(This story is for CNBC Pro subscribers only.)Investors got promising vaccine news Monday and analysts at D.A. Davidson came up with a list of under-the-radar stock ideas about how to play the rally.Stocks soared on Monday after Pfizer and BioNTech announced their coronavirus vaccine was 90% effective in preventing Covid-19. The news sent travel and leisure stocks surging as the recovery of these companies depends on a successful economic reopening.- Advertisement – D.A. Davidson gave clients a list of “Vaccine Benefit Ideas.” – Advertisement – – Advertisement – The TripAdvisor Inc. application is seen in the App Store on an Apple Inc. iPhone.Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images
The associations asserted that medical workers were susceptible to the disease, especially the ones handling people infected by COVID-19 without wearing protective equipment. The equipment shortage, they argued, would not only harm the lives of medical workers, but also cause disruption in medical services.Read also: COVID-19: Inadequate medical supplies take toll on lives of Indonesian medical workersThe statement was issued in the wake of the death of at least 10 medical workers who struggled in treating COVID-19 patients over the past few weeks.Despite the woeful reality, Daeng said there still might be a few medical workers who courageously went to save COVID-19 patients’ lives despite wearing no protective equipment. Such concern also urged the associations to issue the statement. “We are also raising concern over the matter because infected medical workers will only add to the burden on their colleagues,” he added.In a bid to protect the safety of medical workers treating the disease, the IDI and the PDGI also issued a circular containing COVID-19 prevention guidelines for medical workers. The circular, he said, had been disseminated to all medical facilities along with the statement on Friday.“We acknowledge that the guidelines are not perfect. However, we hope that the management of the medical facilities will follow what we have suggested,” Daeng said.Since mid-February, Indonesia’s health workers, doctors and nurses have been working overtime to treat COVID-19 cases, despite many of them having inadequate personal protection. Many of the medical workers were found to have worn makeshift personal protective gear, including raincoats, in lieu of hazmat suits.Read also: Indonesian fashion designers help sew, donate protective gear for medical workersTo address the issue, the Indonesian Military (TNI) has been distributing 151,000 pieces of protective equipment from the national warehouse at Halim Perdanakusuma Air Base for the past week. The distribution, however, has drastically decreased the supply of the equipment as only 19,000 pieces of equipment remain in stock from the initial 170,000.Coordinating Political, Legal and Security Affairs Minister Mahfud MD admitted that the stock was inadequate to accommodate medical workers across the country as Indonesia needed millions of pieces of protective equipment until September, according to the government’s worst-case scenario of the pandemic.However, he said the government had conducted a meeting regarding the issue on Friday to prepare the budget and the distribution mechanism of the equipment.“We were slightly worried after realizing that the equipment had started to run out, but we have prepared the budget to buy more,” Mahfud said during a press briefing on Friday. “We are optimistic to address the issue since many local manufacturers have also committed to producing more protective equipment.” (glh)Topics : Medical worker associations in the country have threatened to stop treating COVID-19 patients if the government does not ensure the availability of protective health gear amid a shortage of such equipment.The warning was stipulated in a joint statement issued on Friday by several medical worker associations, including the Indonesian Medical Association (IDI), the Indonesian Dentist Association (PDGI) and the Indonesian Nurses Association (PPNI).IDI chairman Daeng M. Faqih confirmed the joint statement: “We issued it for the sake of our colleagues’ safety. If they are infected with the disease, who will treat patients at medical facilities?” he told The Jakarta Post on Saturday.
Advertisement That knuckleball from Xhaka 😍De Gea was pointing out that the ball changed direction blaming ball/wind 😂😂😂😂— GreatZeez (@GreatZeez) March 10, 2019 ADVERTISEMENT fuck all to do with the wind, shit keeping from de gea!!— River Allen (@riverallen7) March 10, 2019 Skip PLAY Metro Sport ReporterSunday 10 Mar 2019 5:14 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link765Shares Announce De Gea blaming the wind— Wahab Al Fares (@WahabFares203) March 10, 2019 De Gea appeared to blame the wind (Picture: Getty)David de Gea was left to curse the wind when Granit Xhaka’s tame effort swerved by him for Arsenal’s opener against Manchester United.Arsenal welcomed the in-form United to the Emirates looking to leapfrog the Red Devils into fourth place and got off to the best possible start in the 13th minute.De Gea, who is hailed as one of the best goalkeepers in the world, misread the flight of Xhaka’s long-range effort and watched in horror as the ball flew by him. Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Video Settings Full Screen Advertisement Read More Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE De Gea blaming the wind 😂😂 when the ball is at ground level— Sanvir (@_Sanvir_S) March 10, 2019 / Comment No United fans can take the piss out of Klopp when De Gea has just done the exact same hahaha shocking goal keeping https://t.co/OSUvYSGtpA— Amy (@AmyLFC11) March 10, 2019 Man got tricked by the wind, De Gea the FRAUD— Saeed 🏹 (@TheBossPacino) March 10, 2019 Read More De Gea can blame the wind the ball or whatever the fuck he likes that was clearly his fault and a hilarious howler #ARSMUN— Hanzlah (@hanichelsea10) March 10, 2019 About Connatix V67539 1/1 Coming Next Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityThat’s what happens when you don’t shoot straight at De gea— 🎯 (@raunaksays) March 10, 2019 Skip Ad Xhaka’s effort flew past a De Gea going the wrong way (Picture: Getty)It appeared the Spaniard had gambled to move left rather than right, but De Gea gestured he was bamboozled by the wind.AdvertisementAdvertisementDe Gea’s excuse was picked up by Arsenal and rival fans, and was swiftly dismissed as nonsense.The wind explanation comes hot on the heels of Jurgen Klopp pulling out the same excuse when Liverpool struggled to convert their chances against Everton in the Merseyside derby. Read More Read More De Gea Pickfords it.Ole blames the wind.Mancs go into meltdown.GENIUS!!!!— Sweet’nSourScouser (@warrenquan) March 10, 2019 Read More Klopp discussed about the wind last week,De gea will explain better this week. #ARSMUN— Princeman. (@2xcePrince) March 10, 2019 SPONSORED by Metro Rivals fans ridicule David de Gea for wind excuse after howler against Arsenal Top articles De gea putting it down to the wind? Must be having chats with Klopp 😂😂😂— Josh-Yu-Wa 🐉 (@AIIezAIIezAIIez) March 10, 2019 1 min. story More: FootballBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar SolskjaerNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira moves
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Vyacheslav Sobolev, a businessman andKiev regional council lawmaker was at wheel of the car when it was attacked,the source added. An investigator inspects a car at a site of a murder attempt on the lawmaker of the Kiev regional council and businessman Viacheslav Soboliev in Kiev, Ukraine on Dec. 1. REUTERS/VALENTYN OGIRENKO KIEV – Unknown gunmen opened fire atthe car of a local lawmaker in the center of this Ukrainian capital on Sunday,killing his three-year-old son, a police source said. Sobolev is a businessman from Donetsk,a flashpoint of pro-Russian insurgency in Ukraine. In 2010-2011 he was anexecutive at Ukraine’s state energy company Naftogaz.(Reuters) “As a result of a gunshot wound, achild died in a car ambulance on the way to hospital,” Ukraine’s Ministry ofInternal Affairs said.
Almost 150 million ash trees in Indiana are in danger.Photo: Troy McCormickIndianapolis, In. — Today, the emerald ash borer continues to ravage woodlands in every county in Indiana. But the dreaded pest faces ramped-up resistance in the form of treatments funded by a growing group of citizens and organizations.Now, a $20,000 grant from the Dr. Laura Hare Charitable Trust and additional donations, the Indiana Parks Alliance have topped the initial fundraising goal by raising $28,770 to combat the invasive insect that attacks and destroys ash trees.The funds will be used in IPA’s Save Our Ash Trees campaign to initially treat 100 mature, seed producing ash trees at several state parks and state nature preserves. EABs have been found in all 92 Indiana counties, and projections point to a potential 95 percent loss of the state’s ash trees over the next decade. “Nothing makes your day like coming home, sitting down at the computer and reading in an email that your organization has been awarded a $20,000 grant for your first major fundraising campaign,” said Tom Hohman, president of IPA, a volunteer organization that supports the missions of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources divisions of State Parks and Nature Preserves.“This not only allows us to meet our original goal of $20,000 but also gives us reserve funds for necessary retreatments in another two to three years, and to consider expanding the program to additional properties,” Hohman said.In addition to the Laura Hare grant, IPA received donations of $1,000 from Friends of McCormick’s Creek State Park and the Indiana Native Plant & Wildflower Society, $700 from Friends of Fort Harrison State Park, and $250 from Friends of Limberlost State Historic Site.Another 33 individual donors made contributions ranging from $10 to $1,000.“While the $20,000 grant is the big news, it’s important to recognize the other donations,” Hohman said. “All of those donations have made this campaign a great success.”The SOAT fundraising campaign is ongoing. Visit www.indianaparksalliance.org/save-our-ash-trees/ to donate online.Emerald ash borers are invasive insects that have destroyed tens of millions of ash trees since arriving in the United States in 2002. Ash trees compose up to 20 percent of Indiana’s private and public forests.SOAT has identified ash trees at Harmonie, McCormick’s Creek, Shades, and Turkey Run state parks, and at Coal Hollow, Russell Bend, and Shrader-Weaver nature preserves that have been relatively unaffected by EABs.The trees will be injected with emamectin benzoate, an insecticide that causes insect paralysis. The U.S Forest Service uses emamectin benzoate to control emerald ash borers, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency designates it as a reduced risk insecticide. The average cost of treating one mature ash tree is $200.IPA’s treatment project will bolster an effort begun last year by DNR Nature Preserves, which treated 100 ash trees at nine state-managed properties.
World’s football governing body, FIFA, is probing the English side, West Ham for missing a £5.4million payment to Eintracht Frankfurt in relation to Sebastien Haller’s transfer. fifa to name women world cup host 2023 The money was due to the Bundesliga side on May 15 but the Hammers failed to cough up and Frankfurt reported them to the governing body. But a source close to the deal told SunSport the East Londoners are confident a payment will be made soon and the issue resolved. The delay was not related to any financial problems brought on by coronavirus and was solely due to a contractual issue between the two clubs. A Fifa spokesperson told SunSport: “We can confirm that we have received a claim from the German club Eintracht Frankfurt against the English club West Ham United.Advertisement Loading… “The matter is currently still being investigated and consequently we cannot provide any further comments.” Fifa rules state: “Clubs are required to comply with their financial obligations towards players and other clubs as per the terms stipulated in the contracts signed with their professional players and in the transfer agreements.” Although Fifa often considers transfer embargoes for severe matters of this nature, the small amount and the fact West Ham are not repeating offenders suggest such a punishment is a long way off. read also:Lampard: West Ham loss shows why we aren’t contenders The Hammers splashed out a club-record £45million on Haller, 26, to bring him in last summer. But after a promising start with three goals from his first three games, the Frenchman’s form has gone the same way as the club’s with the towering striker managing just four goals in 26 appearances since. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearTop 10 Must-Know Facts About Ivanka Trump7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty Penny8 Ways Drones Will Automate Our Future9 Movie Scenes That Got Re-Shot Because Viewers Didn’t Like Them7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseWhat Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?7 Theories About The Death Of Our Universe
Famously Ferguson also had a testing start to his reign and he was not following an icon who had just enjoyed a 27-year trophy-laden spell. ”The thing about coming to a club like United is you can never get away from the expectation and I learned about that quickly,” said Ferguson at a question and answer session for a 1,700-strong audience at The Lowry Theatre in Manchester to coincide with the publication of his autobiography. ”I spent a lot of stupid time looking at history, getting out early results from the 10 previous seasons and it was doing me no good, I was getting nowhere with that. ”I learned you had to look at your own situation. ”Winning a trophy at any time is important at this club.” Ferguson was not asked any questions by BBC Sport presenter Dan Walker about the Glazer family’s ownership of United, Roy Keane, Wayne Rooney or what he thought about the reaction over the last week to the publication of his memoirs. He did offer a view on what he thought made for a successful manager. ”I was there 27 years and that gave me time to look ahead,” said the Scot, who revealed he had been contacted by Cardiff boss Malky Mackay in the last fortnight – around the time when there was huge speculation about his future after internal wranglings at the Welsh club. ”When clubs sack their manger they have no evidence it works. When a manager is consistent in his position the club does better and I strongly believe in that. ”David Moyes had 10 years at Everton and when he joined he inherited a ‘sell, sell, sell’ (policy) but he built the club up.” Ferguson, who made disparaging remarks about Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard in the book saying he was not a ”top, top player”, could not resist another little dig at the Merseysiders. However, he accepted it was because of the Anfield side’s historic success that the rivalry between the two North West clubs was so fierce. ”Coming to United Liverpool were the top dogs, there were fantastic teams in the ’70s and ’80s winning their four European Cups – or whatever it was,” he said. ”Our younger fans who have grown up don’t remember when Liverpool were successful. ”They don’t remember when we were fighting to get on top of Liverpool. ”The two clubs are the two most successful in Britain, that is obvious, so the rivalry is always going to be there.” Ferguson also had a swipe at the FA, which is currently beginning the long process of how to overhaul the game from grassroots level and improve coaching. ”What we are seeing at the moment which is really wrong is the FA are fast-tracking players (into coaching) because they are internationals,” he said. ”It is ridiculous. You don’t do them any favours whatsoever because this is a difficult industry. ”They should be making sure the coaching qualifications are intense and difficult because by doing that you know you are giving them proper preparation.” Press Association Moyes – along with former assistant manager Mike Phelan, Sir Bobby Charlton and Denis Law – was a guest in the audience to hear his fellow Scot spend an hour recounting tales and experiences from his career. Life after Ferguson at Old Trafford has not got off to the flying start Moyes would have hoped for as some stuttering performances in the Barclays Premier League have left them eighth in the table, eight points behind leaders Arsenal. Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson’s recollection of his tricky start to his Old Trafford career may have inadvertently offered some advice to successor David Moyes.
Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNFL-SUPER BOWLChiefs capture Super Bowl in late comeback against the 49ersMIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — The Kansas City Chiefs have ended a half-century of frustration. The 49ers fell short in their bid for a record-tying sixth Super Bowl title, even though they dominated for much of the first 3 1/2 quarters. Garoppolo threw for 219 yards and kept the Chiefs’ defense guessing by completing passes to eight receivers.NBA-SCHEDULERockets rally past PelicansUNDATED (AP) — James Harden and the Houston Rockets were able to cool off the surging New Orleans Pelicans while staying atop the NBA’s Southwest Division.Harden fell one assist shy of a triple-double as the Rockets guard delivered 40 points and 10 rebounds in a 117-109 victory over the Pelicans. New Orleans led 97-92 until Harden nailed a 3-pointer that sparked Houston’s comeback. Joe Wieskamp and CJ Fredrick each had 18 points for the Hawkeyes, who hit five of their last seven shots.Illinois led 62-61 before going scoreless over a 3:59 stretch, ending the drought in the closing seconds.NHL-SCHEDULEPens hold off CapsUNDATED (AP) — A month ago it appeared the Washington Capitals were poised to run away with the NHL’s Metropolitan Division title. The Pittsburgh Penguins have changed all that by winning 16 of their last 21 games to get within four points of the Caps with one game in hand. The American three-time overall champion decided to skip the races in the 2014 Olympic resort after winning the previous super-G and a downhill in Bulgaria a week ago.The win left the Italian 270 points short of Shiffrin’s leading tally. — Terence Davis scored a career-high 31 points and the Raptors picked up their team-record 11th consecutive victory by ripping the Bulls, 129-102. Pascal Siakam (see-A’-kam) added 17 points for Toronto, which outscored the Bulls 69-39 in the second half to beat Chicago for the 12th straight time. The Raptors were without guard Norman Powell, who broke the ring finger on his left hand in Friday’s win at Detroit.NBA-NETS-IRVING OUTKyrie Irving out at least a week with right knee sprainNEW YORK (AP) — Nets guard Kyrie Irving will miss at least a week with a sprained medial ligament in his right knee.Irving was injured in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s loss to Washington. He and Wizards guard Bradley Beal became entangled while battling for a loose ball. Irving’s knee twisted as he landed on the court, causing him to stay down for a couple minutes before taking the jump ball and heading to the locker room. Simpson birdied the final two holes of regulation to force a playoff before sinking a 10-foot birdie putt on the first extra hole to win it. Finau missed an 18-foot birdie try in the playoff.Simpson closed with a 2-under 69 for a 17 under total.WORLD WCUP-WOMEN’S SUPER-GBrignone wins super-G in overall leader Shiffrin’s absenceROSA KHUTOR, Russia (AP) — Federica Brignone (feh-deh-REE’-kah breen-YOH’-nay) won a women’s World Cup super-G after overall leader Mikaela Shiffrin sat out the race. Associated Press Patrick Mahomes (mah-HOHMZ’) engineered three touchdown drives in the final 6:13 as the Chiefs roared back from a 10-point deficit to defeat the San Francisco 49ers, 31-20 in Super Bowl 54. It’s the first NFL championship for the Chiefs since beating the Minnesota Vikings, 24-7 in Super Bowl 4.Mahomes righted himself after throwing interceptions on consecutive possessions. The comeback started when Mahomes engineered a 68-yard drive that was capped by a one-yard scoring toss to Travis Kelce (KEHL’-see). The Chiefs quarterback put his team ahead for the first time since the second quarter by hitting Damien Williams for a five-yard TD. Williams later capped his 104-yard rushing performance by scampering 38 yards to give Kansas City breathing room.Mahomes shook off a slow start to finish 26 of 42 for 286 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. Tyreek Hill had 105 receiving yards on nine catches, and Sammy Watkins had five receptions for 98 yards.The 49ers took advantage of Mahomes’ first interception by turning it into a one-yard scoring run by Raheem Mostert late in the third quarter. Mostert’s scoring run gave San Francisco a 20-10 lead.Chiefs coach Andy Reid earned his 222nd career victory, and his first in a Super Bowl. No other coach had won more games without winning an NFL championship. — Pierre-Luc Dubois (look doo-BWAH’) scored twice and added an assist to send the Blue Jackets to their seventh win in eight games, 4-3 over the Canadiens. Columbus netminder Elvis Merzlikins (murz-LIH’-kihnz) made 27 saves and improved to 10-2-0 since replacing injured starter Joonas Korpisalo (YOH’-nuhs kohr-pih-SAH’-loh). The Jackets are 11-2-1 since New Year’s Eve, pushing them one point ahead of the Islanders for third place in the Metropolitan Division.TENNIS-AUSTRALIAN OPENDjokovic wins 8th Australian titleMELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Novak Djokovic (NOH’-vak JOH’-kuh-vich) has won a record-extending eighth Australian Open championship, beating Dominic Thiem (teem) 6-4, 4-6, 2-6, 6-3, 6-4. No other man in the history of tennis has won this tournament more than six times.It’s the 17th Grand Slam title for Djokovic, who has five titles from Wimbledon, three from the U.S. Open and one from the French Open. Only Roger Federer’s 20 and Rafael Nadal’s (nah-DAHLZ’) 19 top Djokovic’s Grand Slam count. February 3, 2020 Irving was less than two weeks removed from returning to the lineup after missing 26 games with a right shoulder injury.T25 MEN’S BASKETBALLHawkeyes rally past IlliniIOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Iowa has won a Big Ten matchup of top-25 teams.Luka Garza contributed 25 points and the 18th-ranked Hawkeyes ended Illinois’ seven-game winning streak by downing the 19th-ranked Illini, 72-65. Garza was held scoreless for the first 15 minutes before finishing 9-for-16 from the field, including a career-high four 3-pointers. He also had 10 rebounds for his 13th double-double of the season. Brandon Tanev (TAN’-ehv) scored the eventual game-winner and Matt Murray stood tall during a last-minute onslaught to help the Penguins secure a 4-3 victory in Washington. Tanev’s goal with 2:33 remaining gave the Pens a seemingly comfortable 4-2 lead, but Lars Eller put the pressure back on Pittsburgh by scoring just 15 seconds later.Murray finished with 29 saves and Patric Hornqvist provided the go-ahead tally, one day after the forward underwent a dental procedure. Sidney Crosby had an assist in his 50th career game against Capitals left wing Alex Ovechkin (oh-VEHCH’-kihn), who was held off the scoresheet.Eller scored twice for the Capitals.Elsewhere on NHL ice:— The Hurricanes pulled out a 4-3 win over the Canucks on Justin Willliams’ second game-winning shootout goal in four games since returning to Carolina. Nino Niederreiter (NEE’-dur-eye-tur), Sebastian Aho (AH’-hoh) and Andrei Svechnikov (SVEHCH’-nih-kahv) scored in regulation to back James Reimer, who made 32 saves. Vancouver’s winning streak ended at five games despite Elias (eh-LEE’-uhs) Pettersson’s two goals. Russell Westbrook added 22 points for the Rockets and Ben McLemore had 22 off the bench.Rookie sensation Zion Williamson had 21 points and 10 rebounds for the Pelicans, whose three-game winning streak was snapped.Checking out Sunday’s other NBA action:— Giannis Antetokounmpo’s (YAH’-nihs an-teh-toh-KOON’-pohz) 30 points and 19 rebounds were among the Bucks’ highlights in a 129-108 rout of the Suns. Fellow All-Star Khris Middleton had 25 points, eight rebounds and six assists for Milwaukee, which shot 49.5% and made 15 of 38 from 3-point range. The Bucks rebounded from Friday’s setback against Denver and avoided just their second losing streak since the start of last season.— Andre Drummond had a double-double and the Pistons rallied from an early 21-point deficit to beat the Nuggets, 128-123 in overtime. Drummond had 21 points and 17 rebounds before fouling out midway through OT. Reggie Jackson added 20 points and Bruce Brown scored 19 as Detroit ended a five-game losing streak. Djokovic’s victory means he will return to No. 1 in the rankings, replacing Nadal.Thiem is 0-for-3 in Grand Slam finals.PGA-PHOENIX OPENSimpson rallies to win Phoenix OpenSCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Webb Simpson rallied late in regulation to beat Tony Finau (FEE’-now) and capture the PGA’s Waste Management Phoenix Open. Update on the latest sports
Tags: F-MGolfMPH Wallace posted a 45, while Fowler had a 46. Hulslander and Carter had matching totals of 48 as Alexandra Egnaczyk, with a 53, was five better than the Bees’ second-best round of 58 from Colleen Vredenburg.Then F-M handled Oswego 188-208 on Tuesday, with Fowler shooting a 45 at Oswego Country Club, just ahead of the 46 from Wallace and the 47 from Burness. Carter added a 50 as Nicole DelConte posted a 47 of her own to lead the Buccaneers.In boys golf, Manlius-Pebble Hill moved to 3-0 by holding off Pulaski 229-248 at Tecumseh Golf Club. Johnny Gruninger, shooting a 32, was one off his low nine-hole score of the spring as Grant Lewis added a 36, ahead of the 41 by the Blue Devils’ Chris Olson.Then the Trojans made it four in a row on Wednesday by stopping Cato-Meridian 227-248. Gruninger this time shot a 35 as Lewis added a 37, with the Blue Devils led by Mike Grant’s 41.A fifth straight win followed on Thursday, MPH routing Fabius-Pompey 215-314, where Tommy Wildhack’s 45 offered support to the 34 shot by Gruninger and the 35 posted by Lewis.Bishop Grimes got its own win over Bishop Ludden 233-290 last Monday afternoon at Tuscarora. Anthony Falgiatano’s 41 matched that of the Gaelic Knights’ Dan Cacchione, but the Cobras pulled away as Louis Pelose shot 45, while Ben Schultz, with a 48, was just ahead of Connor Alexander (49) and Josh Kuchinski (50).Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story When Lindsey Toper shot 49 and Hannah Dombroski added a 53, Liverpool had its team total and now F-M had to match it.Justine Burness led the Hornets with a 42, four shots behind the Avotins sisters, but the Hornets caught up and passed Liverpool with a 44 from Lucy Fowler and 45s from Bailey Wallace and Elly Hulslander. Ally Egnaczyk had a 53 and Ashley Carter a 54.This was F-M’s third match in as many days. The Hornets handled Baldwinsville 182-216 last Monday at Green Lakes, its sheer depth overcoming the fact that the Bees’ Margaret Dec matched Burness for low nine-hole score of 43. Regardless of what conditions it has faced or what opponents it has dealt with, the Fayetteville-Manlius girls golf team has remained consistent, steady and difficult to catch.Yet the Hornets nearly did get caught last Wednesday afternoon, barely getting past Liverpool 176-178 as first place in the SCAC Metro division was at stake.On the back nine at F-M’s home course of Green Lakes, Liverpool’s Mia and Natalya Avotins shared low individual honors, each shooting 38 to put the Warriors in front.