El Segundo pulled within 26-19 in the second quarter on a 22-yard touchdown pass from Bundy to Rechad Nessary. But Hatchett’s 70-yard pass and Taylor’s touchdown pass with four seconds left had Centennial up, 40-19, at halftime. In the second half, Centennial went to the ground game keeping the ball away from El Segundo, but scored again in the fourth quarter on Taylor’s run from the five after a blocked punt by Scott Carr. “This was the school’s best week of practice in four years and it shows that good practice carries over to game time,” Centennial coach Aaron Craver said. Hawthorne had the fast start, but it was Inglewood with the big finish. Marcus Allen opened the game with a 90-yard kickoff return and the Cougars extended their on a field goal by Ronnie Estrada, but Inglewood, behind running back David Freeman, scored a 33-9 Ocean League win at Coleman Stadium. Freeman rushed for 270 yards for Inglewood (3-4, 1-1), which came back to take a 20-9 halftime lead. Allen and quarterback Deandre Hinton were both lost to injuries and Hawthorne struggled after they left. Freeman scored one of his three touchdowns on a 73-yard run at the outset of the second half. Culver City scored three touchdowns in the third quarter of its Ocean League game against Morningside to break open a close game and went on to win, 42-26, at home. Quarterback Darius Banks completed 13 of 21 passes for 263 yards and two touchdowns for Culver City (7-0, 2-0). Banks added another score on the ground, and running back Lowell Rose scored two rushing touchdowns to lead Culver City. Leading 14-7 entering the third quarter, Banks hit Zach Davis for a 52-yard touchdown pass on the first play from scrimmage. Trying to answer, Morningside marched to the Culver City 5-yard line but on third-and-goal, Morningside quarterback Travis Harvey threw a pass that was intercepted and run back for a 97-yard touchdown by defensive back Lenyatta Kiles Jr, making the score 28-7. Morningside came back on its next drive and converted it into a score with Davion Archie scoring on a 25-yard run. But Culver City and Banks weren’t finished and the Centaurs scored after a five-play, 59-yard drive that took little over a minute. Rose scored his second touchdown on a 9-yard run that gave Culver City a 35-14 cushion. The lone bright spot for Morningside was running back Brian Nam, who rushed for 175 yards on 31 carries and two touchdowns. Terrence McCoy rushed for 110 yards, including touchdown runs of 39 and 57 yards, to lift Animo to a 27-8 nonleague win over Ribet Academy at Hawthorne High, ending a 23-game losing streak for the Aztec Eagles. McCoy had one touchdown in the first quarter and one in the second, just before he was named homecoming king at halftime. McCoy also had an interception. Quarterback Ryan Lyles ran for a 1-yard score and also passed 30 yards for a score to John Ojo for Animo (1-6). The lone touchdown for Ribet (2-5) came in the fourth quarter on a 66-yard pass from quarterback Sulam Sam to Chris Bucknor. The Animo defense forced two interceptions and a fumble. Two touchdowns by senior running back Sunako Simi led Mary Star to a 21-18 Camino Real League comeback win over Verbum Dei at Daniels Field. Verbum Dei took a 6-0 lead on its first drive with a 1-yard from sophomore quarterback Omar Herrea. The Eagles made it 12-0 on a 2-yard run by sophomore running back Donyae Fields. Simi’s first touchdown, a 1-yard run, came on the last play of the first half and cut Mary Star’s deficit to 12-7. “That play gave us the momentum we needed to come out and do better,” Mary Star coach Dino Andrie said. “We had been stopped in the red zone a few times and that helped give us a boost.” During the second half both team continued their running games but Mary Star took a 14-12 lead with a 21-yard touchdown run by running back Troy Fiamengo. Simi scored on another 1-yard run to make it 21-12. Verbum Dei managed to score with a 11-yard pass to junior wide receiver Sean McKnight with 1:16 left in the game. Despite allowing Verbum Dei to score toward the end, Andrie was satisfied with his team’s win and come from behind win. “It speaks of this team’s character,” Andrie said. “We knew if we lost, we would have no chance at the playoffs and the team kept fighting.” Mary Star had 170 total yards and 159 came from the running game. Simi had 96 yards from 16 carries and quarterback Brian Bornemann carried 10 times for 37 yards. Due to a reporter’s error, Mary Star’s Troy Fiamengo was incorrectly credited with a touchdown catch in the Oct. 6 edition sports section. His brother, Tyler Fiamengo, caught the 50-yard touchdown pass against Santa Clara. Quarterback Keshaun Malone completed 4 of 10 passes for 142 yards and scored on a 2-yard run, but Gardena committed six turnovers in a 26-6 Marine League loss at Washington. Quarterback Revonte Wilkerson rushed seven times for 93 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Generals (4-3, 1-1), who won their first league game since 1998. Washington’s LaVail Littleton carried the ball six times for 53 yards and a score. Malone scored on Gardena’s first possession of the second half, but then fumbled, threw an interception, and turned the ball over on downs for Gardena (0-7, 0-2). Justin Agapay rushed eight times for 32 yards for Gardena. Frustration began to set in the Westchester sideline as the Comets fell to visiting University, 32-6, in a Western League game. Both teams featured run-oriented offenses, but the Wildcats’ attack fared much better. Running back Travis Ross ran for 138 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries. Trevon Harris added 169 yards on the ground on 11 carries and found the end zone twice as well. Already up 6-0 on Harris’ first touchdown, the speedy running back broke free for a 52-yard dash to put University (5-2, 1-1) up by two touchdowns. During the closing seconds of the first half, Ross found daylight in the middle of the Comet defense and ran for a 44-yard touchdown. The backbreaker came in the third quarter for the Comets (2-5, 0-2). Running back Brandon Sheppard, who had been running the ball effectively to open the second half, fumbled inside the Wildcat 5-yard line. Four plays later, Ross turned the corner and sped down the sideline for a 96-yard touchdown run. The Comets had two promising drives in the second half but squandered chances to score with a fumble and costly penalties. Quarterback Chris Jacobs averted the shutout for the Comets, scoring on a 10-yard run. – Bob Cody Inglewood roars back – Vince Barner Culver City pulls away – Dennis Freeman Animo victorious – Mike Gallo Simi paces Mary Star – Cristian Vasquez Correction Washington ends drought – David Saunders Westchester flustered – Derrick Deane160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! From staff reports Senior running back Robert Hatchett scored four touchdowns, all in the first half, and El Segundo couldn’t keep up in Centennial’s 47-19 Pioneer League win at El Segundo. Hatchett caught three passes in the first half and took all three in for touchdowns covering 74, 80 and 70 yards. Hatchett also scored on a 72-yard run and accounted for 338 yards from scrimmage in the first half alone. Hatchett also completed a 42-yard pass to Brandon Jackson. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.“I’ve had good games before, but I’ve never scored four touchdowns in a game,” Hatchett said. Quarterback Chris Smith went 8-for-8 for 336 yards in the first half for Centennial (3-4, 1-1). James Taylor added three touchdowns for Centennial, scoring on two short runs and a 7-yard screen pass. El Segundo kept pace in the first quarter to tie the game 7-7 on a 6-yard keeper by quarterback Michael Bundy, who was 14-for-22 for 181 yards in the first half. He finished with 215 yards passing. Shawn Groves scored on a 5-yard run at the start of the second quarter to tie the game.
Antoine Griezmann: The striker recently said there was a ‘six out of 10’ chance of joining Man United 1 Antoine Griezmann has cast further doubt over his future at Atletico Madrid by admitting he is ‘ready to go’ in order to win trophies.The France striker revealed on Monday there was a ‘six out of 10’ chance of him joining Manchester United this summer.The 26-year-old has been consistently linked with a move to Old Trafford in recent months and it now seems there could be some substance to the speculation.Griezmann made the original admission on French TV on Monday and went a step further on Tuesday when speaking to L’Equipe.“Today, if I have to move, it will not be a problem for me,” said Griezmann.“It may be England, which is in fashion, Germany, China or the United States, I’m ready to go.”Atletico finished third in LaLiga and fell to a 4-2 aggregate defeat against Real Madrid in the semi-finals of the Champions League.Griezmann, who scored 26 goals for Atletico this season, added: “I want to win titles.“We finished third in LaLiga, it was the objective of the club, but we, the players, want more.“Winning titles is what I will look for this summer when deciding on my future.”
THE fastest man on earth could soon be beating a track to Co Donegal!Usain Bolt told an astonished Myles Gallagher on Highland Radio today that he is hoping to visit the county next season.Gallagher was interviewing Bolt’s manager Ricky Simms on his sports show on the station today when the Milford man handed his phone to the treble gold medal winning athlete. The 100m, 200m and 4x100m Olympic champion told the show that he had been asking Ricky about a visit here.Bolt told Myles that he wasn’t even 100% fit for the Games but he was “in good shape.”He said he would “go through the motions because I’m happy” for the rest of the season.The Jamaican was asked if he planned to visit Donegal. “That’s a good question, I have been asking him (Ricky) the same question for a while, probably next season so we’ll see,” said Bolt“I’m looking forward to it.” ‘I KEEP ASKING RICKY ABOUT DONEGAL’ – BOLT CONFIRMS HE WANTS TO VISIT HERE was last modified: August 12th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:’I KEEP ASKING RICKY ABOUT DONEGAL’ – BOLT CONFIRMS HE WANTS TO VISIT HERE
HUNDREDS of people are expected to come out and run for the Caolan Melaugh fund on Friday night in Killygordan.Brave Caolan has been suffering from an aggressive form of cancer since he was just 10-weeks-old.The Caolan Melaugh 5k and 1k Heros Kids Race will take place this Friday the 24th July at 7.30pm. The event is organised by Killygordan Crossroads Runners (KCR) in partnership with Red Hughes CLG.The event is sure to attract walkers, runners and families from all over with special kids race kicking off the night at 7pm with certificates for the first 100 kids. Dress up as superheroes optional.The main race starts at 7.30pm.The race registration is from 5pm to 7pm with race start at Monellan. HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE SET FOR CAOLAN MELAUGH 5K THIS FRIDAY was last modified: July 22nd, 2015 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:5kcancerCaolan MelaughDD LOCAL: KILLYGORDON COMMUNITY NEWSfundraiserKillygordon
Updated: 1.10pmIndependent Cllr John O’Donnell has been officially elected as Mayor of the Letterkenny-Milford electoral area.The Kilmacrennan councillor took over the chain of office from outgoing chairman Ian McGarvey at today’s AGM in Letterkenny. Cllr John O’Donnell was formally proposed as Mayor by Independent Cllr Kevin Bradley.Cllr O’Donnell seconded the proposal himself.There was some uncertainty about the election earlier after no-one came forward to second Cllr Bradley’s initial proposal.The meeting was adjourned for 15 minutes before councillors resumed proceedings and eventually elected Cllr O’Donnell. Cllr John O’Donnell elected as Mayor of Letterkenny-Milford District, pictured with outgoing Mayor, Cllr Ian McGarveyWith 1,959 first preference votes, Cllr O’Donnell was the first councillor to be elected in the May 2019 elections and topped the poll in Milford.Speaking at the AGM, Cllr O’Donnell said: “I am absolutely honoured to be elected as Mayor of the Letterkenny-Milford Municipal District. I think it’s very important include Milford in the Letterkenny district as well, the fact that we can work together here. “I look forward to acting and working with you as Mayor for the next 12 months.”Cllr John O’Donnell elected as Mayor of Letterkenny-Milford DistrictHe thanked Cllr Kevin Bradley for putting his name forward for the position.Cllr O’Donnell added: “Any members here that are looking for any support in the next 12 months, by phone will be always on and the door always open for yourselves. to try and support you and bring forward any emergency motions in front of this municipal district and to ensure we are working as hard as we can for the betterment of the Letterkenny-Milford electoral area.” Breaking: Cllr John O’Donnell elected as new Mayor of Letterkenny-Milford was last modified: June 17th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:Cllr John O’Donnellcouncilletterkenny-milfordMayor
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest An easement is a right to cross or otherwise use someone else’s land for a specified purpose. In fancy lawyer language, an easement is a non-possessory right to use and/or enter into the real property of another without possessing it.A common example of an easement is the right of way which one landowner, A, may enjoy over the land of another, B. Easements are helpful for providing pathways across two or more pieces of property or allowing an individual to fish in a privately owned pond.The issue also comes up frequently with utilities. Most landowners dislike someone else being granted the right to use their property.The protest at Standing Rock, North Dakota is over this very issue. The Dakota Access Pipeline requested an easement from the Army Corp of Engineers to drill a pipeline underneath Lake Oahe, a water reservoir, located near the Standing Rock Reservation. On December 4, 2016, in a surprising move, the Army Corp of Engineers declined to issue the easement saying it was “clear that there’s more work to do” alluding to exploration of alternatives routes. I doubt this is the final determination in the matter, but a step in the right direction. Completion of an Environmental Impact Statement is the next step and anticipated to take two years.The legal issues in Standing Rock are fascinating and have not been given much attention by the media. Most news coverage refers to the Native American protestors as environmentalists and water protectors. These concerns are clearly present. In fact, the original path of the pipeline was near Bismark, until those residents complained of potential water contamination so the company rerouted the pipeline to the less affluent Standing Rock Reservation. In taking a less-populated route, the company was then able to abide by less stringent regulations.When the pipeline company sought the easement to drill under the reservoir, the Sioux sued, requesting an injunction from federal court. The issues raised by the tribe are more than environmental. The Sioux are concerned that the pipeline will pass through and destroy native burial sites and sacred places and assert that relevant federal law was not followed. And this is where their argument is compelling.The largest genocide in world history occurred when the European settlers of the United States displaced and nearly obliterated an entire Native American population. In partial recognition of the painful history of colonial land grabs, modern federal law accords certain rights to Native groups. Since 1992, this has included the right to be consulted. In essence, whenever a federal agency undertakes or approves a construction project, it must consult with local Native nations or tribes about whether sacred sites or places are nearby, regardless of the location of the property, so long as they attach religious and cultural significance to that property. This means a “government to government” collaboration throughout the entire project.Regarding the Dakota Access Pipeline, the Sioux were never afforded an opportunity to collaborate or participate in any way until after the route was modified to drill under Lake Oahe and destroy sacred sites. Furthermore, the tribe alleges that the Dakota Pipeline relied on a 1985 survey, not bothering to conduct a current examination of the area, which would have indicated important artifacts and sites were present. And less than 24 hours after evidence of new sites were provided to the court, the company began construction on these same sites, perhaps destroying many of them forever.An injunction is sought when seeking to preserve the status quo during trial. Altering the status quo while a trial is underway thwarts the federal rule of law. This behavior by the pipeline company is so outrageous that it is likely without precedent.I do not claim to be an expert on the issues present at Standing Rock. Based on what I have seen on the news from North Dakota, I am confused. Farmers in Grand Lake St. Marys and other compromised watersheds must comply with extremely stringent rules when applying manure or chemical fertilizers. Yet Dakota Access requested and the Army Corp of Engineers dared to consider permitting a pipeline underneath a man made reservoir, when studies indicate the issue is not if a spill occurs, but when. Do big companies get to play by different rules?Imagine the consequences a farmer would face if he planted land that was awaiting determination as a wetland? He would lose all government payments and face extensive fines. Apparently consequences do not deter big business. How does a judge even sanction a company that defies an injunction and destroys sacred sites and artifacts that cannot be replaced or repaired? Likely a company bean counter has already calculated the potential cost of fines and merely included it in the project cost.Regardless of your position on the Standing Rock protest, agriculture could learn from the actions of the Native Americans. Over 280 different tribes and thousands of members joined in the effort to protest at Standing Rock that has been ongoing for over eight months. It is the largest gathering of Native Americans in a century. In addition, 3,000 army veterans joined in and sought to protect the Native Americans from violent acts and support their First Amendment right to free speech. Agriculture is so fractured, divided by commodity, grain or livestock, organic or traditional, commercial or small, region versus region. If agriculture could similarly unite, the resulting political clout would result in policy and prices beneficial to all farmers.
Indian archer Jayanta Talukdar got a 0-6 hammering from America’s Jacob Wukie in the opening men’s individual elimination round at the London Olympics on Tuesday.The archers’ ordinary show at the Olympics continued with Jayanta being outplayed by a superior opponent at Lord’s. The American shot six ten pointers in the maximum nine arrows while Jayanta was able to hit the bulls-eye just once.The writing was on the wall in the first set in which Jayanta shot a five before losing it 22-27. Jayanta’s teammate Rahul Banerjee and Tarundeep Rai play their individual matches later in the day.They bowed out of the team event after losing their opening eliminator to Japan.
The senior cricketer said that the team will use its The senior cricketer said that the team will use its experience of playing in India, including in IPL, to defend the World T20 title.”We came here to win the World Cup. We have come to play good cricket, starting from tomorrow (when Sri Lanka take on New Zealand in a warm up match at the Wankhede Stadium here). We have a lot of experience (playing in India), playing in IPL and other tournaments as well.”Just before this World (T20) Cup we played three T20s against India which is good for the youngsters who are coming for the first or second time. We know how to adjust to wickets, conditions,” he added.On his former captain and teammate Mahela Jayawardanes new role as Englands batting coach he said, “This is not the first time (such a thing is happening). (Chaminda) Vaas is coaching Bangladesh. That is the part of their life. I dont think anything for us.” On the chances of him bowling off breaks in the tournament, he said he will try and bowl three overs after discussing with captain Angelo Mathews.”Then the team can have more balance,” he said. PTI NRB SSR RSY CM CM
A fundraising effort is starting to help repair the flood damaged community center in Hartley, Iowa.The Native Fund, an Iowa nonprofit founded by two Iowa natives, actor Ashton Kutcher, and former NFL and Iowa Hawkeye Tight End Dallas Clark has issued a challenge to raise $26,500 to repair the flood damage sustained last summer at the Community Center.The Native Fund will make a dollar-for-dollar matching contribution, which will allow for a complete renovation of the Community Center’s badly flood-damaged flooring.To date, the O’Brien County Community Foundation has committed $10,000 from their endowment toward the Hartley Center project.A murder mystery fundraising event will be held on March 30th in Hartley to raise additional funds.The Hartley Community Foundation and O’Brien County Community Foundation are both affiliates of the Siouxland Community Foundation.Accordingly, The Siouxland Community Foundation has established a temporary fund to track local contributions.If you wish to donate, please mail a check with “The Native Fund Matching Project” in the memo line to the Siouxland Community Foundation at:The Native Fund Matching Projectc/o Siouxland Community Foundation505 5th Street, Suite 412Sioux City, IA 51101
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