FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOGAN, Utah – Utah State head men’s basketball coach Craig Smith announced the addition of Ben Fakira, a 6-foot-10 center from Sydney, Australia, possessing a wing span more than seven feet.Fakira was the team captain at Barker College last season where he averaged 12 points and 10 rebounds per game, while shooting 60 percent from the floor and earning team MVP honors. Fakira was the team captain of the NSW Metro squad that captured a third-place finish at the U18 Australian Championships and the captain of his Northern Suburbs Basketball Association’s team that put together an undefeated regular season and finished second in the state. He also represented Australia during the 2015 FIBA Oceania Tournament, guiding his team to a gold medal in the U16 championship game.“We are pumped to announce Ben Fakira will be joining the Utah State Basketball family,” Smith said. “Ben has great character and a fantastic work ethic. He is a talented big man and at 6-10, 260 pounds, moves extremely well and has a high skill level. Ben has a motor and plays with physicality. He has tremendous feel for the game and really knows how to play.”Fakira will have four years of eligibility when he steps on campus for the 2018-19 season.Utah State men’s basketball news and information is available on Facebook (facebook.com/usumen’sbasketball) and on Twitter (@Aggiehoops). Fans can also get USU men’s basketball highlights on YouTube (youtube.com/utahstateathletics). Aggie fans can follow the Utah State athletic program on Twitter (@usuathletics), on Facebook (facebook.com/usuathletics) or on Instagram (@usuathletics). Robert Lovell Tags: Basketball/Ben Fakira/Utah State Aggies April 25, 2018 /Sports News – Local USU Men’s Basketball Adds Another Commitment in Ben Fakira Written by
If you have questions about Bald Eagle Month, call Division of Wildlife Resources offices in Ogden, Springville, Vernal or Cedar City. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail More information Bald eagles fly to Utah in the winter to find food and escape colder conditions farther north. By the time February arrives, hundreds of eagles are in the state. You can see the eagles, and learn more about them, during Bald Eagle Month. Matt Bartley, Wildlife Recreation coordinator for the Division of Wildlife Resources, says spotting scopes will be available at each viewing site so you can get a good look at the eagles. “If you have any challenges spotting the eagles,” he says, “our biologists and volunteers will help you find them. We’d also be happy to answer any questions you have.” If you’re coming from the north, you can reach the hatchery by taking Interstate 15 and exiting the freeway at the second Nephi exit (Exit 225). After exiting the freeway, turn east on state Route 132 and travel about 10 miles. About one mile before the city of Fountain Green, a Bald Eagle Day sign will point you to an access road that leads to the hatchery. Tags: Bald Eagle Month/Bald Eagles/DWR Get a close look Fountain Green State Fish Hatchery, located east of Nephi February is the best time of the year to see one of the country’s most iconic birds. Once you reach the hatchery, you’ll receive a driving map of the Sanpete Valley that highlights the best areas in the valley to view eagles. Literature, displays and bathroom facilities will also be available at the hatchery. Spotting scopes will be set-up at a nearby location where eagles often gather in a large tree. The viewing site is about one mile from the hatchery. Seeing the eagles is free. Spotting scopes will be available at the various locations, but if you have your own scope, or a pair of binoculars, please bring them with you. You can see eagles during the following days and times in central and south central Utah:F Rush Lake Ranch, 9600 North on the Minersville highway (SR-130). The ranch is about 12 miles north of Cedar City. “You need a telephoto lens to get good, close-up shots of the eagles,” Bartley says. “The eagles will be fairly close to the viewing sites, but you still need a telephoto lens to get good photos of them.” Viewing on Feb. 9 takes place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free tours of the Fountain Green State Fish Hatchery will also be offered. If you attend any of the events, dress in warm clothes and bring waterproof boots. Also, if you want to take photos of the eagles, bring a telephoto lens. Items to bring Written by Viewing on Feb. 2 takes place from 8 a.m. to noon.C You can also pick up a free Bald Eagle Month button. Robert Lovell February 1, 2019 /Sports News – Local February is Bald Eagle Month in Utah
Ocean City will play host to its annual “Old Fashioned Family Christmas” celebration on Friday (Nov. 27) — an event that involved neither malls nor mobs of bargain-hunters. Ocean City’s Downtown Christmas concludes with the illumination of City Hall on Friday, Nov. 27.The event takes place from 2 p.m. into the evening on Asbury Avenue between Sixth Street and 11th Street.The Ocean City Regional Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Merchants Association, Ocean City Tourism Commission and the City of Ocean City sponsor the annual celebration.Entertainers on the Avenue add to the holiday shopping experience starting at 2 p.m. The Christmas tree at City Hall (Ninth Street and Asbury Avenue) will be lit at 5 p.m. Then Santa will arrive in Ocean City and descend from the roof of City Hall with the assistance of an Ocean City Fire Department ladder truck. This dramatic entrance is a tradition that began in the 1960s.The festivities include:Show Stoppers (carolers and string band) strolling the Avenue from Sixth Street to Ninth Street from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.Fox Production Singers strolling from Eighth to 11th streets from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.Michael Hartman, Ocean City Theatre Co., 4 to 5 p.m. at City HallKeith Hickman, performing on City Hall Steps, 1:30 p.m.-4 p.m.Dean Duncan, Stilt Walker, strolling from 6-11th St., 2-5 p.m.Free Horse and Carriage Rides, 1 p.m.-3:30 p.m. from in front of City HallSanta, Gazebo Park, across from City Hall, 2-3 p.m., 5:15-5:45 p.m. (bring your camera)The Phillie Phanatic, 4-6 p.m. at City Hall.The downtown celebration continues with Small Business Saturday on Nov. 28. Downtown and Boardwalk merchants will celebrate the season by offering day-long specials. This is a national event sponsored by American Express and promoted by the Ocean City Chamber of Commerce for the day after “Black Friday.” For information, call (609) 399-1412.Other holiday events include:Nov. 28-29 — Breakfast With Santa: 8 a.m. till 11:30 a.m., Sat., 11/28, Jon and Patty’s Coffee Bar and Bistro, 637 Asbury Ave., Sun.11/29, Sunrise Café 1200 Asbury.Dec. 4 — Christmas Parade: This parade brings Santa to town, horse-and-buggy style. Route is from 6th to 11th St. on Asbury Ave. Parade starts 6:30 p.m. Afterwards, Santa will be located at the Park across from City Hall, 9th and Asbury Ave. He will pose for photos (bring your camera) and hand out treats. Downtown merchants, as the parade sponsors, invite bands, groups with floats, holiday-themed costumed marchers, local organizations, etc. to join the fun. This is an ideal opportunity to get exposure for your group or business before an appreciative crowd. For information, call (609) 399-6111 ext. 9283. Register at www.ocnj.us and click on events.Dec. 5 — Christmas Trolley Tour and Sing-Along: Join the Ocean City Historical Museum for a Christmas History Trolley Tour led by John Loeper with songs led by Dr. Richard Stanislaw. There will be a stop at the historic Snodgrass home on Central Ave. The tour ends at the Museum, 17th and Simpson Ave., where visitors will see a new exhibit, “Home for the Holidays: Christmas 1945” and be treated to holiday fare. Tickets are $20 for members, $25 for non members. Call (609)399-1801 for information. Dec. 5-6 — Breakfast With Santa: In the Downtown, 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. 12/5 Yianni’s Café, 841 Asbury Ave. 12/6 Arlene’s on Asbury, 624 Asbury Ave.Dec. 5-6 — Jay Eggly / Ocean City Train Show: Features large Garden Railroad Display on Music Pier Stage, 30 ft. Lionel display with working accessories in Solarium of Pier and vendors exhibiting and selling trains, train parts, holiday decorations, memorabilia and more. Repairs made on site by technician Dick Yard. Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat., 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sun. Admission: $3 for adults, $1 children 12 and under.Dec. 5-6 — Free Horse and Carriage Rides: Noon to 3 p.m., in front of City Hall, 9th and Asbury Ave. For information, call 1-800-BEACH-NJ.Dec. 6 — Joy to the World: The Ocean City Pops presents an orchestral and choral celebration of the glorious sounds of Christmas. Maestro Scheible and the Pops are joined by Heraldic Trumpets, Glorious Choirs, Dazzling Bells, featuring tenor Cody Austin. Showtime: 3 p.m. at the Ocean City High School Hughes Performing Arts Center, 6th and Atlantic Ave. Tickets $20, available at www.ocnj.us/boxoffice. For more information call (609) 399-6111.Dec. 11-13 — Swingin’ to the Holidays: 2015 Spectacular at the Music Pier, Moorlyn Terrace and Boardwalk. Presented by the Greater Ocean City Theater Co. An enchanting cast of professional singers and dancers will present a high energy, family-oriented, song and dance tribute to the holidays directed and choreographed by Michael Hartman. Through dazzling costumes, familiar songs and special effects, the show will kindle the holiday spirit as the magic of the season comes to life in a brand new musical journey through seasonal favorites. Tickets $18 general admission, $15 children 12 and under. Show times Dec. 11&12-7:30 p.m., Dec.13-2 p.m. Call (609) 399-6111 or visit www.ocnj.us/boxoffice.Dec. 12-13 — Breakfast With Santa: 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Sat. 12/12, Sunrise Café, 1200 Asbury Ave., Sun., 12/13 Jon & Patty’s Coffee Bar & Bistro, 637 Asbury.Dec. 12-13 — Free Horse & Carriage Rides: Noon to 3 p.m. in front of City Hall, 9th and Asbury Ave. For more information call 1-800-BEACH-NJ.Dec. 12-13 — Photos With Santa: Noon to 3 p.m. in front of the Music Pier. There will be a $10 charge per photo. For more information, call 1-800-BEACH-NJ. Dec. 13 — Angelus Chorus: The 65-voice Angelus Chorus will be featured in a program of traditional Christmas music and scriptures at the Ocean City Tabernacle, 5th and Wesley Ave. at 3 p.m. The chorus will be directed by Richard Stanislaw and feature tenor, John Taylor and the Tapestry String Quartet. Admission is free, offering received.Dec. 18 — Swingin’ to the Holidays: A Christmas spectacular by the Ocean City Theatre Company will be repeated at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. at the Ocean City Music Pier.Dec. 31 — First Night New Year’s Eve Celebration: REMINDER: Get your FIRST NIGHT ADMISSION BUTTONS NOW! for Ocean City’s Gala New Year’s Eve Celebration that provides continuous family entertainment from 4 p.m. until midnight capped by a fireworks display. Buttons are now available for $15 from www.firstnightocnj.com or by calling 1-800-BEACH-NJ. Buttons are also available at the City Hall Welcome Center, 9th and Asbury Ave. After December 15, buttons will be priced at $20.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Jasmine JosephNassau County police Tuesday identified the woman found dead in a parked car shortly after midnight in a Syosset parking lot as 22-year-old Jasmine Joseph, who had been missing for two weeks.Joseph, of Syosset, died of an apparent suicide, Inspector Kenneth Lack told reporters Tuesday during a news conference at police headquarters in Mineola. It appears Joseph inhaled a “noxious substance,” Lack said.The Nassau County Medical Examiner has yet to complete an autopsy on her body, but police came to that determination after Joseph’s body was discovered wedged between the front and back seats of her Nissan Altima. The car was discovered in the parking lot of a strip mall on Cedar Street and Jericho Turnpike, less than a mile from where she lived.Lack declined to say if a suicide note was found, and said Joseph’s motivations are still unclear.Investigators have yet to determine how long Joseph had been dead before Tuesday’s tragic discovery, but police believe the car sat there idly for “an extensive period of time,” Lack said.The position in which her body was in made her unnoticeable to passersby, police said.Patrol officers located the car but officers didn’t enter the vehicle until a robot deemed the car safe of any toxins.Joseph was last heard from on the afternoon of Feb. 24 when she told her parents that she was studying at New York Institute of Technology’s Old Westbury campus library.Police said Joseph stopped attending classes in October, but her parents were still under the impression that she was going to class.Lack said early on in the investigation there were some indications that she may have left the county. Joseph also happened to be driving one of the most popular cars on the road, which complicated matters, police said.Lack said police are still looking into her personal life but said “she was somewhat deceptive in her personal life, which made the investigation more complicated.” He specifically mentioned Joseph’s decision to hide the fact that she was no longer attending classes at NYIT.Police conducted an extensive search when notified of her disappearance. Police investigated phone records and examined her computer and even checked international flights.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 21-year-old man surrendered to investigators after allegedly crashing a car into a church in his hometown of Baldwin and then running from the scene over the weekend, Nassau County police said.Sherif Wheeler, who was admitted to a local hospital, was issued a ticket for driving without a license and leaving the scene of an incident with injury.First Squad detectives said that Wheeler was driving an Infiniti G35 southbound on Grand Avenue, when he lost control of the car and struck a tree, a fence and the Second Baptist Church at 4:25 a.m. Sunday.A 20-year-old man who was a passenger in the car was taken to a local hospital for treatment of injuries suffered in the crash. Wheeler initially fled the scene before turning himself in at the First Precinct station house, police said.Wheeler is scheduled to be arraigned March 23 at First District Court in Hempstead.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A “very aggressive” three-foot-long crocodile was found inside a cardboard box left in the parking lot of a Melville office building Tuesday, officials said.The unusual discovery was made at about 11 a.m. at 25 Melville Park Road following an anonymous call to the Town of Huntington Animal Shelter, according to Suffolk County SPCA Chief Roy Gross.The worker who took the call was suspicious at first, Gross said, because hoaxes are not uncommon in their experience. But when the shelter employee went to investigate the box in the parking lot of the industrial area, it had a crocodile inside it.Gross noted the crocodile was feisty, and difficult at first to corral. But the crocodile was safely captured and transported to the animal shelter before it was turned over to the Suffolk SPCA.Since crocodiles and similar reptiles like alligators grow at a rate of one foot each year, Gross believes the fanged crocodile is 3 years old.He speculated that its former owner had purchased the reptile when it was young but could not care for it as it grew older, and decided to abandon it. After several years as pets, crocodiles, like alligators, can become “very difficult to handle,” Gross noted.The Suffolk SPCA chief has been vocal in recent months about the risks of owning dangerous reptiles. Long Island has seen a slew of alligators over the past two years. This year alone, the Suffolk SPCA has received at least four calls regarding the crocodilian species—which includes crocodiles, caimans, and alligators. This is the first crocodile discovery Gross can recall in years, he said.Crocodiles and alligators are illegal to own in New York State. Suffolk SPCA Chief Roy Gross holding “aggressive” crocodile found in Melville. (Photo credit: Suffolk SPCA) The Suffolk County SPCA will be pursuing criminal charges, Gross said. If the person who left the reptile menace in Melville is identified and arrested, he or she could face charges of abandonment and endangering the public with a wild animal, which combined carry a penalty of one year in jail or a $1,000 fine. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation could also charge the person who abandoned the croc with possessing an illegal reptile, Gross said.A joint investigation by the Suffolk SPCA and DEC police officers has been opened, Gross said.The Suffolk SPCA is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever is responsible. Anyone with any information is asked to call the agency at 631-382-7722.Gross said if the person responsible had called his organization instead of abandoning the reptile in the parking lot he’d consider it amnesty and would not be pressing charges.“It’s unfortunate that people still get these animals illegally,” Gross lamented.
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Metro Sport ReporterMonday 22 Jul 2019 9:33 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link4.9kShares SPONSORED / Coming Next struggling Manchester United captain Harry… Comment Read More 1/1 Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Video Settings Skip Read More Saint-Etienne captain Loic Perrin on William Saliba ‘He blew up in the space of a year. The hardest part begins for him now. He doesn’t have many Ligue 1 matches under his belt. I hope this year will allow him to collect playing time so that he can leave ready.’ Advertisement About Connatix V67539 More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityArsenal also happen to be in America’s capital for their clash with Real Madrid and Aubameyang spent some down time watching his former club on Sunday night.The Gabon striker, who was with Saint-Etienne for three years at the start of his career, was seen catching up with former team-mates and coaches before and during the game.Lacazette and Ainsley Maitland-Niles accompanied Aubameyang to the match and pictures have been doing the rounds on social media showing the trio alongside Saliba inside the ground. 1 min. story Read More Read More Aubameyang remains a popular figure at Saint-Etienne, scoring 41 goals in 97 appearances for the club from 2011 to 2013 before joining Borussia Dortmund.Saint Etienne uploaded a video of the forward being reunited with several of his old pals before the game… William Saliba pictured with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette ahead of Arsenal transfer Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip Ad After Arsenal’s 3-0 win over Fiorentina at the weekend, Unai Emery insisted that he’s willing to wait to sign players of Saliba’s quality.‘Really I am with patience because we want to choose the best solution,’ he said when asked about the young Frenchman.‘Some players are very expensive and we are waiting for this possibility. We don’t want now to go to the second line of players.‘We are waiting. We have very good players. We have very good young players.’ by Metro Top articles Advertisement Emery added: ‘We are aware also that we need to improve some players in this squad but only, only I want to sign one, two, three or four players only if we can be sure they are coming to improve our team.‘There are a lot of names. The club is working, Edu is very close to me and Raul [Sanllehi]. We speak every day. Here we spoke with the Kroenke family.‘I want to send a message to all our supporters – we’re very happy to be here with a lot of Arsenal supporters and are very impressed – we are working and preparing and we want to make the best squad possible.‘Our ambition and motivation is with all the supporters.’MORE: Arsenal to make third transfer bid for Celtic star Kieran Tierney Full Screen PLAY Arsenal have won the race to sign Saint-Etienne star William Saliba (Picture: Getty)Photographs have emerged showing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette in the company of William Saliba during Arsenal’s pre-season tour of the United States.The Gunners have reportedly agreed to pay around £28million for Saliba and the 18-year-old centre-back will be loaned back to his parent club Saint-Etienne for the upcoming season.Saint-Etienne president Bernard Caiazzo confirmed last week that Arsenal had beaten Tottenham to Saliba’s signature and the France Under-20 international is expected to undergo a medical in the coming days.Ahead of his impending move, Saliba watched Saint-Etienne lose 2-1 to Marseille in Washington and Aubameyang was another interested spectator at DC United’s Audi Field.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT Read More
Justin Gregg was the $1,000 IMCA Modified feature winner at Junction Motor Speedway’s Mike Chapin Memorial Spring Thaw. (Photo by Bob Jones Photography)McCOOL JUNCTION, Neb. (March 18-19) – Once the green flag flew, Justin Gregg knew he had the car to beat in Sunday’s Mike Chapin Memorial Spring Thaw main event at Junction Motor Speedway.When the checkers came out, he had the $1,000 check to prove it.Gregg led all 25 circuits in the Fast Shafts All-Star ballot qualifier. Jacob Anson repeated his second-place showing from the Saturday feature and Jordy Nelson, Dylan Smith and Anthony Roth rounded out the top five.“I got lucky and started on the pole and knew on the first lap that we were going to be tough to beat,” said Gregg. “We were going through the corners really well.”The only caution came with four laps left and no one had anything for the leader after that.Travis Hatcher won the Saturday feature. Gregg was seventh in that race in a self-built Red Rocket, changing a couple springs and, after a call to Kyle Vanover, a shock before returning to McCool Junction the next day.Jarred Hackler was a double winner in a Red Rocket of his own, topping both Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod features.“Saturday, the track was nice and slick the way I like it and I was able to pull away from the rest of the guys,” he said. “I started on the pole both nights and was kind of shocked to do it. Usually I’m at the other end of the field. Sunday I got a good start of a nice, smooth track. That’s where my team excels.”Six-time and defending national champion Mike Nichols won both IMCA Sunoco Stock Car features, career checkers number 429 and 430 in the class, and Roy Armstrong swept IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock events.Denny Berghahn won Sunday’s Mach-1 Sport Compact main.March 18 Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Travis Hatcher; 2. Jacob Anson; 3. Anthony Roth; 4. Tyler Frye; 5. Dan Menk; 6. Josh Blumer; 7. Justin Gregg; 8. Sean Barragan; 9. Adam Armstrong; 10. Cale Carder; 11. Scott Smith; 12. Andy Wilkinson; 13. Dave Pedersen; 14. Philip Loseke; 15. Mike Lineberry; 16. Jim Mathieson; 17. Melvin Densberger; 18. Brandon Spanjer; 19. Jordy Nelson; 20. Tyler Iverson; 21. Steve Swarthout; 22. Micah Veleba; 23. Jeff James.Stock Cars – 1. Mike Nichols; 2. Jim Powell; 3. Shane Stutzman; 4. Casey Woken; 5. Mike Dancer; 6. Jim Hagan; 7. Kyle Wilkinson; 8. Kyle Dumpert; 9. Chad Bruns; 10. Tyler Phelps; 11. Nick Woodard; 12. Jason Wilkinson; 13. John Meyer; 14. Robert Hoing; 15. Cody Clark.Northern SportMods – 1. Jarred Hackler; 2. Matt Andrews; 3. James Kleinheksel; 4. Justin Svoboda; 5. Wade Gunnink; 6. Jacob Wolsleben; 7. Tyler Mark; 8. Derick Noonan; 9. Cole Wayman; 10. Herb Slough; 11. Lee Horky; 12. Austin Svoboda; 13. Edd Huxoll; 14. Bill Leighton; 15. Paul Donovan; 16. Jacob Olmstead; 17. Bruce Lang; 18. Kirk Beatty.Hobby Stocks – 1. Roy Armstrong; 2. Luke Wassom; 3. Zach Olmstead; 4. Nathan Refior; 5. Pete Beaumont; 6. Tanner Jones; 7. Kenny Roberts; 8. Brent Jochum; 9. Cameron Wilkinson; 10. Brandon Wergin; 11. Jacob Hagan; 12. Terry Tritt; 13. Hunter Wergin; 14. Wade Wagenblast; 15. Tadd Newill; 16. Brady Larkins; 17. Steve Shepard.March 19 Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Gregg; 2. Anson; 3. Nelson; 4. Dylan Smith; 5. Roth; 6. Hatcher; 7. Frye; 8. James; 9. Barragan; 10. Colton Osborne; 11. Lineberry; 12. Spanjer; 13. Wilkinson; 14. Iverson; 15. Menk; 16. Scott Smith; 17. Carder; 18. Veleba; 19. Armstrong; 20. Mathieson.Stock Cars – 1. Nichols; 2. Woken; 3. Powell; 4. Hagan; 5. Bruns; 6. Phelps; 7. Dumpert; 8. Tanner Pettitt; 9. Woodard; 10. Jed Williams; 11. Dancer; 12. Hoing; 13. Stutzman; 14. Clark.Northern SportMods – 1. Hackler; 2. Brian Barber; 3. Austin Svoboda; 4. Horky; 5. Huxoll; 6. Mark; 7. Andrews; 8. Scott Styskal; 9. Kleinheksel; 10. Wolsleben; 11. Rocky Zimmerman; 12. Leighton; 13. Gunnar Pike; 14. Noonan; 15. Donovan; 16. Travis Patterson; 17. Gunnink; 18. Slough; 19. Justin Svoboda; 20. Kevin Kloke.Hobby Stocks – 1. Armstrong; 2. Wassom; 3. Brandon Wergin; 4. Olmstead; 5. Larkins; 6. Refior; 7. Tritt; 8. Jones; 9. Beaumont; 10. Kyle Hein; 11. Roberts; 12. Wagenblast; 13. Hagan; 14. Hunter Wergin; 15. Newill.Sport Compacts – 1. Denny Berghahn; 2. Tyler Thompson; 3. Jake Newson; 4. Dillon Richards; 5. Kyle Owen; 6. Drake Bohlmeyer; 7. Travis Thelander; 8. Brooke Fluckiger; 9. Bryan Vannausdle; 10. David Norquest; 11. Jim Buss; 12. Justin Brown; 13. Shawn Hein; 14. Jeffery Scott; 15. Justin Schmidt; 16. Dustin Brethauwer; 17. Noah Boller.