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Boxing faces breakaway threat ahead of 2020 Tokyo Olympics

first_imgDon’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award RJ Barrett leads No. 2 Duke past No. 3 Virginia Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Philippine Army to acquire MANPADS, self-propelled howitzers LATEST STORIES AIBA published late Friday what it said was a sample letter organized by the breakaway group. The unsigned letter addressed to the IOC says “our group is ready to provide with the necessary technical expertise and sufficient financial conditions” to run the tournament, citing “the dire situation of the sport of boxing.”Relations between the IOC and AIBA are tense after Uzbekistan businessman Gafur Rakhimov was elected AIBA president in November, beating Kazakh candidate Serik Konakbayev.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsThe U.S. Treasury Department has alleged Rakhimov is a heroin trafficker linked to organized crime and placed him under sanctions. Rakhimov denies the allegations.AIBA risks being derecognized in June after an IOC inquiry panel reports. Until then, AIBA is banned from contacting 2020 Tokyo Olympic organizers. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ View comments Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption FILE – In this file photo dated Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018, the new president of the amateur boxing federation Gafur Rakhimov speaks to the media upon becoming the head of AIBA in Moscow, Russia. Amateur boxing faces a breakaway threat ahead of the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo after its international federation elected Gafur Rakhimov as president.( AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko, FILE)MOSCOW — Amateur boxing faces a breakaway threat ahead of the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo after its international federation elected a president accused of ties to organized crime.The federation, known as AIBA, says a “rogue group” led by unnamed “Kazakhstani individuals” has asked national boxing federations to write to the International Olympic Committee offering to help run an Olympic boxing tournament without AIBA.ADVERTISEMENT A person close to Kazakh boxing officials, speaking anonymously because they weren’t authorized to discuss the letter, told The Associated Press the copy published by AIBA was genuine. A leading figure at a national boxing federation, speaking anonymously because of possible retribution from AIBA leadership, said they had been approached to sign such a letter but had not done so. The IOC knows nothing about the plans, spokesman Mark Adams told the AP.AIBA said it had launched a taskforce to investigate and discipline people involved in circulating the letter, accusing them of “sabotaging AIBA’s position within the Olympic movement.”“AIBA assumes that the IOC has dismissed and distanced itself from any and all of these activities initiated by this group of individuals,” AIBA added. “The IOC has been contacted with regards to the letter, however, no response has been provided in return.”ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

L.A. school officer pleads not guilty to sex assault

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! King was arrested that day but was released on $250,000 bail. He remains free on bail and is currently on paid administrative leave. He is charged with one count of sexual battery by restraint, two counts of penetration by a public official and two counts of penetration by a foreign object. If convicted of all charges, he faces up to 20 years in prison, prosecutors said. His next court appearance is scheduled June 14. A Los Angeles School Police Department officer pleaded not guilty today to accusations that he sexually assaulted a 21-year-old woman during a traffic stop. Ian Mitchell King is accused of stopping the woman shortly after midnight May 3 and accused her of making an illegal U-turn near Adams and Redondo Boulevard. He then allegedly said he needed to search her and in the process sexually assaulted her. The woman later called police, as did a passing motorist who reported seeing an officer reaching under a woman’s skirt, according to the District Attorney’s Office.last_img read more

Beatton Airport Road fire grows to 12,000 hectares

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — Officials new estimate the Beatton Airport Road fire is now 12,000 hectares in size.Incident Information Officer Marg Drysdale confirmed that the fire has 112 firefighters assigned to it, along with nine helicopters and 12 pieces of heavy equipment.At this time, Drysdale could not confirm what direction the flames are heading.- Advertisement -An evacuation order issued on Thursday near the fire was expanded to include more residences in the area.evacuation orderCourtesy of PRRDlast_img read more

‘Pep dressing for his first day as City boss like a student at an indie disco’

first_imgPep Guardiola’s all about possession, but it’s the clobber he possesses that’s being drawing comments in his first days as City boss.The former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss rocked up to City’s Carrington training ground on Sunday wearing black skinny jeans, a blazer and Converse trainers.Then he followed it up with some classic football casual Stone Island gear on Monday.See below for the most entertaining reaction to Guardiola’s gear… 1 Pep Guardiola at his Manchester City unveiling last_img read more

DELIGHT FOR BUNCRANA AS CAOLAN MCGONAGLE MAKES DONEGAL BOW AGAINST DOWN

first_imgBUNCRANA CLG NOTES (31.01.2016)Congratulations to Caolan McGonagle who made his debut this weekend against Down in his first National League senior match. We also wish him luck in the rest of his Sigerson campaign for DCU and to all our club players representing their colleges. National Club DrawRemember that the National Club Draw tickets are now available from any club member. All proceeds go back towards the club and are a pivotal part of club fund raising. Please try to sell or buy a ticket where possible. Prizes are second to none.Presentation Night.Friday, 19th February will see Buncrana GAA host their Presentation Night in the Inishowen Gateway Hotel. This will be for presentation to all our adult teams who have seen success in 2015. It promises to be a great night with live music by The Hectics and disco afterwards. Tickets are €10 and are available from Buncrana club members and players. This is open to all and new faces are always welcome. Party starts 9pm! Recycling BinBuncrana GAA has a recycle bin at The Scarvey. Anyone who wishes to place old clothes, shoes, curtains, towels etc… can do so. This helps raise funds for the club. Open for anyone to use.Club LottoLotto numbers this week were 1, 2, 4, 22. There were no winners. Next wee the jackpot will be 1,050.Anyone who may have information on GAA in the Buncrana area around 1916 is asked to contact the club. May be of interest to some of our local Historians!Bord Na nOg Club registration will take place this coming week. Please pay attention to the day and time allocated for particular age groups. Parents are encouraged to come along and meet the coaches. We welcome new players of all grades. We will answer any questions that you have.Tuesday 2nd February : Under 6&8 – 7pm – 8pmWednesday 3rd February: Under 10, 12 & 14- 7pm-8pmThursday 4th Febraury: Under 16- 7pm-8pm Friday 5th February: Minor & Senior/ Coaches & Management, Committee and Public 7pm-8pm.FootballU6 Fundementals Buncrana Youth club Friday’s 6.30-7.30U8 Football registration is on in the clubhouse at The Scarvey between 7pm & 8pm on Tuesday 2nd of February.Training every Monday in the boys club from 6:30pm to 7:30pm. New players always welcome.U10 Football Buncrana Youth Club on Saturday 3pm – 4pmU12 Football Buncrana Youth Club on Saturday 4pm – 5pmU16 Football. Friday nights in the club 6.30pm – 8pmMinor(U18) Football will continue training sessions in O’Flaherty Fitness on Wednesday and Thusday at 4.15pm. HurlingU-14 hurling training Tuesday nights 7-8pm. Bring  2euro for taining.U12 Hurling Crana College Friday’s from 6.30 – 7.30U10 Hurling Crana College on Friday 5.30 – 6.30 U6 & U8 Hurling Crana College on Sunday’s 11am – 12pmGirls FootballU-12 training for girls resumes on Thursday 18th Feb. This also applies for U8 & U10 girls. A short break due to ‘Mocks’.DELIGHT FOR BUNCRANA AS CAOLAN MCGONAGLE MAKES DONEGAL BOW AGAINST DOWN was last modified: February 1st, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:buncranaCaolan McGonagledonegalGAASportlast_img read more

Arsenal legend Thierry Henry makes losing start as Monaco boss

first_img 2 REVEALED Monaco were forced to battle for the last 24 minutes with 10 man after the sending-off of Samuel Grandsir and Youri Tielemans scored an injury-time consolation from the penalty spot.Henry sought to make an immediate impression with four changes for the trip to the Stade de la Meinau and they made most of the early running against their mid-table opponents.Stevan Jovetic fired a dangerous free-kick which was well saved by Strasbourg goalkeeper Matz Sels in the 16th minute, but Monaco’s fragile confidence would take a blow moments later. REVEALED LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS A swift Strasbourg counter-attack ended in Thomasson placing a weak header through the hands of the returning Seydou Sy, who should have done better with the effort.Monaco captain Radamel Falcao had an effort ruled out for offside shortly before he was forced off injured, but the visitors still showed plenty of intent, with Moussa Sylla bringing another good save out of Sels.Henry will have had few harsh words at the break after a promising first-half display, which concluded with Alexandr Golovkin just failing to connect with a Jovetic cross in front of goal. MONEY Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade 2 Henry’s debut was one to forget Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Strasbourg were clearly clinging on to their lead and the Monaco pressure continued early in the second period, with Kamil Glik coming close before substitute Grandsir was dismissed for a high tackle on Anthony Goncalves.Grandsir’s red card changed the momentum of the game and Strasbourg effectively sealed victory on the counter attack six minutes from time, when Mothiba chipped Sy for his sixth goal of the season.The first goal of Henry’s reign arrived deep into injury time with Tielemans’ spot-kick, but it will have come as scant consolation for the Arsenal great who now knows the size of his task. Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Thierry Henry suffered a tough start to his Monaco reign as his side lost 2-1 at Strasbourg and fell into the Ligue 1 relegation zone.The Arsenal legend – in his first managerial career – has a mountain to climb with a club that has won just once in 10 domestic matches this season, as goals from Adrien Thomasson and Lebo Mothiba shattered his high-profile return. Henry knows he has a tough job on his hands BEST OF Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card no dice ADVICE RANKED huge blow last_img read more

CHEF CONRAD SHAMED INTO PAYING MIGRANT WORKER’S WAGES

first_imgMIGRANT worker Rishi Mohiputlall was finally paid wages due to him for over a year by celebrity chef Conrad Gallagher today.The Letterkenny man paid up €1,400 after a public action outside his restaurant Salon des Saveurs on Aungier St. was postponed last Friday lunchtime.Mr Mohiputlall, from Mauritius, worked in Gallagher’s restaurant for a period in 2010, and had still not been paid. Following numerous attempts to retrieve his wages, including an official complaint to the Labour Relations Commission, Mr Mohiputlall decided to go public on the issue.Last Friday’s action was organised by the Restaurant and Catering Workers Forum, established by SIPTU and Migrant Rights Centre Ireland (MRCI), to support Mr Mohiputlall in trying to obtain his wages and to draw public attention to such practices in the restaurant industry.Reacting to the news that Mr Gallagher had transferred wages owed in full to the worker’s account, Mr Mohiputlall said: “I am very happy to finally have received the money I was owed, but I believe it shouldn’t be so difficult to simply get paid your wages. I was very grateful for the support of fellow workers in the Restaurant and Catering Workers Forum.“If workers stand together and support each other, it’s good for all of us and we can stop these types of abuses. These are tough times for low-paid workers and we need to take a stand together.” Ms Helen Lowry of MRCI told donegaldaily.com: “We are delighted for Rishi that he has finally been paid, however we believe that it should not take over a year of repeated attempts, a legal case at the LRC, and finally the threat of public denunciation to ensure that employers pay their staff their wages.“This is not an isolated incident – our experience shows that non-compliance in the restaurant industry continues to be a real problem, and must be addressed. This can be done by workers organising collectively for change, joining a trade union, and reporting abuses to the authorities.”According to Pat Ward of SIPTU: “This experience shows that, now more than ever, we must ensure protections remain in place for low-paid workers who need them most.“The Restaurant Association of Ireland, who has led recent attacks on workers’ wages and conditions, should spend more of its time trying to get restaurants to comply with existing labour law rather than cut workers’ wages.’ The Restaurant and Catering Workers Forum believes that a successful industry is possible while providing fair and decent conditions for workers.”CHEF CONRAD SHAMED INTO PAYING MIGRANT WORKER’S WAGES was last modified: July 5th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Conrad GallagherMigrant RightsMRCIunpaid wageslast_img read more

High School Scoreboard 10/14

first_imgFOOTBALL ALMONT LEAGUE Montebello 34, Schurr 30 Schurr 0 3 14 13 30 Montebello 34, Schurr 30 Schurr 0 3 14 13 30 M: Rangel 1 run (Samia kick) S: Steven Cano 34 run (Negrette kick) M: Gabriel Diaz 31 pass from Rene Cerda (Samia kick) S: Cano 10 pass from Joseph Orduno (Negrette kick) M: Chris Barrios 23 run (Samia kick) S: Cano 39 pass from Orduno (kick blocked) Records (overall, league): Schurr 1-5, 0-1; Montebello 2-4, 1-0. San Gabriel 36, Alhambra 21 Alhambra 0 7 7 7 21 San Gabriel 0 14 14 8 36 A: Anthony Brown 19 run (Jacob Proctor kick) SG: Saile Ramirez 3 run (Ulyses Lopez run) SG: Charles Hallinan 5 pass from Ramirez (run failed) SG: Alfred Varela 24 pass from Ramirez (Varela pass from Ramirez) A: Osvaldo Ortiz 44 pass from Proctor (Proctor kick) SG: Varela 50 pass from Ramirez (pass failed) SG: Varela 35 yard fumble return (Hallinan run) A: Ortiz 12 pass from Proctor (Proctor kick) Records (overall, league): Alhambra 5-1, 0-1; San Gabriel 5-1 1-0. DELPHIC LEAGUE Whittier Christian 20, Campbell Hall 19 Campbell Hall 7 6 0 6 19 Whittier Christn 0 0 7 13 20 CH: Brandon Scott 23 run (Zachary Kaplan kick) CH: Kaplan 1 run (kick failed) WC: Esteban Camarillo 31 run (Zack Metzner kick) WC: Camarillo 3 run (Metzner kick) CH: Elliott Battle 20 run (pass failed) WC: Taylor Redmond 17 pass from Joe Villa (run failed) Records (overall, league): Campbell Hall 5-1, 0-1; Whittier Christian 5-0, 1-0. MIRAMONTE LEAGUE Charter Oak 31, Los Altos 13 Charter Oak 6 6 13 6 31 Los Altos 7 6 0 0 13 CO: Michael Johnson 67 pass from Andrew Carreon (kick failed) LA: James Davis 13 run (C.J. Sofka kick) CO: Carreon 1 run (pass failed) LA: Chapelle Brown 60 interception return (pass failed) CO: Brian Hunter 41 run (pass failed) CO; Johnson 56 pass from Carreon (Natalie Bailey kick) CO: Johnny Crespo 3 run (kick blocked) Records (overall, league): Charter Oak 4-2, 1-0; Los Altos 4-2, 0-1. MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE Rosemead 37, Gabrielino 0 Rosemead 0 13 17 7 37 Gabrielino 0 0 0 0 0 R: Deon Sumler 3 run (kick blocked) R: Joey Rios 78 fumble return (Jose Camarena Kick) R: Paul Molina 80 kick return (Camarena kick) R: Camarena 50 FG R: Sumler 20 run (Camarena Kick) R: Albert Molina 2 run (Camarena Kick) Records (overall, league):Rosemead 6-0,1-0; Gabrielino 0-4-1,0-1. South El Monte 27, Arroyo 20 South El Monte 13 7 7 0 27 Arroyo 0 20 0 0 20 S: Phillip Teleafoa 2 run (kick failed) S: Daniel Romero 77 pass from Lee Aguirre (Julio Pacheco kick) A: Ricky Amaya 20 pass from Dominic Salmon (Sergio Leon kick) A: Leon 27 FG A: Leon 7 pass from Salmon (Leon kick) S: Gus Mendoza 93 pass from Aguire (Pacheco kick) A: Manny Santizo 22 FG S: Teleafoa 1 run (Pacheco kick) Records (overall, league): S. El Monte (5-1, 1-0); Arroyo (4-2, 0-1). MONTVIEW LEAGUE Duarte 42, Bassett 6 Duarte 14 6 0 22 42 Bassett 0 6 0 0 6 D: Brandyn Lopez 82 kickoff return (pass failed) D: Le’one Fortunati 85 interception return (Corey Fluker pass from Darius Reese) D: Chris Harris 26 run (pass failed) B: Ruben Guardado 24 pass from Vincent Pena (pass failed) D: Fluker 74 punt return (Reese run) D: Fluker 77 punt return (Jermaine Thomas pass from Austin Goldsmith) D: Josh Polk 13 run (kick failed)Records (overall, league): Duarte 5-1, 3-0; Bassett 0-7, 0-3. Azusa 36, Workman 13 Workman 7 0 0 6 13 Azusa 0 22 14 0 36 W: Alex Silva 1 run (Julio Salas Kick) A: Gabriel Ochoa 2 run (Jose Velazquez Kick) A: Domingo Lopez 21 run (Ochoa Run) A: Ochoa 2 run (Velazquez Kick) A: Lopez 27 run (Velazquez Kick) A: Lopez 2 run (Velazquez Kick) W: Francisco Ruiz 1 run (Pass Failed) Records (overall, league): Workman 0-6-1, 0-3; Azusa 2-4, 1-1. SAN ANTONIO LEAGUE West Covina 28, Nogales 6 Nogales 0 6 0 0 6 West Covina 0 7 14 7 28 N: Eddie Ross 12 run (kick failed) WC: Abel Sandoval 4 pass from George Munoz (Robert Mata kick) WC: Jon Mejia 26 pass from Munoz (Mata kick) WC: Jason Peterkin 68 pass from Munoz (Mata kick) WC: Xavier Tucker 11 pass from Munoz (Mata kick) Records (overall, league): Nogales 3-3, 0-1; West Covina 6-0, 1-0. South Hills 40, Rowland 20 South Hills 7 0 6 27 40 Rowland 0 13 0 7 20 SH: Marquies Winbush 10 run (kick failed) RHS: Mark Burgos 10 run (Leonard Moreno kick) RHS: Burgos 10 run (kick failed) SH: Kevin Mort 5 run (Kyle Peterson kick) SH: Winbush 2 run (kick failed) SH: Winbush 78 run (run failed) RHS: John Gonzales 76 pass from Phillip Chase (Moreno kick) SH: Mike Maldonado 29 pass from Mort (Maldonado pass from Mort) SH: Winbush 48 run (Peterson kick) Records (overall, league): South Hills 4-2, 1-0; Rowland 4-2, 0-1 SERRA LEAGUE St. John Bosco 20, Bishop Amat 10 Bishop Amat 0 0 3 7 10 St. John Bosco 0 3 0 17 20 S: Andrew Aguila 33 FG B: Jeremy Gener 46 FG S: Lawrence Doss 1 rush (Aguila kick) S: Doss 3 rush (Aguila kick) B: Dominique Gaisie 2 rush (Gener kick) S: Aguila 47 FG Records (overall, league): Bishop Amat 4-2, 0-1; St. John Bosco 3-3, 1-0. VALLE VISTA LEAGUE Covina 61, Ganesha 0 Ganesha 0 0 0 0 0 Covina 27 20 7 7 61 C: Monti Sutton 85 kickoff return (Oscar Tello kick) C: Sutton 15 pass from Michael McDonough (kick failed) C: Art Combest 47 run (Tello kick) C: Combest 5 pass from McDonough (Tello kick) C: McDonough 10 run (Tello kick) C: Combest 15 run (pass failed) C: McDonough 64 run (Tello kick) C: Jesus Rodriguez 1 run (Tello kick) C: Billy Parades 10 run (Tello kick) Records (overall, league): Ganesha 0-5, 0-1; Covina 5-1, 1-0. San Dimas 35, Northview 34 Northview 7 19 6 2 34 San Dimas 7 7 14 7 35 SD: Ryan Richard 5 run (Eric Samples kick) N: Damian James 66 run (Jeremy Hernandez kick) N: James 23 run (run failed) SD: Roy Curry 89 kick return (Samples kick) N: James 1 run (Hernandez kick) N: Justin Wallace 11 pass from James (pass failed) SD: Curry 5 run (Samples kick) SD: Richard 1 run (Samples kick) N: Will Davis 5 run (pass failed) SD: Deryck Marquez 15 pass from Eric Samples (Samples kick) N: Samples runs out of endzone for safety Records (overall, league): Northview (2-4, 0-1); San Dimas (1-5, 1-0). BOYS CROSS COUNTRY MONTVIEW LEAGUE At Bonelli Park La Puente 22, Azusa 37 1. Daniel Garay (LP) 16:45, 2. Ricardo Rodriguez (LP) 16:46, 3. Luiz Rojas (A) 16:58, 4. Oswaldo Chavez (LP) 17:04, 5. Max Urieta (A) 17:19. Records: La Puente 4-0; Azusa 3-1. at Bonelli Park Duarte 17, Sierra Vista 38 1. Juan Salas (D) 17:24, 2. Paul Ciddons (D) 18:05 3. Jose Pacheco (D) 18:18 4. Jose Rodriguez (SV) 18:35 5. Paul Estrada (D) 18:36. Records: Duarte 4-1, 3-1; Sierra Vista 2-2; 2-1. Bassett 27, Workman 29 1. Sergio Palacio (B) 19:02, 2. Uziel Pena (B) 19:26, 3. Martin Murillo (W) 19:34, 4. Robert Palomera (W) 20:03, 5. Gerardo Ramirez (W) 20:10. Records: Bassett 1-3; Workman 0-4. GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY MONTVIEW LEAGUE At Bonelli Park Azusa 27, La Puente 28 1. Maribel Cortez (A) 20:27, 2. Andreya Perez (LP) 22:11, 3. Adrianna Campos (A) 22:23, 4. Bene Zapata (LP) 22:40, 5. Katrina Sanchez (LP) 22:59. Records: Azusa 4-0; La Puente 3-1. Sierra Vista 16; Duarte 250 1.Emily Still (D) 22:08 2. Janice Jimenez (SV) 22:24 3. Mayra Villegas (SV) 23:534. Jessica Gaeta (SV) 24:14 5. Marisol Martinez (SV) 24:34. Records:Sierra Vista 3-1, 3-0; Duarte 2-3, 1-3. Bassett 25, Workman 31 1. Cristina Rojero (B) 23:39, 2. Diana Vigil (W) 23:49, 3. Audrey Rodriguez (W) 24:57, 4. Arianna Flores (B) 25:08, 5. Martha Montoya (B) 25:47. Records: Bassett 2-2; Workman 0-4. GIRLS FIELD HOCKEY SIERRA LEAGUE Glendora 1, Harvard Westlake 1 SOC.BOX1:Glendora 0 1–1 SOC.BOX2:Harvard Westlake 0 1–1 Glendora scoring: Katie Ruth (Davina Carrillo) . Harvard Westlake scoring: unavailable. Shots: Glendora 14; Harvard Westlake 19. Goalie saves: Tiffany Brandt (G) 13. Records (overall, league): Glendora 8-1-2, 4-0-1; Harvard Westlake 11-3-1, 3-2-1. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL CHRISTIAN LEAGUE At Club West (La Verne) Arrowhead Christian def. Western Christian 26-28, 25-16, 26-24, 25-21. Records (overall, league): Arrowhead Christian 8-0, 4-0; Western Christian 9-5, 2-2. Notes: Lauren Bjorklund (WC) 15 kills, 8 blocks. MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE At Mountain View HS Arroyo def. Mountain View 25-21, 21-25, 25-18, 22-25, 15-10. Records (overall, league): Arroyo 8-5, 3-1; Mountain View 4-6, 3-1. Notes: Diana Moreno (A) 11 kills, 6 aces; Stephanie Hernandez (A) 12 kills; Sabrina Rodriguez (A) 5 aces. THURSDAY’S RESULTS VALLE VISTA LEAGUE At Covina San Dimas def. Covina 25-16, 25-11, 25-22. Records (overall, league): San Dimas 8-7, 2-2; Covina 0-4 (in league). Notes: Brittni May (SD) 10 kills. At Northview HS Northview def. Baldwin Park 25-20, 25-18, 25-11. Records (overall, league): Baldwin Park 1-9, 0-4; Northview 6-3, 4-0. SAN ANTONIO LEAGUE At Walnut Walnut def. Nogales 25-14, 25-16, 25-19. Records (overall, league): Nogales 6-6, 1-2; Walnut 14-3, 3-0. Notes: Angeline Quiocho (W) 10 kills; Elaine Chen (W) 28 assists. NONLEAGUE At Los Altos HS South Hills def. Los Altos 25-10, 28-26, 21-25, 25-22. Records (overall, league): South Hills 16-3, 3-0; Los Altos 1-2. Notes: Allison Wilder (SH) 7 blocks; Madison Compise (SH) 10 kills; Natalia Gonzalez (SH) 15 kills. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Montebello 0 13 14 7 34 M: James Rangel 8 run (kick failed) S: FG Nestor Negrette 44 M: Rangel 89 (Jorge Samia kick) S: Julian De La Hay 85 kick off return (Negrette kick) M: Rangel 1 run (Samia kick) S: Steven Cano 34 run (Negrette kick) M: Gabriel Diaz 31 pass from Rene Cerda (Samia kick) S: Cano 10 pass from Joseph Orduno (Negrette kick) M: Chris Barrios 23 run (Samia kick) S: Cano 39 pass from Orduno (kick blocked) Records (overall, league): Schurr 1-5, 0-1; Montebello 2-4, 1-0. San Gabriel 36, Alhambra 21 Alhambra 0 7 7 7 21 San Gabriel 0 14 14 8 36 A: Anthony Brown 19 run (Jacob Proctor kick) SG: Saile Ramirez 3 run (Ulyses Lopez run) SG: Charles Hallinan 5 pass from Ramirez (run failed) SG: Alfred Varela 24 pass from Ramirez (Varela pass from Ramirez) A: Osvaldo Ortiz 44 pass from Proctor (Proctor kick) SG: Varela 50 pass from Ramirez (pass failed) SG: Varela 35 yard fumble return (Hallinan run) A: Ortiz 12 pass from Proctor (Proctor kick) Records (overall, league): Alhambra 5-1, 0-1; San Gabriel 5-1 1-0. DELPHIC LEAGUE Whittier Christian 20, Campbell Hall 19 Campbell Hall 7 6 0 6 19 Whittier Christn 0 0 7 13 20 CH: Brandon Scott 23 run (Zachary Kaplan kick) CH: Kaplan 1 run (kick failed) WC: Esteban Camarillo 31 run (Zack Metzner kick) WC: Camarillo 3 run (Metzner kick) CH: Elliott Battle 20 run (pass failed) WC: Taylor Redmond 17 pass from Joe Villa (run failed) Records (overall, league): Campbell Hall 5-1, 0-1; Whittier Christian 5-0, 1-0. MIRAMONTE LEAGUE Charter Oak 31, Los Altos 13 Charter Oak 6 6 13 6 31 Los Altos 7 6 0 0 13 CO: Michael Johnson 67 pass from Andrew Carreon (kick failed) LA: James Davis 13 run (C.J. Sofka kick) CO: Carreon 1 run (pass failed) LA: Chapelle Brown 60 interception return (pass failed) CO: Brian Hunter 41 run (pass failed) CO; Johnson 56 pass from Carreon (Natalie Bailey kick) CO: Johnny Crespo 3 run (kick blocked) Records (overall, league): Charter Oak 4-2, 1-0; Los Altos 4-2, 0-1. MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE Rosemead 37, Gabrielino 0 Rosemead 0 13 17 7 37 Gabrielino 0 0 0 0 0 R: Deon Sumler 3 run (kick blocked) R: Joey Rios 78 fumble return (Jose Camarena Kick) R: Paul Molina 80 kick return (Camarena kick) R: Camarena 50 FG R: Sumler 20 run (Camarena Kick) R: Albert Molina 2 run (Camarena Kick) Records (overall, league):Rosemead 6-0,1-0; Gabrielino 0-4-1,0-1. South El Monte 27, Arroyo 20 South El Monte 13 7 7 0 27 Arroyo 0 20 0 0 20 S: Phillip Teleafoa 2 run (kick failed) S: Daniel Romero 77 pass from Lee Aguirre (Julio Pacheco kick) A: Ricky Amaya 20 pass from Dominic Salmon (Sergio Leon kick) A: Leon 27 FG A: Leon 7 pass from Salmon (Leon kick) S: Gus Mendoza 93 pass from Aguire (Pacheco kick) A: Manny Santizo 22 FG S: Teleafoa 1 run (Pacheco kick) Records (overall, league): S. El Monte (5-1, 1-0); Arroyo (4-2, 0-1). MONTVIEW LEAGUE Duarte 42, Bassett 6 Duarte 14 6 0 22 42 Bassett 0 6 0 0 6 D: Brandyn Lopez 82 kickoff return (pass failed) D: Le’one Fortunati 85 interception return (Corey Fluker pass from Darius Reese) D: Chris Harris 26 run (pass failed) B: Ruben Guardado 24 pass from Vincent Pena (pass failed) D: Fluker 74 punt return (Reese run) D: Fluker 77 punt return (Jermaine Thomas pass from Austin Goldsmith) D: Josh Polk 13 run (kick failed)Records (overall, league): Duarte 5-1, 3-0; Bassett 0-7, 0-3. Azusa 36, Workman 13 Workman 7 0 0 6 13 Azusa 0 22 14 0 36 W: Alex Silva 1 run (Julio Salas Kick) A: Gabriel Ochoa 2 run (Jose Velazquez Kick) A: Domingo Lopez 21 run (Ochoa Run) A: Ochoa 2 run (Velazquez Kick) A: Lopez 27 run (Velazquez Kick) A: Lopez 2 run (Velazquez Kick) W: Francisco Ruiz 1 run (Pass Failed) Records (overall, league): Workman 0-6-1, 0-3; Azusa 2-4, 1-1. SAN ANTONIO LEAGUE West Covina 28, Nogales 6 Nogales 0 6 0 0 6 West Covina 0 7 14 7 28 N: Eddie Ross 12 run (kick failed) WC: Abel Sandoval 4 pass from George Munoz (Robert Mata kick) WC: Jon Mejia 26 pass from Munoz (Mata kick) WC: Jason Peterkin 68 pass from Munoz (Mata kick) WC: Xavier Tucker 11 pass from Munoz (Mata kick) Records (overall, league): Nogales 3-3, 0-1; West Covina 6-0, 1-0. South Hills 40, Rowland 20 South Hills 7 0 6 27 40 Rowland 0 13 0 7 20 SH: Marquies Winbush 10 run (kick failed) RHS: Mark Burgos 10 run (Leonard Moreno kick) RHS: Burgos 10 run (kick failed) SH: Kevin Mort 5 run (Kyle Peterson kick) SH: Winbush 2 run (kick failed) SH: Winbush 78 run (run failed) RHS: John Gonzales 76 pass from Phillip Chase (Moreno kick) SH: Mike Maldonado 29 pass from Mort (Maldonado pass from Mort) SH: Winbush 48 run (Peterson kick) Records (overall, league): South Hills 4-2, 1-0; Rowland 4-2, 0-1 SERRA LEAGUE St. John Bosco 20, Bishop Amat 10 Bishop Amat 0 0 3 7 10 St. John Bosco 0 3 0 17 20 S: Andrew Aguila 33 FG B: Jeremy Gener 46 FG S: Lawrence Doss 1 rush (Aguila kick) S: Doss 3 rush (Aguila kick) B: Dominique Gaisie 2 rush (Gener kick) S: Aguila 47 FG Records (overall, league): Bishop Amat 4-2, 0-1; St. John Bosco 3-3, 1-0. VALLE VISTA LEAGUE Covina 61, Ganesha 0 Ganesha 0 0 0 0 0 Covina 27 20 7 7 61 C: Monti Sutton 85 kickoff return (Oscar Tello kick) C: Sutton 15 pass from Michael McDonough (kick failed) C: Art Combest 47 run (Tello kick) C: Combest 5 pass from McDonough (Tello kick) C: McDonough 10 run (Tello kick) C: Combest 15 run (pass failed) C: McDonough 64 run (Tello kick) C: Jesus Rodriguez 1 run (Tello kick) C: Billy Parades 10 run (Tello kick) Records (overall, league): Ganesha 0-5, 0-1; Covina 5-1, 1-0. San Dimas 35, Northview 34 Northview 7 19 6 2 34 San Dimas 7 7 14 7 35 SD: Ryan Richard 5 run (Eric Samples kick) N: Damian James 66 run (Jeremy Hernandez kick) N: James 23 run (run failed) SD: Roy Curry 89 kick return (Samples kick) N: James 1 run (Hernandez kick) N: Justin Wallace 11 pass from James (pass failed) SD: Curry 5 run (Samples kick) SD: Richard 1 run (Samples kick) N: Will Davis 5 run (pass failed) SD: Deryck Marquez 15 pass from Eric Samples (Samples kick) N: Samples runs out of endzone for safety Records (overall, league): Northview (2-4, 0-1); San Dimas (1-5, 1-0). BOYS CROSS COUNTRY MONTVIEW LEAGUE At Bonelli Park La Puente 22, Azusa 37 1. Daniel Garay (LP) 16:45, 2. Ricardo Rodriguez (LP) 16:46, 3. Luiz Rojas (A) 16:58, 4. Oswaldo Chavez (LP) 17:04, 5. Max Urieta (A) 17:19. Records: La Puente 4-0; Azusa 3-1. at Bonelli Park Duarte 17, Sierra Vista 38 1. Juan Salas (D) 17:24, 2. Paul Ciddons (D) 18:05 3. Jose Pacheco (D) 18:18 4. Jose Rodriguez (SV) 18:35 5. Paul Estrada (D) 18:36. Records: Duarte 4-1, 3-1; Sierra Vista 2-2; 2-1. Bassett 27, Workman 29 1. Sergio Palacio (B) 19:02, 2. Uziel Pena (B) 19:26, 3. Martin Murillo (W) 19:34, 4. Robert Palomera (W) 20:03, 5. Gerardo Ramirez (W) 20:10. Records: Bassett 1-3; Workman 0-4. GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY MONTVIEW LEAGUE At Bonelli Park Azusa 27, La Puente 28 1. Maribel Cortez (A) 20:27, 2. Andreya Perez (LP) 22:11, 3. Adrianna Campos (A) 22:23, 4. Bene Zapata (LP) 22:40, 5. Katrina Sanchez (LP) 22:59. Records: Azusa 4-0; La Puente 3-1. Sierra Vista 16; Duarte 250 1.Emily Still (D) 22:08 2. Janice Jimenez (SV) 22:24 3. Mayra Villegas (SV) 23:534. Jessica Gaeta (SV) 24:14 5. Marisol Martinez (SV) 24:34. Records:Sierra Vista 3-1, 3-0; Duarte 2-3, 1-3. Bassett 25, Workman 31 1. Cristina Rojero (B) 23:39, 2. Diana Vigil (W) 23:49, 3. Audrey Rodriguez (W) 24:57, 4. Arianna Flores (B) 25:08, 5. Martha Montoya (B) 25:47. Records: Bassett 2-2; Workman 0-4. GIRLS FIELD HOCKEY SIERRA LEAGUE Glendora 1, Harvard Westlake 1 SOC.BOX1:Glendora 0 1–1 SOC.BOX2:Harvard Westlake 0 1–1 Glendora scoring: Katie Ruth (Davina Carrillo) . Harvard Westlake scoring: unavailable. Shots: Glendora 14; Harvard Westlake 19. Goalie saves: Tiffany Brandt (G) 13. Records (overall, league): Glendora 8-1-2, 4-0-1; Harvard Westlake 11-3-1, 3-2-1. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL CHRISTIAN LEAGUE At Club West (La Verne) Arrowhead Christian def. Western Christian 26-28, 25-16, 26-24, 25-21. Records (overall, league): Arrowhead Christian 8-0, 4-0; Western Christian 9-5, 2-2. Notes: Lauren Bjorklund (WC) 15 kills, 8 blocks. MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE At Mountain View HS Arroyo def. Mountain View 25-21, 21-25, 25-18, 22-25, 15-10. Records (overall, league): Arroyo 8-5, 3-1; Mountain View 4-6, 3-1. Notes: Diana Moreno (A) 11 kills, 6 aces; Stephanie Hernandez (A) 12 kills; Sabrina Rodriguez (A) 5 aces. THURSDAY’S RESULTS VALLE VISTA LEAGUE At Covina San Dimas def. Covina 25-16, 25-11, 25-22. Records (overall, league): San Dimas 8-7, 2-2; Covina 0-4 (in league). Notes: Brittni May (SD) 10 kills. At Northview HS Northview def. Baldwin Park 25-20, 25-18, 25-11. Records (overall, league): Baldwin Park 1-9, 0-4; Northview 6-3, 4-0. SAN ANTONIO LEAGUE At Walnut Walnut def. Nogales 25-14, 25-16, 25-19. Records (overall, league): Nogales 6-6, 1-2; Walnut 14-3, 3-0. Notes: Angeline Quiocho (W) 10 kills; Elaine Chen (W) 28 assists. NONLEAGUE At Los Altos HS South Hills def. Los Altos 25-10, 28-26, 21-25, 25-22. Records (overall, league): South Hills 16-3, 3-0; Los Altos 1-2. Notes: Allison Wilder (SH) 7 blocks; Madison Compise (SH) 10 kills; Natalia Gonzalez (SH) 15 kills. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!,FOOTBALL ALMONT LEAGUE AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Montebello 0 13 14 7 34 M: James Rangel 8 run (kick failed) S: FG Nestor Negrette 44 M: Rangel 89 (Jorge Samia kick) S: Julian De La Hay 85 kick off return (Negrette kick) last_img read more

Suhr And Irwin Claim Capital Square Vault Titles

first_imgRESULTS Men Kristen Hixson, Unattached, NH Women Katie Nageotte finished in second on the women’s side as she cleared 15-5 on her first attempt and missed all three attempts at 15-9. Shawn Barber, the 2016 Drake Relays Champion, came in second as he cleared 18-4.5 on his second attempt. Suhr was nearly perfect on the night as she cleared the bar on the first attempt at the first two heights. She then cleared 15-9 on her third attempt to secure the win. Suhr attempted to break her own indoor world record at 16-6.5, but got over hyped which caused her timing to be off and wasn’t able to set a new world record.center_img DES MOINES, Iowa – Jenn Suhr, a three-time Olympian and indoor world record holder, and Andrew Irwin won the third-annual Capital Square Vault presented by Catch Des Moines and the Des Moines Register in downtown Des Moines Wednesday evening, April 25. Andrew Irwin, Arkansas Vault Club, 18-4.5 (5.60) Shawn Barber, Nike Canada, 18-4.5 (5.60) Sam Kendricks, Nike, 18-0.5 (5.50) Mike Arnold, Nike, 18-0.5 (5.50) Scott Houston, Shore AC, 17-8.5 (5.40) Jenn Suhr, adidas, 15-9 (4.80) Katie Nageotte, Nike, 15-5 (4.70) Sandi Morris, Nike, 15-5 (4.70) Kristen Brown, Chula Vista Elite 13-11.25 (4.25) Irwin got out to a tough start as he needed all three attempts to clear the first height. He became more comfortable and went to match his personal best and clear 18-4.5 on his first attempt to win. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

SPONSORED KAYAK GETS GREEN LIGHT FOR SUNDAY

first_imgWhat a great way to wake up on a Sunday Morning with a paddle long the coast from Dungloe Pier to Burtonport Harbour.The death on the poster above is wrong but the kayake event goes ahead this weekend!The Annual Sponsored Kayak from Dungloe Pier to Burtonport Harbour taking place on Sunday next, 22nd Sept, 2013 at 8.30am. All monies raised is in aid of Dungloe Hospital Patient Care FundThe event was rescheduled because of bad weather recently. Hope fully it will be all systems go this weekend! – This event is open to all age groups. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult– 2 Support boats will be in attendance on the day– Lifejackets must be worn by all participants– Own kayak essential – Leaving Dungloe pier at 8.30am sharp, if all participants could be at the pier for 8.15am to ensure we get away without delay– Approx time 1hour 20minsIf anyone is interested in taking part the please do not hesitate to contact Annette or Gerard on 0876448417/0877730727Please come and support this event either on the water or from the pier. SPONSORED KAYAK GETS GREEN LIGHT FOR SUNDAY was last modified: September 20th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:burtonportdungloeKAYAKElast_img read more