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Prep Sports Roundup: 8/23

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first_img Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrep FootballSALINA, Utah-Gavin Brown completed 11 of 14 passes for 194 yards and four touchdowns and the Richfield Wildcats outlasted the North Sevier Wolves 25-20 Friday in non-region football action. Brittyn Riddle (25 touches, 171 scrimmage yards, 3 rec TD’s) led the Wildcats as well in the win. With North Sevier leading 14-13, Richfield took the lead for good by converting a 1st and Goal from the Wolves’ 41-yard line, while Brown hit Ethan Udy for the score to give Richfield a lead they would not relinquish.Taylor Crane completed 17 of 28 passes for 221 yards, 3 touchdowns and an interception in defeat for the Wolves. Gabe Wilcox had 12 carries for 75 yards and Hunter Higgs amassed 7 receptions for 141 yards and a score for the Wolves in defeat.Richfield next faces Payson August 30 at home and North Sevier visits Coalville to face North Summit August 30.RANDOLPH, Utah-Sam Orton tossed for four touchdown passes and added a 22-yard touchdown run as the Kanab Cowboys downed the Rich Rebels 40-0 in non-region football action Friday. Karson Blomquist added a 19-yard touchdown run for the Cowboys.NEPHI, Utah-Zac Cowan threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score as the Juab Wasps bested the Cedar City Reds 34-26 Friday in non-region football action. Cade Bowring had touchdown runs of 7 and 3 yards for the Wasps as well in the victory.MONROE, Utah-Matt Bowler returned a punt 40 yards for a touchdown and Ryan Moody returned an interception 20 yards for another score as the Enterprise Wolves downed South Sevier 21-14 in non-region football action Friday. Jaxin Torgerson had scoring runs of 1 and 35 yards in the loss for the Rams.FILLMORE, Utah-Brooks Myers threw a touchdown pass and ran for two more scores as the Millard Eagles pounded Judge Memorial 46-0 Friday in non-region football action. Austin Burraston and KC Whitaker also ran for touchdowns in the win for the Eagles.GUNNISON, Utah-Bryson Barnes threw five touchdown passes and the Milford Tigers routed the Gunnison Valley Bulldogs 46-8 in non-region football action Friday. Gage Griffiths added a 3-yard touchdown run in the loss for the Tigers. Carson Yardley had a touchdown run for the Bulldogs in defeat.CASTLE DALE, Utah-Payton Clawson, Connor Jorgensen, Landon Bowles and Parker Lee each ran for touchdowns and the North Sanpete Hawks smacked Emery 43-6 Friday in non-region football action. Bowles also threw a 28-yard touchdown pass to Kaden Taylor in the win for the Hawks and Lee added a 23-yard fumble recovery for a score for North Sanpete.MANTI, Utah-Jax Parry threw two touchdown passes and Ryker Hewko threw a touchdown pass, ran for a touchdown and caught a pass for another score as the Manti Templars drubbed Class 5-A Payson 41-22 in non-region football action Friday. Keenan Moulton added another score on a blocked kick and Tyler Taukeiaho had a 39-yard touchdown run for the Templars.BEAVER, Utah-Ryker Albrecht had a pair of scoring runs and Kaleb Barney ran for a score while returning an interception for another touchdown as the Beaver Beavers smacked the Delta Rabbits 40-0 Friday in non-region football action. Alex Hollingshead tossed a 25-yard touchdown pass to Porter Albrecht and McCoy Smith added a 6-yard touchdown run for the Beavers.Baseball1A South RegionPRICE, Utah-The Wayne Badgers put up 11 runs in the top of the 1st inning and cruised from there with a 17-4 win over Pinnacle in 1A South Region baseball action Friday.JUNCTION, Utah-The Valley Buffaloes won a pitcher’s dual over Piute, 3-2 in 1A South Region baseball action Friday.PANGUITCH, Utah-The Panguitch Bobcats scored 10 runs in the fourth inning to seal the deal in a 16-3 win over Bryce Valley in 1A South Region baseball action Friday.VolleyballNon-RegionALTAMONT, Utah-The Altamont Longhorns swept the Wayne Badgers, 3-0 in non-region volleyball action Friday. Altamont won 25-14, 25-13, 25-14.TABIONA, Utah-Tabiona topped Wayne 3-0, 25-11, 25-13, 25-14, in non-region volleyball action Saturday. Brad James Tags: Brittyn Riddle/Ethan Udy/Gabe Wilcox/Gavin Brown/Hunter Higgs/North Summit/Payson/Taylor Crane August 23, 2019 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 8/23last_img read more

Azeri, Maltese Armed Forces Visit Italian San Marco Brigade

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first_img Share this article Authorities November 5, 2014 Azeri, Maltese Armed Forces Visit Italian San Marco Brigade View post tag: forces View post tag: Armed View post tag: Naval View post tag: europe View post tag: Maltese View post tag: San Marco Brigade Back to overview,Home naval-today Azeri, Maltese Armed Forces Visit Italian San Marco Brigade View post tag: Italian Navy View post tag: Visit View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Navy During the last week of October two delegations respectively from the Azeri and Maltese armed forces visited the Italian Navy San Marco Brigade.According to the programme, the two delegations were offered practical demonstrations of training modules, such as virtual polygon, fast rope descent from the daredevils tower, climbing on an artificial cliff and personal defence; then paid a visit to the exhibitions held at the armoury, the landing craft, and the motorized corps of the Brigade.After the visit, the delegations could watch the 1st and 2nd Regiment training activities which included a simulated attack to the coast with an AAV-7 (Assault Amphibious Vehicle) and RIB (Rigid-Inflatable Boat); activities with an LMV (Light Multirole Vehicle), and target shooting during boarding operations on suspect vessels.At the end, the delegations met the commanding officer of Battaglione Scuole Caorle, to consider the possibility to start a shared training programme with the Italian Brigade in order to improve their operational skills.Press release, Image: Italian Navy View post tag: Azerilast_img read more

Eric Dungey, Dontae Strickland listed as questionable ahead of Louisville this Saturday

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first_imgSyracuse junior quarterback Eric Dungey is questionable for Syracuse’s (4-6, 2-4 Atlantic Coast) game against Louisville (6-4, 3-4) Saturday at 3:30 p.m., SU’s Week 12 injury report revealed. It is Dungey’s second-straight week listed as questionable.Syracuse head coach Dino Babers said Wednesday that he believes Dungey is getting better and he is hopeful he can play at UofL. Dungey did not play against Wake Forest last Saturday. On Monday, Babers said, “If he’s capable, I expect him to go.” Dungey has not taken a snap past Week 10 over his three-year career at Syracuse.Junior running back Dontae Strickland, who ran for 59 yards and one touchdown on nine carries last week, is also questionable.Additionally, sophomore defensive lineman Josh Black is out. He has not played since the LSU game Sept. 23. Backup offensive lineman Patrick Davis and Liam O’Sullivan are also out.Here is the full injury report:AdvertisementThis is placeholder textQuestionableQB Eric DungeyRB Dontae StricklandOutDL Josh BlackOL Patrick DavisOL Liam O’SullivanOut for the SeasonDB Antwan Cordy (lower leg)DB Jordan Martin (wrist)OL Aaron Roberts (knee) Comments Published on November 17, 2017 at 8:26 am Contact Matthew: [email protected] | @MatthewGut21 Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Football: Neymar tasked with delivering Brazil’s elusive gold

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first_imgRio de Janeiro, Brazil | AFP |Brazil has barely got over its World Cup disaster and now it is counting on Barcelona star Neymar to finally deliver a treasured first football Olympic gold medal.Olympic gold is the only international title to elude Brazil in an illustrious history that has seen A Selecao win five World Cups.And Brazilian football is in desperate need of a pick-me-up after the humiliating 7-1 semi-final defeat to Germany at their own World Cup two years ago and a group stage exit at the Copa America Centenario in June.Golden boy Neymar has been untarnished by the failures.Two broken vertebrae in his back suffered near the end of a quarter-final win over Colombia left Brazil without their talisman against the Germans two years ago.And as part of an agreement between Barcelona and the Brazilian federation, Neymar skipped the Copa America — which sealed Dunga’s fate as Brazil coach for the second time — to ensure he is fresh for the Olympics.Starlets in supportRogerio Micale will take charge after leading Brazil to the under-20 World Cup final last year. Like the fans he also expects Neymar to deliver.He said: “I want to be dependent on Neymar. What coach in the world would not want a Neymar in their team?“Neymar has exceeded my expectations. He is appreciated, he’s a good guy with a huge heart especially around the younger players.“He has shown that he is more than just a great player — he’s a great man admired by everybody.”Neymar was part of the Brazil side shocked by Mexico in the final of the 2012 Olympics, whilst even the likes of Ronaldo and Ronaldinho have come up short when charged with delivering gold.However, Brazil are strong favourites to end their wait as on top of home advantage, they also possess by far the strongest squad on paper. Each team is restricted to just three players over the age of 23 in their 18-man squads.Wonder kids Gabriel Barbosa and Gabriel Jesus, both tipped to make big money moves to Europe from Santos and Palmeiras respectively after the Games, will support Neymar in attack.Meanwhile, Paris Saint Germain defender Marquinhos and Neymar’s Barcelona teammate Rafinha are also among Micale’s squad.Brazil open their campaign against South Africa in Brasilia, one of six Olympic football host cities, before facing Iraq and Denmark in Group A.Their biggest threat is likely to come from eternal rivals Argentina.Atletico Madrid’s Angel Correa and Giovanni Simeone — son of Atletico boss Diego Simeone — formed a lethal partnership in scoring 13 goals to win the 2015 South American under-20 championships to qualify.They face Portugal in the match of the opening round at the Rio Olympic stadium on Thursday in a group also containing Honduras and Algeria.World champions Germany can call on the experience of the Bender twins Lars and Sven of Bayer Leverkusen and Borussia Dortmund as two of their overage players.A return to Brazil holds particularly fond memories for Dortmund full-back Matthias Ginter, who was part of the German squad that won the World Cup two years ago.Ginter has shown his commitment to the cause by flying almost 20,000km in four days as he headed back from China with Dortmund on Friday before jetting off to Brazil.“I’m still young and you have to take the chances offered to you. The Olympics are special. We’re all motivated and want to reach the final in Rio,” said the 22-year-old.Germany start against 2012 gold medallists Mexico in Salvador before facing Fiji and South Korea in Group C.Group B appears the closest to call as Sweden, Colombia, Nigeria and Japan all start with realistic ambitions of reaching the quarter-finals.Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

England boys seek to extend winning run in Canada

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first_img English boy champion Ben Amor (Marlborough, Wiltshire) has been selected in a team of four to represent England Golf in the Canadian International Junior Challenge at Oslerbrook Golf and Country Club in Ontario on 9th – 12th September. He will be accompanied by Haydn McCullen (Delamere Forest, Cheshire), Billy Spooner (Boston, Lincolnshire) and Jonathan Thomson (Lindrick, Yorkshire). England has won this team event for the past five years, while Yorkshire’s Nick Marsh won the individual medal in the event a year ago.  Amor (image copyright Leaderboard Photography) won the English Boys title for the Carris Trophy last month at West Lancashire after a three-way sudden death playoff against Italy’s Renato Paratore and fellow West Countryman Jamie Li (Bath, Somerset). The former Filton College student also made his England debut in the Boys Home Internationals at Forest Pines when he won all six of his games and he is currently third on the Titleist/FootJoy England Golf Boys Order of Merit. McCullen, the Lancashire champion and boy champion, also made his debut in the Boys Home Internationals having been an under 16 cap. He finished tied sixth in the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters and equal 12th in the Fairhaven Trophy. Spooner, capped at under 16 level last year, is enjoying a successful season having finished joint runner-up in the Boys under 16 Championship for the McGregor Trophy and fifth in the Carris Trophy. Thomson is another former under 16 cap who helped Yorkshire finish runners-up in the recent Boys County Championship at Kedleston Park. The Lindrick lad has also finished third in the Fairhaven Trophy and reached the last 32 of the English Amateur at Frilford Heath. The Canadian International Junior Challenge, now in its 7th year, is one of the leading events conducted by the Canadian Junior Golf Association.  It is a team event played over 54 holes of stroke play with the three best scores each day to count. There is also an individual prize. 4 Sep 2013 England boys seek to extend winning run in Canada last_img read more

Teenager Emily to defend English stroke play title

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first_img Tags: Emily Price Teenager Emily Price will defend her title when the English women’s open stroke play championship is played next week at Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire, from 22-24 August.The 17-year-old (pictured) won by two shots last year and has recently helped England to regain their crown as Girls’ Home Internationals champions.Price, from Cleobury Mortimer in Worcestershire, is part of a top-class field which includes Sophie Lamb (Clitheroe, Lancashire) who was the low amateur at the Ricoh Women’s British Open.Lamb, the British stroke play champion, is one of four players in the championship who were in the England side which recently became European team champions.The others are Welsh stroke play champion Gemma Clews (Delamere Forest, Cheshire); Lianna Bailey (Kirby Muxloe, Leicestershire); and Rochelle Morris (Woodsome Hall, Yorkshire) who went on to become England’s top scorer at the women’s Home Internationals with a perfect score of six wins.There’s also a strong contingent of girl internationals, including English girls’ champion Bel Wardle (Prestbury, Cheshire) and English U16 girls’ winner, Annabell Fuller (Roehampton, Surrey).The host club will be represented by Billie-Jo Smith, while a number of players come from much further afield, travelling from countries such as the Czech Republic, Finland, Italy and Germany.The 72-hole championship will be played on the world-renowned Hotchkin course, with the full field playing a round on Tuesday and Wednesday, 22 and 23 August. The leading 40 competitors and ties will play the final 36 holes on Thursday, 24 August.Click here for more information, including tee times.Image copyright Leaderboard Photography 18 Aug 2017 Teenager Emily to defend English stroke play title last_img read more

Semi Finals capture center stage as Nelson City Soccer winds down

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first_imgIt’s semi final weekend in Nelson City Soccer as all three leagues wind down.The action kicks off Saturday in the Leo’s Men’s Open.League winner Innkeepers host U17 Nelson Selects in one semi final while defending champion Old Dogs FC battle Kootenay Co-op.Both games commence at 3:45 p.m. at Lakeside. Sunday, regular season champ Club Inter tackles Bia Boro in one semi while Jackson’s Hole hosts Real Nelson.Both Bia Boro and Real Nelson stayed alive in the post season with quarter final wins.Real Nelson edged Ted Allen’s 5-4 while Bia Boro got past Red Dog 2-1.Both games go at 3:45 p.m. at Lakeside.Earlier Sunday the women’s take over the pitch as four teams remain alive in the Finley’s Ladies Rec League.Regular season champ Lily Whites meet Red Dog in one semi while Selkirk Eyecare host Fire Balls.Both games begin at 2:15 p.m.All winners advance to the league finals next week.last_img read more

Cartoon: December 11, 2015

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Region 1 water woes to end soon

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first_imgResidents of Region One (Barima-Waini) communities are soon to benefit from access to potable water after the many challenges they faced as a result of the prolonged dry weather pattern.The Guyana Water Incorporated visited the area last week and commenced enhancement works as well as drilling of new wells in some communities. Region One Chairman, Brentnol Ashley said he welcomes the work and expressed hope that it is completed within the stipulated time thereby offering permanent relief to those residents who continue to suffer from the lack of access to water in those communities. The regional administration is involved and supports the interventions being made by the water company.Over the months, residents have complained about the hardships they were faced with without access to water. Their springs were dry and they were also unable to use the river as an alternative means since GWI issued a statement prohibiting the use of the river water for consumption due to contamination.A team from GWI, headed by its Managing Director Dr Van West-Charles, visited sites where the works are to be done. The spring which supplies the community of Mabaruma has been cleaned and refurbished and an overhead tank activated.In Port Kaituma, a new well has been drilled and the laying of pipes is nearing completion. Further enhancement works to be completed in that community include the construction of a discharge – the connection of two wells to the transmission line – and the interconnection and installation of gate valves, which are used to control the water supply network. There will also be disinfection of the pipelines before the new wells are activated. Some 540 residents of that community will benefit from improved water access.The only source of water for those residents is the Port Kaituma River which stands the risk of contamination from mining, agricultural and other activities and as such the drilling of this well is a move to transition 50 per cent of Port Kaituma to groundwater supply. This includes the school, hospital and the entire Fitsburg area.Hinterland Services Director of GWI Ramchand Jailall acknowledged the hardships that were being faced by those residents as a result of the dry spell and as such, noted that the new wells are being drilled at a depth of about 230 metres and additional drilling pipes are being mobilised to advance the deeper drilling. Other Region One communities where wells are being drilled include Kamwatta, White Water and 1-4 Miles.The team also visited Matthews Ridge where residents depend on a spring using gravity feed for water supply. During the inspection, it was discovered that this was not an adequate supply of water and as such, measures are to be put in place for the drilling of a well in that community.Meanwhile, Dr Van West-Charles committed to all works being completed within two months and pointed out that while some communities were not targeted in this exercise, provisions will be made in the company’s 2020 budget.He reiterated the company’s efforts in ensuring safe water for all in keeping with its Sustainable Development Goal.last_img read more

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