The Ducks’ shooting woes became apparent in the second quarter, when they went just 2 of 13. Both field goals were three pointers by Maite Cazorla, part of an 8 0 run midway through the quarter that amounted to all of Oregon’s offense in the period. The UO women finally gained some separation by clamping down on defense in the third quarter, holding Arizona without a field goal until there were just 40.7 seconds left in the period; that basket was sandwiched between a pair of Aina Ayuso three pointers, and the Ducks took a 45 31 lead into the fourth..
Dave Dorsey of Paradise heads out fishing from the Lime Saddle Marina boat launching facility on Lake Oroville in Paradise, Calif. Friday Feb. 16, 2018. The Russian Service Module has a dual band Kenwood TM D710 transceiver (this replaced the older TM D700). Four antennas are available, three of which are identical and each can support both transmit and receive operations on 2m, 70cm, L band and S band. They also support reception for the Russian Glisser TV system, which is used during spacewalks.
In fact it was a number of stars who shined to lead to the win. At first, it was transition play that paced LB3. Niko Gekas scored an acrobatic goal while being pushed from behind, colliding with the goalie to start the scoring. Council meets with Calmar administration over peace officers agreementAfter discussions at a December meeting over a peace officers service agreement, Warburg council met with Calmar administration to discuss the issue at their Jan. 24 council meeting.”We’re supposed to be working together,” said Brent Bachman, director of Community Services in Calmar who was joined by Calmar town manager Kathy Rodberg at the meeting.Both Calmar members expressed their disappointment in the comments made by some of Warburg council’s at their December meeting, some of which included “being hosed” for the contract amount and wanting to “see more results” from the officers’ on patrol.The proposed service agreement would see a peace officer in the community for 20 hours per month and the village would have to pay $54.60 per hour for the officer.Councillors previously had issues with the lack of tickets being handed out in the village, but as Calmar members explained at the recent meeting, if the officers were out in Warburg writing a lot of tickets, it wouldn’t be proper use of their time.”If we were writing say 15,000 tickets in a year, we wouldn’t be doing our jobs properly,” said Bachman, adding administration was surprised to learn Warburg council’s opinions of the enforcement services.”If this was brought to us before, that would have made more sense. It threw us for a stump.”Council members assured Calmar officials they do appreciate the peace officers’ efforts.”You guys have done a good job in town.