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PITTSBURGH The Pittsburgh Riverhounds have announced a new partnership agreement with adidas. Beginning immediately, the club enters a five year deal in which adidas will be the official footwear, apparel and accessory brand of the Hounds through the 2023 season.

The Portland, Oregon based company will supply the professional team with uniforms, training apparel and footwear. In addition, adidas will be the official outfitter of the Riverhounds Development Academy.

“We’re very excited to team with adidas,” Riverhounds General Manager Kevin Johnston said. “This is the first in a series of exciting announcements that will usher in a new era of soccer for this club and the city of Pittsburgh.”

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There probably aren’t too many places you can go to buy medicine and then order a plate of eggs and home fries.

But Gerould’s Pharmacy in Horseheads has developed a symbiotic relationship over the years with several restaurants that have shared its building, and Honey B’s Cafe is the latest to continue that tradition.

Honey B’s opened earlier this year in the Gerould’s building, and a largeinterior doorway allows customers to pass from one business to the other without even going outside.

“I do believe both the restaurant and pharmacy benefit in bringing customers together,” said Gerould’s owner Barb MacBlane. “The pharmacy opened here in 1987. The pharmacy used to be on the restaurant side originally, but switched about 19 years ago. The customers like it. There’s been a restaurant in existence here for over 20 years in one form or another. We grew from ice cream into breakfast and lunch.”

When the previous restaurant at that site, Claire’s Corner Cafe, moved to a different location last year, Winnie Bennett saw a perfect opportunity.

Bennett never owned her own restaurant before, but she literally grew up in the food service business.

After her husband of 47 years died two years ago, Bennett was on the lookout for new ways to keep busy.

Buy PhotoHoney B Cafe owner Winnie Bennett, left, chats with regular customer Betty Rush of Millport. (Photo: Jeff Murray / Staff photo)

“I was the head chef at Spencer’s Restaurant in Corning for 15 years, and I worked at Pudgie’s in (Hanover) square for 17 years,” Bennett said. “My mother always had a restaurant. When I was younger I worked at Pierce’s Restaurant as a waitress. I just love cooking. I tried working in factories and I tried other things but I never liked them.”

Honey B’s Cafe is open seven days a week for breakfast and lunch, and all of the food is made from scratch, Bennett said.

Bennett is personally at the business every day, and she has another cook and three part time waitresses to help out.

The menu features sausage gravy biscuits, omelets, quiche, homemade soups and desserts.

People will often stop at Gerould’s to fill a prescription and then cross over for a meal or vice versa, Bennett said.

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Honey B’s Cafe quickly developed a loyal customer base, many of whom had previously patronized Claire’s Corner Cafe and the other former restaurants.

Regular customers appreciate the homemade food and especially the friendly atmosphere.

“I can come in all by myself and feel comfortable. I love the home fries,” said customer Vera Higgins of Horseheads.

“I come here every Thursday. It’s just comfortable. You feel at ease,” said Higgins’ friend, Loretta Arnold of Elmira. “I feel more at ease here than anyplace else. I love the hot dogs here, and the soup is delicious too.
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Horry County’s Emergency Management Director Randy Webster wants to make sure the committee charged with identifying the county’s next major road projects keeps evacuation routes in mind. 378, in mind when determining which projects to include in the planned referendum, which is scheduled to be voted on in 2016.

The RIDE III committee is charged with devising the next major road program, and is aiming to collect upwards of $530 million to address high traffic areas.

The committee will pass its findings and recommendations on to a six person commission comprised of three members from the Horry County League of Cities and three appointed by the Horry County Council. That commission’s recommendation would then go to the full County Council for approval before it is brought to voters for another one cent sales tax referendum. 501 need to be discussed for the times an evacuation of residents along the Grand Strand is needed for dangerous weather, such as hurricanes.

Pam Creech, a member of the committee, asked Webster how bottlenecks, or areas where multiple lanes merge into one, fit on the priority list.

“So what you’re basically saying is doing something with bottlenecks is more important than doing something with new roads?” Creech said.

Webster said his talk was more of a precautionary warning.

“From my perspective, bottlenecks are a big problem,” Webster said. “You can only get so much water through the spigot.”

Webster said there are other options, including reversing lanes and sending traffic inland, but Mark Hoeweler, assistant executive director at the Council of Governments and the Grand Strand Area Transportation Study, wasn’t too sure lane reversal was the answer.

“I’m skeptical of the lane reversal,” Hoeweler said. “Can you cite any real life example where that was used?”
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University of Lethbridge Pronghorns’ Kyle Peterson drives up the court to past University of Calgary Dinos’ Mambi Diawara during Canada West basketball action Thursday night at the 1st Choice Savings Centre.

The Horns pushed the Calgary Dinos to overtime with a dying seconds basket and then completed the comeback in overtime with a will 91 89 victory in front of a loud crowd at the 1st Choice Savings Centre. It was the Pronghorns second straight overtime win following a 106 101 home win over the UBC Thunderbirds Jan. 13 .

With the win, the Pronghorns improve to 12 5 on the season and sit in fourth place in the Canada West, two points behind the 13 4 Dinos and four points up on the Manitoba Bisons (10 8).

After Calgary’s Max Eisele missed of a pair of free throws with 20 seconds left and the Dinos up 79 77, the Pronghorns marched down court in the final seconds as Brett Warren drove the paint and made no mistake on a layup to knot the score at 79 79 with 13 seconds to go.

The Dinos went for the buzzer beater in the final seconds, but missed as the teams headed to overtime.

The Pronghorns took an 83 79 lead in the extra session on a pair of Zac Overwater free throws and a jump shot.

Calgary went up 86 85 with 2:35 to go and 89 88 with 1:50 remaining, but Lethbridge’s Saren Westrop gave the Horns the lead for good with a jump shot with 1:36 left.

After Colton Gibb hit a free throw with six seconds remaining, the Dinos went for the three point winner at the buzzer, but Lars Schlueter’s attempt missed, giving the Horns the win.
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And when the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns men’s basketball team starts the post season, that’s the credo they’re going to live by. at the 1st Choice Savings Centre.

“We don’t talk about making playoffs anymore, it’s about hosting them,” said Pronghorns head coach Mike Hansen, whose team comes into tonight off a bye weekend following a wild 106 101 overtime win over the UBC Thunderbirds two weekends ago.

“We win out and we finish first and they know what’s stake. We’re in playoffs right now, our goal is to finish first. If we win these last four games, we’re there. We understand that if you want to go to nationals you can’t be going on the road for three straight weeks and win.

“Right now we’re focused on trying to get that bye in the first weekend and line ourselves up for a top four finish.”

The Horns trail the Dinos and Thunderbirds by four points. The chance to close that gap begins tonight.

“It’s gone well,” said fourth year Pronghorns guard Zac Overwater, who broke a Pronghorns single game scoring record in the victory over UBC with 49 points. “The bye week has been nice to get a lot of guys rest and get some guys healthy again, especially after that tough weekend against UBC. We had a great week of practice going in and I think we’re going to be ready.”

The bye week was welcomed by Pronghorns’ leading scorer Dejon Burdeaux, who continues to deal with a hamstring injury.

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Burdeaux has been cleared to play, but remains a question mark.

“We want to make sure he’s ready for playoffs so I’m taking a cautious approach,” said Hansen. “How much he plays remains to be seen. But I’m hoping he’ll be ready to go.”

The Pronghorns will face a Dinos team that will bring a similar game to the court.

“They have a couple of scorers on their team, a couple of big guys,” said Overwater. “They play fast and they play like us. They get up and they’re going to pressure us and try to make us turn the ball over. So if we can play our style of basketball it’ll be a good game.”

In the absence of Burdeaux, Hansen noted a few other players who have filled the void.

“I think it’s just us growing as a team and understanding that we can win without Dejon and having other guys step up, we saw that last weekend. Kyle (Peterson) and Zac did a tremendous job filling in that gap and that’s what we need right now. We needed other guys stepping up and playing their best.”

“It’s huge,” said Hansen. “You’ve got to win at home and we’re aware of that. We want to come out and get off to a good start. We had a great crowd last weekend and I really felt like that was the difference in the game Saturday. The crowd was really into it the entire game. It gave us a lot of energy and really helped us push through and get that OT win. It sounds like we’re going to pack the place and it’s going to be a lot of fun.”

Students 17 and under get into tonight’s game for free, ideally filling the seats for what should be a big crowd at the 1st Choice Savings Centre for the weekday game with playoff implications.

“We might have missed the boat a little bit a few years ago when we upped ticket prices,” said Hansen. “I think it’s hurt attendance over the last few years. This is our way of trying to get fans back into the door and take a good hard look at what’s important. I think the important thing is filling the gym and getting people out when we can. I know in talking to my kids and their families,
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Wings+Horns is good at collaborating.

The Vancouver based menswear brand boasts a partnership roster that includes some of the biggest activewear brands in the business including New Balance and Adidas.

And with cut and sew knits being one of the brand strengths, with many of its creations being crafted right here in the city, it will come as no surprise that the fall collection with Adidas features some pretty stellar examples of said textiles.

In fact, the brand quality construction and attention to detail in its knits and its other pieces is what Wings+Horns creative director Tung Vo believes brings international brands to their Vancouver studio in the first place

come to us for our craftsmanship, Vo says simply when asked why he thinks some of the most successful companies in the game are lining up to work with the Canadian brand.

Speaking before the collection launch event at the brand shop at 133 W 5th Ave., Vo talked collaborations, creativity and staying true to the Wings+Horns esthetic.

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Q. How did the collection with Adidas come about?

A. We had one in the previous summer, which was a small capsule. And for this fall, it a bit more robust in terms of the product range and the overall rollout. So, we pretty excited.

Q. How is this release different?

A. This time around we are working heavily with the team in Germany, which is the original Statement Team. So, it a true collaboration in a sense where we will initiate a concept, and from there, both our design team and their design and development team work together to execute all these ideas.

Q. How difficult or easy is it to work with such an iconic brand like Adidas, which has its own unique design esthetic, and merge that with the esthetic of Wings+Horns?

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A. It a very open discussion. I think from our end, we know what we like. We know what the esthetic should look like. So, from that standpoint we are usually pretty confident in the approach, but are also very open to ideas. And on their end, because they part of the Statement Team, that what they do is collaborations. So, their team has the experience and skill set to explore all these options.

Q. What did you look to accomplish with the latest release?

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Q. What is it about Wings+Horns that keeps bringing big brands such as Adidas and New Balance back to collaborate?

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Q. Wings+Horns is known for the quality of its knits. How is this displayed in the latest collection?

A. We actually developed a fabric that a custom, two layer bonded (knit) that has a nice soft surface and on the inside, a mesh visual that ties back to the Adidas heritage.

Q. So, who is the customer for this collection?

A. The customer for the project is someone who enjoys clothing, comfort and quality. That can range from a Sneakerhead to a more mature, established professional.

Q. What is the price point of the collection?

A. It from $55 (for a knit beanie) to $570 (for the insulated bomber).

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Q. The collection also has some footwear options. Anything we should keep an eye out for?

A. We have a strong footwear range for this drop. It kind of tying it back to the classic and modern The classic Gazelle 85, which they re released this year, we done in a hairy suede. Growing up, in elementary, the (Gazelle 85) was my go to shoe back in the day. That, and a track jacket. So, it great to be able to work with the team on something so iconic.

Q. Is that sort of surreal for you, working on designing something that played such a big part in your own personal style history?
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has been so much fun to go through this process and to revisit the names who have shaped Pronghorn Athletics over the years, said Ken McInnes, executive director of Sport and Recreation Services, in a release. excited to begin revealing the list and hope that everyone has as much fun as we have reminiscing about the great accomplishments of these athletes and celebrating Pronghorn Athletics over the years. In addition to the 50 Greatest Pronghorns, an Honourable Mention group was also created to recognize those athletes who achieved greatness at various stages of their athletic careers but who spent minimal time actually competing for the Pronghorns, or for those athletes whose sports were limited by a lack of interuniversity competition or records.

Following is The 50 Greatest Pronghorns (50 through 41):

Hanna, from Picture Butte, was the third member of his family to play at the U of L. He spent three seasons with the Pronghorns, earning first team Canada West all star recognition in 1984 85, and was named the Pronghorn Male Athlete of the Year in 1985.

49 Shyanne Shannon (Women Swimming)

Shannon swam four seasons for the University of Lethbridge during the late 1980s and early 1990s, and is the only Pronghorn female swimmer to medal at the CIAU/CIS nationals, winning two bronze medals.

48 Crystal Patterson (Women Hockey)

A five year member of the Pronghorns women hockey team, Patterson, a goaltender, earned Canada West first team all star recognition in her second season, 2011 12. Her six shutouts that year were the third most in one season in conference history and she was named the Pronghorn Female Athlete of the Year.

47 Shannon Finnie (nee: Frier) (Women Basketball)

Frier, from the Crowsnest Pass, played five seasons with the Pronghorns. She was a second team Canada West all star in 1993 94 and a first team all star in 1994 95. That year, she was named Pronghorn Female Athlete of the Year. She later coached the Horns, winning Canada West Coach of the Year honours in 2001 02.

A five year Pronghorn, Neufeld was a two time Canada West first team all star, in 2001 02 and 2002 03. He also earned Pronghorn Male Athlete of the Year honours in 2002 after a season in which he scored 22 goals and 55 points in 33 games in Canada West play.

45 Donna Branch (nee: Hanna) (Women Basketball)

Hanna played three seasons with the Pronghorns before finishing her university career at the University of Calgary. She was a second team Canada West all star during the 1977 78 season and earned first team honours in 1978 79, the year she was also named Pronghorn Female Athlete of the Year.

O played five seasons with the U of L Pronghorns soccer team, twice earning Canada West all star honours. A walk on who wound up his career as team captain, he finished as the highest scoring fullback in program history. He was also an Academic All Canadian in consecutive years and Canada West Student Athlete of the Year for 2009.

43 Dalton Harding (Men Volleyball)

Harding, from Taber, was a two time Canada West all star during his playing career at the U of L, including the 1983 84 season, when he was a winner of the Male Pronghorn Athlete of the Year award.

42 Lisa DePaoli (Women Volleyball)

DePaoli was named the Pronghorn Female Athlete of the Year in 1984, capping the year she earned first team honours as a Canada West all star. The power hitter was a second team conference all star in 1985 86.

The Honourable Mention group includes curlers Ian Wolsey and Diane Culp. While curling had a limited schedule, Wolsey and Culp crafted reputations as the top male and female curlers of their time while at the U of L. Tom Greenway and Phil Illingworth represented the U of L in judo but made their mark through outstanding international judo careers, representing Canada on numerous occasions abroad. Finally, the influence that both Tim Tollestrup and Phil Tollestrup had on the local basketball scene is undeniable. Their time at the U of L was brief but very impactful.
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The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns women’s basketball team seeks to clinch a Canada West post season berth tonight. at the 1st Choice Savings Centre.

Needing one win, or a Fraser Valley Cascades loss, to earn a playoff spot, the 10 6 Pronghorns hope to do that in front of a packed to the rafters home gym with students under 17 getting into tonight’s game for free.

And if some of that hometown chirping is directed at the home bench, Pronghorns head coach Dave Adams welcomes it.

“It’s literally a dream come true,” said Adams. “I’ll respectfully say that my dream night as a U o f L coach is that there are 2,000 fans in the stands screaming about what an idiot I am because we ran a (certain) play. The people in southern Alberta are passionate about their basketball and their Pronghorns and we’ve really appreciated their patience with our program because we haven’t been to the playoffs for such a long time.”

Standing in the way of the post season are the 11 5 Dinos.

“The team is excited,” said Adams. “It’s time for us to take the next step in the program and get the signature win.

“We were very disappointed about the loss to UBC. We were ahead and we didn’t hold it late. I felt we did the same thing with Calgary in our gym last year as well. That’s part of our growth and our culture. We can beat UBC and we can beat Calgary and we can beat Alberta. We have to get ourselves to the next level where there’s no fear about what the uniform is wearing. It’s just another coloured uniform.”

The Pronghorns will attempt to derail a Dinos team that brings a three game winning streak into tonight’s game.

Lethbridge has the sixth best offence in the conference, averaging 72.5 points per game. The Pronghorns are also ranked third in three point percentage at 33.4 per cent.

The Dinos are ranked third defensively at 57.8 points per game and are third in rebounds with 43.1 rebounds per game.

“Calgary is the most aggressive team defensively in the entire league,” said Adams. “So they come and they want to play downhill, fast, fast, fast, get up, get in your grill, knock you off your passing lanes. So for us, that’s where we talked about the poise and the maturity and courage that you have to stand up to the bravado. You have to stand up with all the chaos that comes with that style of play.”
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