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  • Tottenham make U-turn over decision to furlough non-playing staff after backlash

    first_img2TOTTENHAM have made a dramatic U-turn over their controversial decision to furlough non-playing staff after the club was hit by a furious backlash.Jamie Redknapp led the outcry from former Spurs stars as Daniel Levy finally gave up on his unpopular penny-pinching plan and confirmed wages will be paid in full throughout April and May.⚠️ Read our coronavirus in sport live blog for the latest news & updates2 Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has reversed his decision to furlough non-playing staffCredit: PA:Press AssociationTottenham’s announcement came a week after Liverpool confirmed that they had also reversed their decision to put their staff on furlough leave.Chairman Levy said: “The criticism the club has received over the last week has been felt all the more keenly because of our track record of good works and our huge sense of responsibility to care for those that rely on us, particularly locally.“It was never our intent, as custodians, to do anything other than put measures in place to protect jobs whilst the club sought to continue to operate in a self-sufficient manner during uncertain times.“We regret any concern caused during an anxious time and hope the work our supporters will see us doing in the coming weeks, as our stadium takes on a whole new purpose, will make them proud of their club.”Tottenham’s change of heart does not include the club’s board of directors however, who will continue to take a 20 per cent pay cut until the end of May.We regret any concern caused during an anxious time and hope the work our supporters will see us doing in the coming weeks make them proud of their clubTottenham chairman Daniel LevyIn a club statement released on Monday, the club said: “In our last update we said we would keep our position under review, especially in the context of revised budgets and cost cutting.“Having done so we have decided that all non-playing staff, whether full-time, casual or furloughed, will receive 100% of their pay for April and May. Only the board will take salary reductions.“With no clarity on when football might resume and under what conditions, we shall continue to keep this under ongoing review. We should like to thank our staff for their incredible support and understanding.“We are acutely aware that many supporters were against the decision we made regarding furloughing staff who could not carry out their jobs from home – due to the nature of their work – and our intention to apply, if applicable, for the coronavirus job retention scheme (CJRS), a scheme designed to ensure that jobs and employment rights are protected.“Indeed we have seen opposition from fans to fellow Premier League clubs accessing the CJRS too. This once again underlines that we bear different pressures to other businesses, many of whom have and will continue to apply for support from the scheme as the government intended.“In view of supporter sentiment regarding the scheme, it is now not our intention to make use of the current CJRS that runs until the end of May.“We shall consult with stakeholders, including the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust with whom we have been in dialogue over the past week and who share our desire to protect jobs, should circumstances change going forward.”Jamie Redknapp – whose dad Harry managed the north Londoners for nearly four years before being axed in 2012 – had slammed the way Levy runs the club.He told Sky Sports: “He gives me a lot of opportunities to do so, having been there.“I have nothing against him personally. People say it’s because he sacked my dad. That was such a long time ago and a lot has happened since then.Most Read in FootballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’ExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticGive now to The Sun’s NHS appealBRITAIN’s four million NHS staff are on the frontline in the battle against coronavirus.But while they are helping save lives, who is there to help them?The Sun has launched an appeal to raise £1MILLION for NHS workers.The Who Cares Wins Appeal aims to get vital support to staff in their hour of need.We have teamed up with NHS Charities Together in their urgent Covid-19 Appeal to ensure the money gets to exactly who needs it.The Sun is donating £50,000 and we would like YOU to help us raise a million pounds, to help THEM.No matter how little you can spare, please donate today herewww.thesun.co.uk/whocareswinsappeal“I just feel at times Tottenham don’t act like a big club like they should do.“The way they acted with furloughing, other clubs have done it like Newcastle and Norwich, I get that, but I know full well Tottenham’s finances and they have plenty of money behind them. It just didn’t sit right with me.“The way they looked after players and the way they looked after staff when I was there, it was very disappointing – and unfortunately it’s arisen again.”Laura Woods doesn’t think it’s right for Premier League clubs like Tottenham and Liverpool to use the government’s furlough schemelast_img read more

  • Martí: “We have the capacity to supply Stuani”

    first_imgHow do you see the match against Ponferradina? How do you face Stuani’s loss?We have the ability to supply you. We have players to try to replace that lack of goal. We will find the mechanisms to reach the opposite goal and take the 3 points. It does not condition us because there are intuitive players, forward passes, shots from outside the area, one on one, inside passes … we have resources.Has Soriano recovered?No, it is still in a recovery process. It is close but we cannot force it.What options do you have left?We have the ability to locate players, both Gallar and Brandon. Carlos Martínez, of the subsidiary, is a possibility. He has trained with us. It will be a very close match. They are very difficult to win, very competitive, they are very close and they are the ones who recover the most balls in the opposite field. They press and fall back. They are solid and tidy and can hurt you against it. I expect a complicated game, but I think that with the ambition that my team demonstrates we will have chances to win.What do you think of Yuri’s contribution?He has shown it throughout his career. He is a scorer and is in a great moment. It is very alive, it is always placed in the ideal place. He is an important player with whom we will have to be alertValencia has been interested in Jaunpe …All he does is comfort the club, coaches and players. When there are important clubs that look at our players, we are doing well. We know that Juanpe is an important player for us.But do you think it is just a situation like the one the Leganés has lived?We all agree that no. In these circumstances it is clear that there are teams that have a benefit because of their economic potential. In the case of the norm it is unfair to the Leganés.last_img read more

  • Nimba PMC Acting Chair Removed

    first_imgThe Nimba County Council Sitting has removed Mr. Edwin Tenwah as acting chairman and treasurer of the Project Management Committee over alleged corrupt practices.The decision to remove Mr. Tenwah came after he failed to return L$ 22, 000 he took from market women in Bahn City, to clear the market ground when he claimed there was not enough fuel to run the machine to do the work at the time.He was also reported to have used US$700,000 in addition to US$100,000 allotted to the County to fight the Ebola Virus Disease during the heat of the Ebola crisis.During Mr. Tenwah’s deliberation to the Council, he reported using US$ 107,000.00 to fight the Ebola Virus Disease when the County was instructed to use US$100,000.00.When asked whether the Nimba Legislative Caucus was informed, his response was negative, but added that the money was for administrative cost prior to releasing the US$100,000.00.Concerning the money he allegedly collected from marketers, he was earlier instructed by the lawmakers to return it, but he failed to adhere to their instructions, which led to his removal.The decision was reached when the chairman of the council Senator Thomas Grupee called for a motion from the delegates and it was moved by Rep. Samuel Kogar that Mr. Tenwah should be removed from the PMC for alleged “corrupt practices” which was immediately seconded and at the subsequent motion, ten voted in favor of his removal while one voted against.Mr. Tenwah was meanwhile replaced by Mr. Peterson Walker as PMC treasurer while Mr. Osudu Dahn occupied the comptroller post which Mr. Walker was occupying.Mr. Tenwah took over the leadership of the PMC as acting chairman last year when Mr. Clinton Layweh was suspended for allegedly mismanaging several hundred United States dollars from Nimba County coffers.Concerning the fate of Mr. Layweh, the chairman of the Nimba Council, Caucus chair Senator Grupee said based on the allegation of financial misapplication, an auditing committee was instituted but allowed Mr. Layweh to remain as PMC chair until he was eventually found guilty to the charges.The Project Management Committee officials are elected to three conservative years in office, and they can only be removed by the Nimba Council.In March 2013, Mr. Edwin Tenwah was elected as its treasurer, forming part of a three-man team of officers to govern for a period of three years.There have been numerous complains of alleged extortion (of money) from people by officers operating under the PMC during road constructions in Nimba, but nothing much was done.This year’s County Council Sitting was described as one of the best because all the county’s 11 lawmakers, including Senator Prince Johnson, was in attendance.The opening statements were merely reconciliatory with lawmakers calling on each other to unify so bring development to Nimba County while they urged citizens to address them constructively and not on social media as it is usually done.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

  • US$300K Part of US$1.2M Stolen from Bank

    first_imgThe First International Bank (Liberia) Limited (FI Bank) has clarified media reports in connection with the theft of US$300,100 at its branch in Ganta, Nimba County.The clarification comes against the backdrop of a back page report in the March 18, 2015 edition of this newspaper, captioned US$300K Theft at FI Bank in Ganta – Again.FI Bank quotes this paper as saying, “Less than four months after 10 employees of the First International Bank (FIBank) were charged with stealing US$1.2 million from the bank, four other employees have been arrested for reportedly stealing US$300,100, this time from the bank’s branch in Ganta, Nimba County”The Daily Observer had cited Police spokesman, Sam Collins, as making the disclosure of the information at a news conference, indicating that the employees were arrested on February 7, 2015 by the Major Crimes Investigation Department.However, FI Bank Management clarified that the US$300,100 issue at Ganta, as indicated in the media report, is not a separate amount, but is inclusive of the original US$1.2 million stolen from the bank in 2012, “a case that is currently on docket at the Criminal Court “C” at the Temple of Justice, and is not virtually a new issue as reported by the papers.”“FI Bank believes the media can play a positive role in our service to the community, by clarifying issues sensitive to the public.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

  • Govt’s caretaker status puts State contracts at risk – PSC

    first_img…advises members to seek legal adviceThe uncertain footing of the A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance for Change (APNU/AFC) Government has put private sector contracts with the State at risk— a possibility heavily criticised by the Private Sector Commission (PSC).Despite the CCJ rulings, the Government said in a statement recently that Cabinet had not stopped functioningIn a strongly worded statement on Wednesday, the PSC slammed the behaviour of President David Granger and his Government, who despite being toppled by a No-Confidence Motion, have been criticised for seeming reluctant to go to the polls and comply with the Constitution and Court rulings.“It is the Private Sector’s view that the President, by his behaviour, has put at risk all private sector entities and other organisations made subject to contracts and any other action authorised by the Cabinet, by presuming them to be legal. The Private Sector Commission has, therefore, advised its members to seek legal advice in this regard,” the Commission stated.According to the PSC, the President announcing that Cabinet shall continue to function is “totally unacceptable”, noting that this means that the President is refusing to honour the Constitution of Guyana.Article 106 (6) of the Constitution of Guyana states: “The Cabinet including the President shall resign if the Government is defeated by the vote of a majority of all the elected members of the National Assembly on a vote of confidence”.Meanwhile, Article 106 (7) states: “Notwithstanding its defeat, the Government shall remain in office and shall hold an election within three months, or such longer period as the National Assembly shall by resolution supported by not less than two-thirds of the votes of all the elected members of the National Assembly determine, and shall resign after the President takes the oath of office following the election”.“It is totally unacceptable, therefore, to the Commission that the President has refused to honour the Constitution in announcing that the Cabinet shall continue to function. The Caribbean Court has stated that “by convention, the Government is expected to behave during this interim period as a caretaker and so restrain the exercise of its legal authority,” the PSC made clear.CaretakerSince the Government fell to the no-confidence vote on December 21, 2019, Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo has always maintained that the Government should be acting in a caretaker capacity only and not be entering into large scale contracts.Jagdeo’s position was vindicated by the CCJ on Friday last when it ruled that the Government should be in a caretaker status. CCJ President Adrian Saunders had outlined that the Cabinet, including the President, should have already been resigned, thus, reaffirming that the APNU/AFC coalition is, in fact, and should be in a caretaker mode leading up to elections.“Article 106 envisaged that the tenure in office of the Cabinet, including the President after the Government’s defeat, is on a different footage from that which existed prior to the vote of no-confidence…By convention, the Government is expected to behave, during this interim period, as a caretaker and so restrain the exercise of its legal authority. It is this caretaker or interim role that explains the three-month deadline in the first instance that the Article lays down in principle for the holding of fresh elections,” Justice Saunders stated.Since the post-judgement hearing at the CCJ last month, Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) lawyer Stanley Marcus and Attorney General Basil Williams had both argued that the Article 106 (7) provision meant the President and his Cabinet had to remain in power until after a new President was sworn in.But CCJ Judge Justice Jacob Wit had also debunked this argument. He had noted that it is international practice that following a successful No-Confidence Motion, a caretaker Government is usually left in place with a limited timeframe in which to carry out snap elections.He had made it clear that contrary to the Government’s arguments, a provision for a caretaker Government does not have to be explicit in the Constitution, as this is a standard and recognised international practice.On January 18, it had been announced that Cabinet noted the award of a total of 36 contracts that went through the National Procurement and Tender Administration Board (NPTAB). These multi-million dollar contracts ranged from the construction and rehabilitation of roads to the construction of pump stations and the supply of fibre optic cables to the National Data Management Authority.In a statement a few days ago, the coalition Government claimed that it accepted its “interim” status, but that it would continue to function in the interest of the State and that Cabinet has not stopped functioning.last_img read more

  • Teen organizes golf tourney

    first_imgPALMDALE – Following in the footsteps of a former teammate, Quartz Hill High golf standout Ayla Friga is organizing a golf tournament to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Friga is organizing the tournament for her senior project. Ali Erdman, a former Quartz Hill standout who now plays at the University of California, Riverside, organized a similar event last season benefiting breast-cancer research. Friga said Caine told her how his band became involved in Make-A-Wish, writing and performing a song for a boy who was near death. “The money goes to Make-A-Wish for a child who’s dying so they can still have some happiness,” Friga said. “It helps the families too because they get to remember the good times they had.” Items of note that will be available for auction include an autographed Epiphone electric guitar autographed by Journey and a Samick acoustic guitar autographed by REO Speedwagon and Cheap Trick band members, among other classic rock musicians. “There’s a lot of wonderful charities out there, but when a child is dying and you can help them with their last wish, I can’t think of anything more important,” Tom Friga said. The $100 tournament entry cost includes greens fees, a cart, breakfast, range balls, a raffle ticket and an awards banquet. The Ayla Friga Classic will be held March 11 at Rancho Vista Golf Course. The tournament will start at 8 a.m., and will be followed by a raffle and auction featuring rock and sports memorabilia. The San Jose State-bound Friga felt compelled to raise money for Make-A-Wish after speaking with her uncle Jonathan Caine, a keyboardist for the 1970s and ’80s classic rock band Journey. center_img For information or to sign up for the tournament, call (661) 272-9903, Ext. 112, or (661) 942-9199, or e-mail ladypro13@yahoo.com or afriga89@yahoo.com. gideon.rubin@dailynews.com (661) 267-7802 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

  • Derby 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday: Late Darren Bent strike secures point for Rams

    first_img Darren Bent scored the equalising goal for Derby 1 Sheffield Wednesday’s hopes of establishing themselves in the play-offs were dashed as substitute Darren Bent netted a late equaliser to earn Derby a 1-1 draw from pulsating clash at the iPro Stadium.A superb Barry Bannan strike put Wednesday ahead in the second half but Bent scored with his first touch eight minutes from time to celebrate only his second league goal of the season.Derby had already secured their place in the Sky Bet Championship play-offs but it was a significant day for Will Hughes, who made his first start since injuring a knee on the opening day of the season in place of George Thorne who was ill.Wednesday still had work to do to guarantee a top-six finish and they came close to falling behind in the fifth minute when Craig Bryson’s persistence got the ball to Chris Martin but his low shot from 18 yards was held by Keiren Westwood.As the Wednesday fans sang “we’re on our way back,” Kieran Lee made a strong run at Derby’s defence and almost set up Gary Hooper in the 10th minute before Jacob Butterfield forced Westwood into another save.Hughes made a crucial tackle to halt Hooper on the edge of the box but the midfielder was booked in the 19th minute when he barged over Fernando Forestieri out on the left touchline.Wednesday were having a good spell and they went close in the 21st minute when Bannan’s deflected shot was saved by Scott Carson and Jason Shackell beat Hooper to the rebound.In an open game, Derby had the next chance when Bryson finished a classy passing move with a 20-yard shot that Westwood tipped over in the 29th minute.There was a three-minute delay after a clash of heads between Marcus Olsson and Forestieri but both were able to continue and when play resumed, Butterfield’s delightful pass found Johnny Russell in the area but he lost his footing.An entertaining half ended with Tom Ince curling a 25-yard free-kick just over and the second started with Carson clawing behind a Forestieri shot in the 49th minute.It was a great save and Westwood matched it twice in the space of two minutes by turning behind a Bryson strike in the 55th minute before he denied Russell with his legs.But Bannan produced an unstoppable effort in the 68th minute when he beat Carson from 20 yards with a shot that went in off the underside of the bar after a clever back-heel by Hooper.Forestieri clipped the top of the bar with a free-kick but Derby equalised in the 82nd minute when Russell crossed for Bent to head in at the back post a minute after coming on.Derby could have won it through another substitute, Nick Blackman, but he failed to convert at the back post with Wednesday looking in vain for offside and the game ended with Daniel Pudil becoming the ninth booking in a game that was competitive but never dirty.last_img read more

  • DUST DOWN YOUR BICYCLE FOR DONEGAL BIKE WEEK 2014

    first_imgBike Week is a celebration and promotion of all that’s great about bikes and cycling. Held over a week in June of each year with bike themed events organised by local authorities, community groups and cycling groups throughout Ireland, this years event will run from the 14th to 23rd June 2014From free bike checks, fun cycles, lunchtime city rides, heritage cycles, electric bike races, school cycling events, bike festivals, road races and much more. There’s something for every age and ability. Locally Donegal Sports Partnership with the support of the Department of Transport , Tourism and Sport, Donegal County Council, HSE and local cycling clubs and community groups have coordinated a full programme of bike related events all across the county for everyone to participate and enjoy kicking off with a county launch and a lunchtime cycle in Letterkenny.The lunchtime cycle will leave the Letterkenny Public Services Centre at 1pm and follow a loop via the port road, pearse road around to the new dunnes stores roundabout and back to the public services centre.For motorists around Letterkenny at lunchtime on the Tuesday 10th please not that there may be some short delays to allow the cyclists to get across the 3.5 k route.Children and staff from the Ballyraine Primary and the Letterkenny Educate Together Primary school will also take part as well as workers from businesses and offices around the town. The cycle will start at 1pm from the Letterkenny Public Services Centre and is open to anyone, just bring your bike and helmet and away you go.Further information on Bike Week events from Donegal Sports Partnership @ 0749116078 / 16079 or www.activedonegal.com DUST DOWN YOUR BICYCLE FOR DONEGAL BIKE WEEK 2014 was last modified: June 6th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Donegal Bike Weeklast_img read more

  • Premier League club optimistic they will not be dissolved

    first_img No explanation has been provided for the club’s late payments 1 Crystal Palace are confident the club will not be dissolved after Companies House gave them two months to file their overdue accounts.The accounts of the company which owns Palace, CPFC 2010 Ltd, for the 12 months until June 30, 2017 remain outstanding. They were due by March 31 and no explanation for the delay has been provided.Companies House is seeking to ensure compliance and issued a gazette notice on Tuesday, giving Palace two months to file the accounts.The Companies House website, which posts accounting details, shows under ‘Company Status’ an ‘active proposal to strike off’ CPFC 2010 Ltd, which is registered at Palace’s Selhurst Park home.However, any threat of being wound up – a potential consequence of late filing – is a “technicality” which Palace expect to overcome.Palace expect the matter to be resolved and the accounts to be published by Companies House in the next few days.The draft accounts have already been presented to the Premier League, according to a source close to the club.The accounts are expected to show the pay-offs levied to Alan Pardew and Sam Allardyce, who left the club in December 2016 and May 2017, respectively.All limited companies must, by law, file accounts to Companies House within nine months of the end of their designated financial year.Companies House said in a statement: “Every company is required to file their accounts annually, and a penalty is applied for late filed accounts.“If they fail to do so, we have an active pursuit process to secure the filing of the overdue documents.“Our main aim is to secure compliance and to bring filing records up to date.“If we’re unable to achieve this, we will take appropriate action.”Palace have missed the deadline by more than two months and face a fine of £375 if they file by the end of June.Should there be a further delay the fine will double to £750, regulations on the Companies House website show.Palace are owned by chairman Steve Parish, plus Joshua Harris and David Blitzer, the US investors who took a large stake in the club in December 2015.last_img read more

  • High School Scoreboard 9/15

    first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!,FOOTBALL TODAY Norwalk vs. La Serna, at California HS, 7 p.m. FRIDAY Santa Fe at Montebello, 7 p.m. Schurr at Downey, 7 p.m. Murphy vs. Whittier Christian at Whittier College, 7 p.m. California at El Monte, 7 p.m. Bell Gardens at El Rancho, 7 p.m. Manual Arts at Pioneer, 7 p.m. La Puente vs. Whittier at California HS, 7 p.m. South Hills at La Habra, 7 p.m. St. Paul at Redondo Union, 7 p.m. Cantwell at Santa Rosa, 7 p.m. La Mirada at Charter Oak, 7 p.m. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL NONLEAGUE At Cantwell HS California def. Cantwell (25-14, 25-9, 25-11). Records (overall, league): California 2-0. Notes: Barbara Sierra (Calif) 10 kills, 7 aces. At San Marino HS Bishop Amat def. San Marino 25-18, 25-13, 26-24. Record: San Marino 1-2. BOYS CROSS COUNTRY PHIL RYAN INVITATIONAL 1. San Marino, 2. Valencia, 3. Alhambra, 4. San Gabriel, 5. Cornerstone At Lacy Park Top individuals: 1. Jeff Reyhua (Alhambra), 2. Toby Morris (SM), 3. Michael Davis (SM), 4. Jarrod Nicholson (V), 5. Andrew Longhini (V). GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY PHIL RYAN INVITATIONAL 1. Arcadia, 2.Flintridge Prep, 3.Valencia 4. San Marino, 5. Alhambra At Lacy Park Top individuals: 1. Johanne Boulat (Arc), 2. Megan McDaniel (V), 3. Sarah Mattison (Arc), 4. Katheryn Iwata (FP), 5. Danielle LaBrie (Arc). GIRLS TENNIS NONLEAGUE Covina 18, Azusa 0 At Azusa HS Singles: Jackie Nguyen (C) 3-0, Meg Tiangco (C) 3-0, Benya Pokpongkiat (C) 3-0. Janet Ayala (A) 0-3, Paulina Soria (A) 0-3, Minam Villagourez (A) 0-3 –. Doubles: Wendy Ojeda-Melissa Salas (C) 3-0, Grace Liao-Kim Sarcos (C) 3-0, Rebecca Prelle-Marr Tiangco (C) 2-0, Reveka Reed-Jazmyn Lopez (C) 1-0.– Evelyn Murillo-Kayla Joanis (A) 0-3, Dominique Petarra-Rose Yaunvao (A) 0-3, Michelle Nguyen-Abby Lentz (A) 0-3.– Records: Covina 3-0; Azusa 0-1. center_img FOOTBALL TODAY Norwalk vs. La Serna, at California HS, 7 p.m. FRIDAY Santa Fe at Montebello, 7 p.m. Schurr at Downey, 7 p.m. Murphy vs. Whittier Christian at Whittier College, 7 p.m. California at El Monte, 7 p.m. Bell Gardens at El Rancho, 7 p.m. Manual Arts at Pioneer, 7 p.m. La Puente vs. Whittier at California HS, 7 p.m. South Hills at La Habra, 7 p.m. St. Paul at Redondo Union, 7 p.m. Cantwell at Santa Rosa, 7 p.m. La Mirada at Charter Oak, 7 p.m. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL NONLEAGUE At Cantwell HS California def. Cantwell (25-14, 25-9, 25-11). Records (overall, league): California 2-0. Notes: Barbara Sierra (Calif) 10 kills, 7 aces. At San Marino HS Bishop Amat def. San Marino 25-18, 25-13, 26-24. Record: San Marino 1-2. BOYS CROSS COUNTRY PHIL RYAN INVITATIONAL 1. San Marino, 2. Valencia, 3. Alhambra, 4. San Gabriel, 5. Cornerstone At Lacy Park Top individuals: 1. Jeff Reyhua (Alhambra), 2. Toby Morris (SM), 3. Michael Davis (SM), 4. Jarrod Nicholson (V), 5. Andrew Longhini (V). GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY PHIL RYAN INVITATIONAL 1. Arcadia, 2.Flintridge Prep, 3.Valencia 4. San Marino, 5. Alhambra At Lacy Park Top individuals: 1. Johanne Boulat (Arc), 2. Megan McDaniel (V), 3. Sarah Mattison (Arc), 4. Katheryn Iwata (FP), 5. Danielle LaBrie (Arc). GIRLS TENNIS NONLEAGUE Covina 18, Azusa 0 At Azusa HS Singles: Jackie Nguyen (C) 3-0, Meg Tiangco (C) 3-0, Benya Pokpongkiat (C) 3-0. Janet Ayala (A) 0-3, Paulina Soria (A) 0-3, Minam Villagourez (A) 0-3 –. Doubles: Wendy Ojeda-Melissa Salas (C) 3-0, Grace Liao-Kim Sarcos (C) 3-0, Rebecca Prelle-Marr Tiangco (C) 2-0, Reveka Reed-Jazmyn Lopez (C) 1-0.– Evelyn Murillo-Kayla Joanis (A) 0-3, Dominique Petarra-Rose Yaunvao (A) 0-3, Michelle Nguyen-Abby Lentz (A) 0-3.– Records: Covina 3-0; Azusa 0-1. last_img read more