By Paul LeckerSports ReporterThe brackets for the upcoming 2104 WIAA state girls volleyball playoffs were revealed Thursday.Regional quarterfinals in Divisions 2, 3 and 4 will be held Tuesday, Oct. 21. Regional semifinals in all four divisions are set for Thursday, Oct. 23, and regional finals are on Saturday, Oct. 25.Sectionals will be held Oct. 30 and Nov. 1, with the survivors earning a spot at the 2014 WIAA State Girls Volleyball Championships at Resch Center in Green Bay on Nov. 6-8.Locally, Marshfield is the No. 8 seed in the Division 1 Sectional 1 bracket and will host No. 9 Hudson in a regional semifinal next Thursday. The winner plays at No. 1 seed Eau Claire Memorial in a regional final on Oct. 25.In Division 3, Spencer and Auburndale are the top two seeds in the same quarter of the Sectional 2 bracket.No. 1 Spencer hosts No. 8 Lincoln and No. 2 Auburndale will be at home against No. 7 Necedah in regional quarterfinals on Tuesday.Stratford is the No. 5 seed in the another Sectional 2 bracket and will play at No. 4 Cadott in a regional quarterfinal Tuesday.Marshfield Columbus Catholic earned a No. 5 seed in the Division 4 Sectional 2 bracket and will open with a regional quarterfinal at No. 4 Prentice next Tuesday.All matches start at 7 p.m.Here is a look at the entire state regional pairings:2014 WIAA State Girls Volleyball PlayoffsDivision 1Sectional 1Regional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 1 Eau Claire Memorial byeNo. 9 Hudson at No. 8 MarshfieldNo. 12 Wausau West at No. 5 River FallsNo. 13 Wausau East at No. 4 D.C. EverestNo. 14 Wisconsin Rapids at No. 3 Chippewa FallsNo. 11 Menomonie at No. 6 Stevens PointNo. 10 Superior at No. 7 Eau Claire NorthNo. 2 Merrill byeSectional 5Regional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 1 Mukwonago byeNo. 9 Sussex Hamilton at No. 8 Waukesha WestNo. 12 Port Washington at No. 5 Menomonee FallsNo. 13 Waukesha North at No. 4 Hartland ArrowheadNo. 11 Waukesha South at No. 6 GermantownNo. 10 Kettle Moraine at No. 7 Mequon HomesteadNo. 15 Milwaukee Vincent at No. 2 OconomowocSectional 2Regional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 1 Kimberly byeNo. 9 Pulaski at No. 8 Bay PortNo. 12 Appleton West at No. 5 KaukaunaNo. 13 Green Bay East at No. 4 De PereNo. 14 Green Bay West at No. 3 Appleton NorthNo. 11 Green Bay Southwest at No. 6 HortonvilleNo. 10 Ashwaubenon at No. 7 Green Bay PrebleNo. 2 Appleton East byeSectional 8Regional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 1 Milwaukee Divine Savior Holy Angels byeNo. 9 Milwaukee King at No. 8 Wauwatosa EastNo. 12 Milwaukee Bay View/Lifelong Learning at No. 5 Wauwatosa WestNo. 13 Milwaukee South at No. 4 Glendale NicoletNo. 14 Milwaukee Bradley at No. 3 Brookfield CentralNo. 11 Milwaukee Pulaski/Arts at No. 6 Milwaukee Pius XINo. 10 Milwaukee Riverside at No. 7 Whitefish BayNo. 15 Milwaukee Washington/Science/Career Tech at No. 2 Brookfield EastSectional 3Regional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 1 DeForest byeNo. 9 Madison Memorial at No. 8 Monona GroveNo. 12 Madison West at No. 5 MiddletonNo. 13 Tomah at No. 4 WaunakeeNo. 14 Madison La Follette at No. 3 Sun PrairieNo. 11 Holmen at No. 6 La Crosse CentralNo. 10 Onalaska at No. 7 BarabooNo. 15 Madison East at No. 2 VeronaSectional 7Regional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 1 Greendale byeNo. 9 West Allis Central at No. 8 Oak CreekNo. 12 Racine Park at No. 5 Racine HorlickNo. 13 Milwaukee Reagan at No. 4 GreenfieldNo. 14 Milwaukee Hamilton at No. 3 Union GroveNo. 11 Racine Case at No. 6 FranklinNo. 10 South Milwaukee at No. 7 West Allis HaleNo. 2 Muskego byeSectional 4Regional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 1 Manitowoc byeNo. 9 Slinger at No. 8 Fond du LacNo. 12 Sheboygan South at No. 5 West Bend WestNo. 13 Oshkosh North at No. 4 Oshkosh WestNo. 14 Menasha at No. 3 West Bend EastNo. 11 Sheboygan North at No. 6 CedarburgNo. 10 Beaver Dam at No. 7 HartfordNo. 2 Neenah byeSectional 6Regional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 1 Burlington byeNo. 9 Oregon at No. 8 Kenosha Indian TrailNo. 12 Kenosha Bradford at No. 5 Janesville CraigNo. 13 Stoughton at No. 4 Fort AtkinsonNo. 14 Wilmot at No. 3 Westosha CentralNo. 11 Janesville Parker at No. 6 MiltonNo. 10 Lake Geneva Badger at No. 7 WaterfordNo. 15 Beloit Memorial at No. 2 Kenosha TremperDivision 2Sectional 1Regional quarterfinals, Oct. 23No. 1 Barron byeNo. 5 Northwestern at No. 4 Rice LakeNo. 6 Amery at No. 3 HaywardNo. 7 Spooner at No. 2 AshlandNo. 1 Prescott byeNo. 5 Somerset at No. 4 New RichmondNo. 6 Ellsworth at No. 3 Baldwin-WoodvilleNo. 7 St. Croix Central at No. 2 OsceolaNo. 8 Lakeland at No. 1 TomahawkNo. 5 Medford at No. 4 AntigoNo. 6 Rhinelander at No. 3 Northland PinesNo. 7 Wittenberg-Birnamwood at No. 2 MosineeNo. 1 Altoona byeNo. 5 La Crosse Logan at No. 4 Black River FallsNo. 6 Sparta at No. 3 Gale-Ettrick-TrempealeauNo. 7 Nekoosa at No. 2 West SalemSectional 2Regional quarterfinals, Oct. 23No. 1 Green Bay Notre Dame byeNo. 5 Clintonville at No. 4 ShawanoNo. 6 Peshtigo at No. 3 Oconto FallsNo. 7 Marinette at No. 2 SeymourNo. 1 Luxemburg-Casco byeNo. 5 Southern Door at No. 4 West De PereNo. 6 Sturgeon Bay at No. 3 WrightstownNo. 7 Two Rivers at No. 2 DenmarkNo. 1 Waupun byeNo. 9 New London at No. 8 FreedomNo. 12 Lomira at No. 5 WaupacaNo. 13 Omro at No. 4 WinneconneNo. 14 North Fond du Lac at No. 3 Fox Valley LutheranNo. 11 Ripon at No. 6 BerlinNo. 10 Wautoma at No. 7 Little ChuteNo. 2 Appleton Xavier byeSectional 3Regional quarterfinals, Oct. 23No. 8 Viroqua at No. 1 Sauk PrairieNo. 5 Lodi at No. 4 Adams-FrinedshipNo. 6 Reedsburg at No. 3 PortageNo. 7 Mauston at No. 2 Wisconsin DellsNo. 1 River Valley byeNo. 5 Richland Center at No. 4 Prairie du ChienNo. 6 Dodgeville at No. 3 Madison EdgewoodNo. 7 Mount Horeb at No. 2 PlattevilleNo. 1 Lakeside Lutheran byeNo. 5 Lake Mills at No. 4 Watertown Luther PrepNo. 6 Columbus at No. 3 McFarlandNo. 7 Marshall at No. 2 JeffersonNo. 8 Monroe at No. 1 EdgertonNo. 5 Clinton at No. 4 EvansvilleNo. 6 Beloit Turner at No. 3 Big FootNo. 7 Whitewater at No. 2 Delavan-DarienSectional 4Regional quarterfinals, Oct. 23No. 1 Sheboygan Falls byeNo. 5 Kiel at No. 4 ChiltonNo. 6 Mayville at No. 3 PlymouthNo. 7 Kewaskum at No. 2 CampbellsportNo. 1 Kettle Moraine Lutheran byeNo. 5 University School of Milwaukee at No. 4 Brown DeerNo. 6 Milwaukee Languages at No. 3 Milwaukee LuthearnNo. 7 Milwaukee Morse-Marshall at No. 2 GraftonNo. 8 Milwaukee Messmer at No. 1 Waukesha Catholic MemorialNo. 5 Pewaukee at No. 4 Wisconsin LutheranNo. 6 New Berlin West at No. 3 ShorewoodNo. 7 Milwaukee Tenor/Veritas at No. 2 New Berlin EisenhowerNo. 1 East Troy byeNo. 5 Elkhorn at No. 4 CudahyNo. 6 St. Francis at No. 3 Milwaukee St. Thomas MoreNo. 7 Milwaukee St. Anthony at No. 2 WhitnallDivision 3Sectional 1Regional quarterfinals, Oct. 23No. 8 Chetek-Weyerhaeuser at No. 1 CameronNo. 5 Flambeau at No. 4 HurleyNo. 6 Chequamegon at No. 3 BloomerNo. 7 Ladysmith at No. 2 PhillipsNo. 8 Glenwood City at No. 1 ColfaxNo. 5 Unity at No. 4 BoycevilleNo. 6 Cumberland at No. 3 WebsterNo. 7 St. Croix Falls at No. 2 GrantsburgNo. 8 Durand at No. 1 Fall CreekNo. 5 Mondovi at No. 4 Spring ValleyNo. 6 Osseo-Fairchild at No. 3 Elk MoundNo. 7 Augusta at No. 2 Eau Claire RegisNo. 8 Melrose-Mindoro at No. 1 ArcadiaNo. 5 Brookwood at No. 4 WestbyNo. 6 Whitehall at No. 3 Cochrane-Fountain CityNo. 7 Onalaska Luther at No. 2 La Crosse AquinasSectional 2Regional quarterfinals, Oct. 23No. 1 Bonduel byeNo. 5 Crivitz at No. 4 ColemanNo. 6 Crandon at No. 3 OcontoNo. 7 Menominee Indian at No. 2 Wabeno/LaonaNo. 8 Manawa at No. 1 Oshkosh LourdesNo. 5 Shiocton at No. 4 Iola-ScandinaviaNo. 6 Neenah St. Mary Central at No. 3 RosholtNo. 7 Amherst at No. 2 Weyauwega-FremontNo. 8 Thorp at No. 1 MarathonNo. 5 Stratford at No. 4 CadottNo. 6 Edgar at No. 3 AthensNo. 7 Colby at No. 2 Stanley-BoydNo. 8 Lincoln at No. 1 SpencerNo. 5 Loyal/Granton at No. 4 NeillsvilleNo. 6 New Lisbon at No. 3 Stevens Point PacelliNo. 7 Necedah at No. 2 AuburndaleSectional 3Regional quarterfinals, Oct. 23No. 1 Wisconsin Heights byeNo. 5 Fennimore at No. 4 Iowa-GrantNo. 6 Lancaster at No. 3 RiverdaleNo. 7 Boscobel at No. 2 Mineral PointNo. 1 Cuba City byeNo. 5 New Glarus at No. 4 BellevilleNo. 6 Darlington at No. 3 ParkviewNo. 2 Brodhead byeNo. 8 Winnebago Lutheran at No. 1 Fond du Lac St. Mary’s SpringsNo. 5 Princeton/Green Lake at No. 4 WestfieldNo. 6 Pardeeville at No. 3 LaconiaNo. 7 Montello at No. 2 MarkesanNo. 1 Waterloo byeNo. 5 Horicon at No. 4 DodgevilleNo. 6 Palmyra-Eagle at No. 3 CambridgeNo. 7 Poynette at No. 2 DeerfieldSectional 4Regional quarterfinals, Oct. 23No. 8 Mishicot at No. 1 Manitowoc LutheranNo. 5 Brillion at No. 4 ReedsvilleNo. 6 Kewaunee at No. 3 GibraltarNo. 7 Manitowoc Roncalli at No. 2 AlgomaNo. 1 Howards Grove byeNo. 5 Cedar Grove-Belgium at No. 4 New HolsteinNo. 6 Valders at No. 3 Random LakeNo. 7 Kohler at No. 2 OostburgNo. 1 Lake Country Lutheran byeNo. 9 Ozaukee at No. 8 Glendale Martin LutherNo. 12 Eastbrook Academy/Hope Academy at No. 5 Shoreland LutheranNo. 13 Milwaukee Carmen at No. 4 Kenosha St. JosephNo. 3 Kenosha Christian LifeNo. 11 Whitefish Bay Dominican at No. 6 Racine LutheranNo. 10 The Prairie School at No. 7 Brookfield AcademyNo. 2 Racine St. Catherine’s byeDivision 4Sectional 1Regional quarterfinals, Oct. 23No. 1 Washburn byeNo. 5 Bayfield at No. 4 South ShoreNo. 6 Solon Springs at No. 3 MellenNo. 7 Drummond at No. 2 MercerNo. 1 Winter byeNo. 5 Lac Courte Oreilles at No. 4 NorthwoodNo. 6 Birchwood at No. 3 Shell LakeNo. 7 Butternut at No. 2 SirenNo. 1 Luck byeNo. 5 Frederic at No. 4 Prairie FarmNo. 6 Clear Lake at No. 3 Turtle LakeNo. 7 Elmwood at No. 2 ClaytonNo. 8 New Auburn at No. 1 Chippewa Falls McDonellNo. 5 Bruce at No. 4 Owen-WitheeNo. 6 Gilman at No. 3 Lake HolcombeNo. 7 Cornell at No. 2 Eau Claire Immanuel LutheranSectional 2Regional quarterfinals, Oct. 23No. 8 Wisconsin Valley Lutheran at No. 1 Wausau Newman CatholicNo. 5 Marshfield Columbus Catholic at No. 4 PrenticeNo. 6 Rib Lake at No. 3 GreenwoodNo. 7 Northland Lutheran at No. 2 AbbotsfordNo. 8 Marion at No. 1 Wild RoseNo. 5 Tigerton at No. 4 Port EdwardsNo. 6 Pittsville at No. 3 Tri-CountyNo. 7 Almond-Bancroft at No. 2 Wisconsin Rapids AssumptionNo. 8 White Lake at No. 1 NiagaraNo. 5 Pembine/Goodman at No. 4 Three LakesNo. 6 Wausaukee at No. 3 ElchoNo. 7 Phelps at No. 2 FlorenceNo. 1 Suring byeNo. 5 Lena at No. 4 GillettNo. 6 St. Thomas Aquinas at No. 3 GreshamNo. 7 Oneida Nation at No. 2 BowlerSectional 3Regional quarterfinals, Oct. 23No. 1 Plum City byeNo. 5 Gilmanton at No. 4 Blair-TaylorNo. 6 Independence at No. 3 PepinNo. 7 Eleva-Strum at No. 2 AlmaNo. 8 Weston at No. 1 RoyallNo. 5 Bangor at No. 4 Wonewoc-CenterNo. 6 La Farge at No. 3 CashtonNo. 7 Kickapoo at No. 2 HillsboroNo. 8 Wauzeka-Steuben at No. 1 North CrawfordNo. 5 Ithaca at No. 4 HighlandNo. 6 Cassville at No. 3 SenecaNo. 7 De Soto at No. 2 River RidgeNo. 8 Pecatonica at No. 1 SouthwesternNo. 5 Benton at No. 4 BelmontNo. 6 Barneveld at No. 3 ArgyleNo. 7 Shullsburg at No. 2 PotosiSectional 4Regional quarterfinals, Oct. 23No. 8 Stockbridge at No. 1 HilbertNo. 5 Sevastopol at No. 4 Sheboygan ChristianNo. 6 Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah at No. 3 Sheboygan LutheranNo. 7 Oshkosh Valley Christian at No. 2 Green Bay NEW LutheranNo. 1 Waupun Central Wisconsin Christian byeNo. 5 Oakfield at No. 4 University LakeNo. 6 Milwaukee Salam at No. 3 Living Word LuthearnNo. 7 Milwaukee Juneau at No. 2 Milwaukee Heritage ChristianNo. 8 Rio at No. 1 HustisfordNo. 5 Cambria-Friesland at No. 4 Abundant Life Christian/Madison Country DayNo. 6 Johnson Creek at No. 3 RandolphNo. 7 Wayland Academy at No. 2 Fall RiverNo. 1 Monticello byeNo. 5 Faith Christian at No. 4 JudaNo. 6 Black Hawk at No. 3 Williams BayNo. 7 Albany at No. 2 Burlington Catholic Central(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com).
Now that Facebook allows developers to store data for more than 24 hours, social media analytics firms like Sysomos are finally able to include public updates from Facebook users in their databases. Sysomos began surfacing this data on some of its customers’ accounts yesterday and plans to roll these new features out to the rest of its users soon. Given the size of Facebook’s user base, being able to analyze this data will be a major boon for anybody who is interested in tracking these kinds of updates. Tags:#Facebook#news#privacy#web Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… frederic lardinois Related Posts Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Sysomos already allowed its users to search and analyze Facebook fan pages and groups for the last few months through its MAP analytics tool. The company now also includes these updates in Heartbeat, Sysomos’ social media monitoring tool. Sysomos’ integration of the Open Graph API will surface all the activity that has been made public by a user, including status updates and public wall posts. Thanks to Sysomos’ new ability to analyze and search public Facebook updates, we were, for example, able to track the backlash against Facebook’s “instant personalization.” According to Sysomos, only about 15% of the public updates about this topic were positive.Are Facebook Users Aware that their Updates Will Live a Second Life in Social Media Analytics Tools?Sysomos, of course, only pulls in public updates, but we have to wonder if most Facebook users are aware that their updates will end up in the vast data repositories of firms like Sysomos and Radian6. Given the current backlash against what some users perceive as an invasion of their privacy by Facebook, it will be interesting to see how Facebook users will react to this. A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Solskjaer: De Gea can be Man Utd’s greatest everby Paul Vegas9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes David de Gea is capable of going onto become the club’s greatest ever.United keeper de Gea made ELEVEN saves to single-handedly deny Tottenham at Wembley and Solskjaer put him alongside Edwin van der Sar and Peter Schmeichel.Solskjaer, who enjoyed his sixth straight win as caretaker boss, said: “He is the best keeper in the world. We’ve had some great goalkeepers and he’s challenging Edwin and Peter for the No 1 spot historically.“He had one (brilliant game) against Arsenal last year. He should’ve held a few of them! One or two fantastic saves and the rest of it was about concentration. “Team spirit is the first thing. Second is we can defend. (Phil) Jones and Victor (Lindelof) were fantastic. We’ve got the best goalkeeper in the world. We’ve got blistering pace. It’s a fantastic goal – it’s hard to do that, you know. It’s a well-struck finish.”
Liverpool captain Henderson impressed by Mountby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool captain Jordan Henderson says Mason Mount has the mentality to succeed at Chelsea.Henderson could come up against his compatriot when Chelsea host the Premier League leaders at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.He told Sky Sports: “They’ve got huge potential with the likes of Mason already training for England, I can see he’s got the right mentality to play football.”Technically he’s very good. Everyone can see that he’s hungry to be a very good player and is a very exciting prospect. He’s started the season very well along with Tammy [Abraham].”They haven’t had a couple of results go their way, with the Sheffield United game and Valencia, but in terms of the way they’re playing I can definitely see an improvement.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
Twitter/@SEC_ChuckSEC Media Days kick off next Monday in Hoover, Ala., and the league has announced the three players from every program that will be in attendance.SEC Media Days student-athlete attendees announced https://t.co/e42R6125bB— SEC (@SEC) July 6, 2016The full list:Alabama:Jonathan Allen, Senior, DL O.J. Howard, Senior, TE Eddie Jackson, Senior, DBArkansas:Brooks Ellis, Senior, LB Jeremy Sprinkle, Senior, TE Deatrich Wise Jr., Senior, DLAuburn:Montravious Adams, Senior, DL Marcus Davis, Senior, WR Carl Lawson, Junior, DLFlorida: Jarrad Davis, Senior, LB Marcus Maye, Senior, DB David Sharpe, Junior, OLGeorgia:Jeb Blazevich, Junior, TE Brandon Kublanow, Senior, OL Dominick Sanders, Junior, SSKentucky:Jojo Kemp, Senior, RB Courtney Love, Junior, LB Jon Toth, Senior, CLSU:Leonard Fournette, Junior, RB Ethan Pocic, Senior, C Tre’Davious White, Senior, DBOle Miss:Evan Engram, Senior, TE D.J. Jones, Senior, DT Chad Kelly, Senior, QBMississippi State:Richie Brown, Senior, LB A.J. Jefferson, Senior, DL Fred Ross, Senior, WRMissouri:Sean Culkin, Senior, TE Charles Harris, Junior, DE Michael Scherer, Senior, LBSouth Carolina:Marquavius Lewis, Senior, DL Deebo Samuel, Sophomore, WR Mason Zandi, Senior, OLTennessee:Joshua Dobbs, Senior, QB Jalen Reeves-Maybin, Senior, LB Cameron Sutton, Senior, DBTexas A&M:Myles Garrett, Junior, DB Trevor Knight, Senior, QB Ricky Seals-Jones, Junior, WRVanderbilt:Zach Cunningham, Junior, LB Oren Burks, Junior, LB Ralph Webb, Junior RB29 of the 42 players in attendance will be seniors. Interestingly, only three teams are sending their quarterbacks: Ole Miss (Chad Kelly), Tennessee (Josh Dobbs), and Texas A&M (Trevor Knight). 22 of the 42 players are on defense.SEC Media Days run from July 11 to July 14.[SEC Sports]MORE FROM COLLEGE SPUN:The 10 Most Aggressive Fan Bases In CFBIn Photos: Golfer Paige SpiranacESPN Makes Decision On Dick Vitale
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