SHAWANO, WI- The Shawano Football team have found a game for next Friday night. The Hawks (3-1) will travel to Marathon County to face the Edgar Wildcats (4-0). Edgar is ranked No. 1 in Division 7 and was D7 State Runner-Ups last year. They’ve been in state championship game three of the past four years and last won the title in 2016. The Hawks were originally scheduled to play Menasha before the Blue Jays season ended. .
The howling wind in East New England made it loud outside the homes of people Sunday night to Monday.
North winds blowing up to 45 mph within 30 miles of the coast will take place throughout Monday, taking temperatures that have cooled down in the lower 40s and pushing temperatures “noticeably” to lower temperatures throughout the 30s!
The rain will not be a very heavy Monday through the night, but it will fall steadily and lightly throughout the day, continue to grow and bring the total rain to near an inch all said on Tuesday morning, when only a rush or initial spark occurs. expected to remain.
In the northern mountains, snow continues to accumulate above a height of 1,500 feet by a few inches, and a few inches above 2,000 feet.
Although drier air pockets are moving east to New England from the Great Lakes on Tuesday, turning off rainfall is one thing – getting a decent cleanup is another achievement that will be slower to produce results. There will be some openings on Tuesday in the north and west of New England, but it is likely to bring sunlight in the afternoon farther southeast.
Wednesday must be a brighter day because the high pressure bubble – sunny weather – strengthens above Nova Scotia. This flow of sunny weather from our east will create a land wind that will keep the coastline cool while inland communities rise to 60 degrees.
A storm system that has strengthened through the Ohio Valley Thursday will cross New England on Friday. All this will produce strong winds south Thursday, especially late, transporting lighter air to New England. This system will eventually produce rain or rain with the possibility of thunder embedded on Friday when the temperature is working at a temperature of 60 degrees.
Although this part of the system doesn’t really spell warm weekends after a storm comes in and by itself, there seems to be a shortage of cold air available behind it, so we might be able to reach the 60s this weekend because the weather is improving and enlightening.
At this point, despite the chance of rain growing towards the middle of next week, our First Standby Weather Team looks at the seasonable temperatures in the first half of next week, and we have reflected this in our exclusive 10-day forecast.
Earlier this week, Andre Roberson of Oklahoma City Thunder continued Chasing Family the show, hosted by former University of Colorado Player Development Director, Nate Tomlinson. During their discussion, Tomlinson asked former Colorado University stars how the rehabilitation process was.
Roberson said he is currently in Oklahoma City, although he also spends some of his time in San Antonio with his family. He said he spent his days stretching, running several miles, lifting weights, and continuing the work of making the NBA return. Roberson also mentioned that he enjoyed sleeping for a while, but once the NBA season has a schedule to return, the morning will start to be very early.
This rehabilitation journey has become something that Thunder fans and others around the league have been confused for more than two years now. Roberson suffered a terrible leg injury in the match on January 27, 2018 against the Detroit Pistons and did not return to NBA action.
During an interview with Tomlinson, Roberson had a positive message about the progress he had made.
“I am a bit past the rehabilitation stage. I am almost at the point where I should play, honestly. But I still drink it once a day until I return to the hands of our medical staff and re-evaluated. I just remain patient through all that and know that the light is there there at the end of the tunnel … This is definitely a long journey and will soon be over. “
While this should make the Thunder fans excited, because Roberson was one of the NBA’s main wing-backs before injury, there still has to be some doubt for several reasons.
First, recovery from a ruptured patellar tendon is brutal. Considering the fact that lateral speed is a big part of Roberson’s elite defense ability, it is likely that when he returns to the field, he might not be a defender like he used to be.
Second, this is not the first time Roberson has provided an update that is likely to return to action soon. When asked on Media Day how he felt about entering the 2019-20 season, Roberson gave the same positive answer he gave Tomlinson a few days ago.
“It was a training camp, so at this point I was completely gone.”
This gives us an indication that we will definitely see Roberson at the start of the season. Obviously, this is not the problem. It has now been more than 800 days since he played in the NBA game.
Assigned to be a free agent this summer and in the final year of the $ 10 million deal, we might never see Roberson playing another game in the Thunder uniform with all the uncertainty surrounding his injury and the entire season. The next few months will be very telling if he is able to come back and show what he is still able to do.
Throughout the season, Thunder guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander brightens the Chesapeake Energy Arena tunnel with colorful pants, T-shirts, swollen jackets and overall eye-catching fashion sense.
Without the NBA game being played, Instagram has replaced the road tunnel, and Gilgeous-Alexander’s “#quarantinefits” attracts the attention of GQ Magazine. In a Q&A with GQ, Gilgeous-Alexander talked about various topics.
Regarding the issue of training at home, Gilgeous-Alexander said he had a hoop at the entrance and dumbbells at his house to help him stay in shape.
When asked if he would be okay playing without fans, he said: “That would be very annoying. It would be strange, obviously – it feels like you only play pickups in uniform. But I would rather play without fans than not play at all. “
The majority of interviews, however, focused on the “suitable quarantine” of Gilgeous-Alexander. The Thunder Guards said he approached his clothes at home like he did on match day.
“Basically, when I wear clothes, it’s all just about my mood,” Gilgeous-Alexander told GQ. “It’s all about how I felt that day or at that time. Often, I would look through my closet and I realized I would have something new or something that I wasn’t aware of. Maybe I couldn’t buy it for that purpose. [of a quarantine fit], but I thought, ‘Oh, shoot, that would look stupid with that.’ Then it will live from there. “