Beau Lund Written by April 17, 2018 /Sports News – National Free agent wide receiver Dez Bryant suggests interest in playing for former division rival New York Giants FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailScott Clarke/ESPN Images(NEW YORK) — Former Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant expressed interest in continuing his career playing for a team in the NFC East division. One team that appeals to the former All-Pro: the New York Giants.Speaking with 247Sports.com, Bryant called the prospect of playing for the Giants “crazy,” pointing to the team’s talent on offense and defense:“The Giants got a helluva defense… They’re going to pay OBJ [Odell Beckham Jr.], so coming back. Playing with him, Sterling [Shepard] … the tight end [Evan Engram], [Eli] Manning? Crazy. … That’d be crazy.”Bryant also told 247Sports.com it would “be fun” to play for the Los Angeles Rams after they reached the playoffs last season for the first time in twelve seasons.Bryant was released by the Cowboys last week after playing eight season for the team. He was drafted by the Cowboys in 2010 and made three Pro Bowls during his time in Dallas.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Individually, Harris placed first leading five Wildcats as the top five finishers at the tournament. Bex Poulson was second with a 91, Natasha Oldroyd placed third with a 92, Ellie Hair took fourth with a 94 and Piper Harris placed fifth with a 95. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBaseball Region 15 Region 18 CASTLE DALE, Utah-Cade Brazier took the win on the mound as the Emery Spartans scored two runs in the 7th inning to outlast North Sanpete 3-2 Tuesday in game one of a doubleheader in Region 15 baseball action. Region 15 Non-Region 2-A Central Brad James STERLING, Utah-Hayden Harris led the way with a tournament winning 82 and the Richfield Wildcats won the Region 15 golf tournament at Palisade State Park Golf Course in Sterling Tuesday with a team score of 359. The Wildcats won by 78 strokes over second place Grand’s 437 score. Manti finished third on their home course, followed by Emery, South Sevier, North Sanpete and San Juan. FILLMORE, Utah-Janzen Keisel tripled and Braxon Sylvester and Parx Bartholomew added doubles as the Gunnison Bulldogs routed Millard 13-1 Tuesday in Region 15 baseball action. Dillon Lund doubled in defeat for the Eagles. MT. PLEASANT, Utah-Cameron Stotz, Juan Gonzalez and Nolan Ramirez each scored twice as the Grand Red Devils bested North Sanpete 6-2 in Region 15 boys soccer action Tuesday. Kyle Thornberry and Luis Alderate each scored in the loss for the Hawks. Region 14 GUNNISON, Utah-Paige King belted three doubles and the Gunnison Bulldogs pounded North Sevier 12-1 Tuesday in 2-A Central softball action. Kennedy Knudsen, Maddie Edwards and McKaylyn Edwards all added doubles in the win for Gunnison. Kamree Brunson tripled for the Wolves in the loss. CASTLE DALE, Utah-Emery scored six runs in the 6th inning, highlighted by doubles from Kyson Stilson and Brax Jensen to beat North Sanpete 7-5 in game two of a Region 15 doubleheader. David Serba hit a double and had two RBI in the loss for the Hawks. Written by 2-A Central CASTLE DALE, Utah-Ibraham Abdul-Hamid scored the sole goal of the game and Elias Morris posted the shutout as Emery blanked Manti 1-0 Tuesday in Region 15 boys soccer action. DELTA, Utah-Lincoln Labrum homered and doubled and the Union Cougars routed Delta 17-2 in the first game of a Region 14 doubleheader Tuesday. Kobe Gurr and Nate Foote added doubles for the Cougars, while Foote took the win on the mound for Union. Jake Jackson tripled and Ty Tolley added a double for the Rabbits. Tags: Manti Baseball/Peydon Wood/South Sevier Baseball/Trevor Trythall Region 14 Juab 15 Delta 1 MANTI, Utah-Tyra Hermansen homered and tripled and the Manti Templars routed South Sevier 18-3 in Region 15 softball action Tuesday. Brynlee Golding, Katie Larsen and Kiana Pogroszewski all added triples for Manti in the win. Lexie Alder added a double in victory for the Templars. RICHFIELD, Utah-Jaron Ross and Payson Reed each went yard as the Richfield Wildcats overpowered Enterprise 14-8 in non-region baseball action Tuesday. Emmitt Hafen doubled and tripled in the win for the Wildcats and Morgan Albrecht also doubled for Richfield. Region 15 NEPHI, Utah-Jakoby Kelley earned the win on the mound pitching six scoreless innings as the Juab Wasps beat American Leadership Academy 7-0 in Region 14 baseball action Tuesday. Raidyn Steele had 3 RBI in the win for the Wasps. HURRICANE, Utah-Mario Cannon found the net twice and the Millard Eagles smacked Diamond Ranch 4-0 Tuesday in Region 18 boys soccer action. Daniel Gomez and Jose Roman also scored for Millard. Wyatt Alcala posted the shutout for Millard. RICHFIELD, Utah-Jaume Llabres netted four goals as the Richfield Wildcats pounded South Sevier 6-1 in Region 15 boys soccer action Tuesday. Tyler Johnson added two more goals for the Wildcats. Brad Taylor found the net in the loss for the Rams. Girls Golf Region 15 MANTI, Utah-Trevor Trythall earned the win on the mound, netting 10 strikeouts and netting two hits at the plate as the Manti Templars outlasted South Sevier 3-2 in Region 15 baseball action Tuesday. Peydon Wood pitched a 3-hitter in a gallant losing effort for the Rams. This game was noteworthy for having zero extra base hits. Softball PRICE, Utah-Orlando Rodriguez found the net twice and Cesar Morales and Josh Mendez also scored as the Delta Rabbits blanked Carbon 4-0 Tuesday in Region 14 boys soccer action. Hayden Holt earned the shutout for the Rabbits. Boys Soccer March 19, 2019 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 3/19 GUNNISON, Utah-Bryan Ruiz scored two goals and the Gunnison Bulldogs bested Parowan 3-1 in Region 18 boys soccer action Tuesday. Carlos Adame also scored for Gunnison and Adam Edwards had the sole goal in defeat for the Rams. Region 14 DELTA, Utah-Zach Foote doubled and the Union Cougars completed a Region 14 doubleader sweep of Delta with a 5-4 win Tuesday. Easton Rohrer took the win on the mound for the Cougars. Jake Jackson doubled in the loss for the Rabbits.
April 15, 2019 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 4/13 Tags: Baseball/North Sanpete Hawks Robert Lovell Written by BLANDING, Utah-San Juan put up 3 runs in the 7th to come from behind to beat North Sanpete 5-4 and earn a split in the Region 15 doubleheader Saturday. Niel Brigss doubled in the loss and Hunter Price pitched well for 5 innings, giving up just 1 run, while striking out 9 batters in the loss. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBLANDING, Utah-North Sanpete scored 5 runs in the 7th to pull away from San Juan 8-2 in game one of a Region 15 doubleheader Saturday. Niel Briggs triple and Kylan Taylor doubled for the Hawks, while Gavin Robison pitched a complete game to earn the win on the mound.
Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailtechnotr/iStock(ATLANTA) — A University of Georgia track and field athlete was impaled by a javelin he fell onto during practice, according to reports.Freshman sprinter Elija Godwin backed into a javelin that was planted into the ground as he was doing backwards running drills on Tuesday afternoon, ABC Atlanta affiliate WSB-TV.The puncture wound was 5 to 6 inches deep, DawgNation reported, citing a police report. The javelin had been “left on the ground at an angle,” according to the site, which covers University of Georgia (UGA) athletics.The rear portion of the javelin is the side that pierced Godwin in the midle of his back, according to DawgNation.Doctors at the Piedmont Athens Regional Medical Center had to perform surgery to remove the javelin, which pierced Godwin’s lung, his mother, Ginger Luby, told WSB-TV. Doctors placed a camera in his body to make sure all of his other organs were functioning properly and discovered that his lung was the only organ that was hit, Luby said.Godwin is currently in stable condition at the hospital. Luby said she hopes he can run with the team again within the next few months.University of Georgia men’s track coach Petros Kyprianou told DawgNation that the team expects Godwin to have a “quick recovery.”UGA Director of Sports Ron Courson expressed appreciation to those of aided Elija “so quickly and efficiently” in a statement.“Special thanks to our sports medicine staff, UGA Police Department, Athens-Clarke County Fire-Rescue, National EMS, and Piedmont Athens Regional Medical Center,” Courson said.A spokeswoman for the University of Georgia did not immediately respond to ABC News’ request for comment.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund May 9, 2019 /Sports News – National University of Georgia sprinter impaled by javelin at practice: Reports
Fight week #KillaSeason — Abel Trujillo (@KillaTrujillo) December 12, 2017Trujillo was scheduled to fight in the main event of Battlefield FC 2 in Macau on July 27, The Sports Network reported.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. July 17, 2019 /Sports News – National Former UFC fighter Abel ‘Killa’ Trujillo arrested for alleged sexual exploitation of a child FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailAlex Trautwig/Getty Images(DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo.) — A former UFC fighter has been arrested and charged with sexual exploitation of a child, according to authorities.Abel “Killa” Trujillo, 35, was arrested in Broward County, Fla., in May and extradited last month to Douglas County, Colo., where the alleged crime is said to have occurred, Douglas County Sheriff’s Office public information officer Cocha Hayden told ABC News. He is a Florida resident, she added.He is also charged with obscenity, Hayden said, but could not elaborate on the nature of the crime.Trujillo was previously convicted of domestic abuse in 2007 and domestic abuse assault in 2009, The Sports Network reported, citing Iowa court records.Trujillo was released from jail on $10,000 bond on Tuesday, Hayden said. He is scheduled to appear in court for a preliminary hearing Thursday morning and has not yet entered a plea.It is unclear whether Trujillo has retained an attorney.The lightweight’s last fight was in December 2017, which he lost to John “The Bull” Makdessi, according to mixed martial arts website Sherdog.com. Written by Beau Lund
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailEPHRAIM, Utah-Sydney Pilling led the Lady Badgers with 15 points on 5-of-12 shooting from the field but it wasn’t enough as Salt Lake CC downed the Badgers 68-61 Saturday. Shawnee Simpson was credited with 13 points, and Rachel Roberts chipped in 11 points for the Lady Badgers. Simpson was also credited with a team-best six rebounds.Snow College will now take to the road for three straight Scenic West Conference road games, beginning on Thursday, January 17 at Colorado Northwestern. Game time is slated for 5 p.m. in Rangely, Colo. Tags: SLCC Women’s Basketball/Snow Badgers Brad James Written by January 13, 2020 /Sports News – Local Lady Badgers Hang Tough Against SLCC
Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailWASATCH MOUNTAIN STATE PARK, Utah-Friday, the Millard Eagles’ cross country squad competed at the Wasatch XC Invitational at Soldier Hollow.In Section 1 of the girls’ varsity 3-mile race, the Eagles were represented by senior Katy Kelly (35th place, 21:47.90), senior Audrey Camp (53rd place, 22:55.70), junior Hannah Koyle (67th place, 23:32.10) and sophomore Kara Camp (75th place, 23:53.80).In Section 1 of the boys varsity mile 3-mile race, Millard was represented by sophomore Camden Moat (20th place, 17:46.80), junior Kaydn Frampton (56th place, 18:44.40) senior Marcor Maxfield (93rd place, 19:43.80) and senior Tyson Schwartz (124th place, 20:40.00).Winners in these events were as follows:Section 1 girls varsity 3-mile: Emma Thornley-Layton, 18:59.90Section 1 boys varsity 3-mile: Michael Moffat-Westlake, 15:35.40Section 2 girls varsity 3-mile: Sarah Galbraith-Springville, 19:00.10Section 2 boys varsity 3-mile: Dalton Mortensen-Bountiful, 15:27.90 Brad James Tags: Wasatch XC September 12, 2020 /Sports News – Local Millard Competes at Wasatch XC Invitational Friday
Painted Pony’s land and production is located within Canadian Natural’s core area. (Credit: John R Perry from Pixabay) Canadian oil and gas company Canadian Natural Resources has agreed to acquire Painted Pony Energy, a natural gas producer, for $461m.The transaction amount includes assumption Painted Pony’s total debt of approximately $350m.Painted Pony is mainly focused on the development of natural gas and natural gas liquids from the Montney formation in northeast British Columbia.The company’s properties in the Northeast British Columbia areas of Blair, Daiber, Kobes and Townsend, together produce about 270 million cubic feet per day of natural gas and 4,600 barrels per day of natural gas liquids (NGLs).With Painted Pony’s land and production located within Canadian Natural’s core area, the acquisition is expected to offer opportunity to leverage synergies with a significant amount of pre-built infrastructure and transportation available.The transaction is subject to certain regulatory approvalsThe deal is expected to be concluded in late third quarter or early of fourth quarter this year, subject to closing conditions.It also requires certain regulatory approvals that include approval under the Competition Act (Canada).Canadian Natural president Tim McKay said: “This acquisition further strengthens Canadian Natural’s natural gas assets and production base in key operating areas and complements the Company’s diversified portfolio.“This transaction also allows us to further insulate against natural gas costs in our oils sands operations and has minimal impact on the Company’s low overall corporate decline rate. We look forward to working together with the staff currently employed by Painted Pony.”In May last year, Canadian Natural Resources announced plans to buy Devon Canada that owns heavy oil assets that are mainly located in Alberta from Devon Energy, for $2.8bn. Painted Pony’s properties are located in the Northeast British Columbia areas of Blair, Daiber, Kobes and Townsend
Lundin also extended the expected plateau production period from the Greater Edvard Grieg Area by a further year to late 2023 Edvard Grieg reserves increased by 50 million barrels of oil equivalent. (Credit: Lundin Energy) Lundin Energy has increased the reserve estimate for the Edvard Grieg oil field located in production licence PL 338, in the Utsira High area of the Norwegian North Sea, by 50 million barrels of oil equivalent (MMboe).The 17% increase in the reserve estimates increases the gross 2P ultimate recovery for the field to 350MMboe.Lundin said it has also extended the expected plateau production period from the Greater Edvard Grieg Area, which also comprises the Solveig Phase 1 and Rolvsnes Extended Well Test (EWT) developments, by a further year to late 2023.Lundin Energy COO Nick Walker said: “Since Edvard Grieg first oil in 2015, the field has year on year exceeded our expectations both from a reservoir as well as an operational performance perspective.“What has been achieved at Edvard Grieg epitomises the best of Lundin Energy, through the application of subsurface expertise, cutting-edge technology and operational excellence, combined with a determined and entrepreneurial approach to operatorship.“This reserve increase and plateau extension is incredibly value accretive, as it comes with limited additional investment. I’m confident, that as we continue to explore in the Greater Edvard Grieg Area, it will grow further and drive material additional value to the partnership and Norway.”New reserves estimates represent 90% increase from the original PDOThe latest 2P reserves estimates for the Edvard Grieg oil field represent an increase of 90% from the original plan for development and operation (PDO).In addition, the gross 2P ultimate recovery for the Greater Edvard Grieg Area is now increased to 410MMboe.The increase also represents a five-year extension from the original PDO.Recently, Lundin Energy Norway awarded EPCI contract to Aker Solutions to install high-voltage electrical boilers on its Edvard Grieg platform in the North Sea.Aker will be responsible for the integration of a high-voltage electrical boiler package as part of the electrification of the platform.The gas turbines that generate heat on the platform will be replaced by electrical boilers to fully electrify the Edvard Grieg that will see a reduction of approximately 200,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions annually.
A higher number of letting agents witnessed rents increase between May and June, newly released figures from the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) has shown.According to the data, 36 per cent of letting agents that are members of ARLA reported that rents rose month-on-month – the highest number since tracking began.Letting agents in the East Midlands saw the highest number of gains, with 48 per cent of ARLA agents reporting a rise. In contrast, just 17 per cent of agents in Wales saw a hike in the monthly rent.The report suggested that rents are being forced higher by an ongoing supply-demand imbalance, particularly in London where it states that “worryingly” there were only 118 rental properties managed in June, compared to 134 in May – a fall of 12 per cent.“It is worrying to see so many agents reporting an increase in the cost of rent over the last six months, especially considering so many people rent as a way to bridge the gap whilst they save to get onto the property ladder,” said David Cox (left), Managing Director, ARLA.He added, “Findings like this continue to prove that the housing crisis isn’t going to disappear anytime soon and it will take a while before we see steps heading in the right direction. The impact of the Chancellor’s reductions to the amount of tax relief buy-to-let investors can claim – announced in the Emergency Budget this month – will affect the cost of renting over the coming months and is likely to mean it will take even longer to see any improvement in affordability in the private rented sector.”Separate research carried out by the Residential Landlords Association (RLA) has found that following the announcement in relation to the changes to mortgage interest relief for landlords, which will start to come into effect from 2017, some 65 per cent of landlords are now considering increasing rents.Alan Ward, Chairman of the RLA, commented: “The reality is that the Chancellor’s belief that rental property is taxed more favourably than homeowners is simply not correct.”“The belief that landlords should be compared to homeowners is like comparing apples with pears. The two are vastly different. It’s time the Treasury recognised residential landlords as a business,” he added.rent increases letting agents ARLA David Cox August 10, 2015The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles 40% of tenants planning a move now that Covid has eased says Nationwide3rd May 2021 Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicensed rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 Home » News » Housing Market » One in three letting agents report rent increases previous nextHousing MarketOne in three letting agents report rent increasesOver a third of ARLA agents saw rents rise between May and June, the latest figures show.PROPERTYdrum10th August 20150548 Views