Bangor's Brooke Baker grabs a loose ball during the Slaters' 40-23 win over Palisades last night at Bill Pensyl Gymnasium. PHOTO GALLERY (30 pics) Sbtt Photo Larry Cory
Slaters rout Salisbury 51-13
The Bangor Lady Slaters won their ninth game of the year Thursday night easily defeating Salisbury 51-13 in a Colonial League game played in Bill Pensyl gymnasium at Bangor High School.
Casey Walsh and Madeline Minner each contributed four, three-pointers and combined for 29 of Bangor’s 51 points.
Walsh scored 16 and Minner 13 to lead all scorers. The Slaters raised their overall record to 9-2 by winning eight of their last nine games. Bangor will play at Pen Argyl 12:45 pm Saturday .
Bangor has a league mark of 7-2 while the Green Knights stand at 3-5.
The Slaters jumped out to a 14-4 lead by the end of the first quarter. Walsh and Minner scored three from behind the arc as the Slaters rolled to a 26-6 lead over the Falcons, which sit at the bottom of the league standings with a record of 0-8.
Bangor had a 22-point third quarter run with Walsh and Minner combining for four, threes and Morgan Karasek scoring five of her game total of nine points, leading Bangor to a 40-point advantage going into the final period with a commanding 48-8 advantage.
Bangor Girls Improve to 8-2
The Bangor Girls used a balanced scoring attack and pressure defense to rout Palisades 40-23 in a Colonial League game played at Bangor last night.
The Slaters forced 29 turnovers, many of which they converted into scores, to steadily pull away from the Pirates taking a 32-11 lead into the final quarter. Bangor improved its record to 8-2 overall with a game at home tonight with Salisbury and on the road Saturday at Pen Argyl.
Madline Minner had the Slater offense rolling early with a trio of treys in the first half. Casey Walsh also had five points early, including a three as Bangor took a 22-9 lead at halftime.
The Slaters held Palisades to a paltry two points in the third with Dani Hess leading the way, scoring eight points in the second half, several coming on driving lay-ups.
Bangor boys lose to Palisades 67-57
The Bangor Boys traveled to Palisades last night hoping to get back in the win column, however playing their second straight game without point guard CJ Miles, the Slaters came out on the short end of 67-57 game.
Nate Owens led the team with 23 points, 10 coming in the fourth quarter when the Slaters outscored the Pirates 19-16. Gabe Zeiba had a career-high 18 points while Carlos Colon was the other Slater in double figures with 10 points.
Colon, Ethan Saxe, and Owens each hit a shot from behind the arc.
Bangor (4-7) is on the road again tonight at Salisbury and will be home Saturday night for Hall of Fame night at Bangor.
Moravian Academy Defeats Bangor
Moravian Academy’s Abe Atiyah and Nevin Ferrari combined for 19 points in the first half leading the Lions to 26-16 lead over Bangor at halftime and 50-31 final in a Colonial League game at Bangor Monday evening.
From midway through the first quarter to late in the game the Slaters, playing without veteran point guard CJ Miles, could never break through the 10-point deficit en route to their second consecutive setback after winning three straight.
The Slaters (4-6) travel to Palisades Wednesday and will entertain Pen Argyl Saturday on Hall of Fame night at Bill Pensyl gym
Nate Owens led Bangor with 13 points while Carlos Colon scored 6, and Gabe Zieba 4. Justin Peterson, a 6-4 freshman, hit a three during his first stint as a starter.
Bangor Girls Lose Close Game
Meanwhile, the Lady Slaters lost a close game to the Lions 46-44 in a game played at Moravian.
Bangor trailed most of the game, but made a valiant effort in the final period only to fall a basket short of the Lions (7-3)
Sophomore Kaylee Holland scored seven of her career-high 16 points in the final quarter and Morgan Karasek added four of her 10 points, leading the Slaters' rally. Bangor outscored the Lions 13-9 in the final period after trailing 37-31 after three quarters.
Bangor senior Casey Walsh scored four from beyond the arc for 12 points. McCormick Karner scored four points while Madeline Minner was held to a seasonal-low of two points.
Bangor (7-2) will entertain Palisades (1-4) Wednesday night and will travel over the hill Saturday afternoon to Pen Argyl to play the Green Knights.
Bangor Girls shoot down Tigers 48-44
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Slater Basketball Teams End Year on a Roll
The Bangor Slaters basketball teams closed out 2019 winning four consecutive games. Saturday, the boys defeated Phillipsburg 40-39 in the Easton Rotary Classic while the girls got by Fleetwood 42-31.
The boys' Nate Owens connected four times from three-point range to finish with 16 points. Junior teammate Gabe Zeiba scored 14 points and point guard CJ Miles added 9.
After a 4-4 first quarter tie, the Slaters scored 12 in the second on the strength of Owens' trio of threes as Bangor surged to a 16-13 lead at half. The Stateliners tied the game after three quarters at 28-28.
Bangor (4-4) which has won three of its last four games under new head coach Colin Kessler, is idle until a home game with Northwestern Slated for January 3 at 6:45pm.
Lady Slaters Fifth Straight Win
The Slater girls (6-1) meanwhile won their fifth consecutive game, third in three days, by defeating Fleetwood 42-31 in a game played at Kutztown University. Senior Morgan Karasek led the team with 16 points, including 6-for-10 from the free throw line.
Bangor led 11-4 at the end of the first quarter and 24-17 at the half. Karasek scored 12 of her points in the second half as the Slaters eventually pulled away for the win. Madeline Minner scored 9 points, Jordan Hendricks 7, and Casey Walsh hit a pair of threes for six points. Bangor turned the ball over 20 times to 15 for Fleetwood.
The Lady Slaters are also idle until January 3 until they make the long trek to Northwestern.
Still no information available on Pen Argyl basketball.
December 12, 2019
Pen Argyl Legion 34 Rescue Fire Co. 22 – Kraig Kuster 13-1, Steve Pfeiffer 9-5, John Albanese 9-5, Ben Rea 8-2
Bangor Jax 40 Roseto Legion 16 – Eric D’imperio 12-2, Ron Andrews 11-3, Rob Tiburzi 11-3
Oxford Fire Co. 31 Liberty Fire Co. 25 – Bob Winter 12-2, Ken Hagan 10-4, Tim Steele 10-4; Evan Senay 12-2, Ryan Dentith 9-5
Hillside Rod & Gun Club 34 Second Ward Fire Co. 22 – Dave Flick, Jr. 11-3, Nate Flick 9-5, Don Ascani 9-5; Dan Lucas 9-5
East Bangor Fire Co. 37 Columbia Fire Co. 19 – John Pene 12-2, Rich Pohl 11-3; Brian Palmer 8-6
O’Neill’s Place 33 Roseto Rod & Gun Club 23 – Paul Freeby 10-4, Gerald Kinnaman 9-5, Leonard Thomas, Sr. 9-5,; Zack Clark 8-6
Bangor Elks 32 Bangor VFW 24 – Ryan Kreider 11-3, Jody Zengulis 9-5, Wayne Hill 9-5, Jerry Bubba 9-5; Ryan Comunale 9-5, Jeff LaBar 9-5
2019-2020 SBMQL SECOND HALF STANDINGS
Division 1 – Hillside Rod & Gun Club 1-0, Bangor Elks 1-0, O’Neill’s Place 1-0, Oxford Fire Co. 1-0, East Bangor Fire Co. 1-0, Pen Argyl Legion 1-0, Bangor VFW 0-1
Division 2 - Bangor Jax 1-0, Columbia Fire Co. 0-1, Second Ward Fire Co. 0-1, Liberty Fire Co. 0-1, Roseto Rod & Gun Club 0-1, Rescue Fire Co. 0-1, Roseto Legion 0-1
Bangor defeats NDES 55-23 for fifth Win
Madeline Minner scored 14 points of her game-high 17 in the first quarter leading Bangor to a 21-7 advantage going into the second quarter as the Slaters cruised to a 55-23 win over Notre Dame East Stroudsburg.
Bangor won its second straight game improving their record to 5-1 overall. Minner hit three from beyond the arc matching teammate Casey Walsh's trio of treys. Walsh finished the game with nine points and Morgan Karasek six.
The Slaters (5-1) forced 16 turnovers and shot 9-14 from the foul line. They are scheduled to play Fleetwood (5-2) 1:30 this afternoon at Kutztown University.
The Bangor Boys lost a 63-38 game to Easton in the Easton Rotary Classic Saturday night. No individual scoring stats available.
No info available for Bangor and Pen Argyl wrestling or Pen Argyl Girls and Boys basketball.
Bangor Girls stop Wilson 65-55
Bangor's Casey Walsh scored 19 points, including five threes, to lead the Slaters to a 66-55 win over Wilson in a game played Thursday at Wilson. Bangor improved to 4-1 overall and 4-1 in the Colonial League.
McCormick Karner was also in double figures for Bangor with 10 points while, Madeline Minner, Kaylee Holland and Morgan Karasek each scored eight points.
Wilson's record dropped to 5-3 overall and 3-2 in the Colonial League. Bangor had 13 turnovers to 14 for the Warriors. The Slaters led 16-8 early on, but Wilson closed the gap to 36-30 at half.
Bangor's Madeline Minner grabs a defensive rebound during the Slaters' 42-22 win over Saucon Valley Saturday. Minner led the team with 14 points, including 12 in the first half. Bangor's pressure defense forced 26 turnover leading to several scoring opportunities. Bangor's record stands at 3-1 in the Colonial League and 3-1 overall. After the Christmas break the Slaters will play Fleetwood and participate in the Wilson tourney. Sbtt Photo Larry Cory. SEE VIDEO BELOW.
Wilson Tops Bangor 63-52....
Bangor's Nate Owens blocks a shot during the Slaters' 63-52 loss to Wilson in a game played at Bangor Friday night. Owens, according to reports from other sources, unofficially led the team with 16 points. PHOTO GALLERY Sbtt Photo Larry Cory SEE VIDEO BELOW
Bangor-Wilson Second Half....
Pen Argyl Downs Saucon 56-48.....
Pen Argyl's Conor Fehr drives to the basket during the Green Knights' 56-48 win over Saucon Valley in a game played at Pen Argyl Wednesday night. PHOTO GALLERY Sbtt Photo Emily Dario. SEE VIDEO BELOW
Bangor's Emma Stout (20) drives to the basket during the Slaters' 53-10 win over Catasauqua in a game played in Bill Pensyl Gymnasium at Bangor High School. Casey Walsh (19) and Madeline Minner (11) led the team in scoring. Walsh hit four three-pointers and Minner two in the first quarter as Bangor pulled away early to lead 38-7 at the half. PHOTO GALLERY Sbtt Photo Larry Cory SEE VIDEO BELOW
Bangor's CJ Miles (5) and Jimmy Merklinger (22) are in position to rebound during the Slaters' game at Catasauqua Monday evening. PHOTO GALLERY Sbtt Photo Mark Lasher. Scoring and statistics unavailable.
Tony Jones Sets Wake Forest High Jump Mark.....
Former Slater track and field/basketball star Tony Jones recently set a new Wake Forest indoor high jump school record at 6'9" and placed in the long jump with leap of 20'7". Last spring he recorded a high jump just a shade under 6'10". Below are photos of Jones with the Bangor Slaters where he graduated in 2017.
Bangor Elks Hoop Shoot
The Bangor Elks Lodge #1106 has announced that the annual Hoop Shoot free throw contest will be held on Saturday January 4, 2020 at the Washington Elementary gymnasium. There are two divisions-girls and boys and the age groups are 8 and 9, 10 and 11, and 12 and 13. Age is determined as of April 1, 2020.
It is open to students from the following schools-Bangor, Pen Argyl, Faith Christian, NDGP, Easton, and Wilson. The contest will start at 1 PM with registration at Noon. Any questions please contact Glenn Miller at 610-703-0070.
Head Coaching Vacancies
Head Football Coach
The Pen Argyl High School is currently seeking candidates for Head Football Coach for the 2020-2021 School year. Candidates should have coaching experience at the high school or collegiate level. Prior experience and knowledge of running a football program is essential. All up to date background checks and clearances are required. Any interested applicants should send resume and application to Egan.Tim@penargylsd.org
Head Cross Country Coach
The Pen Argyl High School is currently seeking candidates for Head Cross Country Coach for the 2020-2021 School year. Candidates should have coaching experience at the high school or collegiate level. Prior experience and knowledge of running a Cross Country program is essential. All up to date background checks and clearances are required. Any interested applicants should send resume and application to Egan.Tim@penargylsd.org
Veteran Lady Slaters Ready for New Season
Bangor Coach Bill Bisci has a veteran team coming off a 17-8 season a year ago. Bisci says that , " Anyone on the roster is capable of having a productive night."
That will be tested soon when Bangor opens regular-season play at home December 9 versus Catasauqua/
Seniors Morgan Karasek, Casey Walsh, Madeline Miner, Dani Hess, Avery Schiavone, Jordan Hendricks and Faith Thompson are among the impact players. "They will be looked upon for leadership and consistency, said Bisci. Morgan, Casey, Madeline and Jordan were all starters last year. Madison Kluska and Brooke Baker were spot starters. Bisci says that the team will do well if everyone stays healthy and positive, and plays within the structure of the program. The confidence and success last year needs to carry over to this season. Need to December is huge since the Lady Slaters play 8 games in 19 days.
On the flip side the team will struggle if , "We stop working hard or overlook any team on our schedule. The success last year did not happen by chance. We worked hard and earned it. Can’t take any day for granted, said Bisci.
“We are still a work in progress program," he said. ".... everyone is working hard (Coaches, Players and Managers). We need to play one game at a time, improve every day, every week, and our goal is to be playing our best basketball at the end of the season."
"A lot of players gained valuable experience last year which should help enable us move forward as a program.”
Six Other Things To Know
The Pen Argyl Girls scrimmaged East Stroudsburg North in preparation for the new season which begins Friday in the Moravian Academy Tournament. PHOTO GALLERY Sbtt Photos Emily Dario SEE VIDEO BELOW
The Pen Argyl Boys scrimmaged East Stroudsburg North in preparation for the new season which begins Friday in the Moravian Academy Tournament. PHOTO GALLERY Sbtt Photos Emily Dario
Knights' Coach Smith Resigns
Pen Argyl Area High School Varsity Football Coach, John C. Smith has officially tendered his resignation. Coach Smith has been the Head Football Coach at Pen Argyl for the past two seasons.
Smith said, "Coaching was very rewarding and I have a wonderful bond with thousands of students and athletes. "
Coach Smith is indebted to the players in 2018 & 2019 who were receptive in reinvigorating a positive culture of brotherhood, academic achievement and worked tirelessly to achieve some tangible victories."
He has served as a head coach in the 19070's, 1980's, 1990's and the 2000's. He missed many of his children's events over the years and now plans to immerse himself in spending the greater portion of his life with his family, especially his 9 grand children who range from 17 years to 6 months.
John explained, "The experience with Pen Argyl Area School District has been phenomenal. Students and staff are wonderful to work with and for that I am deeply grateful for my 13 years as Principal and 2 years as Head Football Coach."
David Domchek (Principal) & Tim Egan (Athletic Director) thank Coach Smith for his dedication to Pen Argyl Area School District and their football team. Coach Smith cares deeply for our players and has taken an active role in leading them both on and off the field. He has always maintained that the true measure of a successful program is contingent upon the attainment of highly positive careers and to see his former students & players thriving 5, 10, 15, 20 years into the future. PAHS wishes him the very best and hope that he enjoys his retirement and time with his family.
The Pen Argyl Area School District plans to accept Coach Smith's resignation and open the position at their next School Board meeting.
The Pen Argyl cheerleaders won first place in Colonial League competition held recently at Catasauqua. (L-R) Ryleigh Hughes, Chloe Mutchler, Kirstin Hendershot, Megan Guthrie,Brianna Salamone, Danielle Muylema Second Row: Coach Lizzie Valletta, Mattia Moyer, Lauryn Male, Dezaray Adams, Adrianna Moore, Emma Kupres, Jessica Zeiner, Coach Kelly Bortz. Missing from photo: Kalista Weeast. Bangor finished third. Photo Courtesy Pen Argyl Cheering
Knights' Soccer Title Game Today
Pen Argyl Boys Soccer defeated number one seed Jim Thorpe 4-3 on penalty kicks after the teams couldn't score in two overtimes. Pen Argyl will face Notre Dame Green Pond for the third consecutive year for the District XI AA Championship 4:30pm Saturday at Emmaus. PHOTO GALLERY Sbtt Photos Emily Dario
Slaters Repeat as District Champions......
The Bangor Field Hockey team defeated Southern Lehigh 2-1 to win the District XI AA championship for the second straight year in a game played at Nazareth Wednesday night. The Slaters will begin play in the state playoffs Tuesday 7pm at Emmaus versus the fourth seeded team from District 3 which is likely to be Twin Valley or Northern York. Photo Courtesy Slater Athletics @ Twitter.
Pen Argyl Wins Historic 100th Rivalry Game
Jack Parry sings the National Anthem prior to the 100th Rivalry game played Saturday in Paul Farnan Field at Bangor Memorial Park before an estimated 5,500 - 6,000 fans, which is one of the largest crowds to attend the rivalry game in the post-Turkey Day era. PHOTO GALLERY PHOTO GALLERY 2 Sbtt Photos Larry Cory, Mark Lasher, and Emily Dario. VIDEO BELOW
Bangor's Kaylee Holland attempts to gain control of the ball during the Slaters' 9-0 win over East Stroudsburg North in a semi final game of the District XI AA tournament played Wednesday at Nazareth. Holland scored three goals in the first half to lead the Slaters. Bangor will play Southern Lehigh, an 8-0 winner over East Stroudsburg South, next week for the District championship at a site and time TBA. PHOTO GALLERY Sbtt Photo Larry Cory See VIDEO BELOW. Best viewed in full screen mode. Can alo be uploaded to a Smart TV of any size. Also available at our Town Topics YouTube channel.
Trivia answer: Two teammates on a Slate Belt community baseball team in the 1920s went on to play pro sports. Only one played in a rivalry game. Who were they? The answer: John Shebo Schultz and Andy “Pip” Koehler.
Slate Belt Pros
Shebo Shultz NFL .... "Pip" Koehler MLB and ABL
by Larry Cory
John Shebo Shultz played for the Frankford Yellow Jackets of the NFL in six games and started one. He was the captain of the Pen Argyl High School undefeated football team in 1924 and starred at Temple. Later he became a teacher at Ashland,PA High School in Ashland. He died in 1932 .
Prior to Temple, Shultz played for the Pen Argyl A.A. baseball team during the summer of 1924 just after graduation
Andy “Pip” Koehler was also a member of the Pen Argyl A.A. after his graduation from Penn State in 1924 where he was a star athlete. Koehler was born and raised in Gilbert, Pa , just a stone’s throw or two from Stroudsburg.
Mose Amy, was well known in Pen Argyl for playing with the Pen Argyl Tiger football team as the right end in 1902 when he was just 17 years old. Amy was also involved in Pen Argyl sports for many years and was a borough councilman.
Amy knew about Koehler and that he lived nearby. He successfully recruited him to play second base for the Pen Argyl A.A. where Shultz played briefly as a catcher. Koehler, however, wanted more than a career with a community baseball team. And why not? He was a star Penn State was also an excellent basketball player.
A year later in 1925, Koehler went to Florida for a tryout with the New York Giants managed by John McGraw. McGraw arranged a game with Koehler and some other young players and put him in right field because, he said, there was less chance of a ball hitting him in the head. Koehler, not only avoided any errors or blows to the head, but also made several great catches in the outfield and had a double and a triple in three trips to plate.
The Giants signed Koehler and brought him to major leagues later in 1925 as a defensive replacement and pinch runner. He appeared in 12 games, scored one run and was 0-2 at the plate. He was later sent to Toledo in AAA where he played for Casey Stengel. During 11 years with Toledo he batted .275.
When he wasn’t playing baseball, he played professional basketball with the Fort Wayne Chiefs of the American Basketball League, a forerunner of the NBA. In 1927-28 season he averaged 3.2 points per game, low by today’s standards, but Joe Lapchick only led the league with an 8.4 average.
Koehler later coached in ABL for two seasons. His career record was 26-8, winning the championship one year and losing in the finals the next.
Community Baseball Added
D9 Catasauqua L
D11 NDGP L
D13 Wilson L 63-52
D16 Emmaus W 59-51
D17 Northern Lehigh W 61-41
D21 Saucon Valley W 69-31
D27 Easton L 63-38
D28 Phillipsburg W 40-39
J3 Northwestern L 55-51 (2OT)
J6 Moravian Acad L 50-31
J8 Palisades L 67-57
J9 Salisbury L
J11 Pen Argyl W 62-32
J14 NDGP W 67-65
J16 Southern Lehigh W 60-53
J18 Wilson W 69-66 (OT)
J23 Freedom L 70-42
J25 Saucon Valley W 57-49
J28 Moravian W
J30 Palmerton L
F1 Palisades W
F5 Pen Argyl W
F8 Palmerton W
F11 Moravian W
Pen Argyl (2-18)
D6 Moravian Tourney L
D7 Moravian Tourney L
D9 Salisbury L 65-48
D11 Saucon Valley W 56-48
D17 Catasauqua L 59-29
D19 Palisades L 55-44
D27 Belvidere Tourney W 3:00
D28 Belvidere Tourney L TBA
J3 Northern Lehigh L 39-31
J6 NDGP L
J8 Wilson L 61-39
J10 Southern Lehigh L 49-46
J11 Bangor L 62-33
14 Saucon Valley L 50-41
J17 Moravian Academy L 44-31
J21 Palisades L
J23 Palmerton L 56-46
J25 Weatherly ?
J28 NDGP L
J30 Northwestern L
F1 Wilson (A) L
F5 Bangor (H) 6:45
D9 Catasauqua W 53-10
D11 NDGP (H) L 44-31
D17 Northern Lehigh W 42-22
D21 Saucon Valley W 42-22
D26 Wilson W 65-55
D27 NDES W 55-23
D28 Fleetwood W 42-31
J3 Northwestern W 48-44
J6 Moravian L 46-44
J8 Palisades W 40-23
J9 Salisbury W 51-13
J11 Pen Argyl W 62-22
J13 ESN W 48-11
14 NDGP (A) L 48-35
J16 Southern Lehigh W
J18 Wilson W 65-52
J22 ESS W 51-39
J25 Saucon Valley W 65-17
J28 Moravian L 36-34
J30 Palmerton L 41-35
F1 Palisades W 59-28
F4 Pen Argyl (H) 6:45
Pen Argyl (5-16)
D6 Moravian Tourney W 45-23
D7 Moravian Tourney L 36-29
D9 Salisbury W 57-39
D11 Saucon Valley W 60-41
D12 Jim Thorpe L 60-24
D17 Catasauqua W 51-33
D19 Palisades L 41-27
D27 Stroudsburg L
J3 Northern Lehigh L 41-36
J6 NDGP L
J8 Wilson L 45-16
J10 Southern Lehigh W 52-49
J11 Bangor L 62-32
J14 Saucon Valley L 33-29
J17 Moravian L 77-22
J18 Quakertown ppd
J21 Palisades L
J23 Palmerton L
J28 NDGP L
J30 Northwestern (L
F1 Wilson L
F4 Bangor (A) 6:45
Pen Argyl (2-2)
D7 Rough Rider Tourney (A)
D10 Wilson L 55-22
D12 Northwestern W 42-33
D18 Saucon Valley L 67-9
D20 Lehighton W 39-27
D28 HurricaneTourney (A) 9:00am
D29 Hurricane Tourney (A) 9:00am
J7 Catasauqua (H) 7:00pm
J9 NDGP (A) 7:00pm
J11 Souderton Duals (A) 9:15am
J15 Northern Lehigh (A) 7:00
J18 Palisades (H) Noon
J22 Bangor (H) 7:00pm
J24 Coal Cracker Tourney (A)TBA
J24 Coal Cracker Tourney (A)TBA
J27 League Tourney
F1 District XI Team Tourney
F11 Tamaqua (H) 6:00pm
F21 District XI Individual Tourney
D7 Honesdale (L) 48-34
D7 North Penn (L) 48-30
D7 Faith Christian Acad. L 58-24
D7 Western Wayne L 42-36
D7 St. Joseph's Prep L 32-30
D10 Palisades W 36-29
D12 Northern Lehigh W 39-31
D14 Downtingtown East L 45-24
D14 Central Bucks South W 45-27
D18 Wilson L 51-22
D27 Trojans Wars (H) TBA
D28 Trojan Wars (H) TBA
J4 Zephyr Duals (A) 8:45am
J7 Palmerton (A) 7:00pm
J9 Saucon Valley (A) 7:00pm
J15 Salisbury (A) 7:00pm
J17 NDGP (H) 7:00pm
J22 Pen Argyl (A) 7:00pm
J27 League Tourney (A)5:00pm