McQuade takes lacrosse talents to Le Moyne

first_img“The coach just made me love the campus, like as soon as I stepped on she made it feel like home right away, and I just love everything about it,” she said. McQuade is undecided on her major. “I’m so excited at the same time,” she said. “All the hard work is finally paying off and I’m excited for the future.” TOWN OF UNION (WBNG) — Maine-Endwell senior Reagan McQuade signed her national letter of intent to play lacrosse at Le Moyne College Thursday afternoon. McQuade said signing her NLI was a huge relief. McQuade said the lacrosse program at LeMoyne was a perfect fit. She was also selected for the 2019 Under Armour Command team. McQuade is a 2018 and 2019 Section IV 1st team all-star. She played in the 2018 U.S. Lacrosse National Tournament representing Upstate New York, and the 2018 Maverick National Lacrosse Tournament representing the North. McQuade is an honor student, and helps out with youth lacrosse camps as well as youth lacrosse refereeing. She also has helped raise funds for breast cancer awareness. last_img read more

Ellsworth swimmers visit Maine State House

first_imgELLSWORTH — The Ellsworth High School boys’ swim team was recognized both at Monday’s City Council meeting and on Tuesday at the Maine State House in Augusta. Above: The team poses with its state championship trophy at the State House. Below: Ellsworth coach Jim Goodman, center, was on hand at the City Council meeting at City Hall to present certificates from the city to Ellsworth swimmers, including Beckett Markosian, at left. Goodman spoke about each swimmer’s accomplishments when he was called up. Helping with the presentations was City Council Chairman Bob Crosthwaite, at right.PHOTO BY STEVE FULLERThis is placeholder textThis is placeholder textlast_img

For Participation in the Qualifying Round of Champions League: Željezničar will Receive from UEFA 375.000 Euros

first_imgOnly participation in the second qualifying round of the most elite club competition, costs 175.000 euros regardless of the outcome.The appearance of football club Željezničar in this year’s qualifying round of the Champions League will definitely pay off , reports Sport.ba.According to the propositions announced from UEFA, our BiH Representative will automatically cash 200.000 euros as a champion of his country.Only participation in the second qualifying round of the most elite club competition, regardless of the outcome, will “cost” 175,000 euros. This means that the BiH champion, just from UEFA, will earn around 750.000 KM.This calculation does not count sponsors, proceeds from the tickets and the TV rights.If they would eliminate Victoria, “plavi” would have got another 200.000 euros.(Source: depo portal)last_img read more