The Lady Wildcats came out and played a beautiful first half with excellent ball control, good communication but just could not find the back of the net, taking 10 shots losing 1-0. Jessica Parker, Hannah Surber and Jaime Stortz were particularly successful with frustrating Centerville and letting the ball do the work.Grace Noble returned from a leg injury and was a threat the entire game and drew two fouls to setup direct kicks outside the box, however, the Wildcats could not capitalize on them. Jordan Nichols was another threat that was hard to contain.The second half of the game the Wildcats were fatigued and Claudia Mauntel had two marks to handle in the back. She was forced to make save which led to a foul. Centerville crossed the ball, Pearson made a save but the ball knocked around several people before landing in front of an unmarked player who tapped it in. The Wildcats struggled to keep possession and composure yet still continued to threaten the tie taking the final corner kick with 10 seconds left in the game but could not convert it.Pearson was brilliant between the pipes with 8 more saves to add to her stats.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Cindy Adams.
DES MOINES — More than a dozen people are seeking the open spot on the state’s highest court.Nineteen people have applied to the State Judicial Nominating Commission to fill the open spot on the Iowa Supreme Court created by the retirement of Justice Daryl Hecht on December 13th. They include nine judges currently serving on lower courts, two assistant U.S. attorneys, one county attorney, an assistant in the Iowa Attorney General’s office, and six attorneys in private practice.The nominating commission will meet and interview any of the applicants who were not interviewed for the vacancy on the court last fall before moving ahead with a decision. The interviews are open to the public and will be streamed live by the court.The commission will cut the field down to three people, and then give those names to the governor to select one to fill the spot.Here are the applicants:Joel Barrows, District Court Judge, Seventh Judicial District, BettendorfRomonda Belcher, District Associate Judge, Fifth Judicial District, Des MoinesMary Chicchelly, District Court Judge, Sixth Judicial District, Cedar RapidsJean Dickson, Attorney, Betty, Neuman & McMahon, PLC, BettendorfDavid Faith II, Assistant United States Attorney, Southern District of Iowa, IndianolaTimothy Gartin, Attorney, Hastings, Gartin & Boettger, AmesMyron Gookin, District Court Judge, Eighth Judicial District, FairfieldCeCelia Ibson, Attorney, Ibson Law Firm, Des MoinesChristine Lebron-Dykeman, Attorney, McKee, Voorhees & Sease, PLC, Des MoinesKellyann Lekar, District Court Judge, First Judicial District, WaterlooChristopher McDonald, Court of Appeals Judge, Iowa Court of Appeals, Des MoinesCraig Nierman, Attorney, Phelan, Tucker, Mullen, Walker, Tucker & Gelman, LLP, Iowa CityAlan Ostergren, Muscatine County Attorney, MuscatineDavid Porter, District Court Judge, Fifth Judicial District, JohnstonDustria Relph, District Court Judge, Fifth Judicial District, CorydonElisabeth Reynoldson, Attorney, Reynoldson & Van Werden, L.L.P., OsceolaPatrick Tott, District Court Judge, Third Judicial District, Sioux CityMolly Weber, Assistant Attorney General, Iowa Attorney General’s Office, AdelLisa Williams, Assistant United States Attorney, US Attorney’s Office, Northern District of Iowa, Iowa City
Sharon Higgins proves she really is a cut above the rest.Sharon is pictured with her local model Trina McGarvey and some staff members from Patrick Gildea Hairdressing at Dublin’s Mansion House.No, they weren’t on a sightseeing tour of Dublin! The group attended a very glamorous night attended by some of Ireland’s top hairdressers at the Trend Vision Hairdressing Competition.Sharon was selected to represent Ireland in the Wella Trend Vision Awards in London in October. WELLA I NEVER! SHARON PROVES SHE IS A CUT ABOVE THE REST was last modified: September 5th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Patrick Gildea HairdressersSharon Higgins