Syracuse quarterback Eric Dungey was involved in a scuffle along the Syracuse sideline early in the first quarter against Boston College on Saturday. The Orange’s first possession of the game ended when Dungey lofted a pass down the field to the Eagles’ William Harris.Dungey tackled Harris along the sideline and threw him to the turf. When Dungey got up, he shoved another Boston College defender. Players on both teams surrounded the area and a brouhaha broke out. Also on the play, Boston College appeared to line up offsides but no penalty was called.Following the play, a personal foul penalty was assessed to Dungey and each team received offsetting unsportsmanlike penalties.Below are videos of the event.For Syracuse-Boston College updates, follow our live blog.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Yooo #Syracuse’s QB has marbles! Savage tackle after he throws a pick and then gets up ready to rumble. #Cuse #BC #CollegeFootball pic.twitter.com/UnIAeU7C5x— The PUP List (@ThePUPListBlog) October 22, 2016 Dino’s boys go down swingin biiih #Cuse pic.twitter.com/rTEZV4SYuK— The PUP List (@ThePUPListBlog) October 22, 2016 Published on October 22, 2016 at 12:56 pm Contact Paul: email@example.com | @pschweds Facebook Twitter Google+
Poverty in Vancouver district elementary schoolsWashington, 91.7 percent.Martin Luther King, 90.6 percent.Fruit Valley, 89.8 percent.Goodwill’s Book of My Own programo What: Donates books to low-income children through Clark County schools and nonprofit agencies.o Phone: 503-238-6139.Wearing a pink Hello Kitty T-shirt, Winter Quenelle, 7, grips a pen and carefully writes her name on the title page of her new book, “Disney’s The Jungle Book.” Then, she circles the tables in the Fruit Valley Community Learning Center’s cafeteria.The tables are laden with books, and she can pick one more of her own. Decisions, decisions.Every student in the low-income school had an opportunity to choose two free books to keep Friday, thanks to Goodwill’s Book of My Own summer learning book give away. At Fruit Valley, 89.8 percent of the students qualify for free or reduced-price lunches.Goodwill employees brought 549 books for the 240 students. The books that were not chosen were donated to the school’s library, said Dale Emanuel of Goodwill Industries of the Columbia Willamette.Goodwill training participants process and sort the books. Other employees contact principals in lower-income schools to ask if they can donate books for students to take home. Since the program began in 2007, Goodwill has donated more than 12,300 books to low-income schools and other agencies serving children in Clark County.