Marysville Appeal-Democrat : 2019-02-11
SPORTS : 8 : B2
SPORTS B2 Monday, February 11, 2019 APPEAL-DEMOCRAT Central Division W L Pct GB Nate Lashley Dustin Johnson Tommy Fleetwood Brian Stuard Roberto Castro Alex Prugh Cameron Tringale Matt Jones Johnson Wagner John Rollins Cody Gribble Cameron Davis Steve Strickler Dominic Bozzelli Wyndham Clark Charley Hoffman Martin Laird Sang-moon Bae John Senden Austin Cook Adam Scott Fabian Gomez (••-Round 4 to resume 67-71-73-72-–283 66-73-73-71-–283 73-68-71-71-–283 69-70-73-71-–283 68-70-72-74-–284 69-72-68-75-–284 71-68-72-73-–284 71-71-70-72-–284 67-73-71-74-–285 73-69-70-74-–286 66-73-73-78-–290 72-68-72-78-–290 68-75-70-••-–213 72-73-68-••-–213 73-69-71-••-–213 69-72-72-••-–213 68-74-71-••-–213 69-71-73-••-–213 72-72-69-••-–213 66-74-73-••-–213 70-72-71-••-–213 67-71-75-••-–213 today) Dallas St. Louis Minnesota Colorado Chicago 55 54 56 55 56 28 27 27 22 23 22 22 24 22 24 5 5 5 11 9 61 59 59 55 55 142 140 155 159 156 162 180 183 182 203 National Basketball Association WESTERN CONFERENCE Pacific Division W L 40 15 Milwaukee Indiana Detroit Chicago Cleveland 41 37 25 13 11 14 19 29 43 45 .745 — .661 4.5 .463 15.5 .232 28.5 .196 30.5 National Collegiate Athletic Association Sunday’s Results–top 25 Pct .727 GB — EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA WARRIORS Sunday’s Results KINGS 30 26 .536 10.5 Dallas 102, Portland 101 Philadelphia 143, L.A. Lakers 120 Tampa Bay Toronto Boston Montreal Buffalo Florida Detroit Ottawa 56 55 56 56 55 54 56 55 41 34 31 31 27 23 21 21 11 18 17 18 21 23 28 29 4 3 8 7 7 8 7 5 86 71 70 69 61 54 49 47 217 156 195 157 162 145 172 162 162 170 168 189 156 186 172 201 Today’s Games–top 25 KINGS 117, Phoenix 104 Orlando 124,Atlanta 108 Southwest Division W L Pct GB WARRIORS 120, Miami 118 Today’s Games Pacific 12 Conference W L Pct CONF GB New York at Cleveland, 4 p.m. Washington at Detroit, 4 p.m. Charlotte at Indiana, 4 p.m. Brooklyn at Toronto, 4:30 p.m. Milwaukee at Chicago, 5 p.m. Dallas at Houston, 5 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Minnesota, 5 p.m. Portland at Oklahoma City, 5 p.m. Miami at Denver, 6 p.m. Metropolitan Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Northwest Division W L Pct GB NBA Offensive Leaders POINTS PPG National Hockey League WESTERN CONFERENCE Pacific Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA 1. James Harden, HOU ................................. 36.6 2. Anthony Davis, NO ................................... 29.0 EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct GB 3. Stephen Curry, GS ........................... 28.7 Sunday’s Results 4. Paul George, OKC ..................................... 28.3 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-am Spyglass Hill GC – Par 72, Yards 6960 Pebble Beach GL - Par 72, Yards 6816 Purse: $7,600,000 Sunday – Final Round (Suspended) Calgary San Jose Vegas Vancouver Arizona Edmonton Los Angeles Anaheim 5. Kevin Durant, GS ............................. 27.3 ASSISTS APG 1. Russell Westbrook, OKC ........................... 11.2 2. Kyle Lowry, TOR .......................................... 9.2 3. Jrue Holiday, NO ......................................... 8.0 4. Ben Simmons, PHI ...................................... 8.0 5. James Harden, HOU ................................... 7.8 Southeast Division W L Pct GB Phil Mickelson Scott Stallings Paul Casey Jason Day Si Woo Kim Scott Langley Kevin Streelman 65-68-70-••-–203 67-70-69-66-–272 69-64-67-••-–200 65-69-72-68-–274 66-71-69-68-–274 64-69-73-69-–275 70-70-71-65-–276 FIELD GOAL % FG% Central Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Today’s Games 1. Rudy Gobert, UTAH ................................... 653 2. Deandre Jordan, DAL/NY .......................... 647 3. Clint Capela, HOU ..................................... 631 Winnipeg Nashville OASIS CHAMPIONSHIP Langer runs away with title in final round By David Furones of the Oasis, the PGA Tour Champions event which last year went by Boca Raton Championship and was previously known as Allianz Championship since its inception in 2007. With the $255,000 in top prize money, Langer passes Hale Irwin for No. 1 on the tour’s all-time money list, now earning a career total of $27,196,504. Langer’s 39th Champions title puts him six behind Irwin’s record, 45.
Langer’s front nine augmented the lead he entered Sunday with after capping his second round with an eagle on the 18th hole Saturday to leap Marco Dawson on the leaderboard. Dawson would finish second at 14-under, and Bob Estes was third at 13-under. The five-shot margin of victory shattered the tournament’s previous high of two. today, it was really, really good. I was really pleased with how my short game held up.”
With only one bogey throughout his three rounds, he did it all weekend with his daughter, Jackie, by his side as his caddie.
“It’s always fun to be on the bag. Wish I could do it more often,” said Jackie Langer, who won for the first time as Bernhard’s caddie. “I try to keep things light, light-hearted, tell some jokes, but more so just keeping him loose and not too anxious.”
“She certainly provided the three basic rules of a caddie: Show up, keep up, shut up,” Langer said. “She was perfect at those three – the shut up didn’t quite work as well, so I should say she was good at two. She likes to talk, but she just relaxes me.” Sun Sentinel (TNS) BOCA RATON, Fla. – With his daughter as his caddie, a favorite bible verse in his pocket and playing on his home course, there was no stopping Bernhard Langer on Sunday.
Langer ran away with the Oasis Championship title at The Old Course at Broken Sound, which is a brief 10-minute drive from his Boca Raton residence, with a 7-under final round that had him finish with a tournament-record 19-under 197 overall, five shots ahead of the field.
“It means a great deal to win in front of your home crowd, your family, your friends,” said Langer. “Winning at home is always extremely special.”
Langer, the German who also won in 2010, is the first two-time champion round to first increase his lead to five strokes. He would hold on from there.
“It was an amazing start,” Langer said. “One of my best starts every, honestly. In these conditions, as windy as it was NOTICE OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION Para más detalles llame 1-800-660-6789 PROJECT NAME: SMARTVILLE MARYSVILLE 60kv POWER LINE RELOCATION (State Route 20 Timbuctoo Safety Improvement Project) Yuba County, PM 74008565 ADVICE LETTER NUMBER: 5481-E Proposed Project: To accommodate the widening of Highway 20 in Yuba County (larger project), the State of California, Department of Transportation (Caltrans) has requested Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) to relocate approximately 0.2 miles of the existing Smartville-marysville 60 Kilovolt (kv) Power Line located within an unincorporated portion of Yuba County. PG&E will relocate 6 existing wood poles (approximately 50 feet tall) with 6 new wood poles (approximately 62 to 67 feet tall). Height increases are required to comply with California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) General Order 95 minimum ground-to-conductor clearance requirements, while accommodating Caltrans Highway 20 proposed improvements, and electric distribution wires and future communication wires on the power line poles (underbuild). The project begins at an existing PG&E wood power pole on the north side of Highway 20, approximately 300 feet northwest of the intersection of Highway 20 with Smartville Road and parallels the north side of the highway for approximately 840 feet. The relocated segment then crosses to the south side of the highway and continues in a westerly direction approximately 385 feet to rejoin the existing alignment at a point approximately 200 feet southwest of the intersection of Highway 20 with Timbuctoo Road. Construction is tentatively scheduled to begin in March 2019, or as soon as practicable after project approval. Construction is anticipated to be completed two weeks after construction begins. Exemption from CPUC Permit Requirement: CPUC General Order 131-D, Section III, Subsection B.1, exempts a utility from the CPUC’S requirement to file an application requesting authority to construct if a project meets specific conditions. This project qualifies for the following exemption: f. “power lines or substations to be relocated or constructed which have undergone environmental review pursuant to CEQA as part of a larger project, and for which the final CEQA document (Environmental Impact Report or Negative Declaration) finds no significant unavoidable environmental impacts caused by the proposed line or substation.” Caltrans and the Federal Highway Administration adopted an Initial Study with Mitigated Negative Declaration /Environmen Assessment for the State Route 20 Timbuctoo Safety Improvement Project, finding no significant unavoidable environment impacts resulting from PG&E’S required utility relocations (State Clearinghouse # 2017062061, CEQA MND document link http://www.dot.ca.gov/dist3/departments/envinternet/timbuctoo/timbuctoo.htm Additional Project Information: To obtain further information on the proposed project, please call PG&E’S Project Information Line at (415) 973-5530. Public Review Process: Individuals or groups may protest the proposed construction if they believe that PG&E has incorrectly applied for an exemption or that the conditions set out in Section III.B.2 of General Order 131-D exist; GET MONEY NOW! a. There is reasonable possibility that the activity may have an impact on an environmental resource of hazardous or critical concern where designated, precisely mapped and officially adopted pursuant to law by federal, state, or local agencies; or b. The cumulative impact of successive projects of the same type in the same place, over time, is significant; or c. There is a reasonable possibility that the activity will have a significant effect on the environment due to unusual circumstances. BUY - SELL - LOAN DIAMONDS • JEWELRY • CAMERAS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS • FIREARMS Protests should include the following: 1. Your name, mailing address and daytime telephone number. 2. Reference to the CPUC Advice Letter Number and Project Name. 3. A clear description of the reason for the protest. 4. Whether you believe that evidentiary hearings are necessary to resolve factual disputes. Friendly And Confidential Protests for this project must be filed by March 4, 2019 at the following address: Director, Energy Division ED Tariff Unit California Public Utilities Commission 505 Van Ness Avenue, Fourth Floor San Francisco, California 94102 With a copy mailed to: David Kraska, Law Department Pacific Gas and Electric Company P.O. Box 7442 San Francisco, California 94120 PG&E must respond within five business days of receipt and serve its response on each protestant and the Energy Division. Within 30 days after PG&E has submitted its response, the CPUC Executive Director will send you a copy of an Executive Resolution granting or denying PG&E’S request and stating the reasons for the decision. ARMOR LOAN OFFICE 743-0615 Assistance in Filing a Protest: If you need assistance in filing a protest, contact the CPUC Public Advisor: or call: 1-866-849-8390 (toll-free), or (415) 703-2074, or TTY (415) 703-5258. email: [email protected] Lic # 5801-0999 9:30 AM TO 5:30 PM TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY Public Comment: Even if you do not want to file an official protest, you may still comment on the request. To do so, send your comments to the Energy Division at the address noted above. Please reference Advice Letter 5481-E 332 D STREET (CORNER OF 4TH) • MARYSVILLE
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