Overcome – Atriunfar http://atriunfar.net/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 14:33:37 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://atriunfar.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-3-150x150.png Overcome – Atriunfar http://atriunfar.net/ 32 32 How to overcome staffing shortages and create new growth opportunities https://atriunfar.net/how-to-overcome-staffing-shortages-and-create-new-growth-opportunities/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 14:00:00 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/how-to-overcome-staffing-shortages-and-create-new-growth-opportunities/ As U.S. job openings rise to their highest level since 2000 and more than 90% of businesses report hiring challenges, significant labor shortages are hampering recovery and growth in a critical moment. For companies to rebuild their pre-COVID capacity and take advantage of growth opportunities, benefits brokers and advisors need to help their clients think […]]]>

As U.S. job openings rise to their highest level since 2000 and more than 90% of businesses report hiring challenges, significant labor shortages are hampering recovery and growth in a critical moment.

For companies to rebuild their pre-COVID capacity and take advantage of growth opportunities, benefits brokers and advisors need to help their clients think differently about staffing. One way to do this is for them to expand the scope of their talent pool and use remote staffing.

The concept of remote staffing is new to some, but commonplace at many of the world’s largest companies. COVID-19 has forced people to think about the workplace in a new light, as employees can now work from home, in the office, or even in another state or country.

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There are several ways producers can help companies take advantage of this change. To start, their clients can consider recruiting from the global talent pool. There are many highly talented people around the world who have the aptitude, experience and attitude to exceed expectations in many of these open positions, which is why our company matches employers looking to build offshore teams with very talented professionals in the Philippines.

By hiring talent from overseas, companies can respond quickly to their needs and save significant sums on labor costs. The common misconception about remote staffing is that when these companies move jobs overseas, they lose some level of control. But in reality, those who outsource their teams have many advantages. They automate and improve processes, while increasing productivity, growth, and revenue, which in turn creates higher-paying local positions.

Remote staffing can improve processes and accelerate an organization’s journey to digital transformation. It’s an excellent way to alleviate the shortage of personnel while creating new opportunities for growth.

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While remote staffing offers benefits, including an increased talent pool, reduced staffing costs, and reduced time to hire, this approach also presents challenges. For example, there’s a perceived lack of productivity or performance associated with remote employees, but there are ways to make sure your team is productive no matter where they are.

After managing remote teams for over seven years, one thing we are constantly focusing on and improving is our employee performance measurement. We use customer and employee surveys, key performance indicators and specific performance measures to help us measure employee performance and provide feedback through employee incentives or performance improvement plans.

Three key metrics we use for every employee are productivity, utilization and quality. Productivity measures the number of tasks completed over a period of time, utilization quantifies the time spent per task, and quality monitors the precision and accuracy of each task. These metrics provide great insight into employee performance and behavior and allow us to adjust work schedules, identify potential cases of overwork, readjust or balance tasks across the team and other issues. potential that could have a negative impact on the employee or customer.

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Another challenge of remote staffing is employee training and onboarding. Training alone can be a difficult task and doing it remotely adds a complicated variable. The key to training a remote employee is to have a well-defined process for each of the tasks or tasks to be performed.

Breaking down a task into its basic elements and detailing the process is not only useful for the employee, but it is beneficial for the whole organization. It offers the possibility of eliminating waste, automating and cleaning up certain parts of the procedure. Once this process is well defined, training becomes much easier. Well-defined processes and clear metrics are factors that keep your clients from tapping into the global talent pool. Remote work seems to be here to stay. It is worth encouraging employers to take advantage of this now and fill the vacancies that hold them.

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How to help struggling children overcome challenges and succeed https://atriunfar.net/how-to-help-struggling-children-overcome-challenges-and-succeed/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 18:38:04 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/how-to-help-struggling-children-overcome-challenges-and-succeed/ Parents and guardians have spent more time with their children in the past almost two years of a global pandemic, and they may have noticed that their children are struggling. These struggles can be caused by a number of things, but the important thing is that parents don’t ignore any signs they might be seeing. […]]]>

Parents and guardians have spent more time with their children in the past almost two years of a global pandemic, and they may have noticed that their children are struggling.

These struggles can be caused by a number of things, but the important thing is that parents don’t ignore any signs they might be seeing.

Lori Shaffer, speech-language pathologist at MetroEHS Pediatric Therapy, said some signs to be aware of in children include:

  • Do not speak.

  • Not wanting hugs from loved ones.

  • Acting withdrawn.

  • Walk on their toes.

  • Difficulty eating.

There is a wide range of causes for the problems listed above, but there are also ways to help children overcome these challenges.

Shaffer said a number of pediatric therapies may be of benefit for children. These can include occupational, physical, nutritional, mental health and more.

She said MetroEHS provides pediatric therapy services to children aged 18 months to 7 years, including those with autism.

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Shaffer said that each of the nine centers located in the Metro Detroit area offers fun colors and toys to create a playful experience while helping children.

Watch the video above for more information on pediatric therapy.

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Opening a Healing Hypnotherapy Business to Help Overcome Mental Barriers https://atriunfar.net/opening-a-healing-hypnotherapy-business-to-help-overcome-mental-barriers/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 20:26:00 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/opening-a-healing-hypnotherapy-business-to-help-overcome-mental-barriers/ Whether it’s improving learning skills in children and adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), helping a spouse cope with an abusive relationship, or helping a partner cope with an abusive relationship. ‘quitting smoking, Smith’s hypnotherapy has helped the people of the Mitchell area overcome a myriad of rampant issues. their lives. “I put people […]]]>

Whether it’s improving learning skills in children and adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), helping a spouse cope with an abusive relationship, or helping a partner cope with an abusive relationship. ‘quitting smoking, Smith’s hypnotherapy has helped the people of the Mitchell area overcome a myriad of rampant issues. their lives.

“I put people in a relaxed state and work on singular issues at the same time,” Smith said. “Say someone comes in and fights procrastination and wants to know why. We go back to the main memories of their childhood that are locked in their subconscious, and look at them from an adult point of view to understand how this childish logic is what they have operated from without knowing it.

Although Smith’s hypnotherapy activity is the first of its kind in Mitchell, it has gained traction in recent months. Since opening Heartfelt Healing Hypnotherapy in November, Smith said business started to take off a month after opening, in large part thanks to satisfied patients who referred more.

The positive results that Smith’s hypnotherapy provided to residents of the Mitchell area can be seen in Jeanie Morgan, a Mitchell woman who lost her then 9-year-old daughter, Iszabella “Bella” Morgan, in 2012 to ‘a drunk driver. After a session with Smith, Morgan said she was “in shock” at how much she “let go” of the trauma she suffered during the tragic incident.

“I was so guilty that I couldn’t save my daughter from a drunk driver, and I was so relieved to let go of that guilt because I know that I am a good mother and that I would do anything to help me. my kids. I left her space almost feeling like I was lighter, full of life, “Morgan said.” It was an incredible breakthrough in my life.

Before opening her practice, Smith found herself receiving hypnotherapy. After losing her mother, Vickie Lynn Prusha-Young, in early June, Smith said she was looking for ways to cope and overcome the trauma of losing her mother.

That’s when she turned to hypnotherapy, who said it was a “life-changing” moment.

“I have struggled with complex trauma, debilitating depression and anxiety. I am very open with my story and all the issues that I have faced, ”said Smith. “It helped me grieve in a way that helped me make sense of all the things I was going through.”

For Smith, helping other members of the community through his hypnotherapy practices in his healing room at 515 W. Havens Ave. is a way for her to “keep her mother’s legacy alive”. Smith’s mother, Vickie, spent much of her life as a case manager at the Dakota Counseling Institute before she died of heart and lung disease in June.

The 29-year-old therapist recently received extensive training to become a Certified Rapid Transformation Therapist. Through her certification and training process in Florida, she learned to practice psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and neurolinguistic programming, to name just a few of the areas in which she specializes.

Chelsey Smith has opened her new hypnotherapy practice called Heartfelt Healing Hypnotherapy, located at 515 W. Havens Ave., in Mitchell.  (Sam Fosness / Mitchell Republic)

Chelsey Smith has opened her new hypnotherapy practice called Heartfelt Healing Hypnotherapy, located at 515 W. Havens Ave., in Mitchell. (Sam Fosness / Mitchell Republic)

Smith noted that there are distinct differences between hypnotherapy and traditional mental health counseling. What makes hypnotherapy different, Smith said, is identifying the root causes of the problems people face and developing ways to “get rid of” them.

“What’s different here is that you bring in the issues, we look at them and see how it affected your life, we thank him for what he did and then we get rid of it,” he said. she declared. “I have had people who have struggled with debilitating depression and anxiety all of their lives, and nothing makes sense. But when they get that peace and that moment of recognition of seeing the underlying belief, it’s like the world opens up to them.

Although hypnotherapy is a relatively new method for many in the region who are looking for ways to overcome life’s obstacles, she said the type of hypnotherapy methods she offers have been popular in other parts of the country since. decades, especially for professional athletes.

Professional golfer Tiger Woods and former NBA player Shaquille O’Neal are some of the world’s top professional athletes who have turned to hypnotherapy to improve their performance. Smith said that the benefit of hypnotherapy for athletes is its ability to “identify” which areas of their performance need to be improved and then understand why a mental block exists in their minds.

“Let’s say a basketball player has a hard time making free throws and he can’t figure out why. We understand why, ”Smith said. “A lot of professional athletes and celebrities use hypnotherapy, not traditional counseling, as it can reprogram their thinking to give them the mindset they need to achieve their goals on the playing field.”

With the increasing prevalence of ADHD and ADD, Smith said hypnotherapy has shown “promising results” for people with mental disorders. Since opening her practice, Smith said she has provided people with ADD and ADHD with effective ways to improve their academic and professional performance.

“I love working with people with ADHD and ADD because when you can get them to recognize how different their brains are, their lives change instantly,” Smith said. “I am able to teach them to prioritize things and work with their unique brains to achieve their goals in the classroom or in the workplace. “

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Local rally: Wyoming area boys overcome slow start to defeat Wyoming Seminary https://atriunfar.net/local-rally-wyoming-area-boys-overcome-slow-start-to-defeat-wyoming-seminary/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 01:13:48 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/local-rally-wyoming-area-boys-overcome-slow-start-to-defeat-wyoming-seminary/ The Wyoming region battled after a poor first quarter to defeat host Wyoming Seminary 51-45 on Saturday afternoon in a Wyoming Valley Conference Division 2 boys’ basketball game. The Warriors were down 10-2 early in the second period and were down 26-17 at halftime. They dominated Seminar 34-19 after the break. Dane Schutter led the […]]]>

The Wyoming region battled after a poor first quarter to defeat host Wyoming Seminary 51-45 on Saturday afternoon in a Wyoming Valley Conference Division 2 boys’ basketball game.

The Warriors were down 10-2 early in the second period and were down 26-17 at halftime. They dominated Seminar 34-19 after the break.

Dane Schutter led the Wyoming region with 25 points, followed by Tyler Sciandra with eight and Matt Little with seven.

Marc Jackett led Seminary with 15. Thomas Iskra added 13 and chef Montalvo scored eight.

North Pocono 79, Hanover area 37

Ryan Ruddy scored 19 points and AJ Nemitz scored 15 as North Pocono beat host Hanover Area.

Melikah Gonzalez had 11 for the Hanover region. Andrew Fleming launched nine.

Crestwood 59, Lac-Lehman 40

Zayne Dunsmuir scored 14 of his game-high 20 points in the second half to help Crestwood walk away for a win over Lake-Lehman.

The Comets were leading 25-21 at the half. The remainder of the score was split with Chaz Wright scoring nine and Joe Gzemski, Sam Balliet and Bryce Vieney scoring seven.

Cole Morio led Lehman with 12 points.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Wallenpaupack 36, Wyoming Region 21

The Buckhorns used a 15-2 run from about midway through the first quarter to near halftime to gain control.

Devon Kiesendahl led Wallenpaupack with 11 points.

Morgan Janeski had seven points, five rebounds and four steals for the Wyoming region. Rosalind Tart took seven rebounds and Joselyn Williams grabbed five boards.

Spring Grove 56, Crestwood 48

Cadence Hiller scored 20 points and Julia Glowacki added 14 for Crestwood as they fell to Spring Grove in a game played at West York High School.

The Comets had a 20-17 advantage in field goals, but Spring Grove’s foul shot made the difference. The Rockets have connected in 19 out of 24 attempts.

Leah Kale led Spring Grove with 20 points.

Quartier Hazleton 56, Pottsville 39

Lacie Kringe scored a high 19 points and Brianna Kennedy followed with 15 as Hazleton Area beat visiting Pottsville.

The Cougars took control, beating the Crimson Tide 16-6 in the second quarter, advancing at halftime with a 31-18 lead.

Olivia Peisschak led Pottsville with 13.

Northwest 45, CMVT 6

Charleigh Miner scored 19 points as Northwest beat Columbia-Montour Vo-Tech.

ND Green Pond 45, Saint Redeemer 42

Notre Dame Green Pond outscored host Holy Redeemer 16-11 in the fourth quarter to claim a victory.

Raegan Cooper scored 15 and Carly Campbell added 10 for ND Green Pond.

Jillian DelB also had 15 and Aubrey Curley added nine for Redeemer.

COLLEGES

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Mercy 77, Stevens 67

Newcomer Elijah Rosenthal continued to make a quick impact for the Cougars, leading the team in scoring for the second time in as many games to open their college career, finishing with 23 points in a conference road victory. .

Derek Smith (17 points, 10 rebounds) and Nate Kreitzer (13 points, 10 assists) both recorded double-doubles to lift Misericordia.

The Cougars knocked down 10 of 21 3-pointers and pulled away in the dying minutes.

King’s 89, FDU-Florham 78

Returning to the field for a game for the first time in 2022 but still shorthanded after two games were called off over COVID-19 concerns, the Monarchs overcame a second-half rally from host Devils to win in overtime.

Tied 70-70 at the end of the settlement, King’s outscored FDU-Florham 19-8 in the extra period to win after a non-league game against Scranton was postponed and a MAC Freedom game against Stevens was been canceled by package.

Freshman Patrick Bennie soared in points (32) and rebounds (15) while Carmine Castiello scored 20 points and Peri Basimakopoulos finished with 12 points and 12 rebounds.

COVID-19 concerns continue to wreak havoc on the league’s schedule as three games involving local schools were called off on Saturday. The King’s women claimed a forfeit victory over FDU-Florham and Wilkes’ double-draw against Delaware Valley was also called off.

Wilkes ‘men suffered a forfeit loss and Wilkes’ women took a forfeit victory over the Aggies.

The NCAA considers all games lost to COVID-19 issues as a non-contest, but wins and losses are still recorded in the MAC Freedom leaderboard, in accordance with conference policy.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Stevens 59, Mercy 46

Host Stevens took the lead at half-time and sidelined the game in the fourth quarter to beat Misericordia.

Samantha Hardy scored nine points to lead the Cougars as Stevens kept them just 31.4 percent from shots that day.

It was the Cougars’ first action in 2022 after Wednesday’s game against Arcadia ended in a forfeit for Misericordia due to COVID-19 concerns, in accordance with conference policy.

WOMEN’S HOCKEY

Chatham 7, Wilkes 0

The Colonels fell 3-0 down after a period and couldn’t recover.

Addy Olson took over midway through the second period and didn’t allow a goal the rest of the way, stopping all 24 shots she faced.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Wyoming Region 51, Wyoming Seminary 45

WYOMING REGION (51) – Tyler Sciandra 3 2-4 8, Anthony DeLucca 1 0-0 3, Lukas Burakiewicz 0 0-0 0, Matt Little 2 2-2 7, Dane Schutter 8 8-11 25, Caden Bonita 0 0-0 0, Brady Noone 2 0-2 4, Evan Melberger 0 4-5 4, Nico Sciandra 0 0-0 0. Totals 16 16-24 51.

WYO. SEMINAR (45) – Phil Evan 2 0-0 5, Thomas Iskra 5 1-2 13, Marc Jackett 6 2-2 15, Chef Montalvo 4 0-5 8, Evan Antek 2 0-0 4, Teddy Kraus 0 0-0 0, Louis Michaels 0 0-0 0. Totals 19 3-9 45.

Wyoming Region`2`15`16`18 – 51

Wyoming`10`16`7`12 – 45 Seminary

Three-point goals – WA 3 (DeLucca, Little, Schutter). WS 4 (Evan, Iskra, Jackett).

North Pocono 79, Hanover area 37

POCONO NORTH (79) – Ryan Ruddy 9 0-0 19, Chris Walsh 4 0-0 9, Billy Pabst 3 1-2 9, AJ Nemitz 5 2-2 15, Tommy Quinn 0 0-0 0, Kyle McCullough 1 0-1 2, Noah West 4 1-2 9, Tom Thurber 3 2-4 8, Matt Seidita 1 0-0 2, Nick Osadze 1 0-0 2, Keegan Litts 0 2-2 2, Evan Hrobuchek 1 0-0 2. Totals 31 8-13 79.

HANOVER ZONE (37) – Elijah Noe 1 0-0 2, Jake Zola 2 1-2 5, Andrew Fleming 3 2-2 9, Melikah Gonzalez 4 2-2 11, David Popson 1 0-0 2, Mike Merth 1 4-6 6, Steve Florek 1 0-0 2, Aidan Materna 0 0-1 0. Totals 13 9-13 37.

North Pocono`18`20`23`18 – 79

Hanover area`10`15`7`5 – 37

Three-point goals – NP 7 (Ruddy, Walsh, Pabst 2, Nemitz 3). HA 2 (Fleming, Gonzalez).

Crestwood 59, Lac-Lehman 40

LAC-LEHMAN (40) – Cole Morio 4 2-4 12, Corey Bean 3 0-0 8, Seth Berry 3 0-4 6, Gavin Paraschak 2 4-7 8, Jake Simonson 1 1-2 3, Jake Herceg 0 0-0 0, Lesshawn Hammett 1 0-0 3. Totals 14 7-17 40.

CRESTWOOD (59) – Nolan Dunnum 1 0-0 2, Drew Sechleer 0 1-2 1, Connor Murtha 0 0-0 0, Chaz Wright 4 1-2 9, Joe Gzemski 3 1-1 7, Bryce Vieney 3 1-2 7, Sam Balliet 2 2-2 7, Zayne Dunsmuir 10 0-1 20, Adam Wood 2 0-0 6, Mike McLaughlin 0 0-0 0. Totals 25 6-10 59.

Lac-Lehman`6`15`8`11 – 40

Crestwood`9`16`17`17 – 59

Three-point goals – LL 5 (Morio 2, Bean, Hammett). CRE 3 (Balliette, Bois 2).

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Wallenpaupack 36, Wyoming Region 21

WALLENPAUPACK (36) – Devon Kiesendahl 4 2-2 11, Ella Smith 4 0-0 8, Abby Kirsten 0 0-0 0, Paulina Schmidt 0 0-0 0, Aviona Rosenthal 1 0-0 3, Hailey Navratil 1 0-0 3, Erika Badner 3 0-0 8, Grace Steffen 1 1-4 3. Totals 14 3-6 36.

WYOMING REGION (21) – Olivia Allen 0 0-0 0, Morgan Slusser 0 0-0 0, Maggie Hallman 0 0-0 0, Rosalind Tart 2 0-2 4, Halle Kranson 1 0-1 2, Joselyn Williams 0 2-2 2, Krea Bonita 1 0-0 2, Kendall Day 0 0-0 0, Olivia Rome 0 0-0 0, Morgan Janeski 2 3-6 7, Olivia Bryden 0 0-0 0, Anna Wisnewski 2 0-0 4. Totals 8 5-11 21.

Wallenpaupack`5`12`10`9 – 36

Wyoming Region`5`12`10`9 – 36

Three-point goals – WAL 5 (Kiesendahl, Rosenthal, Navratil, Badner 2).

Spring Grove 56, Crestwood 48

CRESTWOOD (48) – Camryn Collins 0 2-4 2, Katelyn Bozinko 2 0-0 4, Julia Glowacki 5 2-2 14, Kendall Petrosky 1 0-0 2, Cadence Hiller 7 4-4 20, Kate Gallagher 2 2-3 6, Grace Pasternick 0 0-0 0. Totals 17 10-13 48.

SPRING (56) – Adyson Wagman 3 9-01 16, Kacie Boyer 0 0-0 0, Victoria Beck 1 0-0 2, Natalia Dab 1 0-1 2, Lindsey Naylor 1 4-4 6, Leah Kale 7 4-5 20, Hannah Garrison 4 2-4 10. Totals 17 19-24 56.

Crestwood`10`8`11`19 – 48

Spring Grove`11`6`17`22 – 56

Three-point goals – CRE 4 (Glowacki 2, Hiller 2). SG 3 (Wagman, kale 2).

Quartier Hazleton 56, Pottsville 39

POTTSVILLE (39) Jules Plachko 1 1-2 4, Kycer Bowers 1 0-0 2, Kali Hindzle 0 0-0 0, Olivia Peisschak 5 0-2 13, Jill Guzick 1 0-0 2, Maya Golden 0 1-2 1, Taylor Welsh 1 1-2 3, Alex Blum 3 2-2 8. Totals 15 5-10 39.

HAZLETON ZONE (56) – Haylie Klesh 0 0-0 0, Kyli Kilker 0 1-2 1, Lacie Kringe 7 5-6 19, Kaci Kilker 3 0-0 6, Reese Kaschak 0 0-0 0, Haley Yost 0 0-0 0, Olivia Williams 0 2-2 2, Mikayla Fay 0 0-0 0, Onna Alfieri 0 2-2 2, Taylor Kilker 1 2-2 3, Sophia Shults 4 0-0 8, Brianna Kennedy 7 1-1 15. Totals 22 12-15 56.

Pottsville`12`6`10`11 – 39

Hazleton Region`15`16`11`14 – 56

Three-point goals – POT 4 (Plachko, Peisschak 3).

Northwest 45, CMVT 6

NORTH-WEST (45) – Kaelyn Crawford 3 0-0 6, Morgan Hermanofski 2 2-2 7, Charleigh Miner 7 1-1 19, Karsyn Miner 3 0-2 6, Angelina DiPino 1 1-2 3, Taylor Noss 1 2-2 4. Totals 17 6-9 45.

CMVT (6) – Jenn Bogart 0 0-0 0, Kandice Bogart 0 0-0 0, Cadee Fish 0 0-0 0, Dana Hess 0 0-0 0, Paris Hewes 1 0-0 2, Olivia Comstock 2 0-2 4, Rachel Hollenbach 0 0-0 0, Mackenzie Boggs 0 0-0 0, Haylee Fisher 0 0-0 0, Brianna Brouse 0 0-0 0. Totals 3 0-2 6.

Northwest`8`21`8`8 – 45

CMVT`4`0`0`2 – 6

Three-point goals – NWT 5 (Hermanofski, C. Miner 4).

Notre Dame Green Pond 45, Saint Redeemer 42

ND GREEN POND (42) – Emma Altmire 0 5-6 5, Rylin Becker 1 0-0 3, Olivia Schweitzer 0 0-0 0, Raegan Cooper 5 2-2 15, Skyler Howlett 0 0-0 0, Emma Zambo 4 0-2 8, Carly Campbell 5 0-2 10, Julia Pohl 2 0-0 4. Totals 17 7-12 45.

SAINT REDEEMER (45) – Katie Quinn 0 0-0 0, Megan Albrecht 1 0-0 3, Aubrey Curley 3 2-2 9, Aleia Atherton 2 2-3 8, Angelina Corridoni 1 1-2 3, Mia Ashton 1 2-2 4, Jillian DelBalso 4 6-7 15, Paige Kroptavich 0 0-0 0, Brooke Kroptavich 0 0-0 0. Totals 12 13-16 42.

ND Green Pond`8`14`7`16 – 45

Holy Redeemer`6`20`5`11 – 42

Three-point goals – NDGP 4 (Becker, Cooper 3). HR 5 (Albrecht, Curley, Atherton 2, DelBalso).


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Pioli’s troops overcome difficulties once again to prove they are stronger than adversity https://atriunfar.net/piolis-troops-overcome-difficulties-once-again-to-prove-they-are-stronger-than-adversity/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 09:11:56 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/piolis-troops-overcome-difficulties-once-again-to-prove-they-are-stronger-than-adversity/ AC Milan made sure to start their 2022 in the best possible way by beating Roma 3-1 at San Siro last night to fall one point behind Inter. Despite the cases of Covid, the African Cup of Nations and the injuries – which meant Milan were without ten players and several starters like Bennacer, Kessie, […]]]>

AC Milan made sure to start their 2022 in the best possible way by beating Roma 3-1 at San Siro last night to fall one point behind Inter.

Despite the cases of Covid, the African Cup of Nations and the injuries – which meant Milan were without ten players and several starters like Bennacer, Kessie, Kjaer, Calabria, Romagnoli, Tomori and Ballo Touré – Milan found a way to to make things progress.

La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews) writes about how Milan have proven once again that they are even stronger than the toughest emergencies that continue to grip them, and Pioli was very happy after the victory against Roma.

“It’s a pleasure to train such altruistic players. It’s important tests like this but only if we can repeat it next Sunday. We have one goal in mind which is to improve last year’s score and we have started well. In Serie A you are either still at very high levels or you risk making a bad impression, “he said.

Pioli does not look too far but also thinks it is important to reflect on the success of his players last night who once again faced the complications with the right attitude and spirit, with Sandro Tonali the perfect example of that.

“Tonali played an incredible game, in Italy I don’t know how many players born in 2000 are at Sandro’s level or they play with so much continuity, clarity and quality. He did a fantastic job in both phases. of the match. He turned out to be an important player, ”he said.


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Richest temple in the world asks for help overcoming financial hurdles https://atriunfar.net/richest-temple-in-the-world-asks-for-help-overcoming-financial-hurdles/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 06:29:17 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/richest-temple-in-the-world-asks-for-help-overcoming-financial-hurdles/ Thiruvananthapuram: The famous Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple located in the heart of the capital might be the richest temple in the world with an asset base worth over a lakh crore, mostly in gold, silver and diamonds, but the fact is that he sought help from the government of Kerala for a soft loan to overcome […]]]>

Thiruvananthapuram: The famous Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple located in the heart of the capital might be the richest temple in the world with an asset base worth over a lakh crore, mostly in gold, silver and diamonds, but the fact is that he sought help from the government of Kerala for a soft loan to overcome his financial difficulties.

Padmanabhaswamy is the patron deity of the royal family of Travancore. The titular Maharaja of Travancore, Moolam Thirunal Rama Varma, is the administrator of the temple.

A senior family official told IANS on condition of anonymity that things have not been so rosy since the Covid pandemic struck.

“There has been a drop in temple revenue and Rs 2 crore has been sanctioned by the state government and it is a loan that is due to be repaid within a year,” the main source said.

The temple has about 200 permanent and temporary staff and a significant number receiving pensions.

“Roughly, the temple has monthly expenses of around Rs a crore and generally until the pandemic hit the temple was able to break even but after the pandemic things got worse and the temple went downhill. therefore had to contact the state government for a loan, ”added the source who did not wish to be identified.

Since 2011, when a Supreme Court committee stumbled upon six vaults in the temple and only Vault B remained to be opened, the treasure that was found in the five vaults was estimated to be over Rs one crore lakh and after that this temple has now become the center of attraction for many.

(IANS)


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Saba Karim thinks Virat Kohli can overcome ‘bad passage’ with better application https://atriunfar.net/saba-karim-thinks-virat-kohli-can-overcome-bad-passage-with-better-application/ Mon, 03 Jan 2022 06:08:40 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/saba-karim-thinks-virat-kohli-can-overcome-bad-passage-with-better-application/ Former Indian wicket keeper Saba Karim said Virat Kohli can overcome his poor run if he shows better application and focus, especially against deliveries outside the strain. Even though India beat South Africa by 113 runs at Centurion, Kohli’s period of leanness continued as he was sacked for 35 and 18. In both cases he […]]]>

Former Indian wicket keeper Saba Karim said Virat Kohli can overcome his poor run if he shows better application and focus, especially against deliveries outside the strain.

Even though India beat South Africa by 113 runs at Centurion, Kohli’s period of leanness continued as he was sacked for 35 and 18. In both cases he perished on wide deliveries. apart from the stump.

Speaking ahead of the second test at the Wanderers, Karim stressed that bowlers are targeting Kohli outside of the strain, so it is up to the Indian captain to make the necessary adjustments. Karim said in the Kheelneeti podcast:

“Bowlers know they can increase their chances of firing Virat Kohli by bowling at fifth or sixth strain. It’s not like Kohli isn’t making an effort to overcome his weakness. ”

“If you throw ten bullets at him outside the stump, he’ll leave them alone. However, when you throw ten deliveries at the stumps, and then throw a wider one, he ends up following it. That’s where Kohli must work on it. “

The 54-year-old added of Kohli’s lack of big scores in recent seasons:

“It all depends on the selection of shots and how strong your temperament is. Kohli’s mindset has always been to beat aggressively. But he needs to visualize how tempted he is by off-stump deliveries and be firm that he’s not going to come out with those bullets.

Karim continued:

“There is no shortcoming in Kohli’s technique. There’s no reason he can’t convert those 30s. I’m sure Kohli will get over the rough patch. Dravid has gone through similar phases so I’m sure he will share his experiences.

Kohli has an impressive record in Johannesburg, where the second test begins on Monday. He scored 310 points in two tests with an average of 77.5 and best of 119.


“India should continue with five bowlers” – Saba Karim

As the Wanderers’ test nears, it has been reported that India is considering playing an additional hitter instead of versatile Shardul Thakur. However, according to Karim, India should stick with five bowlers because it suits them best. The former player explained:

“India should continue with five bowlers. When you play with five bowlers, you can give your main bowlers a rest. Shardul Thakur has a strange wicket-grabbing ability. ”

“In the first innings at Centurion he made the breakthrough at the right time. He looks harmless. But he’s a very smart pitcher. He came out early (in the 1st test), but he’s a hitter. reliable lower order. “

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Karim concluded:

“This five-player model works for India within the country as well as SENA countries. I don’t see a reason to change.

India is chasing history in Johannesburg. A victory in the match will allow them to record their first triumph in the Test Series in South Africa.




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Mitsotakis: hard times can be overcome by being united and careful https://atriunfar.net/mitsotakis-hard-times-can-be-overcome-by-being-united-and-careful/ Sat, 01 Jan 2022 11:09:26 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/mitsotakis-hard-times-can-be-overcome-by-being-united-and-careful/ ATHENS – The year that has just emerged has been difficult and full of challenges but also full of fruitful efforts, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said in his New Year’s message, including a “medical miracle”, the arrival coronavirus vaccines. As the new Omicron variant sweeps the planet and challenges all countries alike, 80% of […]]]>

ATHENS – The year that has just emerged has been difficult and full of challenges but also full of fruitful efforts, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said in his New Year’s message, including a “medical miracle”, the arrival coronavirus vaccines.

As the new Omicron variant sweeps the planet and challenges all countries alike, 80% of Greek adults have been vaccinated since the first vaccines arrived a year ago, he said.

The new year, 2022, and in particular “the coming weeks will bring ups and downs, but we have the opportunity to leave the storm behind us and lead our country to calmer waters,” the Prime Minister said, “as long as we remain united, mature and careful.

Although the Greek people feel tired and worried about the pandemic, and although they expect the New Year celebrations to be different, he stressed, “unfortunately we welcome New Years with some restrictions on entertainment, because that’s what the specialists have suggested we do. May the company of the people we love be the best substitute for the music we won’t hear these days.

Mitsotakis was referring to restrictions that include earlier closures of dining and entertainment venues and a ban on music at the same time, imposed on Thursday after the infections super-spread this week, to deter crowd gatherings. The restrictions, he said in his post, are appropriate to the circumstances and are “intended to protect market activity, social behavior and the resilience of healthcare facilities.”

In 2021 the economy and society survived and the state promoted a system of massive financial support “which has enabled us, during this economic storm, to protect incomes, increase our gross national product and achieve the greater reduction in unemployment in Europe ”. In addition, he said, the country faces national challenges related to national defense while trying to secure its role in the region through strategic agreements.

“It is evident that in successive battles against the virus there have been missteps and Greece’s prosperity needs time to reach the average wallet, much more when the global energy crisis is knocking on our door as well.” Mitsotakis said. But he expressed confidence that things would improve and asserted that “the government and I will be here, standing next to every Greek, correcting our mistakes, listening to your voices and providing solutions if necessary”.

The past year has reminded the world how vulnerable people are to large-scale events like the pandemic and the climate crisis, and highlighted the role of transnational coordination and the challenges of traps along the way. “We need to bring to the fore the ancient ridge of the Greeks: our power to turn problems into opportunities and obstacles into helps – this might be the most appropriate way to honor the 200th anniversary of freedom that we have celebrated this past. year, “said the Prime Minister, referring to Greece’s bicentenary since the War of Independence.

The government “will continue on the path of progress, by protecting public health with flexible policies before Omicron” and by keeping the health advice: get vaccinated, especially with the booster, do several and frequent rapid tests, and observe the protections of base, with primary among them, the proper use of face masks, the Prime Minister said, wishing everyone a Happy New Year.


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Red Hawks overcome adversity to have stellar season https://atriunfar.net/red-hawks-overcome-adversity-to-have-stellar-season/ Thu, 30 Dec 2021 20:51:07 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/red-hawks-overcome-adversity-to-have-stellar-season/ Posted on December 30, 2021. The key story of the year The Red Hawks celebrate the district title after a 21-14 win over Muskegon. Photo by Brandon Kramer. By Judy Reed In a season that has been an emotional roller coaster for soccer players, coaches and fans at Cedar Springs, the team weathered adversity and […]]]>

Posted on December 30, 2021.

The key story of the year

The Red Hawks celebrate the district title after a 21-14 win over Muskegon. Photo by Brandon Kramer.

By Judy Reed

In a season that has been an emotional roller coaster for soccer players, coaches and fans at Cedar Springs, the team weathered adversity and showed everyone exactly what they’re made of.

The team started well, winning two of their first three games, winning by practical margins against Saginaw Swan Valley and Ottawa Hills, and losing only to powerful Division 1 Rockford. The Red Hawks had just won a record-breaking victory over Ottawa Hills (70-35) and were preparing for the game against Kenowa Hills when they were taken aback by a tragic event: the death of Kevin Martens, assistant football coach and longtime college professor.

Martens, 46, of Sparta, died of unknown heart disease on Thursday, September 16, 2021, at his home in Sparta.

Coach Kevin Martens was honored posthumously as an ASst. Coach of the Year for Region 1 Division 3.

Martens had been a teacher at Cedar Springs Middle School since 1999. He was a middle school track coach and an assistant football coach at Cedar Springs High School for over 20 years.

“Kevin was the first coach I hired when I became head coach 9 years ago,” said Cedar Springs head coach Gus Kapolka. “His passion for young people and helping them succeed was obvious the first time I met him.

The blow was something that could have derailed the Red Hawks. Instead, it made them play better than ever. The Red Hawks were motivated to win the game. They took the land as if they were on fire. They scored five times, racked over 400 total yards and limited Kenowa Hills to just 48 yards in the 38-0 victory. But the team didn’t stop there.

The Red Hawks went on to play exceptional football, beating Forest Hills Eastern, Middleville Thornapple Kellogg and Wayland. They only lost by one point (41-40) to Division 5 state champion Catholic Central (no other team has scored so many points against them). They became the first Cedar Springs team in history to beat South Christian (38-32) and take second in the OK-Gold behind Catholic Central. They beat Coopersville easily in the pre-district game, and the biggest thrill of all was defeating the Muskegon Big Reds to win the 21-14 District Championship game. Their season ended with a loss to DeWitt in the Regional Championship game.

Among their accomplishments, the team finished with a 9-3 record; be district champions; make it to the state quarter-finals; Coach Kapolka secures his 100th victory; Aiden Brunin kicked an 86-yard punt in the 3rd quarter of the game for Muskegon, which is the 2nd longest punt in MHSAA history and the longest punt ever in a playoff game; lose to Catholic Central by one point; beat both South Christian and Muskegon for the first time; be ranked as having the best team offense in OK Gold by media covering OK Gold; be ranked 7th in Division 3 in the AP and Detroit Free Press final poll; ranked 8e in the final Grand Rapids Press poll; ranked 18 out of the top 50 teams in the state by MLive’s final poll; and the fact that many players voted for the final dream teams and all the state teams. And to top it off, coach Kevin Martens was voted Division 3 Region 1 Assistant Coach of the Year by the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association (MHSFCA).

“This is the toughest team I have ever coached,” said head coach Gus Kapolka. “They had to face unimaginable tragedy and grief, but it only served to bring us closer together. I couldn’t be prouder of this group of young men. I am honored to be their coach.


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Knicks overcome cold shot to beat Wolves – CBS New York https://atriunfar.net/knicks-overcome-cold-shot-to-beat-wolves-cbs-new-york/ Wed, 29 Dec 2021 05:12:00 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/knicks-overcome-cold-shot-to-beat-wolves-cbs-new-york/ MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Mitchell Robinson had a season-high 14 points and 18 rebounds, Julius Randle added 13 points and 15 rebounds, and the New York Knicks outscored the Minnesota Timberwolves 96-88 on Tuesday night. Evan Fournier scored 13 points, while Quentin Grimes added 11 off the bench for the Knicks in their second straight win. […]]]>

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Mitchell Robinson had a season-high 14 points and 18 rebounds, Julius Randle added 13 points and 15 rebounds, and the New York Knicks outscored the Minnesota Timberwolves 96-88 on Tuesday night.

Evan Fournier scored 13 points, while Quentin Grimes added 11 off the bench for the Knicks in their second straight win.

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On a night when both attacks struggled, Robinson was New York’s key player. His 14 points came on just eight shots. But it was his rebound that, according to coach Tom Thibodeau, made the biggest difference.

“You can’t say enough about the way he played,” said Thibodeau. “I thought his bounce and Julius’s bounce was huge for us.”

Malik Beasley had 20 points and Jaden McDaniels added a high of 18 for Minnesota, who lost three of four.

With stars Karl-Anthony Towns, Anthony Edwards and D’Angelo Russell due to COVID-19 protocols, Minnesota was able to eliminate Boston on Monday. With the three still unavailable a day later, Wolves couldn’t repeat that performance against the Knicks, thanks in large part to poor shots.

Minnesota shot just 40 percent from the ground and 18.4 percent (7 of 38) at the season’s 3-point low. Beasley was especially cold from the depths, hitting only 4 of 16.

“It was a night of rest. We had all the looks we absolutely wanted, ”said Timberwolves coach Chris Finch. “Of those 38 shots, I would say 30 of them were of high quality by our top shooters.”

The Knicks didn’t shoot much better. Randle was just 5 for 20 and New York shot 41.1%, but connected on 16 of 40 deep. The Knicks also struggled to bring down free throws, hitting just 6 of 16 off the line.

RJ Barrett was one of many Knicks who struggled to shoot on Tuesday, but he had a big 3 with 4:11 left. With several Timberwolves players standing just out of bounds in the corner of the pitch just inches from Barrett, he knocked down a 3 corner to give New York an 88-81 lead.

“I’m just happy Coach let me come back in,” Barrett said, in his second comeback after missing six straight due to health and safety protocols. “First games, I was just trying to find my rhythm, I was trying to play with the concepts of the team and find my rhythm. “

New York drove 10-0 to start the second quarter, but Minnesota responded with their own run. The Wolves outscored the Knicks 19-5 for the remainder of the half to turn what was once a 17-point deficit into a 44-41 lead in New York at halftime.

The Knicks had another inning in the third quarter to build a sizable lead. New York outscored Minnesota 15-3 early in the third, including a pair of 3-pointers from Kemba Walker.

Wolves had late chances to gain momentum but couldn’t find a timely play.

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“It just didn’t work all the way through when we needed it,” Finch said.

ALWAYS NOT READY

Edwards, Patrick Beverley, Naz Reid and Taurean Prince all approved health and safety protocols ahead of Tuesday’s game, but only Beverley and Reid played.

Although Edwards and Prince were cleared, Finch said they needed a 48-hour ramp-up period. Both players attended individual training sessions on Tuesday, but watched the game in formal attire.

“It’s very complex and every situation is a little different based on their symptoms, levels, etc.,” Finch said.

Beverley showed some rust in her opener, missing all eight shots from the ground.

ADVICE

Knicks: G Wayne Selden Jr. went into health and safety protocols ahead of Tuesday’s game. … G Miles McBride joined the team on Tuesday after being cleared of health and safety protocols.

Wolves of the woods: Finch contested a foul against McDaniels at the end of the second quarter, and the appeal was quashed. … Nathan Knight fouled with 5:48 left in the game. He had eight points and seven rebounds.

FOLLOWING

Knicks: New York continues its four-game road trip Wednesday in Detroit.

Wolves of the woods: Minnesota begins a three-game road trip on the West Coast with a game Friday in Utah.

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