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Houston would finish with four players scoring in double figures. Junior Serithia Hawkins recorded a team best 22 points. The conferences fifth leading scorer, Jasmyne Harris, added 21 points.

The Pirates trail in the all time series 11 8, while Heather Macy is now 6 3 all time against Houston after tonight’s victory. ECU has won seven of the last nine against Houston. The two teams will meet once again this season on Feb. 17, when the Pirates travel to the Cougars.

Team RecordsHouston (15 6, 4 3), ECU (10 9, 2 4)Macy’s opening statement”Heck of a win, I’m just so proud of this basketball team. I think that was a hurdle we needed to overcome, playing well in overtime. I thought the response was exactly what we needed it to be.”

Macy on the Necole Hope

“I think we all saw that Coco (Necole Hope) had no fear in the overtime period, so the ball was going to her. When they fouled out we had that quick moment to huddle, called the set play, and then Alex delivered it on the money, and give CoCo credit, because earlier in the year I had been telling her, you’re leaving points on the board over and over because she hasn’t been catching and converting it. She has gotten better and better at it, and now all of a sudden a game winner. I am really proud of her and the way responded and give Alex credit to go on the left side of the floor and just lay that pass out.”

Hope on the win

“It’s Amazing. We are always in the lab, every day, working hard, going at each other in practice. It just feels amazing to win; any team loves to win and we did it together. We are a family so I think it’s even more meaningful.”
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When a few students told Ms. B a few years ago that they were planning to drop out of school, she stepped in with prayer. “They came in a week or two later, and said, ‘Ms. B., if it wasn’t for you, we would have quit. Everything worked itself out. We are here.”

And here Ms. B remains, nearly 18 years after her first day, meaning some of this year’s freshmen, were born the year she started. All the while, she is committed to sharing positivity.

“In my bad days, they’ll never know,” Ms. B says. “These kids will never know when I’m having aches and pains and everything. I have three lumbar herniated discs in my back.”

Pain comes in more than just the physical form, however. Ms. B’s son in law, Juantrea Bradley of Greenville, was killed in Iraq in 2008, leaving behind Ms. B’s daughter, Ava, and their four children.

“When he passed,
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she said, ‘Mom, I don’t think i can make it.’ I put my hands up under her, I said ‘By the grace of God, we’re gonna make it.'”

Ms. B’s 26 year old son Travis, who she says was born severely Autistic, has also made it. He is now pursuing his second degree from Pitt Community College.

“I encourage anybody, everybody, no matter what you’re going through, it’s not as bad as you think it is. Think about someone else before you are always thinking about yourself,” Ms. B says.

Ms. B has made such an impact that some people return years later, just to say hello. Brittany Jefferson, ECU Class of 2012, showed up randomly the day WITN was interviewing Ms. B. She says she lives in Whiteville and had gone to Apex for an appointment. Even though it was well over a hundred miles away from Greenville, Jefferson and her mom made a spur of the moment decision to drive over and surprise Ms. B.

“She touches so many people here,” Jefferson says. “I just love her to death.”

And that’s what Ms. B. has done for countless students over the years.

She’s won multiple customer service awards, including the prestigious Ring of Stars from Aramark. About 200 people of Aramark’s 270,000 employees worldwide win the award.
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Pirate student athletes combined to post a 3.02 annual grade point average (GPA) for the 2016 17 academic year, the highest since calculations began in 2013 14.

Announced the addition of women’s lacrosse as ECU’s 20th varsity program and the Pirates will conduct their inaugural season of intercollegiate competition in 2017 18.

Spearheaded the creation of a comprehensive life skills division within the department to assist student athlete development and enhance community outreach programs.

The Pirate Club achieved record breaking support in the 2016 calendar year, successfully raising $32,866,955 which included an anonymous $2.21 million leadership gift earmarked for the Dowdy Ficklen Stadium Southside Renovation project and the Bennett Hudson Endowment Fund the largest in ECU Athletics history.

Negotiated a 10 year top tier all sport partnership with the sports brand Adidas beginning in July of 2016. The Portland, Oregon based company is the official athletic footwear, apparel and accessory brand of the Pirates through the 2025 26 athletic season.

Served a two year term as chair of the American Athletic Conference AD Committee before being appointed to head the league’s finance committee in the spring of 2017.
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(WNCT) The ECU Board of Trustees has approved Athletic Director Jeff Compher buyout, which will amount to $1,262,500 over the next five years.

The announcement came during a Board of Trustees meeting Friday.

Compher will stay in his role through May 1, which means he will earn a $140,000 longevity bonus that takes affect April 30, marking five years at the school.

If Compher gets a new athletics related positions somewhere else, the university payments to himwould be reduced on a dollar for dollar basis after he earns $192,500 per year at a new position.

Compher, 59, was hired in April 2013, replacing Terry Holand.

During Compher time as athletic director, he hired Cliff Godwin as ECU baseball coach, who led the team to an NCAA Super Regional.

Compher also signed a 10 year deal with Adidas to be the PIrates official provider of footwear apparel and accessories.

But in 2015, Compher fired then football coach Ruffin McNeill.

Since then, the Pirates have won just six football games in two years, and the 2016 2017 season was among the worst athletic years in ECU history.

Following the historically bad year, Compher was given afive year extension in late June, angering some fans.

The contract was supposed to run through April 2023.

Now, just nine months after that contract extension was signed, he will be bought out of his contract.

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In the U14 semifinals Sunday morning, Aubrey Stacy buried a header off a set piece by Finn Sprankle to guide the ’01 girls to a 1 0 victory over Washington’s Pacific FC at Delta Park in Portland.

Although the championshipturned into another nerve racking game for Eclipse, the girls ultimately captured the title with a 1 0 victory over Oregon’s Westside Timbers in penalty kicks Sunday afternoon.

Sierra Shurr, Sprankle, Hope Chagnon and Stacy all netted goals in penalty kicks. The Timbers only scored one penalty kick against Eclipse goalkeeper Heaven Udarbe, who entered in relief of Brooklynn Carver at the start of the second half in the semifinal and championship games.

The U17 girls finished the tournament with an unbeaten 4 0 1 record, and much of the team’s success can be credited to the backline, which didn’t allow a goal during regulation in any of the five games.

Garrett Crane led the ’02 boys Sunday, as he scored the game winning goal in the U16 gold and silver division semifinals and championship.

Crane lifted the Eclipse toa 3 2 victory over Washington’sThurston County United before coming through again in the team’s 1 0 win over Oregon’s Eugene Timbers FC.

Like the ’01 girls,
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the ’02 boys finished unbeaten with a 4 0 1 mark.

The ’04 girls beat the Westside Timbers 1 0 in penalty kicks during the semifinals, though the team’s run came to a halt when Crossfire Oregon dished out a 5 0 loss in the U14 final.

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FAIRBANKS All three Eclipse soccer teams recorded wins or ties on Saturday to advance to today’s semifinals of the adidas Clash at the Border Tournament in the neighboring cities of Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington.

The trio of Fairbanks also are undefeated after three games of bracket play in their respective age divisions. AKDT at Skyridge Middle School in Camas, Washington, near Vancouver.

The Eclipse 01 girls also are 2 0 1 after bracket games in the 17U gold and silver division.

The Eclipse 04 girls finished 1 0 2 in the bracket action of the 14U gold, silver and bronze division.

On Saturday, the Eclipse 02 boys tied 3 3 against Toluca Portland SC Elite at the Luke Jensen Sports Park in Vancouver and won 3 0 against Oregon’s Eastside Timbers FC Black 1 at Skyridge Middle School.

The Eclipse 01 girls won 4 0 against the Washington Timbers FC White at Delta Park and later played there to a scoreless draw against the Westside Timbers Copa.

Bravo completed the 7 mile, mostly hilly race in 43 minutes, 24 seconds,
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more than two minutes ahead of runner up Jack Winford (45:44).

Tanvir Kalam took third in 45:53;Dayan Mitchell came in fourth in 47:08; and Alex Olson rounded out the top five in 49:21.

Melissa Lewis paced the women’s field and placed seventh overall in 51:11. Anna Merrill came in 12th overall and was the women’s runner up in 59:59.

Results of the race are listed on the Scoreboard on Page C2.

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The Eclipse went 4 0 in pool play games in Bracket 2 to advance to the championship game. The Stride went 3 1 0 to finish stop Bracket 1 in pool play.

The two goals allowed on Monday equal the total the Eclipse allowed in four pool play games, where they out scored opponents 7 2. Lane Pomeroy started all five games in net for the Eclipse and recorded two shutouts in pool play.

“She was beast today and all tournament,” Maxwell wrote. “She never gave up a soft goal the whole tournament and she kept us in the game against Idaho until we scored with 1 minute remaining to win 1 0.”

The win over the Idaho Rush Premier came on Sunday, with Riley Baumgartner scoring the late winner.

Maxwell said one third of the Eclipse was playing against kids two years older than themselves while another third was a year younger than their competition.

The Knights won the Bantam C title with a 6 2 decision over Palmer and PeeWee C Knights won 3 1 over the Anchorage Hockey Association Comets Bowman team.

The three day tournament began on Friday.

In the Bantam C tournament, the Knights went undefeated (3 0 1) in three pool play games to earn a spot in the title game. The Knights outscored their opponents 18 7 in the four pool play games, including a 4 3 decision over Palmer.

The Knights PeeWee C team’s only loss during pool play came against the AHA Comets Bowman team, a 3 1 decision. The Knights won their other two pool play games to finished second in the American Conference.

The Knights topped Homer in the semifinals to earn a chance at revenge against the Comets Bowman team in the finals.

The Tok Wolverines went 1 2 0 during pool play. The lone win was a 2 1 decision against the Jr. Avalanche on Friday.

The Alaska All Stars girls U19 team, whose roster features four Interior skaters, claimed the girls U16/U19 tournament title with a 4 2 win over the Palmer U16 team in the championship game.

Palmer had handed their only loss in pool play, a 1 0 decision on Saturday.

The All Stars U16 team finished third in pool play,
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going 1 1 1.

The Knights took runner up in the Midget D tournament, falling 6 2 to the Gomez Rams in the championship game. The Knights went 2 2 0 in pool play, with both losses coming against the Rams.

In the Squirt C tournament, the Knights were the No. 2 seed in the American Conference after pool play but fell to the Rams in the semifinals.

The Knights went 1 1 1 in pool play and earned a spot in the playoffs thanks to a tiebreaker over the Kenai Ice Hawks.

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Eating walnuts just two or three times a week can reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes by almost a quarter, according to new research. showed that regular helpings of a small portion of nuts can have a powerful protective effect against a disease that is threatening to become a global epidemic.

According to the charity Diabetes UK, at the current rate of increase, the numbers affected by type 2 diabetes in the UK will rise from around 2.5 million currently to four million by 2025 and five million by 2030.

Left untreated, it can raise the risk of heart attacks, blindness and amputation.

Being overweight, physically inactive and having a poor diet are major risk factors for the disease.

Their dietary habits were closely monitored, including details on how often they ate nuts, particularly walnuts.

After allowing for body fat and weight, the researchers found eating walnuts one to three times a month curbed the risk by four per cent, once a week by 13 per cent and at least twice a week by 24 per cent.

In a report on the findings the researchers said: ‘These results suggest higher walnut consumption is associated with a significantly lower risk of type 2 diabetes in women.’

Walnuts are rich in healthy fatty acids which have been shown to reduce inflammation in the body and protect against heart disease, cancer and arthritis.

Last year, experts at the University of California Los Angeles also found young men in their twenties and thirties who ate walnuts every day increased their sperm count and boosted their fertility.

The research comes just after a Louisiana State University study which showed that eating nuts can reduce people’s risk of obesity.

The study found that those who consumed varieties such as almonds, cashews and pistachios demonstrated a lower body weight, body mass index (BMI) and waist circumference compared to non consumers.

They were also at lower risk of developing heart disease, type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome

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