John Calipari is known at Kentucky for the high-profile, powerhouse classes he has brought in over the years. The real news here is Kentucky being projected to land Holland, who doesn’t even officially have a scholarship offer from John Calipari but is visiting in June. Perhaps the offer is merely a formality and Holland has a spot at Kentucky is he wants it. Be sure to read the entire article for insight on other Kentucky targets like Wagner and Justin Edwards. Follow our Twitter page and then go ‘like’ our Facebook page for the latest Kentucky Wildcats news and views.
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Over 240 Naperville Central seniors were recognized at the Senior Academic Awards ceremony on May 2 in order to celebrate their academic achievements. The Academic High Honors Recognition was the most common award given out throughout the night. Furthermore, students involved in College Board’s national recognition programs, such as the National African American Recognition Program, National Hispanic Recognition Program, or National Indigenous Recognition Program, also recieved the Academic High Honors Recognition award. More uncommon awards were also given out as well including the Illinois State Global Scholar award and more. “I’m being awarded the College Board recognition program for African American students and National Honor society,” Erwin said.
ROCKDALE COUNTY, GA–Two outstanding students invested in community service in Rockdale County were named finalists for the Rockdale Coalition for Children and Families’ 2022 John K. Morgan Scholarship. Since the inception of the John K. Morgan Scholarship, nearly $80,000 has been awarded to deserving students in Conyers and Rockdale County. Finalists for the 2022 John K. Morgan Scholarship are Alexandria Brumlow (Heritage High School) and Jaidyn Sawyer (Rockdale Magnet School for Science and Technology). Pictured far right are Ruth Wilson (blue suit) and Rockdale Coalition Board Member Superior Court Judge Nancy Bills. Highlights of community service demonstrated by the two finalists include:Alexandria Brumlow considers her volunteerism with Keep Conyers Rockdale Beautiful, Community Church of Praise and at C.J.
WISCONSIN — Pride Month is celeberated throughout the month of June to recognize the LGBTQ+ community's past, present and future. The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers’ Pride Night package includes a Pride Night baseball hat and a box seat ticket. AniwaCentral Wisconsin PrideWhen: June 17 - 19Where: Motorama Events Grounds, 181705 Stradale Ln. Lake PepinLake Pepin Pride: Celebration in the ParkWhen: June 11, 11 a.m. - 9 p.m.Where: Stockholm Wisconsin Village Park. N2030 Spring St., StockholmLake Pepin Pride is showcasing "big love in a small town" with multiple speakers and unique activities for its second-annual Pride event.
#1: Paul WannerWanner’s still in high school and considered a diligent student. #5: Eric Maxim Choupo-MotingChoupo-Moting graduated high school from his hometown of Hamburg, Germany, where he also met his current wife. #6: Jamal MusialaMusiala studied in England for eight years and graduated from high school with a Business A-Level. #11: Leon GoretzkaGoretzka stands out on this list because he graduated high school while already being a full professional at Schalke! #16: Leroy SaneSane grew up in Bochum but attended school in Gelsenkirchen, graduating high school from Berger Feld Comprehensive School.
Over the last several years the news that a five star recruit was planning a visit to the Clemson football facilities had become no big deal. It was a regular thing, something that became expected and the question was how many would accept the Tigers scholarship offer. Yes, I still believe Clemson has a realistic shot of landing Peter Woods. Nick Saban tends to get the ones he wants, and he wants Woods, so it will be an uphill battle. You can listen to our latest discussion with Jason about NIL, recruiting and more on the Sluggo Podcast below:Sluggo podcast is not affiliated with rubbingtherock.com or FanSided.com.
From Staff ReportsAMERICUS —Four students in the Diesel Equipment Technology program at South Georgia Technical College (SGTC) were awarded the South Georgia Technical College Foundation Caterpillar Excellence Scholarships recently in recognition of their hard work, work ethics and grade point averages. Gay landed at South Georgia Technical College and the rest is history. Before choosing South Georgia Technical College, he attended Lee County High School. “We appreciate Caterpillar for the funds to be able to award these scholarships to these outstanding diesel technicians.”Chase Shannon, SGTC Diesel Equipment Technology Instructor, also praised the students. The partnership with Caterpillar addresses the need for qualified Diesel Equipment technicians and assists students who have made achievements in the Diesel field.
Connections Episode 36The War in UkraineMouin Rabbani interview Nabih BulosOn Wednesday, 25 May Jadaliyya Co-Editor Mouin Rabbani spoke with war correspondent Nabih Bulos about the war in Ukraine. This episode of Connections examines the various dimensions of the conflict and its global impact. Connections offers timely and informative interviews on current events and broader policy questions, as well as themes relevant to knowledge production. GuestNabih Bulos, who was in Ukraine at the beginning of the Russian invasion and has reported extensively from that country since then, is the Middle East bureau chief of the Los Angeles Times. HostMouin Rabbani has published and commented widely on Palestinian affairs, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and the contemporary Middle East.
Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots appear to have a plan to fill Josh McDaniels' void on offense. And it involves a lot of Bill Belichick. Patriots Talk: Patriots offensive coaching plan takes shape. | Listen & Subscribe | Watch on YouTube"I still, at some level, believe that Bill Belichick is trying to centralize responsibility," Florio told co-host Chris Simms. "I feel like at some level, that's part of the genius of Bill Belichick: circling the wagons around the coaching staff."