The disappearance of Angela Green, a Prairie Village woman, is set to be the focus of a Dateline episode on NBC that will air this Friday.The episode, entitled “Hope Whispers,” is centered on the case of Angela Green, whose disappearance in June, 2019, remains a mystery. The 52-year-old was last seen along the 7600 block of Tomahawk Rd. in Prairie Village.Ellie Green, Angela’s daughter, talks to NBC News’ Keith Morrison about her mother’s disappearance for the Dateline episode. Ellie has maintained she believes her mother died of a stroke in July, 2019, a month after she went missing and after Ellie says her father, Geoffrey Green, told her her mother had been admitted to a mental institution.Inconsistencies in the story she said her father told her about Angela’s death, including that Angela had run away, led Ellie to file a missing person’s report in February, 2020. Although the Prairie Village Police Department has exhausted around 200 leads, Ellie is holding onto hope that her mother is still alive and has made repeated efforts to publicize her mother’s case.“As many possibilities as anyone else can think of, I’ve thought of all those and more,” Ellie told the Shawnee Mission Post earlier this year. “I hope she’s out there, and she’s safe. But the likelihood of that is not super high.”The Dateline episode, which will air at 9 p.m. Central Standard Time on Friday, Oct. 30, will also feature Angela’s niece Michelle Guo.A preview of the episode can be found online here.
Colliers International in Greater Phoenix has appointed Mindy Korth, a top commercial real estate executive with nearly 30 years of experience in the Phoenix market, executive vice president, adding depth to the firm’s investment sales expertise.Korth will drive Colliers’ investment property sales by pinpointing prime business opportunities for clients, developing business strategies and conducting comprehensive sales transactions. She will collaborate closely with other Colliers’ brokers.Korth’s well-rounded expertise includes a keen understanding of all aspects of commercial real estate transactions, location and market intelligence, and loan acquisitions.“Mindy is a team player with extensive transactional skills and outstanding relationships with national clients who have trusted her with major complex deals for years,” said Bob Mulhern, managing director of Colliers. “The recent addition of Mindy and several other talented brokers places Colliers into a robust position for 2014.”Prior to joining Colliers, Korth served as CBRE’s executive vice president of investment properties for 29 years, including 22 years at Trammell Crow Company prior to its merger in 2006 with CBRE, completing transactions valued at more than $2.5 billion and representing more than 18 million square feet.She was part of the top producing Phoenix Trammell team from 1996 to 2003 and in 2005 and 2006. She was a Trammell Top 50 National Producer in 2002, 2003, 2005 and 2006. She has consistently been a CBRE-Phoenix Top 20 Producer since 2007.Korth started her career as a certified public accountant at Deloitte before entering the commercial real estate industry.“I’m excited to jump in and develop a pipeline of investment property sales for our clients,” Korth said. “The opportunity to propel Colliers’ client services platform and work under Bob Mulhern’s dynamic leadership is invigorating.”AZRE magazine named her Big Deal Office Sales Broker in 2012 and People to Know in 2008, 2009 and 2011. NAIOP named her the Investment Broker of the Year in 2003, 2008, 2009 and 2010.Korth is a board member of the Discovery Triangle Development Corporation and Balsz Community Education Foundation. She is the former board chair of Eight/KAET Public Television’s Community Advisory Board and Valley Partnership.She also is a member of Social Venture Partners of Arizona and Arizona Commercial Real Estate Women having served on both boards. Korth is involved with ULI Arizona, NAIOP Arizona and International Council of Shopping Centers. She earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Arizona State University.
Enterprise Market President Liddie MartinezStaff ReportTwo Los Alamos women are named in the Albuquerque Journal “2020 Women in Business” published Tuesday in the Journal.Enterprise Bank & Trust Regional President Liddie Martinez is honored in the Businesswoman in Finance & Banking category and Los Alamos Daily Post Publisher Carol A. Clark in the Businesswoman in Media category.This annual event celebrates the accomplishments of New Mexico’s women business leaders.Los Alamos Daily Post Publisher Carol A. ClarkThe list of this year’s honorees include representatives from industries as wide-ranging as law, medicine, banking and media.Los Alamos Historian Nancy Bartlit nominated both Martinez and Clark for consideration in the “2020 Women in Business”.“This impressive collection of talented, driven and successful professionals is a tribute to how far women have come in the workplace in recent years and decades.”The roles of the women listed here have perhaps never been more important than today, as New Mexico’s economy is taking a battering from the ongoing pandemic. In each of their industries and in each of their roles, this year’s New Mexico Women in Business are part of the way forward – and we’ll need every ounce of drive, ingenuity and passion they have to move past this difficult chapter. –Albuquerque JournalTo view all of the women named in the Albuquerque Journal “2020 Women in Business” click here.
GAME NOTES: Argonauts face West Alabama, West Georgia on the road Ellis Young III leads the Argonauts in scoring averaging 19.0 points per game (photo by Bill Stockland) Share PENSACOLA, Fla. – With a solid .500 start in Gulf South Conference play, the West Florida men’s basketball team will look for wins on the road this weekend against West Alabama and West Georgia to remain in the top half of the GSC standings. The Argonauts face the Tigers Thursday at 7:30 p.m. CT and the Wolves Saturday at 4 p.m. ET. Live Coverage:Stats and video at West AlabamaVideo at West GeorgiaStats at West GeorgiaAudio for both games2012-13 Game Notes:1/9 @ West Alabama, West Georgia 1/2 vs. Shorter, Alabama-Huntsville12/17 vs. St. Mary’s, Central Washington 12/7 @ Montevallo 11/21 vs. Albany State, Tuskegee 11/9 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic, Georgia CollegeBeasley BeastlySenior Terrance Beasley had one of the best weekends of his career against Shorter and Alabama-Huntsville, averaging 25.0 points per game playing an average of 34.5 minutes. He had a career-high 34 points against the No. 3 team in the nation, the Chargers, and sunk a career-best four 3-pointers. He also contributed three assists and three steals. The Pensacola, Fla., native also had a strong outing against Shorter after leading UWF with 16 points as well as seven rebounds, one block and one steal. Connole Assists LeaderDespite his starting as a forward in all but two games this season, senior Peter Connole has been the key to many baskets as the assists leader for the Argonauts. Not even at the halfway point of the season, the Orlando, Fla., native has already collected 40 to average 7.2 per game and is just five shy of surpassing his career mark of 44 set his freshman year. History shows Connole has been strong in assists, averaging 5.9 in 2011-12 and 6.1 in 2009-2010. Connole had a career-high tying seven assists against Shorter this past weekend.Leaders in the GSCAs a team, the Argonauts lead the GSC in offensive rebound percentage with 39.0. Individually, Ellis Young III ranks third in the GSC with 19.0 points per game, and he’s also sixth in the league with a 58.6 field goal percentage. Young actually trails Argonaut teammate Sean Voss in efficiency, as Voss is fourth in the GSC with a 58.7 field goal percentage. Young also tops the stats defensively in blocks with 1.7 per game which ranks third. Another Exciting MeetingThe West Florida and Alabama-Huntsville series has become much more hotly contested over the past couple of seasons, and that proved to be the case once again Saturday when UWF fell by just three points to the No. 3 team in NCAA Division II. Last year the Chargers eliminated the Argonauts from the GSC Tournament on a buzzer-beating 3-pointer, and UWF almost had its chance for revenge Saturday before Beasley rimmed his own 3-point attempt to send the game into overtime with three seconds left. This Week’s OpponentsWest AlabamaThe Tigers are near the bottom of the GSC standings as they have yet to win a GSC contest, sitting 0-3 in league play and 4-6 overall. West Alabama has a winning home record of 4-2, but they have lost four of their five last contests including their most recent home affair against West Georgia. UWF leads the all-time series 19-12 and last defeated them 81-68 in Livingston, Ala. Sandy Underwood leads the Tigers in scoring with 19.2 points per game while Jack Hill averages 7.6 rebounds per game. West GeorgiaCurrently the Wolves rank fourth in the GSC standings by holding a 2-1 league mark and a 5-6 overall record. West Georgia also owns a 4-2 record at home and have won four of their last five in Carrollton, Ga., where they take on in-state foe Valdosta State on Thursday before hosting the Argonauts. West Florida defeated West Georgia in their last meeting of the 2011-12 season 60-57 but trail all-time 17-14. Two Wolves lead UWG overall, Quincy Hill and Sean Boston, who average 12.8 and 12.4 points, respectively.For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. Print Friendly Version
2nd Pat Regan (13) 37pts3rd John McHugh (10) 37ptsB Flight1st Peter Henshaw (19) 39pts2nd Jez Lees (20) 35pts3rd Jim Bell (15) 35pts Near Pins: No 4 Claude Harder, No 9 John McHugh, No 12 Lee Adelly, No 16 Claude Harder.A couple of old vets knotted it up for man of the match: Dave Boran arrived in the ‘Land of Smiles’ just the day before and may have given a glimpse that it was time to again put his name “ on the wall” in the up and coming monthly medal comp with a fine 39 points in the premier flight. Peter ‘the man from Atlantis’ Henshaw matched Dave’s output to take the top spot in B Flight. Co. Dublin’s Pat Reagan followed Dave home as he out-pointed the Golf Club’s big hitting nice guy John McHugh on the inward nine to take the silver.Peter Henshaw (left) and Dave Boran.Jez ‘Lord Lucan’ Lee took the silver in B Flight with a steady 35 points, although he had an amazing four no scores on his card. Jim ‘AK47’ Bell showed little chivalry in winning the count back over the ever green Mike ‘the mechanic’ Craighead.Dave Boran, Pat Regan, Lee Adelly Peter Henshaw, Jim Bell and Claude Harder shared the 2’s pot.Monday, Dec. 24, Greenwood C&A – StablefordA Flight1st J-P Gasser (11) 35pts2nd Peter Hynard (13) 33ptsB Flight1st Lindsay Semple (15) 37pts2nd Colin Davis (17) 35ptsOld friend ‘the man from down-under’ Lindsay Semple was a sight for sore eyes; at least, that is until he spoiled the warm welcome by coming in with the day’s top round and B Flight winning score. Lindsay was also the only player to better his handicap on the day and his 37 points was two clear of ‘the Donkey’.J-P Gasser continues his way to the pay window and his 35 point senior flight winning points insured it was a worthwhile trip. Peter ‘the right honorable’ Hynard crept in to second place with his 33 points.Good old pal Mick Folan lifted the 2’s pot.Every year, Christy Knight invites his friends to his house for a Christmas party and karaoke. Peter ‘the man from Atlantis’ Henshaw was the first to negotiate his way round the pool to give his recital of a Jonny Cash hit “a Boy named Sue”. Ed Delaney predicted that Peter might just fall in the pool as Peter was well and truly sloshed. Peter did not disappoint as he tripped head first in to the deep end. We all agreed the ‘tuna’ we got him out the better, and Peter muttered something about feeling a right tope and he would not return next year to this dive.A great night was rounded off with ‘Broad more’ getting the girls to throw their underwear at him with his interpretation of the Tom Jones hit “Sex bomb” and the scribe’s George Formby masterpiece “when I’m cleaning windows”.Many thanks, to Christy and Mango, for a wonderful night.Wednesday, Dec. 26, Bangpra – StablefordA Flight1st Francis Goyons (9) 35pts2nd Ronnie Wilson (11) 35pts3rd Thierry Petrement (12) 33ptsB Flight1st Tore Eliassen (15) 36pts2nd Mike Jeffreys (19) 35pts3rd Jerry McCarthy (14) 35ptsC Flight1st Mick Coghlan (25) 37pts2nd Barry Oats (25) 32pts3rd Keith McLachlan (21) 30ptsRed & Silver Flight1st Brian Prudden (19) 38pts2nd Nadine Goyons (11) 32ptsBrian Prudden, tired of constantly hearing wife Marlene’s name hailed to the victory podium, put his foot down and shot the best score in the Red and Silver Flight, which also won him the man of the match as he led the guys and girls home. Brian was six strokes clear of Nadine Goyons. Marlene was 2 shots back with a no-counting third place.You can’t fault Ronnie Wilson’s 35 point A Flight return but it was not as favorably distributed as Francis Goyons who made it a family double podium visit. The calculator was on overtime as Thierry Petrement, Dave Shelton and teaching pro Ian Ashendon all vied for the bronze; it finished with Ian and Dave heading for the driving range to sort out the problems.Tore Eliassen led B Flight into the barn with a respectable even par round, bettering three players all a stroke in arrears; Mike Jeffreys, Jerry McCarthy, and the Donkey. The calculator needed new batteries to sort this one out but when the dust had settled it was the Donkey who missed out, but I know no one felt bad about it.Skipping down to C Flight we saw Mick Coghlan return the second best card of the day – a solid 37 points. Barry Oats was a distant second on 35 points, while Kiwi ace Keith McLachlan rounded out the flight a further shot back.J-P Maffray, J-P Gasser and Petai Vetowiem shared the 2’s pot.(Peter ‘the man from Atlantis’ failed to turn out and rumor has it he was trying to improve his diving technique).Friday, Dec. 28, Mountain Shadow – StablefordA Flight (Silky Oak)1st Pat Hanafin (13) 35pts2nd Andy Kelleher (10) 34pts3rd Save Shelton (8) 35ptsB Flight (Silky Oak)1st Brian Prudden (19) 38pts2nd Ed Junger (19) 33pts3rd Mike Jeffreys (19) 22ptsC Flight (Green Valley)1st Geoff Kubas (22) 38pts2nd Sean Murphy (29) 32pts3rd Esara Duangsri (35) 31ptsBrian Prudden continues to amaze as he quickly acclimates to each new flight level. This day was further evidence as Brian garnered 38 points for his co-man of the match B Flight top spot and second win in as many games. Brian’s 38 points was six clear of good friend Ed Junger, as Mike Jeffreys prevailed on count back over the unlucky Jimmy AK47 Bell for third.C Flight was not about to go unnoticed as Geoff ‘Elvis’ Kubas was in fine tune to match Brian’s 38 points for the flight and co-man of the match honours. Sean ‘the Irish rover’ Murphy’s 32 points held up for the silver while Esara Duangsri was a shot in areas of Sean to close the flight.A Flight was led by another from the ‘old sod’, Pat Hanafin, as his 35 points took the podium top spot. Andy Kelleher followed Pat up the podium steps a shot back and Dave Shelton and J-P Maffray went to count back for the bronze; alas to J-P there was no step left for his 32 point effort.Andy Kelleher, Dave Shelton, Rob Mulholland, Jon Haugen and Nial Higgins shared the 2’s pot.Note: Lewiinski’s is situated on Pattaya Land Soi 1, Beach Road Soi 13/3 near to Walking Street. Anyone wishing to play with us just pop in and add your name to the list or call Colin on 089 826 0764. Transport is provided. PSC golf from Lewiinski’s Golf SocietySunday 23 December Green ValleyA Flight1st Dave Boran (14) 39pts
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Thursday April 25th Cortoon Shamrocks VKilkerrin/Clonberne/Killererin in Tuam Stadium at 7pmFriday April 26thDivision1 Football LeagueAnnaghdown V Milltown in Creggs at 7pmDivision5 League (North)Headford V Corofin in Headford at 7.30pmDivision5 League (West)Barna V Killannin in Páirc na bhForbacha at7.30pmDivision6 League (North)Pádraig Pearses V Dunmore MacHales inBallymacward at 7.30pmMonivea-Abbey V Kilconly in Monivea at7.30pmGlinsk V Tuam Stars in Glinsk at 7.30pmDivision6 League (West)Oranmore-Maree V St Michael’s in Oranmoreat 7.30pm Salthill-Knocknacarra V MícheálBreathnach in The Priarie at 7.30pmAn Cheathrú Rua V An Spidéal in Páirc anChathánaigh at 7.30pmDivision7 League (North)Williamstown V Loughrea Gaelic Footballin Williamstown at 7.30pmCaherlistrane V Cortoon Shamrocks atCaherlistrane in Caherlistrane at 7.30pmSt Brendan’s V Killererin in St Brendan’sat 7.30pm Division 8 League (West)Gaeil na Gaillimhe V Fr Griffins/Éire Ógin South Park at 7.30pm Division8B League (North)Mountbellew/Moylough V Glenamaddy inMountbellew at 7.30pmKiltormer V St Gabriel’s in Kiltormer at 7.30pm Minor B1 Football League – NorthSt Mary’s, Athenry V Ballinasloe inAthenry at 7.30pm Saturday April 27thDivision1 Football LeagueMountbellew/Moylough V An Spidéal inMountbellew at 4pmTuam Stars V Corofin in Tuam Stars at 7pmDivision2 Football League At Oughterard, Oughterard V CortoonShamrocks, 7pm, Ref: N Cummins; At Maigh Cuilinn, Moycullen V Claregalway,7pm, Ref: B Kinneavy; AtMervue, St. James V Kilconly, 7pm, Ref: G O Conamha; AtOranmore, Oranmore-Maree V Barna, 7pm, Ref: F Kinneen;Division3 Football League:Dunmore MacHales V Kilkerrin-Clonberne inDunmore at 5pmKillererin V Headford in Barnaderg at 7pmMícheál Breathnach V Naomh Anna, LeitirMóir, At Indreabhán at 7pmDivision4 Football League: Renvyle V St Gabriel’s in Renvyle at 2pm Fr Griffins/Éire Óg V Clifden inCrestwood at 6pmCaltra V Mountbellew/Moylough in Caltraat 6.30pm Division5 League (West)St. James V An Cheathrú Rua in Mervue at 5pmDivision7 League (North)Menlough V Tuam Stars in Menlough at 7pm Division7 League (West): Clifden V Oileáin Árann in Clifden at 1pmCarna Cashel V Oranmore-Maree in Carna at1pmDivision8 League (West)Renvyle V Naomh Anna, Leitir Móir inLetterfrack at 3.30pmKillannin V An Fhairche – Clonbur inKillannin at 7pmDivision8A League (North)Corofin V Annaghdown in Corofin at 7pm Sunday 28 Apr Division1 Football LeagueSt Michael’s V Salthill-Knocknacarra inWestside at 2pmCaherlistrane V Killannin inCaherlistrane at 2.30pmDivision2 Football LeagueOileáin Árann V An Cheathrú Rua in InisMór at 1pmDivision3 Football League:At Monivea, Monivea-Abbey V Corofin inMonivea at 2pmMenlough V An Fhairche – Clonbur inMenlough at 2pmDivision4 Football LeagueGlenamaddy V Williamstown in Glenamaddyat 2pm St Brendan’s V Carna Cashel in Ballygarat 2pmDivision5 League (North) Kilkerrin-Clonberne V Ballinasloe inClonberne at 2pm Annaghdown V St Mary’s, Athenry in Creggsat 2pm Division 5 League (West): Claregalway V Na Piarsaigh in Claregalwayat 1pmSalthill-Knocknacarra V Moycullen in ThePriarie at 4.30pm Division 6 League (West)Oughterard V Naomh Anna, Leitir Móir inOughterard at 1pmDivision7 League (West)Barna V Mícheál Breathnach in Na Forbachaat 1pmDivision8A League (North): Claregalway V Milltown in Claregalway at 3pmMinorA Football League – North CaltraV Corofin in Caltra at 5pmWed 01 May MinorA Football League WestSalthill-Knocknacarra V Barna in ThePriarie at 7pm MinorB Football League – WestAn Spidéal V Naomh Anna, Leitir Móir inAn Spideal at 7pmAn Fhairche – Clonbur V An Cheathrú Ruain Clonbur at 7pmKillannin V Clifden in Killannin at 7pmMícheál Breathnach V Oughterard inIndreabhán at 7pmprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email MinorB2 Football League Final
Sitting in the middle of the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) pack, the Selkirk College Saints have embarked on the second half of the season with one goal in mind.“We need to get ourselves prepared for a playoff run,” says Saints head coach Brent Heaven. “There is only so much we control and that is how we play the game. We can’t worry about what other teams are doing and simply play the game that we have designed for this group. We need to get ourselves in a spot where we can compete in the playoffs and you never know what can happen when you get there.”Over the last few campaigns, the Saints have entered the Winter Semester side of the season as one of the favoured teams to end the year with a championship. With the departure of more than half of last year’s team to transfer schools and careers, this year’s edition of Saints is packed with BCIHL freshmen.With ten games left in the regular season, the stretch drive to the early-March playoffs promises to be more dramatic than ever.The Saints opened the second half of the season in the Lower Mainland on Friday night and were clobbered 9-2 by league leading Trinity Western University. The Selkirk College club rebounded on Saturday with a gritty 2-1 victory that featured 37 saves by second-year goaltender Patrick Zubick. “We were still in holiday-mode and forgot how the Saints play hockey, but we bounced back and played well against Simon Fraser,” says Heaven. “We are now looking to build on that moving forward for the rest of the second half. It all comes down to work ethic and desire to compete, if you want to be successful then you have to work hard for it.”The next test will be this weekend when the University of Victoria Vikes arrive to the West Kootenay for a two-game set on Friday and Saturday night at the Castlegar & District Recreation Centre. Though the Vikes currently sit last in the league with only two wins, a pair of victories is essential if the third place Saints want to establish a comfortable playoff position.“It’s a huge weekend, we want to stay in the middle of the pack and push for home-ice in the playoffs,” says Heaven, who has watched his team put together a 6-5-0-3 record to this point. “Our home record [5-1-0-2] has been strong over the year and we have comfort zone at the Castlegar arena, a lot of that has to do with the great support we get from the crowd. We have to make these home games count.”The Saints will have to strive for success without the team’s first half leading scorer. Lethbridge native Andrew Thompson headed back to Alberta for the holiday break where the Electrical Program student was offered a job that helped further his career and decided to stay. “These young men are here because they are looking to start their careers,” says Heaven. “That’s why they come to school and they need to do what is best for them in terms of taking opportunities when they come up. He was a great player for us, but we are happy that he is getting this opportunity.”Helping fill the offensive void will be former Nelson Leafs forward Sawyer Hunt who returned to the West Kootenay after spending a semester at Calgary’s Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT). The leading scorer for the Leafs last season, Hunt now joins a Saints roster that includes two other forwards who also led their teams in scoring during the 2017-2018 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL) regular season with Edward Lindsey (Castlegar Rebels) and Dylan Heppler (Beaver Valley Nitehawks).“It’s a great opportunity to bring in another local player and we are happy to have Sawyer on the roster for the second half,” says Heaven. “He has not played at a competitive level for a few months, but we’re confident that it won’t take long for him to regain his scoring touch.”The Saints host the University of Victoria Vikes on Friday and Saturday (January 11/12) at the Castlegar & District Recreation Centre with the puck dropping at 7 p.m. both nights. This will be one of only two home weekends of the second half of the season.
Lafayette LIST OF SOUTHLAND TV AFFILIATE PLANS KLAX 31.2 (Me-TV) Altitude 2 WOAI 4.2 (Live Well) Root Sports Southwest Regional Corpus Christi Regional Central Arkansas leads the all-time series 5-3, including a 49-31 win last season in Conway. Louisiana Little Rock-Pine Bluff Florida KTXD 47.1 (Me-TV) Nationally, the Bears and Bearkats can be seen on Fox College Sports Central, Sunday at 5 p.m., Central. A pair of regional networks will carry the game on a delayed basis, as well. The new Root Sports Southwest has it scheduled for Sunday at 6:30 p.m., Central, across its five-state platform. In the Gulf Coast area and beyond, Cox Sports Television will feature the broadcast Monday at 7 p.m., Central. 6:30 p.m., CT, Sunday Baton Rouge KPXJ 21.1 (CW) KPXJ 21.1 (CW) Fayetteville-Fort Smith TAPE-DELAYED COVERAGE Alexandria The Bearkats are looking to claim at least a share of the conference championship with a win against Bears and move to 7-1 in conference and 8-5 overall. The Bears will try to finish their first season under head coach Steve Campbell with a win and keep their postseason hopes alive. UCA is currently 5-2 in conference and 6-5 overall. KIDZ 15.2 (MyNetwork) Waco-Temple-Bryan Online Tulsa Amarillo Randy McIlvoy, sports director at KPRC-TV in Houston, will handle play-by-play duties and will be joined in the booth by color analyst Shea Walker, a former Texas A&M receiver and veteran broadcaster. The sideline reporter will be Brooke Bentley, a sports anchor for KUBE-TV, the Southland affiliate in Houston. KUIL 12.5 (MyNetwork) All Southland TV games will be streamed live and for free on the Southland Digital Network, available via Southland.org/watch and the Southland’s official mobile and tablet app for Apple and Android devices. Coverage is also accessible via ESPN3 at WatchESPN.com and on the WatchESPN application for smart phones, tablets, Xbox, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire, Roku and other devices. WBTR 41 FRISCO, Texas – Central Arkansas and Sam Houston State meet Saturday at Bowers Stadium in Huntsville, Texas, on the Southland Conference Television Network Game of the Week. It is the final matchup of the syndicated network’s 10-game football schedule. Coverage begins at 3 p.m., CT, and will be carried by over 20 affiliates across the region, plus national and online outlets. Tyler-Longview 7 p.m., CT, Monday KVHP 29.2 (CW) Central Arkansas can clinch their fifth consecutive winning season with a win against the Bearkats. The Bears are led by senior quarterback Ryan Howard, who has thrown for 2,045 yards and 19 touchdowns on 173 of 257 passing. Senior wide receiver Dezmin Lewis is Howard’s prime target, hauling in 56 catches for 840 yards and eight touchdowns. Defensively, the Bears rank fifth in the nation in tackles for loss thanks in large part to junior defensive end Jonathan Woodard, a Buck Buchanan Award Watch List candidate. Woodward leads the conference with 18.5 tackles for a loss, including 10.0 sacks, which rank 12th and 15th in the nation, respectively. KMYL 22.2 (MyNetwork) Austin Sam Houston State has won 12 consecutive conference games at home and leads the league in rushing offense with 261.4 yards per game. The Bearkats are led by senior running back Keshawn Hill and sophomore quarterback Jared Johnson. Hill averages 68.8 yards per game rushing while dual-threat quarterback Johnson averages 62.4 yards on the ground and 186.6 yards per game in the air. Defensively, the Bearkats are led by freshman defensive end P.J. Hall, a Jerry Rice Award Watch List candidate. Hall ranks second in the Southland with 18 tackles for loss. He also has six sacks, two blocked kicks, one interception, five pass breakups and one forced fumble. Cox Sports Television Lubbock Southland TV Network Affiliate List San Antonio Cox Channel 3/703 Cox Channel 77/2077 Abilene-Sweetwater 5 p.m., CT, Sunday COVERAGE WILL VARY BY MARKET. SOME WILL AIR GAME LIVE, OTHERS ON DELAY. Oklahoma Texas KCPN 19.2 (MyNetwork) NOTE: KICKOFF MOVED TO 12:30 PM CT DUE TO IMPENDING SEVERE WEATHER. LIVE COVERAGE Cox Channel 3/703 Viewers can visit Southland.org/television for a complete affiliate clearance list, plus a cable and dish channel number guide. For live coverage, the list of Texas markets includes Abilene-Sweetwater on KIDZ (15.2), Amarillo on KCPN (19.2), Austin on KBVO (14.1), Beaumont-Port Arthur on KUIL (12.5), Corpus Christi on KDF (47), Dallas-Fort Worth on KTXD (47.1), El Paso on KVIA (7.2), Houston on KUBE (57.1), Lubbock on KMYL (22.2), San Angelo on KIDY (6.2), San Antonio on WOAI (4.2), Tyler-Longview on KCEB (54.1), and Waco-Temple-Bryan on KCEN (6.2). The list of Louisiana markets includes Alexandria on KLAX (31.2), Baton Rouge on WBTR (41), Lafayette on KLFY (10.2), Lake Charles on KVHP (29.2), New Orleans on WUPL (54.1) and Shreveport on KPXJ (21.1). In Arkansas, fans can find the game in Fayetteville-Fort Smith on the Cox Channel (77/2077), Little Rock on KARZ (42.1) and Texarkana on KPXJ (21.1). Outlets outside the Southland footprint include Altitude 2 in Colorado and surrounding states, plus the Cox Channel (3/703) in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. WJXT (4.2) is the Southland affiliate in Jacksonville, Florida. Nationwide, the game is available live on the ESPN GamePlan pay-per-view package. Lake Charles New Orleans Southland.org/watch, Southland Conference App KLFY 10.2 (Live Well) ESPN GamePlan PPV KIDY 6.2 (MyNetwork) Fox College Sports Central Jacksonville WUPL 54.1 (MyNetwork) Southland Digital Network Beaumont-Port Arthur KBVO 14.1 (MyNetwork) Houston Arkansas Shreveport KCEN 6.2 (Cozi TV) National Texarkana KARZ 42.1 (MyNetwork) WJXT 4.2 (This TV) KDF 47 KUBE 57.1 El Paso ESPN3 WatchESPN.com, WatchESPN App LIVE COVERAGE ALSO AVAILABLE VIA SOUTHLAND.ORG/WATCH, ESPN3, ESPN GAMEPLAN AND ALTITUDE 2. National San Angelo The Southland TV Network is set to complete its seventh season. The first nine games of 2014 were pre-determined, while this week was marked for a wildcard choice, and ultimately the Bears-Bearkats showdown was selected. The network earned its seventh Telly Awards honor this summer, receiving a bronze statuette for live production of last season’s Sam Houston State vs. Southeastern Louisiana matchup. In addition, SLCTV has earned a pair of College Sports Media Award distinctions for live event production. Regional Dallas-Fort Worth KARK (LITTLE ROCK) WILL AIR GAME LIVE. KUBE (HOUSTON) WILL AIR GAME ON DELAY AT 3 PM CT. KVIA 7.2 (CW) KCEB 54.1 Oklahoma City