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Zach Blurton worked his way from ninth starting to first at the finish of Saturday’s United Rebel Sprint Series feature at El Paso County Raceway. (Photo by Don Holbrook, Freebird Motorsports Marketing)CALHAN, Colo. (June 23) – Zach Blurton won his first feature of the year with the United Rebel Sprint Series as he bested a 19-car field at El Paso County Raceway.Nick Haygood and Brian Herbert brought the IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car field to the green with Herbert getting the jump on the initial start only to have it negated by a couple cars tangling in turn on. On the ensuing restart, Haygood jumped into the lead and held Herbert at bay for the first three laps before Herbert made his move to take over the number one spot.Herbert’s lead only lasted two laps before Haygood regained the front spot, only to get high a lap later, allowing Herbert back by and falling to sixth.In the meantime, the ninth starting Blurton was moving his way up through the field and was third by lap seven and took over second on lap nine.By lap 11, Blurton made his move to wrestle the lead from Herbert with Williams taking over third from Pearce one lap later. From there, Blurton cruised to the checkers leading Herbert by over two seconds at the end and also taking the Keizer Aluminum Wheels hard charger award.Ty Williams, Coby Pearce and Haygood rounded out the top five.Feature results – 1. Zach Blurton; 2. Brian Herbert; 3. Ty Williams; 4. Coby Pearce; 5. Nick Haygood; 6. Buddy Tubbs; 7. Shane Sundquist; 8. Ryan Ellinger; 9. Kevin Schramek; 10. Skyler Hughes; 11. Chad Salem; 12. Todd Plemons; 13. Nick Nichols; 14. Lonnie Cox; 15. Brian Hardman; 16. Kyle Johnson; 17. Travis Almen; 18. Aaron Ploussard; 19. Brad Wasson.
Photo © Pat Flynn Kilfeacle are through to the All Ireland junior Cup final thanks to a victory over Newcastlewest this afternoon.Two tries from Darragh Tracey either side of half time put Newcastlewest in the driving seat early onHowever, a converted try for Kilfeacle on 71 minutes put them back in control where they stayed until the final whistle. It finished 17 point to 14.
MASON CITY – For the second time this season, NIACC’s Mandy Willems has been selected as the Iowa Community College Athletic Conference women’s basketball player of the week for the week of Jan. 14-20.Willems, who prepped at AGWSR, scored 78 points, including 17 3-point goals, in the No. 5 NIACC’s three games last week where the Lady Trojans went 2-1. She scored 24 points against DMACC, 26 points against No. 10 Kirkwood and 28 points against Southeastern.Willems, who was also selected as the league’s player of the week for the week of Oct. 29-Nov. 3, also had 20 rebounds in the three games last week.Willems, who averages 22.5 points per game, has 88 3-point goals, which leads NJCAA Division II and ranks third on NIACC’s all-time single-season list.Both of NIACC’s basketball teams return to action Wednesday at home against Little Priest Tribal College. Game time for the women’s game in the NIACC gym is slated for 5:30 with the men’s game starting at about 7:30. You can hear both games on AM-1300 KGLO, kgloam.com and via the KGLO mobile app. TONIGHT:AM-1300 KGLO, kgloam.com, KGLO mobile app — NIACC vs. Little Priest Tribal College — women 5:30, men 7:30 DES MOINES — Drake will be out to win a third straight game on Wednesday night when the Bulldogs host Evansville. The Aces won the first matchup in double overtime in the Missouri Valley Conference opener. It was the game Drake lost senior Nick Norton to a knee injury.Drake coach Darian DeVries. After starting 0-2 in the Valley the Bulldogs have won three of their last four.Freshman guard D.J. Wilkins is playing a bigger role and is averaging just over 11 points per game. IOWA CITY — Iowa will honor former women’s basketball coach C. Vivian Stringer on Wednesday night when the Hawkeyes host Rutgers. Stringer coached the Hawkeyes from 1983-1995 and earlier this season posted her 1000th career win. Current Hawkeye coach Lisa Bluder.Now in her 24th season at Rutgers, Stringer has the Scarlet Knights off to a 7-0 start in Big Ten play. Iowa is 5-2 and part of a three way tie for second place. DES MOINES — Several schools from area conferences are ranked in the second Iowa Wrestling Coaches and Officials Association dual team rankings released on Tuesday. Looking at the top five in each class and the other schools:=== 1A1. Don Bosco2. Denver3. Lisbon4. Lake Mills5. West Sioux12. Central Springs15. West Hancock=== 2A1. West Delaware2. Solon3. New Hampton/Turkey Valley4. Davenport Assumption5. Union LaPorte City7. Clarion-Goldfield-Dows9. Osage13. Humboldt=== 3A1. Southeast Polk2. Waverly-Shell Rock3. Ankeny Centennial4. Waukee5. Fort DodgeYou can find the full list of rankings by clicking here. The Iowa High School Athletic Association also on Tuesday released regional duals sites for Classes 1A and 2A. The top two teams from sectional tournaments held on February 2nd will advance to the regional duals. In Class 1A, Lake Mills will be one of the sites. In Class 2A, Clarion and New Hampton will be two of the area sites. PHOENIX (AP) — Karl-Anthony Towns had 25 points, 18 rebounds and seven assists and the Minnesota Timberwolves rolled past the short-handed Phoenix Suns 118-91 on Tuesday night. Josh Okogie added a career-high 21 points for the Timberwolves, who beat the Suns for the second time in a row. AMES — It has been a long time since Iowa State has had the same quarterback start and finish a season. Brock Purdy hopes to change that. Purdy was inserted into the lineup as a true freshman in the second series of the fifth game at Oklahoma State and helped lead the Cyclones to an 8-5 finish.Purdy says as he prepares for his sophomore season he will take on a bigger leadership role.
Source = Niue Tourism The efforts of the Niue Tourism team paid off at the Bula Fiji Tourism Exchange (BFTE) last week where they were awarded ‘Best Booth’ of the event.Rather than enjoying relaxing time in the sun on their first free day in Fiji, the Niue Tourism team including Hayden Porter, Vanessa Marsh, BJ Rex and Susie Williams dedicated the day to collecting materials to decorate their booth.The team scoured the streets of Nadi for rocks, fernery and a picnic table and Vanessa even spent the evening hand weaving a traditional Niuean mat.The result was a booth that replicated one of the island’s most popular locations – Limu Pools. To complete the illusion, the walls and floor of the booth were plastered with a panoramic photographic image of Limu.Susie says, “The booth looked fantastic and I felt honored to be there representing not just Niue Tourism, but also the people of Niue whom I am sure would have been beaming with Pacific pride.”Susie commented that there was a “real buzz” around the Niue booth, both in terms of its design and about the destination. “We noticed a marked interest and knowledge from buyers about Niue compared to last year, particularly from leading Australian wholesalers as well as representatives from the UK and USA,” says Susie.“We also had a lot more formal requests for appointments than we did last year.”The team’s efforts were rewarded on the final day when they were announced as winners of ‘Best Booth’ and awarded the prize of a free booth space at next year’s BFTE. Niue Tourism Development Manager Hayden Porter says that they intend to use the free booth as additional space at the event to help create double the impact. Niue tourism team at Niue booth