From the street, it’s quite annusuming it looks like it’s still quite the original worker’s cottage, but as soon as you step inside the house reveals itself over the two levels.“It’s just got that cool factor really,” Mr Croft said. Secret’s out on garden win Auction costs donated to school >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK<< RELATED: The home has the right mix of character and contemporary, warehouse and industrial.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours agoHe said many buyers were attracted to its unassuming street appeal.“The fact that it’s quite unassuming from the street, I know a lot of buyers like that.”“It’s an attractive little house and we’ve seen double the views online, double the people coming through the open homes and people are coming back two or three times.”Mr Croft said the home was a five-minute walk from the restaurants and cafes on Boundary St and a 10-minute walk from South Bank.“You’re surrounded by great schools as well, you’ve got West End Primary School and Brisbane State High just up the road.”The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home has a northfacing backyard with living over two levels. Celeb demolishes $40k bathroom “The owner is an architect, it’s got the right mix of character and contemporary, warehouse and industrial.“From the street, it’s quite annusuming it looks like it’s still quite the original worker’s cottage, but as soon as you step inside the house reveals itself over the two levels.“It’s got the two-storey void out the back and the big industrial style door that opens up … it’s northfacing (and) it’s got great breezes that come through the back of the house.” MORE: Features include polished concrete floors and a brick fireplace with new wood fire combustion heater.There is airconditioning to the bedrooms and a 10,000 litre rainwater tank servicing the toilets, laundry and garden.For the full list of Saturday’s auction properties visit realestate.com.au. Ray White South Brisbane selling principal Luke Croft said more than 70 groups of people had inspected 17 Hove St and expected a few bidders to register in the lead up to the 3pm auction on Saturday, November 24. Other features include original timber and polished concrete floors and a brick fireplace with new wood fire combustion heater. COOL FACTOR: 17 Hove St, West End will go under the hammer this Saturday, November 24, at 3pm.The architect owner of this 1890-built worker’s cottage in Highgate Hill is selling up after nearly 10 years of ownership.
Latest Posts Bio Part 2: When the injury is inside your head, some “don’t get it” – July 26, 2016 Taylor VorthermsSports Editor at The Ellsworth AmericanTaylor Vortherms covers sports in Hancock County. The St. Louis, Missouri native recently graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism and joined The Ellsworth American in 2013. Ellsworth’s Bruce St. Peter drives in for a layup in the team’s 54-52 loss to Calais on Monday at home. St. Peter scored 10 points and grabbed seven rebounds for the Eagles. PHOTO COURTESY OF MICHELLE MAHONEllsworth’s Bryce Harmon drives in for a layup in the team’s 54-52 loss to Calais on Monday at home. PHOTO COURTESY OF MICHELLE MAHONEllsworth’s Cooper Henderson drives in for a layup in the team’s 54-52 loss to Calais on Monday at home. PHOTO COURTESY OF MICHELLE MAHONSumner’s Issiac Christiansen looks for a shot in the team’s 62-54 win over Bucksport on Friday at East Sullivan. PHOTO BY TAYLOR VORTHERMSSumner’s Sam Smith dribbles past Bucksport’s Asher Bowden in Sumner’s 62-54 win on Friday at East Sullivan. Smith finished the game with 16 points, and Bowden scored 13. PHOTO BY TAYLOR VORTHERMS12345PreviousNextELLSWORTH — The Ellsworth boys’ basketball team overcame an 11-point fourth-quarter deficit, but couldn’t pull off a comeback win over Calais on Monday at Katsiaficas Gymnasium.Ellsworth lost the interclass battle 54-52 after Tyler Niles scored with under a minute left in the final period to put Calais up by a point. The Blue Devils made a free throw, then held on to improve their record to 11-2.Calais remains at the top of the Maine Principals Association’s Class C standings.Ellsworth handed Calais its first loss of the season on Dec. 22 in a 78-71 overtime win. But after trailing 46-38 heading into the final period, the Eagles couldn’t close the gap in time to bring the game into an extra period.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textNick Bagley led Ellsworth with 13 points, and Bruce St. Peter contributed 10 points and seven rebounds for the Eagles.Niles paced Calais with 17 points and 11 rebounds, while Kyle Johnson added 10 points, six assists, four rebounds and three steals for the Blue Devils.Ellsworth was scheduled to play last night, Wednesday, at Foxcroft (6-6).Machias 65, DI-S 35At Deer Isle, Jared Gove led Deer Isle-Stonington with 12 points in the Mariners’ Monday night loss to Machias.Jordan Grant led Machias with 19 points.DI-S (2-13) will host Bucksport (5-8) on Friday.Searsport 46, Sumner 37Sumner’s Max Eklund and Sam Smith each scored nine points for the Tigers in their Monday night loss at Searsport.Searsport’s Barrett Grant led the Vikings, and Troy Reynolds chipped in with 13.The Vikings sealed the game in the fourth quarter by going 10-for-12 from the foul line.Sumner (5-8) will host Narraguagus (5-7) on Friday.Hermon 65, MDI 61At Hermon, Tyler Beaton scored a game-high 24 points to lead the Hawks past Mount Desert Island on Monday.James O’Donnell paced MDI with 16 points while Aaron Snurkowski and Riley Swanson each contributed 12 points.MDI (4-9) will host Caribou (8-4) on Friday.Shead 47, DI-S 34At Eastport, Greg Jarrett scored 14 of his 16 points in the first quarter to lead Shead to victory over Deer Isle-Stonington on Saturday.Jared Gove led the Mariners with 11 points.Sumner 62, Bucksport 54At East Sullivan, Sam Smith led Sumner with 16 points to pace the Tigers to their win over Bucksport on Friday.Sumner’s Alex O’Hara contributed 13 points while Max Eklund and Issaic Christainsen each had 11.For Bucksport, Tyler Pye led the way with 15 points, and Asher Bowden had 13 points.WA 75, MDI 57At East Machias, Gage Feeney poured in a game-high 33 points, and Austin Seavey added 26 to propel Washington Academy to victory over MDI on Thursday.Aaron Snurkowski led MDI with 15 points, and Riley Swanson had 12. Russell Kropff grabbed 11 rebounds for the Trojans.GSA 51, Sumner 46At East Sullivan, GSA’s Jarred Chase led the Eagles with 16 points to their ninth win of the season over the Sumner Tigers on Thursday.Kelsey Allen and Taylor Schildroth netted 13 points each for GSA.Sam Smith sparked Sumner with 13 points, and Alex O’Hara tallied 11 points.GSA (9-3) will play at Washington Academy (10-4) on Friday.Bangor Christian 63, DI-S 38At Deer Isle, Seth Pearson led all scorers with 27 points to help Bangor Christian roll past the Deer Isle-Stonington Mariners on Thursday. Pearson scored his 1,000th point in the game.Mason Oliver led the Mariners with 10 points.GSA 59, Piscataquis 37At Blue Hill, the GSA Eagles beat Piscataquis with defense on Wednesday.Taylor Schildroth led the Eagles with 22 points, and Kelsey Allen contributed 15.Foxcroft 62, MDI 53Hunter Smith poured in a game-high 33 points to lead Foxcroft Academy to the win at MDI on Wednesday.Graham Good led MDI with 15 points, and Aaron Snurkowski tallied 11. EHS names new boys’ soccer coach – July 13, 2016 Latest posts by Taylor Vortherms (see all) Part 1: Invisible, incapacitating concussions are sidelining high school athletes – July 19, 2016
Intersecting this meet-you-halfway approach is an uptick in the athleticism of wide receivers, a product of the multiple-receiver sets now the norm all the way down to youth football.“I think in today’s day and age where these guys were starting 7-on-7, it’s almost like AAU basketball,” Packers GM Brian Gutekunst said. “The receivers are so much more advanced in terms of their fundamentals coming into college and the league than maybe they have been in the past. It’s really just the NFL offense that will take time. “So I think there’s some guys sitting here today that I think will have a chance to make a pretty immediate impact, and I’m excited about that.”Washington Redskins coach Ron Rivera said today’s prospects are primed for the pro game as never before. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe upcoming NFL draft features a tantalizing class of wide receivers expected to make an immediate impact as rookies.It’s a tall task even for an exceptionally deep group that’s expected to produce up to a half dozen first-round picks Thursday night. Receivers face one of the hardest adjustments to the pros because they have to absorb a monster playbook, beat press coverage and elude D-backs who are quicker, stronger and savvier. Associated Press Sometimes the gamble pays off; sometimes it doesn’t.“One of the things that makes it tough to evaluate is that there’s so much difference playing at the National Football League level because of all the defenses we see and all the adjustments they have to make,” said long-time talent evaluation expert Gil Brandt, a Pro Football Hall of Famer.Quarterback is the only position with a steeper learning curve, Brandt suggested.“These guys have to do a lot more things in the NFL as far as adjustments — and do it quickly,” he said. “And the other thing is separation. There’s a lot of guys that can run fast but they can’t separate.”Mark Dominik, a SiriusXM NFL Radio host and former Buccaneers general manager, said receivers go from facing “18-, 19- and 20-year-old young men who aren’t as strong or as physical as they’re going to end up being” to “going up against a 29-year-old man and it’s a huge difference. “I think that’s why you see receivers bust, just because of the different player they’re going against.”That is starting to change, however.Teams are more willing than ever to bypass the old wait-and-watch standby for a plug-and-play approach with bigger, faster, quicker pass-catchers coming out. Calvin Ridley and D.J. Moore made big splashes in 2018, followed by Deebo Samuel, DK Metcalf, Marquise Brown, Terry McLaurin and A.J. Brown, who wasted no time establishing their credentials last season.“Last year was a good year in terms of a bunch of rookies coming in and having a lot of success, but if you look over the last several years, that second- and third-round receiver group has arguably been better than the first-round group,” said NFL draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah. Deep receiver class faces high hopes for immediate impact Top-end receivers this year include Colorado’s Laviska Shenault, Alabama’s Jerry Jeudy and Henry Ruggs III, Oklahoma’s CeeDee Lamb, LSU’s Justin Jefferson, Arizona State’s Brandon Aiyuk and Clemson’s Tee Higgins.“This receivers’ class is honestly unbelievable in my eyes,” Lamb said. “You can’t really go wrong with anybody you draft” in any round. “You’re going to get a great pick.”Whether in search of a crisp route-runner, a deep threat, a fearless player going over the middle or even taking the direct snap, there’s someone for everyone in this year’s draft.“I think this class is going to do great things,” Shenault said.Right from the start, no less. ___Follow Arnie Melendrez Stapleton on Twitter: http://twitter.com/arniestapleton___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 “The challenge in scouting the position is it’s almost like two different games for college and the NFL in terms of what routes you’re asked to run, which are very limited at the college level,” Jeremiah said. “You watch a college game on Saturday you’re going to see a bunch of slants, hitches and go’s. It’s very limited in terms of what they ask them to do, very limited in terms of them having to read coverage and sight-adjust their routes. They don’t see very much press coverage.”Reading and reacting to coverage and keeping defenders from knocking them off their routes can prove difficult even for receivers who dominated college competition.“There’s just a lot of adjustment there, but I give the NFL credit,” Jeremiah said. “I think the last couple of years we’re seeing the NFL be a little smarter with the transition period for these guys and figuring out ways they can get them on fly sweeps or bubble screens and just get the ball in their hands and let them make plays, simplifying it a little bit while they’re young before they can grow and evolve into everything you want them to be.”Jeremiah said last season in particular provided “the blueprint to get these guys on the field and improve that track record at the position.” April 19, 2020