Everyone is invited to a CS50, “Introduction to Computer Science,” AMA (Ask Me Anything) with David J. Malan, Robert Bowden, Zamyla Chan, Jason Hirschhorn, and team.The AMA will take place on Wednesday, February 18, from noon-7 p.m. (EST).http://www.reddit.com/r/iama“Basically, /r/IAmA is a place to interview people, but in a new way. ‘IAmA’ is the traditional way of beginning the description of who you are; ‘AMA’ is the traditional way of ending the description; the acronym means ‘Ask me anything.’ The interviewee begins the process by starting a post, describing who they are and what they do. Then, commenters leave questions and can vote on other questions according to which they would like to see answered. The interviewee then goes through and responds to any questions that he/she would like, and in any way that he/she prefers.”For more information:https://www.facebook.com/events/777042082349392/http://www.reddit.com/r/cs50/comments/2uc8d4/cs50_ama_with_david_rob_zamyla_and_jason_on/ Read Full Story
By Kelly NinasNORTH PLATTE, Neb. (Aug. 5) – Colton Osborn took the lead on the 12th circuit and then drove his way through lapped traffic to win the IMCA Modified feature Saturday at Lincoln County Raceway.Osborn had started seventh and worked the low groove to put himself in position to make the pass for the lead. Osborn slipped past early leader David Murray Jr., who led the initial 11 laps before falling back to second.Casey Werkmeister was the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car winner and Luke Wassom led the distance in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock main.Jamey Kennicutt led from lap three to the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod checkers while Erik Nelson returned to North Platte to pace the Mach-1 Sport Compacts.
SULLIVAN – The George Stevens Academy boys’ and girls’ cross country teams won the Seacoast Invitational on Friday.The GSA girls won with 15 points, and the boys won with 18.For the girls, nine GSA runners placed among the top 11 finishers in the 5K. Eliza Broughton won in 17 minutes and 38 seconds; Zeya Lorio took second in 18:18; Mary Richardson, third in 18:22; Hanna Gutow, fifth in 19:08; Tess Williamson, sixth in 19:16; Bella Cimeno, seventh in 19:33; Alessandra Rovescala, ninth in 19:36; Emma Larson-Whittaker; and Rachel DesFosses, 11 in 20:39.Tasha Clement of Bucksport placed fourth in 19:07.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textFor the boys, GSA’s Will Entwisle won in 15:43. Oliver Dillon took second (15:44); Oliver Broughton, fourth (16:13); and Aylen Wolf, fifth (16:13).Brendan Penfold of Deer Isle-Stonington placed sixth in 16:13.Find more results at the links below:Girls’ resultsBoys’ results
THERE were wins for the National men’s and women’s teams, as the 2017 GTT Indoor championship continued at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall on Tuesday evening.In the first of the matches, the Ladies unit were up against the more physical Antonio’s Grill Hikers.However, the Ladies proved that girl power is nothing to mess around as they trampled their opponents 8-2.Their victory was led by a pair of field goals each from Aliyah Gordon and Tricia Woodroffe as the side showed their full grace and splendour.It was Gordon who opened the scoring after a clean interception on a Hikers Long pass. She returned to complete the double in the 8th minute.Also finding the nets on the night were Marzana Fiedtkou (5th minute), Latacia Chung (27th minute), Maria Munroe (29th minute) and Nicole Eastman (30th minute).Meanwhile, the National Men’s side were in no playful mood as they thrashed Saints Hockey Club 11-0Robert France and Jamarj Assanah both slammed 4 goals each while Andrew Stuart scored a double and Ryan Branford notched up one goal to complete the rout.The Greens, on the other hand, were made to work a little more as they finally overcame the old Fort Titans.Arody Bradford scored twice in the win 5:3 with a strike each from Aderemi Simon, Jason Dos Santos and Kevin Spencer.For the losing side, it was John Abrahams double and Ascofu Simon’s lone strike that accounted for the goals.The other results of the night saw GCC Pitbulls defeat Hikers 5-1, GCC Spartans draw 1-1 with the ever-improving Old Fort Shooting Stars in the women’s division, while Saints Hockey Club lost to Saint Stanislaus Hockey Club 5-3 and Pepsi Hikers suffered a demoralising 8-1 defeat at the hands of Bounty GCC.