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"sabrina haynes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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07:50 min | 2 years ago

"sabrina haynes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"First quarter Howard with a dribble pulls up from twenty five that was two eight UK healthcare play of the game U. K. healthcare the power of advanced medicine Ryan Howard hit some big time threes one towards the end of the first quarter another one towards the end of the third quarter as she scored a game high twenty six today to go along with ten rebounds for a double double at Kentucky up bids Mississippi state seventy three to sixty two they improved their record at memorial Coliseum be sure to twelve and one end up lost in the story line of this huge team went for Kentucky head coach Matthew Mitchell picked up win number three hundred as the Wildcats had bad congradulations to kid coach Matthew Mitchell on reaching the three hundred mile stone this afternoon as his team scores a huge win over Mississippi state it's time now to name our defender of the game brought to you by Kentucky farm bureau insurance in tonight's defender of the game you could pull from a number of different areas but we're going to give it to Sabrina Hayes who had a game high or a team high three steals she had three rebounds and a block shots Sabrina Haynes is our defender of the game brought to you by Kentucky farm bureau insurance big on commitments gets wet it seventy three sixty two over Mississippi state Kentucky approves the nineteen at five now eight and for the SEC the Bulldogs slipped to tended to with the copper it's two games behind South Carolina in the standings and they are now twenty two and four overall this game featured a game of runs Kentucky fell down early six to nothing is Mississippi state guide to hit him in the mouth right on the open except state was playing faster they were at full speed going down hill they turned Kentucky over and scored six straight points two of them on driving layups another one on the free throw line jumpers you're thinkin Ole boy this could be an interesting afternoon coach Matthew Mitchell called time out the Wildcats regrouped and coming out of that total they responded with a couple of punches to the face of their own as they went on a nineteen the three run capped at the in the first quarter by that Ryan Howard three from deep at Kentucky let it nineteen denied at the at the end of the first quarter Mississippi state had a couple road St Kentucky went back and forth in the second quarter Kentucky got their lead up to twelve at thirty to eighteen and the Mississippi state came back and went on a six oh run to the end the first half and at the break Kentucky was only on top by three thirty five thirty two Kentucky though seize momentum right back to start the third quarter as they came out and hit a quick shot and Mississippi state Kentucky would go back and forth early in the third quarter in fact at one point Mississippi state had the lead down to two at thirty nine thirty seven but that was when Kentucky really had the what I would consider the knock out run as they outscored Mississippi state twenty two to four over the final seven minutes and fifty three seconds of the third quarter that spilled into the Ford would Kentucky took their largest lead of the game at sixty one to forty one Mississippi state at nine turnovers in only three made field goals in that span and in the fourth quarter Mississippi state was able to out score Kentucky twenty one to sixteen but by then the damage had been done at Kentucky hangs on to the comfortable lead and knocks off Mississippi state seventy three to sixty two years of applause here at the Coliseum is our player of the game Ryan Howard has made her way out here fresh off a big victory in so we'll get to ride a bike to appear twenty six points and ten rebounds this afternoon in the win over Mississippi state right congratulations this was an excellent team victory for you today thank you take us through what changed in the time out in that first quarter they came out scored the first six points and then out of the timeout you guys went on a nineteen three run what was the message from coach Mitchell he just everywhere focus then we just had to get it together and get the team together and then everything was dark like sauces are following and we would be able to contain a double jobs you and I talked earlier this week about the adjustments you're having to make with the brace on your left hand what were you able to do during this game to try to minimize having to use it when you could I know it's not something you can just go the whole game without but how did he try to minimize it coaches calling plays am I so I will go to the side where I would come up and be able to go to my right hand or to be able to use my right hand more than I would have to use my left when you're driving to the basket obviously they're very physical you rep to go through contact how much adjustment that you have to do with that trying to get into the paint go to the basket it was just thanks John with the ball in being able to bring it in so they can just around smashing it up I got to ask you about a couple of your teammates let's start with jade Roper because it feels like whenever this team needs big shot you guys find number thirty two AM but she's always open I think we have a lot of confidence in her and so that gives some sense to herself and we just stressors like that shot and we know that she's going to hit it she's days after every practice and it's not so and it's just everything's come together in a star in the show she's not afraid to go inside and mixed up with those big either issue and are looking like this you have the best shot on the team we're we're would you say you do who's got the best is going to be right there I think that has it touching on a wide is come off the bench last couple games it looks like she's feeling more comfortable and confident out there yeah we trust her down there and we're trying to get her the bomb or that because we know she can take good shots and she's smart when she gets it I think she's going to go confidence in itself as well we just I keep enough let me go back to the game and ask about the second half they cut the lead to two thirty nine thirty seven and you guys take off on a twenty two to four run what was the key for the team there at the end of the third quarter into the fourth when you guys were really able to separate from them just keep attacking them they couldn't garner double Dr and if they could just kick it up with three can saying they're dribble drives and locate their shooters and keep them off the boards right Howard is our guest what what is that a win like this against Mississippi state what is a win like this mean for this thing it's a great statement when we definitely need at this simple way and as he sees in the rankings and stuff it just proves that where a better than what we've been showing over the past couple games and that we can really come out and compete how big was the bye week coming off Arkansas getting ready for state how big was that by on Thursday just to maybe reset or even catch your breath a little bit I'm I think it was real good so just come in and just be able to refocus and just let everything that happened just go we came into practice it was great to practices and then we just we caught on everything that we were supposed to and just yeah executed yeah coach Mitchell got wind number three hundred this was a nice way to give him that what three hundred wins for coach Reid thanks so much for coming out here congradulations great win today great performance this with bills I'm sure pretty good for the students thank you all right that's Ron Howard our player the game twenty six points ten rebounds for a double double she also cross the one thousand point plateau so she's got that milestone in her pocket now she gives us a little smile the fist pump Kentucky beats Mississippi state seventy three to sixty two will continue with while get wrapped up in the Coliseum in just a moment on the U. 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"sabrina haynes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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02:43 min | 2 years ago

"sabrina haynes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Radio eight forty WHAS consecutive morning news could check in sports Dallas got this year thank you very much Tony last time but we still got ninety minutes to go here this morning still trying to fit all the sports and it's crazy Tuesday let's get started with some girls high school basketball shall we the new rankings Rodham well number one and number two stayed the same there was some movement in this weeks rankings number one of course is Sacred Heart at seventeen and one fall but number two Simon Kenton meanwhile number three Butler jump to spots after wins over assumption and Lebanon of Tennessee last week Elizabethtown comes in at number four Christian academy slips two spots to number five and number six is Bethlehem a newcomer to the port twenty one into the jumped in the rankings after they got they won the all a state tournament bodies comes in at number seven Madisonville north Hopkins is eight and there's a time for night between Casey county and Notre Dame after dropping three of the last four by the way mercy only out of the top ten this week it is a big big week at valley high school is the girls level invitational tournament moving over from what was previously held at Bellarmine university in action get started today at three thirty with the girls with P. R. P. taking on central number three but we will battle eastern at five o'clock your evening session will start with manual taking on Ballard and I Campbell have assumption going against the male cigar bullies to number five Christian academy and mercy have buys into tomorrow the double buys however go to George Rogers Clark rile and number for Liz baton along with number six Bethlehem other action tonight in girls basketball dass at Fairdale Senecas at brown southern is that Casey D. in Tate's creek is that the see Oldham county Indiana southern Indiana girls high school basketball last night silver creek gets the win over Holy Cross tonight it is Henryville taking on Clarksville Providence will travel to Crawford County Perry central's at Rock Creek west Washington is at Borden Jennings county is at Floyd central following wins over Virginia and pit the university of local women's basketball team is holding steady at number five in this week's AP poll Kentucky who spoke games with Texas a and M. and Ellis you last week slip just one spot to number thirteen is they took on offer last night inside memorial Coliseum in Lexington where was redshirt senior Sabrina Haynes tying her season high with seventeen points as the cats held off Auburn sixty eight to sixty one they moved to sixteen and three on the season five and two in the SEC visit Missouri that on Thursday Indian women's basketball by the way dropping three spots to number twenty and of course it is Superbowl media days getting under way in Miami ahead of the big game this weekend or be a week's worth of hype and we'll have it all covered for you here at news radio eight forty WHAS and for the artist previously known as honey badger chief safety Tara Matthew says he's grateful and eager to simply just be playing in the big game so great record be healthy have.

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"sabrina haynes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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09:28 min | 2 years ago

"sabrina haynes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Huge afternoon for chastity Patterson in a big way and for the cats as they defeat Florida in Gainesville final score sixty five to forty five chassis with a career high twenty points Ron Howard leading the scores with twenty two and the cats really did a nice job defensively we've talked about the turnovers they generated but they held Kiki Smith the sixteen points which was run around or average Arial Johnson at ten points off the bench but the bigger one was lavender bricks of really talented freshmen for Florida came in top ten in the league in scoring and they held her to just two points this afternoon on one of eight shooting Kentucky's defense did a really nice job with Florida's guards as they improved fourteen into doubt three and one in the SEC and the cats will go home to face Texas a and M. on Thursday right now the Aggies ranked in the top ten they do not play today and so they've got week to prepare for their game in Lexington that'll be a six thirty tip at the Coliseum will be on the air at six fifteen with the pre game show so Patterson providing the big moments today that three you just heard was tonight's UK healthcare play the game U. K. healthcare the power of advanced medicine will check the central bank SEC scoreboard is Kentucky gets the win and right now the only other game in progress Tennessee has rallied from an early deficit against Georgia lady vols leading forty seven to thirty seven with four twenty four to go in the third quarter there at home against Georgia this afternoon we're joined by head coach Matthew Mitchell here court side and coach this one was if you love defense today was the day for Turkey defensively it sure was there and and I'm just telling you a tough tough opening two weekends of this out of this season play in two of the most talented gifted teams on the first on the first weekend play into really talented James a second we get on the road and eight PM eastern tip in Tuscaloosa then have to head back home and get back up you're not talked about in the pre game yeah twelve noon ten up here not an easy stretch and old on that kind of day for our defense to show up just incredible I I I was is is happy and satisfied with this when is I've been in one long time and it was a significant wind force we're talking about the defense to play today where would you like to start the twenty five turnovers or the fact that they were able to hold a score like bricks to just two points there are really good job by just multiple players on the team really played together and they need to as you saw early in the game they need to to get past you and lay the ball up to be an effective office of Tamar we just started really consistently level off drives a making of shoot contested shots and just a tremendous job there and we affected of certainly early in the game you know by the forces of turnovers and I thought that helped us a lot but unbelievable performance from that standpoint twenty five forced and only committed six that is that is give yourself a chance to win and hard hard on the opponent to win when you have something like that so the turnovers were great offensively Ron Howard twenty two points Jesse Patterson with twenty one note when both of them are in the twenties scoring this is going to be a hard team to beat down on I. L. own afternoon where really tough shooting for our our team as a whole yeah I mean just a really difficult day get the ball in the basket and I thought the players were working hard and it's just one of those days they're not I think it was a lack of effort I don't think was like execution we just could not get the ball in the basket and just being able to hang in there and hang in there with your defense and finally it'll spark there the second half and were able to pull away just tremendous performance from a player's Ryan got a little banged up there here need it looks like but you did finish the game how's she doing she's doing well and and finish the game strong and always scary situation on any of our players goes down like that and she was able to shake it off rally and come on back so that was really good yeah what she got the steel in the breakaway it looked like it would bother to now and I was a great place what what can you say about the performance from chassis today really trying to pick this team up with that was what it was in that well we're very happy that that says he was able to contribute offensively but what we've been really after her own is trying to take a step for defensively and I thought of after a slow start defensively see really picked it up and and made an impact on that into the floor particularly in the second half so that is what we need her to do that was a very very good development for our tape that that the scoring sheet she's really really good at that really gifted the shot the ball well today made some plays and clearly on a day where we needed it you know what we were we were struggling offensively so so good so happy for her you know her I think her best overall performance is a wild cat and and still you know four games into her career you guys are the five games in her career you do sell it continue to to understand that and I have two was our coach have to understand that and I think what they protested some some extra work defensively he's got a really help her this week coming up and I think you'll just see her continue to get better and better Sabrina Haynes feels like that steady score you're going to get ten to twelve points they were not but it feels like especially in this run of three wins and SEC play her shots have been made in big moments when the other team starting to feel a little better she seems to just put the dagger every time well that three over here on this left wing you and I have like an adviser that was a dagger shot I was so point we needed that when that I thought that it was the dagger out thought that yeah really got us to a spot where it was gonna be hard for Florida to score enough to to to to to get us you know and and and the time to started to run out on him so that was big but let it let's talk about her defense said somebody that I've been asking for better defense from and in this this week and and and these last few games is really done a good job and she was particularly good I don't think we're that great defensively Thursday night Alabama thought we just sort out score Alabama and we're not just going to be able to do that very often there and we got away with it on Thursday so we implored the team to play better defense today we held Florida to their season low and real real proud of that it it took tremendous effort Florida is a dynamic offensive team and really really proud of the team another day of holding a and an opponent to really minimal three point shooting really not a factor in any of the games here recently how much of that is attributed to just the fact that these guards are so experience for your team verses their quickness to close out and really push him off but once a good combination you know we we have some better guards that are that are that are making plays but you know is that is that desire that that we have to do to to try to Stoke every day in practice really haven't sent up practice taken out we just came through a really rough couple weeks trying to make sure we're ready to go and so we will continue to practice hard but I think they understand what they have to do you know we're we're trying to get up on the ball one arm length away and no further off and it's really really important that we just keep doing that and so we're we're we're proud of our men what we had a good defensive team is is part of our equation for being the counting we want to be you and I have a radio show show tomorrow night from seven to seven thirty but will the team get a little bit to recuperate here still hold off day so now so now we're into the rhythm of of a CC of of SEC played so Monday is the day where we have no practice and and so they will and thank goodness it's their last Monday off from Christmas break and the Christmas holidays and so we resume classes on Wednesday so another one final really great Monday off and and and so the schedule war sets up pretty good force there now that we are able to to to play this one get tomorrow fully off no class and then we granted out next week to have two games but then our first by date come so any other opportunity to maybe recover and rebounded so I can't tell you how happy I am to be three in one in this stretch our first four games it would try to break it up into little mini games in many seasons of four games and they they did a great job when the schedule came out and you say this tough tough stretch here proud of of them taking care business coach will see on the plane in a talk tomorrow night at seven o'clock sounds great go cat go cats that said coach Matthew Mitchell Kentucky wins sixty five forty five we'll wrap things up from the exact.

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"sabrina haynes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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06:04 min | 2 years ago

"sabrina haynes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"In the Southeastern Conference Kentucky gets the win holding serve at memorial Coliseum as they beat the lady vols eighty two seventy six around the central bank ACC scoreboard Florida upsets banter building Gainesville sixty eight to sixty Smith for the Gators at seventeen points five assists and four rebounds in the win Ellis you goes on the road to Missouri and the Missouri Tigers upset the bayou Bengals sixty nine to sixty five Mitchell for Ellis you fourteen points sixteen rebounds but the Tigers come up short on the road at Missouri number fifteen Mississippi state survives on the road at Georgia seventy three to sixty six that one just going final number twenty Arkansas on the road defeats Auburn this afternoon eighty six to seventy and they have just started the game down in Tuscaloosa in the first quarter number for South Carolina Leeds Alabama nineteen tonight that is your central bank SEC scoreboard individual scoring for Kentucky and Tennessee will start with the visiting lady vols who were led by relied Davis twenty seven points on twelve of twenty shooting she had a three pointer six rebounds one assists four turnovers a block in a steel in thirty five minutes sixteen points for ray Burrell who was five of nine she was perfect from downtown with two threes four or five at the free throw line six rebounds four Burrell to go with one assist four turnovers three blocked shots and two steals in thirty minutes Jordan horse in that thirteen points on four of fifteen shooting she had the four rebounds nine assists five turnovers no blocks and two steals in twenty eight minutes rounding up the scoring for Tennessee Tomari key at seven points massing gill had six four points for coach kilowatt and three for brown for their total of seventy six Tennessee shot forty six percent they were twenty eight of sixty one just three of eleven from beyond the arc for twenty seven percent and at the line to the C. seventeen free throws on twenty one the tips for eighty one percent for Kentucky Ryan Howard thirty seven points on twelve of twenty seven shooting seven threes she had nine rebounds five assists two blocks three steals in thirty six minutes Sabrina Haynes with a nice game today eleven points on three of seven shooting she made three from long range five rebounds four assists and a steal in twenty six minutes eight points for Amanda Pascale in Kiki McKinney six points for get she on ukoliko five points by Blair green three four chassis Patterson into fort cheta Roper their total of eighty points Kentucky shot forty percent they were twenty eight of seventy they make thirteen three pointers forty eight percent from beyond the arc and were eleven fifteen at the stripe seventy three percent as Kentucky gets the win over Tennessee eighty two seventy six this afternoon at memorial Coliseum and we are pleased to be joined by the victorious head coach of the Wildcats Matthew Mitchell in coach first of all what an effort by your group today coming off that tough outing on the road in Columbia South Carolina you come back today what an effort by this much to get a win over good Tennessee team terrific effort today and I really appreciate the players badly and and and bounce back from that disappointment of Thursday night we just didn't come with much competitive fire and that's not no disrespect to South Carolina I'm not sure how many teams are big them on Thursday night they played awfully well the heart but we just did not come to the to the game with a competitive spirit competitive fired so we try to get that corrected not really concerned a whole lot about the outcome of this game because it's still so early in the season from the SEC perspective we had to get that competitive piece right and it was to a really tough practices on Friday and Saturday and then a of of a more intense session this morning just trying to make sure we had an age come into the game and I thought you saw that early in the game yeah we were able to come out with some competitive fire and that's a hard thing for us to beat right there they are so big so talented and we really have to play at an extremely high level to win that game so credit to our players and real problems they came out in the second quarter trailing by thirteen they switched into that sort of a match up to three zone what were you guys able to do to sort of settle in and ask you to gets there certainly didn't handle it very well second quarter you credit to the sea for that for making that adjustment and they they really made it difficult on us I thought they hurried us about that we got into a rush I thought we were really lacking poise at that time and we just needed to get in it at halftime and try to get settled down I didn't think we were of roster or lack of boys all the time but when when shots when when it started dried up a little bit and then I thought we had a little little bit of panic said and so we just had to stay steady and right the ship there at half time but I just thought the response defensively early on and come out and have that nice run to open the third quarter run our really can't ignited it with a great still there you know everybody's in talk about the the points you score but I thought that was a big momentum swing for us like we're going to come out here and get it going here defensively and and then went on to have a really good really good third quarter and then were able to to to fight him off there to end there it's a tough tough thing for us to be I'm glad you brought up what she was doing outside of the thirty seven points which were huge nine rebounds two blocks three steals five assists I joked with her about being one repair shop a double double if not today but but what it what an effort just of of finding open teammates five a serious and and then defensively was all over the board incredible.

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"sabrina haynes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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11:06 min | 3 years ago

"sabrina haynes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Of the scoring from today's game will start with the cardinals who were led by Evans with eighteen points you also at three rebounds ten assists today to three turnovers in thirty seven minutes she was seven to fourteen from before but just one of six from beyond the arc global had four double figures Kylie shook had eleven points on four of nine shooting she was three of fourteen from three entering today but made three of five from beyond the arc she had a double double with thirteen rebounds to go other eleven points they got to the peace from Bianca Dunham who was five for five from the floor and the jasmine Jones who was five of nine or feel goals Jones also had five rebounds eight points for it yet seen the op who was three of six and played some hard defense for the cardinals today the up also had six rebounds six points from Elizabeth Dixon who was three of six and they had two points from Elizabeth pelican who was one of five from the floor Lobel was fifty two percent twenty nine of fifty six they were just five of fifteen from beyond the arc for thirty three percent and they made all four of their free throws Kentucky was paced by Ryan Howard who had twenty six points on nine of twenty three shooting she was one of five from beyond the arc but seven of eight at the free throw line Ryan finished with four rebounds and two assists two steals in thirty eight minutes twelve points from Sabrina Haynes who connected on three three pointers she made three of her four free throws finished with the rebound and four assists with no turnovers in thirty five minutes dot the on a wide had twelve points and five rebounds top was five of eight from the floor and connected on a pair of threes in twenty eight minutes this afternoon Kiki McKinney as we mentioned nine points all coming on three's Jenna Roper finished the game with four points and Blair green had a big three just before the end of the first half Kentucky was twenty two of fifty from the floor for forty four percent and they made ten of nineteen trays for fifty three percent Kentucky also with a solid day at the free throw line twelve out of fifteen for eighty percent mobile out rebounded Kentucky thirty seven to seventeen and they outscored the cats thirty six to sixteen in the paint but Kentucky was able to generate fifteen turnovers and turn that into fourteen points global score outscored Kentucky eleven to six second chance points and six to two on the fast break and the cardinals bench had a sixteen to seven advantage over the cats as well Movil jumped out to a twenty one sixteen lead at the end of the first quarter but the cats finished the first half or with a flourish out scoring the cardinals twenty four to ten in the second period to lead forty to thirty one at halftime Sabrina Haynes hit a three pointer with three minutes going to third to put Kentucky up fifty five to forty five the middle of a went on a seventeen to to run to take a sixty two fifty seven lead Kentucky came back to tie it will will then took a took the lead on a three pointer by Kylie shook at sixty seven to sixty four and they held on to win it sixty seven to sixty six the score was tied five times and there were six lead changes in today's game I would like to take a minute and think our season long university of Kentucky women's basketball sponsor central bank the official bank of UK athletics and coca Cola taste the feeling checking the central bank SEC scoreboard a couple games are in progress right now is number five South Carolina has push their advantage to twenty points over Purdue with six thirty eight to go in the third quarter the Gamecocks fleet fifty one to thirty one over the Boilermakers Georgia at home leads Fuhrman in a low scoring game forty three to twenty eight that's with six thirty three remaining in the third number eleven Texas a and M. holding serve at home against Houston Aggies on top fifty five thirty two with three eleven to go in the third quarter and with four thirty nine to go in the first in North Carolina Leeds Alabama sixteen to thirteen in an SEC ACC battle down in Tuscaloosa Arkansas ranked number twenty one leads northwestern state eleven eight and Bethune Cookman on the road at Auburn leaks the Tigers nine two eight with six of six to go in the first quarter that's a look at your central bank SEC scoreboard and we're joined your court side by head coach Matthew Mitchell and the final score sixty seven sixty six coach I know this was a tough one but your team really battle there for forty minutes and had a chance to win it at the very end yeah I had a shot there to win at the end and just a tough tough basketball game and you know you have to give you avail lot of credit for how hard they played in you know they they they really tough and I was super proud of how tough we played we played really really hard you know certainly have some some areas we have to improve and but just a tough game and have a shot to to win it at the end is you know and love nope no consolation force but you have to understand that it's a game we can build from and get better and just really proud of how the T. prepared for the game I thought they prepared well thought they were tough and forgets it just just made one more play we could come out with the a better result looks like I told you know had that last shot going in and we won by two what we're we're not very much different basketball tell you we we we lost by one we went back to its this is very important that we keep proper perspective in and continue to improve his tame we're gonna have to rebound the ball better there's no doubt about it was just been something that we've talk to the table about I I've got to do a better job of of of put an emphasis on in practice and so that's that part so me and thought it really really hurt us today of the the boards and so just try to get better from this wonder and culture you know I talked about how balanced this offense become in the last few weeks and I thought we saw that today with so much attention and focus on Ryan who'd already had the big first half it was giving opportunities for Sabrina and taught to Jana and McKinney and they made the most of it was some big shots from beyond the arc employer green it want to right before the end of the first half yeah we sent the three well again and I think that's gonna be a big part of our our our offense we we didn't score very much in the paint today and so we we needed to to make some three point shot so that was that was good force and that's that's been a strength of our team so far this year pretty please with the team was able to get to the charity stripe today outscoring them by eight at the free throw line yeah I wish we'd gotten a little bit more thought it was just extremely physical game and and would have been nice to maybe it got there a little bit more but up in a game like this you know you wish you could make all of them that would expose force but shot eighty percent for the line that was that was a good good good percentage defensively facing a team that has the heights in the athleticism mobile does how did you feel with the overall performance on the fence by the wildcat well I thought our first shot the fence pretty good you know you have to give them a ton of credit there in the third quarter we just we just couldn't get a stop in part of that was on us from our bar positioning we got got screwed up on our our ball screen defense in our positioning there but also you got to give them credit they have you know players who have not been making threes all year makes a big threes for a bit yeah not your your normal people that you would expect I thought we did a really good job on Evans from the three point line she only made one yeah but the the three that shook made and and the three three Porter shook made in the one that day out made that that was that was those are some killers there those are those are some shots that had not been going in with regularity for them so of you got to give them credit they they were open they stepped up not down the shots you know I talk pregame about with these two teams matching up about there would be moments in the games were there be runs and sometimes one would go against a loophole would have a spurt in this game that you feel pretty good with the way the team responsible we have local was able to land a punch so yeah I'm I'm seventy third quarter yeah could it really been you know devastating to us big big you know knock out punch because it is specially the yeah I just I did a really bad job there too in the third quarter we should have been on the ball underneath we we just we just could not get a rebound down there and and the ball cap find out of bounds on you know for taking rebounds for for low level and man that that too there at the end really proved to be of the difference in the game I wish we had somebody on the ball that's that's a coaching here there but you know they they had a lot of momentum going in the fourth quarter in we're able to battle back but yeah I just again real proud of our kids for playing hard real appreciative to have a big crowd show up on Sunday afternoon lot energy in the building and they were able to rise to the occasion so appreciate that very much and just tough loss today Ryan salt today which is going to see a lot in SEC play probably how did you feel she responded overall with double teams in the physicality of the game today twenty six point about C. O. gosh yeah great day I just want to throw that in there at a great great day twenty six points and you know a lot to learn I I I I I I got to try to get clear on on you know what's legal and what's not legal because she you know she she's got a learned what she can do someone's going to play that way we've got to make sure that we can you know legally try to get open and and and so from that standpoint you know thought them them put in they op owner in the second half and just really really bad physical was was a good good move for them and and so I think she's got plenty learn from shell game a lot of confidence from of her performance today she was really outstanding one thing's for sure this team drew a lot of energy from the crowd today you could just tell by their in their step on the floor they responded all day yeah I I just thought we battled yeah I thought we battled and withstood some some real tough runs that that you avail made and you know I I think we just got to move forward yeah in a real positive way here this week I know there will be a lot of focus on finals at some to be a the student part of student athlete this week but what are some things that you'll be able to do before you head out west to face cal next Saturday well we've got two days off to get going on finals week in tape sure dates that they've been doing a great job.

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02:12 min | 3 years ago

"sabrina haynes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Success of the university of Kentucky athletics program news radio eight forty WHAS back at the Coliseum they have changed Pascal's buzzer beater from a three to a two after they went back and looked at the monitor her foot was on the line and so it is forty one to twenty Kentucky over Samford instead of forty two to twenty the cats finished the first half on a twenty eight to six run that with it it had a run of eleven straight points in ten straight points the cats scored the first nine point to the gave out to Ryan Howard threes in a trade from Sabrina Haynes did Samper responded with a fourteen to four run that saw them make three threes and since then coach Matthew Mitchell bird to time out with his team down fourteen to thirteen Kentucky has been on the warpath since out scoring the Bulldogs twenty eight to six over the second quarter back it was a ninety to six second quarter for the cats Kentucky shot fifty nine percent in the first half they were seventeen of twenty nine and they were six of twelve from long range Sanford after the hot start shooting just twenty eight percent on seven of twenty five they are four of twelve from three four thirty three percent they made to their fourth free throw opportunities Kentucky was just one of four at the line Samper turned it over nine times to Kentucky sports the cats turned that into a fourteen to three advantage of points off turnovers gets out rebounded the bulldog seventy to thirteen points in the paint favor the cats fourteen to four and that's with safer playing almost exclusively so right Howard leads the cats with sixteen points two rebounds and three assists in sixty minutes Abed a pastel with eight point she's four for four with three rebounds and four assists he keeps a Kitty with seven points and rounding out Kentucky's first half scoring Sabrina hate to Blair agreed with.

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"sabrina haynes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

07:42 min | 3 years ago

"sabrina haynes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Kentucky lead Sampford eleven that night the Bulldogs have hit three of their four three point shots in all of them have been open looks all four of them the tech he's got to do a better job of getting out on the perimeter and getting ahead of the face of that is something Kentucky is done well all season coming into this game today the cats have been one of the best three point shooting defenses in the SEC their right to the top three they're limiting opponents to just twenty two percent from beyond the arc Sanford is shooting thirty percent as a team from beyond the arc and while the majority of their games their numbers from three about the good they are capable of making them just ask Alabama state save repeat them eighty three to forty eight and made eleven of nineteen three pointed tips now the times out of ten saying five on the floor green wrote on you believe powered and Hayes Howard gets the imbalance of the near boundary in the back basically two three so they get inside gets you on the low block will get you the logos mantis double team lace up a left hander that rooms off the front Sanford with the rebound and a chance to tire even take the lead here after trailing nine nothing to start the game separate on a night to to run around come stop the cutest syrup syrup drives right dishes to battle battle comes in the wake with no Radhika legal it rolls off gets you the rebound I had the rope with caps on the run they cut down to the free throw line website Howard three ball short rebound green goes over the back it'll be a file or Kentucky first on Blair second team well the sabre gets it back three ball by Howard that like short was the first miss from Wall Grange for Kentucky in this quarter for eighteen to play Sanford Siegal one two to press up the new side of route route those it underneath although the one on the right log will throw it back out here's a three by buyers no good to the lease rebound greed Blair gets it out of there for Kentucky she clears away and finds Roper transition Libya crozier in the game for Samford at the time out she's replaced Armstrong the building with two files Roper takes the past right free throw line it comes to greed inside the zone three steps out beyond the arc those left side Haynes open for three and out rebel controlled by Myers Kathy suddenly gone cold from be better getting the first three is a softball pass right side battled open three separately well do eleven all five now six of Samford shots have been wide open threes from the perimeter Kentucky not talking defensively here in this first quarter airport is extended an active sold out to the perimeter their face started Kentucky fifty years Saudi believe both driving to pay going down the left side the left hand lane good the cats are back in front thirteen to twelve separate again easily breaks the press now syrup is double team to the far sideline throws it away it's stolen bike read brings it down to the right wing player driving the baseline added to lay out passes out the Roper website three air balls too long strong reporter that Mrs taken by brown deer Samper back the other way he's just not focused here early where had a wide open which you drove the baseline the pass it out for a shot was a lower percentage now brown to the free throw line given go underneath for the lay up that was a buyers with the scores Samper's back in front fourteen the thirteen Matthew Mitchell not pleased at all with this team's lack of focus sea birds a time out Samper's bed six boats is they've gotten off to a great start after like they were gonna get run out of the job with the opening bid at Kentucky raced out to a nine nothing lead is our hit threes Sabrina Haynes it one from long range and since then this is but all Samper they've outscored Kentucky fourteen to four and they laid by warned that marks the time out reproach Mitchell two twenty six to play in the first quarter go to support the team all we that Sanford was better than their record would show and while the Bulldogs have not the team outside the state of Alabama they've had to play a as coach Mitchell described it brutal nonconference schedule going to Florida number twelve Florida state we've had a home game against Troy they visited you a B. way western Kentucky at home after this game two three so for Samper Kentucky has Pascale and why it back into the game along with their grades got it on the right wing out to local between the circle shot clock down to a pretty tough either panicked outfits of the mass scale out the green right side forcing a three bottom they agreed able to bury water C. was opened for the right way Kentucky goes back in front by two sixteen the fourteen room is really excellent a point it took you so hard to say they try to throw it inside the buyers the pass was tipped by the Kitty Kiki beats buyers to the dribble it crosses after court will give it to a point guard Pascale Amanda between the circles twenty all the shot clock what thirty to play this first quarter right side beginning working the perimeter website bringing down three flights role will be shoot still active two three sold for sale skip to the free throw line Pascale out the big hitting left baseline three ball we go get back in nineteen the fourteen David five threes in this first quarter McKinney again showing some energy after the re the raw the bench with four steel on the inbound but Samper table swing it across the board opened three is best but today should deal Kentucky runs the other way with the rebels fifty four seconds remaining in the first quarter Roper why is white side road a white watches a nineteen footer no good fires at the rebound but it's knocked out by the Kitty in and out of our hands simple syrup back in the game round goes out for a breather ride Howard's back into the Kitty will go to the bit lifting just a little bit the key looking for a breeder the Serbs got it gets to one to two so the sooner the fort Myers back to zero well the far sideline and they keep the ball moving to avoid Kentucky Francis is a well prepared same routine as they don't stop the ball movement and they're able to beat Kentucky for closing those traps twenty five seconds to play in the corner shocked what eight years buyers wide open office communication three from out front is no good Kentucky dodges a bullet white with the rebound and hit the road right side Howard steps into a three for the right wing and yes ma'am Ron Howard three of the opening quarter Kentucky goes back in front by eight twenty two to fourteen bottle three second step where the light by battle is no good rebel player green event will wipe down the first quarter Clark both teams going from long range Samper bore of.

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"sabrina haynes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

11:05 min | 3 years ago

"sabrina haynes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"At noon on Tuesday is the SEC resumes action and then the upcoming schedule for Kentucky they will host Charlotte here at memorial Coliseum on Wednesday the fourth that is a special eleven A. M. start times will be on the air at ten forty five with the pregame show again eleven AM tip for Kentucky at Charlotte on Wednesday it'll also be a noon tip for number six Texas a and M. as they host central Arkansas Wednesday number two Baylor will host Georgia at eight o'clock Wednesday night south Alabama plays host Auburn in old miss visits Texas tech to round out the SEC schedule for Wednesday a couple of quick because scores in men's college basketball around the SEC Fairfield upset Texas a and M. at hold sixty seven to sixty two and South Carolina is a winner over George Washington seventy four to sixty five yesterday was a topsy turvy day of the women's top twenty five down in the Virgin Islands as number for South Carolina surprise number two Baylor seventy four to fifty nine and loophole was a winner over top ranked Oregon in the Virgin Islands as well so number one and number two both fall in the Virgin Islands this past weekend and the the top five could look a lot different going into this coming week around the top twenty five today there at the half in Raleigh number twelve in C. state leaves North Texas fifty nine to forty six number sixteen the Paul a swim winner over northwestern seventy two sixty eight the bro Levin UCLA played Virginia this afternoon a common opponent with the Wildcats UCLA a winner seventy three to sixty two in Charlottesville later on at seven thirty number twenty two Gonzaga is on the road against Purdue so that's a look at your central bank SEC scoreboard is Kentucky gets the win over Austin Peay eighty one to fifty two big story of this game today was paint points is Kentucky outscored Austin P. forty eight to twenty two the governor's **** was able to edge Kentucky's thirty to twenty eight and second chance points off rebounds belong to Austin Peay twenty two to have a lot of those came later in the game Kentucky out rebounds the governors forty two thirty one the cats impressively shot fifty seven percent from the floor today they were thirty four of sixty at four of thirteen from beyond the arc for thirty one percent Kentucky shot fifty three percent at the free throw line they were nine of seventeen the governor shot thirty three percent they were twenty one of sixty four and seven of twenty six from beyond the arc for twenty seven percent Kentucky's defense against three point shooters has been solid this year in fact in the game before it gets Grambling state they held the Tigers without a three point make it was the first time since two thousand sixteen they been able to do that and all the season at least entering tonight Kentucky it held opponents to twenty three percent from beyond the arc of another solid day today against Austin Peay team that is made a living from beyond the arc turnovers were another story entering today's game Austin Peay finished with twenty two and they forced eighteen well below their average but Kentucky was below their average as well so the turnovers were kind of a wash in that battle but we're Kentucky made up the difference they outscored the governor's twenty two to ten and points off take aways get spread the ball round off offensively today very impressively at five in double figures led by Ryan Howard's fourteen Kiki McKinney had twelve Sabrina Haynes get your legally beau jade Roper each finished with ten Kentucky had a couple players for with double figures word up bigger pardon the double doubles Sabrina Haynes finished with ten points and nine rebounds or get yet two points and eight rebounds Amanda Pascale almost had a triple double she had seven points nine rebounds and six assists to pace Kentucky today in an eighty one to fifty two victory Amanda Pascale they they cold was seven points a piece and wear green with eight points S. Kentucky gets the win eighty one to fifty two again a reminder that the schedule for December as Kentucky will play Charlotte on Wednesday eleven AM here at memorial Coliseum then they will host Samford at two o'clock on a week from today and then they'll be it Reparata for the final two home games a December they'll face Winthrop on December eleventh at seven PM at little full of December fifteenth at one PM so this is part of a seven game stretch were Kentucky is home in Lexington they'll face Charlotte on Wednesday in Sanford Winthrop loophole and then a trip out to California to wrap up the non conference schedule just before Christmas on December twenty first Kentucky will open SEC play in January at South Carolina that's a seven forty tip in Colombia on January second their first SEC home game is going to be against Tennessee on January the fifth Kentucky gets the seven a no with the victory today they approved the six of the all time against Austin Peay state university and other last game against Morehead state was there one hundred victory in the OVC so today marks victory number one oh one as Kentucky defeated Moorhead seventy nine to fifty four and they come away with a victory against Austin Peay today AT one to fifty two we're joined by head coach Matthew Mitchell here court side off the team's impressive victory and the coach where would you like to start today with this team's way yeah well I'd I'd like to start with how proud I am of our team because how much respect we have for Austin pay and how hard they played today our our players of know that they were in a great battle today with a a really hard working team I I mean their their physical conditioning and toughness was able to shine through on a day where they didn't make many shots but they just kept fighting a battle in and so we really have a lot of spec for how they play today and headway not given tremendous effort it could have been a different outcome so to hustle your way to this kind of margin of victory yeah to shoot the ball over fifty percent for the first time this year we've been working hard at that that's kind of take we think that we have and it just had shown up in the first six games so that was good today and you know I I think we were in a game today challenged in a way that we can learn a lot from the game in the appreciative for that opportunity you mentioned shooting fifty seven percent for the game forty eight pain points this team did a great job of breaking their part press and that led to some pretty easy baskets did you know I thought it was a tremendous commitment of by Austin Peay to play an up tempo game and to try to force turnovers and you know eighteen is is just too many for us but that's one less than what they've been for certain but that is just what they do so that was that was tough part of the game today but when we were able to break the pressure and not turned over you're right we were able to get the ball into some good spots and and and make some lay ups and then I thought you saw a bunch of scores in the paint when the clock was under ten I thought we showed some poise and I think we're starting to see some things offensively that are going to help us as we move through our schedule I was going to be my next point to you I was impressed with the patience of your team because the guards would would take the ball and and finally they would get the get she or keep your whoever was openness and it was just like a perfectly right to the ram yeah I did a nice job with nice excuse today and we we got to keep building on that you know I still think that we are you know we're not the most talented team around but we do have some intelligent players that play hard good skill level so if we can just stay focused and play smart put teams in a a tough position defensively I think we can be of of the team that can can put some points on the board that first half your team came out it just jumped on them in a hurry one of eleven to two and you built that lead to twenty two at half time you feel like that first half might have been the most complete half this team is out on the other I I think there's no doubt as far as the way we start game you would have this really slow starts and so that was good to say it was good to see and and just just open one night we can we can really put it all together for forty minutes but but man we had some we had some really great runs in the in the first half that quite frankly I was glad we built such a lead because they were played so hard also booze millions of tough and so to to work our way to think it was maybe forty five twenty three or so twenty two point lead was was an awesome started the game I know you you mentioned you want to see your team clean up the turnovers but twenty one assists and five in double figures you really shared the ball today I did a good job there what we yeah well we didn't turn it over we were doing some great stuff and so really that's the the the only hole you can kind of poke at today is you know the turnovers missed few layouts but I think we're getting better in that department and just just super excited for the players that they were able to to the tufts of victory A. coming out of thanksgiving break in it's really good day today what did you see out of get you know how she responded finding out pretty late that she was going to start yeah I think a great response from guess you step it up Todd had a migraine level headache we're not sure if it's exactly a migraine and that's gonna last Sir but but it was it was it was so the pain was so intense can play sets a bad headache right there right she she she really tried tough through it I I I I we we just strong errors or what we just pull the plug today she won't give it a go so you you appreciate that kind of effort that kind of commitment from Tatiana but I thought I'll get you just showed up and and really played her game you know she's she's got to be a physical tough presents force she's gotta be smart and I thought she played really well in the pick and roll game today I thought she finished on ballots around the basket I thought one of the you know really bad shots that she it was a great opportunity but she shot it badly poorly and sometimes that'll get gets you down and in effect for the rest of game of thought she shook that off really well that was a great development for so trip tremendous afternoon for okay see absolutely was a great afternoon for the.

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"sabrina haynes" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

14:22 min | 3 years ago

"sabrina haynes" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Through wildfire in facing a terrifying new normal when the weather changes and the winds pick out the window really hard I woke up you can just like orange he ran I see my dad something the reality is is that this is not just a fire this is with these kinds of wins this is really natural disaster is this the way it's going to be every year apocalypse I just don't know how much more I can yes this year's fires across the state have been scary and the blackouts disrupted millions of people's lives but so far the fires themselves have been remarkably less destructive when you compare them to last year's campfire the deadliest State Street that fire in the devastating tubs fire in Santa Rosa at the year before led to some changes in the way officials and regular folks respond during emergency over the summer we had five thousand people come here and get go bags and other things we've been doing of actuation exercises with high low sirens out of the sheriff's office we'll hear about how one community has adapted to get emergency information out to some of the most vulnerable residents not having the language that you need is basically a life or death situation I'm Sasha coca and this is the California report magazine your state your stories first as we mark the one year anniversary of the camp fire which destroyed the community of paradise in Butte county we'll hear about families trying to rebuild their lives like Sabrina Haynes who fled paradise with her young daughter I'm sitting here telling her we're going to be fine we're going to get out of this and now I'm sitting here thinking I don't know I mean it's so close we first introduced you to Sabrina and her daughter Aurora in the documentary we aired the summer before the fire KQED is Laura clients brought us her story is part of her reporting on adults who experienced trauma as kids Sabrina told us she been neglected and abused her parents couldn't be there for her because of an ugly divorce drugs and time in jail when she moved to paradise she built a support network to help her become the parent she wished she'd had but the fire fractured that community it was a life that we have that I've been building for her for five years and you know being a single mom it was not easy Laura went back to Butte county to see how Sabrina and Aurora are doing as they marked the one year anniversary of the campfire and just a note of caution this story contains some themes that may be upsetting for some listeners looking back on her life is hard for Sabrina she's thirty four now but up until her mid twenties she moved around a lot and she remembers the painful things that happened in all the places she lived where she was raped where she started cutting herself and where she began using methamphetamines but paradise was the place where she went to heal she got sober there she stayed sober and then six years ago she got pregnant I personally was happy because I wanted to be a mom but it was intimidating auroras dad wasn't in the picture Sabrina was on disability for a bad back and she was trying to work through her own stuff so she could be a great mom to her daughter I don't want her to have to go through those adverse experiences I want her to have a fulfilled life and to be happy before the fire Sabrina and her then four year old daughter Aurora had a good thing going in paradise they lived in a mobile home they rented on a peaceful would see street Sabrina was on track to get her bachelor's from Chico state hoping to work in early childhood development she helps teach parenting classes all right so with the bear hunts theme an animal theme we're going to read we're going on a bear hunt last year I visited her and she read a book to a group of toddlers and moms in paradise we're going on a bear hunt we're going to catch a big one what a beautiful day where not scared some afternoon Sabrina and roar went to play therapy through an ear bud accounts are gave Sabrina step by step instructions on how to manage her child when she had meltdowns I don't see you've done that to rules yet right no okay so you're gonna let it run reminder say remember right there's two rules for special place number right there's two rules for special playtime indeed the two spent a lot of time at the local dance studio they hang out with friends and work out dancing strengthen Sabrina's aching back Serena especially loved performing she remembers her first solo dance last year to a song called conquer and it's basically says and I don't want to live on my knees I rather stand tall because I'm a conqueror it would be out of the emergency the first call about the campfire came in at six twenty five on the morning of November eighth from at the campfire north of Sacramento complete destruction most of the community of paradise gone everywhere it's hard to process the wrath of this fire that is now the most destructive in California history I called Sabrina just a few days after the campfire she told me that the drive out of paradise felt like an eternity I remember the house car and taking the biggest prize ever taken in my life and then start crying they drove to Chico city next door to stay with friends when Serena looked at her alarm system later she figured their house burned an hour after the close to the door the home that she grew up in a call on you know one of our cute keeps asking me mommy I just one goal woman thanks for you oracle is right for you we should care we don't to doctors that I went to Sabrina and room they bounced around for a while before Sabrina bought a decent size trailer and parked it at a friend's house in Butte county it will take two years to pay it off so how are you doing it's not been a good year nearly all the things that kept them stable are gone some of the dance studios burned down the parenting class Sabrina Todd got canceled and she stopped taking college classes so she could figure out their housing plus she says she can't really concentrate anymore I feel like and constant chaos and that's hard mentally especially when you have a child to care for and then she's dealing with her own stuff overs been acting out she's five now you know me and her have so much trauma and because of the strong you know her behaviors in aggressive just them tantrums and knelt down it's we need a hell the first you know when we haven't really been able to do that Sabrina is home schooling Aurora in part because of these behavior issues we have a little tour of the trailer okay shows me around her room which is two bunk beds in India next to the bathroom she's decorated it with glow in the dark stickers Starz's dizzy unicorns stars then Sabrina and I sit outside around a neighbor's table Aurora pops in and out showing me here twice wait for it draws on some of them with the blue dry erase marker and then suddenly she's drawing on the table now you better go find a wife right now what made you think that that was okay now on arrival Sabrina looks exhausted you know what you have a cardboard box the you can draw on you don't just go draw on things that are not yours Aurora stomps into the trailer she comes back out apologizing holding a wet white thank you for making such a good choice thank you rumors getting some therapy to work through the fire trauma Sabrina is not she wants to but there's so much on her plate repairs to the trailer enter car it was damaged as they fled paradise in the fire food is a huge issue for them her assistance checks only go so far and the trailers mini fridge keeps freezing their vegetables Serena knows the schedules of local food banks by heart maroon meet up the next morning Sabrina has a doctor's appointment she goes monthly because she's been losing weight she thinks it's from the stress she also has to manage the mood stabilizers she started taking after the fire since the fire it's just very hard to cope with life the only provider she's been able to find is actually located up in paradise and it's painful to go back I want to try it's really really hard every time we come up please don't cry Aurora pleads with her mom from the backseat the two have very few moments apart from one another so they're grieving their moods all happened together after Sabrina's appointment we had to a lot where their house used to be houses on the right is gone to left there's one house here really saved up to buy Aurora climbing structure and trampoline that they kept in the side yard so right now we are going down the road all my gosh it's still there why it's what translating climbers so here the word gets out of the car and runs over to them blacks so it comes off on her hand when she touches the climber embers singe the trampoline for you John they used to have my little swing set things here thank you Sir have a lot of toys in my home I want it back Sabrina shakes her head it's for me because I don't think I'm ever going to be able to do that for her you know I was having I had financial aid coming in before you know I was able to do those little extra things for her no I don't have any of that you know we're living in this trailer I mean gosh almost three year you would think that as time goes by would be easier but it's not we get back in the car for Sabrina hands and other folks like her experts say this kind of trauma can resurface old room I don't want to be back in that place where I used to drive or did the cutting but I would be lying to myself if those thoughts having I rose in my head you know she says she doesn't think she heard herself again like that because of Aurora this past spring when she really felt like cutting herself would bring some relief she chose something different she went online and looked for quotes that were meaningful to her she found one by the author Robert and Drake and then she got a tattooed on her arm it says in the end she became more than what she expected she became the journey and like all journeys she simply change directions and kept going when she looks at it she says it has a lot of meaning life changes all the time and we don't know necessarily where journeys taking us but it's okay I was in one pass now I'm in a different path and it's hard it's really hard right now but I know that at the end something good will come out of it just keep going she tells herself for the California report and Laura a year ago when thirteen thousand households like Sabrina's were displaced from paradise and surrounding towns there were only around one thousand vacant units in Butte county to absorb the mall and rental prices there jumped more than twenty percent in the immediate aftermath of the fire people lived in their cars spare bedrooms on couches well I know that there's ten city right here so I just been staying in my car I'm living in a room and in a friend's home and in Chico KQED reporter Sonia Hudson introduces us to one family that managed to stay in paradise that's because they figured out a living arrangement they never planned on my son my oldest daughter and my youngest son I only have two that's her husband it takes Laurie horn back a couple minutes to introduce all her new roommates ages two to fifty eight okay Laurie is standing around the kitchen island with her husband their two kids and their spouses four grandchildren and their daughter in law's mother a couple of them are sitting on the ground next to the sink trying to fix the pipe the rest are standing and sitting on bar stools eating dinner by the glow of electric.

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"sabrina haynes" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"sabrina haynes" Discussed on KQED Radio

"As we mark the one year anniversary of the camp fire which destroyed the community of paradise in Butte county we'll hear about families trying to rebuild their lives like Sabrina Haynes who fled paradise with her young daughter I'm sitting here telling her we're going to be fine we're going to get out of this and now I'm sitting here thinking I don't know I mean it's so close we first introduced you to Sabrina and her daughter Aurora in the documentary we aired the summer before the fire KQED is Laura clients brought us her story is part of her reporting on adults who experienced trauma as kids Sabrina told us she been neglected and abused her parents couldn't be there for her because of an ugly divorce drugs and time in jail when she moved to paradise she built a support network to help her become the parent she wished she'd had but the fire fractured that community it was a life that we have that I've been building for her for five years and you know being a single mom it was not easy Laura went back to Butte county to see how Sabrina and Aurora are doing as they marked the one year anniversary of the campfire and just a note of caution this story contains some themes that may be upsetting for some listeners looking back on her life is hard for Sabrina she's thirty four now but up until her mid twenties she moved around a lot and she remembers the painful things that happened in all the places she lived where she was raped where she started cutting herself and where she began using methamphetamines but paradise was the place where she went to heal she got sober there she stayed sober and then six years ago she got pregnant I personally was happy because I wanted to be a mom but it was intimidating auroras dad wasn't in the picture Serena was on disability for a bad back and she was trying to work through her own stuff so she could be a great mom to her daughter I don't want her to have to go through those adverse experiences I want her to have a fulfilled life and to be happy before the fire Sabrina and her then four year old daughter Aurora had a good thing going in paradise they lived in a mobile home they rented on a peaceful would see street Sabrina was on track to get her bachelor's from Chico state hoping to work in early childhood development she helps teach parenting classes all right so with the bear hunts theme an animal theme we're going to read we're going on a bear hunt last year I visited her as she read a book to a group of toddlers and moms in paradise we're going on a bear hunt we're going to catch a big one what a beautiful day where not scared some afternoon Sabrina and roar went to play therapy through an ear but I. counselor gave Serena step by step instructions on how to manage her child when she had meltdowns I don't see you've done that to rules at right now okay so you're gonna let Aaron reminder say remember right there's two rules for special place the number rises to rules for special play time and the two spent a lot of time at the local dance.

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"sabrina haynes" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"sabrina haynes" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A terrifying new normal when the weather changes and the winds kick up the wind really hard I woke up you can just like orange he ran I see IT made got something that's both the reality is is that this is not just a fire this is with these kinds of wins this is really natural disaster is this the way it's gonna be eight every year apocalypse I just don't know how much more I can take yes this year's fires across the state have been scary and the blackouts disrupted millions of people's lives but so far the fires themselves have been remarkably less destructive when you compare them to last year's campfire the deadliest state history that fire in the devastating tubs fire in Santa Rosa at the year before led to some changes in the way officials and regular folks respond during emergency over the summer we had five thousand people come here and get go bags and other things we've been doing the actuation exercises with high low sirens out of the sheriff's office we'll hear about how one community has adapted to get emergency information out to some of the most vulnerable residents not having the language that you need is basically a life or death situation I'm such a coca and this is the California report magazine your state your stories first as we mark the one year anniversary of the camp fire which destroyed the community of paradise in Butte county we'll hear about families trying to rebuild their lives like Sabrina Haynes who fled paradise with her young daughter I'm sitting here telling her we're going to be fine we're.

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"sabrina haynes" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"sabrina haynes" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I I wanted to bring you into the conversation because I know you have talked to people who have survived previous fires and are going through a lot as a result of this latest fire can you tell us who you've talked with yes I went up to paradise three weeks ago to follow up with folks up there the anniversary of that fire the campfire is coming up in just a few weeks and so we will be doing some coverage around that I spoke specifically to a few different people up there and I want to focus in on one of them her name Sabrina Haynes she was a person that I focused in on because I was doing research on people who've been through child trauma and I met her and I followed her around in her life before the campfire even happened and she had put together this system for maintaining her her serve homeostasis that's nice equilibrium in her life and the camp fire completely destroyed all that she was based in paradise and set up a lot of supports their so now things have looked really different this past year she is the single mom to a daughter named Aurora and here is how she's described her feelings from last year not being able to focus not being able to concentrate I am so space all the time and I don't know what I'm doing half the time Aurora constantly be like mom don't you remember you were going to do this for me yeah that's right I don't feel like myself anymore and I think the hardest thing losing in what used thought life was going to be losing what you thought life was going to be I'm Sarah minutes can you help us understand what's behind that sentence yeah I you know it's a common reaction that happens after trauma which is you know we all go through life and we you know protect as best we can what the future's going to hold water identity is and one trauma comes in a can really does wrap that it shakes your sense of yourself in the world you know as as she was describing it shakes up your sense of safety of predictability and so how you perceive yourself other people in the world is completely rocked well let's go to Judith in Oakland hi Judith hi I just wanted to ask the doctor about I'm having a lot of trouble with my eyes misspoke and is using over the counter like you know like refresh but it's not helping and any comments that would be much appreciated do you think you merry pretty key yes are your symptoms alleviated if you can guess where the the air quality has improved or is it consist of staying.

"sabrina haynes" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"sabrina haynes" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The community health reporter for KQED hi Laura hi I I wanted to bring you into the conversation because I know you have talked to people who have survived previous fires and are going through a lot as a result of this latest fire can you tell us who you've talked with yes I went up to paradise three weeks ago to follow up with folks up there the anniversary of that fire the campfire is coming up in just a few weeks and so we will be doing some coverage around that I spoke specifically to a few different people up there and I wanna folks and I'm one of them her name Sabrina Haynes she was a person that I focused in on because I was doing research on people who've been through child trauma and I met her and I followed her around in her life before the campfire even happened and she had put together this system for maintaining her her serve homeostasis this nice equilibrium in her life and then a campfire completely destroyed all that she was based in paradise and set up a lot of supports their so now things have looked really different this past year she is the single mom to a daughter named Aurora and here is how she's described her feelings from last year not being able to focus not being able to concentrate I am so space all the time and I don't know what I'm doing half the time Aurora constantly be like mom don't you remember you were gonna do this for me yeah that's right I don't feel like myself anymore and I think the hardest thing lose in what used thought life was going to be losing what you thought life was going to be I'm Sarah minutes can you help us understand what's behind that sentence yeah I you know it's a common reaction that happens after trauma which is you know we all go through life and we you know protect as best we can what the future's going to hold water identity is and when trauma comes in a can really does wrap that it shakes your sense of yourself in the world you know as as she was describing it shakes up your sense of safety of predictability and so how you perceive yourself other people in the world is completely rocked well let's go to Judith in Oakland hi Judith hi I just wanted to ask the doctor about I'm having a lot of trouble with my eyes misspoke and is using over the counter like you know like refresh but it's not helping and any comments that would be much appreciated do you think you merry pretty key yes are your symptoms alleviated if you can guess where the the air quality has improved or is it.