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Boca Raton tribune
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October 12 October 18, 2018 Number 384 YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR. FOLLOW US ON The Boca Raton Tribune Story on Page 9 Boca Raton Takes a Step to Address Climate Change SPORTS see page 15 Harrison Bryant Named John Mackey National Tight End of the Week By: Michael Demyan The Boca Raton City Council passed a resolution last month meant to urge the United States Congress to take action on climate change. The resolution was passed unanimously by the city council and Mayor Scott Singer gress to take action through promoting and encouraging a reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels. This came after the city council members were pre sented with economic policies meant to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the Citi zens Climate Lobby. COMMUNITY see page 5 City of Boca Raton Launches Pilot Recycling Program with 4Ocean COMMUNITY see page 9 FAU Diplomacy Program Students Attend World Leadership Forum SEND US A PICTURE OF YOU READING THE BOCA RATON TRIBUNE to pictures@bocaratontribune.com See Page 3 for full story PANTHER STRONG 2023: PBSC COMMITS TO INNOVATIVE ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP Chris Gentile reading THE BOCA RATON TRIBUNE

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www.bocaratontribune.com Quote of the Week: Jesus said to them, I am the bread of life; whoever comes to me shall not hunger, and whoever belives in me shall never thirst. John 6:35 INDEX Community News .....p 3 Editorial .....................p 6 Columnists ................p 7 ..................p 19 Sports ........................p 16 The friendly community where friends do business with neighbors. Community Papers of Florida West Boca Chamber of Commerce Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce Independent Free Papers of America Paper Chain Graphic Designer Chris Collura Marketing Andre Heizer Karen Guimaraes News Room Gabe Diaz* Jack Rubin* Bryanna Basilio* Nikki Colonna* Photographers Gabriela Heizer Janis Bucher Marcelo Gabrielli Rosa Cavalcanti Video Andrew Ramey Interns Mail Subscription Mailing Address General Information Boca Raton City Hall 201 West Palmetto Park Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33432 GENERAL INFORMATION (561) 393-7700 EMERGENCY 9-1-1 POLICE DEPARTMENT (561) 368-6201 FIRE DEPARTMENT (561) 982-4000 CITY MANAGERS OFFICE (561) 393-7703 CITY CLERKS OFFICE (561) 393-7740 UTILITY SERVICES (561) 338-7300 RECYCLING (561) 416-3367 PBC ANIMAL CONTROL (561) 276-1344 PARKS & RECREATION (561) 393-7810 MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE (561) 483-5235 BOCA RATON PUBLIC LIBRARY (561) 393-7852 FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY (561) 397-3000 LYNN UNIVERSITY (561) 237-7000 BOCA RATON CITY DIRECTORY COMMUNITY NEWS PAGE TWO The Boca Raton Tribune Boca Beat By: Pedro Heizer Boca Raton Football Club had a special guest at their training this past week. Former NFL wide reciver, Chad Ocho cinco Johnson came out to train with the NPSL team. guest at their training this past week. For mer NFL wide reciver, Chad Ochocinco Johnson came out to train with the NPSL team. Johnson played 11 seasons in the NFL, 10 with the Cincinnati Bengals, and one with the New England Patriots. of all sizes now through October 15th. Please donate new or clean, gently used costumes. No rips, stains or missing pieces. Drop off in The Oaks at Boca Raton (Clint Moore Rd) now until October 15th. Email VijayaLJ@yahoo.com for address and to be ticipate but would like to make a donation towards more costumes, trick or treat bags or our distribution party: https://toucha heartfoundation.org/donate/ on Friday, October 5, 2018. The evening promises to be an extraordinary event where downtown Boca Raton, visiting a variety of venues for dinner by the bite and specialty drinks at each location. whats cooking at the fourth annual Cheri bundi Tart Cherry Boca Raton Bowl Great Spirit Night set for Wednesday, Novem ber 14 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the 19th St., Boca Raton, FL. That is when the areas top restaurant, country club, hotel, cooking school and celebrity chefs and mixologists will once again bring on their fans and raise funds to support Spirit of Givings annual year-end holiday gift drive. to celebrate Jumpstarts 13th annual Read for the Record. This event brings together millions of people across the United States each year to highlight the importance of building early literacy and language skills for every child, so that all children will enter kindergarten prepared to succeed. college card manager, is among 59 profes sionals accepted into the 2018-19 Leader ship Palm Beach County (LPBC) Engage program. grounds returns this fall. The events will run from Oct. 11-13, Oct. 18-20 and Oct. 25-27. Midway hours are from 6 to 11 p.m. (mid night on Fridays and Saturdays). ers attended the event and enjoyed pizza, burgers, wings and more, as well as prizes, clowns and, of course, bowling at Strikes@ Boca. Guests brought 63 pounds of food to donate to the food drive, and the event and their childrens based initiatives. for its vast wealth, one in six residents do not know where their next meal will come from according to the Palm Beach County Food Bank. Since the majority of Palm Beach State College students are residents of the county, they too may be struggling to get enough to eat. To help ensure they have this basic need met, the College has relocated and expanded its food pantry, now called Panthers Pantry. today announced the appointment of KerryCare Physician Network. She specializes in benign and malignant breast disease. this fall by three exhibits that cover a range of topics including sexual assault and its effect on victims. The exhibits, which will Campus and The Gallery at Lake Worth Campus, showcase stories, ideas and percep tions through paintings, drawings, photogra phy, graphic design and more. They are free and open to the public and feature artwork created by PBSC students and community artists.

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for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com COMMUNITY The Boca Raton Tribune Building on a foundation as Palm Beach Countys largest institution of higher education, Palm Beach State Col lege has launched Panther Strong 2023, an aggressive goal of being a nationally recognized leader in advancing student success. For almost 85 years, Palm Beach State has served the needs of the county, as workforce development and lifelong learning. Looking forward, the College has crafted a new strategic plan informed by the countys current and projected high growth rate, the dynamic shifts oc curring in the economy at large, and the challenges of ensuring that students are best prepared to take advantage of new and rewarding career opportunities. Technology innovation, auto mation, globalization, digitization and disruptive technologies will lead to the development of new jobs and a shift in L. Parker, J.D., president of Palm Beach plan is designed to prepare for these shifts and help us to improve in an accel erated way to meet the changing work force needs of our public and private business partners. Skills, Transforming Lives is the newly adopted mantra, which captures the essence of the Panther Strong 2023 com mitments. The mantra was born out of the mission to provide student-centered learning experiences that transform lives and strengthen the community. With the jobless rate at a 12-year low, and baby boomers retiring in droves, the county faces both a shortand long-term labor shortage, especially in middle-skill work strategies to strengthen community con nections, evaluate and align offerings to meet workforce needs, and attract, retain and graduate students in accelerated ways so that they can enter the work force sooner, advance their careers, and increase their earning potential. Seventy-two percent of our students are part-timers who typically take a few classes on their way to earning added. We also are the primary resource middle-skill workers to meet their grow challenges in recruiting, retaining and graduating students at the rate the market to help us meet those challenges head on Success will be monitored and aligned around goals, such as to build stakeholder relationships, grow enroll ment, and boost retention and comple excellence, campus infrastructure, and technology to enhance the student experi ence also will be measured. Ultimately, Prize for Community College Excellence, which would establish the College as an innovative leader in academics on the national stage. We want everyone in Palm role our institution plays in the lives of our residents, community, workforce and economy, Parker said. We embrace it and are committed to playing our role with excellence. Panther Strong 2023: PBSC Commits to Innovative Academic Leadership University recently received a top rating ors. Of the 50 public university honors is one of seven to receive the top rating, sharing the limelight with honors colleges ties, among others. We are thrilled with this rec College sets the standard for honors colleges nationwide, said Ellen Goldey, proach our 20th anniversary next year, we unbridled ambition. has been evaluated by the independent whose evaluation metrics include those established by the National Collegiate John Willingham, editor of full-on-honors, as the College not only offers its own degrees in a broad range of special majors but also provides honorsonly courses to meet the full graduation among the nations honors colleges. annually, and rates all honors program rating with the U.S. News ranking of the university as a whole. Established in 1999, the Wilkes arts and sciences experience to under Campus in Jupiter. FAUs Harriet L. Wilker Honors College Receives Top National Rating

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www.bocaratontribune.com Gallery 22I n t e r n a t i o n a l 320 Esplanade, Stor e 53 Royal Palm Place Boca Raton, FL 33432 T el: 561 347 1677 www .yaacovheller .com Heizer Media Gr oup Exterior/ Interior Commisions Corporate/ Private Installations Sculpture Bronze Lucite Glass Silver Painting Jewelry Gifts & much more Three job fairstwo general will bring 100 or more employers combined to Palm Beach State College campuses in October. Free and open to the public, the fairs will offer job seekers an array of fulland part-time openings to apply for, ranging from entry-level to managerial positions, as well as internships. The Oct. 11 and 16 job fairs, organized by the Career Centers on the Palm Beach Gardens and Boca Raton campuses respectively, will feature em ployers spanning business, government and health care. The Oct. 19 fair on the Lake Worth campus will focus on criminal justice jobs and is sponsored partnership with the National Orga nization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) and the Palm professional attire and bring copies of their rsum. General Job Fair Thursday, Oct. 11 1 4 p.m. Palm Beach Gardens campus BioScience Technology Complex, Room SC 127 3160 PGA Blvd. Fifty employers are expected City of West Palm Beach, Oxford District of Palm Beach County, and or contact Julie Schettenhelm, career center administrative assistant, for more information at 561-207-5350 or email schettej@palmbeachstate.edu. General Job Fair Tuesday, Oct. 16 10 a.m. 1 p.m. Boca Raton campus Humanities & Technology Building, Room HT 103 801 Palm Beach State College Dr. Nearly 40 employers are Trains, First Data, Palm Beach County Beach County Parks and Recreation. View the employer list or contact Shelly Titarahardja, career center administra tive assistant, for more information at 561-862-4325 or email tirtaras@palm beachstate.edu. Criminal Justice Job Fair Thursday, Oct. 19 9 a.m. 2 p.m. Lake Worth Campus Public Safety Conference Center, Room PSD 108 4200 Congress Ave. cies are expected to recruit for law enforcement, corrections, 911 dispatch, crime scene and support positions. District of Palm Beach County and the police departments from Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Coconut Creek, Delray Lakeland, Lauderhill, Manalapan, Mar gate, Miami-Dade, Oceanridge, Or lando, Palm Beach, Polk County, Riviera Beach, Seminole and West Palm Beach (including 911 dispatch). For more information about the Crimi Rodriguez at 561-868-3398 or email rodriga1@palmbeachstate.edu. The Boca Raton Tribune The Boca Raton Tribune is an award winning newspaper with a reach of 50,000 readers a week. With a weekly distribution of 20,000 papers and about 2,000 daily online visits, we are sure to help your business RISE ABOVE THE COMPETITION! CONTACT US FOR YOUR NEXT ADVERTISEMENTat (561) 807-6304 or business@bocaratontribune.comYour Closest NeighborHeizer Media Group Job Fairs to Bring 100 Employers to PBSC Campuses

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www.bocaratontribune.com The Boca Raton Tribune Publisher EDITORIALS & LETTERS Business Our Writers/Reporters and Columnists Editorial Online Edition EDITORIAL By C. Ron Allen By Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr. POSITIVE LIVING world, having received his education in four of them. When he resided in southern California, he wrote a weekly column for the daily Anaheim Bulletin, which was carried for about six years, until A Community Working Together to Promote Literacy is transforming lives around Delray Beach. But their crusade is not from the pulpit or in the pews. taken to the streets to promote family literacy. Recognizing that families play a key role in helping children hone their literacy skills and foster a love of reading beginning at birth, the organiza tion recently convened Family Reading parents with the necessary tools. Greta Britt, founder of United Believers, thinks the home environment is critically important for younger read ers. She maintains that if students do not see people reading in the home, it may be harder to instill the idea of reading for pleasure. portive and understanding parents are critical in developing their childs reading when they are young, chances are they are not likely to do so when they get older. So, it all starts in home. To illustrate the importance of reading, a father and his two children reenacted the reading session he holds in his home at the Sept. 8 event. But what riveted the mes sage was a dramatization where seven Citys diversity held up signs showing the following tips for parents to moti vate and help children develop a love for reading: system that replaced Edline to allow parents, guardians and students to log in and get important information on academics and attendance) engaging, and parents can learn about what goes on in the classroom) United Believers is not alone in For six years, the Delray Beach Education Board has been holding Delray Reads to promote reading at an early age. Each year, in November, more than 250 community leaders and resi dents are dispersed to the local elemen tary schools to read to students for an hour. They also learn how they can help the schools and students. This year the committee se by author and illustrator David Ezra Stein. They will also have a celebrity breakfast. Previous speakers were Ron Fairchild of the National Campaign for Grade-Level Reading, Lynn University and founder of the National Basketball Reading program, Marc Davis, and last -Fame former Miami Dolphin and the winner of the NFL Man of the Year The lesson learned is that when parents, regardless of their socioeconomic status, read with their young children, it increases the likelihood of them developing a love for reading. Use the Life You Still Have! you can read or hear these words, What you face may be unbearable at the moment, you may have lost enthusiasm for any new challenge, and your joy of living may be at an all-time low. Yet, even then, you are still breathing, and something can Just think: as long as there is life in you, some kind of accomplishment different in nature from past activi ties, your lack of strength, or your decreased health may not permit you to tackle certain challenges. strength by positively thinking of something new whereby to make a valid contribution to fellow hu mans, even if in your own mind this exceeds your powers and abilities to deliver. Keep in mind that your capacity to think that your days have ended on earth, is in itself an indication that this is not so. You just need to refo cus and seek wisdom, determining what you can still contribute. Dont think of what you did in years gone by but just on what you can still do for life and in life decreases, on ac count of illness, due to advancing age, diminished abilities, and many additional normal obstructions or previously unknown limitations. Nevertheless, you can still open your eyes each new day, and boldly that can make a positive difference tude of an act, nor the abundance of a deed that will make it sig heart, and its done in the best way will surpass ones expectations. Dont allow any paralysis of thought or action to hinder you in seeing a tive effort to completion. You are still alive and you can do it, with Gods help. So, use creatively the others more good than you can

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for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com COLUMNISTS The Boca Raton Tribune BOCA SOCIETY HAPPENINGS By Charlotte Beasley Upbin at the beautiful new Pompano Beach Cultural Center in Pompano Beach. The Insight for the Blind Benet FAITH By Robert J. Tamasy What factors do you include when establishing the goals you strive to achieve each day? Many business and professional people see goals and outcomes as permanently intertwined. For instance, goals may be expressed in such thinking can become very shortsighted. Max DePree passed away last company for several decades, striving to give everyone in the organization became known for its inclusivity and ership Jazz, DePree observed, Goals and rewards are only parts, different parts, of human activity. When rewards become our goals, we are only pursuing part of our work. Perhaps the titles of two of his other books, Called to Serve, and in Serving Community, offer a clue on what DePree meant about the pitfall of regarding goals and rewards as one and the same. Rewards can take many forms, but typically they are self-serv ing, focused on greater compensation, professional advancement, prestige and power. Or a company may set goals to While such goals are not in trinsically wrong, they can keep us from embracing goals with broader impact and meaning. Such as helping others to grow professionally so they can realize their potential, even if it means moving on to opportunities beyond their cur rent employment. Or casting a vision for the company to become a valued neighbor in the surrounding commu nity. Or developing programs for ad outside of the organization. Those can all result in a sense ily enhance the corporate bottom line suggested, establishing goals apart from desired rewards can ultimately prove to are some principles from Proverbs that address the importance of giving as well as getting: Giving can be very gratifying. Sometimes the act of generosity results in tangible returns at a later time. Or it may simply provide the satisfaction of being of aid to others. One man gives freely, yet gains even more; another withholds unduly, but comes to pov who refreshes others will himself be refreshed (Proverbs 11:24-25). Serving others is an act of ourselves inclined to think, Someone should help those people. Some of those times, it may be us that God is expecting to provide the needed as lends to the Lord, and he will reward him for what he has done (Proverbs 19:17). Setting goals beyond tangible rewards tests the motives. Lines be tween right and wrong can easily blur for goals established solely on the basis of intended rewards. Goals set primar ily for the interests of others help to ways seem right to him, but the Lord weighs the heart (Proverbs 21:2). Setting Goals For More Than Rewards Get FAA approved maintenance training at campuses coast to coast. Job placement assistance. Financial Aid for qualifying students. Military friendly. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance800-481-7894 AIRLINE CAREERS

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www.bocaratontribune.com VOLUNTEERISM IN BOCA RATON By Jay Van Vechten Volunteerism Is Alive And Well In Boca Raton teer annually, representing nearly 25% of all US residents. Together those who volunteer spend 7.9 billion hours helping others. Monetize those efforts and youre looking at an annual commitment of $184 billion in community support. Locally, volunteerism has always been at the heart of Boca Raton, perhaps even more so than in many other cities in Florida or for that fact nationally. Cre line up to help in this town. With more than 60 local charities to choose from, the options for residents to support some thing they believe in are almost endless. One such cause is my own char Beach Bash for People with Disabilities. The Bash celebrated its 10th anniversary largest, free, one day event in the nation cally at Spanish River Park in Boca, this years Bash hosted nearly 6,000 people of all ages and with every imaginable dis ability. Our guests and their caregiv ers are treated to a day of riding private yachts, enjoying a BBQ picnic, playing games based on abilities not disabili ties, and getting to enjoy a concert that celebrates diversity. impossible without the volunteers who the event during the six month plan ning stage. But on the day of the Bash upwards of 400 people of all ages step forward to make this a memorable day every attendee. an accident in 2001. My wife Lowell has a brother who has been institutionalized for 50 years. Together, our commitment to meant dedicating our retirement years to making a difference in the lives of those less fortunate. What about our other committee ered that every member of our team has been touched by a disability, which motivated them to join with us in giving back and helping others who have been similarly impacted by physical or even mental challenges. Their deeply personal reasons, which we hope to share with you in the coming weeks, underscore the fact that disabilities are never far from our own front door. So what has ever moved you to list of possible motivating factors: belief before or would like to start now that you live in our area, think about what interests you and start making calls to organiza tion of time perhaps the most precious ism; Crisis Support; Disabilities; Literacy volunteer opportunities in Boca Raton, check out the listings at bocaguide.com/ volunteer.html. You can also contact the Spirit of Giving Network. The Net works staff will train you in how to vol unteer, while matching your interests and Visit www.spiritofgivingnetwork.com or call 561.385.0144. For information about the Boat abilities visit our website: www.boating beachbash.com. You can also sign up on the website to volunteer at the next Bash, join our Planning Committee, give me a call at 561.715.2622. Work is just getting under way and wed welcome your help. Like us on www .facebook.com/BocaR atonT ribune Florida market. The truck debuted this week and will be making a stop on Friday, pep rally in Boca Raton at 6 pm. The a great idea, said Gonzalez. No one is doing mac and cheese in a food truck in the South Florida market. Given the made sense to take it to the street. The move to the food truck franchise comes one year after launching the franchise division. We want to see our franchised business and franchisees take advantage of new business trends, said Stephen Giordanella, CEO and chairman. We are been a valued member of our team and The food truck will carry the same menu, including the specialty salads and some of the dessert offerings as the brick-and-mortar stores and according to Gonzalez, customers will also be able to custom order as they do in-store. The family-friendly restaurant specializes in custom, build-your-own macaroni and cheese bowls and grilled cheese sandwiches. Diners choose from a variety of pasta or bread, including glu ten-free, along with seven different types of cheeses, vegetables, and seven proteins think meatballs, bacon, ground beef, short ribs and grilled chicken. The truck will have three employees one cashier and two in the kitchen serving up the cheesy bowls the truck will go out every day and night throughout the tri-county area, with a presence at various community events. Weve got several events lined up for Broward and Miami, said Gonza to be big its going to be the next Mc Donalds, he continued. I Heart Mac & Cheese Sells First Food Truck Franchise in South Florida

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for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.com An experience of a lifetime.Diveheart Military Wounded (DMW) DMWs mission based diving philosophy gives veteran participants that purpose again, helping them cope with their New Normal invigorating the spirit and the imagination of each veteran with disabilities. WWW.DIVEHEART.ORG/DONATE 630.964.1983 In just a few short months, Lynns newest building, the Christine E. Lynn University Center, will be bustling with activity. Opening in early 2019, the center will be students new home for socializing, dining and collaborating. Among its gleaming new spaces will be a dining hall, Christines caf, mailroom, living room, campus store, meeting rooms, conference rooms, career center, Social Impact Lab and student affairs of fices. The campus community has looked forward to the centers opening since Oct. 21, 2015, when President Kev in M. Ross announced Mrs. Lynns $15 million challenge gift for the center in his state of the university address. Since then, more than 100 additional donors have contributed to the 65,000-squarefoot center, matching Mrs. Lynns gift. All of our planning, discussions, architectural design and construction are culminating in this magnificent building at the heart of campus, said Gregory J. Malfitano senior vice president for development and administration. Were so grateful to Mrs. Lynn and all our donors for making this center pos sible. Now, just 18 months since the centers April 2017 groundbreaking, the finishing touchesflooring, painting, millwork, furnishings and landscaping are underway. Christine E. Lynn University Center to open in early 2019 By: Michael Demyan The Boca Raton City Council passed a resolution last month meant to urge the United States Congress to take action on climate change. The resolution was passed unanimously by the city council and promoting and encouraging a reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels. This came after the city council members were presented with economic policies meant to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the Citizens Climate Representatives Bipartisan Climate Solu tions Caucus. Council member Monica Mayo tte, who is associated with the Citizens Climate Lobby, brought the resolution forward. She made her stance on climate change well-known while running for the city council seat earlier this year and was Board from 2009-2016. She believes that while climate change is addressed on a larger level, it is important to still make strides on a local level as well. Congress is already exploring efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emis sions through the work of the Bipartisan Climate Solutions Caucus, and as they do their part nationally, well do our part locally, she said. Climate change is not a partisan issue, and we support and encourage the work of the Caucus at the national level. Congressman Ted Deutch, a founding member of the Bipartisan Climate Solutions Caucus, praised the city council for passing the resolution. South Floridians of all political stripes understand the urgent threat climate change poses to our way of life, he said. Thats because rising tides and worsening storms are already affecting of Democrats and Republicans so that we can start the conversation for bipartisan climate action. Congress should follow the lead of Boca Raton and the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Com pact to put science above politics and act now on this growing threat. The resolution follows one that was passed by the Boca Raton City Coun port for the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact. Boca Raton Takes a Step to Address Climate Change Five students in the Leon Char lantic University recently traveled to New York City to attend the Foreign Policy The students were hosted by Lateef and attended a day-long session with foreign policy experts and United Nations dignitaries. This was an amazing opportu nity for our students, said Jeffrey Mor ton, Ph.D., director of the Leon Charney Diplomacy Program. The World Leader ship Forum is one of the foremost public forums on global affairs. named in honor of Leon Charney, who played a key role in the 1978 Camp David dents in world affairs, dispute resolution and debate, and is a unit of the Peace, FAU Diplomacy Program Students Attend World Leadership Forum

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www.bocaratontribune.com SPORTS The Boca Raton Tribune Lynn Universitys 11th-ranked mens soccer team could not overcome a goal minutes into the match and fell 2-0 to rival and 22nd-ranked Barry on Wednesday night. Ro berto Bazzichetto stopped four shots as the loss snapped the Fighting Knights sixgame winning streak. Barry University Defeats Lynn University 2-0 volleyball team used a balanced offen sive attack to sweep Bethune-Cookman in straight sets (25-16, 25-14, 25-13) on Tuesday night. The Owls (14-4) are win also extended its home winning streak to 10 with the victory. wouldnt get any closer, as the Owls won the set 25-16. Set number two saw the Owls create a big cushion behind extended serving runs from Kori Varney, Massiel never seriously threatened in the frame and took a two set to none lead with a Strong serving was once again the catalyst for the Owls to create separa tion in the third set, as Matos had three go ahead 8-2. BCU narrowed the gap to four, 9-5, but the Owls answered with four straight points to foil any hopes of a Wildcat comeback. Owls Dispatch Bethune-Cookman in Straight Sets Club is excited to announce the start of a founded in 1989 by a group of indi viduals who wanted regional soccer to be played at the highest levels possible, cer league in all of Florida today and has grown to be able to manage more sanctioned games per year than any other adult league. The cer League will run every Friday night at Ca loosa Park in Boynton Beach start ing at 7 pm. now, there will be two leagues, a Co-Ed Division, and an Open Division. To participate in the Open Division, one must simply be over the age of 18, to join the Co-Ed Division is the same criteria, however, rules are different. will be combining forces with this stra tegic partnership to give a high level of recreational soccer for adults 18 and up looking for a place to have a social event, and have fun all while playing the game they love. working in conjunction with Boca Raton FC to grow soccer at all levels in our local the Southeast Florida Operations and Director of League Enhancement for Each team will consist of 10-12 players. Registration is $70 per player, which includes 8-10 games. Players wanting to register and do not have a team yet must register here: https://baslopensoccer.wufoo.com/ and want to make your own team, please register here: http://basl. com/teamregistration The only way to register for the league is by going on are a player have a full sure you select the Boynton Beach 7v7 and in the comments section please indi out to you to complete your registration. "We are excited to be able partnerships and we are excited to bring this 7v7 league to the South Florida com munity." Boca Raton FC Forms 7v7 Adult Soccer League Formed in Partnership With BASL

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