OCHS Lacrosse Beats Mainland 11-6

first_imgAnthony Inserra drives for a shot on goal. The #18th  New Jersey State ranked Ocean City High School Red Raider lacrosse team continued their march into the playoffs with a victory over Mainland. This win avenged their 1 goal loss to the Mustangs in 2018, and continued their dominance, winning 4 of the last 5 games over their rival in Linwood. The team is now 9-1 to start the 2019 season.The Raiders jumped out early, Billy Kroeger scoring following the faceoff 10 seconds into the game. Goals from senior Anthony Inserra, sophomore Jake Schneider and junior Noam Levy-Smith finished a shutout 4-0 first half.  The tight Raiders defense was led by senior Kyle Saul, with big plays by junior Ted Grimley and sophomore Jake Inserra to hold the Mustangs scoreless.https://www.instagram.com/p/Bwpt3uhgbAf/The second half was a wild one. It began with an early goal by senior Marty Cattie, then Mainland scored 3:45 into third to make it 5-1, but Schneider tied it up 10 seconds later, and Mainland answered at 7:42, for a 6-2 lead by Ocean City.   The Raiders then exploded, with goals by senior Trent Laveson assisted by Inserra, then Inserra scoring once again at the buzzer to end the third, 8-2 to start the 4th quarter.Laveson opened the scoring in the 4th, 9-2. Levy-Smith scored again, 10-2, then senior Christian Kuhn chipped in and the rout was on, 11-2.  The Mainland defense did not have an answer for the crisp passing by the Raiders, with most goals on the day assisted to an open scorer.Goalie Charlie Dahl put on a show in the 4th, with 5 saves but Mainland got 4 late  goals due to penalties against the Raiders to gain back a little respect for an 11-6 final tally.  The game was not as close as the final numbers indicate.The Raiders continue with a home game Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at Carey Stadium against Delaware powerhouse Cape Henlopen.last_img read more

The String Cheese Incident Plays Full 80’s Music Set For “Stringier Things” At Hulaween

first_imgSetlist: The String Cheese Incident at Suwannee Hulaween, Live Oak, FL – 10/29/16Set One: Rhum ‘N Zouc -> Restless Wind, I Wish, Turn This Around, Joyful Sound, Can’t Wait Another DaySet Two: Would I Lie To You?, Should I Stay Or Should I Go, Upside Down, She Blinded Me With Science, Let’s Groove Tonight, White Wedding, Sweet Child O’ Mine, Love Shack, 80’s MedleysSet Three: Colorado Bluebird Sky, Sweet Spot, Sometimes A River, Believe, Miss Brown’s Teahouse, CollidingEncore: Signed Sealed Delivered I’m Yours The String Cheese Incident returned to Suwannee Hulaween last night, playing the second of two shows at their beloved festival. The Spirit of Suwannee Music Park came alive for the festival, installing incredible art exhibits and even a floating holographic pumpkin for all to enjoy.Cheese, in turn, matched the festival’s enthusiasm with a three-set Halloween performance for the ages. While the first and third sets were certainly filled with standout renditions of The String Cheese Incident’s classic material, the band brought their A-game for a full second set of just 80’s covers.After a “Welcome To The 80’s” introduction, the band started with Eurhythmics’ “Would I Lie To You?” The band continued with The Clash’s “Should I Stay Or Should I Go,” before Diana Ross’s “Upside Down” had the fans really rocking. The song was obviously a reference to Stranger Things, which featured “The Upside Down” as a counterpart to the normal world. It was a Stringier Things performance, after all.  Thomas Dolby’s “She Blinded Me With Science” came next, only adding to the madness of this fun set.Cheese took the set into a funkier direction with Earth, Wind & Fire’s “Let’s Groove,” before busting out a couple of 80’s rockers in Billy Idol’s “White Wedding” and The B-52’s “Love Shack.” Finally, a medley of 80’s covers, including Talking Heads’ “Burning Down The House,” ended the set.Watch “Burning Down The House” below, via Hulaween’s FB Page.Check out some footage from Stringier Things below via Instagram. The full show setlist follows.last_img read more

Ask the Mayor — May 1, 2019 — “Logan’s Law”

first_imgOur “Ask the Mayor” topic on May 1, 2019 was “Logan’s Law”, a bill unanimously passed by the Iowa Legislature that allows those purchasing hunting and fishing licenses to declare they want to be organ, tissue and skin donors. Among those heard on the program are House Minority Leader Todd Prichard (D-Charles City), and Wendy Luft, the mother of Logan Luft, who died after an ATV accident in July 2017. Logan family donated five major organs.last_img