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#3 MIT Forces Sunday Title Game with Win Over #2 Softball in NEWMAC Tourney

Babson Park, MA --- #3 MIT forced a winner-take-all championship game tomorrow, as the Engineers topped #2 WPI, 3-2 on Saturday at Babson in the NEWMAC Softball Tournament.MIT (30-15) and WPI (29-14) will meet tomorrow at 1pm in a winner-take-all game for the NEWMAC title.MIT's Becca O'Connor (San Antonio, TX) pitched a gem, going all seven innings, allowing just four hits and no earned runs. She struck out six and walked a pair in the victory.A three-run third inning put MIT on the board. The first two ...

Babson Park, MA --- #3 MIT forced a winner-take-all championship game tomorrow, as the Engineers topped #2 WPI, 3-2 on Saturday at Babson in the NEWMAC Softball Tournament.

MIT (30-15) and WPI (29-14) will meet tomorrow at 1pm in a winner-take-all game for the NEWMAC title.

MIT's Becca O'Connor (San Antonio, TX) pitched a gem, going all seven innings, allowing just four hits and no earned runs. She struck out six and walked a pair in the victory.

A three-run third inning put MIT on the board. The first two batters of the frame reached on errors before Anya Chase (Wells, ME) laid down a bunt to move both runners into scoring position. Mackenzie Bivin (San Diego, CA) then reached on a fielder's choice to score the first run of the game, while Mikayla Cable (Valrico, FL) followed with a single to center to plate two for a 3-0 advantage. Martin got the next batter to fly out before Sydney Russell (Arlington, VA) threw out a runner at home to end the inning.

WPI finally got its offense going in the bottom of the fifth, collecting its first hits and runs of the game. Shaina Lazarus (Thousand Oaks, CA) reached on an error and was sent home on a Kelly Pritchard (Orange, CT) double to left-center. A Jocelyn Diaz (Reedley, CA) walk and a Kallie Case (Arlington, VA) single then loaded the bases. Lindsay Ambrosino (Chelmsford, MA) laid down a bunt, which scored pinch-runner Amelia Montgomery (Acushnet, MA) to make it 3-2. MIT's O'Connor then buckled down and got the final three outs needed, as WPI stranded three.

MIT also left the bases loaded, stringing together singles from Dana Bell (Bensalem, PA), Katia Pendowski (Elk Grove Village, IL), and Jordan Sell (Schwenksville, PA) in the top of the sixth. WPI ended the threat with a fielder's choice, a line-out, and a strikeout to keep it a 3-2 game.

In the bottom of the seventh, a one-out double from Stephanie Bishop (Milford, NH) was sent to third on a groundout, putting the tying run at third with two outs. However, Connor got the final batter of the game to strike out, giving MIT the 3-2 victory.

Katie Martin (Bedford, NH) took the loss for WPI, despite not giving up an earned run. She went seven innings, allowing 10 hits with one strikeout.

Weather Service Reports Saturday Through Monday Warming Trend Throughout Central California, Foothills and Sierra – High Temps on Monday Up to Eight Degrees Above Normal

Mariposa Projected High Temperatures for Saturday through Monday: 79-83 DegreesOakhurst Projected High Temperatures for Saturday through Monday: 79-84 DegreesYosemite Valley Projected High Temperatures for Saturday through Monday: 79-84 DegreesMay 21, 2022 - The National Weather Service Hanford Office reports high temperatures throughout Central California this afternoon will be six to eight degrees warmer than yesterday afternoon....

Mariposa Projected High Temperatures for Saturday through Monday: 79-83 Degrees

Oakhurst Projected High Temperatures for Saturday through Monday: 79-84 Degrees

Yosemite Valley Projected High Temperatures for Saturday through Monday: 79-84 Degrees

May 21, 2022 - The National Weather Service Hanford Office reports high temperatures throughout Central California this afternoon will be six to eight degrees warmer than yesterday afternoon.

By Monday afternoon, maximum temperatures across Central California will be six to eight degrees above normal for this time of year.

  Area Forecast Discussion   National Weather Service Hanford CA   1223 AM PDT Sat May 21 2022      .SYNOPSIS...   A warming trend is expected today through Monday. By Monday   afternoon, high temperatures will be seven to nine degrees above    normal for this time of year. Summer-like heat is expected Tuesday   through Thursday. Triple digit heat is possible in the San Joaquin   Valley Wednesday afternoon. Dry weather will persist for the   foreseeable future.        &&      .DISCUSSION...   Cyclonic flow aloft is expected today through Monday. Be that as    it may, a warming trend is anticipated. Maximum temperatures this   afternoon will be around five degrees warmer than yesterday    afternoon. High temperatures Sunday afternoon will be two to four   degrees warmer than this afternoon. By Monday afternoon, maximum   temperatures will be seven to nine degrees above their typical   values for the latter half of May.       A ridge of high pressure will move eastward over the Eastern   Pacific Ocean Monday night and Tuesday. This ridge of high   pressure will progress eastward over California Tuesday night,   before entering the Great Basin Wednesday. A trough of low   pressure may approach the coast of the Golden State Thursday.   Summer-like heat is anticipated Tuesday through Thursday. Maximum   temperatures in the San Joaquin Valley Tuesday afternoon and    Thursday afternoon will be in the mid to upper 90s, which is about   ten degrees above normal for this time of year. The hottest day is   expected Wednesday. Triple digit heat is possible in the San    Joaquin Valley Wednesday afternoon. Here are probabilities of    triple digit heat for select locations in the San Joaquin Valley    on Wednesday, May 25th:       Fresno - 54%   Reedley - 48%   Merced - 44%   Hanford - 44%   Bakersfield - 42%   Madera - 37%   Visalia - 34%    Lemoore - 34%   Delano - 31%    Porterville - 27%      The aforementioned trough of low pressure may pass over Northern   California Friday, resulting in a reprieve from the heat. Maximum   temperatures Friday afternoon will be six to eight degrees lower   than Thursday afternoon. In addition, strong, gusty west to   northwest winds are possible in the Kern County desert Friday   afternoon and Friday night. A Wind Advisory may be required. Dry   weather will persist through at least the next seven days.       &&      .AVIATION...   VFR conditions will prevail throughout Central California today    and tonight.       &&      .AIR QUALITY ISSUES...   None. 

Source: NWS

Prima® Wawona Announces First-Ever Prima® Run During Reedley Health & Fitness Expo; Mary Ellen Lomeli and Erik Valencia Comment

Sponsored MessageOur SunGold™ Kiwi variety will have shoppers saying, ‘Boom, that’s sweet!’ and buyers saying ‘Boom, they’re back for more!’ Learn MoreREEDLEY, CA - We in the produce industry are fierce champions of health and wellness. Not only can a fresh-focused diet support our health, but physical fitness can also pla...

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REEDLEY, CA - We in the produce industry are fierce champions of health and wellness. Not only can a fresh-focused diet support our health, but physical fitness can also play a role. Prima® Wawona is advocating for health on both fronts, recently announcing its first annual Prima® Run at its Reedley Cold Storage and Shipping Facility. Partnering with The Greater Reedley Chamber of Commerce and Xcelerate Fitness, the competitive 5K run and two-mile family walk will be part of the Regional Health & Fitness Expo taking place April 1–3.

“Our goal in hosting the Prima Run is to foster a healthy work environment and community,” says Mary Ellen Lomeli, Prima Wawona Benefit Specialist, explaining some of the many ways this event will support the Reedley, California, community.

The competitive 5K run will start at 6:50 a.m. on April 2, and the top three male and female runners will receive commemorative medals. The 2-mile family walk will start at 8:30 a.m. and is for all fitness levels and ages. According to a press release, it is free for students in K-12 using the code Prima22.

A featured “Fitness Expo” with athletic competitions, exercise classes, workshops, and food vendors will be a part of the Health & Fitness Expo. Additionally, the Central Valley Throwdown will be present along with a CrossFit competition sponsored by Gnardog Crossfit. There will also be presentations by Fitness Quest Health Club, City of Reedley Parks & Recreation, Reedley College, and Sierra View Homes.

“The goal of this event is to engage and encourage the families in our region to live healthy active lives by introducing them to programs and activities that they may not have known about,” said Greater Reedley Chamber of Commerce President and Chief Executive Officer Erik Valencia.

Event organizers expect to attract people from throughout the region and anticipate about 1,500 attendees. Registration for the Prima Run must be submitted by the end of today, March 10. Please click here to register.

We wish the best of luck to all the health and fitness champions hitting the pavement!

New Fresno Performing and Arts Center Opens Its Doors. Here are Some Fun Facts.

Wednesday was a big day for Fresno Pacific University, where officials gathered for the official ribbon-cutting to herald the opening of the new Warkentine Culture and Arts Center. It’s the first new building to be built on the southeast Fresno campus in the past 20 years.Al and Dotty Warkentine are the main namesakes for the $15 million center, but pretty much everything inside it contains the names of other benefactors whose gifts helped make the center possible. There’s the Elizabeth V. Lyles Theatre, Lin Family Perform...

Wednesday was a big day for Fresno Pacific University, where officials gathered for the official ribbon-cutting to herald the opening of the new Warkentine Culture and Arts Center. It’s the first new building to be built on the southeast Fresno campus in the past 20 years.

Al and Dotty Warkentine are the main namesakes for the $15 million center, but pretty much everything inside it contains the names of other benefactors whose gifts helped make the center possible. There’s the Elizabeth V. Lyles Theatre, Lin Family Performance Studio (black box theater), Dr. Merrill and Priscilla Ewert art gallery, Edmund and Mary Janzen Grand Foyer, Dyck Family Green Room, and Reimer Family Scene Shop.

Construction on the 26,000-square-foot building began in November 2020. The new center will be a resource not only for Fresno Pacific students and staff but also for the community, the university noted.

The university provided these “fun facts” (School Zone is particularly impressed at the equivalency of concrete tonnage):

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Seventy Fresno Unified seniors will find their path to college a little smoother. They were selected to receive scholarships ranging from $1,500 to $2,500 out of a scholarship fund established by the district and supported by community members and district staffers.

Altogether, a total of $103,500 in scholarships were handed out Thursday night at the awards banquet at the Hoover High Events Center in northeast Fresno.

Despite facing challenges — the loss of a parent, poverty, and language barriers — the 70 excelled academically and in school activities, volunteered for community services, and were leaders on their campuses, the district said.

“In honoring our Fresno Unified Scholarship recipients, I am amazed at their stories of resiliency and determination throughout their academic journey. They are deserving of our financial support, and I am grateful for the help of our employees and the community to ease their burden a bit as they advance toward college,” Superintendent Bob Nelson said in a news release.

Clovis North students John Benedict Estrada and his sister Pauline won a $5,000 prize recently in the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair for their project using artificial intelligence to detect drought stress in plants.

That makes two wins two years in a row for John Benedict, who claimed the Gordon E. Moore Award of $50,000 for Positive Outcomes for Future Generations in last year’s Regeneron contest — also for using artificial intelligence to detect drought stress.

John Benedict told GV Wire last year that he was planning to take his project a step further and do actual field testing this year.

The Regeneron competition has been described as the “Olympics of science fairs.” The Gordon E. Moore Award is one of the competition’s top six honors.

Want to know more about the Estradas’ award-winning project? Click here.

The Bohart Museum of Entomology at UC Davis is on the hunt for anyone who was a fourth-grade student at Fresno’s Dailey Elementary in 1972. (School Zone figures you’d be about 60 years old now.) Specifically, a fourth-grader in the class taught by Betty Harding and Shirley Klein.

The museum is planning a special event celebrating the anniversary 50 years ago of the California dogface butterfly being named California’s official insect. That all came about because students at Dailey got so excited about the butterfly, which is found only in California, that then-Assembly Member Kenneth Maddy sponsored a bill to have the dogface butterfly designated the state insect.

If you know anyone who was in that class, contact Kathy Keatley Garvey, UC Davis Department of Entomology and Nematology, at kegarvey@ucdavis.edu.

Want to know more about the dogface butterfly, also known as the “dog-head butterfly”? (The image on the wings is supposed to resemble a side view of a pooch’s face.) Check out Garvey’s blog at https://ucanr.edu/blogs/blogcore/postdetail.cfm?postnum=52104.

If you’ve been putting off taking college classes because they are too pricey, does Reedley College have a deal for you.

The college is making available to the public through its Extended Learning program 217 noncredit courses, including American Sign Language, basic computer skills, welding, and healthcare interpreting, music, horticulture, and creative writing.

The courses aren’t completely free, however. Participants will need to pay a health fee ($21 in spring and fall semester, $18 in summer, and $13 exclusively off-campus) but will skip course fees that can average $138 for a three-unit course.

To learn more, go to www.reedleycollege.edu/extended-learning, call (559) 494-3011 for application assistance, or email Rebecca.alhaider@reedleycollege.edu.

The Pump Returns to Reedley

Tigers defeat #5 Fresno City College 34-30 to take back the pump trophyUntil after his team’s exciting 34-30 win over rival Fresno City College early Saturday night, Reedley College head football coach Rob Hartenfels didn’t realize how heavy “The Pump” was.But he knows now.“Heavier than it looks,” he said. “But we’ll gladly carry it back home.”Where it will go on campus is the big question. It’s the first time the pump trophy has been on campus since 20...

Tigers defeat #5 Fresno City College 34-30 to take back the pump trophy

Until after his team’s exciting 34-30 win over rival Fresno City College early Saturday night, Reedley College head football coach Rob Hartenfels didn’t realize how heavy “The Pump” was.

But he knows now.

“Heavier than it looks,” he said. “But we’ll gladly carry it back home.”

Where it will go on campus is the big question. It’s the first time the pump trophy has been on campus since 2009, and it will stay here for at least one year.

This was probably one of the most exciting finishes in the 42-game history of the Battle for the Pump, as the Tigers surged to a 34-7 lead before a furious Rams comeback fell short.

Fresno had 75 yards to finish a potential game-winning drive with 1:59 remaining. They only covered 27 as Reedley retained the Pump with an exciting 34-30 victory.

Josh Magana threw for 253 yards and four touchdowns as the Tigers finished the regular season with a 7-3 record and a Valley Conference record of 3-2. Fresno City fell to 8-2 overall and 4-1 in conference play.

Fresno City was ranked fifth in the state and third in Northern California. Reedley was ranked seventh in Nor Cal and 18th in the state.

The Tigers jumped out to a 21-7 halftime lead, equaling the most points allowed by Fresno City in the first half this season. Magana threw for 164 yards in the first 30 minutes of action, completing 5 of 7 of his throws. The Dinuba High grad threw for two touchdowns to Shamar Kirk (Nashville, TN) for 79 and 45 yards in 3:36 of the first quarter.

Fresno City got on the board on a 63-yard drive with all but 15 yards coming on the ground. Fred Green Jr. (Immokalee, FL) ran 38 of those yards, scoring from 5 yards out with 62 seconds left in the opening quarter.

Reedley’s third touchdown came on a 9-yard option pass from Jaylin Jackson (Tampa, FL) to Jaime Ramirez (Dinuba).

One key to the first half lead was third down efficiency. The Tigers picked up first downs on seven of eight third down plays compared to one of five for the Rams.

Reedley added to their lead seven plays after Damarcus Thompson blocked a punt and the Tigers recovered. Magana connected with Dallas Parker (Victorville) for the 28-yard score. But the Rams blocked the extra point.

The Tigers forced a Fresno punt and scored six plays later to make it 34-7. Kirk pulled in his third touchdown of the night.

Two plays later, Fresno started its comeback. Quarterback Justin Holaday (Lemoore) threw touchdown passes of 45 and 28 yards to Tabari Conerly (New Orleans) and Aaron Blancas (Selma) combined with a safety on a punt snap cut the Tiger lead to 34-23 with 9:12 left.

The Tigers forced a Fresno punt and scored six plays later to make it 34-7. Kirk pulled in his third touchdown of the night.

Before the game, the Tigers honored the 15 sophomores who were playing their final regular season home game. Now, they’ll get an opportunity to wear the orange and black one more time in a bowl game (date, time and opponent TBA).

By Will GoldbeckRC Sportswriter

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