Written by April 28, 2018 /Sports News – Local Beaver Boys Do Well At Cedar Invitational, Placing Fifth Brad James FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailCEDAR CITY, Utah-Saturday, as the Cedar Invitational drew to a close, the Beaver Beavers repped the Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network well, placing fifth overall in the standings, despite competing against many 4- A and 3-A teams.The Beavers posted 51 points, while Canyon View took the tournament title with 92 points and Milford placed a respectable 8th overall, with 36 points.For the girls, Box Elder won the title with 122 points, edging the host Cedar Lady Reds, who had 120 points. Beaver placed ninth overall for the girls with 23 points.In the boys’ 110-meter hurdles, Milford’s Colton Pomerinke finished 7th overall in a time of 19.06 seconds and Beaver’s Brooklyn Crum finished 7th in the girls’ 100-meter dash, running it in 14.31 seconds.Valley’s Cameron Franklin finished fifth in the boys’ 100-meter dash and fourth in the 400-meter dash while Milford’s girls finished fourth in the 4 x 100 relay in a time of 53.85 seconds. This team consisted of Madysen Griffiths, Jaycee Rose, Joesi Rowley and Kinsey Williams for the Tigers.The Milford boys also excelled in the 4 x 100 relay, posting second in a time of 46.19 seconds. This team consisted of Bret Beebe, Colton Pomerinke, Jake Hardy and Gaige Hardy. Jake Hardy also placed sixth in the boys’ 300-meter hurdles.Beaver’s Samantha Williams won the girls’ 800-meter run in 2:26.94 and Milford’s Kinley Spaulding placed fourth.Beaver’s boys also excelled in the 800-meter run with Caysen Crum finishing second (2:09.23) and Spencer Williams placing seventh (2:16.17) overall.The boys’ 4 x 400 relay saw Milford place third and Beaver finish fifth overall.In the girls’ shot put, Escalante’s Bobbie Griffin placed fourth with a toss of 32-10 feet for the Moquis.Beaver’s Austin Carter ensued in his magnificence, winning the discus title with a toss of 168 feet and Colton Pomerinke of Milford placed seventh in the high jump with a leap of 5 feet 8 inches. Tags: Beaver/Cedar/Escalante/Milford/Valley
While STS9 is known for their unique jamtronica fusion sound, the band occasionally steps outside of their box by performing what they call an “Axe The Cables” set. For their second night at Electric Forest last weekend, STS9 decided to unplug and treat fans to an acoustic performance.The show featured a number of STS9 classics with new instrumentation, including opener “Love Don’t Terrorize,” “Aimlessly” and more! They also worked in Herbie Hancock and Miles Davis into their set, making their Electric Forest show all the more special.Thanks to YouTube user Jimmy Klonowski, we have video footage of “Vapors” and Miles Davis’ “So What” into STS9’s “Call.” Check out the footage below!VaporsSo What > CallSetlist: STS9’s “Axe The Cables” at Electric Forest, Rothbury, MI – 6/25/16Love Don’t Terrorize*, Aimlessly*>> Rockit (Herbie Hancock)*>> Aimlessly, Surreality*>> EB*>> Orbital*, Vapors*, Call*>> So What (Miles Davis)*>> Call, Grow, Rent* – First time played axed[Setlist/Photo via The Church of STS9]
SUNNYVALE, Calif. (AP) – Police say a UPS worker suspected of threatening a mass shooting at the company’s facility in Silicon Valley has been arrested after investigators found numerous firearms and ammunition at his home.They began searching for 32-year-old Thomas Andrews Sunday night after someone reported he sent threatening text messages to his employer at the UPS facility in Sunnyvale. When officers spotted his car and tried to pull him over, Andrews led them on a brief pursuit before surrendering in San Jose. Detectives who searched Andrews’ apartment uncovered 20,000 rounds of ammunition, five tactical-style rifles, a shotgun, three handguns and body armor.
Dominic Otuchet, President of the Uganda Athletics Federation (UAF) told URN that the IAAF Diamond League races are helping the local runners prepare well ahead of the World Championships to take place in Doha, Qatar September 27th to October 6th.*****URNShare on: WhatsApp FILE PHOTO: Joshua Kiprui CheptegeiKampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Star athlete Joshua Kiprui Cheptegei will lead Uganda’s team of three at the IAAF Diamond League taking place in Oslo, Norway later tonight.Cheptegei, the 2018 Commonwealth Games double gold medal winner will compete in the 3000m race. After failing to win in the IAAF Diamond League in Shanghai last month, Cheptegei will be all out to try and win the race.He will however face tough competition from Kenya’s David Kiplagat and Ethiopia’s duo of Selemon Barega and Edris Muktar. Cheptegei started the season in style winning a gold medal at the 2019 World Cross Country Championships in Aarhus, Denmark in March this year.Peruth Chemutai who won two silver medals at the 2015 Youth Games in Samoa will compete in the 3000m steeplechase, while Halimah Nakaayi competes in the 800m.