The Lane Press, Inc has announced the implementation of the JDF- (Job Definition Format) compliant HIFLEXPRINT and Creo Prinergy solutions for a complete end-to-end automation of the printing process. Lane Press is the first North American printer with an integrated manufacturing resource planning (MRP) solution and prepress system. Together, these solutions provide real- time, job-specific data flow throughout the manufacturing process. According to Philip Drumheller, president of Lane Press, this action represents a sweeping process improvement in printing. The Lane Press implementation of HIFLEX and Prinergy will be completed this summer.
Despite a late comeback bid by the Vikings, the Seahawks held on for a 37-30 win in a back-and-forth battle on “Monday Night Football.”Minnesota (8-4) went into halftime with a 17-10 lead, keeping Seattle (10-2) and its raucous home crowd in check for most of the game’s first 30 minutes. The Seahawks were far from finished, though, ripping off 24 straight points, highlighted by a 60-yard touchdown pass from Russell Wilson to David Moore late in the third quarter and a Rashaad Penny touchdown run following a Kirk Cousins interception. [email protected] gets the ball out [email protected] bounces off a defender and takes off for a gain of 36 yards! #SKOL📺: #MINvsSEA on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/1EyFLelCig pic.twitter.com/vUaGK0oWfD— NFL (@NFL) December 3, 20198:23 p.m.: Carson makes his way to the medical tent and Seattle punts it away. Kirk Cousins and the Vikings are set to get going on offense. 8:20 p.m.: Seattle tries to establish the run on its first drive but the Vikings stop a toss to Chris Carson on third-and-1 near midfield. Carson is down and being attended to by the medical staff. 8:16 p.m.: The Vikings kick off and the Seahawks will get started at the 27. MORE: Updated NFL playoff picture after Week 13The Vikings, who entered the night hoping to keep pace with the Packers in the NFC North division race, nearly had enough to dig out of a 17-point hole in the final quarter. Laquon Treadwell was left all alone for an easy 58-yard touchdown reception, and Kyle Rudolph had a one-handed snag in the end zone to bring Minnesota within one possession of the Seahawks with just over seven minutes to play. The Vikings got the ball back with just over three minutes remaining, but that’s when Seattle’s defense stepped up. Minnesota opted to go for it on 4th-and-3 from their own 42 before the two-minute warning, but Cousins’ pass to Irv Smith was off the mark. Chris Carson, who had a stellar night with 102 rushing yards and a touchdown, helped run out the clock to propel the Seahawks to the top spot in the NFC playoff hunt.Sporting News tracked live scoring updates and highlights of Vikings vs. Seahawks.Vikings vs. Seahawks live score 1Q2Q3Q4QFVikings71001330Seahawks73171037FINALSeahawks — 37Vikings — 30Vikings vs. Seahawks scoring playsFirst quarter8:16 — Dalvin Cook 2-yard rush (Vikings 7-0)0:14 — Chris Carson 1-yard rush (tied 7-7)Second quarter5:18 — Anthony Harris 20-yard interception return (Vikings 14-7)1:02 — Jason Myers 29-yard field goal (Vikings 14-10)0:00 — Dan Bailey 47-yard field goal (Vikings 17-10)Third quarter9:02 — Rashaad Penny 1-yard rush (tied 17-17)5:49 — Jason Myers 29-yard field goal (Seahawks 20-17)0:13 — David Moore 60-yard reception (Seahawks 27-17)Fourth quarter13:30 — Rashaad Penny 13-yard reception (Seahawks 34-17)12:59 — Laquon Treadwell 58-yard reception (Seahawks 34-24)7:19 — Kyle Rudolph 3-yard reception (Seahawks 34-30)0:21 — Myers 36-yard field goal (Seahawks 37-30)Vikings vs. Seahawks updates, highlightsFinal: Seahawks 37, Vikings 3011:28 p.m.: The kickoff is fielded by C.J. Ham but the Seahawks force a fumble and Seattle recovers, putting the finishing touches on the win. 11:26 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, SEAHAWKS. Carson is stopped on third down, setting up Myers’ 36-yard field goal with 21 seconds left. Seahawks 37, Vikings 30.11:20 p.m.: Carson breaks between the tackle for an 11-yard gain for a first down as the clock strikes 2:00. Vikings have just one timeout left. 11:17 p.m.: Cousins’ pass is incomplete and the Vikings will turn it over on downs. 11:17 p.m.: Minnesota is faced with a 4th-and-3 with 2:31 remaining from their own 42. 11:14 p.m.: Rudolph has a 19-yard reception to move the chains right off the bat for the Vikings. 11:13 p.m.: Metcalf is unable to weave his way for the first down on the screen play. Vikings should get the ball back with three minutes and change remaining. 11:11 p.m.: Wilson tries his signature scramble but is tripped up and taken down for a 13-yard loss to make it third-and-19 with just over four minutes to go. 11:06 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, VIKINGS. Kyle Rudolph extends for out a one-handed snag to reel in a touchdown score and make it a one-possession game with seven minutes to play. The extra-point attempt is brutally missed, though. Seahawks 34, Vikings 30. This @KyleRudolph82 one-handed TD catch: 😍 #Skol📺: #MINvsSEA on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/1EyFLelCig pic.twitter.com/CAYMkVOSHc— NFL (@NFL) December 3, 201911:03 p.m.: Tre Flowers is called for pass interference, allowing the Vikings to set up shop at the Seattle 25. 10:56 p.m.: Metcalf comes up a first-down grab but the football is jarred loose by the Vikings and is recovered by Minnesota. The officials, however, rule it as an incomplete pass. After review, the play is decided to be a fumble after all. 10:52 p.m.: The Vikings stop the Seahawks but Pete Carroll pulls out a fake punt that goes for 29 yards to the Minnesota 39. 10:45 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, VIKINGS. The Seahawks have massively broken coverage and Cousins finds Laquon Treadwell for a 58-yard touchdown score to slow the momentum. Seahawks 34, Vikings 24. Laquon Treadwell. 58 yards. @Vikings TD! @KirkCousins8 @SuccessfulQuon #Skol📺: #MINvsSEA on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/1EyFLelCig pic.twitter.com/O0SxVkU0HT— NFL (@NFL) December 3, 201910:39 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, SEAHAWKS. Wilson dumps off to Penny out of the shotgun and Penny breaks a series of tackles en route for the score. Seahawks have scorched the Vikings for 24 unanswered points. Seahawks 34, Vikings 17.Rashaad Penny [email protected] scores his 2nd TD and the @Seahawks lead is now 34-17! @DangeRussWilson #Seahawks📺: #MINvsSEA on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/1EyFLelCig pic.twitter.com/T5aNeUxGAl— NFL (@NFL) December 3, 201910:36 p.m.: Cousins’ pass to Diggs is juggled and then picked off by Tre Flowers at the Minnesota 25. Danger time for the Vikings. End of third quarter: Seahawks 27, Vikings 1710:30 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, SEAHAWKS. David Moore is left wide open and Wilson hits him with a perfectly-placed ball for a 60-yard touchdown with five seconds to play in the quarter. Seahawks 27, Vikings 17.WIDE [email protected] to David Moore for a 60-yard @Seahawks touchdown! @DmoeSwagg23 #Seahawks📺: #MINvsSEA on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/1EyFLelCig pic.twitter.com/DpB539LcIE— NFL (@NFL) December 3, 201910:24 p.m.: Seattle shuts down Minnesota after just five plays, forcing another punt. 10:17 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, SEAHAWKS. Myers connects on a 29-yard attempt to give the Seahawks their first lead of the night off the Vikings turnover. Seahawks 20, Vikings 17.10:07 p.m.: Seattle forces Cook to fumble and Bradley McDougald is on it at the Vikings 26. Big momentum shift for the Seahawks. 10:03 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, SEAHAWKS. Rashaad Penny takes a shotgun pitch in from a yard out to cap off the scoring drive. Vikings 17, Seahawks 17.Rashaad Penny into the end zone! @pennyhendrixxWe’re all tied up 17-17 in Seattle! #Seahawks📺: #MINvsSEA on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/1EyFLelCig pic.twitter.com/Wua39O5207— NFL (@NFL) December 3, 201910:02 p.m.: First-and-goal for the Seahawks after a 25-yard Carson run and a late-hit penalty on Xavier Rhodes. 10 p.m.: Metcalf’s 8-yard reception gets Seattle across midfield and into Vikings territory. 9:50 p.m.: Cousins is stripped on third down as the ball rolls loose but the Vikings fall on it. Minnesota will punt from its own 9. 9:48 p.m.: A touchback gets the second half started and the Vikings will start from their 25. Halftime: Vikings 17, Seahawks 10StatsPossession: Seahawks 18:40, Vikings 11:20First downs: Seahawks 11, Vikings 9Third downs: Vikings 4-6, Seahawks 3-6Total yards: Seahawks 182, Vikings 180Rushing yards: Seahawks 85, Vikings 55Passing yards: Vikings 125, Seahawks 97Penalties: Vikings 1-10, Seahawks 0-0Turnovers: Vikings 0, Seahawks 19:34 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, VIKINGS. Dan Bailey’s 47-yard attempt is through the uprights and Minnesota heads to the locker room with a touchdown lead in Seattle. Vikings 17, Seahawks 10.9:34 p.m.: Cousins completes a pair of quick seconds to get Minnesota to the Seattle 30 with exactly a second left. Vikings are setting up for the field goal. 9:31 p.m.: Cook gets to the Seattle 49 on a screen play with 12 seconds remaining. Vikings take a timeout. 9:26 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, SEAHAWKS. Jason Myers converts a 29-yard field goal to bring the Seahawks within four with 58 seconds before half. Vikings 14, Seahawks 10.9:20 p.m.: Seattle is back in the red zone after Rashaad Penny’s 13-yard run to the Vikings 12. 9:13 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, VIKINGS. Minnesota deflects Wilson’s pass and Wilson attempted to bat the pass down but instead knocks the ball back up to Anthony Harris who makes the interception and cashes it in for the touchdown. Vikings 14, Seahawks 7.One of the craziest Pick-6s you’ll ever see.Anthony Harris to the 🏠 for 6️⃣! @HOOSDatDude #SKOL📺: #MINvsSEA on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/1EyFLelCig pic.twitter.com/Ib0MTn9x5t— NFL (@NFL) December 3, 20199:08 p.m.: Cousins is flushed out of the pocket and has to throw it away, ending Minnesota’s drive at their own 42. Another punt coming. 8:58 p.m.: Wilson finds Jacob Hollister on third down but he is caught a yard short of the first down. Seattle will punt it back. 8:53 p.m.: Seahawks lock up the Vikings on third down near midfield to get the stop. Minnesota will punt it away. End of first quarter: Vikings 7, Seahawks 78:44 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, SEAHAWKS. Carson plunges in for a walk-in 1-yard touchdown to answer the Vikings score. Vikings 7, Seahawks 7.The @Seahawks even the score on a @ccarson_32 one-yard TD 🙌 #Seahawks📺: #MINvsSEA on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/1EyFLelCig pic.twitter.com/9P5LFTHSQ3— NFL (@NFL) December 3, 20198:42 p.m.: Russell Wilson’s quick pass to D.K. Metcalf has Seattle set up at the 1 after a 19-yard gain. 8:27 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, VIKINGS. Dalvin Cook receives a toss from the 2-yard line and makes his way in for the score with ease. Stefon Diggs’ 27-yard end-around run on the prior play helped set up the touchdown. Vikings 7, Seahawks 0.In goes @dalvincook to give the @Vikings an early 7-0 lead! #SKOL📺: #MINvsSEA on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/1EyFLelCig pic.twitter.com/cE1Bjunf4m— NFL (@NFL) December 3, 20198:24 p.m.: Cousins is under massive pressure but dumps it off to C. J. Ham for 36 yards to the Seattle 38. Big play for the Vikings on their opening drive.
Uganda is slated to take part in the 2018 CECAFA Women Championships (Photo by FUFA Media)CECFA Women’s Championships 2018Starting Thursday, 19th JulyKigali – RwandaUganda National women team has been summoned to start preparations for the upcoming 2018 CECAFA Championship that kicks off on 19th of July in Rwanda.The summoned team comprises of only local based players and come the majority come from the heavy weights of the FUFA Women Elite league.The first training session is scheduled for Saturday 7th July-3PM at StarTimes Stadium Lugogo.Faridah Bulega is the Head Coach assisted by Edward Kaziba. Jaames Magala is the Goalkeeping coach while Olive Mbekeka is the fitness trainer.The squad has the following players.Goalkeepers:Nakaziro Daisy (Mutesa I Royal University), Adeke Juliet (Kawempe Moslem), Nakiguba Cissy (Kampala Queens).Defenders:Namuddu Viola (Makerere University), Nankya Shadi (Uganda Matyers High School), Aluka Grace (Kawempe Moslem), Aisha Namukisa (Kampala Queens), Bridget Nabisalu (Ajax Queens), Annet Birabwa (Mutesa I Royal University), Gladys Nakito Namukisa (Kampala Queens).Midfielders:Tracy Jones Akiror (Kawempe Moslem), Shakirah Mutibwa (Gafford Ladies), Favour Nambatya (Mutesa I Royal University), Norah Alupo (Olila high School), Teddy Najjuma (UCU Lady Cardinals), Esther Nalumba (Uganda Matyers High School), Phiona Nabumba (Ajax Queens), Spencer Nakachwa (Uganda Matyers High School), Ritah Nabbosa (Un Attached).Forwards:Juliet Nalukenge (Kawempe Moslem), Zainah Namuleme (Kampala Queens), Liz Nakigozi (Mutesa I Royal University), Monica Namwase (Gafford Ladies), Winnie Babirye (Kampala Queens), Marbale Kusasira (Kampala Queens).Coaching Staff:Faridah Bulega – Head CoachEdward Kaziba – Assistant CoachJames Magala – Goalkeeping CoachPaul Ssali – ManagerOlive Mbekeka – Fitness TrainerComments Tags: CECAFA Women’s challenge cup