Ernst & Young heads for More London Bridge headquarters

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Governor Wolf Announces $75.6 Million Investment in Water Infrastructure Projects in 8 Counties

first_imgGovernor Wolf Announces $75.6 Million Investment in Water Infrastructure Projects in 8 Counties Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf SHARE Email Facebook Twitter October 19, 2016 Environment,  Infrastructure,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today announced the investment of $75.6 million for nine drinking water and wastewater projects across eight counties through the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST).“Today the PENNVEST Board of Directors renewed its commitment to clean water in Pennsylvania and to the health of it citizens”, said Governor Wolf. ”The investment of millions of dollars all across the Commonwealth serves as testimony to the Board’s and this administration’s desire to improve our environment and to protect our precious natural resources, for today’s Pennsylvanians as well as for future generation s to come.”Of the $75.6 million, $54.4 million is allocated for low-interest loans and $21.2 million is awarded through grants.The funding comes from a combination of state funds approved by voters, federal grants to PENNVEST from the Environmental Protection Agency and recycled loan repayments from previous PENNVEST funding awards. Funds for the projects are disbursed after bills for work are paid and receipts are submitted to PENNVEST.For more information, visit www.pennvest.state.pa.us or call 717-783-6798.PENNVEST Drinking Water ProjectsSullivan CountyLaporte Borough received a $687,602 loan and a $326,128 grant to replace more than a half mile of deteriorated water distribution lines and construct a 150 thousand gallon water storage tank in order to provide a safe and reliable source of drinking water to its residents.PENNVEST Wastewater ProjectsAllegheny CountyPleasant Hills Authority received a $17,474,300 loan to upgrade and expand its existing sewage treatment plant in order to eliminate wet weather overflow discharges into Lick Run.Allegheny and Washington CountiesWest Elizabeth Sanitary Authority received a $4,942,485 loan and a $3,915,015 grant to construct a new 1.06 million gallons-per-day sewage treatment plant in order to eliminate wet weather discharges into the Monongahela River from its existing 46 year-old plant that occur during we weather.Bedford CountyEverett Area Borough Municipal Authority received a $3,191,950 loan and a $1,558,050 grant to replace more than eight miles of deteriorated sewage collection lines in order to eliminate wet weather overflows into the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River.Cambria CountyJohnstown City received a $6,082,200 loan and a $4,817,800 grant to replace collection pipes, manholes and service laterals in the Moxham area of the city in order to reduce storm water inflows into its sanitary sewer system.Lower Yoder Township received a $6,391,129 loan and a $4,493,871 grant to replace almost eleven miles of deteriorated sewage collection lines, as well as lateral lines that run to within five feet of residents’ homes (with their permission), in order to reduce wet weather discharges into St. Clair Run and the Conemaugh River.Southmont Borough received a $5,818,566 loan and a $2,488,934 grant to install five and a half miles of new sewage collection lines as well as more than seven miles of sewer laterals in order to eliminated wet weather overflows into Cheney Run and the Stonycreek River.Centre and Clearfield CountiesMoshannon Valley Joint Sewer Authority received a $3,902,000 loan to make a variety of upgrades to its wastewater treatment facility in order to improve its efficiency and treatment performance.Erie CountyGreene Township received a $5,916,224 loan and a $3,655,276 grant to construct more than eight miles of sewage collection lines, a pump station and other facilities in order to eliminate discharges of untreated wastewater into ground and surface waters from residents’ malfunctioning on-lot septic systems.last_img read more

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Bakery fined $200k for denying wedding cake to lesbian couple (U.S.)

first_imgStuff co.nz 5 July 2015The former owners of a bakery in Oregon, US, have been ordered to pay more than $200,000 to a lesbian couple after refusing to make wedding cake for them.Aaron and Melissa Klein, the owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa, must now compensate the couple for emotional and mental suffering resulting from the denial of service.The Kleins had cited their Christian beliefs against same-sex marriage in refusing to make the wedding cake for Rachel and Laurel Bowman-Cryer.The dispute, which started in 2013, is one of several around in the US involving bakers, florists and photographers who have refused to provide services to same-sex couples on religious grounds.Oregon law bars businesses from discriminating or refusing service based on sexual orientation, just as they cannot turn away customers because of race, sex, disability, age or religion.According to the state Bureau of Labor and Industries’ report, Rachel Bowman-Cryer and her mother attended a bridal show in Portland where the Kleins had a booth advertising their wedding cakes. Bowman-Cryer and her mother went to a cake-tasting at the bakery in 2013.When Aaron Klein was told there would be two brides, Rachel and Laurel, he responded that he was sorry, but the bakery did not do wedding cakes for same-sex couples because of his and his wife’s religious convictions, according to the report.http://www.stuff.co.nz/world/americas/69973636/Bakery-fined-200-000-for-denying-wedding-cake-to-lesbian-couplelast_img read more

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Ireland camp hit by bug

first_img Both coaches and captains addressed the media at a conference at the 20,000 capacity home of Toronto FC on Monday and both Kiss and his opposite number Kieran Crowley have plenty of headaches ahead of the weekend’s game. Ireland beat the US Eagles 15-12 in Houston last Saturday, while the Canadians overcame Tonga in a bad-tempered encounter. “There is a bit of attrition after a long season, but fair play to the boys they have been good. We have had a couple of minor injuries from last week, but things are looking okay on that part,” Kiss said. “We have just had a situation today where we will not have a full squad training as there is a little bit of unwellness in the squad, but that is just something you have to deal with when you travel and these little stomach upsets happen.” New Zealander Crowley will delay finalising his team until Friday as he counts the toll left by an extremely physical encounter with the Tongans in Kingston, Ontario, on Sunday. Three players – Matt Evans, Sean Duke and Jebb Sinclair – are recovering from concussion, while Aaron Carpenter (back), Phil Mac (ankle) and Nick Blevins are fighting to be fit. “They have been good, we had a travel day down on Sunday. The boys are pretty battered and bruised after two games in four days. We have five or six guys we’re sweating on at the moment, we are going through the protocols and we will finalise our team on Friday,” he said. “They are in good spirits, winning helps that. They are looking forward to a big challenge, a tier one country and we want to put in a good performance and we are looking forward to a good game.” Ireland’s preparations for Saturday’s meeting with Canada have been hit by a stomach bug which has struck down a small number of the squad. Press Associationcenter_img The unaffected squad members trained in Toronto on Monday night, but coach Les Kiss is sweating over the recovery of some of his squad who have not been named. It adds to the Australian’s selection issues after he lost Simon Zebo to the Lions. However, injury worries over captain Peter O’Mahony, Chris Henry, Fergus McFadden and Robbie Henshaw appear to be easing ahead of the clash in front of what Canada Rugby hopes to be a sell-out at BMO Field. last_img read more

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Griffith encourages Franchise League cricketers to play smart cricket

first_imgGeorgetown3111203091.325.3 Lower Corentyne3121200091.622.6 Upper Demerara/ East Bank3111200 Outrightwin Draw … says performance key for national selection AS the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) Franchise League three-day cricket tournament approaches the halfway stage, chairman of the senior selection panel, Rayon Griffith, has implored cricketers participating in the League to play smart cricket which will ultimately aid in their performance. The League, which replaced the traditional Inter-county competition, comprises eight franchises; geared at placing Guyana’s cricket on a more solid footing.However, Griffith, who is also the Guyana Jaguars’ assistant coach/manager, feels that while the League continues to help the game locally, and at the same time exposes players to a professional set-up, performances will be the key criteria for players to either retain their place or earn a spot to represent the Guyana Jaguars in the 2017–2018 regional first class session“While the selection panel will be looking at a number of factors, players’ performances during the League will be the key criteria for selection to the national set-up,” Griffith said. He added “Yes we have 15 contracted players, and a number of Academy players selected, but that does not mean that other players can’t make the Guyana Jaguars squad. Once they perform they will definitely be in the selectors’ eyes. Apart from those contracted players, other players who have reached the selectors’ criteria are also eligible for national selection under the ‘Pay for Play’ criteria.”.Meanwhile, the League resumes today, and the Essequibo Franchise have maintained the lead in the eight-team fixture.Essequibo emerged as point-standing leaders on 40.8 points, closely followed by West Demerara with 38.4.For today’s fourth round fixtures; Lower Corentyne face East Bank at Young Warriors, Upper Corentyne battle West Demerara at Port Mourant, West Berbice take on East Coast at Bush Lot and Georgetown go up against Essequibo at Tuschen.Point standings after round three: Loses West Demerara3202430461.438.4 Batting BonusTeam Bowling BonusFast Bowling Bonus East Coast Demerara30003626118 Essequibo320240349.840.8 Matches Wins Abandon Upper Corentyne311120319126 372.324.3 Teams Total West Berbice30300009.99.9last_img read more

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England must end their 31-year winless streak at the Gabba says Anderson

first_img(REUTERS) – England fast bowler James Anderson believes his team must end their 31-year winless streak in Brisbane next month against Australia to set a marker for the rest of the Ashes series.draw at the Gabba was enough for England to launch a successful Ashes tour of 2010-11, but Anderson wants to go one better to silence the home crowd.“Both teams have gone through a transitional phase over the last two years,” Anderson, England’s record test wicket-taker with 506 dismissals, told Sky Sports.”Both teams have started to show signs of real quality I think but have also been pretty inconsistent, so it is going to be about whoever starts well.“The Gabba has been a bit of a fortress for Australia, they’ve not lost there since 1988 so coming away from there with a result – whether it is a draw or a win – I think is important to how the series will go.”Anderson was the leading wicket-taker as England won the Ashes in 2010-11 but has also been on the receiving end of two series whitewashes by Australia.The 35-year-old believes the pitches in Australia and England in recent years have offered similar challenges.“I think the same things apply as they do in England,” Anderson said of bowling in Australia.”The biggest adjustment for me is that it is not going to swing as much, so finding other ways of getting wickets is important for myself.“Generally though, the pitches are similar to in England. You might get a little bit more bounce and potentially a little bit less grass on them but generally they’re not that much different.”The first match of the five-test series starts in Brisbane on Nov. 23.last_img read more

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Fast reaction: 3 quick observations from Syracuse’s blowout win over rival Hobart

first_img Published on April 14, 2015 at 9:16 pm Contact Connor: cgrossma@syr.edu | @connorgrossman In the 101st rendition of the No. 4 Syracuse (9-2, 2-2 Atlantic Coast)-Hobart (7-4, 4-0 Northeast) rivalry with the Kraus-Simmons trophy on the line, the Orange didn’t give the visitors a glimmer of hope, defeating the Statesmen 18-5 on Tuesday night.Grand finaleIn its final regular season home game in the Carrier Dome, the Syracuse senior class combined for nine goals. The Orange’s starting lineup throughout the season has been almost entirely seniors, and tonight they were able to celebrate in style.Most of the seniors’ time on the field was short-lived as SU’s lead ballooned 12-0 by halftime. Head coach John Desko spent the majority of the second half utilizing his second- and third-line midfield and attack units.But it was the first-line attacks Randy Staats and Kevin Rice that once again led SU’s offense. Staats rebounded and scored four times after being shutout in his return to the field from injury for the Orange on Saturday against North Carolina.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textRice also contributed with two goals and two assists.New facesBen Williams has lifted Syracuse’s faceoff unit to new heights this season and once again allowed the Orange to dominate time of possession. Williams’ 68.6 percent faceoff winning-percentage entering Tuesday was second-best in the nation, and he built off that by going 8-for-9 at the X.The position eventually turned into a rotation for Syracuse, with Cal Paduda, Joe DeMarco, Max Parker and Mike Iacono getting opportunities as well.Paduda was shelved last season with torn ligaments in his knuckles, and in his first dose of significant playing time went 6-for-9 at the X for SU. DeMarco managed to go 2-for-3 in his faceoff chances, Parker won the only one he attempted and Iacono went 0-for-2.Cage matchSaturday’s match against UNC was the first time all season that senior goalie Bobby Wardwell didn’t spend the majority of both halves in the net. Desko voiced his confidence in Wardwell on Monday, and he started there again for the Orange.The senior only allowed one goal and managed four saves in the few offensive possessions the Statesmen had. As SU’s lead grew, Wardwell gave way to Warren Hill and then eventually to sophomore goalkeeper Evan Molloy.Hill saved five of Hobart’s shots on goal, smothering a couple of them at his shins on close-range low-angle shots. He allowed two goals to score in his time in the cage before Molloy was called upon.In his first game action for the Orange, Molloy allowed two goals and collected two saves. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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GOtv Boxing NextGen 5 Produces 13 Fresh Talents

first_imgThirteen young boxers, aged between 18 and 25, have emerged from GOtv Boxing NextGen Search 5, which ended in Ilorin yesterday. The programme, which began on Thursday, held at the Indoor Sports Hall of the Kwara State Sports Complex, where young amateur boxers from across the country took part in sparring sessions to determine their suitability for entry into the professional cadre. Among those present at the closing ceremony where the boxers were unveiled were President, Nigerian Boxing Board of Control (NBB of C), Dr. Rafiu Ladipo; Secretary-General of the Board, Mr. Remi Aboderin; Mallam Tunde Kazeem, Director, Kwara State Sports Commission and representatives of the sponsors led by Ms Jennifer Ukoh, Public Relations Manager, GOtv.The boxers were selected by a judges’ panel made up of coaches Joe Mensah, Obisia Nwakpa and Afolabi Olatoke, Vice Chairman, Kwara State Coaches Association. On selection, they were presented gifts by the sponsors. The three most outstanding boxers at the programme were presented with GOtv decoders by the sponsors, who will also pay for their professional boxing licences and pre-licensing medical examination of every selected boxer. Alaba Omotola emerged as the best boxer, while Chibudem Okafor and Abolade Akintunde emerged runners-up.Speaking at the ceremony, the NBB of C President commended the sponsors for their immense support for Nigerian boxing beginning from 2014 when GOtv Boxing Night began. He noted that it is their investments in the sport that has kept it afloat, adding that without developmental programmes such as GOtv Boxing NextGen Search, the sport’s would have very little chance of survival let alone growth. The NBB of C President urged other corporate bodies to emulate GOtv by supporting the sport, which he said has been revived and offers immense opportunity for Nigerian youth.GOtv Boxing NextGen Search debuted in February 2016 as an initiative to replenish the Nigerian professional boxing pool, which had almost dried up on account of neglect. Famous graduates of the programme include Rilwan “Baby Face” Babatunde, current West African Boxing Union (WABU) welterweight champion; Tope “TP Rock” Musa and Opeyemi “Sense” Adeyemi.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

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Lions skip practice after discussing shooting of Jacob Blake

first_img SUBSCRIBE TO US Written By LIVE TV First Published: 26th August, 2020 07:04 IST FOLLOW US Last Updated: 26th August, 2020 07:04 IST Lions Skip Practice After Discussing Shooting Of Jacob Blake The Detroit Lions decided not to practice on Tuesday, protesting after a Black man was shot by police in Wisconsin. “We came up with this one as a unit,” Detroit defensive end Trey Flowers saidcenter_img COMMENT Associated Press Television News WATCH US LIVE The Detroit Lions decided not to practice on Tuesday, protesting after a Black man was shot by police in Wisconsin. “We came up with this one as a unit,” Detroit defensive end Trey Flowers said.Lions coach Matt Patricia opened the team’s morning meeting by allowing players to share their thoughts on the shooting of Jacob Blake, who is paralyzed from the waist down. Blake was shot Sunday, three months after the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police.The players continued to discuss Blake’s shooting and shared their personal experiences regarding race in the locker room.Lions players and Patricia later filed out of the team’s practice facility, pushing a dry-erase board on wheels along the sidewalk to address the media. The words: “The world can’t go on,” was written in blue on one side of the dry-erase board and “We won’t be silent!! One pride,” was in black on the other side of the white board.Patricia said he is proud of the players and hopes they inspire other people and teams in the NFL to take a stand for social justice.“I challenge everybody to do this, everybody in the league to do this,” Patricia said.“We’re dealing with times right now, where something is shaking in the world,” Flowers added. “It’s definitely an unprecedented time with the pandemic and something that has been going on for quite some time with the social injustice.”Colin Kaepernick, exiled from the NFL since the 2016 season when he took a knee during the national anthem, shed light on police brutality and racial inequality while playing for the San Francisco 49ers.Following the nationwide protests in the aftermath of Floyd’s death, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell apologized to players for not listening to them earlier, encouraged them to protest peacefully, and denounced racism.Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford said social justice issues were discussed as a team in Zoom meetings during the spring, when players were prevented from gathering at the team’s facility due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The conversations continued when the team reported for training camp earlier this month, and in face-to-face discussions Tuesday morning a player shared that his mother calls him nightly to make sure he arrived home safely.“It’s an incredible group of guys that we have in this locker room led by a coach who is unwavering in his ability to give us space to talk,” Stafford said. “We spent all morning talking about it. You have to give a lot of credit to coach for allowing us to do that. I’ve never been more proud.“We had our team meeting this morning and no football was talked about,” Stafford added.Image credits: AP last_img read more

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Colin Reichenberger breaks both 110 and 300 meter hurdles at Wellington Invitational

first_img3Rose Hill45.98 3Ebenkamp, EricaConway Springs12:00.0 3Hamersky, AliciaBelle Plaine16.82 3Jacobson, SpencerCircle13:12.4 1Derry, AllisonCircle12:44.3 1Wellington04:18.0 5Lathers, KayleySouth Haven4’9″ 2Goble, RichieSouth Haven165’2″ 800 Meter 2Fahring, KevinMulvane11.44 4X100 Meter 3Pulliam, JordemMulvane7’3″ 2Priebe, BenRose Hill38’5″ 3Blaylock, RileySouth Haven11’6″ 2McGehee, EmilyRose Hill48.55 1Hilger, KristenConway Springs34’10 1/4 2Carter, AliciaConway Springs34’1/4 110 Meter HH 3Echelberry, SaraConway Springs93’6 Pole Vault 1600 Meter 1Balsters, TylerBelle Plaine09:49.7 1Santo, AlekRose Hill39’11” 2Isaacs, T.Caldwell01:03.5 4X400 Meter 2Conway Springs04:29.4 Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! 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I just wish the school board would have put on the replace list, new bleacher for the Middle School track. Those 2x8x12 are so weathered and very easy to fall threw trying to get to the top. Everyone sets on the bottom seats because no hand rails except at each end. A lot of Seniors I seen. I’ll bring my own chair next time. Bleachers are an accident waiting to happen. Report Reply 0 replies · active 327 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down BW1 · 327 weeks ago Congrats to Jaycee Shettler on running a faster 100m than Usain Bolt. Cue – you burried the lead! Report Reply 1 reply · active 327 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down CueballSumnernewscow 94p · 327 weeks ago It was corrected to 12.07. Report Reply Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. 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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments 2Lake, MaloraCircle16.64 Triple Jump Follow us on Twitter. 2Walker, JoshCircle23.87 1Pfalzgraf, AustinWellington02:06.5 3Davis, KeaganCircle02:41.1 2Smith, DevynBelle Plaine12:49.4 3Barker, DillonMulvane42.26 3Conway Springs11:02.6 200 Meter 1Santo, AlekRose Hill6’4 Long Jump 3Hadley, DelaneyCircle31’7″ 100 Meter Shot Put 2Smith, DevynBelle Plaine05:58.2 1Wellington45.06 3Circle04:34.2 2Rose Hill10:54.1 2Arnold, RCaldwell5’1″ 3Davis, KeagenCircle06:00.1 1600 Meter 1Rose Hill52.37 1Wright, HollyWellington15.69 3Conway Springs53.98 400 Meter 1Circle10:41.0 2Balsters, TylerBelle Plaine04:30.4 2014 Wellington High School Invitational Boys Track Results 300 Meter Hurdles High Jump 3Circle09:59.8 4X800 Meter 1Detrick, JackBelle Plaine18’11” 1Evans, IsaiahMulvane149.1 3Spotts, KyleMulvane04:45.0 2Wellington52.9 1Wright, HollyWellington48.17 3Huff, MirandaConway Springs33’5 2Mulvane45.34 3Rodman, DrewRose Hill18’9″ 1Shore, CajenWellington16’5″ by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The weather was conducive to breaking track records Friday, and Wellington High School junior Colin Reichenberger did just that when both boys hurdles records came crashing down.Reichenberger broke David Hall’s 14.5 110 meter hurdle mark set in 1973 when he ran it Friday in 14.48.Reichenberger also broke the 300 meter hurdles record set by… Colin Reichenberger! His 40.49 school record he set in Clearwater this year was broken by himself with a 40.13 time two weeks later. Then on Friday, Reichenberger broke the 30o record for a third time at 40.01.Colin Reichenberger in the 110 hurdles Friday.Right now, Reichenberger is in a battle for the top times in the state in Class 4A. According to stats supplied by Catch It Kansas and updated stats we have, Reichenberger is tied for first in the 110 hurdles with the best time of 14.48 with Chandler Carson of Labette County. He would be third on the 300 hurdle list behind Gunnar Karr of Paola at 39.62 and Garett Britton of Labette County at 39.85 (see results here). Colin Reichenberger gets second record in 300 hurdles.Elsewhere, Wellington had several winners on a perfectly still 70 degree day on Friday.Other winners from Wellington include:Boys•Chance Hain, 100 meters, 11.35.•Austin Pfalzgraf, 800 meters, 2:06.5.•4×100 meter relay, 45.06.Chance Hain was a winner in the 100 meters.Girls•Avery Lewellen, high jump, 5’3”.•Cajen Shore, triple jump, 32’8”.•Cajen Shore, long jump, 16’5”•Holly Wright, 100 hurdles, 15.69.Holly Wright wins another 100 meter hurdles.•Jaycee Shettler, 100 meters, 9:36.0•Leah Nelson, 400 meters, 1:01.3.•Wright, 300 meter hurdles, 48.17.•Jaedyn Ledesma, 800 meters, 2:36.0•Shettler, 200 meters, 26.63.•4×400 meter relay, 4:18.0.There were no team results because this was a participation meet.For pictures of the event click here.Full results of the meet are as follows: Javelin 4X100 Meter 2Isaacs, T.Caldwell26.87 3Carter, AliciaConway Springs95′ 1Brown, AustinMulvane51.96 3Wright, HollyWellington5’1″ 2Conway Springs09:45.7 Triple Jump 4X400 Meter 3Evans, IsaiahMulvane159’7″ Long Jump Pole Vault 1Runyan, MatthewConway Springs12’0″ 2Beard, LaneWellington12’0″ 1Nelson, LeahWellington01:01.3 1Shore, CajenWellington32’8″ 3Oshakuade, PatrickCircle11.52 2Creek, LoganConway Springs138.2 1Shettler, JayceeWellington12:07.0 3200 Meter 1Evans, IsaihMulvane49.5 2Dennison, EmilyCircle98′ Shot Put 1Geschwentner, GrantMulvane174’6 1/2 2014 Wellington High Schol Invitational  Girls Track Results 2Milsap, DominicRose Hill02:41.1 3Rodman, DrewRose Hill134.7 3Pollard, UriahMulvane02:13.3 1Ray, ParkerSouth Haven23.53 2Horyna, BrendenCircle15.56 3Nelson, LeahWellington27.13 2Hunt, KalebWellington6’0 2Shore, CajenWellington8’9″ 100 Meter Hurdles Javelin 2Spotts, KyleMulvane10:31.8 2Fahring, KevinMulvane52.83 4X800 Meter 3Warehime, AshleyCircle01:05.6 High Jump 3Hain, ChanceWellington23.93 1Hollis, MakaylaConway Springs9’3″ 3Shaffer, LucasConway Springs16.62 400 Meter 1Schettler, JayceeWellington26.63 1Mulvane09:39.8 Discus Discus 2Schmidt, KellenCaldwell02:09.2 1Reichenberger, ColinWellington14.48 100 Meter 1Lewellen, AveryWellington5’3″ 3Shaffer, LucasConway Springs39′ 4Doffing, SarahConway Springs4’9″ 200 Meter 1Mulvane03:36.1 1Derry, AllisonCircle05:53.0 2Warehime, AsheleyCircle31’7″ 3Gilkey, RemmingtonWellington53.57 300 Meter Hurdles 1Reichenberger, ColinWellington40.01 2Horyna, BrendenCircle41.96 2Brenton, TroutmanWellington18’10” 3Lake, MaloraCircle53.38 3Eastridge, CodyCircle5’10 1Weber, KentonRose Hill04:28.4 2Balsters, TannerBelle Plaine43.6 2Rose Hill03:42.7 2Isaacs, TCaldwell26:24.0 3Creek, LoganConway Springs43.2 1Ledesma, JaedynWellington02:36.0 3200 Meter 3Lierseman, TaylorSouth Haven15’5 1/2 1Echelberry, SaraConway Springs107′ 3Kile, CalebMulvane10:36.2 1Hain, ChanceWellington11.35 800 Meter 2Moore, MariahWellington95’9 3Wellington03:43.0 1Brower, PeytonRose Hill100’2 2Jones, TiffanyRose Hill15’6 1/2last_img read more

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