North Carolina guard Cole Anthony became an instant star Wednesday, but his mind is already on to the next game.Anthony set an ACC freshman-debut record with 34 points as the No. 9 Tar Heels (1-0, 1-0 ACC) dropped Notre Dame (0-1, 0-1) 76-65 in the schools’ season and conference openers in Chapel Hill. “We’ve got practice (Thursday). We’ve got to clock back in. We’ve got a game on Friday (at UNC Wilmington),” he said.Cole Anthony on his unreal debut #Humble pic.twitter.com/n1SZ5d4lPo— Joe Mazur (@joemazurabc11) November 7, 2019That Anthony is eager to get back on the court so quickly after playing 37 minutes has to be music to the ears of Roy Williams. The UNC coach appears intent on riding a player who is expected to be a high lottery pick, if not the first overall selection, in next year’s NBA Draft. UNC coach Roy Williams being asked about Cole Anthony playing almost all the minutes in early season games:“I don’t believe in this load management crap in the NBA. You pay me $25 million a year and my load is going to be pretty light.”— Jared Weiss (@JaredWeissNBA) November 7, 2019Williams, suffice it to say, isn’t a fan of how NBA teams pick and choose when their stars play. Anthony isn’t making millions yet, so he can look forward to a full workload for as long as he’s playing for Williams. It sounds as though the kid is ready for the challenge. NBA MOCK DRAFT: Anthony No. 1 on SN’s boardWhat a debut for Cole Anthony! He finishes with 34 points, 11 rebounds, and 5 assists as @UNC_Basketball picks up the win.#ACCMBBpic.twitter.com/obVfgUsUoJ— ACC Men’s Basketball (@accmbb) November 7, 2019Afterward, the son of former UNLV and NBA guard Greg Anthony displayed a pro-game influence.
Local residents are being encouraged to help stop violence against women through an annual event.The ‘Take Back the Night’ campaign is being hosted by the Women’s Resource Society in Fort St. John.- Advertisement -The international campaign helps promote women’s safety in the community, including in the home and in public places. It also helps promote women’s right to say no to violence, says Emily Goodman, executive director of the Women’s Resource Centre.[asset|aid=3184|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=5b5fca33222d8160e0a53b164aa0d094-Emily Goodman 1_1_Pub.mp3] The campaign has been in place for more than 30 years. According to the official Take Back the Night website, the first ever event took place in Philadelphia in Oct. of 1975.This year’s local event begins Tuesday evening at around 8 p.m., following the Society’s Annual General Meeting.Advertisement Goodman says it will begin at the North Peace Cultural Centre with a candlelit march around the city’s downtown area. She encourages everyone who wants to speak out against violence against women to participate.