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Xfinity Monday Live May 16Colorado Avalanche analyst and former Avs player Mark Rycroft joined Michael Spencer for Xfinity Monday Live to preview Avs’ next streak with the St. Louis Blues.

Hanging Lake Trail nears reopening after landslides and fire damageOfficials from the US Forest Service and the City of Glenwood Springs are preparing to show off part of the hugely popular Hanging Lake Trail.

Bonnie Brae in Denver reopens indoor loungeBonnie Brae Ice Cream has reopened her indoor salon in Denver.

Neighbors along the W line worry about drugs and crimeDrone video showing the RTD W light rail station on Knox Court shows groups gathering, some not waiting for a train at all. Neighbors say drugs, including fentanyl, are rampant.

Gasoline prices will continue to rise this summerWe have reached a milestone in Colorado and across the country. Gasoline prices continue to climb, hitting a new high on Monday and are not expected to come down for some time.

Severe cooling and humid weather this weekWatch Lauren Whitney’s predictions

Colorado Children’s Hospital continues to push to invest in mental health as younger generation strugglesA year ago, Colorado Children’s Hospital declared a state of youth mental health emergency.

Coloradan in space: Jessica Watkins speaks with Fairview high school students from the International Space StationColorado astronaut Jessica Watkins made history last month when she became the first black woman to take part in a long-duration space mission.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy addresses students at CU BoulderStudents at the University of Colorado Boulder had the chance to hear Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy speak virtually amid his country’s war.

Teller County wildfire reaches over 1,500 acresA wildfire west of Cripple Creek in Teller County has spread to more than 1,500 acres.

Arapahoe County social worker charged with making false allegations against council memberRobin Niceta, a former Arapahoe County social worker, was charged Monday morning with retaliating against an elected official, a Class 6 felony, and making a false report, a misdemeanor.

Aurora launches grant program to help small businesses and nonprofits improve securityAs of Monday, $3 million is available for Aurora businesses.

‘Becoming very desperate’: Parents who rely on food banks struggle to find formulaAs a nationwide shortage of infant formula continues to affect young parents in Colorado, the problem has now begun to reach crisis levels.

Boulder City Council plans to reinstate assault weapons banBoulder City Council is considering reinstating its ban on assault weapons.

Debris floating on the Poudre River closes part of the Poudre River Whitewater ParkThe Poudre River Whitewater Park is expected to be closed for a few days to allow crews to clear some debris from the Cache la Poudre River.

Monday, May 16 CBS News Colorado Daily SportslineMichael Spencer watches the Avs-Blues series and gives you his best bet for the series.

Avs Get Ready for the Series with BluesColorado Hockey Now’s Michael Spencer and Adrian Dater discuss the upcoming series between the Avs and Blues and whether or not Colorado rested too much after sweeping the Predators in the first round.

3 injured in overnight crash on 6th Avenue near WadsworthThree people were rushed to hospital after a crash involving three vehicles.

Illegal Campfire Spreads in Pike National ForestA Timberline Fire Protection District crew was the first on the scene of an illegal campfire that spiraled out of control over the weekend.

Teller County wildfire reaches over 1,500 acresA wildfire west of Cripple Creek in Teller County has spread to more than 1,500 acres.

Aurora launches grant program to help small businesses and nonprofits improve securityAs of Monday, $3 million is available for Aurora businesses.

Isolated thunderstorms at the end of the dayWatch the forecast from meteorologist Ashton Altieri.

DNA tests identify remains found in Colorado in 1994 as Susan HoppesA woman whose remains were found in Colorado’s Upper County has been known simply as “Windy Point Jane Doe” for nearly 30 years.

Teller County wildfire reaches over 1,500 acresA wildfire in Teller County has spread to more than 1,500 acres.

Andrew Symonds: Former Australian all-rounder dies aged 46 | Cricket News Sun, 15 May 2022 08:48:45 +0000

Symonds played 26 Tests for Australia between 2004 and 2008, as well as 198 ODIs.

Last update: 05/15/22 09:30

Former Australian all-rounder Andrew Symonds has died aged 46

Former Australian all-rounder Andrew Symonds has died aged 46.

Initial police reports said Symonds died in a single car crash near Townsville, Queensland, where he lived after retiring.

In a statement, Queensland Police said: “Police are investigating a single vehicle crash in Hervey Range, approximately 50 miles from Townsville, which has claimed the life of a 46-year-old man.

“Initial reports indicate that shortly after 11 p.m. the car was traveling on Hervey Range Road near Alice River Bridge when it left the carriageway and rolled over.

“Emergency services attempted to revive the 46-year-old driver and sole occupant, but he died of his injuries.”

Following news of the death of former Australian all-rounder Andrew Symonds at the age of 46, Fox Sports News' Mark Cunningham said the cricketer community was in shock.

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Following news of the death of former Australian all-rounder Andrew Symonds at the age of 46, Fox Sports News’ Mark Cunningham said the cricketer community was in shock.

Following news of the death of former Australian all-rounder Andrew Symonds at the age of 46, Fox Sports News’ Mark Cunningham said the cricketer community was in shock.

Her family released a statement confirming the tragic news and asked for confidentiality.

Symonds becomes the third Australian cricketing legend to die this year, following Rod Marsh and Shane Warne, who both suffered suspected heart attacks.

Taylor: tragic day for cricket

Australian cricketing legends Mark Taylor and Adam Gilchrist led the tributes to Symonds, with Taylor calling it “another tragic day for cricket”.

“I actually can’t believe it, to be honest,” the former Cricket Australia (CA) batsman and manager told the The wide world of sports from Nine Network on Sunday.

Speaking about Symonds’ legacy as a cricketer, Taylor said he was an “artist with the bat” and a “big guy” on the pitch.

“He just wanted to entertain…He wanted to go out and have fun…That’s how he lived his life,” he added.

Affectionately known as ‘Roy’, Symonds played 26 Tests and 212 limited Internationals for his country and was most notable for his ferocious strikes in the middle order.

Gilchrist reacted with the same shock and sadness, tweeting a number of crying and heartbreaking emojis followed by “it really hurts”. In a later tweet, he wrote, “Think of your most loyal, funniest, most loving friend who would do anything for you. It’s Roy.”

Former England Test captain Michael Vaughan also paid tribute, simply tweeting: “Simmo.. This doesn’t seem real… #RIP” along with a love heart emoji.

In a statement, AC chairman Lachlan Henderson said Australian cricket had “lost another of its best”. He said: “Andrew was a generational talent who was instrumental in Australia’s success at World Cups and as part of Queensland’s rich cricketing history.

“He was a cult figure to many who was cherished by his fans and friends. On behalf of Australian cricket, our deepest condolences go out to Andrew’s family, team-mates and friends.”

CA chief executive Nick Hockley called Symonds “a prodigious talent from an early age in Queensland with his ability to hit the ball clean, shrewd throwing and brilliant field play”.

“Symonds had an incredible cricketing intellect”

Matt Cunningham, Fox Sports News correspondent

“Andrew Symonds is remembered as a true character in Australian cricket. He loved to play the game, but also enjoyed doing other things like fishing, hunting and hiking. He was a real asset to the dressing room.

“He entered the one day international team in 1998, he was born in England [Birmingham]but Australia convinced him to play for his adopted country.

“He had kind of a patchy career until 2003, coming into the World Cup in South Africa – in fact there were question marks over his position in that Australian team – but he certainly answered to all the criticism there might have been with a fabulous unbeaten 143 in their first clash against Pakistan which put them on the path to being the unbeaten world champions.

Symonds celebrates a stunning centenary against England in the Boxing Day Test at the MCG in 2006

Symonds celebrates a stunning centenary against England in the Boxing Day Test at the MCG in 2006

“He made his Test debut a year later and then two years later in 2006 he had a memorable first Test century at the MCG in the Boxing Day Test against England.

“But his career has not been without controversy either. In Darwin in 2008 during a series against Bangladesh, Symonds skipped training under Michael Clarke to go fishing instead. walked out of the team for a while and it was probably the beginning of the end of his international career.

“His wife Laura described him as a really laid back character, but also quite shy.

“She said he didn’t go to college and he always thought people thought he wasn’t that bright. It was unfair because he really had an incredible intellect of cricket – what we saw on the cover of Fox here in Australia. He clearly knew the game inside out.”

Rowing teams will participate in the championships Fri, 13 May 2022 17:54:43 +0000

PENNSAUKEN, NJ/WORCESTER, Mass.—Columbia’s three rowing teams are in action this weekend as the Lions women’s rowing team competes in the Ivy League Championship on Sunday, while the No. 17-ranked heavyweights and lightweights ranked No. 9 will compete Sunday at the Intercollegiate Rowing Association EARC Eastern Rowing Championships.

The women’s team will compete in the 2022 Ivy League Championship, which will be held at Cooper River Park in Pennsauken, NJ. The event begins Sunday at 8 a.m. with time trials starting at 8 a.m. and finals starting at 2 p.m. A full matchday page with the schedule and other event information is available at this link. Live results are available at this link. The championship will be broadcast live on ESPN+ at this link. Cooper River Park has been the site of the Ivy League Championship since 2002. For more information on Cooper River Park, Click here. Parking is available on the street or in designated lots along the river.

Four of the eight Ivy League women’s rowing teams are ranked in the Pocock CRCA Poll (May 11, 2022). Yale No. 3, Princeton No. 4, Brown No. 5, Penn No. 8 are all ranked in the top 20, while Harvard (six points), Cornell (one point) and Columbia (one point) all receive votes.

Columbia’s No. 17-ranked heavyweights and No. 9-ranked lightweights will compete in the 2022 EARC East Annual Championships, which take place Sunday at Quinsigamond Lake in Worcester, Mass. Heats will be played from 8 a.m. to 11:15 a.m., while the finals will be played from 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fans can access the live video stream on this linkwhile live results and a calendar of events are displayed on this link. A training day is scheduled for Saturday.

The Heavyweight Lions will face teams from Boston U., Brown, Cornell, Dartmouth, Georgetown, Harvard, Holy Cross, Navy, Northeastern, Penn, Princeton, Syracuse, Wisconsin and Yale. The lightweights will face boats from Cornell, Dartmouth, Georgetown, Harvard, Navy, Penn, Princeton and Yale.

According to the posted schedule, the Columbia heavyweights will send a first Varsity 8 boat and a second Varsity 8 boat. On the lightweight side, the Lions are expected to compete in the First Varsity 8, Second Varsity 8, Third Varsity 8 and Varsity Four races.

For the Ivy League Women’s Championship | Sunday May 15, 2022 | Pennsauken, New Jersey | Cooper River Park

To be determined

For Eastern Sprints | Sunday May 15, 2022 | Worcester, Massachusetts | Quinsigamond Lake

First university 8+
Coxswain: Rasa Audejaitis; Caress: neil kennedy; 7: John Theodore; 6: ryan lee; 5: Michael Lee; 4: Anthony Rosteck; 3: Henri Quinn-Pasin; 2: Clay Watson; Bow: Olivier Babb

Second university 8+
Coxswain: Isabelle Guerrero; Caress: Jean Stankard; 7: Milo Walshe; 6: Robert Doyle; 5: Ryan Hardenbrook; 4: Archer Staunton; 3: Kevin Kerney; 2: Ezekiel Johnson; Bow: Dylan Rose

For Eastern Sprints | Sunday May 15, 2022 | Worcester, Massachusetts | Quinsigamond Lake

To be determined

Pro Golf Returns to Castle Pines – Colorado News, Weather & Sports Wed, 11 May 2022 23:31:02 +0000

Car thefts at Denver Strand International Airport some travelers from afarTheft remains a problem at the airport.

Time is running out for Colorado plan for bill to address fentanyl crisisThe Colorado House and Senate passed different versions of the bill.

Learn how recent dust storms have changed Colorado’s snowpackIf you’ve been in the mountains lately, especially at elevations above 9,500 feet with a snowpack, you may have noticed that the snow looks dirty.

Toxic ‘forever chemicals’ will be banned from some consumer products sold in Colorado, after bill passes legislatureA bill restricting the sale of consumer products containing PFAS, commonly referred to as “chemicals forever,” has passed both the Colorado House and Senate and is on its way to the governor’s desk to become law. .

Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ Jeff Hovorka receives Touring Broadway AwardThe League Awards have been announced and an executive from the Denver Center For The Performing Arts has won a prestigious Touring Broadway Award.

More wind but cooler temperaturesWatch Lauren Whitney’s predictions

Families wonder what’s next after state school board revokes Adams-14 school district’s accreditationThis is the first time that the state has had to dissolve a neighborhood and restructure it.

Colorado bakery owner braces for another spike in wheat pricesBakeries are bracing for another punch, as wheat and flour are expected to climb another 35% this summer.

Colorado Legislation is still working on a new fentanyl billThe House and Senate passed different versions of the same bill, if they can’t rectify the differences, the bill dies.

‘Mayor of Pickleball’ Arslan Guney Reaches Settlement With Denver, Avoids Criminal ChargesThe 71-year-old who used a permanent marker to mark pickleball boundaries on the floor of a Denver recreation center has reached a resolution with the city.

Pro Golf returns to Castle PinesThe Western Golf Association and Castle Pines Golf Club announced Wednesday morning that the 2024 BMW Championship will be played at Castle Pines.

1 dead in single-engine plane crash near Rocky Mountain Metropolitan AirportOne person has been confirmed dead in the plane crash that occurred near Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport in Broomfield.

Frederick police investigate shooting after death of 3-year-old childFrederick police are investigating a shooting that left a 3-year-old child dead. Officers rushed to the home at 6823 2nd Street in Frederick on Sunday morning.

Overcoming the stigma faced by working mothersOnly 75% of women who have children return to work. And about 40% of these women end up leaving the labor market.

Plane crashes near Rocky Mountain Metropolitan AirportFirst responders investigate a plane crash that occurred near Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport in Broomfield.

A new neonatal intensive care unit has opened at Good Samaritan in LafayetteThe unit increases the number of beds and offers private rooms.

Dry, hot and windy = critical fire dangerWatch the forecast from meteorologist Ashton Altieri.

DaVita teams up with The Park People, Arbor Foundation to plant treesWednesday was the perfect day to plant trees as DaVita joined groups The Park People and Arbor Foundation.

Remembering Dixie van de Flier DavisDixie van de Flier Davis is remembered for founding Raise the Future in 1983 and her commitment to the importance of finding homes for children.

Smoke from New Mexico wildfires could directly impact air quality in ColoradoAs the combined Calf Canyon and Hermits Peak fires continue to burn, winds could bring smoke into Colorado.

Sniper training underway at Folsom Field to prepare for possible stadium emergenciesFolsom Field in Boulder is the location for three days of sniper training.

‘Mayor of Pickleball’ Arslan Guney Reaches Settlement With Denver, Avoids Criminal ChargesThe 71-year-old who used a permanent marker to mark pickleball boundaries on the floor of a Denver recreation center has reached a resolution with the city.

Consumer Report: Colorado Home Buying Process Is Improving, But It’s Never Been More ExpensiveThe latest data shows another hurdle for many Colorado housing markets.

Cannabis sales down from 2021Cannabis sales in Colorado are down from 2021.

‘My body is like an old machine’ – Rafael Nadal laments ‘all the problems’ ahead of Italian Open campaign Tue, 10 May 2022 10:31:00 +0000

Rafael Nadal lamented ‘all the problems I encountered in my career’ as he tried to catch up at the Italian Open.

The Australian Open champion has suffered a string of injuries since his momentous triumph at Melbourne Park and is preparing for the French Open in Paris later this month.

The 35-year-old, who has 21 Grand Slam singles titles to his name, is through to the round of 16 on Wednesday in Rome after being seeded number three for the clay-court event.

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Speaking ahead of his tilt to glory at the ATP Masters event, Nadal lamented that “my body is like an old machine” after comparing himself to fellow youngster Carlos Alcaraz, saying “a new car always looks better”.

“When you’re six weeks without touching a racquet and you have the ability to move your body…my body is like an old machine. To get that machine working again, it takes time,” Nadal told reporters during of the event.

“It’s not the same at 19 as it was at almost 36, with all the problems I’ve been through in my career.

“You have to rebuild the confidence, your movements, and then you start to feel comfortable with your tennis.

“It’s more about being confident with my movements, recovering speed, finding the way I need to play on clay and let’s see.

“I’m confident that I can play well. I need time, but maybe this week can be a positive week, maybe not. Who knows?”

Highlights: Alcaraz overcomes injury scare to stun Nadal at Madrid Open

Nadal lost to arch-rival Novak Djokovic at Roland Garros in a classic semi-final clash last year, but he is determined to be fully prepared for his favorite event, which begins on May 22.

“That’s my goal…I haven’t had another chance to go into this clay-court season with the things that I’ve been through,” he said.

“I’ll give myself a chance and we’ll see what happens.”

Speaking about Alcaraz earlier at the event, Nadal said: “Firstly, I think he’s young, he’s new and all the new things are much more interesting than the old ones.

“Without a doubt, when you see a new car, it always looks better,” he said of his compatriot.

“When you see a new phone, it always looks better than the old ones.

“So, it’s something normal in this life. I can’t complain about it at all. At the same time, I’m happy that someone like him from my country achieves everything he achieves.”

Nadal ‘pushed his body too much’ – Wilander after Spaniard’s latest injury

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Stream the French Open 2022 live and on demand on discovery+

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Corretja thrilled with ‘perfect’ Alcaraz progress after Madrid win


2022 NASCAR Darlington odds, start time, TV channel: Surprising Goodyear 400 model picks, predictions Sun, 08 May 2022 18:29:13 +0000

Darlington Raceway has been a staple of the NASCAR Cup Series calendar since 1950. However, NASCAR drivers will have to make adjustments when they first take to the iconic site in the “Next-Gen” car at the 2022 Goodyear 400 on Sunday. . . The redesigned car produced nine different winners through 11 races entering NASCAR Darlington, but Hendrick Motorsports placed all four drivers in victory lane for five total wins. The NASCAR Darlington 2022 green flag drops at 3:30 p.m. ET on FS1 (stream now on FuboTV).

Kyle Larson is the last of the Hendrick drivers in the NASCAR standings, but the defending series champion is still the 4-1 favorite in Caesars Sportsbook’s 2022 Goodyear 400 odds. Chase Elliott is coming off his first win of the season last week and is 7-1, while William Byron (12-1) and Alex Bowman (15-1) are both 2022 NASCAR contenders at Darlington . Before you run through the 2022 Goodyear 400 starting lineup and make NASCAR Darlington 2022 predictions, be sure to check out the latest NASCAR 2022 picks at Darlington from SportsLine’s proven projection template.

Developed by Fantasy pro and SportsLine predictive data engineer Mike McClure, this proprietary NASCAR prediction model simulates each race 10,000 times, taking into account factors such as track history and recent results.

In the 2021 season, McClure nailed Martin Truex Jr. to win at Martinsville for a solid 3-1 win. Then he called Chase Elliott to win at Road America for a 5-2 payout. McClure’s model also called Larson’s win at Texas for an 11-4 payout and win at Kansas for a 9-4 payout in back-to-back weeks before nailing Larson to win the season finale in Phoenix for win the 2021 NASCAR Cup championship.

In total, he has won five of Larson’s wins in a historic season and also went 14-9 on his head-to-head matchup predictions to start the 2022 season. Earlier this season, he was important for Ross Chastain to win in Austin, which gave him a much better chance of winning than his 40-1 odds implied. Anyone who followed his example on these games saw huge returns on their NASCAR Picks.

Now the model has simulated NASCAR 2022 at Darlington 10,000 times. Head over to SportsLine to see the full projected 2022 Goodyear 400 standings..

Best Goodyear 400 Predictions 2022

A surprise: The model is high on Kevin Harvick, even though he is a 15-1 long shot in the final NASCAR 2022 at Darlington. He is a target for anyone looking for a huge salary. Harvick hopes his experience at Darlington can help revive his team’s season and end a 54-race winless drought.

Harvick is a 58-time NASCAR Cup Series winner (10th all-time) with a trio of victories at Darlington Raceway. He won two of three races at Darlington when NASCAR returned to action after the coronavirus shutdown in 2020 and hasn’t finished outside the top 10 at “The Lady in Black” since 2012. He has led the minus 10 laps in nine of his last 10 starts there and it’s a safe bet he will work his way to the front on Sunday, according to the model.

And a huge shocker: Chase Elliott, one of the Vegas favorites at 7-1, stumbles a lot and barely cracks the top 10. There are much better values ​​in the 2022 Goodyear 400 starting grid. Elliott had led the NASCAR standings for most of the season and finally picked up a win last week at Dover to extend its lead to 50 points over Ryan Blaney.

However, Darlington Raceway has presented challenges to Elliott throughout his NASCAR Cup Series career, especially lately. Elliott has finished 20th or worse in three of his last four starts at Darlington and he’s finished outside the top 10 in six of his 10 career starts there while only leading laps in three of those races.

How to Make NASCAR Darlington 2022 Picks

The model is also targeting two other drivers with 2022 NASCAR odds at Darlington of 15-1 or higher to make a serious run at the checkered flag. Anyone who backs these drivers could hit it big. You can see all of the model’s NASCAR picks on SportsLine.

So who wins the 2022 Goodyear 400? And what long shots make a race at the checkered flag? Check out the latest 2022 NASCAR odds at Darlington below, then visit SportsLine now to see the full predicted 2022 Goodyear 400 standings, all from the model that correctly predicted five of Kyle Larson’s wins last season.

2022 Goodyear 400 Odds

Kyle Larson 4-1
Martin Truex Jr. 6-1
Denny Hamlin 7-1
Chase Elliott 7-1
Kyle Busch 17-2
Ross Chestnut 10-1
William Byron 12-1
Ryan Blaney 12-1
Joey Logan 15-1
Kevin Harvick 15-1
Alex Bowman 15-1
Tyler Red Dick 22-1
Kurt Busch 30-1
Christopher Bell 30-1
Daniel Suarez 40-1
Chase Briscoe 40-1
Erik Jones 50-1
Austin Cindric 50-1
Brad Keselowski 60-1
Austin Dillon 60-1
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 100-1
Daniel Hemric 100-1
Aric Almirola 100-1
Bubba Wallace 125-1
Chris Buescher 125-1
Cole Custer 125-1
Justin Haley 150-1
Harrison Burton 500-1
Ty Dillon 500-1
Corey Lajoie 1000-1
Michael McDowell 1000-1
Todd Gilliland 1000-1
JJ Yeley 5000-1
Cody Ware 5000-1
Josh Bilicki 5000-1
BJ McLeod 5000-1

156 Named to the UAA Spring Academic Team Fri, 06 May 2022 18:19:07 +0000

Rochester, NY –Washington University in St. Louis had 156 student-athletes named to the 2022 University Athletic Association (UAA) Spring Varsity Team, the association recently announced. The Bears led the way academically in the SAU during all three seasons – fall, winter and spring.

To earn a spot on the All-Academic Team, a student-athlete must have completed a full year of college at their current institution and have a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.3. This spring, a total of 705 student-athletes received All-Academic honors, representing approximately 79% of the total eligible UAA student-athletes.

WashU’s 156 student-athletes are the highest in the conference this spring, followed by Emory with 102. The Bears led the UAA in softball (13), women’s track and field (54) and men’s track and field (51) .

Baseball – 17

Bo Anderson

Matt Bauer

Kaden Bernhard

Kyle Coats

Magnus Dunn

joseph george

Hunter Goldberg

Joseph Hettinger

Andrew Huang

Zac Malis

Harry Mauterer

Clayton Miller

Broghan O’Connor

Austin Sachen

Zac Styka

Tim Van Kirk

Women’s Golf – 5

Gwynnie Lee

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Caroline Oakley

Emmy Sammons

Christine Wilson

Softball – 13

Eimear Cunningham

Madison Denton

Kirsten Drabek

Katie Gould

Nicole Hay

Payton Irwin

Ashley Kennedy

Kayla Nommensen

Alex Rubin

holly stoner

Emilie Talkow

Emma Urban

Tami Wong

Women’s tennis – 7

Karen Gao

Sophie Huynh

Hannah Johnston

Catherine Johnson

Nathalie Muldowney

Anke Patel

Divya Sharma

Tennis Men – 9

Lucas Guy

Sam Komis

Daniel Li

Henry Ohl

Jeremy Ouyang

Jared Phillips

Gaurav Singh

James Shaheen

Luke Smith

Women’s Athletics – 54

Alexa Claire Anderson

Alexandra Blake

Grace Bristow

Laura Buccieri

Jordyn Bunning

Tiffany Chen

Myca clay

Anna Curtis

Kristina Dalton

Kaitlin Day

Zarya de Souza

Emilie Dewolf

Raphaelle Diamond

Catherine Dudley

Aiofe Dunne

Riley Endries

Ava Forman

Sophie Fox

Marlee Fradkin

Lilli Greiner

Alicia Gupte

Lauren Hamilton

Anna Karner

Amanda Katz

Emma Kelly

Casey Kohlstruk

Emilie Konkus

Meredith Lang

Catherine Leighty

Rebecca Lim

Isabelle Llevat

Aryn Lyke

Avery McCammon

Madelyn Moenickheim

Maggie Noah

Ebunoluwa Opata

Lindsay Ott

Gemma pleads

Sejal Rajamani

Alicia Reka

Charis Riebe

Carmen Rottinghaus

Elizabeth Saliba

Ally Sarousse

Aliya Schenk

Olivia Stevermer

Krista Sudar

Beccar Tartare

Helena Teixeira-Da Silva

Margaux Thigpen

Zi’Onay Walker

Emma Walter

Abbie Wood

Sophie Young

Men’s Athletics – 51

Gio Alfred

Melvin Aninagye Bonsu

Abayomi Awoyomi

Micah Benson

Pratyay Bishnupuri

Nolen Bowerman

Nick Brdicko

Jeff Candell

Cullen Capuano

Tucker Cera

Nikos Claman

Alex Cobin

jackson cox

Neil Cumberland

Karsin Dass

Seif Elkhashab

Alexander Evans

Ben Gasper

Henry Greenfield

Max Hanley

Jack Harris

Jared Harrison

Will Houser

Matt Joachim

Solomon Kang

Matt Kusac

Grant Lane

Andre LaPoint

Guillaume Lay

Michael Ly

Tommaso Maiocco

Jack Maranz

James McCutcheon

Matt Moore

Arun Movva

Patrick Norrick

Kyle Puckett

Jacob Riderhoff

Connor Rutledge

Rishi Sharma

Drew Sidamon-Eristoff

Joseph Silagi

Aidan Smith

Michael Snyder

Eli Ten Eyck

Jean Harry Wagner

Andrew Whitaker

Marcus Jay Wilkes

Samuel Winiarsky

Mason Wong

Connor Wright

Jet Sports Training Male Athlete of the Month: Derrick Vargas of Cienega Wed, 04 May 2022 05:41:05 +0000
Derrick Vargas is one of the best players in the country in hitting percentage (Andy Morales/

Cienega is 26-4 and is ranked No. 1 in 5A men’s volleyball in the state entering the playoffs and senior outside hitter/center tackle Derrick Vargas is a big reason for the Bobcats’ dominance.

Vargas, 6-foot-5, is ranked No. 17 nationally in hit percentage at .444, according to MaxPreps, and he leads the Bobcats in kills (224) and kills per set (3.0).

Cienega was undefeated (8-0) in their 5A South matches in April with Vargas one of the captains.

Also during the month, he recorded hitting percentages of .600 against Sabino, .700 against Williams Field, and .455 against Ironwood Ridge and Catalina Foothills. He also averaged 3.1 kills per set.

His dominance in April for the top 5A team in the state earned him Jet Sports Training Male Athlete of the Month honors.


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Javier Morales, publisher, writer and editor of, is a former Arizona Press Club award winner. He is a former Arizona Daily Star reporter for the Arizona basketball team, including when the Wildcats won the 1996-97 NCAA title. He has also written for, Bleacher Report, Lindy’s Sports,, The Arizona Republic, Sporting News, and Baseball America, among many other publications. He is also the author of the book “The Highest Life Form”, which is available on Amazon. He became an educator five years ago and is currently a special education teacher at Gallego Fine Arts Intermediate in the Sunnyside Unified School District.

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Record shooter Winters set to join the chants Mon, 02 May 2022 14:38:23 +0000

CONWAY, South Carolina – shooting guard Carly Winters of Young Harris College will join Coastal Carolina women’s basketball team for 2022-23 season, head coach says Kevin Pederson announcement.

The 5’7″ fullback played three seasons at Young Harris where she became the all-time three-point shooter in program history with 185 three-point field goals. Winters only needed only 66 games to set the new benchmark for a long time – ranged shooters for the Mountain Lions.

“We are very happy to see Carly in Teal & Bronze! She gives us a top shooter with a lot of game experience and great range,” Pederson said. “She’s a hard worker with a high basketball IQ. I think she’ll be a great addition to our growing Coastal family.”

The Gainesville, Georgia native was second on the team in scoring last season, averaging 11.8 points with a career-high 28 points against Shorter on Nov. 23, 2021. The Sharpshooter at long-range finished fifth in the Peach Belt Conference with a .346 three-point field goal percentage and led the league with 2.9 three-pointers per game.

Throughout his time at Young Harris College, Winters averaged 11.4 points per game while shooting .367 from three-point range. The shooter also grabbed 3.41 rebounds per game while assisting her teammates 113 times

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Three Gophers Hear Named Called on Day 3 of NFL Draft Sat, 30 Apr 2022 22:52:30 +0000

Minnesota has now had 12 players drafted in the past four years

Trevor Ruszkowski – USA TODAY Sports

Soccer | 30/04/2022 11:31:00

Three more Golden Gophers had their names called out today during the 2022 NFL Draft, as Daniel Faalele, Esezi Otomewo and Ko Kieft all had their dreams turned into reality.

Faalele was the first off the board as the Baltimore Ravens took him in the fourth round with the No. 110 pick. Faalele is Gopher’s first offensive lineman to be drafted since 2006, when Greg Eslinger and Mark Setterstrom were selected.

Faalele will reunite with former Gopher teammate wide receiver Rashod Bateman, whom the Ravens won in the first round in 2021. Faalele, who was named All-Big Ten First Team, started 31 of 34 career games at right tackle for the Gophers and Minnesota were 23-11 in games he appeared in.

The Minnesota Vikings selected Otomewo in the fifth round with the No. 165 pick. Otomewo, who was named an All-Big Ten Honorable Mention in 2021, has started 20 of 46 career games and has 81 tackles, 13.5 tackles for loss and 7.5 bags. Otomewo is the first Gopher to be selected by the Vikings since 2010, when the purple and gold took linebacker Nate Triplett in the fifth round.

The next gopher off the board was Kieft, as the tight end was taken by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the sixth round with the No. 218 overall pick. Kieft, who was named an All-Big Ten Honorable Mention in 2021, played in 49 career games and caught 12 passes for 166 yards and two touchdowns. He was also a dominant tackler for some of the most effective offenses in Minnesota history. Kieft will join former teammates and Super Bowl champions Antoine Winfield Jr. and Tyler Johnson in Tampa Bay.

Seattle Seahawks drafted Boye Mafe with in the second round with the No. 40 pick on Friday and Minnesota now has 12 players selected in four years (2019-22). It’s the most selections in school history since the draft was reduced to seven rounds in 1994. Minnesota’s previous best in four years was from 1988 to 1991, when it had 14 players selected in 12-round drafts.