Crumbley Award nomination sought Nominations are now being accepted for the Walter S. Crumbley Practice Management & Development Award, which recognizes a member of Florida’s legal community who has distinguished himself or herself professionally and who has rendered outstanding service to the profession of the practice of law or the management of the practice of law.The recipient of the award— sponsored by the Practice Management and Development Section — also must show good citizenship, significant contributions to the profession, and to the management of the practice of law, as well as distinguished service to the Bar.The deadline for nominations is May 1. A letter setting out why a nominee deserves the award may be sent to Carol Kirkland,The Florida Bar, 651 East Jefferson St., Tallahassee 32399 or [email protected] flabar.org. The award will be presented at the Bar’s Annual Meeting in Boca Raton in June. Crumbley Award nomination sought March 15, 2006 Regular News
“We think he’s going to be fine,” Kerr said after the victory against New Orleans. “He tweaked it, but we weren’t going to mess around.” The Warriors aren’t worried about Stephen Curry.The guard suffered a minor foot/ankle sprain when he stumbled while dribbling near the 3-point line in the first quarter of his team’s win over the Pelicans on Tuesday. Curry was taken back to the locker and later ruled out for “precautionary reasons.” Lakers’ Lonzo Ball on playing with LeBron James: ‘It was a dream come true for me’ Curry will finish the regular season averaging 27.3 points, 5.3 rebounds and 5.2 assists in 33.8 minutes per game. He shot 47.2 percent from the field and 43.7 percent from 3-point range.The 31-year-old has made six All-Star teams, been named the MVP twice and won three NBA championships during his 10-year career. Joel Embiid injury update: ‘It’s possible’ 76ers star could miss start of playoffs Steph went back to the locker room after rolling his right ankle. pic.twitter.com/3BH4NlNDjo— Warriors on NBCS (@NBCSWarriors) April 10, 2019Golden State coach Steve Kerr, however, told reporters one day after the injury that Curry was feeling “good” and he had no concerns.Steve Kerr said Steph Curry’s ankle is fine. Kerr said no concerns on that front— Mark Medina (@MarkG_Medina) April 10, 2019The Warriors held Curry out of their regular-season finale against the Grizzlies on Wednesday. Kerr said previously he expected the star to be ready for the start of the playoffs. Related News
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The Penticton native spent the 2011/12 season with the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League’s Osoyoos Coyotes, where he led the team in scoring and was honoured by the league as it’s Top Defenceman.The 20-year old was an offensive force for the Coyotes with 18 goals and 74 points in 46 regular season games, leading all KIJHL blueliners by a 26-point margin.He also added 11 points in six playoff contests. Crawford spent the previous two seasons playing with the BCHL’s Merritt Centennials, where he picked up 20 points and 97 penalty minutes over 90 games.He suited up for the Penticton Vees in four games during their 2011/12 campaign and joined the club in Humboldt, SK for the 2012 RBC Cup, which the Vees captured with a finals win over the Woodstock Slammers.Crawford is the Saints’ fifth committed defenceman for the fall, joining Brett Kipling (Melville, SJHL), Dylan Smith (Richmond, PIJHL), Lucas Hildebrand (Revelstoke, KIJHL) and Mark Strachan (Kimberley, KIJHL).Returning blueliners Justin Sotkowy and Sandro Moser finished third and fourth in BCIHL scoring by defencemen last season. “I’m excited to come to Selkirk College and I’m looking forward to being a part of an up-and-coming hockey program and living in a great town,” said Crawford, who lists his puck-handling, hard shot and offensive instincts amongst his strengths.”My goals are to be successful in my studies, meet a bunch of new people and make a run at a championship.” Also committed to Selkirk for the fall are forwards Logan Proulx (Cowichan Valley, BCHL), Thomas Hardy (Aldergrove, PIJHL), Jackson Garrett (Comox Valley, VIJHL), Stephen Saretsky (Wellington, OJHL), Scott Swiston (Creston, KIJHL), Connor McLaughlin (Fernie, KIJHL), Cole Thomson (Kerry Park, VIJHL), Matthew Luongo (Aldergrove, PIJHL), Cody Fidgett (Delta, PIJHL), John Proctor (Delta, PIJHL), Mason Spear (Beaver Valley, KIJHL), Connor Stephens (Victoria, VIJHL), Brodie Gibbon (Oceanside, VIJHL) and Jared Seutter (Chase, KIJHL) and goaltenders Alex Sirard (Pilot Butte, PJHL) and Stephen Wolff (Oceanside, VIJHL). The Selkirk College blueline core is nicely filling out after the coaching staff inked former KIJHL and BCHL grad Kameran Crawford to the roster of the 2012/13 B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League squad.”We’re thrilled that Kam decided to begin his college hockey career at Selkirk, particularly given the number of programs in Canada and the United States that were after him,” said Saints head coach Jeff Dubois.”Kam adds size, mobility and skill to an already talented group of defencemen, and he should be an impact player in the BCIHL from day one.”
There’s a three-way tie for top spot after four draws at the Tim Horton’s BC Senior Men’s Curling Championships Wednesday in Trail.Garry Gelowitz of Kelowna, Craig Lepine of Langley and Cranbrook’s Tom Shypitka all sit at 3-1 midway through the provincial tournament.Shypitka, third Fred Thomson of Nelson, second Don Freschi of Trail and Bill King of Fruitvale, was the last unbeaten team to fall.Wes Craig of New Westminster rallied from a 4-2 deficit with three in the sixth end to knock off the Kootenay reps 7-5.After scoring the bundle in the sixth, Craig stole singles in the seventh and eighth ends to put away Shypitka.After going undefeated to open the tournament, Castlegar’s Myron Nichol lost two straight to sit in the middle of the pack at 2-2. Nichol lost 8-6 to Shypitka in the morning draw despite jumping out to a 3-0 lead after two ends.Shypitka scored three in each of the third and fifth ends to grab the victory.Nichol, third Rick Brown, second Terry Kryzcka and lead Rob Babiarz, lost 6-3 to Lepine.Thursday Nichol opens the morning draw against 2-2 Mel Steffin of the Royal City Curling Club before meeting winless Ken Teskey of Williams Lake.Shypitka meets 2-2 Rick Pughe of New Westminster to open the day before playing 3-1 Gelowitz.The top four teams advance to the playoff round Saturday with the final set for 2 p.m.On the women’s side of the Tim Horton’s BC Senior Curling Championships, Kootenay rep Teresa Hiram of Grand Forks finished the day at 1-1 to sit 1-3 in the championship.Hiram, third Rhonda Lee Bedard, second Rose Beauchamp and lead indy Pettapiece defeated Penny Shantz of Salmon Arm 8-7 in the morning draw before dropping a 12-1 decision to Karen Lepine of Langley.Lepine leads the women’s standings with a 4-0 mark.Hiram plays Brenda Ridgeway of Nanaimo (3-1) and Wendy Cseke of Salmon Arm (2-2) Thursday.