Following their recent headlining Red Rocks Amphitheatre blowout, Lotus has announced their return to Colorado. The five-piece jamtronica outfit will offer up a two-night run at Bellvue’s gorgeous Mishawaka Amphitheatre, set for Friday and Saturday, September 20th and 21st, 2019.Lotus Mishawaka 2018 Recap[Video: Lotus]The quintet’s only other currently scheduled dates at the moment include a show at The Caverns in Pelham, TN, as well as summer festival appearances at Chillicothe, IL’s Summer Camp Music Festival; Stephentown, NY’s Disc Jam Music Festival; Patchogue, NY’s Great South Bay Music Festival, and The Peach Music Festival in Scranton, PA.Single night tickets for Lotus’ upcoming Mishawaka Amphitheatre run go on sale Thursday, May 9th at 10 a.m. (MST) here.Head to the band’s website for ticketing and more information.
=== NORTH BUTLER-CLARKSVILLE2A/170 championship— Spencer Mooberry, Osage vs. Jax Flynn, Solon === OSAGE2A/120 championship match— Nick Fox, Osage vs. Colby Lillegard, Bondurant-Farrar2A-126Cons. Semi – Joe Sullivan (Osage) 52-5 won by decision over Logan Arp (South Tama County) 34-11 (Dec 6-2)3rd Place Match – Joe Sullivan (Osage) 52-5 won by decision over Brock Beck (Grinnell) 44-4 (Dec 3-0)2A-132Cons. Semi – Keegan Scheeler (Center Point- Urbana) 38-4 won by decision over Averee Abben (Osage) 22-3 (Dec 8-4)5th Place Match – Averee Abben (Osage) 22-3 won by fall over Blake Abrahamson (Okoboji – Milford) 33-13 (Fall 1:13)2A-160Cons. Semi – Carson Babcock (NH/TV) 43-4 won by decision over Zach Williams (Osage) 39-8 (Dec 4-3)5th Place Match – Zach Williams (Osage) 39-8 won by decision over Cael Meyer (West Delaware) 33-6 (Dec 4-2)2A/170 championship match — Spencer Mooberry, Osage vs. Jax Flynn, Solon CLASS 1A=== CENTRAL SPRINGS1A/113 championship match— Clayton McDonough, Central Springs vs. Marcel Lopez, New London === HAMPTON-DUMONT-CAL2A-1387th Place Match – Payton Drake (PCM – Monroe) 42-9 won by decision over Carl Barkema (Hampton-Dumont) 43-12 (Dec 7-5) === WEST FORK1A-106Cons. Semi – Dawson Schmit (Wapsie Valley – Fairbank) 36-10 won by fall over Kale Petersen (West Fork – Sheffield) 24-8 (Fall 6:00)5th Place Match – Mikey Baker (West Sioux – Hawarden) 50-2 won by fall over Kale Petersen (West Fork – Sheffield) 24-8 (Fall 1:24) CLASS 2A=== CHARLES CITY2A-182Cons. Semi – Payton Vest (South Tama County) 28-15 won by fall over Caden Collins (Charles City) 33-8 (Fall 3:47)5th Place Match – Caden Collins (Charles City) 33-8 won by major decision over Jacob Reicks (NH/TV) 32-14 (MD 14-5)=== FOREST CITY2A-120Cons. Semi – Dominik Ridout (East Marshall – LeGrand) 38-1 won by major decision over Brock Moore (Forest City) 41-15 (MD 9-0)5th Place Match – Ben Schmitz (Kuemper Catholic) 43-6 won by decision over Brock Moore (Forest City) 41-15 (Dec 7-4)2A-1527th Place Match – Colby Tool (PCM – Monroe) 20-4 won by decision over Kristian Gunderson (Forest City) 42-17 (Dec 3-1)2A-182Cons. Semi – Reese Moore (Forest City) 47-4 won by decision over Jacob Reicks (NH/TV) 32-14 (Dec 12-5)3rd Place Match – Reese Moore (Forest City) 47-4 won by fall over Payton Vest (South Tama County) 28-15 (Fall 0:48) CLASS 3A=== MASON CITY3A-113Cons. Semi – Blaine Frazier (Notre Dame/W.B./Danville) 50-3 won in sudden victory – 1 over Jace Rhodes (Mason City) 38-9 (SV-1 3-1)5th Place Match – Jace Rhodes (Mason City) 38-9 won by major decision over Ethan Wood-Finley (IC High) 27-5 (MD 9-1)3A-126 championship match — Cullan Schriever, Mason City vs. Carson Taylor, Fort Dodge === NORTHWOOD-KENSETT1A-2207th Place Match – Gideon Rollene (Northwood-Kensett) 48-2 won by fall over Luke Mosinski (Audubon) 40-11 (Fall 0:45) Remember to visit our State Wrestling Tournament pageCHAMPIONSHIP MATCH COVERAGE on KRIB & KGLO, kribam.com, kgloam.com starts after the conclusion of both girls regional tournament basketball games === WEST HANCOCK1A-1527th Place Match – Bryer Subject (West Hancock – Britt) 47-18 won in sudden victory – 1 over Nate Monahan (Woodbury Central – Moville) 49-11 (SV-1 9-7)1A/195 championship match — Tate Hagen, West Hancock vs. Cole Clark, Lisbon1A-220Cons. Semi – Tanner Hagen (West Hancock – Britt) 54-10 won by decision over Ethan Allie (Belle Plaine) 43-8 (Dec 7-2)3rd Place Match – Tanner Hagen (West Hancock – Britt) 54-10 won by medical forfeit over Tallen Myers (Southwest Valley) 37-12 (M. For.)1A-285Cons. Semi – Chandler Redenius (West Hancock – Britt) 53-5 won by fall over Isaac Steffans (Postville) 50-6 (Fall 1:19)3rd Place Match – Chandler Redenius (West Hancock – Britt) 53-5 won by fall over Barrett Pitt (Logan-Magnolia) 46-4 (Fall 3:38) === LAKE MILLS1A-152Cons. Semi – Casey Hanson (Lake Mills) 47-8 won by decision over Blake Thomsen (Underwood) 20-5 (Dec 4-0)3rd Place Match – Cael Frost (Don Bosco – Gilbertville) 35-6 won by fall over Casey Hanson (Lake Mills) 47-8 (Fall 2:11)1A-160Cons. Semi – John Ebaugh (Denver) 40-7 won in sudden victory – 1 over Elijah Wagner (Lake Mills) 48-5 (SV-1 5-3)5th Place Match – Elijah Wagner (Lake Mills) 48-5 won by major decision over Blake McAlister (South Central Calhoun) 46-6 (MD 13-2)
A Letterkenny couple are to make a courageous journey to Hungary to help give their little girl a better quality of life.Ray McFeely and partner Bronagh Colhoun will travel to the famous Peto Institute in Budapest later this summer with their little daughter Sarah.Sarah, 3, was born with a rare form of Cerebral Palsy called Dyskinetic. Her condition means that, although she looks like every other mischievous three year old, she cannot do many of the basic things in life.She is dependent on her mum and dad for many of the simple thing such as eating and getting dressed.However Ray and Bronagh, from Carraig Craobh in Creivesmith, are hopeful the month long visit to the Peto Institute will give Sarah a better shot at life.Ray told Donegaldaily.com “They have a different way of looking at things. We known the therapy will be intense but we have to do it to give Sarah all the help we can. “She’s a great little girl and she has smiled through all her darkest days and she has had many of them.“We are so proud of her and we just want to help her have as normal a life as possible,” he said.Although Sarah cannot speak, proud Ray says she has a great Donegal accent and just loves to eat ice cream.The cost of the month long treatment course, known as Conductive Education, at the Peto Institute will cost a total of €6,000.Ray, Bronagh along with their families and friends are now fundraising to gather the money to hopefully travel to Hungary in June or July. “All the treatment will help Sarah is some way. If she could eventually walk on her own then our lives would be fulfilled.“She may never walk like other children but we wouldn’t care about that. We just want to give her every shot at life,” added dad Ray.Anybody who wishes to donate to the couple’s fundraising appeal can log onto www.sarahssmile.com and find the donate section.And take it from us – Sarah really does have a terrific smile. DONEGAL COUPLE PLAN JOURNEY OF HOPE TO GIVE THEIR DAUGHTER A NEW LIFE was last modified: January 19th, 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:Bronagh ColhounMcFeelyPeto InstituteRaySarah McFeely