Marshall Bronfin Cavalier Daily Recent reports from orientation leaders have revealed that incoming first-year Jonathan Moore has high-fived roughly 37 men during Orientation Session B. All of the men were reportedly wearing bow ties, but Moore insisted the reason the he gave them a high-five was not because he is particularly fond of bow ties. In fact, he owns only 7 of them himself, a strangely small number for an upper-middle-class teenager from Vienna, Va. He became so famous for it, actually, that Groves briefly held the world record for the most high-fives given in one hour.
With two weeks left in the regular season, the conference races are in clear shape - as long as the current first-place teams win out. A closer look at each of the five races in which WNC teams currently reside in first place include: Western Mountain Athletic 3A Top-ranked Reynoldsis on its way to a fourth straight league title, and with a current game winning streak against conference opponents, it would be shocker if the Rockets don't complete the sweep by beating West Henderson and Roberson in their last two games.
Erwin, Asheville Highand Tuscolaare all technically still alive for the title, but that's little more than elimination mathematics. Mountain Six 2A The mountains' most competitive league is going to be fun to watch the next two Friday nights, with five legitimate contenders.
This could easily end up in a two- three- or even four-way tie at the top.
Hendersonvilleand Smoky Mountainwould need a lot of help to get to the top spot. While the Bears are in control now, they have to win two tough road games at Franklin this week, at Brevard next week to win the MSC outright. If Pisgah loses at Franklin and Brevard beats Hendersonville on Friday night, there would be a three-way tie for first heading into the final week.
A win at Franklin on Friday night clinches at least a share of the regular-season crown for Pisgah. Western Highlands 2A Much like another team that wears green Reynoldsthe sixth-ranked Cougarsare in great shape to earn a league title for the fourth straight year.
Remaining games at Polk County a MY 40 telecast on Friday night and at home to Avery Country are against teams that are last and next-to-last in the league. A victory at Polk County clinches at least a share of the championship for the Cougars. Mitchelland Owenare tied for second.
Murphy has home games left against Rosman and Cherokee, and should take care of both. Swainhosts RobbinsvilleFriday night in what is likely the battle for second place. Southern Piedmont 1A Thomas Jefferson Classical Academyhas been the class of this league all season, and can claim the outright title with wins against Mountain Island Charter and Union Academy the last two weeks.
Bessemer Cityand Mountain Island Charterare in second place.
Thomas Jefferson can clinch a share of the title by beating Mountain island Charter on Friday night.community corner 6-Year-Old Dons Daily Neckties for Make-a-Wish, Guinness Record Dapper Nesconset boy, James Funaro, wears a tie to raise money for a popular charity.
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Plus, this is a government employee prosecuting a case and he is knowingly turning the judge against him. Jefferson Wears A Tie The story Jefferson wears a tie is about a man called Jefferson.
His occupation is that he works as a sales administration manager at a firm. Character portrait of performer, producer, and arranger Joseph Jefferson III as the wizened Caleb Plummer, wearing a stovepipe hat and striped shirt with knotted tie.
Jefferson was born in in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and died April 23,