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first_imgReturning for its 10th straight year, Backwoods Pondfest will once again let loose with some music-filled festivities in Peru, NY. From August 5-6, Pondfest will feature some of the best and brightest, and this year’s first round lineup announcement certainly has us excited!The festival will see a special tribute to David Bowie, as performed by Pink Talking Fish, as well as performances from The Nth Power, Blind Owl Band (x2), Thunder Body, Tweed, Lynguistic Civilians, Bella’s Bartok, Capital Zen, Funknut and Goose!Considering that’s only round one, there’s plenty more great music in store for the fans. Pondfest is a family-friendly, all-ages event, and the beautiful campgrounds and top notch performers should make for quite the weekend of festivities. The second round lineup is expected to be posted within the next month.You can see the full Backwoods Pondfest announcement below, and head to their official website for details. At only $75 for a two-day pass, there’s no reason to miss out!last_img read more

August 14, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comment (1) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. -3 Vote up Vote down WHS Grad · 343 weeks ago Varsity won. Report Reply 0 replies · active 343 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The Wellington girls basketball team rolled to a 50-35 victory over the Circle Thunderbirds Tuesday evening at Crusader gymnasium. The win gives Wellington a 3-2 record at the end of the Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League Div. IV first rotation.“It was the best first half we have played all season,” said Eric Adams, Wellington head girls basketball coach. “It was also the ugliest second half we’ve played all season.”The Crusaders opened with a 21-13 first quarter lead and then went on a 16-5 second-quarter run to lead 37-18 at the half. The second half saw neither team really breaking out in the open with Circle outscoring Wellington 17-13.“Circle was having trouble with its transition in the first half,” Adams said. “They came out in a half-court set and really took us out of our game. That is something we really need to work on in practice.”While Adams may not be sympathetic, Wellington fans could forgive the Lady Dukes for a letdown in the second half.  That was a pretty impressive first 16 minutes of basketball.Wellington had six different players come out and score in the first quarter including leading scorer Carlie McComb, who had 7 of her 13 points in the first quarter. She was 6 of 7 at the free throw line in the first half.Up by five, Wellington took control in the second quarter and built its 19-point advantage.The locker room chilled Wellington a bit. The Lady Dukes did not score for the first four minutes of the second half. Thankfully, Circle wasn’t scoring on the other end either. Senior Jaedyn Ledesma broke the cold spell with two free throws and a layup.At quarter’s end, Crusader Holly Wright hit a jumper from the right wing at the buzzer to make it 44-27.The final quarter was rather uneventful. Circle would never get much closer than 13 points of the Crusaders. Wellington would go on to win big.Friday Wellington will play Winfield which Adams says will be the most talented team the Crusaders will see thus far this season.“They have incredible three-point shooters and a 6-2 post,” Adams said.When asked if he thought it would be an upset if Wellington wins Friday. He said, “yes.” Circle 13 5 9 8 — 35Wellington 21 16 7 6 — 50Circle: Highbarger 5, Wilson 1, Metzger 9, Kirkham 2, Frankerbery 10, Bruenell 5, Wilson 3. Total: 22 (9) 4-11 35. Well. Lewellen 3, French 3, Wright 4, Snipes 11, Zimmerman 6, McComb 13, Ledesma 8, Salvador 2. Total: 30 (9) 11-21 50.Rebound Leaders: Zimmerman 10, Snipes 7, French 7 and Ledesma 6.Wellington outrebounded Circle 42 to 27.last_img read more

August 14, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/53/56/nico-mannion-getty-020720-ftrjpg_1fc62ur4obtqv1wy2pachv9e07.jpg?t=548060896&w=500&quality=80 10. Suns — Nico Mannion, Guard, Arizona H: 6-3 | W: 185 | Age: 19.0Mannion is a high IQ offensive threat who won’t lose value in situations off the ball when Devin Booker is running the show. His playmaking should excel in advantage situations, and the jumper is likely to fall at a higher clip than it did during his freshman season.All of the worries about Mannion — a lack of shot generation at the rim and poor defense — still apply to his presence in Phoenix, but at this point in this draft, everyone is going to have some problems. Finding some positives is the best teams can do. 11. Spurs — Obi Toppin, Forward, Dayton H: 6-9 | W: 220 | Age: 22.1Toppin and the Spurs just feel like a fit. The 22-year-old was arguably the best player in college basketball this season, and his presence could help modernize the shot profile of San Antonio. Toppin hit 41.7 percent of his triples while at Dayton and flashed the ability to knock down the shot in a variety of ways — on the catch, on the move and off the dribble. His pull-up 3-pointer against Kansas during the Maui Invitational is one of the highlights of this season.Toppin’s upside is uncertain, but he fits a role in the NBA and should be a nice rotation player for years to come. 12. Kings — RJ Hampton, Wing, New Zealand H: 6-5 | W: 185 | Age: 19.1Hampton’s numbers in Australia weren’t necessarily impressive, but he did manage to make the rotation of a professional team as an 18-year-old. There’s potential for him to develop into a score-first combo guard who can generate buckets primarily as a slasher. The jump shot still needs to come around, though.Sacramento could need some help on the perimeter depending on how the Kings’ rotation shakes out following the benching of Buddy Hield. 13. Pelicans — Killian Hayes, Point, Ulm H: 6-5 | W: 176 | Age: 18.7Hayes seems like the kind of prospect New Orleans’ front office would be into. He’s a high IQ passer who can make reads with a live dribble. He’s also a prospect who has the numbers supporting his potential as a shooter.Given the Pelicans’ need to shape the remainder of their roster around Zion Williamson, Hayes could slot in as a long-term guard option. 14. Trail Blazers — Theo Maledon, Combo, ASVEL H: 6-4 | W: 174 | Age: 18.8Maledon would offer Portland another potential creator down the line. He’s got sufficient athleticism to create space in the halfcourt and could make an impact early on with his defensive versatility. The jump shot looks like it should come around to offer some spacing as well.  Instead of projected order of finish, the below order is based on current NBA standings since it’s not entirely clear when or if the league’s season will actually play out. NBA DRAFT: Anthony Edwards, LaMelo Ball top updated 2020 big boardNBA Mock Draft 2020 (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/a7/75/anthony-edwards-getty-030620-ftrjpg_chijja4xb9bs1k80c1052nr13.jpg?t=-500361888&w=500&quality=80 5. Pistons — Tyrese Maxey, Point, Kentucky H: 6-3 | W: 198 | Age: 19.4Detroit’s roster is lacking in terms of potential stardom, so trying to find the best possible shot at that should be its primary goal in this draft. At this spot in the order, Maxey may be the best option. The Kentucky guard spent much of his freshman season sharing the offensive load with a variety of other ballhandlers, but he still had plenty of opportunities to flash his upside as a primary creator. Maxey has the ability to get to the rim in the halfcourt with a meager three of his 38 makes there in those situations assisted the season. He’s also an intriguing shooter. The 19-year-old shot just 29.4 percent from deep this season, but he knocked down 83.3 percent of his free throws while attempting 4.2 triples per 40 minutes. Expect him to develop some consistency from beyond the arc in time. 6. Knicks — Deni Avdija, Forward, Maccabi Tel Aviv H: 6-9 | W: 210 | Age: 19.2Cue the jokes about the Knicks and power forwards. Avdija may have a little bit of overlap with RJ Barrett in terms of being an oversized creator, but it’s hard to have too many of those players on a roster. The 19-year-old would add some additional scoring punch and basketball IQ to a roster that needs a talent injection.The real concern about pairing Avdija with Barrett is whether either of them ever shoots it well enough to avoid spacing problems. There’s some optimism surrounding Avdija’s potential from deep, but his poor free throw shooting raises concerns. 7. Bulls — Tyrese Haliburton, Wing, Iowa State H: 6-5 | W: 172 | Age: 20.1Haliburton is one of the most interesting players in the draft. His statistical profile is terrific. As a sophomore, he averaged 2.7 steals per 40 minutes while maintaining a quality assist-to-turnover ratio despite a heavy increase in usage. He knocks down shots at a high rate and has all the attributes teams want in terms of IQ.Yet Haliburton suffers from the tape. His shot release is a bit slow, and his athleticism is middling. There are worries about whether those terrific stats can translate to the NBA. Honestly, his profile reads a bit like Lonzo Ball’s did. If a team got that player at No. 7 in a normal draft, would the front office be happy? I think so. Haliburton might be a touch underrated. 8. Hornets — Onyeka Okongwu, Big, USC H: 6-9 | W: 245 | Age: 19.3Okongwu has a profile that suggests he could be a viable top-five option in this draft, so landing him at No. 8 is a nice find. As a freshman, he averaged 21.2 points, 11.3 rebounds, 3.5 blocks and 1.6 steals per 40 minutes. That’s a level of production that’s tough to match. He has a valuable face-up game from the midrange and finishes well as a roller out of ball screens. There’s even some shooting touch there. So, why isn’t he higher? Even with all that and his defensive versatility, it’s hard to imagine the value proposition being there for a 6-9 center as the focal point of an NBA offense. Maybe Okongwu can be, and if he is, he’s an obvious steal here. 9. Wizards — Cole Anthony, Point, North Carolina H: 6-3 | W: 185 | Age: 19.9Finding a young, creative option seems like an important step for Washington to take given the long-term futures of John Wall and potentially Bradley Beal seem at least somewhat unknown. Anthony entered this season as one of the top prospects in the draft, but a less-than-stellar showing at North Carolina has caused his stock to slide.The real worry with Anthony as a primary creator is his poor shotmaking inside the arc. He shot just 40.2 percent on 2s this season. NBA teams will be betting that the increased spacing afforded by an NBA roster can help improve that number. Given Anthony is one of the few off-the-dribble shotmakers in this class, he shouldn’t fall too far.  20. Nets (via 76ers) — Aaron Nesmith, Wing, Vanderbilt H: 6-6 | W: 213 | Age: 20.4Although an injury ended his season earlier than expected, Nesmith showed himself to be one of the more promising shooters in this class over 14 games. He connected on 52.2 percent of his 115 3-point attempts while shooting 82.5 percent from the foul line.His ability to hit shots off movement will be prized at the next level. There’s upside for him to be a starting wing in the NBA. 21. Nuggets (via Rockets) — Josh Green, Wing, Arizona H: 6-6 | W: 209 | Age: 19.3Green has an NBA skill thanks to his defense, and that should buy him a bit of development time, but he’ll need to find a reason beyond that to stay in rotations long-term. He can function as an off-ball slashing threat offensively and not much else. The shooting is his swing skill as it is for many young, athletic prospects who excelled by physically imposing themselves on others.Green knocked it down at a good clip at Arizona as a spot-up shooter. He’ll need that to continue at the next level. 22. 76ers (via Thunder) — Kira Lewis, Point, Alabama H: 6-3 | W: 165 | Age: 19.0Lewis delivered productive statistics in one of the nation’s fastest offenses as a sophomore. He averaged 18.5 points, 5.2 assists, and 4.8 rebounds per contest. Lewis has excellent open floor speed and continuously puts pressure on the rim.His slight frame and turnover numbers raise questions, but at some point, it’s necessary to trust in the production. 23. Heat — Precious Achiuwa, Forward, Memphis H: 6-9 | W: 225 | Age: 20.5Achiuwa combines size and athleticism that should allow him to flow between the power forward and center spots at the next level. In college, he generated a lot of his value through his motor, but what he’ll do in the NBA from a skill standpoint is a bit more complicated.He’s struggled with turnovers at Memphis, and his jump shot remains a significant work in progress. 24. Jazz — Jalen Smith, Big, Maryland H: 6-10 | W: 195 | Age: 20.0Smith was one of the most improved players in college basketball this season, upping his stats across the board. He improved noticeably as a shooter, rebounder and weakside rim protector. Smith may be viewed as a bit of a tweener between the power forward and center spot in the NBA. That could actually prove useful in Utah, where he could play some minutes alongside Rudy Gobert and other minutes at center without him, similar to Derrick Favors.  15. Magic — Devin Vassell, Wing, Florida State H: 6-7 | W: 194 | Age: 19.6The Magic have an affinity for long, athletic prospects, and Vassell could fit that profile. He’s an intriguing 3-and-D talent who has excellent defensive numbers and should fit into a team defensive concept well at the next level.Vassell also offers a bit of shotmaking from the perimeter. He connected on 41.7 percent of his triples at Florida State. There’s a chance he’s the best 3-and-D wing in the class. 16. Timberwolves (via Nets) — Saddiq Bey, Forward, Villanova H: 6-8 | W: 216 | Age: 21.0Bey is another prospect who can lay claim to the best 3-and-D wing title in this draft. He’s been terrific as a catch-and-shoot guy at Villanova, converting 41.8 percent of his 3-point attempts. Bey’s real value, though, comes from his defensive versatility. His potential as a switchable defender unlocked the Wildcats’ defense last season.Minnesota is going to ultimately need to assemble some quality defensive talents around Russell and Towns. Bey could help. 17. Celtics (via Grizzlies) — Isaiah Stewart, Big, Washington H: 6-9 | W: 250 | Age: 18.8Stewart had an impressively productive season for an 18-year-old freshman, averaging 17.0 points and 8.8 rebounds per contest. He’s going to generate a lot of his offensive value through second-chance opportunities, and there’s some hope he’ll be able to step out and knock down triples in due time.The defense potentially leaves a lot to be desired, as he didn’t have to display much in the way of perimeter defense in Washington’s zone. 18. Mavericks — Patrick Williams, Wing, Florida State H: 6-6 | W: 215 | Age: 18.6A definite NBA athlete, Williams has shown the potential to be a 3-and-D wing at the next level. Evaluating Florida State prospects is always difficult because of how deep a rotation Leonard Hamilton plays, but Williams had enough impressive moments as a freshman for NBA teams to feel confident.He checks the boxes in terms of defensive metrics, and it’s not hard to imagine him developing into someone who can knock down shots. He’d be a nice complementary piece to the Luka Doncic-Kristaps Porzingis duo. 19. Bucks (via Pacers) — Jaden McDaniels, Big, Washington H: 6-9 | W: 185 | Age: 19.5The intrigue is still there for McDaniels, a prospect who combines size with a unique skill set that includes the ability to knock down shots from behind the arc. That makes him feel like a player Milwaukee has historically been interested in. That said, there are still plenty of concerns surrounding the 19-year-old, including the 3.2 turnovers he averaged per 40 minutes.This draft is going to require teams to buy into tough narratives of improvement for prospects, and it might be easy to sell yourself on McDaniels being in the wrong college situation.  The 2020 college basketball season has come to a sudden end with no NCAA Tournament to help college prospects bolster their NBA Draft stock. It’s unfortunate, but it’s a new reality that will lead to a different pre-draft process. As part of that process, it’s worth taking a step back to see where players stand now in terms of projected selections. The race for the No. 1 pick remains open, and there’s plenty of fluctuation to be had within the first round.  25. Thunder (via Nuggets) — Tre Jones, Point, Duke H: 6-3 | W: 185 | Age: 20.2Jones has a proven ability to run a team as a facilitator with enough shot creation to score for himself. His jump shot also appeared to improve significantly this season, as he shot 36.1 percent from deep while connecting on 77.1 percent of his foul shots. The 20-year-old is a staunch point-of-attack defender as well.His destiny may ultimately be as a backup in the NBA, but if he could develop into a starter, a pairing of him and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander would be a pain for opposing offenses. 26. Celtics — Leandro Bolmaro, Wing, Barcelona H: 6-7 | W: 180 | Age: 19.5Bolmaro hasn’t found a consistent place with Barcelona, but he’s shown enough at lower levels to warrant first-round consideration. Boston may make sense as a destination if the team is looking to leave open draft-and-stash options. Bolmaro combines good size with quality playmaking, opening up a lot of potential for him if the jump shot starts to fall. 27. Knicks (via Clippers) — Jahmi’us Ramsey, Point, Texas Tech H: 6-3 | W: 190 | Age: 18.8Ramsey’s NBA value is going to hinge on the viability of his jump shot because he’s largely a shot creator who doesn’t add a lot of additional value in the box score. He shot 42.6 percent on 141 3-point attempts this season, but a poor 64.1 percent from the foul line leaves questions.If the jumper falls, Ramsey probably looks like good value for the Knicks at this spot in the draft. If it doesn’t, he probably won’t be on the roster long. 28. Raptors — Xavier Tillman, Big, Michigan State H: 6-8 | W: 245 | Age: 21.2Tillman is a prospect who has moved up draft boards in large part for just doing all the right things. He was one of the best defenders in the country this season, sets excellent screens on the offensive end while making plays in the short roll and even added a bit of range to his offensive game despite not seeing in-game results yet.Tillman is one of those prospects lacking significant upside who should still contribute in all the right ways. That seems to fit the Raptors’ ethos. 29. Lakers — Devon Dotson, Point, Kansas H: 6-2 | W: 185 | Age: 21.0It really feels like the Lakers should be looking to find someone capable of replacing their Rajon Rondo minutes, and perhaps Dotson can do that earlier than expected for a young player. The Kansas guard has tremendous pace, allowing him to get to the basket at will in transition and in the halfcourt.He also should be able to shoot it at the next level despite a poor 3-point percentage this season. 30. Celtics (via Bucks) — Aleksej Pokusevski, Big, Olympiacos B  (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/20/92/tyresemaxey-getty-ftr-030320jpg_142d13y0m0tcp1xqifr8i2936w.jpg?t=-1568521592&w=500&quality=80 1. Warriors — Anthony Edwards, Wing, Georgia H: 6-5 | W: 207 | Age: 18.6Edwards remains the top prospect in this class largely by default. He hasn’t quite done enough to deserve a demotion, and no other talent has performed well enough to jump him. The 18-year-old didn’t perform like a traditional No. 1 pick in his presumptive lone season at Georgia. Since 2008, a list of players with his level of usage and lack of efficiency features few, if any, NBA stars depending how you feel about Jaylen Brown’s future. Edwards remains an interesting option because of his combination of youth and athleticism. If he ever puts it all together, he has the potential to be something special. Sound like another No. 1 pick from the last decade? Maybe one the Warriors traded for at the deadline? 2. Cavaliers — James Wiseman, Big, Memphis H: 7-0 | W: 230 | Age: 19.0The Cavaliers dealt for Andre Drummond at the deadline, so taking a center may seem like an odd choice. If the Darius Garland selection is any guide, though, Cleveland doesn’t appear to be interested in drafting for fit. Plus, the team hasn’t actually made a long-term commitment to Drummond. Wiseman represents an opportunity to build around a different type of center, one with the potential to be an All-Defense player. He blocked 5.2 shots per 40 minutes in his limited action at Memphis. His lack of offensive certainty is also less of a concern with a roster built around Collin Sexton’s scoring talents. With time, perhaps he can develop into a viable vertical spacer and pick-and-roll partner for the young point guard. 3. Timberwolves — LaMelo Ball, Point, Illawarra H: 6-6 | W: 180 | Age: 18.6The elephant in the room with a Ball and Minnesota pairing will be perimeter defense given D’Angelo Russell’s shortcomings there as well. Ball, though, would be a nice piece of connective tissue in a lineup oriented around the offensive talents of Russell and Karl-Anthony Towns. He’s a high IQ player with excellent passing vision who can act as an additional creator when needed.Long-term, there’s potential to grow into more, especially if the jump shot ever comes around with any level of consistency. 4. Hawks — Isaac Okoro, Wing, Auburn H: 6-5 | W: 215 | Age: 19.2Atlanta drafted both De’Andre Hunter and Cam Reddish last season, but it’s hard to have too many wings on a roster in the modern NBA. Okoro would give the Hawks a nice rotation trio to work around going forward. The 19-year-old’s calling card is his defensive upside. He fits well into a team construct and can guard multiple positions as an on-ball defender.Where he slots in offensively is another question. It’s easy to point to the versatility he displayed at Auburn in terms of roles, but he lacks any real standout skill. Particularly of concern are the poor shooting numbers — there’s much to be desired there both in terms of 3-point percentage and numbers that suggest he might improve like attempts and free throw percentage.  (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/bb/c3/devin-vassell-getty-031620-ftrjpg_1w0d01h632bl41pqgtqpojyqtc.jpg?t=-500165400&w=500&quality=80 (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/34/fb/aaron-nesmith-getty-031920-ftrjpg_13kpa407mpve71phlrizlvsbay.jpg?t=-211410016&w=500&quality=80 (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/d/ec/tre-jones-053119-getty-ftrjpg_pt8pm1x5i3r81fy9cqmtn7nje.jpg?t=259984835&w=500&quality=80 H: 7-0 | W: 205 | Age: 18.2Pokusevski is a long-term play, and given Boston’s collection of late first-rounders, taking a draft-and-stash candidate is a logical choice. The 7-footer is intriguing because his skill set resembles more of a guard. He can knock down shots off the catch, generate offense off the bounce and find teammates as a passer.There’s not a ton of short-term value here, but he’s worth a shot in the first round.last_img read more