There is no shortage of scoring in the Antelope Valley this season, with two girls’ basketball players averaging more than 20 points per game. Leading the way is Antelope Valley Christian of Lancaster junior Miranda Broadway, whose 25.3 points average is fourth best in the Southern Section, according to maxpreps.com. Broadway has scored more than 20 points in 14 of 19 games for the Eagles (10-9 overall, 8-6 Agape League), while she scored a career-high 36 points Jan. 16 in a 46-30 victory against Bethel Christian of Lancaster. At Desert Christian of Lancaster, senior wing Carleigh Hobson has averaged 21.5 points to lead the Knights (18-3 overall, 10-0 Desert Mountain). Hobson’s career high is also 36 points, coming in a 53-30 victory over Paraclete of Lancaster on Jan. 6. Rare defeat: When the Knight of Palmdale girls’ basketball team defeated Palmdale 58-50 Friday night, it was the first time Palmdale has lost a Golden League game in more than two years. The Falcons (15-10 overall, 11-1) Golden last lost a league game on Jan. 2, 2005, against Antelope Valley of Lancaster, before running off the 25-game winning streak that ended Friday night. With that victory, Knight (19-8, 11-1) won a share of its first league title in the school’s four-year history. This was the first season Knight fielded a team with seniors, as the school was opened to just freshman in 2003. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
The club competition on Sunday the 15th was won by Patrick Carr 20 with 34 pts over the Sandy Hills Links.The runner up was Denis Harkin 11 with 33 pts bot. Third place was Pat Boyce 5 with 33 pts.The 2012 Ladies & Gents Captains Drive In will take place on the Sandy Hills Links on Saturday the 11th of February. There is an entry sheet posted in the members room of the Pavilion and anyone who wishes to play on the day must put their name and contact number on this sheet before Friday the 10th at 6.00pm sharp.There will then be an open draw for a mixed four ball scramble over the Sandy Hills Links.Registration on the day will take place upstairs from 9.45am with Tea/Coffee served.The official Lady & Gents Drive In will take place from the 1st tee at 11.00am and then all players will go to the assigned tees for a shotgun start at 11.30am.The entry fee will be 15e per player to include a meal after the round in the Golf Pavilion.The following rule is in play on the Sandy Hills Links until further notice:If your golf ball lands on the fairway you must lift it and place it in the semi rough on either side. A ball in the semi-rough or rough must be played as it lies.Only a putter may be used on the fairway. All members are kindly asked to keep all pull trolleys, electric trolleys and drive buggies well back from the roped off putting green surrounds and all teeing areas on the Sandy Hills Links as we try to protect the main playing surfaces as much as possible over the winter months.All players are asked to play from the mats provided on the Par 3’s and not from the turf teeing area directly behind the mats.All of the clearly marked areas on holes 1, 8, 9 and 13 that are currently under construction are ground under repair.There will be a closed club competition this Sun the 29th of Jan & Sun 5th Feb. The North-West Alliance visits the Sandy Hills Links at Rosapenna on Saturday the 18th of FebruaryThe Mevagh Day Centre Fund Raising Golf Classic will take place over the Sandy Hills Links on Saturday the 25th of February.There will be a fund raising Golf Classic for the Downing’s Tidy Towns Committee over the Sandy Hills Links on Saturday the 10th of March.All closed club competitions on both links at Rosapenna are played from the Blue Markers unless clearly stated otherwise.PGA Professional Noel Callan is available for lessons at the Rosapenna Practice Ground by appointment, all enquires can be made by contacting Noel directly on 0044 7789 157654.GOLF CLUB NOTES: ROSAPENNA was last modified: January 24th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Rosapenna Golf club notes
The iPhone X at $999 is Apple’s most expensive phone to date and a device that is restricted to the absolute premium smartphone consumers. So, how about an iPhone X lookalike that not only imitates its bezel-less design right down to the notch, but also runs on Android and costs under $300. That’s what Chinese smartphone maker Leagoo is offering with the S9.Leagoo is a company that manufactures phones that often look similar to flagships of other brands like Samsung, Xiaomi and Apple. Take the Leagoo MIX, for example, which a pretty blatant ripoff of the Mi Mix or the S8 which was an evident copy of Samsung’s Galaxy S8. The company’s latest Leagoo S9 smartphone looks wholly inspired by Apple’s iPhone X. Apart from the minimal bezels, the S9 also comes with the notch cutout that the X has been infamous (and now iconic) for as well as a vertical rear camera setup on the top left corner on the back.No only does the Leagoo S9 try to take on Apple, but its name also tries to beat Samsung to the punch as the latter still has a few months to go before it comes out with the Galaxy S9. Leagoo says that the S9 costs just a fraction of the iPhone X’s price, coming in at under $300 (approx Rs 19,300). Of course, at this price, one shouldn’t expect hardware anywhere close to what’s inside the iPhone X.The Leagoo S9 sports a 5.85-inch AMOLED display and is powered by a MediaTek P40 processor coupled with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of inbuilt storage. The iPhone X-like vertical rear cameras comprise of a pair of 16-megapixel sensors. Alos, if you hated Apple for removing the Touch ID from the iPhone X, the Leagoo S9 keeps a fingerprint sensor on the back, which is perhaps one of the few noticeable differences between the two. But the fingerprint sensor was expected, I suppose since Leagoo definitely could not imitate the iPhone X’s Face ID technology, which makes you wonder why it thought keeping the notch would be a good idea.advertisementAs of now, that’s all the details we know about the S9 courtesy Mac Rumours who received the images from the company. Leagoo is yet to make the phone official, but when it does consumers who have been wishing to get their hands on the iPhone X can perhaps find some peace with this cheap clone, that also happens to run on Android.