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Town report wins award – October 11, 2014 Schoodic Grange hosting sale – October 30, 2014 Fitness trainer is now cancer-exercise expert – October 12, 2014 Fenceviewer Staff David Baugh hits a single for Ellsworth in the Little League All-star 9-10 semifinal tournament game against the Acadians Monday. Ellsworth won 21-3.ELLSWORTH — In a Little League All-Star baseball semifinal game for ages 9-10, Ellsworth beat the Acadians 21-3 in four innings.Ellsworth has advanced its tournament record to 3-0 and will compete in the finals.David Bough pitched the first three innings for Ellsworth, giving up only three runs. Nathan Smith closed out the game in the fourth, striking out two of the three batters he faced.Baugh led the Ellsworth offense with two triples, one single and five RBIs. Landon St. Peter contributed a triple and a double. Brett Bragdon added a triple and an RBI. Mason Tupper had a triple with two RBIs. Hunter Curtis had a single and a triple with three RBIs, and Chase Crossman had a double with one RBI.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textFor the Acadians, Tucker James, Alex Fernald and Johnny Wiegers each scored a run in the third inning. Four consecutive walks drew in two of the runs, with A.J. Lozano running in the third on a fielder’s choice. On the mound for the Acadians were Luke Horner, Wiegers and James. Horner led with five strikeouts.Ellsworth 13, Calais 0The Ellsworth boys notched their second tournament win, downing Calais 13-0 on Tuesday, July 1, in Calais.Hunter Curtis pitched a four-inning no-hitter for Ellsworth, striking out 10 batters, and helped the team offensively with a double and triple, driving in four runs.Chase Crossman and Landon St. Peter each doubled and drove in a run and Chase Johnson singled with an RBI.Acadian 24, Machias 14Acadian of Bar Harbor posted a 24-16 win over Machias on Tuesday, July 1, in Bar Harbor.Quentin Pileggi had a big game for Acadian with three singles and an inside-the-park grand-slam home run.Wilder Noyes drove in two runs with four singles and Luke Horner had three singles with an RBI in the win for Acadian.Find in-depth coverage of local news in The Ellsworth American. Subscribe digitally or in print. Latest Posts Bio Latest posts by Fenceviewer Staff (see all)
Passers-by stopped to view the antique cars on display on Trousdale Parkway on Wednesday as part of a Visions and Voices event. The event also included a panel discussion featuring Leslie Kendall, curator of the Petersen Automotive Museum, Denise Sandoval, a professor of Chicano studies at Cal State Northridge, and Beth Werling, collections manager of material culture at the Museum of Natural History.Owen Zheng | Daily Trojan
Collin Hooper’s body on the dam where he was gunned downA 45-year-old man, who was wanted by the Police for murder was on Monday evening gunned down near his home at East La Penitence, Georgetown.Dead is Collin Hooper called “Gun Youth”. Reports are Hooper was killed at about 20:30h on an East La Penitence Dam as he was walking home. The Police have since recovered six spend shells of a small caliber weapon close to the dead man’s body.When Guyana Times visited the scene, persons in the area were all tightlipped about the shooting. However, one person described the area as a “nest” for criminals while calling for more Police patrol in the area. The dam where the shooting took place is a stone throw away from the East La Penitence Outpost.Meanwhile, another resident told this publication that the man killed moved in the area a few months ago. On Tuesday, Police has said that Hooper’s body was found with multiple gunshot wounds to the head. Hooper’s body is at the Lyken’s Funeral home awaiting a post-mortem examination.The dead man, who was said to be a carpenter, had several robbery charges pending before the courts and was wanted by the police for questioning in relation to the murder of 57-year-old Prince Alleyne, who was killed on High Street, Georgetown on April 16.Alleyne, a money changer was killed in front of the Ashmins building on High Street, Georgetown.Reports are Alleyne, who operates as a money changer on America Street, Georgetown, was parking his car, PMM 9512, at the Ashmins building on High Street when two gunmen pounced on him.The gunmen rode up to the now dead man on a motorcycle just as he was about to exit his motorcar.The men, according to an eyewitness, grabbed Alleyne and demanded that he hand over his valuables. However, when the victim refused and attempted to fight them off, one of the gunmen shot him to his head.