Argos Breeze to Second Consecutive GSC Title

first_img Share Argos Breeze to Second Consecutive GSC Title April 23, 2007HOT SPRINGS, Ark. – Fourth ranked West Florida continued their dominance through final round at the GSC Women’s Golf Championship. West Florida won by an astounding 44 strokes. Sarah Nicholson (Cedar Falls, Iowa / Cedar Falls HS) won her first tournament of the season. Four of the top five finishers were Argonauts.West Florida shot a 601 (297-304) for the tournament. Arkansas Tech was second with a 645 (322-323). Nicholson shot a 146, +2 (70-76) for a first place finish. She outlasted teammate Vicky Jackson (Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. / Ft. Walton Beach HS) who shot a 150, +6 (72-78). Clara Fornella (Montevideo, Uruguay) was in contention throughout. She posted a 151, +7 (78-73) for a third place finish. Natalia Espinosa (Bogota, Colombia) shot a 155, +11 (77-78) for fifth place. Rachel Christ (Charlotte, N.C. / Univ. of Charlotte) contributed with a 165, +21 (88-77) for 14th place.The win marks the fourth team tournament title of the 2006-07 season. Nicholson is the second individual to medal. The Argos had a 24 shot lead after the first round. For detailed results and stats go to the women’s golf schedule page at goargos.com.The tournament was hosted by the par 72, 5,834 yard Hot Springs Country Club in Hot Springs, Ark. West Florida prepares for the NCAA II South Regional Championships on April 30 – May 2Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Woman arrested for reckless driving, crashing into cars at West Palm Beach gas station

first_imgA woman was arrested after police say she was trying to run over people, causing damage to several vehicles at a gas station in West Palm Beach.West Palm Beach Police were called to the Marathon gas station located at 1840 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd Wednesday afternoon, and they say 29-year-old Lynn Midlyn was driving recklessly and apparently tried to run over people, causing damage to several vehicles and the storefront.Midlyn was arrested on six counts of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, five counts of reckless driving, one count of vandalism and one count of resisting arrest without violence.Police said the deadly weapon was Midlyn’s vehicle.last_img

Jogger finds human head near intersection in Florida

first_imgHomicide detectives in St. Petersburg, Florida are investigating the discovery of a human remains after a jogger called the police department and notified them of spotting a human head near the intersection of 38th Ave. S and 31st St. S. in St. Petersburg.St. Petersburg police said they did not have any details about the discovery as of Tuesday afternoon and the investigation was ongoing. They are urging anyone with information to call 727-893-7780.last_img

Olympia Family Theater Announces Upcoming Camp, Classes

first_imgPhoto credit: Mandy RyleEntering its eighth season, Olympia Family Theater has grown from staging great shows whole families can enjoy to providing a complete educational and entertainment center. Its current holiday production, Lyle the Crocodile, runs at South Puget Sound Community College through December 22. Theater critics agree: it’s a delight. Tickets can be purchased through the Washington Center for the Performing Arts or on www.olytix.org.If you’re looking for a creative outlet for your child over winter break, OFT is gearing up for winter camps for children aged seven to about 13. Participants will create an original adaptation of classic folk tales to be performed for friends and family on the last day of camp. The camps are Monday through Friday, December 23 to January 3 (except Christmas and New Year’s Day), from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The cost is $140 for one week or $260 for two weeks, with aftercare available at an additional charge.Beginning in January, Saturdays will find little ones exploring music, movement and creativity. If you’d like to introduce the building blocks of music, dance and theater to your two-to-six-year-old, then OFTeenies classes are for you. They run January 11 to March 1, from 10 to 10:45 or 11 to 11:45 a.m. The cost is $64 for each eight-week series, though prorated enrollments are available.Saturday, performing arts classes are available for eight-to-13-year-olds. Each class focuses on a different theme, taught via fun, creative, energetic exercises and games. Classes will be held January 11 to March 1 from 12:30 to 2 p.m., or Tuesday and Thursday, January 7 to 30, from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.OFT is proud to be your community partner in raising imaginative, loving, joyful and confident children. Its educational programs provide opportunities for personal development in young people by teaching creativity and responsibility, encouraging teamwork and personal integrity, and fostering self-esteem and appreciation for the performing arts.More detailed information regarding Olympia Family Theater’s performances and classes may be found on its website, www.olyft.org. Facebook37Tweet0Pin0last_img read more