Prep Sports Roundup: 10/4 & 10/5

first_img Brad James FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailFootball2-A SouthFILLMORE, Utah-Gage Griffiths ran for a career-high 151 yards and a score on 23 carries as the Milford Tigers got past Millard 37-29 in 2-A South football action. The resilient Eagles virtually matched the Tigers point for point with a key interception from Brooks Myers (13-26, 146 yards, 3 TD’s/INT) by Casek Hardy on a short field tipping the scales in Milford’s favor. This resulted in a one-yard touchdown run by Bryson Barnes to give the Tigers a 35-21 lead in the 3rd Quarter.Barnes (11-20, 219 yards, 2 TD’s; 27 car, 7o yards, 2 TD’s) was spectacular on the evening, with Bret Beebe (6 rec, 168 yards, 2 TD’s) serving as his primary target on the night.Despite the Tigers out-gaining Millard, 440-186, the Eagles resolutely hung around all night, primarily capitalizing on short fields for their scoring drives.Sam Marshall (6 rec, 69 yards, 2 TD’s; a 60-yard kickoff return for a score via a pitch from Kael Myers), was also solid in defeat for the Eagles.Milford improved to 7-1 and 3-1 in 2-A South play, while Millard fell to 7-1 and 3-1 in 2-A South play.The Eagles will have another tough test next Friday as they host the 2-A South leading Beaver Beavers.Milford continues 2-A South play next Friday as well as they host the Parowan Rams.BEAVER, Utah-EJ Allred had scoring runs of 47, 25, 2 and 2 yards as the Beaver Beavers ran roughshod over Kanab 51-14 Friday in 2-A South football action. Kaleb Barney, Crayton Hollingshead and Ryker Albrecht also had touchdown runs for Beaver and Tyson Bartlett added a 36-yard field goal for the Beavers. Sam Orton had scoring passes of 25 yards to Clay Shakespear and 5 yards to Trey Chatterley in the loss for the Cowboys.PAROWAN, Utah-Hutch Miller threw a 22-yard touchdown pass to Nicolas Goodman and had a 17-yard scoring run as the Parowan Rams smacked North Sevier 40-12 in 2-A South football action Friday. Easton Jense, Levi Saylor and Grayson Robb each had touchdown runs as well in the rout for the Rams. Taylor Crane had touchdown passes to Benjamin Chamberlain (42 yards) and Aaron Gale (33 yards) in defeat for the Wolves.Region 12BLANDING, Utah-Shaw Nielson threw scoring passes to Randall Flavel (7 yards) and Porter Ivins (5 yards) and the San Juan Broncos clobbered Richfield 42-17 Friday in Region 12 football action. Kian Conway also added a pair of 20-yard touchdown runs in the rout for the Broncos. Brittyn Riddle had touchdown runs of 12 and 5 yards for the Wildcats and Kordell Morgan added a 30-yard field goal in defeat for Richfield.MONROE, Utah-Noah Ramsay threw three touchdown passes, including two strikes to Cooper Hessey of 45 and 16 yards, as the South Sevier Rams outlasted Emery 21-20, earning their first win of the season in Region 12 football action Friday. Karson Hunt hauled in Ramsay’s other touchdown pass, from 10 yards out for the Rams. The Rams stopped the Spartans on a 2-point conversion attempt in the closing seconds to pull out the victory.Region 14NEPHI, Utah-Cade Bowring threw an 18-yard touchdown pass to Zac Cowan on a trick play and added  touchdown runs of 36 and 5 yards as the Juab Wasps pounded American Leadership 43-7 Friday in Region 14 football action. Cowan added a 5-yard touchdown run with Shan Jackson and Grant Orme also adding scoring runs for the Wasps in the rout.MT. PLEASANT, Utah-Landon Bowles threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Payton Clawson, while Clawson added a 1-yard touchdown run as the North Sanpete Hawks doubled up Manti 28-14 in Region 14 football action Friday. Connor Jorgensen added a 34-yard touchdown run and Cole Mickell returned an interception for a score in the win for the Hawks. Jax Parry and Karson Parry each had a touchdown pass in the loss for the Templars.DELTA, Utah-Austin Topham threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to Tate Willoughby and ran for another score as the Delta Rabbits pounded Union 37-27 Friday in Region 14 football action. Will Finlinson added an 80-yard touchdown run in the win for Delta.Non-RegionGUNNISON, Utah-Kolby Olsen surpassed 200 rushing yards and added scoring runs of 85 and 30 yards as the Gunnison Valley Bulldogs had a successful Senior Day in besting the Providence Hall JV Patriots 14-12 Friday in non-region football action.VolleyballRegion 12BLANDING, Utah-The San Juan Broncos smacked Richfield 3-1 in Region 12 volleyball action Friday. The Broncos prevailed 25-17, 18-25, 25-18 and 25-18.Non-RegionSOUTH JORDAN, Utah-North Sanpete went 2-1 on day one of the Claim Jumper volleyball tournament hosted by Bingham Friday. The Hawks beat Rigby, Idaho and Cedar Valley each 2-0, with a loss to Bingham 2-0 in between.Baseball1A 1st RoundSPANISH FORK, Utah-The Green River Pirates pulled away from Bryce Valley with nine runs in the fourth inning the earn the 12-2 run rule victory in the first round of the 1A state tournament Friday. Dallin Wegleitner and Ethan Willis each doubled in the loss for the Mustangs. Green River now plays Panguitch in the second round.Prep Sports Roundup 10/5VolleyballRegion 12MOAB, Utah-The Richfield Wildcats won a thriller over Grand County, 3-2 Saturday in Region 12 volleyball action. The Wildcats dropped the first two sets, 25-27, 26-28 before winning the last three, 25-21, 30-28, 15-10.Non-RegionSOUTH JORDAN, Utah-North Sanpete went 1-2 Saturday at the Claim Jumper volleyball tournament hosted by Bingham. The Hawks lost to Farmington 2-0 and Eagle, Idaho 2-0, with a win over Green Canyon 2-1 in between.BaseballSPANISH FORK, Utah-The Panguitch Bobcats recorded 14 hits en route to a 7-2 win over Green River in the second round of the 1A Baseball State Tournament Saturday. Cord Pfander doubled in the loss for the Pirates. Panguitch now plays Valley in the quarterfinals of the tournament Tuesday at 11:45 at Nelson Field in Spanish Fork.SPANISH FORK, Utah-The Piute Thunderbirds dominated Pinnacle in the second round of the 1A Baseball State Tournament Saturday with a 16-2 win. Stetson Motte doubled in the loss for Pinnacle. Piute advances to play Diamond Ranch in the quarterfinals of the tournament Tuesday at 2:00 at Nelson Field in Spanish Fork. October 4, 2019 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 10/4 & 10/5 Tags: Beaver Beavers/Bret Beebe/Brooks Myers/Bryson Barnes/Casek Hardy/Gage Griffiths/Kael Myers/Milford Tigers/Millard Eagles/Parowan Rams/Sam Marshall Written bylast_img read more

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Carlson paces hot-shooting Utah past Washington State, 71-56

first_img Tags: Branden Carlson/Pac-12/Utah Runnin’ Utes Basketball Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPULLMAN, Wash. (AP) — Branden Carlson scored 14 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the first double-double by a Utah player this season, and the balanced, potent Utes offense handed Washington State a stinging 71-56 defeat at home.Washington State had lost but once at Friel Court this season, 86-82 in double overtime to Arizona on Jan. 2. Thursday, Utah made seven of its first 10 shots and never looked back.Four other Utes reached double figures with Timmy Allen scoring 13, Alfonso Plummer and Riley Battin 12 each and Mikael Jantunen 10.Noah Williams led the Cougars with 17 points, five assists and four steals. Efe Abogidi added 12 points. Associated Press January 21, 2021 /Sports News – Local Carlson paces hot-shooting Utah past Washington State, 71-56last_img read more

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Chesapeake Utilities to sell PESCO’s assets to exit natural gas marketing business

first_imgChesapeake Utilities has executed three separate transactions to sell Pesco’s assets and contracts Image: Chesapeake Utilities will sell PESCO’s assets to exit natural gas marketing business. Photo: courtesy of rawpixel/Pixabay. Chesapeake Utilities has announced that it is exiting the natural gas marketing business by selling most of the assets of Peninsula Energy Services (PESCO), the company’s natural gas marketing subsidiary.The Dover-based energy company said that it has executed three separate transactions to sell Pesco’s assets and contracts.The Pesco’s assets and contracts included in the deal are: Florida retail operations will be sold to Gas South, non-Florida retail operations and contracts will be sold to United Energy Trading, and various wholesale contracts in Delaware and Maryland to be sold to NJR Energy Services.Chesapeake Utilities president and CEO Jeff Householder said: “After performing a strategic review of the PESCO business unit, we determined that our efforts should be focused on the strategies that support our core energy delivery businesses.“The level of investment in infrastructure required to achieve the scale needed for future growth meant that PESCO would not achieve the target returns we expect.”Upon the closing of the deals this year, Chesapeake Utilities anticipates to recognise a gain from the divestiture of assets.PESCO assistant vice president Bill Hancock said: “Commitment to quality service, access to supply, and service offerings were the driving factors for the selected counterparties.“We are working closely with Gas South, UET, and NJRES to ensure each transaction is executed in an efficient manner with minimal impact to the respective customers.“We have one remaining small book of business, our Producer Services portfolio, which we are targeting to sell by the end of the year.”Chesapeake Utilities acquired Marlin in December 2018In December 2018, Chesapeake Utilities had acquired Marlin CNG Services (Marlin), a North American supplier of mobile compressed natural gas (CNG) utility and pipeline solutions, for an undisclosed price.Based in Delaware, US, Chesapeake Utilities is a diversified energy company engaged in natural gas distribution and transmission; electricity generation and distribution; propane gas distribution; and other businesses.last_img read more

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USS Blue Ridge Now Second Oldest in US Navy Fleet

first_img View post tag: Oldest USS Blue Ridge Now Second Oldest in US Navy Fleet View post tag: fleet View post tag: USS Blue Ridge View post tag: Second Blue Ridge’s keel was laid Feb. 27, 1967, and she was commissioned Nov. 14, 1970. Since 1970 the flagship has had a rich history to include commanding Operations Eagle Pull and Frequent Wind during the Vietnam War, receiving the Humanitarian Service Medal in 1984 for rescuing Vietnamese refugees during Operation Boat People, performing a nine-and-a-half month deployment as flagship for U.S. Naval Forces Central Command during the Persian Gulf War and rushing supplies and relief to Japan during Operation Tomodachi.To maintain her position as the most capable flagship in the world, Blue Ridge utilizes the most advanced communication satellite and computer technologies available.As the demands of the mission evolve over the years, so too must Blue Ridge. The ship is constantly updating its equipment to stay a step ahead of its competition.In 2016 Blue Ridge is scheduled to install a brand new Consolidated Afloat Network Enterprise System (CANES).The flagship is currently on patrol in the Indo-Asia-Pacific with embarked 7th Fleet staff, Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 12 and Marines from Fleet Anti-Terrorism Security Team Pacific.Blue Ridge has been forward deployed to Yokosuka, Japan for 34 years. As the flagship for Commander, U.S. 7th Fleet, Vice Adm. Robert L. Thomas, Blue Ridge is vital in maintaining partnerships in the 7th Fleet area of operations.[mappress]Press Release, August 18, 2014; Image: US Navy View post tag: US Back to overview,Home naval-today USS Blue Ridge Now Second Oldest in US Navy Fleet View post tag: Naval August 18, 2014 View post tag: News by topic View post tag: now U.S. 7th Fleet flagship USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19) now holds the honor of being the oldest ship in the U.S. Navy’s active duty fleet, next to USS Constitution, after the decommissioning of the USS Denver (LPD 9) Aug. 14. Authorities View post tag: Navy View post tag: americas Share this articlelast_img read more

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Press release: £45 million funding boost to support councils unlock land for thousands of homes

first_img Office address and general enquiries Request an accessible format. We are investing £45 million to build roads and provide utilities, so councils can release the land to get up to 7,280 new homes built. It’s part of our strategy to build the homes Britain needs, and carry local communities with us. We’re determined to make buying or renting more affordable for young families and those on low or middle incomes. Media enquiries If you use assistive technology (such as a screen reader) and need aversion of this document in a more accessible format, please email [email protected] tell us what format you need. It will help us if you say what assistive technology you use. Brighton, Sussex, to divert a public sewer and make electricity substation and highways improvements. The £335,000 project will help unlock up to 30 homes. This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. Twitter – https://twitter.com/mhclgFlickr – http://www.flickr.com/photos/mhclgLinkedIn – http://www.linkedin.com/company/mhclg Worcester to demolish a leisure centre and undergo asbestos decontamination works near its city centre, helping to unlock up to 50 homes. The project will cost £750,000. Projects from Newcastle to Plymouth will receive funding from the Land Release Fund, which will enable: 2 Marsham StreetLondonSW1P 4DF General enquiries: please use this number if you are a member of the public 030 3444 0000 Paignton, Devon, to build a new 350m sewer, drainage upgrades and 2 new roads, which will help unlock up to 200 homes. The works will cost £1.9 million. Poulton-Le-Fylde, Lancashire, to build new roads, roundabouts, and utility services, which will unlock up to 330 homes potentially built with Japanese modular housing techniques. The works will cost £1.7 million. Successful Land Release Fund projects Please use this number if you are a journalist wishing to speak to Press Office 0303 444 1209 MS Excel Spreadsheet, 24.6KB Email [email protected] A £45 million cash injection into key community projects will help kick-start the building of thousands of new homes, Housing Minister Dominic Raab announced today (16 February 2018).As part of government’s drive to get Britain building homes again, a total of 79 projects from Newcastle to Plymouth will receive funding to support building up to 7,280 homes on council owned land.To support local councils to meet their ambition to unlock enough of land they own for at least 160,000 homes by 2020, they will be able to use the Land Release Fund money to combat barriers which would otherwise make land unusable for development.The projects – which aim to support building strong communities – include a range of necessary works such as asbestos removal and bat alleviation, as well as schemes that will significantly improve quality of life such as essential relocating of a pelican crossing.This move comes 2 weeks after the projects set to benefit from the first wave of funding from the £5 billion Housing Infrastructure Fund were announced, helping to get up to 200,000 homes off the ground through investment in local housing projects. This is part of the government’s comprehensive strategy of planning reform and targeted investment to build 300,000 homes a year.Housing and Planning Minister Dominic Raab said: The Land Release Fund is being administered through a partnership with the Local Government Association and Cabinet Office’s One Public Estate (OPE) programme, which provides councils with funding and access to practical support to deliver property-based projects with wider public sector partners.OPE already works with 90% of councils in England to transform local communities and services through large scale economic growth, delivering new jobs and new homes.Further informationThe Land Release Fund competitively assessed bids from local authorities on value for money, innovation, and the contribution to wider government housing objectives.A total of 79 bids were successful in the assessment process, which will see £45 million being awarded to 41 authorities.The fund was oversubscribed with more than £100 million received in funding requests for 143 projects.The successful bids will release land for homes by March 2020.In a funding announcement on 11 December 2017, One Public Estate gave councils – and their public sector partners – access to £8.7 million of funding, as well as practical support and expertise, to help them develop and deliver ambitious property programmes to benefit their communities.OPE provides councils with funding and access to practical support and expertise to deliver property-based projects with wider public sector partners, including central government departments.The joint initiative enables publicly-owned land and buildings to be used more efficiently and deliver real benefits to communities across the country, including new jobs and better services.See details on the bids: Contact form https://forms.communit… Social media – MHCLG If your enquiry is related to COVID-19 please check our guidance page first before you contact us – https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-for-local-government.If you still need to contact us please use the contact form above to get in touch, because of coronavirus (COVID-19). 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New Mexico regulators approve 2,200MW wind project

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享S&P Global Market Intelligence ($):New Mexico utility regulators on Oct. 3 agreed to issue a permit for construction for Pattern Energy Group Inc.’s ambitious plan to install 2,200 MW of wind energy capacity across more than 300,000 acres in the east-central part of the state.The state Public Regulation Commission approved the Corona Wind Projects consisting of up to 950 wind turbines and about 80 miles of 345-kV transmission lines that Pattern Energy subsidiaries propose to install across three counties.The projects would tie-in to SunZia Transmission’s proposed 520-mile SunZia Southwest Transmission Project at the proposed SunZia East substation near Corona, N.M. The PRC denied approval of SunZia on Sept. 5, deciding it did not have enough information to approve the two 500-kV lines across 320 miles in New Mexico, although the Arizona Corporation Commission in early 2016 approved a permit for the 200-mile stretch that would cross the southeastern portion of that state. Pattern Energy Group LP, known as Pattern Development and a privately held affiliate of publicly traded Pattern Energy Group Inc., is the transmission project’s anchor tenant.However, the New Mexico regulators rejected the transmission line without prejudice, meaning SunZia can submit a new application, which the developer has said it plans to do. SouthWestern Power Group II LLC is the major partner in the project. MMR Group Inc. is SouthWestern’s parent company.The SunZia project would be the main path for transmission of energy from the Corona projects, with the aim of selling the power to Arizona, California and possibly Utah. PRC Hearing Examiner Anthony Medeiros on Sept. 26 told the commissioners in a recommended decision that the status of the SunZia project has no bearing legally on whether the commission should approve the wind projects because the developers do not have to show they have a means to deliver their power.Pattern Energy is developing the wind projects at its own risk, Medeiros said, and the permit to construct can be issued based entirely on whether environmental and land use requirements have been met and whether the plans for the project are of sufficient detail to meet state statutory requirements. Unlike the commission’s conclusion on the transmission project plans, Medeiros said the wind project plans meet the state requirements, and he recommended approval, subject to 26 conditions including compliance with air and water pollution controls and bird protection measures.More ($): New Mexico approves plans for 2,200 MW of wind capacity New Mexico regulators approve 2,200MW wind projectlast_img read more

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Three-level tree-house comes with a secret passageway to the rooftop

first_img56 Woodgee St, Currumbin.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North2 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa22 hours agoWith the help of architect Brian Kenny, the house was transformed into a tropical paradise. Mr Hicks said he combined his entertainment skills in mood lighting and sound to create an ambient house. “My favourite part about the house is that you can choose which room to be in depending on your mood,” he said. “I designed the house so it would offer an abundance of light, cool vibes, ventilated spaces and lots of unique areas to hang out in. 56 Woodgee St, Currumbin.“Every day is a holiday with the invigorating elements of the sun, surf and sand.” The design perched on a 405sq m block combines timber and stone and the quirkiest feature is the rooftop which is accessed by a ladder in the main bedroom. “It is engineered over three levels and was built to last,” Ms Canning said. 56 Woodgee St, Currumbin. 56 Woodgee St, Currumbin.“When it is really hot in summer there is still little to no need for airconditioning and the ensuite opens up to a timber deck so it feels like you’re showering outside.” High ceilings, a cellar and a rooftop barbecue are just some of the fancy features. 56 Woodgee St, Currumbin.WITH a tree-house design that’s a stone’s throw from the beach, it’s hard not to fall in love with the tropical feel of this house. Homeowner Graeme Hicks, who runs an entertainment business from home, bought the quirky property in 2001.“I was attracted to the address of the house,” Mr Hicks said. 56 Woodgee St, Currumbin.He said he spent $500,000 renovating the house shortly after he moved in.The three-bedroom, three-bathroom house is sprawled out over three levels making it the ultimate treetop hideaway. “From the front, the house has a very beach-house style and the backyard looks out on a dense rainforest setting,” Mr Hicks said. 56 Woodgee St, Currumbin.A wi-fi controlled garden irrigation with rainwater tanks is the standout. Mishy Canning and David Lonie from LJ Hooker said the lucky buyer would feel like they were on holiday everyday. “Leave the towel at home, take a morning surf or walk to Currumbin Alley or walk to the beach and take a dip in the crystal clear ocean,” Ms Canning said. last_img read more

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Investors call for action after Brazilian mining disaster

first_imgThe Church Commissioners for England and the Church of England Pensions Board (CEPB) have been joined by the Council on Ethics for Sweden’s AP1, AP2, AP3 and AP4 funds, Dutch pension giant APG, the UK’s LGPS Central and New Zealand Super, as well as several asset managers. The Church of England is leading calls from institutional investors for a global independent public classification system to monitor the safety risk of “tailings” dams linked to mines, after a collapse in Brazil killed 100 people.More than 200 people are missing following the collapse of the dam in Brumadinho in the south east of Brazil on 25 January.The dam was an embankment used to store by-products of iron ore mining operations, and its collapse resulted in mudslides that engulfed local communities. The human toll was accompanied by potential contamination from the red iron ore waste that swept across the countryside.The Mina Feijão operation in Brumadinho is owned by Brazil’s largest mining company, Vale. “We have lost confidence in the sector’s ability to regulate itself on this issue”John Howchin, AP funds’ Council on EthicsThe group has proposed that the new classification system for safety risk should be independent of mining companies and require annual audits of all tailings dams, as well as verification that the highest corresponding safety standards were being implemented. All reporting should be made public through a database accessible to communities, governments, civil society and investors. John Howchin, secretary general of the Council on Ethics, said: “We have lost confidence in the sector’s ability to regulate itself on this issue. The consequences when something goes wrong are clear. We will be working with other investors to insist the necessary steps are taken.”Adam Matthews, director of ethics and engagement for the CEPB, said: “These failures of tailings dams should not be happening. These are not black swan events.“An independent classification system will ensure that communities, workers and investors know the safety standards of tailings dams are in place and if they are being applied. This proposal will drive a new level of accountability and transparency within the mining sector.”The group is planning to convene a meeting of international industry experts and major investors in the sector. This will take place in London, chaired by David Urquhart, Bishop of Birmingham.All shares in Vale held within the Church Commissioners’ and CEPB’s portfolios – worth £10m (€11.4m) in total – were disposed of shortly after the disaster occurred.Institutional investors have previously called for change at mining corporations including Vale following a similar disaster in Brazil in 2015.The CEPB said it has engaged for some years in ongoing dialogue with mining company senior staff in relation to the companies’ role in society. It has also “heavily engaged” with commodities giant Glencore on climate, and health and safety.last_img read more

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Indoor Shot Put State Champion Lily Grimes

first_imgThe Hoosier State Relay Qualifiers from the Pirate Track and Field teams traveled to IU Bloomington Saturday afternoon to compete against the top 24 competitors from across the State of Indiana’s small schools (Football Class 1A-3A).Senior Lily Grimes was crowned the 2019 Indoor State Champion of Shot Put after she threw her career best of 42’7″, a new indoor SCHOOL RECORD. Grimes is no stranger to the podium at the Indoor State Meet. She has been a medalist in all 4 of her appearances at HSR finishing 5th or 6th in the past . Grimes was seeded 2nd this indoor season behind last year’s shot put champion. However, by throwing her best indoor series of her high school career, Grimes took the lead with her third throw of 42′.5″ in trials. After advancing to finals, Grimes continued to dominate and solidified her win as the State Champ with her toss of 42’7″. Grimes’ championship performance put the Lady Pirates on the score board finishing in 13th place out of 42 scoring teams.Other competitors for the Greensburg girls included 14th place Distance Medley Relay Team of Emily Mangels, Sophie Nobbe, Emma Hatton and Brenner Hanna, 16th place 3200 meter relay team of Mangels, Emma Wilmer, Hatton and Nobbe and 22nd place Hanna in the 3200. Mangels, Hatton and Nobbe all ran career best split relay times while Wilmer ran a season best split relay time.On the boys team, Daimon Austin qualified for HSR in long jump. He improved on his original seed by 2 spots and placed 17th overall with a leap of 19’9″.The Pirates Track and Field teams will be back in action when they start their outdoor season at home next Thursday against Batesville.Courtesy of Pirates Coach Katina Tekulve.last_img read more

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Roundup

first_imgThe following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety incident report summary between Friday, March 28, and Saturday, March 29.  Crimes against a personat 1:18 a.m. on March 29, a security guard reported that a student punched him in the chest after being denied entry to a party at the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity house and also struck him with a piece of lumber when he was pursued into a construction site. DPS officers located and detained the student and he was arrested and transferred to Metropolitan Detention Center for booking.Miscellaneous incidentsat 1:50 a.m. on  March 28, an undisclosed number of USC students were cited for possession of fake IDs at the 901 Bar & Grill.at 8:11 p.m. on March 28, a USC employee reported he found a clear plastic bag  outside the Elizabeth von Kleinsmid Memorial Residence Hall that appeared to contain marijuana. The bag was booked as evidence.at 1:40 a.m. on March 29, a student reported that another student spat on him and attempted to slap him several times during an argument on Adams Boulevard.at 4:05 p.m. on March 29, DPS officers confiscated a sword from a non-USC male at Cromwell Field. Upon doing so, the officers were contacted by a staff member who stated that the sword belonged to her and it was being used as a prop for an event. The officers advised the staff member that it was a violation of the law and university policy to bring the sword on campus, and she complied when they instructed her to place it in her vehicle for the duration of the event.last_img read more

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