first_img Brad James Tags: Austin Carter/Beaver/Blue Mountain/Delta/Kapri Orton/Millard/North Sevier/Panguitch/Pine View/Track FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBLANDING, Utah-Saturday, San Juan High School hosted the Blue Mountain Invitational, featuring various schools throughout the Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network coverage area.The boys’ title was won by Grand, as the Red Devils posted 159.5 points, barely outlasting second-place Carbon with 152 points. North Sevier’s boys finished fifth with 61 points, Gunnison was sixth with 21 points and Wayne placed ninth with 12 points.For the girls, Carbon amassed 185 points to take the meet title, easily outdistancing second-place Carbon, as the Dinos had 109 points. North Sevier’s girls were fourth with 73.5 points and Gunnison was sixth with 29 points. Wayne placed eighth with 12 points.In girls’ individual events, Gunnison’s Jade Wimmer tied for first place with Shannon Baker of Carbon in the 100-meter dash, as they each ran it in 13.55 seconds. North Sevier’s Madison Bennett placed fourth in the event.Wimmer definitively won the 200 and 400-meter dash titles over Baker in times of 26.99 seconds and 1:01.28 respectively.North Sevier’s Angel Burgess placed sixth in the 100-meter hurdles, with Monticello’s Makayla Sheeran earning the title in the event in a time of 18.36 seconds. Sheeran also won the 300-meter hurdles title in a time of 53.11 seconds.In the girls’ 800-meter run, Wayne’s Felicity Williams placed fourth, while placing sixth in the 3200-meter run.In the girls’ high jump, Wayne’s Hannah Williams finished fifth, while in the long jump, Carbon’s Shannon Baker took another indvidual title with a leap of 15-7.The girls’ shot put saw North Sevier’s Kenzie Mason take the title with a toss of 32-9, while she placed second in the girls’ discus with a throw of 91-05.50. She also placed second in the javelin with a toss of 104-08 with her teammate, McCadey Goble, placing third in the event at a throw of 90-11.North Sevier’s girls finished second in the 4 x 100 relay, third in the 4 x 400 relay and second in the medley relay.For the boys, North Sevier’s Riley Ogden won the 100-meter dash in 12.07 seconds, while his teammate, Nolan Mickelsen was fourth in the 400-meter dash.Wayne’s Logan Stevens placed third in the 300-meter hurdles, while Benjamin Hill of Gunnison finished sixth in the 800-meter run.Adam Bunker of Monticello showed well, placing first in both the 1600 and 3200-meter runs.Hunter Higgs of North Sevier won the boys’ high jump crown, with a leap of 6-1, as Gunnison’s Garrett Francis placed fourth in the event.Gabe Wilcox of North Sevier finished fifth in the boys’ shot put, and Gunnison’s Traiton Beaumont placed fourth in both the discus and javelin.In the boys’ 4 x 100 and 4 x 400 relays, North Sevier placed third and finished second in the medley relay.ST. GEORGE, Utah-Saturday, various schools in the Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network coverage area competed at the Pine View Invitational, going against the perpetually strong Region 9.Desert Hills’ boys and girls, each a perpetual power, took the respective team titles.Nevertheless, several athletes in the Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network coverage area held their own.These included Beaver’s Austin Carter, who won the shot put title with a toss of 61-08.50 feet. Panguitch’s Kapri Orton also took an individual title, earning the high jump crown with a leap of 5 feet 4 inches.Additionally, Panguitch’s Kanyon Lamb placed fourth in the 110-meter hurdles and second in the 300-meter hurdles. Lamb also finished tied for third in the high jump.Additionally, Richfield’s boys placed second in the 4 x 800 relay with the team consisting of Daniel Dastrup, Hayden Harward, Jonathan Monsen and Chaz Roberts, running it in a time of 8:26.37.Panguitch’s Kapri Orton made the finals in the girls’ 100-meter hurdles, placing eighth overall in 17.25 seconds.In the girls’ 100-meter dash, Delta’s Dani Nielson placed fourth in a time of 13.30 seconds, beating several 4-A athletes in the process.Nielson also played a role in Delta’s girls’ placing third in the 4 x 100 relay, along with her teammates, Jordyn Nielson, Ashlee Nielson and Bridgette Christensen.In the boys’ 400-meter dash, Richfield’s Kade Jensen finished third, while in the girls’ 300-meter hurdles, Savannah Nielseon of Delta placed sixth.Samantha Williams of Beaver also had a stellar showing, finishing 5th in the girls’ 800-meter run, while in the boys’ 800-meter run, Jonathan Monsen of Richfield finished 7th.Millard’s girls finished sixth in the medley relay, with Brynley Anderson, Katy Kelly, Maria Josse and Payton Miller running a time of 4:38.60.Millard’s Turner Koyle placed fourth in the boys’ 200-meter dash, and Delta’s girls excelled in another relay, placing 8th in the 4 x 400, comprised of the same team as the 4 x 100. Delta’s boys also did well in the 4 x 400, placing 8th. This team consisted of Trey Brough, Jaymen Brough, Clint Tolbert and Dax Brough.In the girls’ discus, Delta’s Brinley Henrie and Bridgett Christensen placed eighth and ninth respectively and their teammate, Ashlee Nielson, was fifth in the girls’ long jump. Written by March 24, 2018 /Sports News – Local Prep Track Roundup: 3/24last_img read more

first_img Written by Barnes recently completed his first season on the Aggies’ staff and played an instrumental role in Utah State winning 28 games, the third-most in school history. Tags: Craig Smith/National Association of Basketball Coaches/Tramel Barnes/USU Men’s Basketball FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOGAN, Utah-Tuesday, Utah State men’s basketball director of operations Tramel Barnes was named as one of the Top 30 coaches under the age of 30 by the National Association Basketball of Coaches. Head basketball coach Craig Smith lauded Barnes, calling him “intelligent and personable,” asserting he [Barnes] “has a bright future in our profession.”center_img April 16, 2019 /Sports News – Local USU Men’s Basketball Assistant Tramel Barnes Named Top 30 Under 30 The Aggies also won a share of the regular season tournament and the Mountain West conference tournament. Associated Presslast_img read more

first_img Beau Lund FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailRonald Martinez/Getty Images(MIAMI) — Prosecutors have released new footage of UFC star Conor McGregor getting arrested at a Miami Beach home after allegedly smashing and stealing a fan’s phone outside the Fountainebleau hotel.The police bodycam footage shows McGregor calmly being led from a private home to a police vehicle, where he is handcuffed before getting inside.McGregor is facing one felony charge of strong-armed robbery and one charge of misdemeanor criminal mischief after allegedly getting into an altercation with Ahmed Abdirzak, who was attempting to take a photo with McGregor on March 11, prosecutors say. He has pleaded not guilty to both charges.McGregor was exiting a Miami nightclub at 5:20 a.m. when he encountered Abdirzak, police stated.McGregor “slapped the victim’s phone out of his hand, causing it to fall to the floor,” the arrest affidavit states. “The defendant then stomped on the victim’s phone several times, damaging it.”McGregor then picked up for the phone and left with it, according to police.Federal prosecutors released surveillance footage from the incident, which they say captured the altercation.In a statement to ABC News, McGregor’s team acknowledged the incident, saying McGregor “was involved in a minor altercation involving a cell phone that resulted in a call to law enforcement. Mr. McGregor appreciates the response of law enforcement and pledges his full cooperation.”Abdirzak filed a civil suit against McGregor that has since been dropped after reaching an out-of-court settlement, The Miami Herald reported.McGregor seemed to acknowledge the incident on Instagram the day after it occurred.“Patience in this world is a virtue I continue to work on,” McGregor wrote. “I love my fans dearly. Thank you all.”Two weeks later, McGregor abruptly announced his retirement on Twitter. “Hey guys quick announcement, I’ve decided to retire from the sport formally known as ‘Mixed Martial Art’ today,” McGregor wrote. “I wish my old colleagues well going forward in competition. I now join my former partners on this venture, already in retirement” Hey guys quick announcement, I’ve decided to retire from the sport formally known as “Mixed Martial Art” today.I wish all my old colleagues well going forward in competition.I now join my former partners on this venture, already in retirement.Proper Pina Coladas on me fellas!— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) March 26, 2019Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. April 19, 2019 /Sports News – National Conor McGregor seen in new bodycam footage getting arrested after phone altercation Written bylast_img read more

first_imgJune 19, 2019 /Sports News – Local Bees Sweep Doubleheader With Sounds Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail(Nashville, TN) — The Bees took home two wins on Tuesday. Salt Lake swept a doubleheader against the Nashville Sounds.The Bees won the makeup game 9-4 while winning the other 2-1. Salt Lake improved to 32-and-37 on the season.The Bees will host Fresno tomorrow for two games, one of which will be a completion of a game suspended on April 10th. Tags: Doubleheader/PCL/Salt Lake Bees Robert Lovelllast_img read more

first_img Written by Brad James Tags: Track FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailST. GEORGE, Utah-Friday, numerous Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network student-athletes competed at the Snow Canyon Invitational track and field meet in what will officially be the final UHSAA-sanctioned event before the minimum 2-week moratorium comes into play Monday.After Day 1 of competition, the girls’ leader is Hurricane as the Tigers have 12 points. Millard’s girls are respectably tied for third place (10 points) with Davis and Westlake. Delta is in 10th place with 6 points and North Sevier is in 11th place with 5 points.The current boys’ leader is Westlake as the Thunder has 16 points. Delta is tied for 7th place with Canyon View as the Rabbits and Falcons have 7 points apiece.Hope Preston of Davis (5:05.28) won the girls’ 1600-meter title. Millard’s Katy Kelly placed 22nd (5:31.66). Madelyn Christensen of North Sanpete finished 34th (5:40.48) and Ember Moat of Millard placed 39th (5:43:11).North Sanpete’s Rachael Jones placed 41st in the event (5:44.71), Paige Curtis of Delta placed 49th (5:51.86) and Aubry Cook of North Sanpete finished 52nd (5:55.61). Tamsin Stewart of North Sanpete finished 54th (5:58.74). Whytney Stoddard of Milford placed 68th (6:14.07) and Delta’s Brynnleigh Goodwin (6:21.62) finished 71st.Aimee Thurman of Millard finished 72nd (6:23.67), Milford’s Akaydeh Livingston placed 73rd (6:23.95) and Millard’s Imogen Cazares (6:31.25) finished 74th.Wayne’s Natalie Whipple finished 75th (6:39.50) and Nakomie Yardley of Beaver placed 76th (6:51.43). Sarah Barben of South Sevier (7:12.03) finished 80th. Beaver’s Myanna Vasquez finished 85th (8:07.33) and Makele Neuberger of North Sevier placed 87th (8:46.67).In the boys’ 1600-meter dash, Skyline’s Thomas Boyden (4:05.16) took the crown. North Sanpete’s Matt Hindes (4:51.21) placed 31st. His teammate, Orange Peel (4:53.34) finished 38th. Millard’s Michael Ralphs (5:04.13) placed 52nd and Keaton Hallows of North Sevier (5:05.70) finished 55th.Camden Moat of Millard (5:07.32) placed 64th and Wasatch Academy’s Ben Sparks (5:07.46) finished 65th.Ky Brown of Beaver (5:08.63) placed 67th, Millard’s Morris Maxfield (5:10.07) finished 70th. Kurtis Nielson of Delta (5:13.42) placed 72nd. North Sevier’s Kelby Bosh (5:17.18) placed 76th and South Sevier’s Blake Vellinga (5:19.36) finished 78th.Jason Cardon of Beaver (5:23.50) placed 81st with Millard’s Coleson Frisbie (5:30.48) and Marcor Maxfield (5:35.01) finishing 86th and 87th respectively.Camden Larsen of South Sevier (5:39.90) finished 90th and Delta’s Gage Smith (5:43.12) placed 91st.Beaver’s Koby Yardley (5:50.88) finished 92nd and Logan LeBaron of Millard (5:59.14) placed 93rd.North Sevier’s JJ Gurney (6:03.11) finished 94th, Beaver’s Taevin Hunter (6:04.29) placed 95th, Milford’s Brayden Fisher placed 96th (6:06.95) and North Sevier’s Gavin Baxter (6:24.94) finished 97th.In the girls’ 4 x 800 relay, Westlake prevailed with a time of 9:55.51. The Thunder’s squad consisted of Molly Jensen, Shelby Jensen, Makayla Pitcher and Alivia Scoresby.The boys’ 4 x 800 relay was won by American Fork as the Cavemen posted a time of 8:04.36. The Cavemen were represented in this event by Kooper Dibb, Nathan Jaster, Dylan Rawlings and Ashton Hysell.Millard’s girls won the girls’ sprint medley relay (4:31.02). The Eagles were represented by Kadence Koyle, Oakley King, Katy Kelly and Ember Moat in this event.In the boys’ high jump, which concluded Friday events, Westlake’s Owen Tenney (6-01.00) took the crown. Delta’s Britton Smith (5-10.00) tied for second with Jaxon Jorgenson of Canyon View. South Sevier’s Connor Peterson (5-06) placed 12th. Delta’s Jamison Bishop (5-04) placed 14th and Wayne’s Logan Chappell (5-04) tied for 27th with Dylan Samuels of Skyridge.Ky Brown of Beaver placed 30th (5-04) and Cameron Smith of Delta (5-02) tied for 31st with Skyridge’s Camden Larsen and Hurricane’s Daxston Dayley.Ethan White of Wayne placed 36th (5-02), Millard’s Jaedon Bassett (5-00) finished 38th and his teammate, Brant Stevens (5-00) placed 40th.In the girls’ 100-meter hurdles, Delta’s Savannah Nielson is the No. 6 seed (16.76 seconds) headed into Saturday’s finals.Delta’s Megan Atkinson is the No. 8 seed in the girls’ 100-meter dash (13.42 seconds) headed into Saturday’s finals.In the girls’ 400-meter dash, Adi Nielson of Delta (59.72) is the No. 2 seed. Millard’s Kara Camp (1:01.37) and Audrey Camp (1:01.72) are the No. 3 and No. 4 seeds respectively headed into Saturday’s finals.In the boys’ 400-meter dash, Delta’s Oran Finlinson (52.20) is the No. 5 seed en route to Saturday’s finals.In the boys’ shot put during Friday’s prelims, Beaver’s Treyson Harris (46-02.00) is the No. 1 seed headed into Saturday competition. Milford’s Christopher Keller (40-09.50) is the No. 6 seed and Jacob Robinson of South Sevier (39-11) is the No. 8 seed.The meet will likely resume Saturday. March 13, 2020 /Sports News – Local Numerous Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network Athletes Compete At Day 1 of Snow Canyon Invitationallast_img read more

first_img Written by Brad James April 27, 2021 /Sports News – Local Utah State Men’s Basketball Adds Nate Dixon As Assistantcenter_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOGAN, Utah-Earlier this week, Utah State men’s basketball head coach Ryan Odom officially added Nate Dixon as an assistantDixon comes to Logan following five seasons as Odom’s lead assistant coach at Maryland-Baltimore County.During his time at UMBC, in addition to helping the Retrievers upset No. 1 Virginia as a No. 16 seed in the 2008 NCAA Tournament, Dixon helped coach four all-conference selections.Dixon first teamed up with Odom at Charlotte, serving as the team’s technology and scouting assistant for four seasons.Dixon’s Division I resume includes stints at Wyoming (2010-11), Louisiana-Lafayette (2009-10), New Orleans (2007-09), Louisiana-Monroe (2005-07), Florida (2003-05) and Stetson (2001-03).HHe has also coached at NCAA Division II institutions, Lenoir-Rhyne, Queens (1998-2000) and Belmont Abbey (1997-1998).last_img read more

first_img Image: Frontier exploration farm-in agreed. Photo: Courtesy of Kristina Kasputienė from Pixabay. Beach Energy advises that it has reached an agreement with OMVGSB to acquire a30% participating interest in exploration permitPEP50119in the Great SouthBasin, offshore New Zealand.Under the agreement, Beach will acquire a 30% participating interest in the permit in exchange for funding a 30%share of the Tawhaki-1 well cost and the associated work program and budget. The estimated capital exposure is approximately $25million net to Beach.The transaction is subject to the New Zealand government and regulator approval. Following completion, Beach’s interest in PEP50119 will be 30%, with operator OMV holding a 52.93% interest and Mitsui E&P Australia holding 17.07%.TawhakiprospectThe PEP50119exploration permit contains the large Tawhakiprospectand other leads.Tawhaki is a basement drape structural trapwith up to 470km2under structural closure. The prospect is defined by modern, high-quality 3D seismic data and interpreted to have Cretaceous reservoirs of similar age and quality to the excellent sandstones encountered in Caravel-1, approximately 130km to the north in PEP38264 (Beach 37.5% and operator).The Tawhaki-1 well is planned to be drilled in early calendar 2020 by the COSL Prospector rig as part of a larger OMV-led drilling campaign Source: Company Press Release Beach will acquire a 30% participating interest in the permit in exchange for funding a 30%share of the Tawhaki-1 well cost and the associated work program and budgetlast_img read more

first_img Undisclosed bakken producer selected Cold Bore SmartPAD technology to digitise completion operations. (Credit: skeeze from Pixabay) Cold Bore Technology, a provider of fracking completion optimisation technology, announced that one of the largest oil producers in North Dakota’s Bakken Formation has integrated the company’s proprietary SmartPAD technology.The SmartPAD platform allows for ultra high-resolution operations data to be captured, analyzed and acted on in real-time. This results in higher levels of efficiency, increased transparency and a safer onsite environment for workers.Although it is currently deployed with fracking operators throughout North America, including six of the top 10 producers, these represent the first integrations of the platform in the Bakken region.“We’ve seen interest in our SmartPAD technology grow exponentially in the last 12 months and I’m very pleased to now have our first integrations in the Bakken which is the third largest U.S. shale oil field, behind Texas’ Permian,” said Brett Chell, President at Cold Bore. “We do expect further producers in the region to begin integrating the technology over the coming months as field results demonstrate the significant value of having real-time access to ultra high-resolution data.”Benefits of SmartPAD integration for producers include:Remote visibility of onsite operations in real-timeReduced downtimePrecise identification of average service operating timesIncreased pad efficiency and reduced completion costsMitigation of several major safety issues including trapped pressure, leaking valves and hot zone incidentsHow it worksCold Bore’s patented SmartPAD uses a combination of valve positioning, pressure monitoring sensors, field data collection systems and proprietary software to fully digitize completions operations.The monitored data sets drive an automated algorithm that tracks and records the start and completion of each activity carried out by multiple onsite service vendors – including frac, wireline, pump down and several others – down to the second. The real-time data can then be remotely accessed by those monitoring operations from anywhere in the world. The SmartPAD platform allows for ultra high-resolution operations data to be captured, analyzed and acted on in real-time Source: Company Press Releaselast_img read more

first_imgThe company plans to reduce its workforce in Thailand by about 25% due to the suspension of production at the Wassana oil field KrisEnergy suspends production at its Wassana oil field until further notice. (Credit: Pixabay/Keri Jackson) Singapore-based upstream oil and gas firm, KrisEnergy has suspended the production at its Wassana oil field in the Gulf of Thailand in view of the many uncertainties.The uncertainties cited by the company include speed of the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic, global economic regeneration and recovery in petroleum demand, and the magnitude and sustainability of any upturn in oil prices.The firm has commenced the oil production from the first development well in the Wassana field in the G10/48 concession in the Gulf of Thailand in August 2015.The oil field infrastructure consists of mobile offshore production unit (MOPU) and a floating storage and offloading (FSO) vessel.Gross production at Wassana oil field averaged 3,605 bopdKrisEnergy said: “Agreements with respect to the FSO have been terminated. The Company is in discussions regarding the warm-stacking of the MOPU with a skeleton crew and supported from the Songkhla shorebase.”In the first quarter of the year, the gross production at Wassana oil field averaged 3,605 barrels of oil per day (bopd) and KrisEnergy’s working interest production was 3,208 bopd.The firm owns an effective 89% working stake in the G10/48 concession while Palang Sophon Offshore holds the remaining 11% working interest.It is also planning to reduce its workforce in Thailand by about 25% due to the suspension of production at the Wassana oil field.Furthermore, the operations at the remaining producing assets that include the B8/32 oil and gas fields in the Gulf of Thailand and the Bangora gas field in Block 9, onshore Bangladesh will continue as usual, the company said.last_img read more

first_imgWith the vast majority of property searches now starting online, as reflected by the fact that most estate agents now receive the majority of their leads via website listings, many homeowners are now demanding that their properties are advertised on the main property portals, new research shows.A new survey of over 4,000 homeowners by Zoopla Property Group (ZPG) reveals that 94.2 percent expect their agent to automatically maximise the marketing exposure of their property, which includes listing the property on the major property websites.The survey, conducted earlier this month, found that almost nine in 10 homeowners would expect their property to be advertised on at least one of the major property portals, particularly Rightmove or Zoopla.More than 90 per cent of those surveyed confirmed that they conduct their property search primarily through property websites, with Rightmove most popular among those surveyed.Intriguingly, a large proportion of respondents – 41.5 per cent – stated that the property websites the agent advertises on is the single most important factor in choosing which estate or letting agent to instruct, suggesting that more homeowners are becoming more marketing savvy.Lawrence Hall (right) of ZPG said, “This latest data shows clearly that homeowners expect their properties to be marketed as widely as possible and that agents who choose not to are operating with one arm tied behind their back when trying to win instructions. It also shows just how far local print has fallen and property websites have risen in terms of importance with sellers in a relatively short period of time.”Meanwhile, ZPG has appointed Vin Murria as an independent Non-Executive Director, the company announced last Friday.Murria, who left her position as Chief Executive of Advanced Software Group earlier this year, will assume his new role from Wednesday 1st July.But while Murria, who has won various awards, including the coveted Quoted Company Entrepreneur of the year 2014, accepts her new job, Clive Rook, Managing Director of Rook Matthews Sayer, has decided to step aside from his role at another major property portal.Having helped guide Agents’ Mutual through the critical development and launch phases of OnTheMarket.com, Rock stepped down from his role as Non-Executive Director, as anticipated, at a recent AGM.Despite not seeking re-election in order to able to focus more time on his estate agency business in the North East, Rock insisted that his company “remains one of its [OnTheMarket] biggest supporters”.“I have very much enjoyed being a part of the Agents’ Mutual board,” he said. “I take great satisfaction in what has been achieved so far and remain firmly confident about the prospects for the business.”He continued, “From a standing start, OnTheMarket.com has, within its first four months, already become an essential destination for anyone searching for residential property. I have no doubt that its momentum will continue to grow as it challenges the established duopoly of Rightmove and Zoopla Property Group.”Lawrence Hall online marketing online platforms marketing online agents OnTheMarket OTM Zoopla June 25, 2015The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Marketing » Online marketing strategy vital for estate agency success previous nextMarketingOnline marketing strategy vital for estate agency successThe printing industry has been in decline in recent years as companies divert marketing spend from traditional print media to online platforms.PROPERTYdrum25th June 20150656 Viewslast_img read more