but the fact that it disappeared at the same time Harvey Weinstein fell into disgrace suggests there’s some connection in people’s minds.”

In the years after Weinstein and Chapman pairing, not an Oscars or Golden Globes would go by without Marchesa dressing actresses in romance on steroids, princess fantasy gowns, Marquez says. style has always been very approachable, understandable, and relatively easy wear to wear. Big gowns with lots of flowers and sparkle in traditionally feminine colors. he added, weren’t exactly re inventing the wheel. Marchesa has gained a different reputation, inextricably linked to Weinstein downfall. And the brand whiplash fast change in fortunes raises questions about whether Chapman, who was married to Weinstein during the years when he committed heinous acts of abuse and blackmail, can ever escape the specter of her ex husband.

On the one hand, Weinstein felling of Marchesa can seem deeply unfair to Chapman and her co founder Craig, two female designers who built a brand with staying power.

the scandal, Marchesa was considered one of the many reliable go to lines for something girly and glamorous. However much money Harvey may have sunk into it, and whatever strong arming he may have done, the line got where it did because people chose to keep wearing it, Cocks says. “Whatever roots Harvey helped her put down, (Chapman) grew the tree. She and Keren designed the clothes; their craftsmen made them. The people I feel sorry for are the employees who depend on (Marchesa’s) income, and to a lesser degree Keren Craig, her partner who can at least more plausibly claim not to have known any salacious details about Harvey’s misdeeds.”

of the worst things about the MeToo fallout is the way people rush to find a woman to blame for a man’s actions, Fitzgerald agreed, while acknowledging that it hard to ignore the benefits Marchesa saw from Chapman and Weinstein partnership.

didn’t want to assume that Georgina Chapman was somehow complicit in Harvey Weinstein’s actions, but it’s hard not to see how much she benefited from her marriage to him, when you note how many of the actresses in his films wound up wearing her dresses to promote them.

Georgina runs into problems is: Harvey’s grossness sounds like it was the worst kept secret in the industry, and that fact that she’s stayed with him for so long, and had his children, makes it a real challenge to imagine that she had never heard a whiff of any of it, Cocks says. can be a sad figure who was just trying to make a business alliance that would create a legacy for herself, and also have become complicit. She had two decades to morph from one into the other, and I suspect that’s where the truth lies. and Weinstein reached a divorce settlement in January, per People and E! News, which may signal the beginning of Marchesa road to recovery, with Chapman also appearing on the forthcoming season of Project Runway All Stars airing later this year. Yet, Chapman will need to do more than separate her financials from Weinstein to help her brand recover from its near fatal blow.

think it’ll be hard for Marchesa to come back. Not without heavily stage directing the redemption tour, Cocks says. the thing is, even if Georgina is totally sincere in all of it and just genuinely got blind sided, there are a lot of PR hurdles for actresses to get over if they wear clothes whose funds in any way line Harvey’s pockets. The cynic in me thinks Georgina filing for divorce was the first step in that plan. I’d also expect a tearful interview, and maybe a brief pause in activity before a relaunching maybe via a runway show.

To gain trust back from Hollywood and the public alike, Chapman will likely have to become the face of Marchesa recovery. And that means speaking publicly about the scandal, which she hasn done since issuing a short statement in October announcing she was leaving her husband.

a name change, or Georgina possibly starting a line under her own name, the Marchesa brand might be able to bounce back if it comes back with a new line making a new statement, Marquez says. the world something they wouldn’t expect from you. Give them reason to believe you’ve turned over a new leaf and have a new approach. Not because she’s guilty of anything, but because the brand will need to shed any associations with its past. A radical new creative direction is what it needs. course, that’s only possible if Hollywood is willing to take Marchesa back.
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The NFL season has finally arrived.

After months of waiting and watching the wild offseason, NFL draft, minicamp, training camp and preseason, the real games are back.

Now we can get back to the business of picking all the games correctly starting with Thursday night’s Chiefs Patriots battle. Along with Thursday, Sunday, Sunday night, Monday night entertainment and fantasy football, something else has returned to our weekly NFL fix: Point spreads and watching each and every score throughout the league.

During each week of the 2017 season, our experts will weigh in with picks for the week.

The Miami Dolphins’ season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has been postponed until Nov. 19 because of Hurricane Irma.

The switch Wednesday to Week 11 by the NFL was possible because that had been a bye week for both teams. League officials earlier announced the game would not be played in Miami this week, and then decided against moving it to a neutral site.

Irma is forecast to threaten South Florida this weekend.

Both teams resisted switching to Nov. 19 because it means playing the entire season without a break.

“Our guys kind of need that bye week to get healthy and kind of push through the second half of the season,” Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler said Tuesday. “It’s not an ideal situation not to have a bye.”

The Dolphins will now open Sept. 17 at the Los Angeles Chargers, and their first home game won’t be until Oct. 8 against the Tennessee Titans. Their game at London on Oct. 1 against New Orleans is designated a home game for Miami.

Tampa Bay will open Sept. 17 at home against the Chicago Bears.

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The Buccaneers planned to practice Wednesday, but the Dolphins canceled practice and gave players the rest of the week off to prepare for the hurricane.

“A lot these guys have a lot on their plate moving their families, and you’ve got people coming in, and your house and your cars,” said Cutler, who joined the team a month ago.

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The menace of Irma and the postponement of the opener are the latest setbacks for the Dolphins, who endured an injury filled training camp that included the loss of quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who required season ending knee surgery.
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But Morrison’s absence won’t be the only major change coming the long running fairy tale mash up’s way. Co creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis are in the midst of a near total reboot of the series, meaning that Storybrooke is going to look very, very different this fall. Here’s everything you need to know about OUAT season seven.

Along with Morrison, E! News has confirmed that long time series regulars Ginnifer Goodwin, Josh Dallas, Jared Gilmore, Emilie de Ravin and Rebecca Mader would not be returning for the new season. Mader broke news of her departure on Instagram with an emotional post, telling fans, “This wasn’t my choice but a creative decision of the show’s that I totally respect and understand.” Horowitz and Kitsis later confirmed the full extent of the departures with a lengthy statement praising each actor’s indelible contribution to the series, while also commenting on their possible returns.

“Words can’t do justice to what Ginny, Josh, Emilie, Rebecca and Jared brought to ONCE UPON A TIME but we’ll try never have we had the privilege of working with a more talented group of collaborators. Each brought unique talent, incredible intelligence, and their own individual bit of magic as they gave life to these iconic characters.

Ginny reinvented Snow White for a modern audience there was no way she would be stuck cleaning up after dwarfs, she created an iconic empowered heroine for the 21st century.

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Emilie took the character of Belle to a deep and soulful place, bringing great intelligence and warmth to the character, making her fiercely independent, strong willed but also an eternal optimist who saw only the best in all those she encountered.

Rebecca took us on a broomstick roller coaster ride as she re invented the Wicked Witch of the West by finding the pain beneath the green. She made the character soar to incredible heights while always keeping her grounded and relatable.

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We can’t thank them enough for the hard work, dedication, and passion they delivered day in and day out. Without them there would be no ONCE UPON A TIME.

As ONCE continues, this group will always be the beating heart of the show. And even though we won’t be with them every week, in a show about magic and hope, we fervently believe it won’t be the last we see of them. ”

Who’s In

With so few series regulars left, the rebooted seventh season will have a sharper focus on Lana Parrilla’s Regina, Colin O’Donoghue’s newlywed Captain Hook and Robert Carlyle’s Rumplestiltskin. How, exactly, Hook and Rumple will go on without the loves of their lives, Emma and Belle, remains to be seen. But perhaps there’s already an explanation for how Regina might move on without son Henry. Season six finale guest stars Andrew J. West and Alison Fernandez are also reported to be involved in the new phase of the series, with potential to stick around in season seven long term. And one only need compare a photo of Gilmore to a photo of West to get their theory wheels in motion about who he might be playing. Hint: Henry all grown up. (H/t to EW for that stellar theory!)

How It Will All Go Down

With Sunday’s two hour finale on the way, Horowitz and Kitsis promise all will be clear soon. “I think the way we sort of look at it is these are stories for these characters and there are set end points to different stories but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t new stories for different characters,” Horowitz recently told reporters. “So I think that by the end of the season finale, a lot of what we’ve been doing for the last six years is wrapped up in a very satisfying way and then we move forward in a way that at the end of it, hopefully you’ll see what we’re hoping to do in season seven.”

Kitsis added: “I think if there’s one thing this show has done, it’s reinvented itself every year and so this show has the ability to be many different shows so we feel like creatively it’s time to end a few stories but the new show, we feel like this is the kind of show that regenerates. And I think when you see the ending you’ll go, yeah!'”
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Kerrie Sunderman and Tammy Duggan were joined by members of Lifespring Church, who also volunteered.

The teachers said the evacuees included some of their current and former students, who had gathered with their families when the call for an emergency evacuation went out in towns downstream from Oroville Dam.

Some of the students said they were scared, and the teachers told them to see the time away from home as an adventure.

Sunderman quipped she have plenty of relevant lesson plans for her fifth graders when everyone returns to class lessons on erosion and water supply, for example.

The meals were welcome, because many people left their homes quickly.

Donald Boone said he heard the evacuation alert on his phone late Sunday afternoon and waited for his parents to arrive at his house. They stopped for gas in Oroville, and the line was backed up down Myers Street, with cars around to Olive Highway. Boone said there was also a line of cars heading for hotel rooms at the casino.

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Boone said. He was happy to have a cot last night, but his bed at home is much better.

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California Highway Patrol directed traffic to flow the wrong way on the highway, which appeared to be illegal to others who were stuck in the normal north bound lanes of the highway.

Today would be a long, slow day, Cortright said, nodding in the direction of her 5 year old son, who was sitting at a cot with a neighbor.

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Other pieces he saved include an early Victorian lace parasol, an early 19th century muslin dress and an elaborate Edwardian beaded lace trimmed jacket.

A home made 1930s crushed velvet wedding dress shows off the bride’s tiny waist and the little chiffon dress help illustrate the dramatic change in women’s fashion in the early years of the 20th century.

“We have the very stiff and structured formal bustle skirt which made it very difficult for women to move easily, but this was the fashion at the time.

“Then you have the unstructured and fluid wedding dress with soft natural lines.

“It just shows how women’s lives altered so much over this period.”

Some of the outfits are old fashioned mourning clothes for women.

In the first year of mourning women were supposed to wear very dull materials like crepe with no ornaments.

The museum has on show an outfit which marked the second year of mourning, where silk was allowed to be used along with a little bit of embroidery.

The wedding dress was donated by the museum’s treasurer and was worn by her mother Cynthia Chase at her wedding in August 1939 just before the start of the war.

The exhibition also shows some late 18th/early 19th century sunshine yellow embroidered silk dress material.

It was found rolled around a walking cane in the attic of a house in Tyler’s Green, Cuckfield.

Mrs Malins said: “When we told people we were doing this exhibition, we had a lot of offers of items that had been tucked away.

“Our treasurer has loved seeing her mother’s wedding dress displayed on the mannequin as she says it gives her a better idea of what it looked like instead of simply lying folded up.

Cuckfield Museum in the High Street opened in 1981 and traces the history of the town from its earliest days to more recent times.

The basis of its main collection is derived from the banker and local philanthropist Richard Bevan who was the leading instigator of the building of the Queen’s Hall in celebration of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in 1897.

The Bevan family bequeathed to Cuckfield a number of items from Horsgate, the house built for them in 1865.

The museum has full accreditation status which is confirmation it meets national professional standards in key areas of museum management, collection care and public services.

It is an entirely self funded, volunteer run organisation and the accreditation also makes the museum eligible for much needed grants and awards offered by a range of heritage protection bodies.
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The Woodstown High School wrestling team is ready to hang a banner.

The Wolverines knocked off the Tri County Conference Diamond Division standard bearers Delsea, 38 26, on Wednesday night in a matchup between the last two undefeated teams in the Diamond.

Woodstown accomplished the feat by winning eight straight matches, picking off the Crusaders a decision at a time and taking advantage of three Delsea forfeits.

happy about it, obviously, said Woodstown coach Adam Hyland. wanted to get a banner on the wall. Everybody always asks me when we going to get a banner, so it really gratifying. To beat a team like Delsea who I really respect makes it extra special. It nice to be in a division with them and get it done.

wrote it out on paper and had it as a tie. I knew we had a shot. We been working a lot in practice wrestling last seconds of each period. Being in great shape, being a little more hungry. I really proud of my guys.

Down 9 0 after a 7 6 win at heavyweight by Phil Green and an Asa Walton (106) pin, Woodstown started chipping away. Hunter Gandy (113) won by major decision and Jack Prendergast 5 1 decision over Chris Recinto continued the run.

Justin Layton (126) won 4 1 over Justin Dougherty, then Giovanni Chiesa (132) scored late to force overtime and came out on top in a scramble in the extra period for a 5 3 win over John Patterson.

thought I was winning at the end of the third and then thought man we going overtime, said Chiesa. has some crazy hips, every time I got in on a shot, he was upside down, throwing his legs everywhere. I was holding on for dear life at the end.

been waiting for this forever, we never beaten Delsea. We just have to send it. That our motto this year.

When Dean Weiss (138) knocked off Tim Spatola, the match was all but over with three Crusader forfeits coming. Brian Berry (145) then picked up a major decision to put Woodstown up 20 9 to officially seal the match.

definitely believed in the team, thought we had worked hard enough to do this, said Weiss. definitely trained for this. It feels pretty awesome. First conference win, never beat them. Every kid on the team was honored to have this.

The Crusaders received pins from Mason Maxwell (170) and Billy Janzer (182) and a technical fall from Tommy Maxwell (195) but forfeits at 152, 160 and 220 prevented the comeback. Nick Bennett, one of the Crusaders top middle weights, was out with the flu.

(132 and 138 matches) were must haves, and after that we were behind the 8 ball, said Delsea coach Greg Sawyer. is the kind of year it been for us. I hoping to be able to have a full team next week and make a run at (South Jersey Group 3). But these matches are good, they keep everyone on their toes.

matched up well with us, but they beat us on toughness. Lately we have been wrestling a lot tougher, but we go back and address it again. You don want people coming into your gym and beat you like that, but it is what it is. They deserve it.

Woodstown wrestlers arrived at the gymnasium in dress clothes, which Woodstown coach Adam Hyland said has been a custom for some road trips.

been doing that all year, they want to look good and represent Woodstown well, said Hyland. did that on their own, I didn ask them to do it. They all wore ties tonight, I didn even wear a tie. But they want to be well respected and want to be the classiest team in the building. So it pretty cool.
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A 15 month old Kula girl may be one of the heaviest toddlers in the world, and doctors have no idea why and how she continues to grow.

Kailani Riggs, who turned 15 months old Thursday, stands 35 inches tall and weighs more than 50 pounds. She wears the clothes of a 10 to 12 year old child and struggles to stand on her own two feet.

Simonson has tracked Kailani progress since birth and noticed that within the first month she was gaining more than a pound a week. She said she had a bigger bellybutton than normal and worried that it may be infected so the infant was sent to Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children on Oahu.

Doctors kept close track of how much milk Kailani was drinking, tested her blood, sought speech and occupational therapy, checked her motor controls and conducted several other tests, but found no abnormalities, Simonson said. She said she is fed a normal amount of food, but gains more than a normal amount of weight.

seen a lot of nutritionists who come up with meal plans, and the mom is very strict, Simonson said. of that seems to matter. None of it made a significant difference.

far as I know, she the biggest baby for her age, and it by quite a bit. outgrows clothes in a matter of months, and her weight has become too much for her mother to carry. Family members say she has outgrown every stroller on the market and they have sometimes used a shopping cart to push her around.

been extremely heavy to carry, said her mother, Melissa Riggs. threw out my back so bad that I couldn get off the floor or off the bed. It was a miracle that I rested it a day and was able to walk around and continue to take care of her.

for about one day I couldn even move. I was in tears, and I still in a lot of pain. said that she is in constant pain from carrying her daughter, and her husband suffers from back problems too, so he can only hold her for so long. She said she had to quit her job to take care of Kailani because she requires full time care.

The family has struggled to pay for genetic tests, which its insurance company has continually refused to pay, Riggs said. She said Kapiolani ended up paying for a genetic sequence test that examines over a thousand genes which came up negative and she does not know if she will end up having to pay for it later.

A single test takes months to get approved and costs thousands of dollars.

doctors have written referrals for the testing, but our insurance denied them because they say it doesn fit her diagnosis, Riggs said. keep trying to tell them that she doesn have a diagnosis, and that what we trying to find. are now referring Kailani to a children hospital at Stanford University in California and awaiting an appointment. The family insurance, once again, denied the referrals. To make matters worse,
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the family is on the verge of living in a tent in a relative backyard after recently being told by its landlord to leave its rental unit, Riggs said.

Family members are accepting donations and hoping to hold a fundraiser soon to help pay for Kailani trip to the Mainland. Riggs said they have family in California they hope to stay with if they can afford the trip.

really scary because the rental situation is pretty crazy, as you know, she said. just got a job; I haven been working to take care of Kailani, but because it such a crisis I was able to get work two nights a week. My husband lost his job a couple weeks ago, but got a new job at Macy so that good.

been looking for a place, but we don have any savings. We just making it. hopes doctors at Stanford might be familiar with Kailani condition and can find the particular mutation or problem in her DNA. She suspects the issue is in her genes, but does not know where to look.

Answers will need to come soon for Kailani, whose weight is beginning to affect her organs, especially her liver, Simonson said. Over the past eight months, fat has begun to be stored inside her liver and around her heart and other places of her body. The deposits, which can cause damage over time, form because the fat has nowhere else to go.

Kailani could develop diabetes soon and is a high risk to have a heart attack, stroke, kidney failure or other ailments by the time she becomes a teenager, Simonson said.

at any time, she said. being monitored just like an adult who obese. Kailani faces physical hardships, she has become a spectacle in public.

Riggs said that people regularly stop them on the street, with some pointing, pinching her daughter fat or giving them looks. She said other children have teased her daughter and other mothers believe she is feeding her too much.

are looking at me thinking, must force feed her baby all the time, she said. honestly don even go out as much because people just stare everywhere we go. does not like to think there is anything wrong with her daughter, but she is aware of her complications. She was tremendously grateful to Kapiolani and the numerous doctors who have cared for Kailani.

Simonson said that Kailani is her office celebrity, with everyone taking turns holding her.

a very bright baby, Simonson said. smart and a lot of fun to be around,
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so we really adore her. is hopeful they will find an answer soon.