4x100m final Jamaica had mixed fortune on last Saturday’s final night of competition at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada. The women picked up two relay silver medals, while the men failed in two bids to add to the tally. Jamaica finished fourth in track and field with eight medals – three gold, three silver and two bronze. Overall, the country picked up nine medals. Alia Atkinson won a silver in swimming. The women’s sprint relay team clocked 42.68 to finish behind the United States, who won in a Games record 42.58. The winners erased the 42.62 set by Jamaica in 1999. Canada were third in 43.01. The members of the Jamaican quartet were Samantha Henry-Robinson, Kerron Stewart, Schillonie Calvert, and Simone Facey. Jamaica also finished behind the United States in the women’s 4x400m. They clocked 3:27.27, with the winners crossing the line in 3:25.68. Canada took bronze in a season’s best 3:27.74. The Jamaican quartet was Anastasia Leroy, Verone Chambers, Chrisann Gordon, and Bobbgaye Wilkins. Jamaica failed to finish in the men’s 4x100m final. Anchor-leg runner Sheldon Mitchell and third-leg man Bernado Brady failed to exchange the baton. There was some drama here. After a brilliant second leg from sprint double champion AndrÈ DeGrasse, Canada crossed the line first but were later disqualified after an infringement by their lead-off runner. He stepped on the line just before handing over, and was penalised after Trinidad and Tobago protested. The United States were awarded the race in 38.27, with Brazil getting second in 38.60 and Trinidad promoted to third in 38.69. Jamaica had a poor start in the men’s 4x400m and were always playing catch up. They ended sixth in 3:01.97. Trinidad’s Machel Cedenio ran a blinder on the anchor leg for his team, bringing them from out of the medals to gold medal in a season’s best 2:59.60. It was also a season’s best for runners-up Cuba in 2:59.84, while the United States took third in 3:00.21.
St Bess, Tru-Juice stay on semis course St Bess and Tru-Juice tightened their grip at the top of the preliminary stage standings of the South Central Super League following wins last weekend. Both have kept the joint lead on points for the past three rounds with St Bess clinging on by goal difference. Both are now on 23 points. St Bess added to Kemps Hill’s relegation woes by handing them a 3-1 defeat while Tru-Juice ended Black Star’s semi-final hopes with a 2-1 win. Another St Catherine team, Dunbeholden has now seriously entered the fray for a semi-final spot by defeating Manchester’s Hillstars 3-1. Holland PYC’s 3-2 win over Downs again exposed the weakness of Manchester-based teams at this level this season, The only Manchester team to avoid defeat in the past round was Ricam who managed a 1-1 effort against Clarendon’s New Bowens, who are in the bottom four. Royal Lakes win eight-goal thriller Royal Lakes and G.C. Foster shared eight goals as the former ran out 5-3 winners in last Sunday’s FLOW St Catherine Major League. The win saw Royal move up the table in Zone A to third on 20 points. Meanwhile, Old Harbour Bay (24 points) took over sole leadership of Zone A after a clinical 2-1 win over Frazsiers Whip. The victors got their goals through Tajay Baker and Devroy Gray. Gray is the competition’s leading goalscorer with 10 goals. In other games, Portsmouth surprised Zone B leaders, Christian Pen (19 points) 1-0; Zone A second place club, Federal United (23 points) were held goalless by De La Vega City and Newland defeated New Raiders 3-1. Big win for Spring Village Spring Village, a domino club based on the outskirts of Spanish Town, St Catherine, are showing early signs that they can keep up with the big guns, as they silenced Ken’s Wildflower 300-243 and notched their sixth straight win of the season and maximum 24 points in the seventh round of the City of Kingston Cooperative Union/Jamaica Domino Federation Portmore/St Catherine league. Three other teams also have 24 points and perfect records. They are defending champions Fort International, which had to fight for a 300-287 win over Chedwin Strikers; Waterhouse United who beat Masterpiece 300-281 and Eradication 300-250 winners over Memory Lane 300-250. The competition continues tomorrow. Southborough, Braeton square off in final Braeton United and Southborough FC will square off in the final of the York Pharmacy-sponsored Portmore Division two Football League following semi-final wins last Sunday. Braeton avenged a 3-0 loss to Edgewater a couple of weeks ago with a shock 1-0 elimination of Edgewater the number one seed, while South Borough clipped Racing United 2-1. The final will be played tomorrow at the Cedar Grove Estate Sports Complex. Kick-off time is 3:30 p.m. Porus beaten in Manchester Major League Porus were displaced as the sole leaders of the Manchester Football Association Magnum/Captain’s Bakery Major League after they were clipped 1-0 by Comfort. Torchon Dwyer scored the only goal of the match. The huge movers of the sixth round were Alligator Pond who handed newcomers Star Zone a 4-0 baptism. Dane Seaton began the rout in the 20th minute for a 1-0 lead at half time. Three goals followed in the second half, with Romaine Samuda making it 2-0 in the 62nd minute then Oshane Nelson slammed in the third in the 65th and Kamarlo Dixon completing the scoring in the 72nd. This win has propelled Alligator Pond FC into the top position in the table on goal difference as the first half of the preliminary round ends, Villa United who are in striking distance with 10 points, continued the wretched run of former multiple Manchester champions Mile Gully by beating them 2-1. Ajani Laylor found the first goal for Villa United in the 12th minute with team mate Calvin Matthie finding the net in the 30th minute. Defender Ronald Taylor’s (75th minute) got the consolation strike for Mile Gully. Clandon take early lead in Division One Clandon Strikers have the early lead in the Jamalco-sponsored Manchester Division One after being the only team to score two wins from two matches played so far. Clandon beat Starz Academy 2-0, to add to their opening 1-0 win over New Green to move to six points. Seven other teams are on three points. In other results from the second round, New Green, with a goal from Owen Whyte’s (25th minute), rebounded with a 1-0 win over Silent Hill, and Old England tagged Trinity United 2-0.
…forestry sector reports increase in cheaper substitute – FPAThe Forest Products Association of Guyana (FPA) is again raising concerns about the imposition of Value Added Tax (VAT) on local lumber at all stages in the production chain.FPA President Ricky Ramsaroop on Tuesday said consumers were now going after plastic wood substitutes and concrete, and in some cases importing alternative construction products instead of lumber.The main reason for this, according to Ramsaroop, is the VAT that was imposed on the sector this year. He said this was now taking a toll on the local industry and persons were now feeling the squeeze.“So, people prefer to go for concrete products and all of that is putting pressure on the wood sector. This is where we expect the Government will intervene,” the FPA head asserted.Ramsaroop, who also serves as a director at the Guyana Forestry Commission (GFC), told Guyana Times that this issue was brought up for discussion at a Commission meeting.He said now that it has the attention of the GFC, it is hoped that the matter would be raised again with the Government, to look at ways of possibly reversing or reducing the VAT rate.The FPA head claimed this could cause a virtual shutdown of the sector, create mass unemployment in specific Amerindian communities and for other persons living in the interior.A forest concession in Guyana’s rainforestIllegal loggingRamsaroop said it also had the potential to increase illegal logging and deforestation and forest degradation, thus endangering the Green Development Plan and access to future carbon funds. Meanwhile, the VAT to some extent is already causing a reduction in forestry activities, and hinterland roads and other infrastructure maintained by forest operators could be threatened also.Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo has said that the imposition of VAT on the sector was in direct conflict with the Government’s stated objective of promoting value-added production.Locally-produced lumber-based items, including plywood, are also subject to VAT. Previously, there was no VAT on the final sale of lumber and plywood. And Jagdeo said this would only deter individuals from buying the commodity.The former President said the coalition Government had been critical of loggers and logging companies summarily cutting down trees and exporting them, but its position had now changed.According to him, while Government claims it wants to support more value-added activities in the forestry sector, it has simultaneously placed 14 per cent VAT on processed lumber.Last year, the forestry sector contracted more than 30 per cent, principally as a result of Barama halting the production of logs and the United Kingdom’s restriction on greenheart logs originating from Guyana.In its March 2017 monthly bulletin, the Finance Ministry said that forestry production for February 2017 amounted to 21,300 cubic metres compared with 25,319 cubic metres in February 2016. According to the report, this has resulted in production reaching 37,074 cubic metres, year-to-date, compared to 51,052 cubic metres in 2016.
PULLMAN, Wash. – The energy on the Palouse was unrivaled, with local fans talking about the biggest game in at least two decades, and some calling it the biggest in Washington State history. It made for a memorable Thursday night at Friel Court, one filled with chanting students, tension, and the Pacific-10 Conference’s two best basketball teams. Next on UCLA’s agenda is Saturday’s trip to Washington, where the stakes are now not stumbling so it can secure the No. 1 seed in the West region of the NCAA tournament, which tips off in less than two weeks. “I’m very happy,” said junior guard Arron Afflalo, who led UCLA with 14 points. “This is another year we establish UCLA as a premiere team. The whole thing is to be consistent with that, and get it back to the golden days.” The Bruins (26-3, 15-2 Pac-10) now own 29 conference titles, and are the top seed in next week’s Pac-10 tournament. Washington State (23-6, 12-5) still claimed second place in the league, matching its best finish in Pac-10 play. “We’re really, really happy to get this win, which gives us sole possession of the regular season Pac-10 championship, which is an important goal for us,” UCLA coach Ben Howland said. “I think Washington State is just outstanding. This is a great gut check. We played great defense.” One thing missing from this postgame celebration was a Gatorade shower for Howland. Last season he was drenched upon entering the locker room at Stanford after the Bruins clinched the title outright, but this time he met the media bone dry. “I think he’s used to this by now,” UCLA point guard Darren Collison said. “He’s real focused on winning a national title. Even though we appreciate that we won the Pac-10 championship, we still want to go and look forward.” Bruins wing Josh Shipp scored 12 points and Luc Richard Mbah a Moute had 10. Washington State was led by Kyle Weaver’s 14 points, but leading scorer Derrick Low was nearly shut out. He was averaging 13.9 points per game, but was held to two points. With Afflalo doing much of the defending, Low was 1 of 8 from the field, with the lone basket coming on a 12-foot bank shot. UCLA trailed 23-22 at the half, matching its West Virginia output for its fewest points scored in the first half this season, but started the second half quickly to take control. Josh Shipp navigated traffic for a lay-in to begin a 9-0 UCLA spurt out of the locker room to take a 31-23 lead. firstname.lastname@example.org (818) 713-3607 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The setting could have been intimidating to some schools, but not UCLA, which has shown to be unflappable even in harsher instances. So it goes without saying UCLA showed no signs of stage fright, and showed why it is the class of the West. The No. 2-ranked Bruins put on an offensive and defensive clinic in the second half, choking out No. 13 Washington State, 53-45, in front of 11,618 to win the Pac-10 title outright for the second straight season, and keep the Cougars without a conference crown since 1941.
Paulo Dybala (Palermo) – Click right to see which Paris Saint-Germain man could leave for Liverpool in the summer – Argentine starlet Dybala is almost certain to quit his club in the summer as the Serie A side look to cash in on their precocious talent. Liverpool may have to fight off the attentions of Juventus, Arsenal and Man City for his services, and stump up a fee of around £25m. 7 7 Ezequiel Lavezzi (Paris Saint-Germain) – Find out the Ligue 1 star who could join on a free transfer – Another Argentine who could move to Anfield is 29-year-old Lavezzi. Hes had a couple of issues with boss Laurent Blanc this campaign and may be available for a fraction of the price Palermo would want for compatriot Dybala. He might be worth a punt. Liverpool legend Ian Rush has told talkSPORT manager Brendan Rodgers needs to strengthen their strike force this summer.Last season the Reds, with Daniel Sturridge partnered by Luis Suarez, were scoring goals left, right and centre, but with the Uruguayan now at Barcelona they’ve found it much harder to hit the back of the net.Rickie Lambert and Mario Balotelli moved to Merseyside but neither have had much success leaving them with uncertain futures.But who should Liverpool look to sign this summer? talkSPORT takes a look.Click right to see the strikers Rodgers could sign for the Reds.For Liverpool news and views, check out Talk Liverpool on Facebook 7 Danny Ings (Burnley) – FInd out which South American starlet the Reds could sign in the summer – Out of contract in the summer, the England Under-21 hotshot has impressed in the Premier League this season. He could offer a cheap solution to the Reds problems. Pedro (Barcelona) – Click right to see which strikers Liverpool could land this summer – Last summer Liverpool missed out on landing Alexis Sanchez and this time around with Pedro possibly available from Barcelona, Rodgers will be doing his upmost to ensure another one doesnt get away. The forward, despite being behind Neymar, Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez, hes still prolific. Ciro Immobile (Borussia Dortmund) – A big-money move from Torino to the Bundesliga giants after topping the Serie A goal-scoring charts could have been the making of the Italian striker but, instead, his form has suffered while Jurgen Klopps side have struggled. He may opt to leave Germany and attempt to regain the form that saw him become an Italian international and Liverpool could profit. Alexandre Lacazette (Lyon) – Click right to see which Italian international Liverpool could land this summer – The French striker has been scintillating this season and even a mid-season injury hasnt curbed his goal-getting. Hes hit 24 in 27 and also hit his first international strike too. He could cost a pretty penny but if Liverpool want quality they will have to pay for it. 7 7 7 7 Andre Ayew (Marseille) – Click right to see which French sensation should be on Rodgers’ shortlist – Available on a free transfer in the next transfer window, Ghana star Ayew has spent the majority of his career with Marseille but may finally move on. Liverpool would represent a huge opportunity for the 25-year-old and he could well jump at the chance to move to Merseyside.
A new survey conducted by Irish company Cinderella Shoes has revealed that a worrying 68% of ladies with larger than average size feet have damaged their feet by wearing shoes that are too small.Almost 96% with size 8 and over, despair that most shops don’t stock their size, 79% dislike shopping for shoes with 11% admitting to being reduced to tears!A total of 17% hate shopping for shoes because they are embarrassed about their shoe size and 16% only shop for shoes when it is an absolute must! It seems that heels are a tall order with 43% citing them as extremely difficult to find and trainers are the easiest to find in large sizes.Research shows that as generations of women grow taller and heavier, our feet have got larger. Today, the average female’s feet are one-and-a-half sizes bigger than ten years ago.And yet, despite the 80% increase in the number of woman taking a size nine, shops have been slow to catch on. Celebrities like Angelina Jolie (size 9), Paris Hilton (9), Macy Gray (10) are sole sisters in the big feet department whilst Scarlett Johansson (9.5), Michelle Obama (9) and Elle McPherson (9.5) also all have larger than average feet. Yet even today, being fashion-conscious and large of foot isn’t easy.If you’re a size 9 or above you can often be relegated to the clearance section with its mismatched sandals and no-name brands. Cinderella Shoes brings a seamless shoe shopping solution with a vast variety of larger sizes including 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 in a vast array of colours to match any outfit.Cinderella Shoes, the online shoe retailer specialising in shoes for women who take a size 8 and bigger was established over fifteen years ago and is Ireland’s leading provider of larger than average shoes.Now under new management, the brand has a fresh new look and mobile friendly website for shopping on the go.Cinderella Shoes is an Irish Company with a global audience and ships to its customers worldwide including Zimbabwe, America, Pakistan, Dubai, Japan and India.The store currently operates online but due to customer demand a new show room is open every Saturday from 10am to 2pm at www.cinderellashoes.ie DD FASHION: SURVEY REVEALS SHOES FOR LARGER SIZES CAN BE ‘SOLE’ DESTROYING was last modified: July 7th, 2016 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:donegalFashionshoes
The late Callum Dale.A heartbroken mother has told how she desperately waved her hands in a bid to stop a car hitting her young son seconds before he was killed.Callum Dale, who had Asperger’s Syndrome, died after he had left his home and was later hit by an oncoming car. Thirteen year old Callum died after he was hit by the vehicle being driven by Rachel Fullerton on the outskirts of Buncrana, in March, 2014.Ms Fullerton, 35, has gone on trial at Letterkenny Circuit Court charged with careless driving causing the death of the boy.During a very emotional case, the dead boy’s mother relived the last moments of her son’s life.Ms Deirdre Dale told how her son was a very smart boy and was “probably smarter than you”, as she pointed to presiding Judge John O’Hagan.However, due to his illness, he was prone to having “eruptions” which would see him lose his temper.The court heard Callum suffered one of these eruptions on the night he was killed on March 13th.Callum and his dad Peter had a disagreement and the schoolboy stormed out of his home at 10 Riverdale Park, Buncrana.The dead boy’s mother Deirdre told how she sometimes drove her son around the town in a bid to calm him down.But instead of getting into the family’s car that night, he walked up the road and was carrying a poker.She spent 45 minutes trying to reason with him and calm him down before tragedy struck.Both were wearing dark clothing and it was dark outside, the court heard.Mrs Callum revealed how her son had moved onto the road and she desperately tried to wave down the oncoming Volkswagen Meriva car being driven by Ms Fullerton close to Cockhill chapel.Mrs Callum said she could not recall if her son was sitting or lying down on the road before he was struck by the car.“I heard him say I’m going to sit on the road. I don’t know if he sat down or not. I stood in the road doing that (gesturing her hands to stop) but the car just kept coming. To me there was no brakes and it didn’t slow down and I jumped out of the way. I just heard a bang,” she said.Barrister for the State, Ms Patricia McLaughlin, said that subsequent investigations after the incident had shown that the accused woman had not been drinking, had not been using her mobile phone and was not speeding before the accident.The accused woman, Ms Fullerton, of Meentahalla, Illies, Buncrana, sat in the public gallery and became emotional throughout the evidence.The dead boy’s father Peter told the court how himself and his wife had tried their best to cope with Callum’s condition since he was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome when he was eight years old.He told how they had been advised by the health authorities to remove all knives and other objects out of reach of Callum due to his ‘eruptions’ of anger.He said his son suffered ‘eruptions’ but stressed that he was very apologetic and contrite after the incidents.He said that his son had threatened to take his own life on a number of occasions.He said that each night he tried to talk to his son for an hour each night to keep him some social stimulation which he was missing because of his illness.On the night of his death, Callum had asked him to buy him three books on the subject of religion which he had recently become interested in.His father said he may buy him two but because of the content of the third he was reluctant to buy the last book.Callum then became unreasonable and then picked up a fireside poker and then attacked him and pulled some hair out.Mum Deirdre then suggested they go for a drive in the family car and Callum calmed down and left the house with his mum.Mr Dale then went to check on his wife and child and noticed his son was very agitated close to Cockhill Bridge and Cockhill Chapel.He approached his son and pleaded with him to get off the road but said he could not say if his son was lying or kneeling on the road but he did not see him in these positions.He was also hit by the car and spent some days in hospital as a result of his injuries.Mr Dale recalled “He (Callum) became agitated and moved into the road. I became concerned and I said I would get him the book but he had switched off and wasn’t listening.“I then saw the defendant’s car coming up the road and I said “for goodness sake get off the road” but I noticed he didn’t meet my gaze.“I can’t remember him standing or sitting. I was conscious there was car coming but those last few seconds don’t exist anymore.“I was hit by the car because I was protecting my boy. I can’t remember being hit but I remember spinning up in the air. I remember hitting my head. The I heard screaming. I managed to turn on my back. Deirdre said “Peter, Peter, but I couldn’t get up off the floor.”Various other witnesses who passed the scene just before the tragedy also gave brief evidence.The trial, before a jury of seven women and five men, is expected to last up to three days.EndsJURY TOLD HOW HEART-BROKEN PARENTS TRIED TO SAVE SON IN TRAGIC ROAD INCIDENT was last modified: July 13th, 2016 by John2Share 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:Callum Dale
SAUGUS – Taggers hit a Saugus park over the weekend, marking brand-new play equipment with white supremacist graffiti. The markings at Santa Clarita Park on Seco Canyon Road were so offensive that cleanup crews covered what they couldn’t remove with duct tape and paint. Santa Clarita city spokeswoman Gail Ortiz said the vandals hit during the holiday weekend and crews worked Monday and Tuesday to remove the markings from buildings and from the new $200,000 equipment. Having trouble removing the graffiti from the plastic equipment, the city called the manufacturer for advice. The city will ask its Saugus Action Committee to help keep a lookout at local parks in hopes of halting a recent citywide surge in tagging, Ortiz said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2Local sheriff’s deputies have made arresting taggers a priority and last week raided a Canyon Country home and arrested a man linked to dozens of incidents.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 A sparkling pitching performance from Seattle starter Ryan Franklin, a golden opportunity missed in the ninth inning and a game-winning single by Greg Dobbs were enough to keep the Angels from extending their one-game lead in the West over the Athletics. The Angels had a bases-loaded, no-out situation in a 1-1 game in the ninth inning and came up empty. Angels shortstop Orlando Cabrera led off the top of the ninth inning with a hard chopper that glanced off the glove of Mariners third baseman Adrian Beltre for a single. Garret Anderson followed by blistering a ground-rule double to right and Vladimir Guerrero was then intentionally walked to load the bases with no outs. Mariners pitcher George Sherrill replaced Franklin and got Darin Erstad to hit a hard grounder to Beltre. The former Dodgers third baseman stepped on the bag to force Anderson and threw home to catcher Yorvit Torrealba, who tagged out Cabrera for the double play. This was supposed to be the friendly portion of the Angels’ schedule. While their American League West rival Oakland Athletics were traveling east this week battling playoff contenders in Cleveland and Boston, the Angels figured to have an easier time with sub-.500 teams Seattle and Detroit. The Mariners, in last place by as many games as are left in the season, have not exactly followed that script. The Angels lost their second consecutive game to the Mariners with a 2-1 loss on Tuesday in front of 28,813 at Safeco Field. “There’s nothing I can do on that play,” said Cabrera. “Adrian played it really smart and got the first out then got me in the rundown. “That was the game right there.” Reliever J.J. Putz (6-5) then got Bengie Molina, who drove in the Angels’ lone run in the seventh inning, to ground out to end the inning. Predictably, the Mariners took advantage in the bottom of the ninth. Angels starter Paul Byrd, who pitched a brilliant eight-plus innings, surrendered a bunt single to Jeremy Reed and a broken-bat single to Raul Ibanez to put runners on first and third with no outs. Scott Shields relieved and got Richie Sexson to ground into a bizarre 4-8-3 double play. The Angels used five infielders, with center fielder Maicer Izturis in the infield. Sexson grounded to second baseman Adam Kennedy, who was on the shortstop side of second base. Kennedy flipped to Izturis at second for the force, he then threw to first for the double play. But after Beltre was intentionally walked, Dobbs singled up the middle to bring in Reed with the game-winning run. “Even after we get that double play, and that play finally worked for us,” said Cabrera. “It’s a tough loss.” Seattle scored in the third when, with a Yuniesky Betancourt on second, Ichiro Suzuki dropped down a bunt to the third-base side. Byrd fielded and threw back against his momentum and over first baseman Darin Erstad allowing Betancourt to score for a 1-0 lead. “If I can field the ball, we still win,” said Byrd, who allowed eight hits and just one earned run. The Angels evened the score at 1-1 in the seventh when Vladimir Guerrero, Erstad and Molina strung together consecutive two-out singles to plate the tying run. Oakland lost to the AL wild-card leading Cleveland Indians, 5-2, earlier Tuesday. Fourteen of the Angels’ remaining 18 games are against teams with a record below .500. A four-game trip to Oakland, going from Sept. 26 to 29, are the Angels’ lone games against a winning team. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Junior receiver Joey Salamanca caught six passes, including 25-yard touchdown, and senior linebacker Steven Westerdale had three sacks for Downey Calvary Chapel (0-2). BOYS WATER POLO Los Alamitos 16, Millikan 8 Senior driver Brian Mattingly had three goals and four steals for the Rams (1-1), who lost their first game of the season to the Griffins (2-1). GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Los Alamitos 2, Rim of the World 1 Alex Filkins, and Rachael Moss were both named to the all-tournament team after the Griffins defeated the Fighting Scots, 22-25, 25-23, 15-13, in the third-place game of the Durango Tournament in Las Vegas. Wilson finished in 13th place and Poly 14th. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Jaasmin Pina (20.02) came in second, while Emily Rubin (20.04) took third and Carley Lopez (20.28) fourth. FOOTBALL St. Anthony 35, St. Genevieve 6 Running back Sidney Gonzalez scored three touchdowns, and John Piraino added the other two for the visiting Saints (2-0). Murrietta Calvary Chapel 51, Downey Calvary Chapel 14 Teammate Joe Griego finished in fourth place in 16.51, while Victor Muro came in fifth (16.57). On the girls side, the Jackrabbits took the first five spots led by Tedesco, who ran a 19.51. The Poly High cross country team was in Hawaii on Saturday, and Ethan Durham and Tava Tedesco made sure the trip wasn’t just for fun in the sun. Durham, a senior, came in first place in the boys division at the Kamehameha Invitational after racing across the 3-mile course and crossing the finish line in 16.31.