first_img BNP Paribas Asset ManagementGilles Guérin has been appointed chief executive of the asset manager’s recently formed Partner THEAM. In this role, he will manage THEAM, which combines BNP Paribas asset management’s SIGMA team and those of BNP Paribas CIB’s Harewood Asset Management. THEAM specialises in index, active systematic, guaranteed and alternative investment solutions. Guérin was previously vice-chairman of the management board of HDF Finance.European Investment BankBarbara Bargagli-Petrucci, currently director and head of the capital markets department at the EIB will retire from the bank, effective 1 April. She will be succeeded by Eila Kreivi, currently head of funding for the Americas, Asia and the Pacific at the EIB. Prior to joining the EIB 1995, Kreivi worked at the Union Bank of Finland and Société Générale.State Street The financial services firm has announced the appointment of Robert Rushe as head of exchange traded products (ETP) servicing in Ireland. Rushe will lead State Street’s ETP servicing team and will be responsible for the overall ETP product offering for new and existing clients covering exchange traded funds (ETFs), notes and certificates. He joins from Bank of Ireland Securities Services, where he was a member of the team that created Ireland’s first ETF product in 2000.M&G InvestmentsThe investment manager has hired James Tomlins from Cazenove Capital Management to join its retail fixed income investment team. Tomlins, deputy fund manager of the Cazenove Strategic Bond Fund, will work alongside Stefan Isaacs and Richard Woolnough. He has nearly a decade’s experience of investment management, having worked previously for Merrill Lynch Investment Managers (now Blackrock) and KBC Alternative Investment Management.MercerThe consultancy group has appointed Mark Quinn as a partner specialising in reward. Mark joins from RBS Group, where he was head of reward for the bank’s UK region retail banking, European insurance and global wealth management divisions, which employ around 60,000 people. Prior to his role at RBS, he was a director in Ernst and Young’s performance and reward consulting practice. Share Show Comments ▼ whatsapp Tuesday 22 March 2011 8:18 pm CITY MOVES | WHO’S SWITCHING JOBS whatsapp KCS-content by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeMisterStoryWoman Files For Divorce After Seeing This Photo – Can You See Why?MisterStoryTotal PastThe Ingenious Reason There Are No Mosquitoes At Disney WorldTotal PastMoneyPailShe Was Famous, Now She Works In {State}MoneyPailSenior Living | Search AdsNew Senior Apartments Coming to Scottsdale (Take A Look at The Prices)Senior Living | Search AdsBrake For ItThe Most Worthless Cars Ever MadeBrake For ItSerendipity TimesInside Coco Chanel’s Eerily Abandoned Mansion Frozen In TimeSerendipity TimesPeople TodayNewborn’s Strange Behavior Troubles Mom, 40 Years Later She Finds The Reason Behind ItPeople TodayHistorical GeniusHe Was The Smartest Man Who Ever Lived – But He Led A Miserable LifeHistorical GeniusBetterBe20 Stunning Female AthletesBetterBe Tags: NULLlast_img read more


first_img Prince’s song 1999 includes these lyrics: “2000 zero zero party over oops out of time, So tonight I’m gonna party like it’s 1999.” When viewing US stocks today, I feel transported back to 1999. With many warning indicators flashing red and investors behaving crazily, I’m concerned about the next stock market crash.Stock market crash: is this 1999?I remember the dotcom boom and stock market crash very clearly. It was a time of sudden, steep price spikes in dotcom stocks. It was also a time of stretched valuations, as stock prices soared and the Nasdaq tech index rocketed. And it was a time when retail investors piled into the latest hyped, profitless ‘wonder’ stocks, hoping to make big bucks.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…I see the same red flags waving today. Indeed, US volatility — as measured by ‘fear gauge’ the CBOE VIX Index — is much higher today than in 2000. The VIX leapt above 37 earlier this year, almost twice its long-run average. Likewise, US tech valuations look frothy and bubbly. And individual investors, rallied by Reddit thread r/WallStreetBets, push prices of smaller companies around like a turbocharged hedge fund. But when will the next stock market crash arrive? For me, this bull market could run for a while longer.What worries me today?Being cursed with a great memory, I often hark back to past stock market crashes. And what I see today makes me agitated. Younger investors urge me to buy grossly inflated stocks in electric-vehicle makers. Twenty+ years ago, newbies were buying shares in Boo.com, Webvan and Pets.com — all of which spectacularly imploded. Today, companies with similar dreams — and histories of large losses — are valued in the tens or even hundreds of billions of dollars. Yikes.Likewise, the number of initial public offerings (IPOs; company flotations) soared last year, as also happened in the late 1990s. There were 538 in 2020, the highest number since 424 new issues in 2000 and 480 in 1999. What’s more, 2020/21’s huge IPO pops (when share prices soar on the first day) echo the dotcom boom. This rush to float before bubbles burst — notably using special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs — prominently features in previous stock market crashes. Overvaluation also troubles me. The S&P 500’s Shiller CAPE Ratio (of inflation-adjusted earnings averaged over 10 years) is currently 35, its highest level in over 20 years. That’s far too rich for my blood.I could be wrong! What will I do?After 12 years of rising markets, the S&P 500 trades today at almost six times the ‘devilish’ low of 666 seen on 6 March 1999. But with the Federal Reserve promising to keep interest rates low, stocks look a better bet than bonds to me. Also, inflation is subdued and interest rates will remain near zero until inflation starts to take off. Thus, although I feel we are already in fantasy territory today, I don’t see this bubble popping this year. Maybe it will happen in 2022/23, but only if investors come to their senses.Meanwhile, how do I aim to make money in these hyped-up markets? To counterbalance my portfolio’s heavy exposure to expensive US stocks, I’m planning to buy a big chunk of still-cheap UK shares in quality businesses. Hence, I’m looking to FTSE 100 firms with strong balance sheets, solid revenues and generous cash dividends. By de-risking my portfolio now, I hope to avoid major losses later when the market crashes! “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” I would like to receive emails from you about product information and offers from The Fool and its business partners. Each of these emails will provide a link to unsubscribe from future emails. More information about how The Fool collects, stores, and handles personal data is available in its Privacy Statement. Stock market crash: will the global meltdown come in 2021 or 2022? 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first_imgBerlin Bulletin No. 122, Nov. 24 — While [U.S.] Americans try to swallow the prospect of four Trump years, Germans can now wonder, after months of suspense, about the chance of four more Angela Merkel years. Between the two there are certainly huge differences, not only in gender and language.Most obviously, while he spoke often of throwing immigrants out, she was spotlighted for calls to let them in. Only gradually, under great pressure, has she reduced this: not any and all immigrants, only refugees from certain war-torn areas like Iraq and Syria — and not too many more of them.There was pressure from many sides, also within her own Christian Democratic Union (CDU) but far more from its sister party, the Christian Social Union (CSU), which has a separate status only in [the state of] Bavaria. Usually both work together, but the Bavarians, known abroad for lederhosen, dirndls and the Oktoberfest, always lean further right. Currently losing ground in their own habitat, they are threatening to punish her “leftist leanings.”Such pressures take their toll, not only on her usually cheery countenance but also in the polls. Her personal popularity, now at about 55 percent, is reviving after a record low, but her party stands at only about 35 percent, which hardly guarantees victory in the September election.But Merkel’s current coalition partners, the Social Democrats (SPD), face poll figures stagnating at under 25 percent. Their stout warrior Sigmar Gabriel, far less popular than Merkel, lost even more luster by forcing reluctant followers to support CETA, the Canadian equivalent of the trans-Pacific trade deal TPP and the U.S.-Europe deal TTIP. Luckily, both hang inches away from the final shredder, thanks to worldwide campaigns but also, believe it or not, to disapproval by Donald Trump, even if it may have been for the wrong reasons.Confusion over TrumpTrump’s very ambiguous yet welcome campaign words about meeting Putin and withdrawing NATO from Europe caused storms of confusion here. But while they struck at the underpinning of decadeslong declamations about “our eternal bonds of trans-Atlantic friendship,” they also supplied new footing for people like Defense Secretary Ursula von der Leyen, who yearn to build up a big “European defense force,” separate from the USA and led by a powerful Germany, with its century of valuable experience in “how to defend humane European values against invading hordes.”Now, without British meddling and with France facing calamity, German tanks, fighters (and soon, “Made in Israel” drones) can take the lead, reinforcing right-wing rulers in Poland and the Baltic states and building up strength to within 85 miles of St. Petersburg [Russia], to the furthest reaches of the Black Sea and on to Africa and Asia as well.With a smiling Angela speaking simply and reasonably as ever, we have a one “good cop” and two “bad cop” situation, for Finance Minister Schäuble is still busy pressuring weaker European leaders in the south not to reject austerity fetters but to keep buying big expensive weapons from Germany.But there is also a second “good cop.” While Angela was giving her longtime ally Barack [Obama] a goodbye hug, Germany was also preparing for a line of moving vans to and from its White House equivalent, Bellevue Palace. After February, President Joachim Gauck’s perpetual smile, a triumph of hypocrisy, can soon be forgotten.Who should replace him in this ceremonial job, where the president is supposed to avoid the political scene? Since they had no better offer, Merkel’s crowd okayed a Social Democrat, Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, 60. Handsome, white-haired, with a deliberate way of speaking full of pauses, his one-time promotion of laws against the jobless fully forgotten, he is the most popular man in his party, perhaps because he sometimes seemed more sensible than others in trying to settle conflicts, as in Minsk and the Ukrainian conflict. He will now be kicked upstairs into the columned palace to welcome visiting kings and dignitaries and make nice speeches.Who will oppose Merkel?Without him, the SPD faces the difficult job of finding a candidate to oppose Angela Merkel in the main election. Will it be the unpopular Gabriel? Or perhaps Martin Schulz, now president of the European Parliament, also a smiler with a hidden poniard up his sleeve when Greek or other upstarts try to upset the apple cart. Foreign minister or chancellor — which is he aiming at? We shall see.Media speculation is rife about the vote and its aftermath, with stress on the math, since no party can win enough seats to rule by itself. The CDU may agree to join again with the SPD — only if the SPD will play junior partner again. What about the Greens? Once considered young militants, they have long since cooled down as their well-educated core of voters became successful in their professions or in government jobs.The Greens’ current strongman, Winfried Kretschmann, 68, minister-president in the state of Baden-Württemberg, has become ecologically paler green thanks to his friendship with the area’s powerful Daimler-Benz concern, now facing charges of emission fraud as serious as those hitting Volkswagen. Could the Greens and the CDU join hands? They have done so in some states; some rightist Greens leaders excel in belligerency in world conflicts. But this still seems unlikely.A constant debate concerns any coalition between the SPD, Greens and the LINKE (Left). The math might just work out. But the SPD and the Greens reject any alliance unless the LINKE agrees to support NATO and approve the deployment of Bundestag troops outside Germany.This support goes against the LINKE program. Some insist that any softening on this issue would mean accepting the path of German military expansion which dominated the last century so tragically. It would also sacrifice the distinguishing feature of the LINKE as the Peace Party.Others in the LINKE party, like Thuringian Minister-President Ramelow, call for compromises, in hopes that the LINKE can accomplish more within a government than outside it.This question of such a three-way coalition is now front stage in Berlin, where just such a tripod will take charge next month if approved by all participants (in the LINKE with a referendum of all Berlin members). Already almost certain, it will consist of the present SPD mayor plus four cabinet posts (here called Senators) for the SPD and three each for the Greens and the LINKE.Threat from the far rightBut casting a menacing shadow over the whole political scene is the Alternative for Germany (AfD), whose voters gave it 24 seats (out of 149) in Berlin’s House of Deputies plus seats in all twelve borough councils, where some will even head departments.With a mix of far righters, pro-Nazis, former embezzlers and the like, the AfD will follow the line worked out at their recent national congress: hit out at foreigners, above all Muslims; defend “German nationality and culture” and, by the way, stand for every right-wing tendency from homophobia and anti-abortion to low taxes for the wealthy and a strong military.This may sound familiar. With prospects rising for the extreme right in Austria, the Netherlands, perhaps France and already existing in Hungary and Poland, the prospect is frightening.The main resistance to the alienation, fear and uncertainty feeding this trend should be coming from the LINKE. Sadly, its leaders have often been distracted by internal disagreement and by a neglect of battles for the needs and wishes of working people — not only in parliamentary meetings but in the streets, factories and other centers. There have been some such struggles — but far too few.Happily, perhaps, the LINKE has decided on a candidate of its own for the job of president: professor Christoph Butterwegge, 65, not a party member but a resolute expert on the question of poverty, the forces causing it and the fight against it.Butterwegge knows he has no chance to win against Steinmeier. But he wants to provoke discussion about the social gap between wealthy and poor in an otherwise toothless election debate. Although the Greens have stated they will not support him, but instead probably CDU and SPD candidate Steinmeier, Butterwegge hopes to win over at least some votes from other parties among the many delegates who choose a president — as a good symbol.However, this contest will pale when the slugging begins for the main election in September. Will the LINKE put up a tough fight against social cutbacks and military advances? If so, and only if it does, it could gain ground again and reduce to some degree the threat from the far right.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more


first_imgOn March 9, 2015, promising musician and singer Anthony Hill was killed by DeKalb County Deputy Robert Olsen in the parking lot of Hill’s Chamblee apartment complex. Hill, 27, an African-American veteran of the Afghanistan war, had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and PTSD as a result of his military experiences. When the drugs prescribed by the Veterans Administration caused his jaw to lock, along with other debilitating effects, he had stopped taking them. (tinyurl.com/y2hhhv5c)That night, Hill and his fiancee, Bridget Anderson, had plans to celebrate their anniversary. But in the early afternoon, Hill showed up at the apartment complex leasing office, wearing only shorts and no shoes, knocking on the door asking for help.The office staff, accustomed to a polite, well-mannered tenant, were concerned  about his erratic behavior and unsteady posture. They then called 911 seeking help for him. Two maintenance workers responded to his pleas that he didn’t know where he lived and took him back to his apartment.Within a short time, Hill emerged from his second floor balcony naked and proceeded to climb down and wander around the grounds, sometimes crawling in a military style, peering around as if in a battle zone. Again, the two workers approached him, urging Hill to go home before the police came. To which Hill responded, “That’s OK. The police are my friends.”That is when Olsen, who is white, showed up in his patrol car, and Hill, with his arms raised, moved at an uneven pace toward him.Deputy Olsen got out of his car and drew his gun, and, as Hill came closer, yelled for him to stop and fired two bullets into Hill’s body. Anthony Hill died at the scene.Olsen maintains he feared for his life and was forced to shoot the unarmed man.It has taken four-and-a-half years for a jury to hear this testimony, following an indictment of Olsen on multiple charges, including two counts of felony murder and violation of the oath of office.The jury of 12 DeKalb County residents, seven women and five men who reflect the diverse composition of the metro Atlanta county, was seated Sept. 26, and the trial of Robert Olsen finally began.Each witness, whether the leasing office staff or the maintenance workers, affirmed that Anthony Hill did not in any way threaten or frighten them and that they called 911 to get him help.The long-awaited trial is expected to last another week or more.A guilty verdict on the murder charges would be unprecedented in Georgia where almost no police, regardless of the evidence, are ever punished for killing a civilian. WW will continue to report on the trial of Robert Olsen. Justice for Anthony Hill!FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more


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first_imgNews UpdatesConsider Cutting Upper Limit Of Guests At Wedding Functions: Punjab & Haryana HC Asks Center To Consider Representation [Read Order] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK26 Jun 2020 2:16 AMShare This – xThe Punjab and Haryana High Court on Wednesday directed the Central Government to consider the representations made by the Petitioner to reduce the upper limit of 50 guests during wedding functions. A bench comprised by Chief Justice Ravi Shanker and Justice Arun Palli has directed the Union of India, the States of Punjab and Haryana and the Union Territory of Chandigarh Administration…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Punjab and Haryana High Court on Wednesday directed the Central Government to consider the representations made by the Petitioner to reduce the upper limit of 50 guests during wedding functions. A bench comprised by Chief Justice Ravi Shanker and Justice Arun Palli has directed the Union of India, the States of Punjab and Haryana and the Union Territory of Chandigarh Administration to decide the issue after a proper representation is made before them. The court was hearing a PIL filed by Advocate HC Arora. He had contended that the MHA guidelines prescribing for a congregation of up to fifty persons in marriage ceremonies is “counter-productive” to the protective and preventive measures that have been adopted by the Government to tackle the Covid-19 crisis. He had therefore sought for a direction on the Respondent-authorities to reduce this number and further cut-short the gatherings. During the course of hearing, the counsels appearing for the Government assured that the Petitioner’s grievances will be considered and a new policy in this regard may also be framed, if a proper representation is put forth before them. The court therefore disposed of the petition with liberty to the Petitioner to make a representation and directed that a decision thereon shall be taken by the authorities, in accordance with law. The Petitioner thereafter indicated his intentions to move necessary representation before the authorities, within two weeks. Case Details: Case Title: HC Arora v. Union of India & Ors. Case No.: CWP (PIL) No. 64/2020 (O&M) Quorum: Chief Justice Ravi Shanker and Justice Arun Palli Appearance: Petitioner in person; ASGI Satya Pal Jain with standing counsel Dheeraj Jain (for Union of India); Senior Standing Counsel Pankaj Jain (for UT, Chandigarh); Senior Deputy Advocate General Monica Chhibbar (for State of Punjab); and Additional Advocate General Deepak Balyan (for State of Haryana) Click Here To Download Order Read Order Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more


first_imgHomepage BannerNews PSNI receive reports of threatening scam email RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR DL Debate – 24/05/21 Pinterest Facebook Pinterest Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Previous articleFormer Derry City player Ruaidhri Higgins set for role in Ireland’s backroom teamNext articleWoman arrested following assault on hospital worker News Highland Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Twittercenter_img Police have received a number of reports of members of the public receiving scam emails recently.The emails claim to have recorded the recipient using the webcam or camera on their device and threaten to show the footage to everyone on their contact list unless they pay the scammer.Detective Inspector Chris Millar said: “Firstly, I would like to reassure the public that this is a mass phishing scam attempt and not to worry. As part of the scam, the scammers will show the victim their password in an attempt to convince them that they are a genuine threat. These appear to be passwords from some years ago and at this time there is no indication that the scammers have actually taken over any devices or made any recordings. It is more likely that they have obtained a list of ‘older’ email addresses and passwords and sent out a large number of emails over the last few days.PSNI have urged people who receive these emails not to interact or reply to the scammers, but to forward details on to Action Fraud and contact police.Action Fraud can be contacted via their website www.actionfraud.police.uk or by phoning 0300 123 2040. Police can be contacted on the non-emergency number 101. Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic By News Highland – April 12, 2020 Twitter Facebook Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Google+ WhatsApp WhatsApp Google+last_img read more


first_img Written by Tags: Big Sky/Darryl Denby/Football/Josh Davis/Weber State Wildcats Associated Press October 27, 2018 /Sports News – Local Denby, Davis score consecutive TDs as Weber State wins 35-30 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailGRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) — Darryl Denby and Josh Davis scored back-to-back second-half touchdowns and Weber State rallied past North Dakota 35-30 on Saturday.Denby made five catches for 107 yards with two scores. He pulled in a 13-yard pass from Jake Constantine as Weber State regained the lead, 28-23 with 7:07 left in the third quarter. Davis, 107 yards rushing, then scored from the 3, pushing the lead to 35-23 early in the final quarter.Constantine passed 27-of-41 for 318 yards with three touchdowns and ran for a fourth for the Wildcats (6-2, 4-1 Big Sky), who were ranked fourth in the FCS coaches’ poll.Brady Leach kicked a 29-yard field goal to give 22nd-ranked North Dakota a 23-21 lead to open the second half. Donnell Rodgers returned a blocked field goal 60 yards in the closing minutes as the Fighting Hawks closed to 35-30. North Dakota (5-3) is competing as an FCS independent, but its games count for Big Sky opponents.North Dakota’s first score was a 99-yard kickoff return by Evan Holm, who stepped out of a tackle at the 20 and ran the rest of the way in the clear.last_img read more


first_imgMother’s Day was a banner day for the Ocean City High School Crew team. On Sunday, the Red Raiders turned in a dominating performance at the Atlantic County Championships on Lake Lenape in Mays Landing.The OC girls took the points championship and with it the Freeholders’ Cup, racking up the points and besting second-place Holy Spirit and third place finishers Egg Harbor Twp.Proving their outstanding performance last week in the Philadelphia Championships was no fluke, Ocean City sent 11 boats to the Atlantic County Championships and nine of them medaled.Ocean City’s girls and boys combined to finish second to Holy Spirit in the overall points total. Mainland Regional was third overall.Boys V8 captured the Welsh cup and took home Gold (left to right); Coach Mike Millar, bow Jake Ruskey, Noah Centrone, Seth Pierson, Jack Branin, Luke Hornick, Greg O’ Connell, Blase Japzon, stroke Alexander Oves & coxswain Matthew CatanosoFive Ocean City crews took gold medals including the boys varsity and with it the prestigious Welsh Cup. The Raiders were in second place behind Mainland for the early part of the race, but caught the Mustangs near the midpoint and outsprinted them to take home the Cup.Stroke A.J. Oves, Blase Japzon, Greg O’Connel, Luke Hornick, Jack Branin, Seth Pierson, Noah Centrone, bow Jake Ruskey and coxswain Matt Catanoso won in 4:44.20, more than two seconds ahead of Mainland, with St. Augustine finishing third.The other gold strikes came from the girls second varsity eight, girls freshman eight, girls lightweight eight and boys novice eight.Even though the girls varsity eight placed second behind Holy Spirit, the Raiders’ balanced team performance, coached by Ian Tapp, allowed them to win the team title.Members of the gold medal-winning second varsity eight are Alexa Japzon, Juliana Giardina, Maggie Clunn, Margaret Kane, Grace Broschard, Emily Culmone, Samantha Perro, Kira Tracy, coxswain Lucy Greene.Girls freshman eight gold medalists are Carlee Rumaker, Jenevieva Mulhall, Michaela Carroll, Vanessa Karayiannis, Julia McKeon, McKenna Howells, Sofia Keir, Haley Strickland, coxswain Francesca Mastrando.Girls lightweight eight gold medal winners include Elaina Guido, Ryleigh Mack, Alexia Schmidt, Carly Dougherty, Rebecca Dubbs, Marian Wisham, Katherine Coffey, Aura Lopez, coxswain Maura Siciensky.On the boys side, the novice eight consisting of Mike Dickinson, Matt Oves, Gavin Bower, Flynn DeVlieger, Dylan Kampf, Bryce Jefferson, Chris Horan, Dhruv Patel, and coxswain Justin Forman rounded out the Raiders’ gold medalists.Girls freshman 8+ won the gold (Back row, left to right); Julia McKeon, McKenna Howells, coxswain Francesca Mastrendo, Sofia Keir, bow Haley Strickland (Front row, left to right); stroke Carlee Rumaker, Jenevieva Mulhall, Michaela Carroll & Venessa KarayiannisThe silver-winning girls varsity eight included Avery Panico, Olivia Simone, Sophia Cooper, Meghan Finley, Eve Chiarello, Noelle Michel, Kellie Edwards, Claudia Scherbin and coxswain Maren Stickley.Also winning silver were the boys varsity second eight. They are Eric Love, Zachary Greger, James Papperman, Alex Yoa, Max Carter, Daniel Millar, Garett Longstaff and coxswain Mitchell Bartello.The bronze medalists for Ocean City: girls novice eight including Zofia Driscoll, Carlee Parker, Erin Smith, Hannah Martin, Lily Dina, Kate Wixson, Grace Wiley Mackenzie Thurlow and coxswain Riley Fisher; and girls JV four including Alanna O’Keefe, Teagan DiMeglio, Autumn Bruce, Madison Avena, and Mia Vazquez.The Girls Lightweight 8+ won Gold (Left to right); bow Aura Lopez, Katherine Coffey, Marian Wisham, Rebecca Dubbs, Carly Dougherty, Alexia Schmidt, Ryleigh Mack, stroke Laney Guido & coxswain Maura SicienskyThis coming Friday and Saturday, the team will head to Cooper River in Pennsauken, NJ for the 2018 Stotesbury Cup Regatta Presented by Toyota.  The legendary regatta is known as the Worlds Largest High School Regatta.  This year it was originally scheduled to be held in Philadelphia on the Schuylkill River, but was relocated due to potentially bad weather conditions there.Rain or shine the year’s competition should be exciting. Cooper River is known for being one of the finest naturally straight race courses in the country.  There are plenty of good spots along the course to easily view the race and have a good time.The vendors will be out in full force selling gear and all kinds of food.  If you are looking for a fun weekend activity, come out and cheer the team on.  You may want to wear boots because it might be muddy.Boys Novice 8+ captured the gold (left to right); Coach Kevin Wallace, bow Dhruv Patel, coxswain Justin Forman, stroke Micheal Dickinson, Matthew Oves, Gavin Bower, Christopher Horan, Bryce Jefferson, Flynn DeVlieger, Dylan KampfThe Boys 2nd Varsity 8+ Won the silver medal (Left to right); coxswain Mitchell Bartello, stroke Eric Love, Zachary Greger, James Papperman, Alex Yoa, Max Carter, Daniel Millar & bow Garett Longstaff Girls Varsity 8+ grabbed the silver; Coach Ian Tapp, coxswain Maren Stickley, stroke Avery Panico, Olivia Simone, Sophia cooper, Meghan Finley, Eve Chiarello, Noelle Michel, Kellie Edwards & bow Claudia Scherbin Girls JV4+ captured the bronze; Alanna O’Keefe, Teagan DiMeglio, Autumn Bruce, Madison Avena, MIA Vazquez & Coach Shari Shaltoutcenter_img Girls Novice 8+ won Bronze (back row left to right); coxswain Riley Fisher, stroke Zofia Driscoll, Carlee Parker, Erin Smith, Hannah Martin, Lily Dinofa & Coach Kelly Rupert (front row, left to right); Kate Wixson, Grace Wiley & Mackenzie Thurlowlast_img read more