Sports Rio Hondo Too Much for Lancers By MATTHEW KIEWIET Published on Thursday, February 19, 2015 | 11:08 am Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Lancer pitcher, Eddie Gutierrez throws to infielder, Joe Quire trying to stop Rio Hondoâ€™s, Kory Brown from stealing on Saturday, February 14, 2015 at Brookside Parkâ€™s Jackie Robinson Memorial Field. The Lancers lost to Rio Hondo College 9-4. (Erica Hong/Courier)The Lancers fought hard, but ran out of gas in the later innings against the Roadrunners of Rio Hondo, as they fell 9-4 on Saturday afternoon at Jackie Robinson Stadium.â€œTheyâ€™re a good team, and well coached,â€ said PCC head coach Pat McGee about Rio Hondo. â€œThey take advantage of every mistake.â€Lancer pitcher, Eddie Gutierrez throws to infielder, Joe Quire trying to stop Rio Hondo’s, Kory Brown from stealing on Saturday, February 14, 2015 at Brookside Park’s Jackie Robinson Memorial Field. The Lancers lost to Rio Hondo College 9-4. (Erica Hong/Courier)Lancer pitcher, Eddie Gutierrez throws to infielder, Joe Quire trying to stop Rio Hondoâ€™s, Kory Brown from stealing on Saturday, February 14, 2015 at Brookside Parkâ€™s Jackie Robinson Memorial Field. The Lancers lost to Rio Hondo College 9-4. (Erica Hong/Courier)After three scoreless innings to begin the game, Rio Hondo got on the board first with four consecutive two-out singles in the top half of the forth to give them a 2-0 advantage. PCC answered back with a run in their half of the inning. Freshman Joe Quire crushed a double to right-center to lead things off, and sophomore designated hitter John Sevilla moved him to third with a sacrifice bunt before freshman outfielder Anthony Rabito pushed him across with a groundout to shortstop.Freshman starting pitcher Isaac Holguin walked the leadoff hitter to begin the fifth inning, at which point McGee had seen enough. He pulled the right hander after just 4+ innings of work, and roughly 55 pitches.â€œI let the inning they scored get to me,â€ said Holguin. â€œI need to be better at that.â€Freshman reliever Nick Esparza allowed two runs before retiring the side, giving Rio Hondo a 4-1 lead.PCC was retired in order in the bottom of the inning.In the top of the sixth, sophomore centerfielder PJ DeZotell made a dazzling catch, diving head first on a line drive to shallow center. Esparza made the next out himself with a nice catch of his own, hauling in a screaming comebacker. He then struck the next batter out looking.The Lancers kept the momentum going with back to back singles in the bottom of the sixth. Quire was then hit by a pitch to load the bases. Sevilla stepped up and punched a high fastball into the right center field gap, scoring two and cutting the Roadrunner lead to just one.â€œI was looking for a pitch that I could drive,â€ said Sevilla. â€œAt least score one with a fly ball.â€Rabito scored Sevilla on a groundout to short, knotting things up at four runs apiece.However, the Lancers were unable to maintain focus. Esparza hit the first two batters he faced in the top of the seventh. After a sacrifice bunt moved the runners over, McGee brought in freshman reliever Brennan Martinez. Martinez gave up a two-run single, and was taken out for another freshman reliever, Eddie Gutierrez. Gutierrez was able to retire the side, but the damage was done. Rio Hondo would end up holding onto the lead, and tacking on a couple more runs to wrap up the 9-4 final.PCC looks to get back on track on track against LA Valley College on Thursday afternoon at 2 p.m. The game will be played at the University of La Verne. 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News UpdatesHe Has To Tread A Long Professional Path’ Gujarat HC Accepts Apology From The Advocate Found Smoking During Virtual Hearing [Read Order] Sparsh Upadhyay6 Oct 2020 11:52 PMShare This – xA Gujarat High Court advocate, who was found smoking during the course of Court proceedings via video conferencing and therefore, the Gujarat High Court had imposed a cost of Rs. 10,000 upon him, has submitted the said amount and has tendered an unconditional apology before the court.On Monday (05th October), the Bench of Justice A. S. Supehia noted in its order that the advocate’s apology…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginA Gujarat High Court advocate, who was found smoking during the course of Court proceedings via video conferencing and therefore, the Gujarat High Court had imposed a cost of Rs. 10,000 upon him, has submitted the said amount and has tendered an unconditional apology before the court.On Monday (05th October), the Bench of Justice A. S. Supehia noted in its order that the advocate’s apology was being accepted with no hard feelings or malice. The Bench further remarked,”I only advise him to be mindful of the observations of the Apex Court since he has yet to tread a long professional path.”Notably, the Registrar, Judicial tendered his exhaustive Report dated 04.10.2020. The Bench perused the same. The Report was forwarded to the Bar Council of Gujarat and the Bar Association of High Court of Gujarat for perusal.Significantly, the Bench wished to incorporate few observations of the Supreme Court for the constructive consumption of both the governing bodies.The Bench cited the ruling of the Supreme Court in the case of In Re Vs Vinay Chandra Mishra, reported in 1995(2) SCC 584, wherein it was observed thus:”A lawyer has to be a gentleman first. His most valuable asset is the respect and the goodwill he enjoys among his colleagues and in the Court.”The Bench further cited the ruling of the Apex Court in the case of R.D.Saxena vs Balram Prasad Sharma, 2000 (7) S.C.C. 264, wherein it was observed that,”An advocate shall, if at all times, compose himself in a manner befitting his status as an officer of the Court, a privileged member of the community and a gentleman, bearing in mind that what may be lawful and moral for a person who is not a member of the Bar or for a member of the Bar in his non-professional capacity may still be improper for an advocate.”Lastly, the Bench also cited the ruling of the Apex Court in the case of Devendra BhaiShanker Mehta vs Union of India, 1993 (1) G. L. H. 36, wherein it was observed thus, “To say the least, an advocate enrolled under the Advocate Act, 1961, having a license to represent, the case of litigants is expected to maintain a high standard of morality and unimpeachable sense of legal and ethical propriety.”Further, the Court in the present matter remarked,”Though, I cannot direct both the esteemed organizations to undertake necessary colloquium for its members, but I hope that the afore-noted observations of the Apex Court are conveyed so that such inopportune and regrettable incidents can be avoided. The Apex Court has addressed the lawyer as a gentleman, who has to maintain high standards of morality and unimpeachable sense of legal and ethical propriety.” (emphasis supplied)Thus, the advocate was advised to be mindful of the aforesaid observations of the Supreme Court which lay down the acceptable code of conduct for lawyers.With the aforementioned observations, this Court closed the “undesirable chapter with a hope that such an incident should not occur in future”.It was further clarified that forwarding of the Report of the Registrar, Judicial and the observations of this Court “shall not be in any manner be construed adverse against the advocate Mr.Ajmera.”It may be noted that the Bench of Justice AS Supehia on Thursday (24th September) had observed that the advocates appearing through video, conference are required to maintain “minimum dignified decorum” so that the majesty and dignity of the proceedings as well as the Institution are maintained.In the present case, advocate for the original complainant, Mr JV Ajmera was smoking while sitting in the car.Deprecating such conduct of the advocate, the Court had said,”It was not expected from an advocate to be smoking in the car during the Court proceedings. Such behaviour of the advocate is required to be strictly condemned.”The Court thus directed him to deposit a sum of Rs. 10,000 with the HC Registry, within a week.Inter Alia, there have been incidents where Advocates appear for a virtual court in inappropriate dresses.The Gujarat High Court on Wednesday (23rd September), while taking up a Criminal Misc. Application noticed that applicant-accused No. 1, Ajit Kubhabhai Gohil, who was present before the Court through video conferencing, was spitting openly.Deprecating such conduct of the accused, the Bench of Justice A. S. Supehia had said,”This Court is not inclined to take up the matter today looking to the conduct of the applicant-accused No. 1.”In the month of June, the Supreme Court had accepted the apology of an advocate who had made an appearance before the Court, whilst lying on the bed dressed in a T-shirt, and emphasised on the need to maintain minimum court etiquette during court video hearings.Rajasthan High Court once adjourned a Bail plea on account of inappropriately dressed counsel in a “baniyan” (undervest) during the Video conference hearing.Recently, the Orissa High Court condemned the practice of lawyers arguing cases through VC from inside vehicles, gardens & while eating etc.Furthermore, Calcutta High Court had initiated suo motu contempt action against an advocate-on-record for posting on ‘LinkedIn’ a screenshot of the virtual court hearing of the day when a favourable interim order was passed by the Single Judge while calling for affidavits.It was observed by the Calcutta High Court that taking a screenshot of the virtual court proceedings is akin to clicking a photograph of an actual court proceeding. 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A new property industry marketing platform says it wants to give back estate agents control over their data while at the same time enabling them to market their properties and services to local prospective buyers, sellers, tenants and landlords.Launched by property portal Residential People, NurturingAI uses similar tech as Amazon and other online retailers to track people across the internet, predicting when people are planning to move home or rent out their properties.It then uses this information along with estate agents’ in-bound leads to get a full picture of the property market and people’s activities within it.“Some people think their mobile phones are listening to them when they see targeted ads ‘following them’ across different websites, but instead it’s retailers like Amazon using Big Data to pinpoint their customer and their preferred purchases,” says founder Chris May (pictured).“Keeping ahead of the estate agency curve, NurturingAI also works this way. It’s an automated omnichannel marketing CRM using collaborative filtering – a form of predicting what people do and want.“Quite rightly agents are protective of their data, but many do not do anything to make profit from it either.”NurturingAI says it helps to nurture and harvest potential prospects so that an estate agency branch is in touch with their customers even while they sleep.May says he already has 500 agents who want to be early adopters of his new tech.“Advertising on portals is great for generating data, but we want to hand that data back to agents, so they are less reliant on portals,” adds May.Visit NurturingAI.NurturingAI proptech residential people chris may December 16, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » New platform to offer industry’s first omni-channel marketing service previous nextProptechNew platform to offer industry’s first omni-channel marketing serviceNurturingAI tracks local potential buyers, sellers, tenants and landlords across different websites for agents.Nigel Lewis16th December 20200606 Views
“I think that Tacko is going to have a chance to make the roster, but we’ll see,” Ainge said. “He’s here working out right now, brought him in for a few days. … We see some upside there, we’re excited about him.”Fall averaged 7.2 points and 1.4 blocks while shooting 77% from the field during his time with the Celtics in the summer league. Just throw it within 100 feet of Tacko Fall 😅 pic.twitter.com/EZ4i8kThe0— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) July 10, 2019“You know, some of the plays he makes are hilarious, because you just don’t see them,” Ainge said. “I mean, guards get in a bind and they just throw the ball up in the air and then Tacko grabs them and tip-toe dunks them into the basket. It just looks like it’s a senior in high school playing against fourth-graders sometimes out there.”The Celtics lost Kyrie Irving and Al Horford in free agency this summer. But, they signed both Kemba Walker and Enes Kanter. Here’s how Tacko Fall could find a role in the NBA “He’s a great kid, he’s working really hard, we want to take his development very seriously,” Ainge said, via WEEI. “He’s a high priority for us to try to really develop into a player.”💪 @tackofall99 tallies 12 PTS, 8 REB, 4 BLK as the @celtics move to 4-0 in Las Vegas! #NBASummer pic.twitter.com/Bykgw38lGM— NBA (@NBA) July 12, 2019The Celtics have an open roster spot, which Fall could fill, after they waived forward Guerschon Yabusele earlier this month. Related News Enes Kanter trolls Kyrie Irving as he explains why he’ll wear No. 11 with Celtics Celtics’ Brad Stevens addresses losing Kyrie Irving, Al Horford in free agency Tacko Fall could start the season in the NBA.The 7-7 center out of Central Florida went undrafted in 2019 but impressed in the summer league after signing a non-guaranteed Exhibit 10 contract with the Celtics. General manager Danny Ainge was asked about Fall during a press conference Wednesday.