Officials in Tioga County react to Waverly being in the Yellow Zone

first_imgSuperintendent Eric Knolles says he is waiting on some bureaucratic paperwork in order to begin the mass testing and says he is ready, adding that if it doesn’t happen soon, then school will have to move to remote learning only. Tioga County officials also say they are in constant communication with other counties like Broome and Chemung. WAVERLY (WBNG) — The Governor’s office announced earlier this week that Waverly in Tioga County has entered into the Yellow Zone as a coronavirus focus zone due to a rise in cases. They say that it’s most important that the county get testing under control, but they reveal that access to testing is not as easy as it seems. center_img Officials in Tioga County say they were not to surprised by the announcement, adding that due to being next to neighboring counties like Chemung and Broome, it was inevitable. Other officials in Tioga County add that it’s important to increase testing. They also say that the community needs to listen and adapt to the new regulations, adding that because of Tioga’s proximity to Pennsylvania, it will be challenging.last_img read more

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Moderate results let Insignia beat US rivals

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Still in great Shape: New Score of Đurić for Cesena

first_imgThe national team player of Bosnia and Herzegovina Milan Đurić scored a goal for Cesena during the match of the 10th round of Serie B between Cesena and Como.This is the fourth score of the amazing Milan Đurić in the last five matches for the club and the national team. Apart from that, he also recorded three assists.As a reminder, in the 9th round of qualifications for EURO Đurić scored a goal and assisted against Wales, and then in the last round he also scored against Cyprus. Following that, he returned to the club performances where in three matches, counting the one played last night as well, he scored two goals and recorded two assists.(Source: klix.ba)last_img

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Missing March Madness 2020: Sweet 16 voting results of NCAA Tournament bracket, Day 2

first_imgYour vote: Kentucky wins, 58.5 to 41.5Thoughts: We have a sneaking suspicion that Kentucky fans got ahold of this poll and skewed the results just a bit. Why do we say that? There were more than 100 more votes for this game than either the Gonzaga or Maryland wins. Not criticizing. That’s fine. Villanova should have done more to get out the vote.As far as the actual basketball team, Kentucky rebounded well from a couple bumps in the road early and won 11 of its last 13 games. MARCH MADNESS: Remembering Stephen Curry’s star turn at DavidsonAnyway, now that we’re on to the Sweet 16 with mostly chalk results, we are seeing plenty of heavyweight matchups. Here are the results from the second grouping of Sweet 16 games, which were played out via Twitter polls on Friday.The polls for the Elite Eight games will be live Saturday and Sunday. WEST REGIONNo. 1 Gonzaga over No. 5 AuburnYour vote: Gonzaga wins, 71.9 percent to 28.1 percentThoughts: So much for Auburn’s dreams of back-to-back trips to the Final Four as a No. 5 seed. Oh well. But voters did give Auburn a lot of credit, with 28.1 percent of the vote.Gonzaga’s first two opponents didn’t fare nearly as well in the vote — Siena garnered just 7.6 percent in the opener and Colorado checked in at just 9.9. But, again, Gonzaga is just so damn balanced — seven players averaged at least 9.8 points per game this season — and it’s tough to beat balanced teams in March. No. 3 Maryland over No. 2 San Diego StateYour vote: Maryland wins, 53.7 to 46.3Thoughts: This is another one of those games that’s an upset by seeding — and San Diego State’s resume was better — but probably wouldn’t have been if Vegas had a chance to rate this contest. There were times this year that Maryland seemed darn near unbeatable, and those were clearly the games our voters watched this season. MORE: 36 best teams that didn’t win the NCAA TournamentSOUTH REGIONNo. 1 Baylor over No. 5 VirginiaYour vote: Baylor wins, 66.2 to 33.8Thoughts: Baylor received 66.2 percent of the vote in this one, but chances are the Bears wouldn’t have reached 66 points in a game against the Cavaliers. Baylor was a deliberate team — ranking 277th in the country with an average of 66.2 (well, that’s a big coincidence) possessions per game — but the Cavaliers checked in under 60 possessions per game for the fourth consecutive season.The final score probably would have been something like 53-47, and that six-point gap would have felt like a rout. No. 3 Kentucky over No. 2 Villanova The actual NCAA Tournament was canceled, but we’re still offering the chance to pick upsets and virtually watch your favorite teams advance, round-by-round to the Final Four. The opening weekend results — thanks to your votes — produced a handful of double-digit seeds winning their opening-round games, but all of those Cinderella dreams died in the second round, and we didn’t have a single team higher than a No. 5 seed advance to the Sweet 16. I’m a little bit disappointed in you people for your lack of belief in the magic of March.last_img read more

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