Clips of the Week: Valentine’s Weekend Love

first_imgWhether you’re dining out with a significant other or riding it out solo on Netflix (what’s it called? National Singles Awareness Day?), this Clips of the Week will remind you why we love the outdoors. From a 93-year-old man thriving in a cabin isolated in the Ventana Wilderness, to an incredible 300 mile hike through the Sierra, these clips will spread some love your way, even if Cupid didn’t. last_img

Organization Is The Key To A Happy #Vanlife

first_imgThe Live Outside and Play Road Team has spent two years living and working from a van. We’ve been traveling across the country seeking rutted dirt roads, greasy feasts after summit hikes, and vistas our dog will appreciate (and pose for photos in front of). If you have been following along on our ad-VAN-tures over the years, you’ve heard us talk about how staying organized is a top priority, even over keeping the fridge stocked with chocolate. Keeping our things organized in our tiny mobile living space directly affects our stress level while we’re on the road, and it ends up keeping our minds organized so we can work and play.#Vanhack Number 1: Be Hands-FreeThis may seem silly to even mention, but having a hands-free device for your cell phone is extremely important. Aside from safety issues that by now we’re all aware of, there are many other benefits of using a hands-free device. We have a strict rule in our van– no non-food items in the cup holders. We need fast access to snacks and drinks at all times. We also drive a lot! Having an easy way to view GPS just makes sense. We use the Nite Ize Steelie Windshield Mount Kit Plus. We chose this hands-free kit for its diversity and ease of use. Once you have the magnet on the back of your phone, you’re able to use it seamlessly with a number of Nite Ize Steelie products. We have a Steelie Magnetic Mount by our bed to keep us from losing our phones while we’re sleeping and use the Steelie Bendable Arm and Ratcheting Clamp to watch movies before bed.#Vanhack Number 2: Moisture Is Your EnemyIt’s extremely important to have a place to dry wet clothing and towels. We designed our van to be utilitarian. Having a beautiful Instagram worthy van would be nice, but at the end of the day being insta-famous isn’t that great if you’re uncomfortable all the time. We installed a track system that allows us to rig all sorts of useful #vanhacks, including a clothesline. In a living space as small as a van, nothing is more important, and in some cases more difficult, than keeping moisture (mold) out of your van and off of your belongings. We use our track system and a KNOTBONE Adjustable Bungee to make our own adjustable clothesline inside the van. If we’re at a campsite or another location where privacy isn’t an issue, we use a Gearline Organization System to rig a clothesline outside the van. Repeat after us: In a van, moisture is your enemy.#Vanhack Number 3: Gear Tie EverythingSeriously, Gear Tie everything. It’s amazing how something so simple has revolutionized how we organize things in our van. If you’ve never used a Gear Tie, your mind is about to be blown. They come in seemingly endless variations and sizes to fit any organizational need. A Gear Tie is essentially a strong reusable twist tie. As traveling media professionals, we have a million different cables and cords for various charging needs. We use different cables on a daily basis and if we get lazy in organizing these cables, they turn into the knotted cable nightmare of doom. Thank you Gear Ties! We use Gear Ties to hold our refrigerator door shut, to hold basket organizers to the wall, to hold our back-door shower curtain in place, and for every hanging object in our festival set up. These little Gear Ties are our go-to solution for rigging anything in the van. They are a lifesaver, which really means, a vansaver.#Vanhack Number 4: Have Multiple Ways to Secure Things In Your VanRemember how we mentioned that loose items in your vehicle are dangerous while you’re driving? If you’re in a hurry you can use a Dual CamJam Tie Down System to tie down anything you might want to secure. A Dual CamJam works just like any old tie down strap but better. The Dual CamJam buckle uses two locking mechanisms instead of one. This setup allows you to easily place the webbing tensioner where you want it on your exact setup. That means we can use it both inside and outside of the van, for stacked boxes when traveling to festivals, or 100 pound kayaks pulled on the trailer.#Vanhack Number 5: Embrace the MadnessAt the end of the day, part of living in a van is getting comfortable with being uncomfortable. Things will break, come loose, and fly across your van during a sharp curve. You will lose things, a lot of things. You will be too tired to organize your stuff after a few days of having fun. Sometimes, all you have energy to do is slide everything off the bed onto the floor and deal with it in the morning. We use all these organizational hacks to lessen the madness, but it is entwined with this way of life. Living the #vanlife is less yoga poses on top of canyons and more attempting to organize dirty clothes in bins directly next to where you sleep. But the freedom of waking up each day someplace new, and being able to see more places in two years than we ever thought possible, makes all the annoying nuances of living in a van a literal dream come true.last_img read more

No rate change expected as FOMC begins final policy meeting of 2019

first_img continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) begins its two-day, monetarypolicy-setting meeting today and is expected to release updated projections.Following October’s rate cut and decision to drop language regarding efforts to act “as appropriate to sustain the expansion,” NAFCU Chief Economist and Vice President of Research Curt Long predicted no further rate changes for this year. The federal funds target rate is currently set at a range of 1.5 to 1.75 percent.“The hurdle for another rate move will be significantly higher as the Fed assesses the impact of its easing campaign, with the hopes that it can maintain what little ammunition they have in case of a deterioration in the real economy,” said Long in NAFCU’s FOMC Macro Data Flash report after the October meeting.NAFCU has met with members of the committee throughout the year to advocate on key credit union issues, including CECL and efforts to make payments faster and more secure.last_img read more

OSHA inspections, prolonged virus shedding, cell-based vaccine, sham products, shots before pregnancy, hospital restrictions

first_imgOSHA to issue standards for H1N1-related healthcare inspectionsThe US Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced on Oct 14 that it would soon issue a compliance directive to help its inspectors conduct uniform investigations in high-risk pandemic H1N1 flu settings, such as healthcare facilities. The directive will be designed to ensure that healthcare employers follow controls recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and adhere to OSHA respiratory protection standards.Study: Some H1N1 patients still shed virus a day after fever endsResearchers who studied an H1N1 outbreak at the US Air Force Academy reported today that 19% (11 of 58) of patients were still shedding the virus after they had been symptom-free for at least 24 hours. Also, 7 of 24 samples taken 7 days after illness onset contained viable virus, according to the report published online by the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. The authors cautioned that virus shedding does not necessarily mean the virus can spread. http://www.ajpm-online.net/webfiles/images/journals/amepre/AJPM_Witkop.pdfAmerican Journal of Preventive Medicine studyNovavax launches trial of virus-like-particle H1N1 vaccineNovavax, a US-based company, announced today the launch of clinical trials in Mexico to test the safety and efficacy of its virus-like particle pandemic H1N1 vaccine. Amivex, a company that will distribute the cell-based vaccine in Mexico in 2010 pending approval, is supporting the trial. If initial findings in 1,000 volunteers are favorable, the second stage of the trial will be conducted in 3,000 adults starting in January.http://www.novavax.com/download/releases/NVAX%20MexicoOct%20FO.pdfOct 20 Novavax statementFDA, FTC warn firm to stop selling fake H1N1-related productsThe US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) said they issued a joint warning letter to a Web site marketing supplements falsely said to help prevent the spread of the H1N1 flu virus. The Oct 15 letter, the first to be issued jointly by the agencies, warned the site owners they would face legal action if they didn’t stop the deceptive marketing. The FDA said it has warned more than 75 Web sites to stop selling fraudulent H1N1-related products since May.http://www.fda.gov/NewsEvents/Newsroom/PressAnnouncements/ucm187142.htmOct 19 FDA announcement of warning letterWomen planning pregnancy are advised to get H1N1 vaccineIn a joint statement, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advised fertility clinics to urge women who are planning pregnancy to be vaccinated against both seasonal flu and 2009 H1N1 flu. Women who are planning a pregnancy may need to wait a few weeks for the H1N1 vaccine to become available, the groups said. They noted that pregnant women are at risk for serious or even fatal complications of flu.Flu-related visitor restrictions at hospitals raise questionsA number of hospitals around the country have limited visits from children and adults to curb the spread of pandemic flu to patients, though there is little scientific evidence that the measure works, the Associated Press reported yesterday. Some experts say the measures are needed because children are known to spread the virus easily, but others say having visitors benefits patients and that requiring short-term visitors to wear a mask and wash their hands might prevent flu transmission. Pandemic virus found in Ontario turkeys, Oregon ferretOntario officials said today that the pandemic H1N1 virus has been found in turkeys at a breeding farm in the province. The results were confirmed by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency on Oct 16. The farmer had noticed a drop in egg production. Officials said there is no risk of foodborne transmission and that an infected worker may have passed the virus to the birds. Meanwhile, officials in Oregon confirmed pandemic flu in a ferret whose owner had recently been sick with the virus.http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/infores/releases/2009/102009a.htm Oct 20 Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs press releaseTwo Iraqi provinces close schools to prevent H1N1Officials in two of Iraq’s provinces have announced the country’s first school closures to slow the spread of the pandemic H1N1 virus, Agence France-Presse reported today. A 5-day closure in Wassit province starts tomorrow and affects 980 schools, and a 10-day closure in Dhi Qur province starts Oct 22 and applies to 1,477 schools. Both provinces are in southern Iraq. Colleges in the areas will remain open.last_img read more

PSN, Indosat, PNS to launch Nusantara Dua satellite this month

first_imgSatellite communication provider PT Pasifik Satelit Nusantara (PSN), in cooperation with telecommunication service provider PT Indosat Ooredoo and another telecommunication company, PT Pintar Nusantara Sejahtera (PNS), plans to launch a newly built satellite from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China’s Sichuan province later this month.The Nusantara Dua satellite, built by China Great Wall Industry Corporation, would replace the Palapa-D satellite to serve broadband internet access and high-quality broadcasting services, PSN said in a statement on Thursday.”We hope Nusantara Dua will further strengthen the position of the PSN business group as a major and leading player in the Indonesian satellite industry,” PSN president director Adi Rahman said in the statement. Meanwhile, the chief business officer of Indosat Ooredoo, Bayu Hanantasena, said, “We are committed to continuing to provide the best telecommunication services for business customers.”In line with Indosat Ooredoo’s three-year strategy to make business-to-business services a new growth engine, the Nusantara Dua would further expand Indosat Ooredoo’s business portfolio, he added.According to Johanes, the satellite with a lifetime of up to 15 years has the same technology as its predecessor, the Nusantara Satu, which carries the Classic Fixed Satellite Service in Cband and HTS in Ku-band. “With that, satellites are more efficient while still adding value to link reliability. This satellite can also be used for VSAT, broadcast, broadband, backbone, and backhaul, Johannes said.”We hope the launch will go smoothly, so that it is estimated that in June 2020, it will be ready to serve the community,” Johanes said. (hen)Topics : PSN, Indosat Ooredoo and PNS established a joint venture called PT Palapa Satelit Nusa Sejahtera (PSNS) in 2017 to buy the satellite from the Chinese satellite maker. PSNS will operate the new satellite.”The Nusantara Dua satellite program is our long-term program, and it is a form of the company’s commitment to customers throughout Indonesia,” PSNS president director Johanes Indri Prijatmodjo said.Johanes said the Nusantara Dua satellite would replace Indosat Ooredoo’s Palapa-D satellite located at 113 East Longitude (BT).The Nusantara Dua, which weighs 5,550 kilograms, will have a capacity of 20×36 MHz C-band FSS transponders and 9.5 gigabit-per-second (Gbps) HTS. The satellite can cover regions throughout Asia Pacific and to Australia for C-band transponders and throughout Indonesia for HTS.last_img read more

Young at heart retirees reject bland developments for lifestyle amenities

first_imgArtists impression of Aveo NewsteadThe development, which opens mid-next year, boasts stunning city views and is within walking distance of cafes, bars and restaurants. It is hardly the sterile surrounds of the not-so-distant past.Social demographer Bernard Salt said anyone using the word “retirement” to sell their product needed to get with the times.“Retirement is for old and obsolete people – lifestyle is what people want,” Mr Salt said. RPS Brisbane planning principal Simon Pollock said a greater range of housing options for seniors was, and needed to be, pursued, with retirees healthier and living longer.“The deinstitutionalisation of aged care has seen a trend towards multistorey living, an evolution in services and how the aged care sector pitches towards potential customers,” he said. “We now have a wide band of people ranging from those living in their own homes and accessing outside services, or living in manufactured home estates, those in luxury retirement living with a range of lifestyle amenities, to those, and they are an increasingly small number, who require more intensive care.”Another trend, identified by RPS, was seeing aged-care facilities becoming more connected to their local community.Mr Pollock pointed to a retirement village at Nundah which had integrated a cafe that was open to the public.“They still provide that secure environment but are actively encouraging more interaction with the community,” he said. “There is that push towards providing options within the customers’ community, rather than the previous model which saw many older people moved in to facilities until their lives ended.”Even the descriptive names have changed, with many aged-care facilities and retirement villages now called, for example, over-50s lifestyle resorts.Pets are playing a bigger part in the pitch of developers, as are the inclusion of technology and resort-style facilities.So what next?Mr Pollock said the aged-care sector was evolving quickly, and the demographics changing. “I would say, given the advances in technology, that will be the biggest player in terms of offerings over the next decade,” he said.“You will be able to visit the doctor via a tablet, or have your vitals monitored remotely and sent directly, in real time, to a medical professional.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus22 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market22 hours ago“There will likely be health hubs and a whole host of wearables (such as the Apple watch).”****CASE STUDYWHO: Moya McGirrWHERE: Aveo Newstead (under construction)PRICE: From $439,000 (one bedroom apartment) Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 2:08Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -2:08 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels576p576p360p360p216p216p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenAveo Newstead is Australia’s first premium, inner-city 19-storey retirement community.02:08Retirees are no longer happy to settle for bland aged-care homes. Instead, they are seeking out resort-style lifestyle communities with everything from in-house chefs and high-speed data technology to fully-equipped gyms and social amenities.And the trend is reflected in new developments across Australia.Recently, the Aged Care Services Australia Group published what it considered to be the four key trends set to shake up the sector over the next decade.Demand for services and the likelihood of high costs for care were flagged, but the advocacy group also foreshadowed an increasing movement towards lifestyle amenities and improved technology.“With the Baby Boomer generation typically asset-rich thanks to the value of their residential property and superannuation funds, they’ll both expect and be able to fund a standard of living not dissimilar to their younger, independent years,” the report said.“This can be seen in everything from the increasingly architect-designed nature of aged-care facilities, which feature ample natural light and polished surfaces, to concierge services and in-house chefs preparing gourmet meals on a daily basis.”The trend is already being embraced by Queensland developers, with residents of the Living Gems communities enjoying facilities such as lounge bars, games rooms, libraries with computers, fully-equipped gyms and workshops, and even a golf simulator. Opal by Living GemsIt is a similar story at the newer Aveo developments, where retirement complexes are going vertical.At one of the developer’s newest projects, Aveo Newstead, residents will be able to relax at the rooftop lounge, overlooking the iconic Gasworks precinct. center_img Moya McGirr“I don’t think anyone will be sitting around crocheting, I hope,” Mrs McGirr said.FORMER tennis umpire Moya McGirr admits she initially wasn’t in favour of retirement village living. In fact, she thought she would “die on the vine” if she was ever put in such a facility.“I didn’t want to be locked in some paddock with a whole bunch of old people,” the 79-year-old said. “Funnily enough, I will now probably be one of the oldest (at the new Aveo Newstead development) … I could have gone in 15 years ago.” Mrs McGirr has purchased an apartment off-the-plan at the Aveo Newstead Retirement Village, and is expected to move in June.For now, she is ‘homeless’. “Well not exactly. I am living with my daughter and her family at Balmoral for now,” she laughed, after her own home at Runaway Bay sold quickly. Mrs McGirr said she was drawn to the location of the 19-storey retirement community, which will be constructed within the bustling Gasworks Plaza, because of the local amenities, the care available to her as she aged in place, and the sense that other like-minded and active people would be her neighbours. The development will have a day spa, wellness centre, barbecue and outdoor entertaining spaces, a lawn bowls green, a library, in-house restaurant, a cinema, a virtual golf simulator, a 24-hour gym, and more. “I don’t think anyone will be sitting around crocheting, I hope,” Mrs McGirr said.“You have got to have fun, lots of it. And lots of bubbles.”Aveo Newstead will offer three levels of care within the same building, from independent living to assisted living and aged care — offering world class dementia care, palliative and respite services if required.last_img read more

Younger children suspended for drugs and alcohol

first_imgTVNZ 4 March 2012A seven-year-old boy and an eight-year-old girl were among thousands of children expelled or suspended for bringing drugs and alcohol to school last year.Secondary Principals Association president Patrick Walsh says offenders are getting younger and tougher penalties for parents are needed.Last year 241 students were expelled for drug offences, and 2174 suspended – 298 of them 12 and under. In a 2010 case, a 12-year-old took a kilogram of cannabis to school to sell, reportedly for a family member.“Nearly always they come from dysfunctional homes where substance abuse is rife,” Walsh said. “We take a light-handed approach but those parents need to be accountable.”He was concerned at a trend towards younger students using drugs and violence, or sexually assaulting others. Schools could try to modify behaviour but much of that work was undone in the home.http://tvnz.co.nz/national-news/younger-children-suspended-drugs-and-alcohol-4755865last_img read more

Premier League winter break set to clash with FA Cup replays again next season

first_img Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWill You Recognize Celebs In Their Kid Photos?6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadePlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest Pocket6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True Liverpool chief suggests Reds pair will be key to Jurgen Klopp’s transfer plansThe pair will try again at the Etihad Stadium next Wednesday, February 19 after the Premier League sought special dispensation from UEFA to play a top-flight match on a same evening as Champions League games, which is forbidden by the continent’s football governing body. Two last-16 matches in European football’s premier competition are scheduled for that night, including Tottenham’s home game against RB Leipzig, but UEFA allowed the game at the Etihad Stadium to go ahead due to exceptional circumstances. The Mail report that a draft schedule for the 2020/21 season shows the winter break again scheduled for the first two weekends in February, with half of the division taking one weekend off and half taking the other. Read Also:Premier League clubs non-home grown quota to be reduced to 13 However that will again have to change if any side is taken to a replay in the FA Cup fourth round, which will once again be scheduled for the first midweek in February. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The Premier League and the FA have risked the ire of several top managers by again scheduling next season’s FA Cup fourth-round replays during the winter break, according to the Mail Online. Lucas Moura (R) saved Tottenham’s blushes at Middlesbrough. Liverpool, Tottenham, Southampton, and Newcastle were all forced to alter their winter break plans after being taken to replays this season, with the Reds boss Jurgen Klopp opting to boycott his side’s Anfield clash with Shrewsbury Town. Citing a Premier League letter that was sent to clubs at the end of last season, Klopp ordered his senior players to go away on holiday and instead allowed under-23s boss Neil Critchley to take charge of the youngest side in the club’s history for the return game, in which they beat the League One side 1-0. Manchester City and West Ham have also seen their winter break plans changed after Storm Ciara forced the postponement of their Premier League meeting on Sunday. Man City vs West Ham date confirmed as UEFA relax rules to accommodate rearranged fixtureAdvertisementcenter_img Loading… last_img read more

Coastguard personnel, ship crew positive in rapid COVID test but…

first_img“Ginpa-obrata dayun ang ila confirmatorypolymerase chain reaction (PCR) test,” according to Mayor Jerry Treñas. In Resolution No. 12, the task forcelisted the following conditions that returning OFWs must meet “to ensure thegeneral welfare of the repatriates and the safety of residents in Region 6”: * OFWs are required to undergo 14-dayquarantine and must be asymptomatic prior to departure from their immediatepoint of entry. The result of the rapid test can behand in 30 minutes; that of the PCR takes 72 hours, said Treñas. After Treñas and Iloilo province’sGov. Arthur Defensor Jr. expressed concern over returning OFWs, members of theWestern Visayas Regional Task Force (RTF) on COVID-19 drew up protocols on thissector. * OFWs shall submit their COVID-19real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test results from their country oforigin should it be available. The PCG personnel and Cokaliongshipping line crew were part of the 32 people whose health were thought to havebeen compromised for having contact with the 40 OFWs (one of whom eventuallytested positive for COVID-19). All of them (city government health workers andstaff, personnel of the city’s Public Safety and Transportation ManagementOffice, PCG personnel and 42 crew of Cokaliong) plus the OFWs were subjected torapid tests. PHOTO BY CGS ILOILO/ FACCEBOOK * OFWs shall undergo RT PCR test priorto departure from their immediate point of entry. Only those whose resultsare negative will be allowed to depart and accepted in Region 6. OnlyDepartment of Health (DOH)-approved tests shall be accepted as valid results. Only OFWs who test negative forSARS-CoV-2, the virus which causes COVID-19, would be allowed to return to theregion. center_img An estimated 150 Western Visayas OFWsare currently stranded in Metro Manila which is under an enhanced communityquarantine. Around a hundred of them are residents of Iloilo province. The two were a personnel of thePhilippine Coast Guard (PCG) and a crew of Cokaliong shipping line. ILOILO City – The rapid tests done on twopersons who helped facilitate the return here on April 11 of 40 overseasFilipino workers (OFW) stranded in Cebu yielded positive results forcoronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). While waiting for the result of theconfirmatory test, the two were placed in isolation at the Diamond Jubilee Hallwhich the city government transformed into a temporary quarantine/isolationfacility for suspected and probable COVID-19 cases. The OFW who tested positive was a44-year-old seafarer and resident of La Paz district. From the Iloilo Airport in Cabatuantown, the OFWs from Manila would be boarding a vehicle to be provided by theOverseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) in Region 6 and they would betransported to a quarantine facility to be identified by the OCD. However, the local government units ofthe OFWs may take them should they want to. The RTF COVID-19 is composed of theOffice of Civil Defense, DOH and Department of Interior and Local Government./PNlast_img read more

Lady Cats Blank Lady Trojans On The Court

first_imgFranklin County was able to conclude their week with a 5-0 victory over conference opponent East Central. East Central was able to stay in a couple matches but couldn’t get enough for a win. Franklin County is now 11-0 (6-0 EIAC) along with Lilli Stewart (#1 Singles) and Lauren Klei (#3 Singles) owning identical records as well. Franklin County plays Monday, April 30, at home against conference and sectional opponent Connersville to start off a four match week.Scores#1 Singles Lilli Stewart (FC) beat Maddie Davidson (EC) 6-0, 6-3#2 Singles Megan Routh (FC) beat Carly Kane (EC) 6-3, 6-4#3 Singles Lauren Klei (FC) beat Kelly Buescher 6-1, 6-2#1 Doubles Grace Moster and Katarina Sacksteder (FC) beat Brooke Stonefield and Grace Kraus (EC) 6-2, 6-3#2 Doubles Maggie Brack and Taylor McCreary (FC) beat Anne Vogelsang and Rachel Kraus (EC) 6-1, 6-2Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Braydon Ertel.last_img read more