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Central Valley, Ceres High conclude volleyball season

Ceres High’s girls volleyball program compiled a 9-13 overall record and took sixth in the Western Athletic Conference standings with a 5-9 mark this fall.The Bulldogs dropped 9 of 13 matches while struggling to a last-place finish in the WAC last season.“We were very competitive,” Ceres High leader Kelly Heese said while assessing her team’s performance in 2022. “I saw growth in every single one of my players. That’s all you can ask for as a coach.”The Bulldogs snapped a three-m...

Ceres High’s girls volleyball program compiled a 9-13 overall record and took sixth in the Western Athletic Conference standings with a 5-9 mark this fall.

The Bulldogs dropped 9 of 13 matches while struggling to a last-place finish in the WAC last season.

“We were very competitive,” Ceres High leader Kelly Heese said while assessing her team’s performance in 2022. “I saw growth in every single one of my players. That’s all you can ask for as a coach.”

The Bulldogs snapped a three-match losing streak with a 3-0 (25-19, 25-18, 25-22) victory over the host Grace Davis Spartans on Oct. 18.

“It’s always nice to end the season on a positive note,” Heese said.

Ceres High erased a 10-0 deficit in the third game versus Grace Davis.

“We started to pass the ball again,” Heese said.

Visiting Ceres High squandered a two-games-to-none lead in losing 3-2 (21-23, 23-25, 25-19, 25-21, 15-6) at Mountain House on Oct. 13.

The Bulldogs won the first meeting, 3-1 (25-20, 23-25, 25-22, 25-23), on Sept. 20 in Ceres.

Ceres High lost 3-2 (19-25, 25-21, 22-25, 25-5, 15-12) to Los Banos on Senior Night at Phil de la Porte Gymnasium on Oct. 12.

Starters Dominique Arendt, Jazmyne Arendt, Jada Harris, Sehren Martinez, Abi Prado and Ally Strehl competed at home for the final time as the Bulldogs failed to exact revenge for a 3-2 (25-14, 25-12, 21-25, 24-26, 15-13) loss.

Harris, Martinez, Prado, Strehl, Dominique Arendt and Jazmyne Arendt will be lost to graduation in June.

“I’m going to miss them,” Heese said.

The Bulldogs’ conference schedule included matches against Beyer, Grace Davis, Johansen, Los Banos, Pacheco, Lathrop and Mountain House.

Ceres High beat Grace Davis and Johansen twice and Mountain House once.

Beyer (14-0), Lathrop (12-2), Pacheco (9-5), Los Banos (7-7) and Mountain House (7-7) placed first, second, third, fourth and fifth, respectively.

Last-place Johansen (1-13) and Grace Davis (1-13) posted identical records.

Beyer, Lathrop and Pacheco qualified for the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs.

“I know we should have finished better than we did,” Heese said. “The girls know that as well. We could never figure out how to bring our individual talent together as a team.”

Ceres High will compete with a revamped roster next fall.

Returnees Jasmeen Kaur, Laurin Morton and Anaia Terrill will fill bigger roles on the team.

Mariah Zamora, a standout at the junior-varsity level this season, will also contribute.

“When you tear down a house and rebuild, you want to make it better than it was,” Heese said. “It will be interesting to see where we’re at next year. I think we’ll be successful.”

Hawks last in CCC

Central Valley High School’s girls volleyball team dropped its final match of the 2022 season, 3-0, to visiting Atwater on Senior Night in Ceres on Oct. 17.

The Hawks will lose 10 upperclassmen to graduation, including Bella Carrera, Alondra Carrillo, Soriah Corona, Lisette Estrella, Janessa Godinez, Victoria Lloyd, Yaresli Lopez, Allie Peterman, Gabriella Ramirez and Akem Sandhu.

“Janessa and Bella were the leaders,” head coach Regina Selfridge said. “They will be missed. Bella leads by example. She works hard every single play either in practice or during a game. Both girls are natural leaders.”

The Hawks posted an 0-21 overall record and finished in last place in the Central California Conference standings with an 0-12 mark.

“Of course we always want to do better,” Selfridge said.

“Hard to close the (competitive gap) when the other teams have half or more of their squads at all levels playing year-round,” she added.

Central Valley lost 11 of their 12 league matches by identical scores of 3-0.

The Hawks dropped home-and-away matches to Atwater, El Capitan, Golden Valley, Merced, Buhach Colony and Patterson.

Central Valley’s most competitive match was against Patterson. The Tigers rallied for a 3-2 win over the Hawks on Sept. 12 in Ceres. Patterson swept Central Valley, 3-0, during the second meeting.

“Definitely improvement this season,” Selfridge said. “We had some excellent blocking. We had some incredible digs.”

The Hawks will face a rebuilding in 2023.

Central Valley will return just two players from this year’s team in Jannet Valencia and Amerie De La Torre.

Ceres Imaging announces Ramsey Masri as CEO

Former Zendrive COO brings data and analytics acumen in financial services coupled with farming experience to lead company expansion into new sectorsOAKLAND, Calif., Nov. 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Ceres Imaging, the data analytics company that...

Former Zendrive COO brings data and analytics acumen in financial services coupled with farming experience to lead company expansion into new sectors

OAKLAND, Calif., Nov. 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Ceres Imaging, the data analytics company that provides risk insights for sustainable agriculture, has named Ramsey Masri as CEO. Masri will focus on operational needs, fundraising and corporate governance in this role, while leading internal teams to drive company growth and expansion into new industries.

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A long-time California grape farmer, Masri keenly understands the unpredictability and growing risks facing the agriculture industry. He also brings to Ceres Imaging an entrepreneurial mindset, a background in applied data and analytics, broad relationships in Europe, Asia and the Americas and extensive experience in helping global companies scale.

"I am passionate about Ceres' mission and its focus on growers and helping them create healthier, more sustainable food sources for an ever-growing world," said Masri. "As a father, I care greatly about the world my kids will inherit. I've had the opportunity to be a California grape grower for the better part of 20 years, and I also grew up on farms focused on corn, cotton and potatoes. So I have great empathy for farmers and the farming ecosystem."

Before joining Ceres Imaging, Masri led and expanded teams outside the U.S, including in South America, Asia Pacific and Europe – regions where Ceres Imaging is expanding. Most recently, he was Chief Operating Officer at Zendrive, which helps insurers leverage driving data and analytics to help make our roads safer.

"This is a pivotal time for us as we expand into adjacent areas within the agricultural ecosystem, including financial services – one of Ramsey's areas of expertise," said Ashwin Madgavkar, founder of Ceres Imaging. "Ramsey brings a unique CV to Ceres Imaging, combining 20 years as a farmer growing grapes with substantial experience growing companies internationally, including one that applied data and analytics to a long-standing problem impacting billions of people. Data hasn't been tuned to address the problems facing the agriculture industry, which Ceres Imaging is dedicated to changing. We will rely heavily on Ramsey's strengths as we enter our next phase of growth."

This strategic appointment comes at a time when the need to embrace new, sustainable ways of farming is strikingly evident, as farmers face the effects of climate change, such as ongoing droughts and severe weather events. Ceres Imaging provides solutions to enhance yields and advance climate resiliency - while facilitating the more efficient use of water, chemicals and fertilizer.

"The ethos of Ceress has always been oriented around the betterment of the farmer," said Hemant Shah, Board Member at Ceres Imaging and CEO of commercial property risk platform, Archipelago. "Ramsey will lead Ceres' efforts to help third parties in the farming ecosystem power their data and analytics to improve their products and also provide segment-friendly financial services. This will ultimately help farmers accomplish their primary goal of growing healthier, more sustainable crops at a lower price point."

"Sustainable farming is a global issue. I'm excited to be a part of the initiative to unlock the power of our data to help drive this effort worldwide. Our data can power, for example, suppliers in the industry so their products operate more efficiently leading to less fertilizer and chemicals sprayed on the crops. This is better for the farmer. It's also better for the consumer," added Masri.

About Ceres Imaging

At Ceres Imaging, we build AI-driven solutions that protect yield and advance climate resiliency. We believe the future of agriculture depends on building the right tools to help farmers, insurers, lenders and the agriculture value chain manage risk and make the most of their limited resources. By combining in-field data with advanced analytics and proprietary high-resolution imagery, we're building more profitable and more sustainable agriculture operations. For more information, visit ceresimaging.net.

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Station Sales Week Of 10/11

After shutting down his three stations in Tifton GA in July after losing access to their transmission equipment, Danny Sterling’s Sterling Southern Land LLC is donating the former Classic Rock “Rock 105.7” WFFM Ashburn, Country 107.5 WTIF-FM Omega, and Classic Country “Real Country 99.9” 1340 WTIF/99.9 W260AT Tifton to Journey Church of Tifton. The acq...

After shutting down his three stations in Tifton GA in July after losing access to their transmission equipment, Danny Sterling’s Sterling Southern Land LLC is donating the former Classic Rock “Rock 105.7” WFFM Ashburn, Country 107.5 WTIF-FM Omega, and Classic Country “Real Country 99.9” 1340 WTIF/99.9 W260AT Tifton to Journey Church of Tifton. The acquirer will operate the stations as non-commercial.

Rox Radio Group will reacquire Alternative “X104.9” KXNA Springdale/Fayetteville AR from Elizabeth Marquis for $500,000. Rox had sold KXNA to Marquis for that same amount in November 2020 when it acquired Hog Radio Inc’s stations in the Fayetteville market. It sold Sports “ESPN Arkansas” 99.5 KAKS Goshen/95.3 K237GR Johnson to Pearson Broadcasting of Goshen earlier this year allowing the company to fit KAKS under the ownership limits.

Bill Wachter’s One Media transfers 92.9 KMML Cimarron KS to Murfin Inc.’s Western Kansas Broadcast Center, LLC for $85,000. Both buyer and seller are partners in My Town Media. KMML will join the buyer’s Garden City cluster that includes Farm/Talk 1030 KBUF Holcomb, Country “Q97” 97.3 KKJQ Garden City, CHR “Z98” 98.1 KSKZ Copeland, Rock “99.9 The Rock” KWKR Leoti and Regional Mexican “Ke Buena 105.9” KSSA Ingalls.

Bruce Campbell’s Campbell Craft Company acquires 94.7 KTXO Goldsmith/Odessa TX from West Texas Broadcasting for $25,000. KTXO currently simulcasts Kickin Country Broadcasting’s Classic Country 1330 KCKM Monahans TX.

SNE Broadcasting sells Portuguese “Radio Voz Do Emigrante” 1400 WHTB/93.7 W229DC Fall River MA to Frank Baptista’s RVDE LLC for $200,000. As part of the deal, the buyer agrees to operate the station in a language other than English for either three years or SNE Broadcasting affiliate Bristol County Broadcasting sells 1480 WSAR/95.9 W240EB Fall River.

VCY America will purchase Silent 97.9 KTPT Rapid City SD from Bethesda Christian Broadcasting for $275,000. Bethesda sold the remainder of its broadcast assets in October 2021 to University of Northwestern – St. Paul’s Northwestern Media.

Shanti Persaud’s Unity Broadcasting sells Silent 1410 WQBQ/95.1 W236DN Leesburg FL to James and Patricia Floyd’s Floyd Media Radio for $150,000.

Threshold Communications sells Oldies “The Vine” 920 KVIN Ceres CA and translators 92.3 K222BX Modesto and 107.1 K296HL Manteca including its real estate to Punjabi American Media for $800,000.

Punjabi American Media DBA Punjabi Radio USA , has purchased KVIN-AM 920 Ceres, 92.3 FM Modesto and 107.1 FM Manteca from Threshold Communications.

The purchase price for KVIN, which uses 1 tower for daytime use and two towers for nighttime use, is $800,000, includes two FM translators and 18 Acres of prime agriculture land in Modesto.

Punjabi American Media’s addition of KVIN-AM brings the company’s AM radio station count to six, as it also owns KIID-AM (Sacramento), KOBO-AM (Yuba City), KWRU-AM (Fresno), KLHC-AM (Bakersfield), KCVR-AM (Lodi) and 99.3 FM & 98.5HD3 San Jose Bay Area. Its count of FM translators will be seven with addition of two new.

With 6 AM and 7 FM stations Punjabi/Indian radio station will be the largest network of Punjabi/South Asian radio station in California.

KVIN will adopt the “Punjabi Radio USA” programming presently heard on Punjabi American Media’s network of radio stations. It presently airs an Oldies radio format.

Demographics have changed a lot in California. The Punjabi community has grown substantially in California’s San Joaquin / Central Valley in recent years; hence the acquisition of KVIN will serve the Sikh/Punjabi/Indian Community.

KVIN’s signal reaches Modesto, Turlock, Manteca, Lodi & Stockton. KVIN runs at five hundred watts daytime but at sunset, power increases to 2,500 watts.

KVIN-AM first signed on the air on September 15, 1963, as KLOC. It was originally founded by country music artist Chester Smith who served as general manager.

Vic Michael’s Mountain Community Translators will sell 96.5 K243BN Laveen AZ (pending application to move to 95.9 Cave Creek) to station broker George Kimble’s Media Sales LLC for $50,000. Kimble lists 1TV.com LLC’s “Oldies 96.5” KIKO-FM Claypool as its originating signal.

Manny Arroyo will purchase 93.9 W230AL Cocoa and 103.5 W278CN Eatonville/Orlando FL from Black Media Works for $200,000. W230AL, which has applied to relocate to Union Park on the east side of Orlando, will rebroadcast Spanish Variety “La Grande 1030” WONQ Oviedo. W278CN already rebroadcasts Salsa “Viva FM” 1140 WVVO Orlando.

Radio By Grace sells 104.7 K284DA Clovis NM to Vance Barbee’s Estrella Broadcasting for $2401. K284DA currently rebroadcasts the buyer’s 93.3 KUXL Muleshoe TX, but will shift to Barbee’s New Path Communications’ CP for 91.5 KIXV Muleshoe.

Radio By Grace also transfers 105.1 K286BU Idaho Falls ID to Kent Frandsen’s Sandhill Media Group in exchange for HD subchannels in Idaho Falls and Pocatello to feed programming for their 95.7 K239BN Idaho Falls and K293BR Pocatello and providing tower space for the former for ten years. K286BU will rebroadcast Frandsen’s 107.9 KAOX Shelley.

Top 10: last week’s most read RTIH retail technology articles

These are the RTIH retail tech articles that caught your fancy last week, including Amazon, Instacart, REWE, Trigo, Asda, Coach, and RELEX Solutions.2022 RTIH Innovation Awards: shortlists announcedThis past week we have mostly been announcing the shortlists for the 2022 RTIH Innovation Awards, including ...

These are the RTIH retail tech articles that caught your fancy last week, including Amazon, Instacart, REWE, Trigo, Asda, Coach, and RELEX Solutions.

2022 RTIH Innovation Awards: shortlists announced

This past week we have mostly been announcing the shortlists for the 2022 RTIH Innovation Awards, including Bricks and Mortar, Supply Chain, Omnichannel Retail, and Payments.

It’s now over to our judging panel to decide the winners.

These will be revealed at an exclusive event in central London on Tuesday, 6th December.

RTIH Editor, Scott Thompson, says: “Innovation and technology play a critical role in the success of the retail sector, so it is great to recognise standout examples through our awards.”

“Thanks to all those who have entered the 2022 event. We received a record number of submissions and many fantastic examples of the continued resilience and dynamism of the retail space during hugely challenging times.”

“I’m now looking forward to deciding the winners with our judging panel and announcing them at our central London event in December.”

Unilever teams with Exarta as it steps into the metaverse

Unilever Pakistan has teamed up with British company Exarta to explore ways it can use Web3 technology to transform marketing strategies and other business areas. 

Specifically, it will tap Exarta’s proprietary AI and machine learning engine. This starts with an upcoming TRESEmmé Pakistan metaverse campaign.

Last week’s biggest retail technology plays at a glance

RTIH rounds up the stand out retail tech deals, deployments and pilots from the past seven days.

Featuring ASICS, Coles Group, Muffato, Coach, NASCAR, Amazon, Tesco, Trigo, Ocado Solutions, and Lotte Shopping.

Amazon is gunning for Instacart’s grocery delivery business. Here’s why

The Save Mart Companies has launched two-hour grocery delivery in California’s Central Valley in partnership with Amazon.

It is initially offering the service at stores under its Save Mart banner in Lathrop and Ceres, California, and has plans to make it available at additional locations in the region.

This is one of those small stories that have big implications, according to Brittain Ladd, a supply chain consultant and former Amazon exec.

eBay UK - British shoppers to ditch buying new products this Black Friday

On Christmas morning, many Brits will wake up to pre-loved and refurbished presents, as shoppers turn away from new products this Black Friday in a bid to save money, according to eBay UK.

Dark stores: the future of retail in the post-pandemic world

Digitalisation has continuously disrupted traditional business models across multiple industries around the world.

The retail sector isn’t invincible to this global change. In fact, Tesco opened its first customer-free supermarket back in 2009, fulfilling more than 475,000 online orders weekly.

This unorthodox method of grocery shopping opened doors to multiple opportunities for companies to boost revenue while optimising the customer shopping experience – hence, the birth of dark stores.

Asda chooses Veeam as it takes control of protecting large, virtualised infrastructure

Asda has selected Veeam Software’s Availability Suite to provide backup and restore for mission critical systems.

Following its divestiture from Walmart in early 2021, the supermarket chain has taken responsibility for protecting the large, virtualised infrastructure that underpins its business.

It says that Veeam has enabled it to do this without sending IT headcount soaring.

Coach taps Ocean Outdoor DeepScreen 3D tech for Lil Nas X campaign

Coach has gone live with a 3D technology powered extension of its Courage to Be Real campaign on the world famous Piccadilly Lights in Piccadilly Circus, London.

Piccadilly Lights, the largest advertising display in Europe, is running this for 24 hours a day, from 7th - 13th November, with an hourly 3D full screen takeover featuring Coach brand ambassador, Lil Nas X.

This sees the rapper move through doors that represent the struggles he has faced in life, from fear, self-doubt, to judgment from others. The sequence concludes with Lil Nas X looking over Piccadilly Circus whilst performing.

REWE taps Trigo tech as it opens second hybrid autonomous store

A new REWE store powered by Trigo technology has gone live in the central Berlin neighbourhood, Prenzlauer Berg.

Following REWE’s first hybrid autonomous store in Cologne, the Berlin location is nearly double the size at around 400 square metres.

Top five grocery retail trends to watch out for heading into 2023

As retailers head into 2023, the industry must face many challenges, such as keeping stores and warehouses staffed in what many fear is a foundational readjustment in the labour market.

With the food industry constantly evolving, the future of grocery retail is at the mercy of global trends such as inflation and labour shortages, according to Mikko Kärkkäinen, CEO and co-founder, RELEX Solutions.

“The future of the food and grocery sector is uncertain with external forces set to rock the boat,” says Karkkainen.

“Increased inflation, supply chain issues and labour shortages, to name are few, have shifted the power dynamics across the industry. After attending Grocery Shop 2022, our team at RELEX has identified the top trends grocery retailers should be aware of heading into 2023”.

Vail Resorts is on Track to Achieve Zero Net Operating Footprint by 2030; Announces it Met 100% Renewable Electricity Goal in New Progress Report

BROOMFIELD, Colo., Nov. 15, 2022 /CNW/ -- As the 2022/23 ski and ride season gets underway in the northern hemisphere, and with climate change in sharp focus, the industry leader in sustainability, Vail Resorts, today releases its fifth annual Progress Report outlining the progress the company has made towa...

BROOMFIELD, Colo., Nov. 15, 2022 /CNW/ -- As the 2022/23 ski and ride season gets underway in the northern hemisphere, and with climate change in sharp focus, the industry leader in sustainability, Vail Resorts, today releases its fifth annual Progress Report outlining the progress the company has made towards reaching a zero net operating footprint by 2030. Vail Resorts is ahead of schedule to meet its emissions goals, and is on track to reach zero waste to landfill and zero net operating impact on forests and habitat to achieve a zero net operating footprint by 2030.

The report details how the company actively works to mitigate climate change and preserve the environment, promotes the health and sustainability of resort communities through multi-faceted and localized support, supports its dedicated and passionate employees, and ensures equitable access to its resorts for the sustainable growth of the industry. Notable achievements include:

"It is because of the passionate work of our team that we are able to share these results. We have set bold goals and commitments and continue to deliver on promises we have made to our environment and our communities," said Kirsten Lynch, CEO of Vail Resorts.

"Climate change requires all of us working together to mitigate the challenges facing not just our industry, but our planet – and we remain dedicated to doing our part as responsible stewards of the great outdoors and committed partners to our communities. I am so proud of our team for staying focused and on track as we continue to make progress towards a zero net operating footprint," Lynch continued.

Responsible and active stewards of the environment.

The company and its employees understand that no one person or company can solve the climate crisis alone, and collaboration is vital to progress. To mitigate its impact on the climate, and maintain its leading position, Vail Resorts remains committed to working with like-minded partners and making strategic investments, including:

Caring deeply about the mountain communities where we operate and our dedicated teams.

This year, Vail Resorts donated $22.9 million to over 250 local organizations, including Habitat for Humanity Vail Valley, Park City Community Foundation, Whistler Blackcomb Foundation, the Boys and Girls Club of North Tahoe, Boys and Girls Club of South Lake Tahoe, SOS Outreach, National Brotherhood of Skiers, the Summit Foundation, and many more.

"We see Vail Resorts as a neighbor, and their financial support and partnership is a testament to the company's willingness to tackle our community's challenges alongside us," said Diego Zegarra, vice president of equity and impact for the Park City Community Foundation. "Whether it's helping to support our community's mental health needs, supporting our housing efforts, or helping us to improve access to the sport, we know that as a major employer they can help us with our community's unique needs."

In addition to community support, Vail Resorts' EpicPromise Employee Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that serves the company's employees through emergency relief grants and educational scholarships. The Foundation provided $1.3 million in emergency relief grants and scholarships to team members and their dependents in 2021/22. This includes support to team members impacted by the devastating Marshall Fire in Colorado.

Passionate about investing in equitable access for all.

Ensuring equitable access is a priority for the company and one important way the company lives its Be Inclusive core value. Adaptive access for those with physical and mental barriers, and youth access – both in its legacy communities and in urban centers near resorts – are Vail Resorts' two priorities for ensuring equitable access for all.

The future of skiing and riding will depend on inclusion and access. Vail Resorts is especially proud of its Epic for Everyone youth access program, which during the 2021/22 season served 8,000 youth who may not have otherwise had access to the sport from across many of its mountain communities, including Vail, Heavenly, and Park City, as well as from cities surrounding its regional ski areas, such as Boston, New York, Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, St. Louis and more.

The company provided over $8 million of goods and services to youth participants including ski and ride school, meals, and equipment rentals, plus two additional free lift tickets to continue practicing with a guardian. These services are combined with mentorship, including an introduction to career opportunities like snowmaking, operations, and ski and snowboard instruction.

For the upcoming 2022/23 winter season, Vail Resorts will add more than a dozen partnerships with nonprofit and youth development organizations working to support youth of color. With this expansion, the company plans to host 9,000 youth across 29 resorts and provide approximately $9 million in product contributions.

The full 2021/22 EpicPromise Progress Report can be read here.

About Vail Resorts, Inc. (NYSE: MTN):

Vail Resorts is a network of the best destination and close-to-home ski resorts in the world including Vail Mountain, Breckenridge, Park City Mountain, Whistler Blackcomb, Stowe, and 32 additional resorts across North America; Andermatt-Sedrun in Switzerland; and Perisher, Hotham, and Falls Creek in Australia. We are passionate about providing an Experience of a Lifetime to our team members and guests, and our EpicPromise is to reach a zero net operating footprint by 2030, support our employees and communities, and broaden engagement in our sport. Our company owns and/or manages a collection of elegant hotels under the RockResorts brand, a portfolio of vacation rentals, condominiums and branded hotels located in close proximity to our mountain destinations, as well as the Grand Teton Lodge Company in Jackson Hole, Wyo. Vail Resorts Retail operates more than 250 retail and rental locations across North America. Learn more about our company at www.VailResorts.com, or discover our resorts and pass options at www.EpicPass.com.

SOURCE Vail Resorts, Inc.

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