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Nov 9, 2016

PREP CROSS COUNTRY: Flowers finishes eight at state meet

Carlinville finishers included Jason Landon, Samuel Mock, Charles Helton IV, Bailey Lippold, Briley Roper, Cale Williams and Grayson Armour. Roxana finishers were James Henseler, Cree Stumpf, Brandon Isom, Dakota Stumpf, Will Cotter, Devin Thomeczek and Jazz Richardson. Individually, Metro East Lutheran’s Javon Watkins finished 83rd in a time of 16:16 and East Alton-Wood River’s Brenden Springman was 143rd in 17:05. Class 3A In the boys 3A meet, xxxx GIRLS Class 3A Edwardsville placed 26th in the team race. Tigers runners included Abby Schrobilgen, Melissa Spencer, Jaycie Hudson, Abby Korak, Julianna Dterman, Maddie Miller and Victoria Vegher. Class 1A Marquette Catholic High’s Riley McVckery, a freshman ran to an 89th-place finish with a time of 19:37. She had advanced to the state meet as an indivdual out of the Metro East Lutheran Sectional Meet. Jersey’s Ben Flowers finished eighth in Saturday’s IHSA Class 2A Boys State Cross Country at Detweiller Park in Peoria. Report results by email at: [email protected] Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. comments powered by Disqus ... (Alton Telegraph)

Nov 3, 2016

PREP CROSS COUNTRY: Jersey's Flowers repeats as sectional champ

Bailey Lippold (27th in 17:11), junior Jason Landon (28th in 17:15), junior Charles Helton IV (32nd in 17:23) and junior Grayson Armour (45th in 17:36) scored for Carlinville. GIRLS Edwardsville Class 3A Sectional – Edwardsville scored 100 points to place third in the team standings at SIUE and earned its fourth successive state appearance. Minooka swept the top four individual places and won the sectional with 24 points. Yorkville (36) was second, followed by Edwardsville, O’Fallon (124) and Lincoln-Way East (154) as state qualifiers. The Tigers scored sophomore Abby Schrobilgen (13th in 19:46), junior Melissa Spencer (15th in 19:56), freshman Abby Korak (20th in 20:06), senior Julianna Determan (24th in 20:25) and sophomore Jayce Hudson (32nd in 20:33). Metro East Lutheran Class 1A Sectional – Marquette Catholic freshman Riley Vickrey ran fourth in 20:09 to qualify as an individual next Saturday at Detweiller Park in Peoria. Benton freshman Amelia McLain won in 19:48. Ben Flowers Report prep results by email: [email protected] Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. comments powered by Disqus ... (Alton Telegraph)

Sep 14, 2016

Margaret Flowers Rips Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank for Baltimore Corporate Welfare Project

Kevin Plank is the founder and CEO of the Baltimore based Under Armour. Margaret Flowers is a medical doctor and the Green Party candidate for U.S. Senate in Maryland. Margaret Flowers Plank also owns Sagamore Development Corporation, which wants to develop Port Covington in South Baltimore. And Plank wants Baltimore to pony up $660 million in tax breaks to fund the development. Kevin Plank Flowers wants to stop him. “Port Covington is the wrong project at the wrong time,” Flowers told Corporate Crime Reporter. “We don’t need to put the city into greater debt with the hope that it will be repaid at some date far in the future. We don’t need to spend funds on a new downtown when neighborhoods are failing.” “Baltimore needs to invest in some trickle up economics,” Flowers said. “If we are going to borrow money, let’s do it to benefit those who already live in our city and who are at the bottom. Let’s invest in high quality schools with career teachers and well-rounded programs. Let’s create community recreation centers that bring residents togeth... (Corporate Crime Reporter)

Feb 3, 2016

FIU Panthers making inroads with Miami-Dade players

Jacksonville First Coast 6-3 285 Isaiah Brown (CB) Tampa Bay Tech 6-1 165 Commitments Player/position School Ht. Wt. Zach Armour (TE) Cocoa 6-4 215 Jose Borregales (K) Booker T. Washington 5-11 180 Jadarius Byrd (CB) Jacksonville Ed White 5-10 167 Shakur Cooper (LB/DE) Coral Gables 6-1 210 Bryan Ditchman (OL) Lincoln-Way Central (Ill.) 6-3 295 Elbre Gaiter (WR) Westminster Christian 5-10 170 Ulice Gillard (WR) Orlando Lake Nona 6-2 205 Isaiah Hill (S) Tallahassee 6-1 190 Matt Kramer (DE) Lakeland 6-4 225 JoJo Louis (S) Bradenton Braden River 6-0 190 Shane McGough (OL) Tampa Gaither 6-2 275 Hunter Orem (QB) Lakeland Lake Gibson 6-2 200 Wyatt Panaccione (OL) Clearwater Countryside 6-5 285 Shawndarrius Phillips (RB) Delray Bea... (Miami Herald)

Feb 2, 2016

Bush to attend Jackson fundraiser, lists MS supporters

Mississippi even while dealing with a number of hurricanes in his own state." Bush's support list in Mississippi:Sidney Allen, Jr., JacksonMike  Armour, TupeloMorgan Baldwin, TupeloAustin Barbour, JacksonAnn Brock, RidgelandAnn and Rick Calhoon, JacksonCommissioner Mike  Chaney, VicksburgMarty Davidson, MeridianDan Davis, FlowoodJason Dean, MadisonDave Dennis, Pass ChristianTommy Duff, HattiesburgSpence Flatgard, RidgelandFormer State Sen. Merle Flowers, Southaven Hassell Franklin, HoustonFormer MSGOP Chairman Jim Herring, CantonPaula and Randy James, JacksonBill Jenkins, LaurelRhonda Keenum, StarkvilleHayley and John Lundy, RidgelandJulie and Bruce Martin, MeridianBen Moncrief, JacksonWalley Naylor, MadisonMary and Richard Puckett, RidgelandFormer MSGOP Chairman Clarke Reed, GreenvilleFormer State Sen. Charlie Ross, BrandonJoe Sims, JacksonJason Smith, LaurelClayton Stanley, CorinthFormer RNC Committeeman Billy and Mollie Van Devender, JacksonGeorge Walker, JacksonGloria Walker, Jackson Republican presidential candidate former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush shakes a cowbell prior to pre-game activities of the Egg Bowl, in Starkville, which features in-state rivals Mississippi State and Ole Miss. (Photo: Rogelio V. Solis/AP) Read or Share this story: ... (Jackson Clarion Ledger)

Jan 8, 2016

Texas lands OT Jean Delance, gains recruiting momentum

North Mesquite, gave Strong and Texas a needed push toward signing day by choosing the Longhorns over Michigan at the Under Armour All-America Game in Orlando, Fla. Delance, a top 100 prospect nationally, fills a position of need and could be in line to start from Day One at right tackle. His presence adds to a young core on the line that includes left tackle Connor Williams and guard Patrick Vahe, who each started last season as freshmen. Of the 13 commitments in Texas’ 2016 class, Delance is the highest-rated. He is the nation’s No. 90 prospect and the No. 10 tackle, according to 247Sports’ composite ratings, and he checks in at No. 13 on the American-Statesman’s Fabulous 55 list of the state’s top seniors. Two other linemen who have committed — guards Denzel Okafor (Lewisville) and Tope Imade (Arlington Bowie) — are three-star prospects. Just about every major program wanted Delance, including Alabama, Oklahoma and Ohio State. LSU joined Texas and Michigan in his top three. Moving the needle toward Texas was the possibility of early playing time and potentially a starting spot. At least two jobs are up for grabs next season with the losses of Taylor Doyle (center) and Sedrick Flowers (guard), leaving new line coach Matt Mattox with multiple lineup considerations. Kent Perkins can play tackle but might settle in at guard if Delance or Tristan Nickelson emerges as the guy at right tackle. Vahe could move to center — and probably will after veteran backup Jake Raulerson announced he’ll transfer. At any rate, Delance’s commitment is a positive s... (