Parker wickham – Robins Island http://robins-island.org/ Tue, 19 Oct 2021 19:49:08 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://robins-island.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2021-06-25T005401.436.png Parker wickham – Robins Island http://robins-island.org/ 32 32 Virginia Tech Students Grateful for ‘Orderly’ Entrances to Lane Stadium | University https://robins-island.org/virginia-tech-students-grateful-for-orderly-entrances-to-lane-stadium-university/ https://robins-island.org/virginia-tech-students-grateful-for-orderly-entrances-to-lane-stadium-university/#respond Mon, 18 Oct 2021 12:12:00 +0000 https://robins-island.org/virginia-tech-students-grateful-for-orderly-entrances-to-lane-stadium-university/ There were at least 30 law enforcement officers and stadium workers stationed at various points along the line. When a point on the line became blocked, an employee removed a trash can to open a new path. “Definitely more controlled, not so crazy,” junior Tech Ben Hornbeck said in Saturday’s game. “Last week we were […]]]>

There were at least 30 law enforcement officers and stadium workers stationed at various points along the line. When a point on the line became blocked, an employee removed a trash can to open a new path.

“Definitely more controlled, not so crazy,” junior Tech Ben Hornbeck said in Saturday’s game. “Last week we were pushed. … They increased security [Saturday], they organized it better and there are fewer people.

“We got in a lot faster today than last weekend,” said Kerry O’Sullivan, a sophomore technical student.

Lack of staff has been a problem in Tech games this season. Some students blamed the overcrowding at the Notre Dame game on overwhelmed workers letting students in with bogus or no tickets.

In last week’s letter, Tech warned that students “illegally entering the game or violating line protocols” would be referred to Tech’s student conduct office.

The students said stadium staff did a meticulous job of checking tickets on Saturday and even turned away some people who did not have the correct tickets.

“There were still a lot of people, but it was a lot more organized,” said Emma Fravel, technical senior, in Saturday’s game. “They had the bag checked further back, and it kind of streamlined the process to get to where they were. [scan] your tickets. … Last week, ticket inspectors, it didn’t look like they were actually checking tickets. They didn’t really scan it. They scanned it today.

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Virginia Tech Students Grateful for ‘Orderly’ Entrances to Lane Stadium | Virginie Tech https://robins-island.org/virginia-tech-students-grateful-for-orderly-entrances-to-lane-stadium-virginie-tech/ https://robins-island.org/virginia-tech-students-grateful-for-orderly-entrances-to-lane-stadium-virginie-tech/#respond Sun, 17 Oct 2021 20:30:00 +0000 https://robins-island.org/virginia-tech-students-grateful-for-orderly-entrances-to-lane-stadium-virginie-tech/ There were at least 30 law enforcement officers and stadium workers stationed at various points along the line. When a point on the line became blocked, an employee removed a trash can to open a new path. “Definitely more controlled, not so crazy,” junior Tech Ben Hornbeck said in Saturday’s game. “Last week we were […]]]>

There were at least 30 law enforcement officers and stadium workers stationed at various points along the line. When a point on the line became blocked, an employee removed a trash can to open a new path.

“Definitely more controlled, not so crazy,” junior Tech Ben Hornbeck said in Saturday’s game. “Last week we were pushed. … They increased security [Saturday], they organized it better and there are fewer people.

“We got in a lot faster today than last weekend,” said Kerry O’Sullivan, a sophomore technology student.

Lack of staff has been a problem in Tech games this season. Some students blamed the overcrowding at the Notre Dame game on overwhelmed workers letting students in with bogus or no tickets.

In last week’s letter, Tech warned that students “illegally entering the game or violating line protocols” would be referred to Tech’s student conduct office.

The students said stadium staff did a meticulous job of checking tickets on Saturday and even turned away some people who did not have the correct tickets.

“There were still a lot of people, but it was a lot more organized,” said Emma Fravel, technical senior, in Saturday’s game. “They had the bag checked further back, and it kind of streamlined the process to get to where they were. [scan] your tickets. … Last week, ticket inspectors, it didn’t look like they were actually checking tickets. They didn’t really scan it. They scanned it today.

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Newport Main Water Line Flushing Begins Sunday: See Schedule https://robins-island.org/newport-main-water-line-flushing-begins-sunday-see-schedule/ https://robins-island.org/newport-main-water-line-flushing-begins-sunday-see-schedule/#respond Fri, 15 Oct 2021 18:51:04 +0000 https://robins-island.org/newport-main-water-line-flushing-begins-sunday-see-schedule/ NEWPORT, RI – Flushing of water lines is scheduled to begin in Newport this week. The project, which is part of the ongoing maintenance of the system, is expected to last three weeks. Flushing will include all of Newport, as well as parts of Middletown and Portsmouth. While flushing, residents can expect low water pressure […]]]>

NEWPORT, RI – Flushing of water lines is scheduled to begin in Newport this week. The project, which is part of the ongoing maintenance of the system, is expected to last three weeks.

Flushing will include all of Newport, as well as parts of Middletown and Portsmouth. While flushing, residents can expect low water pressure and discolored water. Anyone with discolored water should run cold taps throughout the house for five to 10 minutes, or until the water runs clear.

The Newport Water Division will post signs in each area before flushing begins. It will take place from 8 p.m. at 4 a.m.

Below is the schedule for flushing the water lines, if time permits.

Week 1: Oct. 17 to Oct. 21

Redwood Rd., John Kesson Ln., Pasture Farm Dr., Greene Ln., Pocahontas Dr., Roy Ave., Rogers ln., West View Rd., Squantum Dr., Oliphant Ln., Browns Ln., Vanicek Ave. , Island Dr., North Dr., East Main Rd., Meadow Ln., Woolsey Rd., Corporate Pl., Forest Ave., Chases Ln. Park Dr., Wyatt Rd., Berkeley Ave., Maple Ave., O’Neil Blvd., Beacon St., High St., Atlantic Dr., William Dr., Aquidneck Ave., Turner Rd., Honeyman Ave., Wyndham Hill Rd., Trout Dr., Hillside Ave., Girard Ave., Admiral Kalbfus Rd., Goldenrod Dr., Continental Dr., Green End Ave., Boulevard, Bliss Mine Rd., Valley Rd. And John Clarke Rd. .

Week 2: Oct 24 to Oct 28

Reservoir Rd., Paradise Ave., Wolcott Ave., Allston Ave., Ellery Ave., Purgatory Rd., Tuckerman Ave., Memorial Blvd., Broadway, Farewell St., Third St., Second St., Washington St., Malbone Rd., Friendship St., Powell Ave., Warner St., Rhode Island Ave., Kay St., Eustis Ave., Gibbs Ave., Americas Cup Ave., Touro St., Connell Hwy., Catherine St., Church St., Old Beach Rd., Thames St., Spring St., Ayrault St., Van Zandt Ave. and Bliss Road.

Week 3: November 1 to November 4

Memorial Blvd., Bellevue Ave., Thames St., Spring St., Parker St., Annandale Rd., Berkeley Ave., Narragansett Ave. and Webster St., Leroy Ave., Shepard Ave., Ruggles Ave., Ocre Point Ave., Coggeshall Ave., Ledge Rd., Bateman Ave., Wellington Ave., Houston Ave., Wickham Rd., Brenton Rd., Harrison Ave., Carroll Ave., Beacon Hill Rd., Hammersmith Rd., Ridge Rd., Castle Hill Ave. and Ocean Ave.

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Mainline flushing will take place on Aquidneck Island https://robins-island.org/mainline-flushing-will-take-place-on-aquidneck-island/ https://robins-island.org/mainline-flushing-will-take-place-on-aquidneck-island/#respond Wed, 13 Oct 2021 09:03:16 +0000 https://robins-island.org/mainline-flushing-will-take-place-on-aquidneck-island/ As part of the ongoing maintenance of the island’s water distribution system by the Newport Water Division, the Town of Newport announced on Tuesday that the mainline flushing will take place from Sunday, October 17 to November 4. .e in Newport and parts of Middletown and Portsmouth. Flushing will begin at 8:00 p.m. and continue […]]]>

As part of the ongoing maintenance of the island’s water distribution system by the Newport Water Division, the Town of Newport announced on Tuesday that the mainline flushing will take place from Sunday, October 17 to November 4. .e in Newport and parts of Middletown and Portsmouth.

Flushing will begin at 8:00 p.m. and continue until 4:00 a.m. Signs will be posted in each area prior to the start of flushing.

The Town of Newport reminds residents to be aware that during the flushing process it is common to have discolored water with low water pressure. Rinsing in one area may create discolored water in other areas. If you experience discolored water after rinsing the hydrant, run cold water faucets throughout the house (bathroom sinks and tubs, kitchen faucets, etc.) for 5-10 minutes. or until the water is clear. This allows discolored water to escape from your home’s interior plumbing. It is recommended to minimize the use of water during flushing hours. Please call 845-5600 for more information.

The rinse schedule suggested below is subject to change due to weather conditions.

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New UW-Platteville engineering building offers opportunities for budding entrepreneurs https://robins-island.org/new-uw-platteville-engineering-building-offers-opportunities-for-budding-entrepreneurs/ https://robins-island.org/new-uw-platteville-engineering-building-offers-opportunities-for-budding-entrepreneurs/#respond Fri, 08 Oct 2021 00:30:00 +0000 https://robins-island.org/new-uw-platteville-engineering-building-offers-opportunities-for-budding-entrepreneurs/ PLATTEVILLE, Wisconsin (KCRG) – Loud sounds of construction trucks pervade part of the University of Wisconsin-Platteville campus. That’s it for the university’s new $ 55 million engineering building, Sesquicentennial Hall. Inside this building will be one of the largest creative spaces in the Upper Midwest, a place for people looking to become entrepreneurs. “It’s going […]]]>

PLATTEVILLE, Wisconsin (KCRG) – Loud sounds of construction trucks pervade part of the University of Wisconsin-Platteville campus. That’s it for the university’s new $ 55 million engineering building, Sesquicentennial Hall. Inside this building will be one of the largest creative spaces in the Upper Midwest, a place for people looking to become entrepreneurs.

“It’s going to have all the equipment you need to do anything you can literally imagine,” said Philip Parker, acting dean of the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Science.

The Huff family’s new innovation center will feature 3D printers, drill presses, sewing machines, and even design and photography studios.

“The idea is that you come from the streets, community members, students, teachers, rural entrepreneurs, come and see us and say, ‘I have an idea, can you help me? And we say, “Of course we can help you,” Parker added.

The acting dean explained that the goal is to develop entrepreneurship in the tri-state region, which he says does not offer many opportunities for aspiring entrepreneurs.

“If you’re in a big city, you have a lot of access to prototyping spaces,” he said. “If you live in the country, you don’t. “

This impact will extend to Dubuque. Jay Wickham of the Small Business Development Center said entrepreneurship has really grown in Dubuque despite the challenges of the pandemic.

“The Dubuque region is really experiencing growth in our entrepreneurial ecosystems,” he explained. “We’re really adding the level of service that small businesses can access, especially to get started, but also to grow and grow their business. “

Wickham has recognized the impact of small businesses across the region and hopes projects like UW Platteville’s will only attract more people to test the path to entrepreneurship.

“Small businesses are really the ignition, the ignition of small growth which will hopefully lead to greater growth and small businesses are one of the cornerstones of employment and also of a lot of things we love, ”he added.

Sesquicentennial Hall and the Huff Family Innovation Center are scheduled to open in summer 2022.

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The depth of the team is the key to the perfect start of the Cougars https://robins-island.org/the-depth-of-the-team-is-the-key-to-the-perfect-start-of-the-cougars/ https://robins-island.org/the-depth-of-the-team-is-the-key-to-the-perfect-start-of-the-cougars/#respond Thu, 07 Oct 2021 03:14:00 +0000 https://robins-island.org/the-depth-of-the-team-is-the-key-to-the-perfect-start-of-the-cougars/ Despite a young roster, the Southwest Cougars are a perfect four-on-four in the Manitoba Under-18 AAA Hockey League. Heading into a round-trip series with the Yellowhead Chiefs this weekend, the Cougars are tied for first place with the 4-0 Brandon Wheat Kings and 4-1 Eastman Selects. PERRY BERGSON / THE BRANDON SUN Ashton Cuvelier of […]]]>



Despite a young roster, the Southwest Cougars are a perfect four-on-four in the Manitoba Under-18 AAA Hockey League.

Heading into a round-trip series with the Yellowhead Chiefs this weekend, the Cougars are tied for first place with the 4-0 Brandon Wheat Kings and 4-1 Eastman Selects.

PERRY BERGSON / THE BRANDON SUN

Ashton Cuvelier of the Southwest Cougars, seen here in a Manitoba Under-18 AAA Hockey League game against the Brandon Wheat Kings at the Sportsplex last October, is tied for first in scorers in the team with his compatriot Luke Mackenzie.

“If you look at our roster this year, there wasn’t a single guy on our team who had more than eight games of U18 league experience,” Cougars head coach Troy Leslie said.

“We have been impressed with how quickly they have improved and how well this group can lead. We see improvements every week and we are happy with our departure. There is still a long way to go of course. and there’s a lot of challenges ahead, but we’re happy to go. ”

The Cougars started the season with 4-0, 2-1 wins on September 25 and 26 in Thompson against the Norman Northstars.

They followed up with a 3-2 victory at Dauphin over the Parkland Rangers on October 1 and secured a 6-1 decision in a rematch the next day in Souris.

“In our first two games of the year we were missing a few defensemen (Josh Fluker and Darren Hunt) who were at a provincial camp, but it was a good opportunity for the guys to step up and we played well at Thompson to get four points, ”Leslie said.

“There are still a few issues to sort out, especially after a long absence, but I think everyone in our league is right now.”

The Cougars’ defense was the key to their successful start, with goaltender Owen LaRocque also being an important part of his team’s back.

The 16-year-old from Wawanesa, who was the league’s most recent player of the week, is 3-0 with a 0.67 goals-against average, 0.975 save percentage and shutout .

“Owen makes us feel like if we defend well and keep things out of the ice, he will give us a shot at winning every night,” said Leslie.

“He’s done it so far and we also have (2006 born goaltender) Kai (Bennett) in the net in our season opener, where he had a very solid game. which we have to defend well if we are to have any chance of winning. ”

A balanced offensive offense has also been a big part of the Cougars’ success so far.

Forwards Ashton Cuvelier and Luke MacKenzie lead with five points, while Nicholas Cullen has four points in four games.

Full-back Brett Laing is tied with forwards Kylan Anderson, Dawson Andries and Jayce Thompson for fourth in team scoring with three points apiece.

“I think it’s a credit to our guys and the way they’ve come to terms with the way we want to play,” Leslie said. “We have a group of guys who are very determined to play a good team game.”

Four players from last year’s cropped campaign, which saw the Cougars go 3-2-3, could have returned, but are plying their trade elsewhere.

Defensemen Zach Turner and Dexter Whittle are in the Western Hockey League with the Brandon Wheat Kings and Everett Silvertips, respectively, while forwards Brayden Knox and Luke Robson have moved on to OCN Blizzard and Waywayseecappo Wolverines from the Manitoba Junior Hockey League.

“We don’t think we’ll get Brayden or Luke back and while there is a chance that Zach or Dexter will return from the WHL there are obviously some Junior A teams out there who would love to have them too,” said Leslie.

“This is a situation that is beyond our control. If they were released, we don’t expect them to be back with us.”

In their place – with holes left by graduate goaltender Eric Reid (Virden Oil Capitals), defenders Brayden Mossett and Nolan Wickham (Dauphin Kings), and forwards Andrew Andries (Dauphin Kings), Parker Korman (Neepawa Titans) and Hunter Wallace (Brooks Bandits) – are 11 players eligible to be selected in the WHL Prospects Draft in December.

This squad includes goalie Kai Bennett, defensemen Jesse Brown, Fluker and Hunt as well as forwards Kylan Anderson, Regan Anderson, Kelby Diehl, Jackson Hofer, Luke MacKenzie, Nate Robson and Drew Shiels.

“Between now and the draft (which will take place in December) there will be a lot of eyes on them, especially with how the draft is going to go this year,” said Leslie.

“It’s a little different for our league too, because generally we get guys from U15 teams who have already been drafted into the WHL or MJHL. At the same time, we realize that the strength for us is to play well as a team, that everyone can show what they can do to the scouts. ”

Fluker and Hunt will also have another opportunity to showcase their abilities later this month as they compete for the Manitoba Under-16 team at the WHL Cup in Red Deer.

“It’s good for our club and it’s good for these guys personally,” Leslie said. “Going to Red Deer and having that experience is something that they can bring back to our team and really benefit everyone on the list.”

The Cougars’ big goal for the 2021-22 season is to prepare for the Telus Cup Western Regional Championships, which will take place in Virden from March 31 to April 3.

The team was supposed to be the host team for the event in 2020 and 2021, but that was wiped out by the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Our goal is to make the playoffs and finish a round, which will bring us a little closer to this tournament,” said Leslie.

“This event is always on your mind, but it’s important to keep your feet on the ground and take things one week at a time. We know we’re going to play at the end of the year, so it’s important for us. to stay grounded and keep improving. ”

The Cougars are back in action on Friday as they travel to Shoal Lake for a 7:30 p.m. clash with the Yellowhead Chiefs.

A rematch is scheduled for Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in Souris.

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DeWayne Wickham: Biden is only the last president to flee Haitians in need https://robins-island.org/dewayne-wickham-biden-is-only-the-last-president-to-flee-haitians-in-need/ https://robins-island.org/dewayne-wickham-biden-is-only-the-last-president-to-flee-haitians-in-need/#respond Sun, 03 Oct 2021 09:01:00 +0000 https://robins-island.org/dewayne-wickham-biden-is-only-the-last-president-to-flee-haitians-in-need/ On September 24, at the end of a week that began with widely published footage of U.S. Border Patrol agents on horseback herding Haitian refugees like cattle and ended with reports of thousands of such desperate people summarily sent back to Haiti, Wade Henderson had had enough. “On behalf of the Leaders’ Conference on Civil […]]]>

On September 24, at the end of a week that began with widely published footage of U.S. Border Patrol agents on horseback herding Haitian refugees like cattle and ended with reports of thousands of such desperate people summarily sent back to Haiti, Wade Henderson had had enough.

“On behalf of the Leaders’ Conference on Civil and Human Rights and the undersigned organizations, we are writing to urge you to immediately suspend the deportation of Haitians to Haiti and to respect basic procedures and human rights for them. Haitian asylum seekers at the US border, ”said Henderson. written to President Joe Biden.

The mistreatment of Haitians seeking refuge under Biden’s watch follows “a long history of discriminatory treatment of Haitians who flee their country in search of a better life,” Henderson told me.

He is right; it’s a story I know all too well – and a story that seems to repeat itself.

In December 1992, I boarded a 10-seat US military charter plane in Florida for a three-hour flight to the US Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. For months I had been denied permission to visit the US military outpost. As a journalist, I wanted to see how the Haitians who fled their country following the violent coup d’état that toppled Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the first democratically elected president of Haiti, were treated by the government of the Republican president. George HW Bush.

This clearance only came after I managed to reach by phone General Colin Powell, then Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who cleared the way for me to tour the base. What I saw when I got there, I wrote at the time, was a scene “more like a Nazi stalag” than what most Americans would expect from a refugee camp run by the United Nations. United States.

The Haitians were housed in military tents erected on the tarmac of an abandoned runway. Inside, the temperature has exceeded 100 degrees. Outside, the tent city was surrounded by double rows of barbed wire and heavily armed American soldiers.

The Bush administration called these Haitian refugees “migrants,” a term that sought to make more acceptable its decision to send almost all of them back to an uncertain fate in Haiti.

During the 1992 presidential campaign, Democrat Bill Clinton promised to treat Haitian refugees better. But for much of his first term, he didn’t. In fact, five days before he assumed the presidency, Clinton reneged on that promise. Much to the chagrin of many of his black supporters, Clinton embraced the Haitian policies of his predecessor.

But two years later, pressure mounted on Clinton to change the way he treated Haitian refugees, which the Congressional Black Caucus called racist. “We are upset, we are outraged and we are declaring war on a racist policy,” said Representative Major Owens, DN.Y., at a press conference in March 1994. The following month, Lawrence Pezzullo, l Clinton’s special envoy to Haiti has resigned.

Days later, Clinton appointed Bill Gray, a retired congressman from Philadelphia and former caucus chair, as his special advisor on Haiti. Gray wasted no time saving Clinton from himself. During a whirlwind trip through the region I have covered, he led the leaders of several Caribbean countries to let the United States resettle Haitian refugees within their borders while their demands for asylum were being processed. This gave the Clinton administration time to negotiate a deal that ended the coup, brought Aristide back to power, and stopped the flow of Haitian refugees to the United States.

But it turned out to be a short-lived victory.

When Aristide was ousted from power again in 2004, this time with the assent – and some say the active involvement – of Clinton’s successor, Republican President George W. Bush, a new refugee crisis ensued. is followed. The new Bush administration has placed Haitians they believed to have credible asylum claims in indefinite detention and returned the rest to Haiti. Democrat Barack Obama’s administration resorted to a similar practice in 2016 when the flow of Haitian refugees to the United States increased at the Mexico-California border.

The following year, the administration of Republican Donald Trump announced that it would end in 2019 the temporary protection status that had allowed 59,000 Haitians to stay here temporarily, after the devastating earthquake in Haiti in 2010. The status had been extended several times before Trump took office.

Court challenges kept Trump’s termination order in limbo until Biden moved into the Oval Office. In May, Biden again granted Haitians temporary protection status. But this only applies to Haitians who “have been continuous residents in the United States since July 29, 2021”.

Ultimately, it is not Biden’s use of this immigration provision, but his invocation of Title 42 of the Federal Public Health Services Act that may well be the legacy of his treatment of Haitians trying to enter the United States under his surveillance. The 1893 law gives federal officials the power to take extraordinary measures to limit the transmission of an infectious disease during a pandemic. It is one of the tools the Biden administration uses to forcibly return Haitian refugees to their countries of origin.

“What are we doing?” Representative Maxine Waters, D-Calif., Asked last week at a press conference about the treatment of Haitian refugees by the Biden administration. The answer should come as no surprise to anyone who has paid attention to how a long line of Republican and Democratic presidents have treated the most desperate people in the American hemisphere.

DeWayne Wickham is Dean Emeritus of the School of Global Journalism & Communication at Morgan State University, former columnist for USA Today and founding member of the National Association of Black Journalists. He wrote this for the Los Angeles Times.

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Crystal Palace transfer policy saw Roy Hodgson’s frontrunner thrive after summer change https://robins-island.org/crystal-palace-transfer-policy-saw-roy-hodgsons-frontrunner-thrive-after-summer-change/ https://robins-island.org/crystal-palace-transfer-policy-saw-roy-hodgsons-frontrunner-thrive-after-summer-change/#respond Wed, 22 Sep 2021 17:00:00 +0000 https://robins-island.org/crystal-palace-transfer-policy-saw-roy-hodgsons-frontrunner-thrive-after-summer-change/ When Roy Hodgson left Crystal Palace as manager last season, the club made a smart move to reshuffle their aging squad at the same time. Over the summer, the Eagles released several first-team players and spent more than £ 50million to bring in Joachim Andersen, Will Hughes and Odsonne Edouard. Under new manager Patrick Vieira, […]]]>

When Roy Hodgson left Crystal Palace as manager last season, the club made a smart move to reshuffle their aging squad at the same time.

Over the summer, the Eagles released several first-team players and spent more than £ 50million to bring in Joachim Andersen, Will Hughes and Odsonne Edouard.

Under new manager Patrick Vieira, Crystal Palace has now rebranded its style of football and now focuses on possession-based play as opposed to the counter-attacking tactics employed by the Frenchman’s predecessor.

The result has been a steady improvement on the pitch, with club supporters seeing that Vieira’s squad are slowly developing and playing more catchy football.

But how are the players who left Selhurst Park at their new clubs? And will the Eagles regret letting one of them go?

football.london takes a look at how eight former Palace players started the 2021/22 season with their new clubs.

Gary Cahill

The 35-year-old spent two seasons at Selhurst Park after an eight-year trophy-laden stint at Stamford Bridge with Chelsea.

After a short period of not knowing where he wanted to go next, Cahill finally signed a one-year contract with the Bournemouth Championship side, teaming up with Scott Parker on the South Coast.

The center-back has already made three appearances for the Cherries and kept the sheets clean against Barnsley and Cardiff, helping Bournemouth to climb to the top of the table after eight games.



Gary Cahill quickly settled in Bournemouth

Mamadou Sakho

Crystal Palace paid off nearly a club record for Sakho when he was signed from Liverpool in 2017 following a successful loan to the club in the previous season.

The Frenchman, who turned 31 in February, was used sparingly by Roy Hodgson last season, making just six appearances before taking a hit in early 2021 that kept him sidelined for the rest of the countryside.

Following his exit from the club, Sakho was signed by Ligue 1 side Montpellier, where he has since made four league appearances for the club, starting each game.

With Joachim Andersen and Marc Guehi currently Palace’s first-choice center-backs, Sakho’s presence is sure to be sure to be in South London.

Patrick van Aanholt

Left-back van Aanholt was a popular figure during his time at Crystal Palace, with the Dutchman making 134 appearances for the club over five seasons and contributing with 14 goals in that span as well.

Last season the defender was alternated with young prospect Tyrick Mitchell, who, under Vieira, made the post his own after starting every Premier League game this season.

After his release, van Anholt was quickly taken over by Turkish club Galatasaray, where the full-back has already featured ten times. He even scored his first goal for the club against Randers FC in a Europa League qualifier in August.

Palace has covered Mitchell for Jeffrey Schlupp and has Reece Hannam, 21, available if Vieira wants the job.

Andros Townsend



LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 13: Andros Townsend of Everton celebrates his side’s second goal during the Premier League match between Everton and Burnley at Goodison Park on September 13, 2021 in Liverpool, England. (Photo by Chloe Knott – Danehouse / Getty Images)

Another popular player with Palace loyalists, Townsend spent five seasons in south London and left the club after scoring 16 goals in 185 appearances.

Of all the players who left this summer, Townsend arguably did the best for himself by switching to Everton from Rafa Benitez, who signed the 30-year-old for free to a two-year contract.

He’s hit the ground running and thriving in Merseyside, and already has three goals and three assists in seven appearances for the Toffees. The Englishman recently said his increased involvement in goals was due to his manager asking him to focus only on advancing the ball, as opposed to the increased defensive work he did under Hodgson.

Palace reportedly hoped to sign a replacement for Townsend, but didn’t get a deal until the window closed. So far this season, Jordan Ayew has started in this role, although the Ghanaian hasn’t scored a goal for the club since last November.

Michael Olise can play there as well and has played the last two games off the bench, while there is hope that 18-year-old winger Jesurun Rak-Sakyi will become a first-team player this season.

It’s too early in the season to say if Palace’s failure to sign someone in Townsend’s place will come back to hurt them, but of all the players who left over the summer his departure is likely the one Palace could have done without.

Connor wickham

A total of 50 appearances in six years at the club should tell you everything you need to know about Connor Wickham’s career at Crystal Palace.

The 28-year-old missed a total of 143 games with injuries during his time at the club, adding up to 1,004 days on the sidelines.

He was released at the end of his contract and has since found a short-term home in the Championship with Preston North End, having signed for the Lilywhites in September on a five-month contract.

Wickham made his first start for his new club on Tuesday night at the Carabao Cup, but his night was cut short as, after seven minutes, he had to be substituted after suffering a hamstring injury.

Wayne hennessey



NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, ENGLAND - AUG 25: Wayne Hennessey of Burnley in action during the Carabao Cup Second Round match between Newcastle United and Burnley at St James' Park in St. James Park on August 25, 2021 in Newcastle upon Tyne, In England.  (Photo by Alex Dodd - CameraSport via Getty Images)
Wayne Hennessey in action during the Carabao Cup Second Round match between Newcastle United and Burnley at St James’ Park

The Palace’s first choice goalkeeper for several years, Waynes Hennessey left Selhurst Park when his contract expired after playing 132 times for the club.

He has since signed for Burnley on a two-year contract, where he is the understudy for England goalkeeper Nick Pope. Hennessey made his first appearance for Sean Dyche’s side at the Carabao Cup in August as Burnley beat Newcastle United 4-3 on penalties at St James’ Park.

The 34-year-old kept his clean sheet under normal circumstances before saving penalties from Miguel Almiron and Allan Saint-Maximin to help his new side advance to the third round.

Palace still have Vicente Guaita as their starting goalkeeper this season, with Jack Butland also still at the club to challenge him. Vieira has also signed 27-year-old goalkeeper Remi Matthews from Sunderland, although his only appearance for Palace so far has been for the Under-23s.

James mccarthy

After spells with Wigan Athletic, Everton and Crystal Palace, James McCarthy’s 12-year association with the Premier League came to an end this summer as he returned to his birthplace to join Celtic.

The 30-year-old spent two seasons in south London and made 52 appearances during that time, joining the Hoops under new manager Ange. Postecoglou.

McCarthy has made five appearances for Celtic so far, most recently playing 72 minutes in a 1-0 loss to Livingston in the Scottish Premiership.

Palace currently have the most depth in their squad in central midfield, with Conor Gallagher and Will Hughes joining the club this summer to bolster their options.

Scott dann

One of the club’s oldest players at the time of his departure, Scott Dann left Crystal Palace at the end of his contract after signing for the club from the Blackburn Rovers in 2013.

The center-back made the fifth Premier League appearance for all Crystal Palace players with 164 and started the FA Cup final for the club against Manchester United in 2016.

The 34-year-old now plays in the Reading Championship, although he has yet to make an appearance for the Royals.

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A charming thatched cottage set amidst beautiful landscaped gardens in Cambridge for sale at £ 725,000 https://robins-island.org/a-charming-thatched-cottage-set-amidst-beautiful-landscaped-gardens-in-cambridge-for-sale-at-725000/ https://robins-island.org/a-charming-thatched-cottage-set-amidst-beautiful-landscaped-gardens-in-cambridge-for-sale-at-725000/#respond Tue, 21 Sep 2021 08:30:39 +0000 https://robins-island.org/a-charming-thatched-cottage-set-amidst-beautiful-landscaped-gardens-in-cambridge-for-sale-at-725000/ What were once two early 18th century cottages is now a charming thatched-roof family home that swims with period features. What makes thatched cottages so attractive? Believed to date back to AD 700 (although the exact origins are difficult to know), thatched cottages have been part of the UK housing landscape for centuries. What we […]]]>

What were once two early 18th century cottages is now a charming thatched-roof family home that swims with period features.

What makes thatched cottages so attractive?

Believed to date back to AD 700 (although the exact origins are difficult to know), thatched cottages have been part of the UK housing landscape for centuries. What we do know is that the materials used to create these iconic and highly regarded properties can include anything from “straw and water reed to heather – even rushes too”.

Today, charming ‘chocolate box’ style properties are scattered throughout towns and villages, including this one – Michaelmas Cottage – which is currently on the market via Strutt & Parker at a indicative price of £ 725,000 .

The property is framed by beautiful green landscaped gardens and features a host of period features including two inglenook fireplaces, exposed wooden beams and oak latch doors.

In total, the accommodation spans 1,900 square feet and offers a lot of flexibility in its design. From the entrance hall, the living room and kitchen / breakfast are accessible – both with inglenook fireplaces (plus the addition of a bread oven in the living room), exposed beams and dual aspect windows.

The good sized kitchen leads to a reception room, which in turn leads to the dining room. The natural flow throughout the ground floor accommodation is only accentuated by two separate staircases in the reception room which lead upstairs.

The upstairs accommodation is currently arranged as three bedrooms and an office, but could easily be converted into four bedrooms if required. Here too, the charm of the time continues with its exposed beams and its view of the garden.

Outside is an independent garage with a studio / workshop on the top floor. Surrounding this is the lush country garden which helps frame the house, with a mix of mature trees, flower beds and lawns.

It is the epitome of the countryside living in a perfect cottage.

Michaelmas Cottage is currently for sale via Strutt & Parker at a indicative price of £ 725,000 – see more photos, or inquire with agent for details.

West Wickham: what you need to know

Site: South Cambridge – located approximately 14 miles from Cambridge, just over 10 miles from Saffron Walden and approximately 6 miles from Haverhill. There are train services from Audley End station which provide fast train connections to Liverpool Street, London.

Atmosphere: The village has an active and vibrant community which benefits from fantastic local amenities in both Haverhill and the market town of Saffron Walden which has a wide range of independent shops, restaurants and a popular weekly market.

Things to do: The historic university town of Cambridge is teeming with culture, riverside punting, art galleries and theater, while nearby Saffron Walden is home to a weekly market and plenty of independent shops, restaurants and bars. the eco-conscious – there is the zero waste ‘The Refill Barn’ which provides food and rechargeable household items to the surrounding area via an old VW van, which is well worth a visit.

Schools: Daisy Chains Preschool is located in the West Wickham Festival Hall, while the surrounding area has a number of fantastic schools including Linton Village School, Dame Bradbury’s School and The Perse School Cambridge and The Leys School high schools. Cambridge.

View more properties for sale in the area.


Check out the best country homes for sale this week that hit the market through Country Life.

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South Dearborn Invitational 2021 – Sold out (raw) https://robins-island.org/south-dearborn-invitational-2021-sold-out-raw/ https://robins-island.org/south-dearborn-invitational-2021-sold-out-raw/#respond Sat, 18 Sep 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://robins-island.org/south-dearborn-invitational-2021-sold-out-raw/ Boys 5,000 Meters Division I =========================================================================== Athlete Yr Team Time =========================================================================== 1 Griffen Wheeler 11 Greenfield-Central 16:36.3 2 Matthew Wickham 12 Greenfield-Central 16:53.7 3 Liam Brinkruff 10 Greenfield-Central 16:58.7 4 Kyle Stanley 12 Rushville Consolidated 17:21.0 5 Jake Hawkins 10 Greensburg 17:47.0 6 Jude Theriot 12 Simon Kenton 17:54.8 7 Michael Schwebach 12 East Central […]]]>
Boys 5,000 Meters Division I
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     Athlete                   Yr Team                           Time
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  1  Griffen Wheeler           11 Greenfield-Central             16:36.3
  2  Matthew Wickham           12 Greenfield-Central             16:53.7
  3  Liam Brinkruff            10 Greenfield-Central             16:58.7
  4  Kyle Stanley              12 Rushville Consolidated         17:21.0
  5  Jake Hawkins              10 Greensburg                     17:47.0
  6  Jude Theriot              12 Simon Kenton                   17:54.8
  7  Michael Schwebach         12 East Central                   17:55.0
  8  Cole Benegas              11 East Central                   17:55.3
  9  Lucas Tutrow              12 Greenfield-Central             17:58.0
 10  Grant Hensley             11 Lawrenceburg                   18:00.5
 11  Gabriel Hensley           11 Lawrenceburg                   18:04.8
 12  Jacob Presser             12 Greenfield-Central             18:06.4
 13  Morgan Flanagan           12 Greenfield-Central             18:15.3
 14  Bradyn Hatton              9 East Central                   18:24.8
 15  Ben Maze                  12 Franklin County                18:27.5
 16  Carter Crouch             10 Greenfield-Central             18:27.7
 17  Ryan Schindler            11 Rushville Consolidated         18:29.5
 18  Charlie Sterrett          10 Rushville Consolidated         18:34.6
 19  Hunter Parmerlee           9 Rushville Consolidated         18:35.9
 20  Sawyer Sanders            12 Greensburg                     18:37.2
 21  Gavin Hicks                9 East Central                   18:55.3
 22  Greysen Gerth             12 Simon Kenton                   18:56.7
 23  Wyatt Jacobs               9 Rushville Consolidated         18:58.1
 24  Nico DiMeglio             12 East Central                   18:58.3
 25  Adam Grant                12 Franklin County                18:58.9
 26  Logan Hicks               10 East Central                   19:01.6
 27  Trenton Dyer              11 Rushville Consolidated         19:06.5
 28  Kole Stephens             12 Greensburg                     19:11.2
 29  Tyler Allison              9 East Central                   19:13.1
 30  Brett Adams               12 Simon Kenton                   19:13.9
 31  Isaac Krodel               9 Rushville Consolidated         19:17.5
 32  Cameron Schwartz          10 Greensburg                     19:27.0
 33  Paxton Harris              9 Greensburg                     19:29.5
 34  Toby Rice                 10 Simon Kenton                   19:36.5
 35  Dakota Brown              11 Simon Kenton                   19:48.3
 36  Gavin Reed                10 Simon Kenton                   19:48.3
 37  Nicholas Morgan           11 Lawrenceburg                   19:58.5
 38  Harmon Marshall           11 Franklin County                20:00.4
 39  Nathaniel Murray          11 Greensburg                     20:01.0
 40  Aaron Lopez               12 Simon Kenton                   20:15.2
 41  Chase Tekulve              9 Greensburg                     20:20.4
 42  Brayson Craig             12 South Dearborn                 20:31.7
 43  Alex Eiding               11 Taylor                         20:39.8
 44  Hunter Marshall           11 Franklin County                20:52.4
 45  Tanner Fox                12 Lawrenceburg                   21:03.9
 46  Eric Schwab               12 Franklin County                21:32.7
 47  Ashton Rasnake            12 Lawrenceburg                   21:37.1
 48  Brendan Lowe              10 South Dearborn                 22:28.8
 49  Ethan Miller              12 Lawrenceburg                   22:36.6
 50  Owen Darwish              10 Franklin County                23:29.0
 51  Maximillian Longo         10 Lawrenceburg                   23:35.0
 52  Nathan Duerk              11 Taylor                         26:09.0
 53  William Rohe               9 South Dearborn                 26:10.6
 54  Andrew Jentzen            10 South Dearborn                 26:27.5
 55  Jeremiah Lachenman        12 South Dearborn                 27:56.3


5,000 Meters Division I Team Scores
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   Pl  Team                         Points
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    1  Greenfield-Central               27
    2  East Central                     74
    3  Rushville Consolidated           81
    4  Greensburg                      118
    5  Simon Kenton                    127
    6  Lawrenceburg                    148
    7  Franklin County                 166
    8  South Dearborn                  245


Boys 5,000 Meters Division II
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     Athlete                   Yr Team                           Time
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  1  Chance Craig              12 Austin                         16:46.1
  2  Wyatt Beck                12 Austin                         16:57.5
  3  Carlos Mata                9 Austin                         17:01.2
  4  Brandon Rice              11 Austin                         17:10.8
  5  Jackson Marshall          11 Austin                         17:35.3
  6  Josh Pohle                12 Jac-Cen-Del                    17:51.6
  7  Peyton Merica             11 Rising Sun                     17:54.9
  8  Nathan Furnish            11 Switzerland County             17:59.2
  9  Cooper Hon                 9 Switzerland County             18:06.9
 10  Sam Fewell                10 Shawe Memorial                 18:16.9
 11  Brayden Furnish           10 Austin                         18:21.7
 12  Ayden Potts               10 Milan                          18:42.4
 13  Carson Wolber             12 Oldenburg Academy              18:51.3
 14  Ethan Markland            10 Rising Sun                     18:55.1
 15  Connor Nease              12 Austin                         18:57.5
 16  Keegan Gross              10 Southwestern (Hanover)         19:15.2
 17  Adam Maloney              12 Jac-Cen-Del                    19:26.6
 18  Carter Walsman            11 Oldenburg Academy              19:45.1
 19  Logan Bradley             11 South Ripley                   19:46.3
 20  Evan Eaglin               10 South Ripley                   20:11.8
 21  Cameron Reatherford       11 Jac-Cen-Del                    20:24.8
 22  Casey Fletcher             9 Rising Sun                     20:27.9
 23  Nathan Voss                9 Milan                          20:28.7
 24  Hayden Hooten             11 South Ripley                   20:29.7
 25  Landon Higgins             9 Southwestern (Hanover)         20:38.7
 26  Kameron Darnold           12 Jac-Cen-Del                    20:39.4
 27  Dylan Sullivan            11 Switzerland County             20:42.9
 28  Ethan Dehamer             10 Milan                          20:45.2
 29  Luke Bradley               9 South Ripley                   20:49.4
 30  Braylin Miller            11 Southwestern (Hanover)         21:08.8
 31  Austin Rohls              12 Jac-Cen-Del                    21:20.2
 32  Santiago Schutte           9 Oldenburg Academy              21:24.0
 33  Derek Hoskins              9 Switzerland County             21:31.3
 34  Kadyn Riley                9 Switzerland County             21:42.3
 35  Ryan Gorrell              11 South Ripley                   22:16.2
 36  Dylan Martin              11 Rising Sun                     22:22.7
 37  Nathaniel Graver          11 Rising Sun                     22:31.5
 38  Jacob Ricke                9 Jac-Cen-Del                    22:48.1
 39  Alex Hitchcock            10 Southwestern (Hanover)         23:43.1
 40  Ashton Crumley            11 Southwestern (Hanover)         24:17.9
 41  Gabriel Maloney           10 Jac-Cen-Del                    24:26.0
 42  Brandon Birmingham        10 Rising Sun                     25:17.3


5,000 Meters Division II Team Scores
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   Pl  Team                         Points
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    1  Austin                           15
    2  Jac-Cen-Del                      83
    3  Switzerland County               92
    4  Rising Sun                       95
    5  South Ripley                    101
    6  Southwestern (Hanover)          122


Boys 5,000 Meters Reserve
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     Athlete                   Yr Team                           Time
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  1  Sam Houston               10 Greenfield-Central             19:02.7
  2  Masan Kojima              12 Greenfield-Central             19:07.6
  3  Elliot Ryba               10 Greenfield-Central             19:09.1
  4  Zen Ivey                  11 East Central                   19:15.6
  5  Liam Flanagan             10 Greenfield-Central             19:22.3
  6  Parker Fleming            12 East Central                   19:30.9
  7  Adam Bright               12 Greenfield-Central             19:32.2
  8  Leaf Hacker               10 Austin                         19:34.5
  9  Isaac Schelle              9 Rushville Consolidated         19:44.5
 10  Jaxon Konkler             10 Austin                         19:45.7
 11  Cullen Tippin             10 East Central                   20:06.1
 12  Thomas Gorman             10 Greensburg                     20:22.3
 13  Devin Evanoff             11 Greenfield-Central             20:24.1
 14  Braden Peacock            11 Austin                         20:27.3
 15  Dustin King                9 Rushville Consolidated         20:27.9
 16  Brayden Emery              9 Greensburg                     20:31.7
 17  Nick Breitenbach          10 Simon Kenton                   20:37.6
 18  Carson McCord             10 Greensburg                     21:11.3
 19  Brody Sandlin             12 East Central                   21:13.0
 20  Bryant Merritt            11 Greensburg                     21:23.6
 21  Jacob Lilly                9 Rushville Consolidated         21:46.6
 22  Zach Theobald             11 Simon Kenton                   21:56.7
 23  Vaughn Verzo              11 Greensburg                     22:19.1
 24  Colin Eddington           10 Greenfield-Central             22:28.0
 25  Elijah Ross                9 Greenfield-Central             22:49.6
 26  Devin Nease               10 Austin                         22:59.8
 27  Wyatt Clifford            10 Greensburg                     22:59.8
 28  Buddy Haase                9 Lawrenceburg                   23:52.3
 29  Caleb Berkemeier          10 Greensburg                     24:18.0
 30  Austin Hammond            12 Jac-Cen-Del                    24:55.4
 31  Robert Browning           11 Greensburg                     26:27.3
 32  Alex Mercer               10 Simon Kenton                   26:56.9
 33  Isaac Berty                9 Greenfield-Central             27:48.4
 34  Jack Vowell               10 Lawrenceburg                   31:12.0


5,000 Meters Reserve Team Scores
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   Pl  Team                         Points
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Girls 5,000 Meters Division I
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     Athlete                   Yr Team                           Time
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  1  Rachel Campbell           11 East Central                   19:47.5
  2  Addie Brewer               9 East Central                   20:38.5
  3  Monica Dart               12 Taylor                         20:57.4
  4  Emily Klem                 9 East Central                   21:33.7
  5  Allie Atchley             10 Simon Kenton                   21:42.6
  6  Faith Henderson           10 East Central                   21:48.4
  7  Emily Mangels             12 Greensburg                     22:06.9
  8  Kendall Pflum             10 East Central                   22:14.6
  9  Mya Bross                 12 Taylor                         22:14.9
 10  Nicole Myers               9 Taylor                         22:16.5
 11  Victoria Gauck             9 Greensburg                     22:17.4
 12  Savannah Westphal         12 Rushville Consolidated         22:18.2
 13  Jocelyn Inderhees         10 East Central                   22:25.2
 14  Hannah Crowell            10 Greensburg                     22:30.5
 15  Tiffani Gramman           10 Greensburg                     22:32.9
 16  Emma Bogle                10 Greenfield-Central             22:35.2
 17  Jorjia Ferguson           10 East Central                   22:54.2
 18  Carlee Mason              12 Simon Kenton                   23:03.9
 19  Olivia Wehr               11 Rushville Consolidated         23:20.7
 20  Lexie Copeland             9 Greenfield-Central             23:26.0
 21  Elise Lindle              11 Taylor                         23:26.9
 22  Reagan Crouch             11 Greenfield-Central             23:40.5
 23  Paige Gooding             10 Taylor                         23:43.7
 24  Grayce Klayer             12 South Dearborn                 24:04.1
 25  Mia Norvell               10 Rushville Consolidated         24:12.9
 26  Ashley Whitham            11 Rushville Consolidated         24:19.7
 27  Madison Hankins           10 Rushville Consolidated         24:25.5
 28  Sofia Kemple              11 Rushville Consolidated         24:26.8
 29  Cidney Clyde              11 Lawrenceburg                   24:34.2
 30  Lauren Agner               9 Lawrenceburg                   24:34.9
 31  Olivia Demaree            12 Taylor                         24:45.0
 32  Esther George              9 Franklin County                24:45.9
 33  Josie Joyner              10 Greenfield-Central             24:59.9
 34  Lauren Donahue            11 Simon Kenton                   25:04.4
 35  Alyson Galey              12 Lawrenceburg                   25:08.6
 36  Matisse Dauenbaugh        12 Simon Kenton                   25:12.2
 37  Alyssa Siegel             10 Greenfield-Central             25:20.4
 38  Malana Kramer             10 Greensburg                     25:35.0
 39  Shelby Hoffman            10 Greenfield-Central             25:35.2
 40  Leah Grunert              10 Simon Kenton                   25:38.8
 41  Katherine Apsley          12 Franklin County                25:40.3
 42  Madison Boyle             10 Simon Kenton                   26:28.7
 43  Allyson Foster            10 Greensburg                     26:35.9
 44  Angela Caldwell           12 Taylor                         26:38.0
 45  Sophie Nobbe              12 Greensburg                     26:38.8
 46  Kyleigh Berry              9 South Dearborn                 26:41.5
 47  Emily Wright              12 Greenfield-Central             26:59.3
 48  Yanitza Norvell           11 Rushville Consolidated         27:59.4
 49  Olivia Currin             12 Simon Kenton                   28:48.4
 50  Shelby Rohe                9 South Dearborn                 29:03.4
 51  Ava Yelton                 9 South Dearborn                 29:35.0
 52  Kenzie Rogers             11 Franklin County                31:15.9
 53  Isabella Thiemann          9 Franklin County                32:37.1
 54  Moorea Nobbe              10 Franklin County                33:08.6


5,000 Meters Division I Team Scores
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   Pl  Team                         Points
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    1  East Central                     21
    2  Taylor                           66
    3  Greensburg                       81
    4  Rushville Consolidated          106
    5  Greenfield-Central              121
    6  Simon Kenton                    122
    7  Franklin County                 204


Girls 5,000 Meters Division II
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     Athlete                   Yr Team                           Time
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  1  Calli Alderman            11 Shawe Memorial                 20:25.9
  2  Claire Rogers              9 Switzerland County             20:53.1
  3  Kelsey Hawkins             9 Austin                         21:07.1
  4  Megan Hall                10 Austin                         22:08.4
  5  Emily Campbell            12 South Ripley                   22:13.5
  6  Amber Detmer               9 Switzerland County             22:20.0
  7  Alisha Detmer             12 Switzerland County             22:31.5
  8  Cloey Simon               12 Jac-Cen-Del                    22:34.5
  9  Hailey Webster             9 Austin                         22:41.1
 10  Kirsten Geary             12 Southwestern (Hanover)         22:42.1
 11  Deborah Murphy            12 South Ripley                   23:07.6
 12  Carlee Boggs               9 Switzerland County             23:37.4
 13  Kayla Simon               12 Jac-Cen-Del                    23:51.8
 14  Lucy Lillis               12 Milan                          23:53.2
 15  Ashlyn Covington           9 Switzerland County             24:19.8
 16  Renee Lillis              12 Milan                          24:46.1
 17  Patricia Smith            11 Southwestern (Hanover)         24:56.1
 18  Shelby Bastin             11 South Ripley                   25:34.5
 19  Kara Young                12 South Ripley                   25:40.3
 20  Sarah Lillis              10 Milan                          26:05.0
 21  Fabiana Orioli            11 Southwestern (Hanover)         26:35.2
 22  Jacklyn White              9 Austin                         26:44.3
 23  Allison Peetz             10 Jac-Cen-Del                    26:47.4
 24  Elizabeth McKittrick       9 South Ripley                   27:30.1
 25  Jessica Sitko             11 South Ripley                   27:52.0
 26  Lilly Douglas             10 Southwestern (Hanover)         28:10.2
 27  Kinsey Rohls              10 Jac-Cen-Del                    29:07.3
 28  Maria Izco                11 South Ripley                   29:27.1
 29  Allison Cole               9 Austin                         29:39.7
 30  Shelby Reatherford        12 Jac-Cen-Del                    30:40.4
 31  Aliyah Karshner            9 Jac-Cen-Del                    31:43.8
 32  Bri Stow                   9 Switzerland County             32:55.3
 33  Jessica Hollin            10 Switzerland County             33:17.8
 34  Amelia Crawford           10 Oldenburg Academy              33:17.9
 35  Katie Jacobs              11 Shawe Memorial                 35:48.1
 36  Emma Jutsi                10 Milan                          38:30.7


5,000 Meters Division II Team Scores
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   Pl  Team                         Points
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    1  Switzerland County               34
    2  Austin                           49
    3  South Ripley                     57
    4  Jac-Cen-Del                      75


Girls 5,000 Meters Reserve
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     Athlete                   Yr Team                           Time
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  1  Hannah Doan               11 East Central                   22:58.1
  2  Delaney Donawerth          9 East Central                   23:10.5
  3  Madison Ochs              10 Taylor                         26:40.7
  4  Skylar Koch               10 Taylor                         26:44.9
  5  Emma Hartley              11 East Central                   26:51.0
  6  Madelyn King              12 Greenfield-Central             27:23.8
  7  Jasmine Torres            12 Taylor                         27:29.0
  8  Jorja Ellis                9 Rushville Consolidated         28:39.2
  9  Olivia Hopkins            10 Simon Kenton                   29:03.1
 10  Allison Kunze              9 Greensburg                     29:08.4
 11  Lanea Adams               10 Rushville Consolidated         29:51.3
 12  Abby Brettschneider       11 Taylor                         31:15.3
 13  Eve Becker                12 Taylor                         31:45.7
 14  Macy Ilg                  11 Taylor                         33:29.6
 15  Terra Oeffinger           10 Switzerland County             41:50.9


5,000 Meters Reserve Team Scores
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   Pl  Team                         Points
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