Midget Predators go 1-2 in exhibition series with Timberwolves

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The LB Energy Female Midget Predators hockey team was in exhibition action in Williams Lake over the weekend.The team hadn’t played a game in over a month and faced the Williams Lake Timberwolves in a three-game series as a warmup for Provincials next month.The girls fell 4-0 in the first game in which they tried to find their legs. In Game Two the Predators scored the first goal courtesy Hannah Piket but lost by the score of 4-1. In the final tilt with the Timberwolves, the girls came out on top 5-3. The team got goals in the middle frame from Keagan Goulet and Ally Dancevic and the third period tallies off the sticks of Jordyn Larson, Payton Bowen and Kendra Bowen.- Advertisement -The team will now prepare for Provincials in Williams Lake from March 20th to 25th.last_img read more

Confirmed Celtic line-up for Alashkert clash – Dembele and Edouard both start

first_imgCeltic’s 2018/19 season starts on Tuesday afternoon in Armenia, with Alashkert hosting Brendan Rodgers’ side in the Champions League first qualifying round.The Hoops, who are being forced to enter Europe’s premier cup competition at it’s earliest stage, are looking to reach the group stage of the Champions League for the third successive year. Rodgers’ squad flew to Armenia on Monday ahead of the clash in Yerevan, and he has named a strong XI against Alashkert. Such a selection was expected given the line-up Rodgers chose for Friday’s friendly defeat of Shamrock Rovers.So, who has Rodgers chosen to start the match? The confirmed line-ups can be seen, in full, below…Confirmed team newsAlashkert XI: Cancarevic, Artak Yedigaryan, Andranik Voskanyan, Praznovsky, Daghbashyan, Dashyan, Arthur Yedigaryan, Grigoryan, Sekulic, Reis De Jesus, NenadovicSubstitutes: Avagyan, Zeljkovic, Stojkovic, Antonic, Manasyan, Simonyan, RomeroCeltic XI: Gordon; Hendry, Ajer, Simunovic; Brown; Forrest, McGregor, Ntcham, Tierney; Dembele, EdouardSubstitutes: Bain, Sinclair, Morgan, Christie, Allan, Ralston, Kouassi Torpedo Kutaisi v Sheriff TiraspolShkendija v The New SaintsSuduva Marijampole v APOELOlimpija Ljubljana v QarabagF91 Dudelange v VidiDrita v MalmoVikingur Gota v HJKLudogorets Razgrad v CrusadersCork City v Legia WarsawValur Reykjavik v RosenborgKukesi v VallettaFlora Tallinn v Hapoel Be’er ShevaSpartaks Jurmala v Red Star BelgradeAlashkert v CelticSpartak Trnava v Srinjski MostarAstana v Sutjeska Niksic Alashkert, the champions of Armenia, have a fine record at this stage of European competitions, winning every first qualifying round clash they have played in both the Champions League and the Europa League. They famously knocked Celtic’s Scottish rivals St Johnstone out the latter competition three years ago.The winner of this first round clash, which has the second leg scheduled for next Wednesday, will play either Valur Reykjavik of Iceland or Norway’s Rosenborg – who Celtic beat in the third qualifying round last season. Champions League first qualifying round fixtures in full 1 Rodgers has guided Celtic to the Champions League group stage in both his seasons as manager last_img read more

BOEM Drafting Environmental Impact Statement For Proposed Cook Inlet Oil Gas Lease

first_imgThe Bureau of Ocean Energy Management is in the process of drafting an Environmental Impact Statement on a proposed Cook Inlet Oil and Gas Lease Sale. It’s could open up the federally-managed waters of Cook Inlet to oil and gas exploration. BOEM held a series of public scoping meetings on the Kenai Peninsula last week.Download Audiolast_img

Setting the example why you should stop multitasking

first_imgAs a venture partner within a firm where we invest growth capital in expansion stage software companies I spend a lot of my time coaching founders and executives on how and where to spend their time productively and efficiently.As an executive who has spent his whole career in the high tech software industry, first as a sales and operational executive and now as an operational venture partner with OpenView Partners, having the discipline to do one thing at a time… as old fashioned as it sounds in today’s world of multi-tasking has been critical to my success. While this may be contrary to what many people think there was a study that came out from Stanford that validates this perspective.news.stanford.edu/news/2009/august24/multitask-research-study-082409.htmlAs a founder, CEO or senior executive you set the tone for your company, management team and employees. Whether you like it or not people follow your example. Therefore you need to lead by example so the team understands the importance of discipline, focus and attention to the task at hand.Having the discipline to turn your phone off or better yet leave it in your bag so you are not scanning emails or text messages when you are having discussions with individuals, your management team, partners or prospects and customers.Not looking at your laptop during meetings and discussions in your office.In group meetings asking everyone to turn their PCs and phones off or better yet leave them in their offices. If notes need to be taken designate a scribe for the group.In a board meeting asking your investors to leave their blackberry in their bags.The above actions send the right message and help set the tone. By removing the distraction and noise from multi-tasking you bring clarity to the mission and the teams actions. You will create more focus within your management team and company. The team will execute better and the results will show up in bookings, revenue growth and your bottom line.All of the OpenView firm members and executives I work with across the portfolio are probably sick of hearing me say that doing less is more and focusing on the few things that matter really does matter.Expansion stage software companies looking to achieve a successful exit… be it IPO or strategic acquisition do so through Strategy, Focus and Execution not multi-tasking.All the best!GAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more