Share NewsRegional US deports over four hundred thousand criminals by: – December 27, 2012 20 Views 2 comments Tweet Share The United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE) has revealed that over four hundred thousand people have been deported from the country in 2012.The end of year removals as they are referred to by the Agency, highlights trends that underscore the administration’s focus on removing convicted criminals and other individuals that fall into priority areas for enforcement. In the fiscal year 2012 ICE’s Office of Enforcement and Removal Operations removed 409,849 individuals of Caribbean decent and other countries worldwide. Of these, approximately 55 percent, or 225,390 of the people removed, were convicted of felonies or misdemeanors – almost double the removal of criminals in fiscal year 2008. This includes 1,215 aliens convicted of homicide; 5,557 aliens convicted of sexual offenses; 40,448 aliens convicted for crimes involving drugs; and 36,166 aliens convicted for driving under the influence.With a view to focusing resources on the most serious criminal offenders, ICE also issued new national detainer guidance.This guidance limits the use of detainers to individuals who meet the department’s enforcement priorities and restricts the use of detainers against individuals arrested for minor misdemeanor offenses such as traffic offenses and other petty crimes, helping to ensure that available resources are focused on apprehending felons, repeat offenders and other ICE priorities. It is applicable to all ICE enforcement programs, including Secure Communities.“Smart and effective immigration enforcement relies on setting priorities for removal and executing on those priorities,” said Director Morton in a press release. “In order to further enhance our ability to focus enforcement efforts on serious offenders, we are changing who ICE will issue detainers against.While the FY 2012 removals indicate that we continue to make progress in focusing resources on criminal and priority aliens, with more convicted criminals being removed from the country than ever before, we are constantly looking for ways to ensure that we are doing everything we can to utilize our resources in a way that maximizes public safety.” Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Janet Napolitano also directed ICE to focus its resources on key priorities in all aspects of its immigration enforcement efforts.ICE did not specify how many of the deportees were Caribbean nationals.Dominica Vibes News Sharing is caring! Share
Share RelatedMarina issue remains unresolvedBy MARTHA McCLAIN Special to the PRESS Public use versus private membership in the Laguna Vista Marina was debated at a packed City Hall here Tuesday during a joint workshop between the Town Council and members of the Laguna Vista Recreational Association (LVRA), with both parties ultimately agreeing to bring-in their…April 14, 2017In “News”New marina lease under considerationBy MARTHA McCLAIN Special to the PRESS A 16-page proposed lease agreement, with a survey that provides meets and bounds of the 2.7 acre tract where the Town of Laguna Vista’s marina is located, is in the hands of members of the Laguna Vista Recreation Association Inc. The Town Council recently…May 6, 2016In “News”Meschi resigns council seatBy MARTHA McCLAIN Special to the PRESS Laguna Vista Councilman Gary Meschi resigned his Place Five seat here Wednesday. In his resignation letter, Meschi cited personal reasons for the resignation, but also said he could not work with a Council that did not make decisions in the best interest of the…July 14, 2017In “News” By MARTHA McCLAINSpecial to the PRESSA workshop to hash-out details of a new lease between the Town of Laguna Vista and the Recreation Association, which oversees operations of the local marina, is scheduled April 10 at 6:30 p.m.The meeting is open to the public, Mayor Susie Houston said. “We cannot have a private meeting. I believe everyone in Laguna Vista can attend,” she said.The proposed 25-year lease would require the association pay the Town $100 per month rent, construct a fence around the marina, pay for installation and fees for utilities including gas, electric, water, sewer and telephone.The current $1 per year lease agreement, signed by then Mayor Robert Moore in 1971, stipulates that the marina property “shall be for recreational and social purposes primarily for the inhabitants of the Village of Laguna Vista.”Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here.
REIMS, France:ItalY-based Reggae Girlz Allyson Swaby and Trudi Carter are both eagerly awaiting today’s FIFA Women’s World Cup game against Italy at the Stade Auguste-Delaune. The match, which gets under way at 6 p.m. (11 a.m. Jamaica time), will see the pair facing three of their AS Roma teammates and many others, who they have come up against during the past Serie A Femminile campaign. Swaby and Carter, two of only seven non-Italian players on the 24-member squad, helped AS Roma to a fourth-place finish in the championships alongside Italian internationals – defender Elisa Bartoli, midfielder Annamaria Serturini and third-string goalkeeper Rosalia Pipitone. Carter, who missed much of the season after recovering from a knee injury, admitted that this was the game that she was most looking forward to. “This is the game that I am really looking forward to, of course, because I actually play in Italy for AS Roma, so I know how they play and three of my teammates are actually on the team as well. I’m really excited about the game,” Carter told The Gleaner. Useful players Swaby, a mainstay in Roma’s backline all season, is also particularly excited to come up against her fellow Giallorossi and knows that her familiarity with the style of play and some of the players can prove useful for Jamaica.“I am looking forward to playing against some of my teammates and some who I have competed against in the past. It’s comforting to know the style that we are expecting to see, but also, they are incredible players, so that brings nerves into the game because I respect them all and I know how talented they are,” Swaby said. She added that while she has kept contact with her Italian teammates while here in France, they have not really been talking about their game against each other. “We haven’t really been talking about our game too much; we’ve just been comparing our experiences a little bit, but no real deep conversation about the game. We had been joking about it throughout the season, just the odds of Jamaica and Italy meeting in the same group with two Jamaicans on the Roma team. It’s really exciting and it feels like it has all come full circle this year,” Swaby smiled. The big defender also gave her opinion on whether she believes more of her Jamaican teammates have the quality to play top-flight, high-level international club football. “Yeah, of course. Making it to a World Cup is a huge achievement, and you don’t end up here by chance, you end up here because you are a great player, and so just based on that, I think all of our players have the potential to be on any team as long as they stay on the path that they are currently on and continue to develop,” Swaby said. Meanwhile, Carter, an Arnett Gardens native, said that playing in the World Cup and representing a top club in the world is a clear sign to every youngster in Jamaica and beyond that one’s background does not have to determine their future. “It’s amazing to grow up from the ghetto, where there is a lot of violence, crime, and people dying and everything, and to now be here competing at the highest level. I am extremely thankful and grateful. It really shows those little girls back in Jamaica that dreams come true once you believe and never give up,” Carter said.
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With Milan awaiting the CFCB decision with regards to their punishment for breaching FFP regulations and Juventus focusing on signing players for their defence for now, there’s not been much to discuss lately.Thankfully, and we use that term loosely, Il Bianconero decided to have a chat with a rapper named Rayden, who claims to be one of Alvaro Morata’s best mates, and what he had to say about the Chelsea striker’s situation was quite interesting.The Italian musician explained how he first met the forward, at a party hosted by Luca Marrone, where he was asked to perform with the whole Juventus team present.Embed from Getty ImagesThere he started chatting with Morata, and he says he quickly realised the former Real Madrid striker wasn’t like everyone else.Their friendship then seemingly blossomed, to the point where it’s now described as ‘brotherly’.As for what could happen regarding Morata’s future, Rayden said: “I saw him on Sunday. He doesn’t just love Juventus, it’s more than that. He left a piece of his heart here, which means when he returns, it feels like home. However, there hasn’t even been an official enquiry from Juventus for him, as they have other priorities. “If the waltz of the strikers (on the market) were to start, however, there could be some glimmer of hope, but now it’s difficult. Chelsea, at the moment, could be the minor problem: an operation spreading the fee over several years. He would then reduce his wages for Juventus, absolutely. The quality of life with a family and friends here, it’s no comparison to London. He’d very happily return to Turin.”If we are to take Rayden’s word, then Juventus have other fish to fry, meaning Morata isn’t their priority.Considering they already have Gonzalo Higuain, and Mario Mandzukic appears to be willing to stay for at least an extra year, spending €60m or so on Morata probably isn’t the wisest of moves.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this City-Building Game is a Must Have.Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndoSingles50Hong Kong: A 40+ Dating Site That Actually Works!Singles50Undo美術寶1對1香港媽媽們注意了，速來領取適合4-12歲孩子的繪畫課，手慢無美術寶1對1UndoCoworking Space | Search AdsThe cost of shared office in Hong Kong might surprise youCoworking Space | Search AdsUndoSmart Tech TrendSelf Adjusting Glasses Take Hong Kong by StormSmart Tech TrendUndo熱門話題生髮率無敵高！96%的禿頭都獲得改善！←這會不會長太多？熱門話題UndoLoans | Search AdsNeed a loan? Search hereLoans | Search AdsUndo The story surrounding Alvaro Morata’s potential return to Italy may have died down over the past week or so, but that doesn’t mean it’s disappeared entirely.
Page 1 of 3 Competent Goofball Dad 9,904 450 Next 2014 NBA All Star Logo New Orleans kpbl_design 0 2014 NBA All Star Logo New Orleans Link to post Prev Members Link to post Members Members Page 1 of 3 walkerws Share on other sites CrazyTex00 Share this post Link to post Link to post Graphic Designer 31 posts 450 Location:Indiana > Miami 290 Posted March 8, 2013 Share on other sites Posted March 7, 2013 Share on other sites 4,868 posts Members Link to post 4,868 posts Raider Nation 450 Members Location:Massillon, OH Favourite Logos:Kent State, Columbus Crew, Columbus Blue Jackets primary Members It’s not bad. More creative than the last few but it still needs some polish on it. Chawls kpbl_design Sports Logos Sign in to follow this Followers 1 Link to post CS85 Hosting big parties and events is what we do best. Not just the sporting events mentioned, but also the Sugar Bowl every year, Mardi Gras, Jazz and Heritage Festival, Essence Fest, Voodoo Fest (all every year), concerts, papal visits, and tons of conventions. I read this in a really loud voice.That said, you’re right; we do. BTW, you forgot the New Orleans Bowl. Isn’t NOLA the only city that hosts 2 college football bowl games annually?Not a bowl game, but Atlanta does the SEC Championship and the Peach Bowl in addition to the Chick-fil-a Kickoff games at the beginning of the season. They are in the running for the rotating championship site as well. Link to post Location:California 5 SportsLogos.Net Link to post Posted March 7, 2013 4 0 3,760 0 28 posts Share on other sites walkerws Share this post 666 Members 666 5,159 Posted March 7, 2013 Raider Nation New Orleans has become the new Florida for big sports events. It’s getting old. First the Super Bowl, Wrestlemania, now the NBA All-Star Game.Whatever happened to places like Minnesota or Washington? What’s up with this?No one wants to be in Minnesota or Washington in early February…? CrazyTex00 34 0 Prev 18,003 Location:Massillon, OH Link to post Location:Champaign, IL Posted March 7, 2013 Members raysfan24 Location:Effington 1 BBTV Share on other sites I was just using Minnesota and Washington as examples, but yeah, I suppose CS85 is right. It’s all about what the host city has to offer. Share this post By CrazyTex00, March 7, 2013 in Sports Logo News B-Rich MEANS Link to post Members Hosting big parties and events is what we do best. Not just the sporting events mentioned, but also the Sugar Bowl every year, Mardi Gras, Jazz and Heritage Festival, Essence Fest, Voodoo Fest (all every year), concerts, papal visits, and tons of conventions. 𝐋𝐄𝐓 𝐌𝐄 𝐈𝐍 29texan Forums Home 31,105 posts No. Orlando hosts the Russell Athletic Bowl (Tangerine Bowl) and Capital One Bowl (Citrus Bowl) Location:Massillon, OH Share on other sites 19,560 posts 29texan BrandMooreArt Share on other sites Old School Fool Share on other sites 3 Location:Columbus, OH Share this post Share this post 4 5,731 posts Obviously without color or a high-res image it’s not exactly the most appealing to the eye. The fleur-de-lis is jagged and I guess supposed to blend into the basketball shape, but eh.In regards to where it’s being hosted, this is no surprise. There’s a good reason New Orleans gets selected as a venue for hosting sports stuff: Proximity of venues to hotels, restaurants, etc. is hard to top. Members 2014 NBA All Star Logo New Orleans 0 Share on other sites 2 Share on other sites CubsFanBudMan This topic is now closed to further replies. walkerws Old School Fool BrandMooreArt 5,159 All Activity 3 Lionsault Location:California Posted March 8, 2013 450 Link to post Followers 1 Nice typeface, you muscle bound moron!!! 18,003 Share this post 1 In the case of the NBA, it really is that nobody bids. That’s why Houston just hosted again, and now New Orleans. Even Chicago hasn’t hosted it in the United Center, and it’s been open since 1994 and still is considered a top venue in the league. It’s more of a Super Bowl rotation than an MLB All-Star Game rotation.Also, many owners don’t bid because they can’t use All-Star Game tickets as a season-ticket holder perk like baseball does. The NBA controls too many seats to allow it. That’s why the Mavericks hosted theirs in Cowboys Stadium. Cuban said he wouldn’t do it unless his STHs could go. So there’s that… Members Link to post 46,552 posts 1,149 0 3,972 Share this post BrandMooreArt Link to post 10,452 posts 34 Posted March 7, 2013 (formerly, briefly CherryMX) CubsFanBudMan 5,731 posts Posted March 8, 2013 Lionsault 666 Link to post CS85 Share this post 296 posts Next 3 3,760 1,474 posts Member No. 14 450 Posted March 7, 2013 29texan Members Share this post 7,535 posts i actually like the logo a lot. flur and ball is expected but its all well done. Members 34 3,972 Share this post Posted March 7, 2013 raysfan24 walkerws 290 Members Location:Fort Worth Location:Fort Worth Link to post 3,972 399 3 3,760 3,760 Posted March 7, 2013 Share this post 1,151 Sports Logos 1,151 1 Share on other sites 1,151 2,565 posts Graphic Designer Link to post Location:Indiana > Miami 450 Share this post 18,003 Members Spors logos people, sports…..logos….. Share this post 9,114 posts Favourite Logos:Barcelona DragonsHartford WhalersUS Soccer RattlesnakeJoliet Slammers “J-Bird”NBA All-Star New Orleans Crawfish Hosting big parties and events is what we do best. Not just the sporting events mentioned, but also the Sugar Bowl every year, Mardi Gras, Jazz and Heritage Festival, Essence Fest, Voodoo Fest (all every year), concerts, papal visits, and tons of conventions. I read this in a really loud voice.That said, you’re right; we do. BTW, you forgot the New Orleans Bowl. Isn’t NOLA the only city that hosts 2 college football bowl games annually?No. Orlando hosts the Russell Athletic Bowl (Tangerine Bowl) and Capital One Bowl (Citrus Bowl)Although I don’t like to put Dallas and Fort Worth together, I guess you could say DFW does as well:- Dallas (Heart of Dallas Bowl)- Fort Worth (Armed Forces Bowl)- Arlington (Cotton Bowl Classic) 0 1,149 450 Location:New Orleans metro area Favourite Logos:”Tradition and simplicity; there’s a fine line between the two. You can’t manufacture tradition but you can empathize simplicity.” – John Viola 7,233 posts Hosting big parties and events is what we do best. Not just the sporting events mentioned, but also the Sugar Bowl every year, Mardi Gras, Jazz and Heritage Festival, Essence Fest, Voodoo Fest (all every year), concerts, papal visits, and tons of conventions. I read this in a really loud voice.That said, you’re right; we do. BTW, you forgot the New Orleans Bowl. Isn’t NOLA the only city that hosts 2 college football bowl games annually? 10,452 posts Share on other sites 0 Old School Fool walkerws Favourite Logos:Kent State, Columbus Crew, Columbus Blue Jackets primary Share on other sites Location:Old Metairie, LA Share this post Share this post 1 B-Rich Favourite Logos:Kent State, Columbus Crew, Columbus Blue Jackets primary 2 9,904 Members 666 399 Initialisms Suck Share on other sites 0 New Orleans has become the new Florida for big sports events. It’s getting old. First the Super Bowl, Wrestlemania, now the NBA All-Star Game.Whatever happened to places like Minnesota or Washington? What’s up with this?Don’t forget BCS National Championship and Final Four. 4 Chawls New Orleans has become the new Florida for big sports events. It’s getting old. First the Super Bowl, Wrestlemania, now the NBA All-Star Game.Whatever happened to places like Minnesota or Washington? What’s up with this? Posted March 8, 2013 Posted March 8, 2013 666 3 Share this post 1,589 posts Share on other sites BrandMooreArt 5 Share on other sites Share this post Members 10,452 posts 0 Phoenix is a bangwagon town Posted March 8, 2013 0 9,114 posts Link to post 399 450 29texan In the case of the NBA, it really is that nobody bids. That’s why Houston just hosted again, and now New Orleans. Even Chicago hasn’t hosted it in the United Center, and it’s been open since 1994 and still is considered a top venue in the league. It’s more of a Super Bowl rotation than an MLB All-Star Game rotation.Also, many owners don’t bid because they can’t use All-Star Game tickets as a season-ticket holder perk like baseball does. The NBA controls too many seats to allow it. That’s why the Mavericks hosted theirs in Cowboys Stadium. Cuban said he wouldn’t do it unless his STHs could go. So there’s that…Right. When the Flyers owned the Sixers, Ed Snider vowed never to ever try to host the event again after dealing with the league and having to deny tickets to season ticket holders and deal with all the other stuff that comes along with the game. Even though the Sixers have new ownership, the Flyers still run the arena and control what gets booked there, so I doubt Philadelphia will be bidding any time soon. Link to post Posted March 7, 2013 0 Posted March 7, 2013 3 Share this post Posted March 7, 2013 Share on other sites Posted March 7, 2013 0 Share on other sites 3,972 Minnesota and Washington might not have bid for this either. I remmeber that towns were losing out at one point 0 3,972 MEANS Share on other sites No. Orlando hosts the Russell Athletic Bowl (Tangerine Bowl) and Capital One Bowl (Citrus Bowl)ORLANDOOOOOOOOOO! 290 Link to post Favourite Logos:Logos designed: Toronto Maple Leafs / WCOH Canada / WCOH Team North America Location:Houston,TX 0 3,760 Members 1,149 http://cdn.fansided.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/94/files/2013/02/Screen-shot-2013-02-23-at-11.06.38-AM.png Sodboy13 Members Share on other sites 3,760 Sodboy13 3,972 450 Link to post All Activity Posted March 8, 2013 Members In regards to where it’s being hosted, this is no surprise. There’s a good reason New Orleans gets selected as a venue for hosting sports stuff: Proximity of venues to hotels, restaurants, etc. is hard to top.And when CS says “etc.”, he of course means “whores”. 5 Location:Columbus, Ohio Posted March 7, 2013 0 Share this post Old School Fool Recommended Posts 666 9,904 BBTV walkerws Sign in to follow this Share this post Go To Topic Listing Forums Home SportsLogos.Net 0 5,159 Sports Logo News Sports Logo News
OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Ravens appear set to welcome back their top cornerback to action as Jimmy Smith practiced fully for the second straight day on Thursday.Counting down to Sunday’s meeting with the Miami Dolphins, the Baltimore secondary is on track to be at full strength in a pivotal game in the AFC playoff picture. Miami ranks 28th in passing yards per game, but quarterback Ryan Tannehill is eighth in the NFL in yards per attempt, a reflection of how heavily the Dolphins have leaned on their running game this season.Miami could be without former first-round receiver DeVante Parker (back), but Smith’s return would help greatly in covering 2015 Pro Bowl receiver Jarvis Landry and vertical threat Kenny Stills. Smith missed the last two game with a back injury described as “muscular” by head coach John Harbaugh.“Hopefully, he’s back. I’m not going to say he is or not,” safety Eric Weddle said. “He’s looked good the last couple days, so let’s just hope he doesn’t have a setback. Obviously, you get one of your best corners back, it’s going to help you.”Guard Marshal Yanda (shoulder) and wide receiver Kamar Aiken (thigh) were full participants after sitting out Wednesday’s workout. Meanwhile, linebacker Terrell Suggs and center Jeremy Zuttah were given a veteran day off as has become routine in recent Thursday practices.Tight end Crockett Gillmore (hamstring), running back Lorenzo Taliferro (hamstring), and guard Alex Lewis (ankle) were once again absent from practice. Second-year running back Buck Allen also sat out with what was labeled a non-football injury, but he was seen in the building on Thursday.In addition to Parker, the Dolphins did not have center Mike Pouncey (hip) or linebacker Jelani Jenkins (knee/hand) on the field for Thursday’s practice. Left tackle Brandon Albert (wrist) and left guard Laremy Tunsil (shoulder) were limited participants for the second straight day and appear on track to return after missing last week’s game against San Francisco.Miami middle linebacker Kiko Alonso (hamstring) was added to the injury report as a limited participant.Below is Thursday’s full injury report:BALTIMOREDID NOT PARTICIPATE: RB Javorius Allen (non-football injury), TE Crockett Gillmore (thigh), G Alex Lewis (ankle), LB Terrell Suggs (non-injury), RB Lorenzo Taliaferro (thigh), C Jeremy Zuttah (non-injury)FULL PARTICIPATION: WR Kamar Aiken (thigh), CB Jimmy Smith (back), G Marshal Yanda (shoulder)MIAMIDID NOT PARTICIPATE: LB Jelani Jenkins (knee/hand), WR DeVante Parker (back), C Mike Pouncey (hip)LIMITED PARTICIPATION: OT Branden Albert (wrist), LB Kiko Alonso (hamstring), G Jermon Bushrod (calf), RB Kenyan Drake (knee), CB Xavien Howard (knee), DT Earl Mitchell (back), G Laremy Tunsil (shoulder)
126Quinton Redford (21-16) placed 4th and scored 9.0 team points.Champ. Round 1 – Quinton Redford (Wellington) 21-16 received a bye () (Bye)Quarterfinal – Quinton Redford (Wellington) 21-16 won by decision over Jagger Reese (Ulysses) 16-14 (Dec 10-4)Semifinal – Keegan Beavers (Rose Hill) 15-11 won by major decision over Quinton Redford (Wellington) 21-16 (MD 16-2)Cons. Semi – Quinton Redford (Wellington) 21-16 won by decision over Brogan Isley (Nickerson) 21-17 (Dec 13-6)3rd Place Match – Andrew Payne (Andale) 19-21 won by decision over Quinton Redford (Wellington) 21-16 (Dec 12-8) 145Trystan Johnson (9-20) place is unknown and scored 3.0 team points.Champ. Round 1 – Hogan Thompson (Pratt) 23-23 won by fall over Trystan Johnson (Wellington) 9-20 (Fall 1:51)Cons. Round 1 – Trystan Johnson (Wellington) 9-20 won by fall over Hayden Farmer (Towanda-Circle) 2-32 (Fall 0:42)Cons. Round 2 – Koen Schanz (Mulvane) 19-18 won by fall over Trystan Johnson (Wellington) 9-20 (Fall 0:43) Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter. 138Montana Heacock (13-15) place is unknown and scored 6.0 team points.Champ. Round 1 – Montana Heacock (Wellington) 13-15 won by decision over Gaige Russell (Mulvane) 8-9 (Dec 6-1)Quarterfinal – Samajay Alboyd (Larned) 28-10 won by fall over Montana Heacock (Wellington) 13-15 (Fall 2:15)Cons. Round 2 – Montana Heacock (Wellington) 13-15 received a bye () (Bye)Cons. Round 3 – Montana Heacock (Wellington) 13-15 won by fall over Cade Evans (Rose Hill) 7-8 (Fall 3:07)Cons. Semi – Juan Urbina (Ulysses) 27-12 won by fall over Montana Heacock (Wellington) 13-15 (Fall 1:16) Sumner Newscow report — Three Wellington wrestlers are advancing to the Class 4A state tournament in Salina this weekend on Feb. 22-23.Kenny Fehrman, a sophomore, advanced as the regional champion at 220 this past weekend in Pratt. He will be joined by Kanden Young, at 182, who placed second at regional, and Quinton Redford, at 126, who finished fourth.Wellington sent a group of six wrestlers to the regional in Pratt. It finished ninth out of 15 teams.The team scoring was as follows: 1. Pratt 187, 2. Scott City 164, 3. Ulysses 155. 4. Rose Hill 152, 5. Andale 104, 6. Clearwater 96, 7. Buhler 79, 8. Mulvane 78, 9. Wellington 64, 10. Hugoton 55, 11. Nickerson 43, 12. Hesston 32, 13. Larned 30, 14. Circle 30, 15. Wichita Trinity 20.The final tallies of each Wellington wrestler are as follows:113Brennan Cantrell (12-12) place is unknown and scored 4.0 team points.Champ. Round 1 – Brennan Cantrell (Wellington) 12-12 won by major decision over Drew Lugafet (Buhler) 7-15 (MD 9-0)Quarterfinal – Kyle Sackett (Rose Hill) 30-1 won by fall over Brennan Cantrell (Wellington) 12-12 (Fall 1:50)Cons. Round 2 – Brennan Cantrell (Wellington) 12-12 won by decision over Caleb Perkins (Mulvane) 6-17 (Dec 6-0)Cons. Round 3 – Gage Cooper (Nickerson) 34-9 won by fall over Brennan Cantrell (Wellington) 12-12 (Fall 2:37) 220Kenny Fehrman (32-5) placed 1st and scored 22.0 team points.Champ. Round 1 – Kenny Fehrman (Wellington) 32-5 received a bye () (Bye)Quarterfinal – Kenny Fehrman (Wellington) 32-5 won by fall over Bradley Briggs (Buhler) 21-19 (Fall 1:43)Semifinal – Kenny Fehrman (Wellington) 32-5 won by decision over Hunter Huber (Pratt) 23-20 (Dec 3-2)1st Place Match – Kenny Fehrman (Wellington) 32-5 won in overtime over Kyle Sherwood (Scott Community) 30-8 (OT 4-2) 182Kanden Young (31-9) placed 2nd and scored 20.0 team points.Champ. Round 1 – Kanden Young (Wellington) 31-9 received a bye () (Bye)Quarterfinal – Kanden Young (Wellington) 31-9 won by injury default over Abraham Garcia (Hugoton) 16-16 (Inj. 0:00)Semifinal – Kanden Young (Wellington) 31-9 won by fall over Cale Goodman (Scott Community) 24-14 (Fall 1:59)1st Place Match – Caden Blankenship (Pratt) 35-6 won by decision over Kanden Young (Wellington) 31-9 (Dec 11-4) Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? 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Region 2 floodingOver 460 acres of rice within the Sparta, Windsor Castle and Hampton Court backdams in Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) are currently affected due to excessive water. This was reported by Regional Vice Chairperson, Nandranie Coonjah, at the Regional Democratic Council’s (RDC) statutory meeting for the month of June.Coonjah in a report to the RDC stated that over 160 acres of low lands in the Sparta area and 300 acres in the Windsor Castle and Hampton Court areas are inundated due to poor drainage, compounded with heavy rainfall. This, she said, is affecting farmers in those areas as 18,400 acres of rice lands were already sown.Coonjah informed the Councillors of the RDC that farmers need help to drain water from the low lands.After the presentation of her report, Region Two Chairman and head of the region’s RDC, Devanand Ramdatt, said a team comprising engineers and officials from the National Drainage and Irrigation Authority (NDIA) visited the areas recently and inspections were conducted. Ramdatt said he had communicated with Agriculture Minister Noel Holder on the issues affecting the farmers and in response, the Minister said the NDIA would be repairing the Hampton Court sluice. Ramdatt said currently, the areas have three sluices, however, only one is operable, thus contributing to poor drainage.He however opined if the sluices are maintained then that could bring relief to the affected rice farmers.