first_imgMay 6, 2018 /Sports News – Local BYU/Utah Compete At Sacramento State Open FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSACRAMENTO, Calif.-Saturday, Brigham Young and Utah’s track and field squads competed at the Sacramento State Open, if, for nothing else, because the NCAA West regionals will be here later this month.It’s always wise, if you have the opportunity, to prepare yourself for a track surface and land for field events where you will prepare to contend for a national championship.The Cougars appeared to adapt just fine as the Cougar men won the title with 180 points, besting host Sacramento State, who finished second with 157 points. The Brigham Young women dominated the field, posting 182 points and Sacramento State was far behind with 156 points. Utah’s women placed sixth with 21 points.To start things off, Brigham Young’s Dallin Farnsworth won the men’s 5000-meter dash in a time of 14:23.43. His teammate, Connor Weaver, finished close behind him at 14:24.98.The Cougars also swept the men’s and women’s 3000-meter steeplechases as Sara Musselman won the women’s event in 10:25.99 and the men’s winner was Porter Reddish, posting a time of 8:53.00.The men’s 1500-meter run saw Marcus Dickson win the individual crown for the Cougars, posting a time of 3:46.67.The women’s 4 x 100 relay was won by the Cougars in a time of 45.61 seconds, while Keesha Miller, Haley Rogers, Ellie Quackenbush and Madie Mathews were on this winning squad.The women’s 100-meter hurdles title was won by the Cougars’ Nicole Lord in 14.03 seconds.The women’s 400-meter dash saw Brigham Young’s Lauren Rawlinson place second, while Jackie Martin and Mesa Weidle of Utah placed fifth and sixth, respectively.The men’s and women’s 100-meter dashes were both won by Cougar athletes with the women’s title being won by Keesha Miller in 12.01 seconds and Clark Brown was first with 10.48 seconds.In the women’s 800-meter run, Brigham Young’s Karina Haymore placed second and Utah’s Grace Englund placed fourth with the Cougars’ Taylor Cox placing sixth overall.David Graham of Brigham Young placed second in the boys’ 800-meter run and the Cougars swept both 400-meter hurdles titles. The women’s winner was Brenna Porter in 58.20 seconds and Colten Yardley won the men’s title in 52.18 seconds.The women’s high jump title was won by Brigham Young’s Andrea Stapleton with a leap of 5 feet and 9-75 inches. Her teammate, Ellyana Long placed second.In the women’s pole vault, Brigham Young’s Sierra Hansen won the women’s pole vault crown with a leap of 13-01.75 feet.The men’s long jump title was also won by a Cougar as Tomi Adegoke had a leap of 24-07.25 feet.Finally, the Cougars also won the men’s shot put title with Jefferson Jarvis posting a toss of 57-06.5o feet Tags: BYU/Sacramento State/Utah Written by Brad Jameslast_img read more

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail(Sandy, UT)  —  Real Salt Lake midfielder Damir Kreilach is the MLS Player of the Week after notching a hat trick in Saturday’s 6-2 win over the L.A. Galaxy.RSL is riding a three-game win streak and is off this weekend.  They’re fourth place in the West with 44 points. Tags: Damir Kreilach/MLS/MLS Player of the Week/Real Salt Lake/Soccer September 7, 2018 /Sports News – Local RSL’s Kreilach Named MLS Player Of The Week Robert Lovell Written bylast_img read more

first_img Written by November 9, 2018 /Sports News – Local Dixie State Football Ends Season By Visiting Adams State Brad James FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailALAMOSA, Colo.-Saturday, Dixie State football concludes its 2018 campaign by visiting Adams State to battle the Grizzlies in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference play.The 6-4 (6-3) Trailblazers are tied 4-4 all-time against the Grizzlies, but only 1-3 at Alamosa, Colo. where this game will be.The Grizzlies boast the best passing offense in NCAA Division II as they amass 337.7 yards per game in the air.Adams State is led by star signal-caller Nick Rooney, who has completed 237 of 378 passes (62.7 percent) for 2,755 yards, 30 TD’s/11 INT’s. Rooney is 11th nationally in passing yards and his 30 scoring tosses are third nationally.Rooney’s best receiver is Chad Hovasse who is first nationally with 19 scoring receptions while his 99 catches rank second in the RMAC. He is also second in the nation in receiving yards with 1,268 yards.The Grizzlies’ leading tailback is Tyree Harris, who ranks 18th nationally with 1,078 yards and he has also added 10 rushing scores on the season.Defensively, however, is where the Grizzlies have struggled. Adams State comes into this game with a record of 4-6 (4-5 in RMAC play) primarily because the Grizzlies give up 51.9 points per game and 508.5 yards per contest.With Trailblazers QB Michael Sanders coming into this game on a hot streak, having exceeded 500 passing yards in two of the past three games, the Dixie State offense should excel again.After passing for a career-best 553 yards and five touchdowns in a 52-45 upset of Colorado School of Mines November 3, Sanders was named as the RMAC and D2football.com National Offensive Player of the Week. This was Dixie State’s first victory over a Top 10 opponent in the program’s NCAA Division II history.Dixie State senior defensive lineman Remington Kelly, per a Wednesday announcement, was named to the RMAC Football All-Academic team for the second consecutive year, as he sports a 3.612 GPA.The Trailblazers’ defense also leads the RMAC with 36 sacks on the season.Trailblazers star tailback Sei-J Lauago is also only 52 yards away from surpassing DeJon Coleman as the leading rusher in school history. Lauago currently has 1,670 yards on the ground as he closes in on Coleman’s present record of 1,721 rushing yards. Tags: Adams State/Chad Hovasse/Colorado School of Mines/Dixie State Football/Grizzlies/Michael Sanders/NCAA Division II/Nick Rooney/Remington Kelly/Sei-J Lauago/Trailblazers/Tyree Harrislast_img read more

first_img Written by February 8, 2019 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 2/7/19 Beau Lundcenter_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Thursday’s sports events:NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONIndiana 116, L.A. Clippers 92Orlando 122, Minnesota 112Toronto 119, Atlanta 101Oklahoma City 117, Memphis 95L.A. Lakers 129, Boston 128Portland 127, San Antonio 118NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUESO L.A. Kings 3, Philadelphia 2OT Florida 3, Pittsburgh 2SO N.Y. Islanders 2, New Jersey 1OT Washington 4, Colorado 3OT Carolina 6, Buffalo 5Ottawa 4, Anaheim 0Montreal 5, Winnipeg 2OT St. Louis 1, Tampa Bay 0Vegas 4, Detroit 3Edmonton 4, Minnesota 1OT Nashville 3, Dallas 2OT Chicago 4, Vancouver 3Columbus 4, Arizona 2San Jose 5, Calgary 2TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL(4) Gonzaga 92, San Francisco 62(12) Houston 77, UCF 68(20) Iowa 77, Indiana 72(25) Cincinnati 69, Memphis 64Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

first_img Written by November 19, 2019 /Sports News – National Female MMA fighter dies from brain injury sustained during bout FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailVeronika Ryabova/iStock(LONDON) — An amateur Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter has died after suffering a brain injury during a fight in the U.K.Saeideh Aletaha, 26, was taking part in a “Fast and Furious Fight Series” event in the city of Southampton on Saturday when she sustained a life-threatening brain injury.An ambulance was called to the city’s Central Hall venue shortly before 9 p.m. local time (4 p.m. ET), responding to a report that a participant at the event had collapsed.Aletaha was taken to Southampton General Hospital but died the following day, Hampshire police said in a statement.Lookborai gym, where Aletaha trained, said in a Facebook post that she was “a lovely character with a beautiful soul. Her dedication to the sport was 110% traveling miles every day just to train.”“This news comes as a devastating blow to us all at the gym and the whole community. Our thoughts and [prayers] go out to her family.”Members of a Crossfit gym, of which Aletaha was a member, posted an online tribute, saying “well-liked doesn’t do her justice.” It added that 30 friends had visited her in hospital before she died.The event’s organizers said their “thoughts of course go out to all family, friends and team mates,”“All competitors [are] prepared that they may be injured and this is something not expected to happen 99.9% of the time.“But, it can and … we make the environment as safe as possible with pre and post medicals from a doctor.”They asked anyone who needed support as a result of Aletaha’s death to contact them.Hampshire Police said in a statement: “We were called shortly before 1 a.m. on Sunday 17 November by colleagues at Southampton General Hospital informing us of a woman who was being treated in hospital for a life threatening brain injury.The woman, aged 26, died in hospital later that day.”Police said investigations into events surrounding the death were ongoing.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.center_img Beau Lundlast_img read more

first_img Associated Press March 5, 2020 /Sports News – Local John leads Weber St. past Idaho 72-64 Tags: Big Sky/Cody John/Weber State Wildcats Basketball Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailMOSCOW, Idaho (AP) — Cody John scored 21 points as Weber State defeated Idaho 72-64.Michal Kozak added 20 points and nine rebounds for the Wildcats. Jerrick Harding had 16 points for Weber State and Dima Zdor grabbed nine rebounds.Trevon Allen had 32 points for the Vandals, whose losing streak stretched to six games. Scott Blakney added 10 points and seven rebounds and Damen Thacker scored 10.The Wildcats improve to 2-0 against the Vandals for the season.last_img read more

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStockBy ABC News(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Monday’s sports events:NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUELA Rams 27, Tampa Bay 24Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund November 24, 2020 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 11/23/20center_img Written bylast_img

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY-Utah junior receiver Bryan Thompson has entered the transfer portal per news released Tuesday.In his Utes career, Thompson has amassed 33 grabs for 756 yards and four scores and has five net touchdowns.The 6-2 207-pound Thompson has averaged 22.5  yards per grab for the Utes during his collegiate career.2017 4-star WR Bryan Thompson has entered the transfer portal after totaling 33 rec for 756 yards and 4 TD at Utah @rivalsmike @RivalsWoody @AMarkhamRivals https://t.co/eqpAVSEgWa— NCAA Transfer Portal (@RivalsPortal) February 2, 2021 Brad James Written bycenter_img February 2, 2021 /Sports News – Local Utah Receiver Bryan Thompson Enters Transfer Portallast_img read more

first_imgCryopeak is a distributor of LNG in Canada and currently has a fleet of 16 tanks operating in Canada, as well as equipment and technologies for storage, regasification and fuel dispensing Cryopeak is a distributor of LNG in Canada. (Credit: PRNewsfoto/Cryopeak LNG Solutions Corporat.) Cryopeak LNG Solutions Corporation, based in Richmond BC, has completed  the largest ever delivery of liquefied natural gas (“LNG”) by truck in the Northwest Territories (“NWT”), with the shipment being delivered to a power generation facility in Inuvik. The facility is owned by Northwest Territories Power Corporation (“NTPC”), where natural gas is the primary fuel to support this northern community. The delivery is in line with the continued focus of NTPC to make low carbon electricity available across NWT. Moreover, it extends the longstanding relationship between Cryopeak and NTPC, where Cryopeak has delivered LNG reliably to Inuvik for 3 years.The shipment of LNG totaled approximately 18,000 gallons and was made possible by Cryopeak’s proprietary “Super B-Train” transportation trailer. Cryopeak’s mission is to provide LNG to remote locations in the most reliable, sustainable and economic manner possible. The Super B-Train and Cryopeak’s LNG production facility in Fort Nelson, BC, are critical pieces towards realizing this mission. Cryopeak primarily focuses its fuel delivery efforts on the mining and industrial heating industries as well as in support of power generation in remote communities through commercial partnerships that help their customers reduce carbon footprint, lower energy costs and maximize operational efficiencies.“It was an incredible journey, both manning the truck, and seeing how far Cryopeak has come in the ability to deliver clean, affordable and reliable natural gas to serve the region,” said Blair Mease, who drove the B-Train the 3729 kilometers from point of loading to delivery.The Super B-Train is designed with up to 70 percent greater load capacity than standard trailers operating in Canada today, improving LNG’s competitiveness as a fuel source for remote mining locations and communities. Understanding that transportation often represents the largest cost of LNG for customers, NTPC was eager to work with Cryopeak on this initiative.“The Government of the Northwest Territories is committed to finding ways to reduce the cost of living for its residents, and we continue to collaborate with the Northwest Territories Power Corporation to look for innovative solutions to do just that. This delivery – the largest delivery of liquefied natural gas this far north in Canada – marks an important step toward making lower carbon electricity available across the NWT,” says Katrina Nokleby, Minister of Infrastructure and Industry, Tourism and Investment.“We are incredibly proud of this achievement. It is the culmination of years of planning to deliver LNG in our Super B-Train to a community located 200 km north of the Arctic Circle and approximately 100 km from the Arctic Ocean. It’s a testament to the hard work and dedication of everyone in our Cryopeak team as well as the continued support and shared vision of our financial sponsor, BP Energy Partners,” said Aleksandar (Saša) Cook, SVP of Cryopeak. Source: Company Press Releaselast_img read more

first_imgThe three parties will jointly explore and evaluate LNG procurement strategies and the energy transition to hydrogen in the longer-term Keppel Data Centres, City Gas, City-OG Gas Energy Services sign MOU. (Credit: Keppel Data Centres Pte Ltd) Keppel Data Centres Holding (Keppel DC), City Gas and City-OG Gas Energy Services (City-OG) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to explore using Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and hydrogen to power Keppel DC’s Floating Data Centre Park (FDCP) in Singapore, which is currently in its exploration phase.[i] [ii]Under the MOU, the three parties will jointly explore and evaluate LNG procurement strategies and the energy transition to hydrogen in the longer-term. The parties will also deliberate on cold energy harnessing for the FDCP and share expertise on steam methane reforming. In line with Keppel’s Vision 2030, which places sustainability at the heart of its strategy, this collaboration is part of a Groupwide effort to study ways to create more energy efficient and greener data centres solutions so that the burgeoning needs of the digital economy can be met in a safe, reliable and environmentally friendly manner.Mr Wong Wai Meng, Chief Executive Officer, Keppel DC, said, “We are pleased to tap the expertise of the Keppel eco-system of companies – City Gas and City-OG. As industry leaders in technologies, such as the tri-generation LNG and steam methane reforming, our partners will provide insights which will enhance the design and envisaged operations at the FDCP to achieve optimal energy efficiency and reduction in carbon emissions.“The collaboration between Keppel DC, City Gas and City-OG broadens the efforts of the Keppel Group in reducing the carbon footprint of data centre operations. We are harnessing synergies across the Group to explore the development of the FDCP, LNG and hydrogen-powered data centres, as well as technologies such as carbon capture, utilisation and sequestration.”Mr Perry Ong, Chief Executive Officer, City Gas, said, “We are pleased to work with Keppel DC to support their FDCP project exploration. Leveraging our expertise in a comprehensive range of safe, reliable and clean gas solutions, City Gas is constantly exploring ways to further lower carbon emissions. We are already using natural gas in the town gas manufacturing process with a longer-term view of using hydrogen to further minimise environmental impact. We are thus eager to expand our green efforts in the data centre sector with this MOU.”“With our expertise in gas solutions and tri-generation, we are excited to be part of this collaboration, which will allow us to understand better how our know-how can be applied to the growing data centre industry. We look forward to further boost Keppel DC’s green initiatives at its FDCP.” said Mr Gio Lee, Chief Executive Officer, City-OG Gas Energy Services. Source: Company Press Releaselast_img read more