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Miracle Treat Day: Dairy Queen Help save kids & Pick Up A Cool Treat

Miracle Treat Day is back, with taking part Milk Queen areas throughout Canada giving away internet earnings from all Snowstorm deals with offered Thursday to regional Kid’s Wonder Network medical facilities, consisting of the Medical facility for Sick Kid.

” Milk Queen’s Miracle Treat Day  is a favourite amongst Canadians from coast-to-coast,” Mark Herlihy, head of state and also Chief Executive Officer of Canada’s Kid’s Medical facility Foundations and also Kid’s Wonder Network, stated in a declaration. “The partnership that happens in between franchisees and also youngsters’ medical facilities is so motivating and also causes numerous bucks elevated for our youngsters. We’re thankful for this collaboration with Milk Queen Canada and also to Canadians for their passionate assistance of this yearly custom.”

Each min of daily, 62 youngsters gets into Kid’s Miracle Treat Day medical facilities.

” At Dairy Products Queen, we are enthusiastic concerning sustaining the youngsters in the areas we offer daily,” Yeast Ness, elderly supervisor of advertising and marketing for Milk Queen Canada, stated in the declaration. “Our franchisees function relentlessly year-round to elevate funds for their regional Kid’s Wonder Network medical facilities. We value all they do making Wonder Reward Day a success, and also we understand this year will certainly be no exemption.”

Getting a great reward to defeat the warm front today will certainly aid in profiting the Kid’s Wonder Network and also Calgary Kid’s Medical facility.

Val Majeau, the Procedures Supervisor for the Okotoks Milk Queen, states the neighbourhood assistance around is extraordinary, to claim the least.

” In some cases, we’re insane active, we’re aligned at drive via and also out the front doors, and also everybody is so patient and also remarkable,” she stated.

Majeau states they have actually restored an all-time favourite for the month of August, along with the standards.

” The snowstorm of the month for August is Reese Outrageous, so we have Reese Peanut Butter Mugs and also Reese’s Parts back in the structure,” she stated.

All earnings from Milk Queen Blizzards offered throughout Saskatchewan Aug. 9 will certainly be given away on behalf of the Jim Pattison Kid’s Medical facility Structure. Sash Broda, a supervisor of growth and also interaction with the medical facility, stated Miracle Treat Day  is constantly an emphasize of the year.

” It’s fantastic. Milk Queens are all throughout the district,” Broda stated. “Every one of the earnings from their snowstorms pertains to our structure and also aid us to make a distinction for youngsters today, so it’s been a truly crucial program. We are incredibly thrilled concerning it and also we waiting for it each year.”

Milk Queen has actually elevated over $135 million on behalf of unwell and also hurt youngsters throughout The United States and Canada considering that 1984, the year their collaboration initially started with The Kid’s Miracle Treat Day. This consists of $258 thousand in 2014 alone, throughout 43 Milk Queen areas.

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Crowds were back at full capacity throughout the NFL and surely home-field advantage would mean something once again following a unique 2020 season.

Not exactly. Throwing out the Green Bay-New Orleans game that was moved to Jacksonville, road teams were 8-7 straight up and 11-4 against the number. Road underdogs had some serious bite, going 7-1 against the number with the Dolphins, Steelers, Cardinals and Eagles earning outright victories — and that doesn’t include the Chargers who were favored when this went to print last week but kicked off as an underdog in Washington.

Much like Mac Jones not wanting the football from his first TD pass, we’re not taking pats on the back after going 10-6 in the opening week. We’re striving for perfection.

Patriots (-5.5) at N.Y. Jets – Sunday showed just how thin the margin of error is for the Pats – and it got even thinner for those holding over 9.5 wins tickets on the hometown team. The good news, the Jets still aren’t good and got banged up in Carolina with left tackle Mekhi Becton expected to miss at least a month. Hurry up and get those wagers in before this number goes up. Patriots, 23-14.

N.Y. Giants at Washington (-3) – It did not take long for the Fitzmagic to wear off in Washington, but Taylor Heinicke is ready to reprise his role of 2020 NFC East cult hero. Football Team, 24-16.

New Orleans (-3.5) at Carolina – Unlike Week 1, the Saints will have to worry about the opposition running the ball this time around, but the offense was balanced enough with 25% of Jameis Winston’s pass attempts accounting for touchdowns. Saints, 31-20.

Houston at Cleveland (-12.5) – It’s a lot of points to lay, but for most of the game Cleveland was the better team on Sunday against the class of the AFC. Browns, 34-21.

Cincinnati at Chicago (-1.5) – Andy Dalton gets to go up against his old team. There’s a reason the Bengals moved on. Bengals, 27-20.

Las Vegas at Pittsburgh (-5.5) – Tough spot for the Raiders coming off a fascinating win Monday night (the Manningcast on ESPN2 was excellent). Which Ben Roethlisberger shows up? Steelers, 27-17.

Buffalo (-3.5) at Miami – The Dolphins can make a big statement here. And were the Bills a bit busy reading the hype? Dolphins, 24-20.

L.A. Rams (-3.5) at Indianapolis – Matthew Stafford surrounded by a competent cast of characters is a pretty good quarterback. Indy goes 0-fer in the LA double. Rams, 28-17.

San Francisco (-3.5) at Philadelphia – Elijah Mitchell did a nice job stepping in when Raheem Mostert went down injured. This has Eagles coming through the back door written all over it. 49ers, 31-28.

Denver (-6) at Jacksonville – The Broncos were solid in all facets on Sunday. Urban to USC? Broncos, 27-14.

Minnesota at Arizona (-3.5) – Do you really trust the Vikings? I certainly don’t. Cardinals, 31-24.

Atlanta at Tampa Bay (-11.5) – Tampa Bay turned the ball over four times and still found a way to get the job done. Expect a cleaner performance this time around. Buccaneers, 34-17.

Tennessee at Seattle (-4.5) – Russell Wilson looked fantastic. Julio Jones did not. Seahawks, 31-20.

Dallas at L.A. Chargers (-3) – Dak Prescott looked good in the opener considering the shoulder injury, but the Cowboys can’t be successful if they are asking him to sling it 50 times a game. Chargers, 30-24.

Kansas City (-3.5) at Baltimore – Which quarterback do you trust more in the fourth quarter? Chiefs, 31-24.

Detroit at Green Bay (-11.5) – Aaron Rodgers was putrid on Sunday. The opponent Monday should help him in Week 2, but enough to put hard earned money behind him? Not so sure about that. Packers, 28-17.

As for a survivor pool, the Rams were never threatened by the Bears making for a smooth opener. Before the season started, the Packers at home against the Lions was the penciled-in pick, but after a stem-to-stern debacle – particularly for Aaron Rodgers and the soap opera from the offseason – I’m retreating to the calmer waters of Tampa Bay.

LAST WEEK: 10-6 (.625)

(Lines used are from FanDuel Sportsbook.)

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Minnesota’s latest vaccine incentive to focus on those hardest hit by COVID-19

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Minnesota’s latest push to get residents vaccinated against the coronavirus will focused on providing incentives to residents living in communities hardest hit by COVID-19.

Gov. Tim Walz announced Thursday the state would tap $4 million in federal aid and $400,000 from private foundations to offer $100 worth of rewards for people who complete their vaccination series.

The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines require two doses, spaced weeks apart, while the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is one shot.

“Every shot in the arm is a critical step in stopping the spread of this virus, and local organizations around Minnesota know how to best encourage the communities they serve to get their vaccine,” Walz said in a statement announcing the program. “We are taking every opportunity we can to meet Minnesotans where they are — especially in communities hit hardest by COVID-19.”

State and federal data have shown low income communities, people of color, residents with disabilities and the LGBTQ community have been hard hit by the pandemic, both in terms of increased illness and economic misfortune.

The latest vaccination push will focus on providing incentives in-person, rather than online, at the community clinics and federally funded health centers that serve those communities.

“Our administration is deeply committed to ensuring equity within all aspects of our COVID-19 response,” Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan said in a statement. “By providing funds directly to our COVID-19 Community Coordinators, community clinics, and Federally Qualified Health Centers for culturally-relevant and on-site incentives, we will be able to better serve communities disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.”

Incentives will include grocery store vouchers, Target gift cards, or culturally specific food items.

Previously, more than 80,000 residents applied online for $100 gift cards that were part of incentive programs the state held in early August and at the state Fair.

Those incentives, worth more than $8 million, were also paid for with federal pandemic aid, state leaders said.

For more information on COVID-19 services in hard hit communities visit: www.health.state.mn.us/ccc. More details about COVID-19 testing and vaccines are available at mn.gov/covid19.

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University of Vermont president wants to freeze tuition for fourth consecutive year

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Following historic enrollment at the University of Vermont this fall, President Suresh Garimella is asking the UVM’s Board of Trustees to freeze tuition next year

If approved, it would be the fourth consecutive year in which UVM did not raise tuition for in-state and out-of-state undergraduate and graduate students. Garimella said it would help more students graduate on time and reduce their student loan debt. 

 “At a time when families are still finding their way out of the economic stress of the pandemic, it’s important that we renew our commitment to student affordability and access,” said Garimella.

Sam Pasqualoni, president of the Student Government Association, says he’s graduating in the spring. By the time he gets his diploma, it’s likely he’ll pay the same tuition he paid when he first started at UVM.

“A big part for me was actually affordability,” said Pasqualoni. “I think this is a positive announcement and a great precedent to set. This is something we can look fondly on as an indication of care for our students.” 

UVM freshman Caitlin Parker says the freeze is food news amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 

“I think it’s really kind of helpful and nice to have that almost kind of like a safety net behind us,” said

Eleanor Miller, the president of UVM’s faculty union, United Academics, says the proposal is reassuring for educators as well. “UVM’s fiscal situation seems to have improved so that some of the cost cutting to academic programs and staff that happened last year that have been proposed won’t be necessary anymore,” said Miller.

In his 2022-23 budget, Garimella is also proposing to freeze undergraduate students’ comprehensive fee and reduce it for graduate students by $250. Room and board costs will remain flat for the third year in a row. 

Garimella says while its not easy to freeze tuition with minimal financial support from the state, getting a diploma shouldn’t be out of reach for students.

“Annual tuition increases, even modest ones, are not the solution to the budget pressures facing colleges and universities. And, it isn’t not prudent nor is it practical to expect students and families to absorb continually rising costs,” said Garimella.

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Armed parents get into argument on elementary school grounds in Hazelwood

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HAZELWOOD, Mo. – Hazelwood school officials and police are investigating an incident involving two parents who brought firearms onto an elementary school campus and got into a dispute with one another.

The altercation occurred Monday during the morning drop-off at McNair Elementary School.

Anthony Kiekow, a spokesman for the Hazelwood School District, said the parents got into a verbal altercation. Each parent had a “visible” firearm with them at the time.

The school’s safety team and district resource officers responded immediately to quell the situation. The parents have been identified and the Hazelwood Police Department is investigating the matter.

The source or reason for the dispute was not disclosed.

The altercation only involved the two parents. No other students, employees, or parents were threatened or hurt.

Kiekow said student safety remains the top priority.

The district does not allow weapons on school property. Missouri law prohibits bringing a weapon to campus. Violators could face criminal charges. Kiekow clarified the students will not be punished for their parents’ actions.

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Rockies at Braves game postponed because of rain, unplayable field

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The Rockies’ chance to sweep the Braves in Atlanta will have to wait.

Thursday afternoon’s game was postponed because of rain and unplayable field conditions. There was no word on a possible make-up date. The Braves’ announcement said only that the game will be rescheduled for a later date.

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Gillian Anderson as Jean Milburn in Netflix’s Sex Education. Sam Taylor/NETFLIX

As fall draws closer and the sun sets earlier, it’s becoming more and more tempting to burrow oneself under a blanket and binge-watch the night away. The streaming service powers that be are taking that into account, and they’re delivering a variety of content to suit all your viewing needs. Whether you’re looking for a chill competition show perfect for the upcoming hibernation, a juicy globe-trotting international drama, or an addictive new television series, this week’s list of what to stream has got you covered.

What to watch on Netflix:

Sex Education

This secondary school-set show has garnered acclaim in its past two seasons for its frank discussions about sex and sexuality for teens and adults alike. But that’s not to say that Sex Education has no room for fun. The series revolves around awkward teen Otis and his clueless classmates as they navigate the complex world of teenaged relationships and hormones, with help from Otis’ outspoken sex therapist mother. The series has proved to be a fan favorite over the years on Netflix, making now the perfect time to hop on the bandwagon. Sex Education Season 3 premieres on September 17. [Editor’s Note: Season 3 is an absolute delight that I highly recommend]

Nailed It!

The conceit of this popular reality competition show is relatively straightforward: three amateur bakers with middling-at-best skills compete to recreate complex, show-stopping treats in the hopes of winning $10,000 and a trophy. If shows like The Great British Bake Off are a tad too stressful for you, then Nailed It! should be a welcome alternative. Plus, Emmy-nominated host Nicole Byer will supply more than enough sugary sweet puns to keep you laughing through the season. Nailed It! Season 6 premiered earlier this week on Netflix.

What to watch on Hulu:

Riders of Justice

International star Mads Mikkelsen adds another high-profile Danish movie to his filmography with Riders of Justice. The movie focuses on Mikkelsen’s Markus, who discovers that the death of his wife in a train accident may have been the result of foul play. With this suspicion, he takes the increasingly violent investigation into his own hands. This darkly funny revenge flick not only packs a literal punch, but it also lampoons the Taken-esque genre of male action heroes that has become so common in recent years. Riders of Justice premieres on Hulu on September 16.

Y: The Last Man

An adaptation of the beloved comic book, Y: The Last Man presents an intriguing premise: what would the world be like if every mammal with a Y chromosome dropped dead? The series follows Yorick, the last surviving cisgender male, as he and the people around him try to salvage society. The show is notable not only for its cast, from pitch-perfect veterans like Diane Lane to astounding newcomers like Ashley Romans, but for its updated sensibilities. The show recognizes how conversations around gender have changed since the comic’s publication in 2002, including a transgender male character played by trans actor Elliot Fletcher. Y: The Last Man premiered September 13, with new episodes arriving every Monday.

What to watch on Amazon Prime:

The Mad Women’s Ball

For the film festival crowd, The Mad Women’s Ball marks French star Mélanie Laurent’s return as a triple threat: actress, writer, and director. Like the title implies, much of the movie takes place in a women’s mental asylum in 19th century Paris, where protagonist Eugénie has been forcibly admitted by her family. Though she is helped by a nurse who is haunted by her own trauma, Eugénie must face the abuses enacted by a medical system that refuses to understand both women and mental illness. This turbulent period drama premieres September 17.

What to watch on HBO Max:

Scenes from a Marriage

HBO Max’s reimagining of Ingmar Bergman’s Scenes from a Marriage has more to offer than just the irresistible chemistry between stars Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac. This updated series seeks to confront the “emotional, physical, moral prices” of divorce in a way that rings true to a 21st century culture that has begun to question how feasible marriage really is. This five-part limited series should provide plenty of drama, heartbreak, and tears. Scenes from a Marriage premiered on HBO Max earlier this month, with new episodes coming out on Sundays.

Cry Macho

Clint Eastwood is nothing if not productive. The 91-year-old has directed eight movies in the past ten years, and now he’s adding Cry Macho to that long list. Eastwood stars as Mike, an ex-rodeo star who’s tasked with helping to bring back a friend’s son from a sordid life in Mexico. The film should be an interesting return to the western genre for Eastwood, turning him from a skilled gunslinger to a grizzled, jaded cowboy. HBO Max has already done the courtesy of bringing several of Eastwood’s old spaghetti westerns to the platform this month, making Cry Macho the perfect addition to any western marathon. Cry Macho premieres in theaters and on HBO Max on September 17.


Keeping Watch is a regular endorsement of TV and movies worth your time.

What to Watch on Streaming This Week: Sept 17 – 26

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A 66-year-old laundromat owner was reportedly assaulted by a suspect who also attempted to set fire to the elderly man’s 8-year-old golden retriever in San Francisco last week.

The details: Police responded to the incident at the laundromat in Nob Hill at 10:30 p.m. last Wednesday and spoke with the elderly Asian man.

  • SF police described the incident in a statement, according to FOX, saying, “The victim told officers that he was walking his dog when he was approached by an unknown male suspect. The suspect held a lighter close to the victim’s dog. The victim asked the suspect what he was doing, and the suspect became verbally confrontational. The victim attempted to walk away but the suspect followed him. The suspect spit on the victim and punched him in the face.” 
  • The assailant fled the scene and the elderly man was rushed to a local hospital.
  • ABC 7’s Dion Lim was the first to report that the suspect attempted to set Cody the dog on fire. 

The support: Neighbors have visited to the laundromat owner and Cody, who likes to sit on top of the dryers, following the incident to let the duo know that they are loved.

  • “Something very touching was seeing a young woman stop by with flowers after she heard the news,” Lim tweeted. “The owner is okay— but was taken to the hospital & had his eye wound glued. The perp allegedly called the owner the ‘N’ word before punching him.”
  • A neighbor also reportedly rushed out with “a baseball bat” to help the owner during the attack.
  • No arrests have been made at this time, according to police.

Those with information are asked to call the SFPD Tip Line at 1-415-575-4444 or anonymously text information to TIP411.

Featured Image via codytheretriever (left), @DionLimTV (right)

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Eastern Massachusetts high school scores and highlights from Wednesday

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WEDNESDAY’S RESULTS

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Archbishop Williams 18, Arlington Catholic 45

Bishop Feehan 19, Archbishop Williams 44

Bishop Feehan 15, Arlington Catholic 50

Dartmouth 15, Durfee 50

Gloucester 20, Swampscott 37

Hopkinton 15, Norwood 45

Innovation 15, Notre Dame 50

Lowell 20, Methuen 41

Lowell Catholic 25, Shawsheen Tech 31

Medford 20, Malden 37

Mystic Valley 15, Nashoba Tech 40

Newburyport 20, North Reading 43

Norton 20, Bellingham 43

Somerville 16, Lynn English 47

Westwood 24, Ashland 31

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

Archbishop Williams 21, Arlington Catholic 35

Bishop Feehan 17, Archbishop Williams 49

Bishop Feehan 16, Arlington Catholic 47

Central Catholic 27, Haverhill 30

Dartmouth 25, Durfee 34

Medford 23, Malden 35

Newburyport 19, North Reading 44

Norton 18, Bellingham 45

Somerville 15, Lynn English 50

Swampscott 22, Gloucester 39

Westwood 26, Ashland 30

FIELD HOCKEY

Andover 7, Dracut 0

Arlington 4, Dedham 1

Barnstable 7, Martha’s Vineyard 0

Bishop Feehan 6, Ursuline 0

Central Catholic 5, Haverhill 0

Falmouth 2, Notre Dame (H) 1

Hanover 2, Plymouth South 1

Hingham 5, Whitman-Hanson 1

King Philip 5, Stoughton 1

Leominster 3, Marlboro 1

Marshfield 1, Scituate 1

North Andover 6, Lowell 1

Plymouth North 3, Duxbury 1

Somerset Berkley 1, Apponequet 0

Tewksbury 1, Wilmington 1

Weston 2, Hopkinton 0

GOLF

Arlington Catholic 155, Bishop Feehan 142

Austin Prep 160, Archbishop Williams 170

Bishop Stang 167, Sandwich 143

Central Catholic 17, Dracut 3

Diman 5, Case 4

Dover-Sherborn 218, Hopkinton 240

Duxbury 223, Plymouth North 256

Gloucester 53, Winthrop 19

Hingham 236, Whitman-Hanson 306

Ipswich 98, Pentucket 75

North Middlesex 29, Tyngsboro 24

St. John Paul II 5, Sturgis East 1

St. Mary’s (L) 176, St. Joseph’s Prep 68

Scituate 239, Quincy 262

Swampscott 50, Saugus 22

Wellesley 117, Natick 94

Weymouth 94, Dedham 63

Xaverian 230, Bridgewater-Raynham 241

BOYS SOCCER

Austin Prep 3, St. Mary’s 2

Bishop Fenwick 8, Arlington Catholic 1

Cardinal Spellman 3, Bishop Stang 0

Cohasset 2, Middleboro 0

Dover-Sherborn 1, Bellingham 0

East Bridgewater 1, Bourne 0

Foxboro 0, Mansfield 0

Georgetown 2, Triton 0

Greater New Bedford 0, Old Rochester 0

Holliston 1, Westwood 0

Lynn Tech 2, Northeast 0

Manchester-Essex 3, Pentucket 2

Millis 3, Medway 2

Newburyport 6, Ipswich 0

Quincy 5, Randolph 0

Rivers 4, New Hampton 0

Rockland 2, West Bridgewater 0

Seekonk 3, Wareham 1

Somerset Berkley 10, Apponequet 3

Tewksbury 2, Wilmington 2

GIRLS SOCCER

Austin Prep 3, St. Mary’s (L) 1

Berwick 2, Tilton 0

Bishop Feehan 9, Archbishop Williams 0

Bourne 3, Case 2

Brooks 3, Deerfield Academy 0

Cohasset 2, Silver Lake 2

Dedham 0, Norton 0

Dighton-Rehoboth 3, Fairhaven 2

Dover-Sherborn 6, Bellingham 0

Foxboro 5, Mansfield 2

Georgetown 2, Triton 1

Hingham 6, Marshfield 1

Holliston 1, Westwood 1

Lynn Tech 2, Northeast 0

Mashpee 7, Hull 1

Medway 2, Millis 1

Newburyport 4, Ipswich 0

North Reading 4, Amesbury 0

Pentucket 3, Manchester-Essex 0

Waltham 8, Lawrence 0

SWIMMING AND DIVING

Andover 114, Central Catholic 72

VOLLEYBALL

Andover 3, Dracut 1

Arlington 3, Wakefield 2

Billerica 3, Westford Academy 1

Cardinal Spellman 3, Bishop Stang 0

Case 3, Bourne 2

Central Catholic 3, Lawrence 2

Duxbury 3, Plymouth North 0

East Boston 3, O’Bryant 2

Fairhaven 3, Dighton-Rehoboth 0

Greater Lawrence 3, Salem 1

Hanover 3, Plymouth North 1

Hingham 3, Scituate 0

Holbrook 3, South Shore Voke 0

Hopkinton 3, Barnstable 2

Ipswich 3, Triton 0

King Philip 3, Stoughton 0

Latin Academy 3, Boston English 0

Lowell 3. Methuen 0

Lowell Catholic 3, Matignon 1

Lynnfield 3, North Reading 0

Malden 3, Somerville 0

Melrose 3, Belmont 0

Newburyport 3, Pentucket 0

New Mission 3, Roxbury Prep 0

North Attleboro 3, Attleboro 1

North Quincy 3, Silver Lake 0

Old Rochester 3, Greater New Bedford 1

Pembroke 3, Marshfield 0

Quincy 3, Whitman-Hanson 1

Somerset Berkley 3, Apponequet 0

TechBoston 3, Madison Park 0

West Bridgewater 3, Brockton 0

Westport 3, Southeastern 0

Woburn 3, Stoneham 0

WEDNESDAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

FIELD HOCKEY

Junior Kiera Cronin posted a shutout in net to help Bishop Feehan (3-0-2) lock down a 6-0 nonleague win over Ursuline.

Caroline Egan sniped a pair of goals, helping to power Plymouth North to a 3-1 victory over Patriot League rival Duxbury. … Shea Berigan found the back of the goal twice and Kyle Wilson stayed hot by adding another to lead Hingham (3-0) past Whitman-Hanson 5-1.

In the Cape and Islands League, Reagan Hicks racked up four goals, as Barnstable (2-1) coasted to a 7-0 blanking of Martha’s Vineyard.

Liv Beucler and Haley Carver finished with two goals each, while Emma Reilly tallied four assists to propel Andover (2-0) to a 7-0 shutout of Dracut in the Merrimack Valley Conference. … Brenna O’Brien rattled off four goals for North Andover en route to a 6-1 victory over Lowell. … Senior captain Sydney Moda buried a pair of goals and added a trio of assists, as Central Catholic (2-1) topped Haverhill 5-0.

BOYS SOCCER

In the South Coast Conference, Jared Rapoza erupted for four goals and tacked on two assists, as Somerset Berkley defeated Apponequet in a 10-3 romp.

Alex Kuzmich recorded a hat trick, as Cardinal Spellman (2-0) cruised past Bishop Stang 3-0 in the Catholic Central League. … Ryan Noci buried three goals to pair up with Mehdi Khemmich’s two goals and four assists as Bishop Fenwick coasted to an 8-1 win over Arlington Catholic.

Jared Rapoza erupted for four goals with two assists and Cam Freitas added a hat trick to power Somerset Berkley to a 10-3 win over Apponequet in South Coast Conference play.

Naderson Curtis finished with two goals, as Manchester Essex edged Pentucket 3-2 in Cape Ann League play. … Graham Billington left his mark with a pair of goals, as Georgetown defeated Triton 2-0.

Senior forward Alex Kuzmich notched a hat-trick for Cardinal Spellman (2-0) in a 3-0 victory over nonleague opponent Bishop Stang.

GIRLS SOCCER

Mikayla Perez had a game-winner goal in the second half and Delaney Condon had a goal and an assist as Medway edged Millis 2-1 in the Tri-Valley League.

Maddie DiNapoli had a hand in all four of North Reading’s goals, scoring twice and assisting on two in a 4-0 Cape Ann League win over Amesbury.

Freshman Talar Bedrossian registered a pair of goals, as Waltham rolled to an 8-0 victory over Lawrence in the Dual County League.

VOLLEYBALL

Madi Franz notched 13 kills and 10 aces to propel Lowell Catholic (2-1) to a 3-1 Catholic Central win over Matignon.

Melanie Gildea erupted for 23 kills and Cathryn Leighton dished out 41 assists to help Hopkinton (4-0) grind out a 3-2 nonleague win over Barnstable.

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The Fine Arts Show at the Minnesota State Fair is called the state’s largest juried art exhibition. It usually features 300 or more works from thousands entered by artists across Minnesota.

A little math indicates that a leaves behind a lot of “rejected art.” Some of those pieces are on display through Sept. 26 in the annual “Rejected Exhibition” at AZ Gallery in Lowertown St. Paul. This year’s show has photography, paintings and some sculptures.

Organizer Jeff Henningsgaard explains in an email: “It all began when local photographers started posting their rejected images on social media. Some amazing images were shared and it was a great way for the community to rally around fellow artists and give support. The idea of starting their own show was brought up and Tomas Alvarez and (I) took on the challenge. This year, the show has opened to all types of art media, bringing a new excitement to the Minnesota art community. Painting, sculpture, mixed media and, of course, photography are all now included.” This is the fifth year for the exhibition, which took a COVID break in 2020.

The Rejected Exhibition is running in conjunction with The Art Bike Show curated by artist Amy Clark, which features classic bikes and art that celebrates all things on two wheels.

AZ Gallery is located at 308 Prince St. The exhibition is open during gallery hours: 5-8 p.m. Fridays and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. For info: theazgallery.org.

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21% of children hospitalized with COVID require ICU care, study finds

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A pediatric study released on Wednesday found that nearly one out of every four children admitted to the hospital with COVID-19 required ICU care.

“That’s higher than I think most people would expect,” said Dr. James Antoon, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.

Dr. Antoon worked on the study that included close to 20,000 pediatric patients from 45 children’s hospitals around the country between April to September 2020.

“More than half of children admitted to the hospital with COVID-19 did not have underlying health conditions,” said Antoon. “However, those with underlying health conditions and very specific comorbidities had a much higher risk of severe disease.”

Among those hospitalized, the study found a greater disease severity was associated with Black or other non-White children.

Age also played a factor. “Children who are older than 12, who are eligible for the vaccine, were among those who were the highest risk of having severe COVID disease,” said Antoon.

Sick to the point of requiring critical care and assistance breathing.

Overall, Dr. Antoon said younger children needed the most hospital care. “A concerning part of this study is that 70% of children who are hospitalized are not eligible for the vaccine. They’re younger than 12 and we need to protect those children.”

There is some good news as the study found deaths to be rare. But Dr. Antoon said parents need to be aware of the long-term effects the virus can cause.

“We know that children, more so than adults, are more likely to get what we call MIS-C disease or inflammatory disorder after their COVID, even weeks and weeks after their COVID is gone.”

This is why Dr. Antoon says now more research needs to be done to explore symptoms of long COVID in children.

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