David Goricki The Detroit News Published 6:12 PM EST Dec 5, 2018 The Detroit News presents its All-North high school football team. ALL-NORTH ENDS MALIQ CARR 6-6, 215 pounds, Jr., Oak Park Carr has tremendous upside with outstanding size and speed. He had 21 receptions for 615 yards and 9 touchdowns while helping Oak Park to an Oakland Activities Association White championship. “Maliq is a very talented, versatile player with a tremendous work ethic,” coach Greg Carter said. “He makes tough catches in tight places. He should continue to improve in all areas.” Carr, also an outstanding basketball player, already owns football offers from Michigan and Notre Dame. TRE MOSLEY 6-2, 180, Sr., West Bloomfield Mosley had a strong senior season, coming through with 45 receptions for more than 1,000 yards and 10 touchdowns to help West Bloomfield reach the Division 1 regional final, losing 13-10 at Belleville. “Tre is one of the best wide … [Read more...] about Detroit News All-North High School Football Team
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The Detroit News Published 7:49 PM EST Dec 4, 2018 The Detroit News presents its All-Detroit high school football team. ALL-DETROIT ENDS ROBERT ARMY 6-0, 175, So., Detroit Renaissance Army was a sophomore sensation, having an outstanding season in all three phases. He returned three kicks for touchdowns, returned two of his five interceptions for touchdowns, also returned a fumble for a score and had five touchdown receptions. In a win over Detroit Central, he had three interceptions, including a pick-6 and had two touchdown catches, highlighted by a 65-yarder. “Army has to be the best sophomore in the state, very talented and a playmaker at four different positions,” coach Drake Wilkins said. DOMINICK POLIDORE-HANNAH 5-10, 165, Sr., Detroit King Polidore-Hannah showed his big-play ability by grabbing a pair (44, 22) of touchdown passes in the 41-25 Division 3 state championship game win at Ford Field to put an end to Muskegon’s 27-game … [Read more...] about Detroit News All-Detroit High School Football Team
From a distance, it didn’t seem to mean anything. It was a lazy, weekday summer morning at St. Joseph’s Prep and the Hawks were padding up, checking their hair and making sure that they put in their collective best faces towards the camera lens for their preseason picture day. In the middle of the throng of swirling players was a rather tall, somewhat baby-faced sophomore, wearing the No. 6, preening like the rest of his teammates, but also doing something else sophomores on national-level high school football teams rarely do. Kyle McCord was directing. He had an even tone. He wasn’t demeaning. He was rather steady. He was also telling — not asking — his teammates, even the seniors, to get themselves together and to stop the clowning around, reminding them that they had a rigid schedule to uphold. The St. Joseph’s Prep sophomore also received a tacit endorsement has he maturely sent out his orders — his teammates listened. That says leadership. … [Read more...] about High School Football Top 10: St. Joe’s Prep has something special brewing in sophomore QB Kyle McCord
SYRACUSE, N.Y. ― John Mannion wants to shift the balance of power at the statehouse in Albany. But before he could even try, he had to get approved for leave from teaching four periods of high school biology ― and buy three reasonably priced suits for the campaign trail.“Long before I ran for office, I would hear this phrase, ‘Parents trust their kids’ teachers,’” Mannion said on a recent October afternoon, hurrying between campaign events in his Chevy Volt. “I’ve been teaching for 25 years. I’ve had 2,500 students. Those students have parents. They have aunts and uncles who vote.”Nearly 1,500 current and retired educators across the country have tossed their hats into state-level races this year, flexing their political muscle after an unprecedented series of strikes in West Virginia, Kentucky, Oklahoma and Arizona. But few of them have the potential to shake up state politics as quickly as Mannion could. 8 PHOTOS … [Read more...] about Meet the high school biology teacher who could flip the New York Senate
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by ByBinyamin Appelbaum Sept. 14, 2018 WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco has installed Mary C. Daly, a labor economist who currently serves as the head of research, as the institution’s new president beginning Oct. 1. Ms. Daly, 55, will succeed John C. Williams, who became president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York this year. She is a widely respected expert on labor markets with an unusual breadth of personal experience. Ms. Daly dropped out of high school at the age of 15, working in a doughnut shop and at Target before a friend convinced her to earn a general education diploma. She worked her way through college at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, then earned a doctorate from Syracuse University before joining the Fed in 1996. As president of … [Read more...] about She Dropped Out of High School. Now She’s President of the San Francisco Fed.