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23 October 2014
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|[15:00]||Max Powers at goalie for WESLEYAN.|
|[15:00]||Joe Theuer at goalie for TUFTS.|
|[15:00]||Faceoff Kyle Helfrich vs Ben Shapiro won by WESLEYAN, [15:00] Ground ball pickup by WESLEYAN Ben Shapiro.|
|[14:54]||0||1||GOAL by WESLEYAN Jake Sexton (FIRST GOAL), Assist by Ben Shapiro.|
|[14:54]||Faceoff Kyle Helfrich vs Ben Shapiro won by WESLEYAN, [14:54] Ground ball pickup by WESLEYAN Kyle Camphausen.|
|[13:38]||Ground ball pickup by WESLEYAN Jake Sexton.|
|[13:30]||Shot by WESLEYAN Matt Chase, SAVE Joe Theuer|
|[13:26]||Ground ball pickup by TUFTS Finn McTernan.|
|[13:19]||Clear attempt by TUFTS good.|
|[13:12]||Shot by TUFTS Matt Boccardo WIDE|
|[13:12]||Penalty on WESLEYAN Jake Sexton (CROSS-CHECK/1:00) Extra-man opportunity.|
|[12:57]||Shot by TUFTS Cam Kelleher HIT POST|
|[12:38]||Shot by TUFTS Bryce Adam WIDE|
|[12:33]||GOAL by TUFTS Max Waldbaum (MAN-UP), Assist by Matt Treiber.||1||1|
|[12:33]||Faceoff Kyle Helfrich vs Ben Shapiro won by TUFTS, [12:33] Ground ball pickup by TUFTS Kyle Helfrich.|
|[11:42]||Shot by TUFTS Max Waldbaum HIGH|
|[11:27]||Clear attempt by WESLEYAN failed.|
|Turnover by WESLEYAN.|
|[11:18]||GOAL by TUFTS Evan Cunningham, Assist by Bryce Adam.||2||1|
|[11:18]||Faceoff Kyle Helfrich vs Ben Shapiro won by WESLEYAN, [11:18] Ground ball pickup by WESLEYAN Kyle Camphausen.|
|[10:56]||Ground ball pickup by WESLEYAN Matt Chase.|
|Turnover by WESLEYAN Matt Chase (caused by Finn McTernan).|
|[10:44]||Ground ball pickup by TUFTS Finn McTernan.|
|[10:40]||Clear attempt by TUFTS good.|
|[10:36]||GOAL by TUFTS Mac Bredahl, Assist by Max Waldbaum.||3||1|
|[10:36]||Faceoff Kyle Helfrich vs Ben Shapiro won by TUFTS, [10:36] Ground ball pickup by TUFTS Kyle Helfrich.|
|[10:10]||Shot by TUFTS Cam Kelleher WIDE|
|[09:24]||GOAL by TUFTS Matt Treiber, Assist by Bryce Adam.||4||1|
|[09:24]||Faceoff Kyle Helfrich vs Ben Shapiro won by TUFTS, [09:24] Ground ball pickup by TUFTS Kyle Helfrich.|
|[08:55]||Shot by TUFTS Cam Kelleher HIGH|
|Turnover by TUFTS Cam Kelleher (caused by Brendan Keane).|
|[08:27]||Ground ball pickup by WESLEYAN Nick Daly.|
|Turnover by WESLEYAN.|
|[08:12]||Ground ball pickup by TUFTS Mac Bredahl.|
|[08:10]||Shot by TUFTS Mac Bredahl, SAVE Max Powers|
|Turnover by WESLEYAN Ronan Jacoby (caused by Matt Treiber).|
|[08:01]||GOAL by TUFTS Taggart Eymer, Assist by Cam Kelleher.||5||1|
|[08:01]||Faceoff Kyle Helfrich vs Ben Shapiro won by WESLEYAN, [08:01] Ground ball pickup by WESLEYAN Ben Shapiro.|
|[07:22]||5||2||GOAL by WESLEYAN Shayne Gallagher.|
|[07:22]||Faceoff Kyle Helfrich vs Ben Shapiro won by TUFTS, [07:22] Ground ball pickup by TUFTS Kyle Helfrich.|
|Turnover by TUFTS.|
|[06:58]||Clear attempt by WESLEYAN good.|
|[06:44]||Ground ball pickup by WESLEYAN Jake Sexton.|
|Turnover by WESLEYAN Alex Moynihan.|
|[06:35]||Ground ball pickup by TUFTS Bryce Adam.|
|[06:31]||GOAL by TUFTS Mac Bredahl, Assist by Matt Boccardo.||6||2|
|[06:31]||Faceoff Kyle Helfrich vs Ben Shapiro won by TUFTS, [06:31] Ground ball pickup by TUFTS Kyle Helfrich.|
|[06:23]||GOAL by TUFTS Bryce Adam, Assist by Max Waldbaum.||7||2|
|[06:23]||Faceoff Kyle Helfrich vs Ben Shapiro won by TUFTS, [06:23] Ground ball pickup by TUFTS Kyle Helfrich.|
|[06:14]||Shot by TUFTS Max Waldbaum, SAVE Max Powers|
|Turnover by WESLEYAN Kyle Camphausen (caused by Bryce Adam).|
|[05:49]||Ground ball pickup by TUFTS Max Waldbaum.|
|[05:41]||Shot by TUFTS Joe Murtha WIDE|
|[05:16]||Shot by TUFTS Kurt Bruun WIDE|
|[05:06]||Clear attempt by WESLEYAN good.|
|Turnover by WESLEYAN Sam Lefante.|
|[04:50]||Ground ball pickup by TUFTS Kyle Adelmann.|
|[04:48]||Clear attempt by TUFTS good.|
|Turnover by TUFTS Bryce Adam (caused by Brendan Keane).|
|[04:31]||Ground ball pickup by WESLEYAN Brendan Keane.|
|Turnover by WESLEYAN Brendan Keane (caused by Matt Boccardo).|
|[04:26]||GOAL by TUFTS Kyle Adelmann.||8||2|
|[04:26]||Faceoff Kyle Helfrich vs Ben Shapiro won by TUFTS, [04:26] Ground ball pickup by TUFTS Kyle Helfrich.|
|[03:55]||Shot by TUFTS Trevar Hall WIDE|
|[03:33]||Ground ball pickup by TUFTS Bryce Adam.|
|[03:26]||GOAL by TUFTS Cam Kelleher, Assist by Garrett Samuelson.||9||2|
|[03:26]||Faceoff Kyle Helfrich vs Ben Shapiro won by WESLEYAN (on faceoff violation).|
|[02:41]||9||3||GOAL by WESLEYAN Ronan Jacoby.|
|[02:41]||Faceoff Kyle Helfrich vs Ben Shapiro won by TUFTS (on faceoff violation).|
|Turnover by TUFTS (caused by Sean Penney).|
|[02:24]||Ground ball pickup by WESLEYAN Sean Penney.|
|[02:22]||Clear attempt by WESLEYAN good.|
|[01:49]||Shot by WESLEYAN Kevin Moriarty WIDE|
|[01:32]||Clear attempt by WESLEYAN good.|
|[00:55]||Shot by TUFTS Garrett Samuelson WIDE|
|Turnover by TUFTS Mac Bredahl.|
|[00:42]||Ground ball pickup by WESLEYAN Brendan Keane.|
|[00:41]||GOAL by TUFTS Matt Treiber.||10||3|
|[00:41]||Faceoff Kyle Helfrich vs Ben Shapiro won by TUFTS, [00:41] Ground ball pickup by TUFTS Kyle Helfrich.|
|Turnover by WESLEYAN Brendan Keane.|
|[00:38]||Ground ball pickup by TUFTS Matt Treiber.|
|[00:18]||Timeout by TUFTS.|
|[00:08]||GOAL by TUFTS Kurt Bruun, Assist by Jack Boyden.||11||3|
|[00:08]||Faceoff Kyle Helfrich vs Jack Devlin won by WESLEYAN, [00:08] Ground ball pickup by WESLEYAN Sam Lefante.|
Jack Bogorowski – Men’s LacrosseJack Bogorowski Photo Galleries: 2014 | 2013
WHY LEHIGH? “I chose Lehigh because of its excellent academic reputation and place to further my education at a high level. Also, Coach Cassese has developed a lacrosse program with a sense of family, pride and a winning tradition, a team that I very much look forward to being a part of.”
AS A SENIOR (2015): Played in 10 games, tallying six groundballs and two caused turnovers … Fired two shots, both on goal … Had a groundball at Holy Cross (3/28) … Scooped a groundball two weeks earlier at Navy (3/14) … Had a groundball at Loyola (2/28) … Fired a shot on goal in consecutive games at Furman (2/14) and vs. Boston University (2/21) … Strong season opener with three groundballs and two caused turnovers against Marquette (2/14).
AS A JUNIOR (2014): Played in 15 games, starting three times, while scoring two goals and adding an assist … Finished with 10 shots, four on goal and four groundballs … Had a groundball at Army (3/22) … Scored a late goal at #17 Yale (3/11) … Dished first-career assist against #7/8 Loyola (3/1) … Scooped a groundball in three straight February games (Marquette, Villanova and Boston University) … Scored first-career goal in season opener at Furman (2/1).
AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): Contributor at midfield in first season in the Brown and White … Played in 15 games, primarily as a defensive midfielder … Posted nine groundballs and a caused turnover, along with six shots … Scooped two groundballs against VMI (3/2) and at Army (3/16) … Posted a single GB against Saint Joseph’s (2/10), at Air Force (2/24), vs. #18 Penn (3/5) at Holy Cross (3/23) and against Navy (3/30) … Fired three of his six shots vs. VMI … Named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
AS A FRESHMAN (2012) (AT JOHNS HOPKINS): Played three games in the midfield, vs. Albany (4/5), Army (5/5) and vs. Stony Brook in the NCAA Tournament (5/13).
BEFORE LEHIGH: Star at La Salle College High School, guiding the squad to two Pennsylvania State Championships … Grabbed First Team All-State honors as a senior and All-Catholic League laurels as a sophomore, junior and senior … Was an Honorable Mention ESPN All-American … An Inside Lacrosse Rising Senior #45 ranked recruit and #11 ranked midfielder … Won the 2011 Jerry Middlemiss Award … Member of the National Honor Society.
PERSONAL: Son of Jim and Janet Bogorowski … Has three siblings: Derek (who is a senior on the Lehigh men’s lacrosse team), Hanna and Gunar.
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GETTING TO KNOW JACK
Nickname: BIG Tux or Ya boi BIG Tux
What’s your favorite thing about Lehigh? The Lehigh men’s lacrosse team, a group of men that work hard on and off the field and know how to win. As well as maintaining a sense of family and being absolute boys.
Major & Why: Economics, I have always had an interest in the economy and money.
Favorite Food: Mexican
Favorite Color: Red
Favorite Musical Artist: J Cole and my boys Meek and Rozay
Favorite Movie: Wedding Crashers
Favorite TV Show: Sons or Triple D
Favorite Website: The Chive
Favorite Sports Broadcaster: John Buccigross
Favorite Pro Team: Eagles
Favorite Athlete In Another Sport: Cam Newton
Hobbies: Cooking food, listening to music and being a vege on the sofa
Magazine Cover I’d Like To Be On: Complex
Place I’d Like To Visit: Hawaii
Talent I’d Most Like To Have: Musical talents
Dream Job: Be country music star
I Wear My Jersey Number Because: Simply because no one else could
If I Didn’t Play Lacrosse, I Would Play: Basketball
If I Had $1 Billion, I Would: Easy… retire with a wife, family, sweet houses and chill with my boys
Ohio State upsets No. 13 Notre Dame with late goals from Leclaire – The Lantern
Ohio State then-junior attackman Tre Leclaire (44) runs to break his defenders against Rutgers at Ohio Stadium on Mar. 31. Ohio State lost 6-14. Credit: Willow Mollenkopf | For The Lantern
With Ohio State and Notre Dame men’s lacrosse tied 11-11 and only 1:40 on the clock, the Buckeyes had an extra-man opportunity.
Junior attackman Jackson Reid took advantage, finding senior attackman Tre Leclaire for the game-winning goal.
The Buckeyes (5-2) won a back-and-forth game 13-11 against No. 13 Notre Dame (2-3) at Ohio Stadium in a contest that saw six Ohio State conversions on extra-man opportunities.
“Wins like that over a team like Notre Dame, that’s a rivalry game, played them for almost 30 years straight, at home midweek with short rest — I’m just really proud of the way the boys fought tonight,” Ohio State head coach Nick Myers said.
The Buckeye offense was led by Leclaire’s five goals, while Reid scored three goals and four assists. The extra-man opportunities were key for the Buckeyes in the game.
“We were due. We’ve been a little snake-bit there and hadn’t broken through, I knew tonight was an opportunity,” Myers said.
The Buckeye defense played a big role in the victory, causing five Fighting Irish turnovers and holding Notre Dame to fewer than 12 goals for the third straight game.
“They were great, they stepped up, they did a really nice job supporting each other, I thought, the first half especially,” Myers said. “Notre Dame made some plays in the third quarter and we were able to make enough stops in the fourth to give our offense a chance to win the game.”
Ohio State redshirt junior goalie Josh Kirson made 10 saves in the game for a 47.6 save percentage.
Both defenses started off the game well, with the only goal of the first quarter scored by Ohio State junior midfielder Colby Smith, who fired a shot past the opposing goalie off a pass from Reid.
Kirson made three saves in the quarter, including a stop off a point-blank shot from the Fighting Irish. Notre Dame freshman goalie Liam Entenmann made two saves in the quarter and finished with nine for the game.
The second quarter was about runs as Notre Dame opened its scoring on a goal from sophomore midfielder Quinn McCahon. The Buckeyes answered with a three-goal run highlighted by a rocket from Leclaire on a man-up opportunity. Senior attackman Nick Musci scored his first of the season on the run.
Notre Dame returned fire with a four-goal run to take the halftime lead at 5-4. Senior midfielder Brian Willetts scored two goals in the stretch, including a backhanded scoop shot late in the second quarter to give the Fighting Irish the lead.
The third quarter was a back-and-forth affair.
Reid scored the opening goal of the quarter on a man-up opportunity to tie the game. Leclaire added two third quarter goals, each breaking a tie.
The Fighting Irish answered with back-to-back scores, including a goal from senior midfielder Bryan Costabile. Smith scored his second of the game to even the tally heading into the final quarter.
Costabile opened the fourth with his second goal of the game. Reid tied the game back up after a pass from redshirt senior midfielder Lukas Buckley. Junior attackman Wheaton Jackoboice scored the next two goals for the Fighting Irish, sandwiched around another Ohio State goal.
Sophomore attackman Jack Myers found Reid to score his third of the game and tie it once again.
“There’s a lot of hidden plays that make that happen, guys cutting through doing their job in our offense, I think that really speaks to what we were doing all night, playing as a team knowing that our shots were going to fall,” Buckley said
Leclaire added an empty-net goal with the Fighting Irish pushing for a turnover to create a two-goal margin of victory.
The Fighting Irish were led on offense by Costabile, Jackoboice and Willetts, who each tallied two goals.
Ohio State will play Denver at noon Sunday in Ohio Stadium.
Skyline Men’s Lacrosse Takes on the Pioneer Pioneers in First Big Rivalry Game of the Season – The Communicator
On Wednesday, April 27, Skyline and Pioneer’s Men’s Lacrosse faced off in what was expected to be a contentious game at Pioneer’s Holloway Field.
Pioneer started off strong in the first quarter, winning the initial face off and taking possession from the get go. The team appeared comfortable on their home field, with Pioneer’s strong, evasive passing on offense leading to a quick first goal only minutes into the quarter. Skyline goalie Jacob McGuckin made a solid save soon after but struggled with a difficult clear, allowing Pioneer to repossess the ball high in the midfield. Pioneer’s Devon Gallagher made the team’s second goal not long after the first, noticeably building their attack’s momentum. The third goal scored on Skyline was a swift top corner shot executed by #2 Nate Yuhas, prompting the subbing out of Skyline’s starting lineup. With seven minutes remaining in the quarter, Pioneer’s #7 Jack Reid scored their fourth goal with a well-timed crease roll. Skyline then called their first time out, which they returned from strongly, finally taking possession on attack.
Pioneer moved into defense, and their goalie cleared a shot on goal deep into the midfield, where it was received by Skyline’s #5 Grant Marshall, who tore down the field back onto offense, shaking off three to four defenders at a time. Several more shots on goal were saved by Skyline’s McGuckin, but ultimately the Eagles’ defense was unable to hold up against Pioneer’s faster, more physical attack, and #12 Doug Shipp was able to score a fifth goal before the quarter was up.
In the second quarter Skyline dominated, with Marshall bodying defenders out of the way early on to take in Skyline’s first goal. With eight minutes left in the half, Skyline began winning more faceoffs, leading to increased strategizing on attack. Their second goal was scored by #29 Jack Watza, and the third shortly after by #19 Jackson Catchot with an assist by Marshall. The teams appeared more equally matched as the quarter went on, with Skyline’s defense beginning to make smarter passes and effectively clear the ball from their end zone.
With the score at 5-3 at the beginning of the second half, Skyline returned to D. Pioneer’s sixth goal was scored by #17 Sam Millman, who also assisted the next goal, scored by Reid. Skyline worked aggressively to retake possession, but as a result ran into multiple penalties from the refs, for ‘unnecessary roughness’ and ‘cross-checking’, forcing them into man-down plays which crumbled their defense and stalled their attack. The Eagles continued to struggle with passing on high attack and forcing turnovers in the midfield. Pioneer’s eighth goal was scored by #10 Noah Gago, followed shortly by their ninth and then tenth point, which was scored by Reid.
In the final quarter, Skyline was able to take possession back briefly, and made several attempts on goal from the 12 yard line — although they went wide — as well as an over-the-goal attempted assist between Marshall and #2 Ethan Harding. Pioneer played their most aggressive defense during this quarter, receiving a penalty for “slashing,” yet still managing to keep Skyline’s attack blocked out from anywhere within the 12. In the remaining minutes of the game, Pioneer 11th goal was scored by #27 Matt Auer, and Marshall scored once more for the Eagles, bringing the final score to 11-4.
This major defeat for the Eagles is expected to slow team momentum for the rest of their games this week and the next, especially with the likelihood of its replication at the rematch against Pioneer, rescheduled for Thursday, April 28.
Jack Krzyston – 2014 – Men’s LacrosseCareer: Finished his career at RIT tied for 20th all time in scoring with 143 points on 93 goals and 50 assists.
2014: Battled injuries to play in 17 games, starting 16 … named Rochester’s 2013 PAYCHEX Local Male College Athlete of the Year and was honored at the 65th annual Night of Champions Dinner on June 9 … USILA Scholar All-American … played in the USILA/Laxworld Division III North/South All-Star game … Honorable Mention Team USILA All-America selection … Second Team All-Liberty League selection … named to the Liberty League All-Tournament Team … tallied 33 points on 22 goals and 11 assists … tallied a season-high five points in back to back games versus No. 11 Ithaca and SUNY Brockport … recorded four points on three goals and an assist in RIT’s 13-11 win over Union in the Liberty League Championship … had at least two points in a contest nine times … had 14 points (6-8-14) over his first four games … had two game-winning goals, in wins over SUNY Geneseo and Skidmore … had two man-up tallies … grabbed 23 ground balls and caused three turnovers … tallied seven points on six goals and an assist in five postseason games … fired 46 shots, including 34 on goal … named to the Liberty League All-Academic Team.
2013: Was named the Liberty League Offensive Player of the Year… was a first team All-Liberty League selection… was a first team USILA All-American… Led the team in scoring with career-high 81 points on 52 goals and 29 assists, both career highs… 52 goals in ninth most in a season at RIT… 81 points is tied for 8th all time at RIT… tallied a career high six goals and vs. Vassar (4/13)… had a career high 7 points on three occasions… had two or more goals in 16-of-22 games… had 3 or more goals in 10-of-22 games… was second on the team with nine man-up goals… scored three goals in Liberty League Tournament… tallied nine goals in four NCAA Tournament games… had a goal and two assists in National Championship Game vs. Stevenson… scored three goals vs. Cabrini and Tufts in the NCAA Tournament. SEASON STATS
2012: Played in 17 games… tallied career highs in points (16) and goals (10)… tallied four points vs. Skidmore and Vassar… scored three goals and dished out an assist in a win over Vassar… tallied two goals and had two assists in a game vs. Skidmore… scored the game-winning goal in a 12-11 win over Nazareth… scooped up 17 ground balls…. named to the Liberty League All-Academic Team, SEASON STATS
2011: Appeared in eight games … scored nine goals and recorded four assists for 13 points … scored a season-high four goals and caused two turnovers in a 25-8 win over Utica … recorded a season-high six points on three goals and three assists to go along with three ground balls in a 28-2 win over Elmira … fired seven shots in that contest … recorded his first career point in his collegiate debut against Hartwick … also scored in wins over Alfred and Nazareth. SEASON STATS
Before RIT: Played four years of varsity lacrosse for Bishop Guertin High School …three-year starter at attack … two-year captain … led team to two New Hampshire state championships … earned All-New Hampshire first team honors … garnered All-American honors … also played varsity soccer.
Personal: Mechanical engineering technology major … son of Marybeth and John Krzyston.90,000 Teen Wolf (Werewolf) – description and content of season 4 episodes – TVShowGuide
The Dark Moon
June 23, 2014
One of Scott’s friends, Derek, disappears to save him Scott and the pack must go to Mexico for a “rescue operation.” Also, the pack is in for a serious shock in the face of the surviving Kate Argent.
Scott and his Pack are looking for a way to get Derek back and understand what happened to him.Kate tries to get the triskelion and the pack is attacked by her berserkers.
July 7, 2014
While Stilinski is investigating a murder, Scott’s position on the lacrosse team is in question due to a promising freshman.
July 14, 2014
On the full moon, an unexpected guest visits Lydia at the Martin’s country house by the lake.Meanwhile, Derek is on the hunt for the killer.
July 21, 2014
Scott, Styles and Kira participate in their first big match in a lacrosse tournament. Meanwhile, Lydia is about to get help in controlling her Banshee forces.
July 28, 2014
When Violet is arrested, Garrett forces Scott to help him; they also involve Liam in their plan.Derek and Malia set up surveillance on an old friend. Meanwhile, Stiles, Lydia, and Jordan turn to Meredith in an attempt to find a third clue.
August 4, 2014
When a mystical epidemic hits the school, the employees of the Center for Disease Control come to town. The real target of the people from the CDC turns out to be werewolves; Scott, Malia and Kira find themselves locked in the Hale vault.
Time of Death
Time of Death
11 August 2014
Scott comes up with a plan to lure out the Benefactor.Malia talks to Peter and learns that he is looking for her mother. Keith arrives for Scott’s body and confirms Peter’s words that he is not dead. Lydia suspects her grandmother is alive. Derek can’t heal.
August 18, 2014
We’ll find out why Jordan Parrish is the deputy sheriff on the Supernatural Death List. Liam, Scott and Malia are on the hunt again, with the price of Liam’s head being raised.Stiles and Lydia find out the key to the death row and he brings them to Aikin’s house. Regardless of the guys, Jordan notices that in all the protocols, suicide is written, and Brunsky is signed, and therefore he also goes to the psychiatric hospital. In this episode, we learn that Meredith is not dead and is a Benefactor.
24 Aug 2014
Scott and Kira do everything to protect the remains of Satomi’s pack, while Lydia talks to Meredith.Malia and Stiles work together to uncover the mystery of Benefactor’s roster.
A Promise to the Dead
A Promise to the Dead
September 1, 2014
Scott invites Kira on a first date at Derek’s house, where Keith and the berserkers find them.
Smoke and Mirrors
September 8, 2014
Stiles wants to go immediately to help Scott and, despite his father’s attempt to detain him, soon he, along with friends and Peter, goes to help McCall and Keira …Liam joins the team, but the full moon is ahead and he has to learn to control himself. Peter’s plan begins to come true, because Lydia remains in Bacon Hills under reliable protection and cannot interfere, and Scott himself has changed beyond recognition. Derek finds himself on the brink between life and death, but for him it means nothing at all what Kate expected or Braden feared. Chris has to make a difficult choice, and in the end, the deal made with Calaveros makes itself felt. Lydia shows Perrish something that will help him understand what he is – the Bestiary.
Scott, George Campbell is … What is Scott, George Campbell?There are articles on Wikipedia about other people with this last name, see Scott.
George C. Scott (English George C. Scott , full name George Campbell Scott , English George Campbell Scott ; October 18, 1927 – September 22, 1999) – American actor, director and producer, owner Oscar awards. Scott has been very popular for his stage roles and has achieved major success for his numerous film roles, the most famous of which were in the films Doctor Strangelove and Patton.
George Campbell Scott was born on October 18, 1927 in Weiss, Virginia. In addition to him, Helena Agnes and F. Scott had an older daughter in the family. Shortly before his eighth birthday, his mother died, and he and his sister were raised by his father, an employee of the Buick automobile company. In his youth, Scott, full of ambition, inspired by the works of F. Scott Fitzgerald, dreamed of becoming a writer, and, while still a schoolboy, wrote several short stories.
From 1945 to 1949, Scott served in the US Marine Corps at the prestigious 8th Barracks in Washington DC. In the military, he served as a sentry at Arlington National Cemetery, and also taught English literature at the Marine Corps Institute.
After serving in the Army, Scott attended the University of Missouri, where he majored in journalism. A year after admission, he dropped out to pursue an acting career. Scott first rose to fame after participating in the famous Shakespeare Festival in New York.In 1958, he won the Obi Theater Award for his role in Children of Darkness, as well as in Shakespeare’s As You Like It and Richard III, in which he starred. 
The following year, he first appeared on Broadway in Sol Levitt’s play The Trial in Andersonville, based on the history of the military trial of a civil war commandant in the city of the same name in Georgia. In 1970, George C. Scott directed the television film of the same name, which earned him an Emmy nomination.His early roles contributed to Scott being mentioned in Time magazine as an active up-and-coming actor. In the same year, the actor played the role of Edward Rochester in the film adaptation of Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, where his partner was actress Suzanne York.George C. Scott in Patton (1970)
Scott made his film debut in 1958 on television, and a year later he made his first appearance on the big screen. One of his first significant roles was the cunning prosecutor Claude Dancer in the film Anatomy of a Murder, starring James Stewart.Thanks to her, he was nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor, but in the end the coveted statuette that year went to Hugh Griffith. Scott’s best-known early film role was General “Buck” Turgidson in Doctor Strangelove in 1964.
Six years later, Scott has again attracted attention with one of his most striking film roles – George S. Patton in the war drama Patton. Scott very carefully approached the filming of this picture: he studied documentary tapes with the General’s notes, communicated with people who knew him.As a result, at the 43rd Academy Awards, which took place in the same year, George S. Scott won an Oscar. Shortly after receiving it, he returned the statuette back to the film academy,  , citing the fact that he could not compete with other actors nominated in the same nomination. As a result, the Scott statuette is currently at the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, where Patton himself studied at one time. 16 years later, Scott again played the role of General Patton in the television movie “The Last Days of Patton”, which tells about the last days of the General’s life after a car accident.
In the following 1971, Scott played two more successful roles in films: the millionaire Justin Playfair, who dreams of becoming Sherlock Holmes in the film They Are Giants, and Dr. Herbert Bock in the black comedy Hospital. Despite his obvious disregard for the American Film Academy, for the second role, he was again nominated for an Oscar. In the same year, he appeared on the Hallmark Hall of Fame television program, where he starred in an episode based on Arthur Miller’s play The Price.For this role, the actor was awarded an Emmy Award. His reasoning that he left an Emmy and turned down an Oscar was based on the fact that the winners of the Emmy are chosen by a carefully selected jury, while the winners of the Oscars are chosen by the entire staff of the Academy. …
Despite notable success in film, George C. Scott continued to work extensively in the theater. He was nominated for the Tony Theater Award three times for his roles in Uncle Vanya (1973), Death of a Salesman (1975) and Reap the Storm (1996).
Follow-up projectsGeorge K. Scott in 1984
In 1980, the actor starred in the hit horror film The Defector with Melvin Douglas, for which he received the Canadian Gini Award for Best Foreign Actor.  The following year, he appeared with aspiring actors Sean Penn and Tom Cruise in Harold Becker’s drama Lights Out, which tells the story of a group of young military academy cadets unwilling to put up with its disbandment. In 1984, George K.Scott played Ebenezer Scrooge in the television adaptation of Charles Dickens’s popular short story A Christmas Carol, for which he received another Emmy nomination. In 1990, Scott took part in two cartoon projects – “All the cartoons are free” and “Rescuers in Australia”, where the villain Percival McLeach spoke in his voice. Against the background of all these successful works in 1991, the actor received a nomination for the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actor in the film The Exorcist 3.One of his last roles, Scott performed in the films “Titanic” (1996), playing there Captain Edward Smith, as well as in another film adaptation of the play by Reginald Rose “12 Angry Men” (1997).
In both film and theater, George K. Scott has been described as a rather capricious and fickle actor. Maureen Stapleton, who played there along with Scott, told one of the funny stories about the heavy temperament of the actor to the author of the play “Room in the Plaza Hotel” Neil Simon. The actress complained to production director Mike Nichols: “I don’t know what to do.I’m afraid of him! ” , to which the director replied: “My dear, everyone is afraid of George C. Scott” .
George C. Scott has been married five times. His spouses:
- Carolyn Hughes (1951-1955) (daughter Victoria, born December 19, 1952).
- Patricia Reed (1955-1960) (two children: Matthew, born May 27, 1957; actress Devon Scott – born November 29, 1958).
- Colleen Dewhurst (1960-1965, 1967-1972) (two sons: writer Alexander Scott, born 1960; actor Campbell Scott, born.July 19, 1961). After divorcing in 1965, they remarried in 1967, but then separated again in 1972.
- Trish Van Deaver (1972-1999), whom he had already parted with at the time of his death.
In addition, he had another illegitimate daughter, born in 1954.
George K. Scott died on September 22, 1999 at the age of 71 from a ruptured abdominal aorta. The actor was buried in a memorial cemetery in the Westwood area of Los Angeles.
- Scott’s favorite actress was Bette Davis, whom he named “My Blood Idol”.
- Actor Walter Mattau was buried next to George C. Scott a year later. 
- 1970 – Best Actor in a Drama (Patton)
- 1997 – Best Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or TV Movie (12 Angry Men)
- 1971 – Best Solo Male Actor (Hallmark Hall of Fame)
- 1998 – Best Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or TV Movie (12 Angry Men)
References90,000 Part 1 – LVI Four Applicants – Distress Signal – Mine Read
After the robbers had finally decided about their journey, most of those already ready for the road stood in indecision.
Lacrosse is instructed to climb the cliff and inspect the area. Four Spaniards have expressed a desire to stay here a little longer, and three Englishmen have not yet said when they will leave.
They were whispering about something, but their eyes were so hot, especially in Blue’s, that it is not difficult to guess the subject of the conversation. It was clearly about women.
Still no one moved.
One more question needs to be resolved, which is not important for most, but extremely important for two.
These are women prisoners. How to deal with them? They are in the grotto, behind a piece of canvas. Breakfast was served to them, but they did not touch it.
Now it’s time for http://storeclock.ru to decide what to do with them.
This is a delicate question. It is more difficult to solve than with gold. Until now, everyone believed that two lay claim to them. Whether it was fair or not, it was not thought about, and it was not disputed.
Gomez and Hernandez were the rulers of the whole business, and all the rest were their assistants, people who were not able to get carried away with love too much, thought little about women, or considered their possession a matter of secondary importance.
But now, at the last hour, it became known that two more lay claim to them. These two have obviously made a firm decision. They keep their eyes on the grotto where the girls are.
Finally, the question is raised. Jack Stryker, a Sydney convict, is not inclined to sentimentality and does not like to beat around the bush for a long time. He suddenly blurts out so loudly that everyone can hear him:
– Hey, comrades, what are we going to do with women?
– With them? Gomez replies in a casual tone, pretending to be indifferent.“You have nothing to do with them. Don’t worry about them. They will go with us, with Hernandez and with me.
– Will they leave? Really? The former mate asks sharply.
“Of course,” Gomez replied.
“I don’t understand why this is obvious,” Blew objected. “And what’s more, I’ll tell you – they won’t go with you, at least not as easily as you imagine.
– What are you trying to say, Blew? The Spaniard asked with obvious bitterness.
– You will not scare me, Gil Gomez, be cool.Listen to me well, and you will understand everything. Neither you nor Hernandez are more entitled to them than the rest. As was the case with gold, so it should be with them. We cannot, of course, share it like money, but this is not a reason for two to take it for themselves when there are two more hunters. Here I want one of them.
– And I – another, – put in Davis.
“Yes,” Blew continued, “although I am older than you, Mr. Gomez, and not such a handsome gentleman, I may also like a pretty face. I love the one with tortoiseshell hair, and I’m not going to give it up to you as easily as you would like it to be.
“I’m very glad, Blue, that this is a redhead,” Davis said.