BRUSH, Colo. – Second-year sponsor Ricochet Race Components has renewed an awards program rewarding IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified and Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod drivers.Sets of three shock guard covers go to each of the five Modified regional champions, all Modified special series champions, feature winners during the Kupper Chevrolet Dakota Classic Tour and Hawkeye Dirt Tour, and winners of 10 designated Modified special events.The national Northern SportMod champion also receives three shock guard covers.Located in Brush, Colo., Ricochet is owned by Modified veteran John Hansen. Information about Ricochet shock guard covers is available on Facebook.“The Ricochet shock guard is a unique piece and one that addresses a need for our Modified and Northern SportMod racers,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder said. “Having some to give away at our biggest special events and at the national banquet puts that unique product in the hands of racers at a time when they can really see its benefits first hand.”
Officials in Miami have issued a community notice about the second round of King Tides that is said to take place on select dates through October 3rd.Beginning as early as tonight, we’re expected to experience tidal levels about 1 foot higher than predicted.Read more and view our king tides schedule: https://t.co/N5ptpJeV7A #MBRisingAbove pic.twitter.com/DLnFehEOaY— City of Miami Beach (@MiamiBeachNews) September 26, 2019 While the flooding from King tides is a reoccurring event, officials are reporting that the tides this year has been extremely high and are causing more flooding than usual, especially in low laying areas and areas with poor drainage systems.Rising water levels at the Pelican Harbor Marina have already been reported.Some reports state that water levels are expected to be 3 feet higher than normal in some areas.The City of Miami says they are making preparations for the coming floods including putting temporary water pumps and generators in place to reduce the effects of flooding.They have also created a webpage with tips on how you can keep your family and your property safe during this time.
Published on March 4, 2017 at 6:09 pm Contact Connor: email@example.com | @connorgrossman Facebook Twitter Google+ In a season full of buzzer-beaters, court-stormings and harrowing wins in the Carrier Dome, Saturday’s game was none of the above. Syracuse (18-13, 10-8 Atlantic Coast) demolished Georgia Tech (17-14, 8-10), 90-61, in the Orange’s largest margin of victory in conference play. Andrew White led all scorers with 40 points, capping off a dominant offensive game from the hosts.Here are three reactions to the game.A much-needed winSyracuse and Georgia Tech both entered the regular-season finale with teetering NCAA Tournament chances. Both teams have struggled on the road and both have pulled off surprising upsets at home. With such similar resumes, Saturday’s win was important for the Orange’s resume.Now SU can look toward next week’s ACC tournament with a bit more comfort, facing far less pressure to win a game outside of the Carrier Dome. It remains to be seen who Syracuse’s opponent will be, but Saturday’s win ensured SU earns a first-round bye and will begin the conference tournament on Wednesday.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWhite outIn what could be his final game in the Carrier Dome, White strung together a career-best day against the Yellow Jackets. The fifth-year senior poured in a career-high 40 points, putting an exclamation point on what’s been a dominant offensive season for the sharpshooter. He made 8-of-9 3-point attempts and contributed mightily to a game where SU shot 62.5 percent behind the arc.As Georgia Tech started to chip in to SU’s lead, White was instrumental in a 21-2 second-half run that put the game away. The 6-foot-7 guard buried four 3-pointers en route to scoring 17 of the Orange’s 21 points during that stretch.Georgia Tech’s best chance to stop White was to stop him from shooting. In the midst of his second-half rampage, the Yellow Jackets blatantly fouled White behind the arc, drawing a couple of claps and a wry smile from head coach Jim Boeheim. White made all three of his free throws.It should be no surprise that White keyed a Syracuse win. He’s done it all year, but never as much as he did on Saturday.Jump startAfter taking more than five minutes to make a field goal in its game last weekend against Louisville, Syracuse wasted no time against Georgia Tech. Freshman forward Taurean Thompson buried a long jumper on SU’s first possession, and the Orange proceeded to open an early nine-point lead by making its first five baskets. Freshman guard Tyus Battle poured in three 3-pointers, laying the foundation of his 22-point game.The hot start fueled Syracuse to a 16-point first-half lead, spearheaded by Battle’s 13 points in the opening 20 minutes. The early cushion was vital as SU’s defense started to wear down. The Yellow Jackets scored the last four points of the half before going on a 9-0 run out of halftime to close the Orange’s lead to three. Comments