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AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Cunningham’s interception looked eerily similar. It came on the third play after halftime and after a 31-yard return, gave the Griffins the ball at the 2. Los Al junior running back Chris Soto punched it in on second down for a 2-yard TD. Soto starred for the Griffins’ offense with 103 yards on 26 carries, but Mason and the Griffins’ defense truly keyed the win. “The quarterback looked where he would throw,” Mason said. “So you could see that, and that helped. But our coaches did a really good job preparing us this week. They always had us in the right spots.” Mason, in particular, seemed always to be in the right spot. Another interception was in his hands in the first quarter, but he dropped it. In the third quarter, he had a 23-yard interception return for a TD brought back because of defensive holding. Finally, with 3:05 left, he came up with another huge play, recovering a fumble at the Locke 21. After that, Locke didn’t get the ball back. Los Alamitos’ Everett Mason had an interception for a touchdown, and another pick by Logan Cunningham keyed the Griffins’ 14-6 nonleague victory over Locke at Veterans Stadium. Mason’s 20-yard TD interception came less than three minutes into the game and set the tone for Los Al’s dominant defense. “I’m pleased because we got the win,” Mason said. “We played hard, and we got to tighten up, though. We let their quarterback scramble around too much.” Locke’s quick quarterback Torry Harkness had a lot to do with that. He finished with 83 yards on 12 carries, and he threw for 80 yards. Locke (2-1) repeatedly had lengthy drives that came up short. On the one that scored, Harkness threw to David McBride for a 7-yard TD with 2:04 left in the first half that brought Locke to within 7-6. Soto frequently came up with key first-down runs for the Griffins (3-0). He accounted for nine of Los Al’s first downs and helped put the game away by getting a first down on fourth-and-2 with 1:33 to play. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Los Alamitos High’s offense was far from spectacular on Friday night, but so what? The Griffins’ defense was spectacular and made up for it.
department, the Provincial Department of Finance issued "issued in 2016 on the day before the difficulties of the masses of basic living assistance grant funds (the second batch) Notice", decided to allocated in 2016 the second batch of the difficulties of the masses of basic living assistance grant funds 1 billion 60 million yuan, used to co-ordinate urban and rural, poor staff support and temporary relief expenditures.
this year, winning the battle for the full power of poverty alleviation, the provincial Civil Affairs Department to actively implement the provincial government decision to deploy the 520 thousand poor people in the accurate identification of eligible families all included in the rural residents, the timely payment of cash funds guaranteeing the effective protection of the basic living problems of the masses, give full play to the role of rural fallback protection living in poverty alleviation work.
department, the Provincial Department of finance requirements throughout the financial, civil affairs departments should attach great importance to the difficulties of the masses of basic living assistance grant funds allocated work, strengthen financial management, the implementation of matching funds as soon as possible allocation of appropriated funds, strict implementation of social distribution requirements, conscientiously do the statistical work of capital payment, funds in a timely manner and distributed execution report to the provincial Civil Affairs Department, Department of finance.
Story Links The Bulldogs welcome two incoming freshman Liza Petushkova and Megan Webb. Petushkova was the 94th ranked International Tennis Federation junior player in the world and boasted a top-15 ranking in Russia. Last year, Webb was the top ranked 18U singles player in England and boasts semifinal performances in the 2016 Winter National Tour Grade 2 doubles and the Great Britain National U16 Junior Championships.Brills and Herder will highlight the Flight A singles draw for the Bulldogs, while Petushkova and Williams will be in Flight B, Webb in Flight C and Jaglarz in Flight D. Brill will team up with Petushkova in the Flight A doubles draw with Herder and Williams, as Jaglarz and Webb will be in Flight B. Action kicks off on Friday at 10 a.m. before continuing through Saturday and Sunday with play beginning each day at 9 a.m. Second-year head coach Mai-Ly Tran returns all six players from a year ago including 2016 MVC Individual Flight 4 champion junior Kenya Williams. Williams also won the Flight 2 Doubles MVC Individual title with senior Tess Herder. Other returners include MVC All-Select senior Summer Brills, senior Mela Jaglarz, junior Joely Lomas (Swansea, Wales) and sophomore Alex Kozlowski. Drake Invitational Draws DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University women’s tennis team opens its 2017 fall season by hosting Drake Invitational Sept. 15-17 at the Roger Knapp Tennis Center. The 10-team field includes Augustana (SD), Creighton, North Dakota, Northern Illinois, Northern Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska-Omaha, South Dakota and Upper Iowa. Following the Drake Invitational, the Bulldogs will travel to Minneapolis, Minn. for the Gopher Invitational from Sept. 22-24. Print Friendly Version