GoldLink Insurance Plc (GOLDIN.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Insurance sector has released it’s 2018 interim results for the third quarter.For more information about GoldLink Insurance Plc (GOLDIN.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the GoldLink Insurance Plc (GOLDIN.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: GoldLink Insurance Plc (GOLDIN.ng) 2018 interim results for the third quarter.Company ProfileGoldlink Insurance Plc is a life and general insurance company offering insurance products and services to the corporate and individual sectors in Nigeria. The company is licensed to underwrite both life and general classes which encompasses, among others, fire and special perils, motor insurance, life and pension, oil and gas, marine, aviation and travel insurance. Its product portfolio covers oil and gas constructions and operational activities; insurance of cargo, hull and marine machinery; liability insurance; aviation insurance as well as wide range of general insurance and life insurance products. Goldlink Insurance Plc also offers engineering insurance products for machinery consequential loss, erection all risks, contractors all risk, plants all risk, machinery breakdown, boiler and pressure vessel, computer all risk, electronic equipment, bonds, indemnity of share certificate, counter indemnity and professional indemnity insurance. The company was founded in 1992. Its head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Goldlink Insurance Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
My personal guidelines for picking UK dividend shares Renowned stock-picker Mark Rogers and his analyst team at The Motley Fool UK have named 6 shares that they believe UK investors should consider buying NOW.So if you’re looking for more stock ideas to try and best position your portfolio today, then it might be a good day for you. Because we’re offering a full 33% off your first year of membership to our flagship share-tipping service, backed by our ‘no quibbles’ 30-day subscription fee refund guarantee. Image source: Getty Images. This year has not been a good one for income investors. Many of the best UK dividend shares have been forced to cut their payouts. Things may be starting to look up, however. With Covid-19 vaccines already rolling out and the ban on banking dividends no longer in place, now may be the perfect time to invest for income.With this in mind, here are my personal criteria for picking the best UK dividend shares right now.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Watch your capitalMy first rule when looking for UK dividend shares, is making every effort to keep my initial investment secure. This means that while income is my main consideration, I also want steady growth in the price as well.In the UK, this effectively means I limit myself to the FTSE 100 when looking for income. I choose among the largest, most stable firms with strong brands, in industries I think are growing or at least around for the long run.On the company side, I want a history of strong fundamentals in its finances. This means year-on-year revenue and profit growth, and depending on the sector, not too much debt.Dividend yieldMy next criteria is the most obvious – dividend yield. In the UK, a dividend is paid on a pence-per-share basis. This means the yield is very much dependent on the share price itself. While in more stable times I consider the 3%–6% range a sensible one to look at, in today’s market I think we can do better.Just as with looking for growth, there are often bargains to be had. A company’s share price can drop because of a news story or trend that actually won’t have much genuine impact on its fundamentals. These are the time to ‘lock in’ good yields.Of course knowing the difference between these short-term sell-offs and fundamental problems is often the difficult part. Here good advice and a dose of healthy scepticism can be useful.Dividend growthMy last criteria for choosing UK dividend shares is looking for dividend growth. As dividends are paid on a pence per share basis, I would want to see the dividend payout itself increasing year on year. Something like 2% annual growth is enough to keep up with inflation at the very least. Preferably, dividend increasing as profits increased as well indicates the value the company has for its shareholders.Very much linked with this is consistency in the dividend schedule. Aside from the practicalities of being able to rely on regular payments, it is a strong indicator of a company’s ability to consistently offer the dividends I am looking for.The best UK dividend shares will show a pattern of usually four payouts, once a quarter, usually in the same months each year. This regularity can be a good indicator of the company’s ability to pay going forward. If it has never had to worry about finding cash for dividends, it hopefully will have little trouble doing so in future. Karl Loomes | Thursday, 24th December, 2020 Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares 5 Stocks For Trying To Build Wealth After 50 I would like to receive emails from you about product information and offers from The Fool and its business partners. Each of these emails will provide a link to unsubscribe from future emails. More information about how The Fool collects, stores, and handles personal data is available in its Privacy Statement. Markets around the world are reeling from the coronavirus pandemic…And with so many great companies trading at what look to be ‘discount-bin’ prices, now could be the time for savvy investors to snap up some potential bargains.But whether you’re a newbie investor or a seasoned pro, deciding which stocks to add to your shopping list can be daunting prospect during such unprecedented times.Fortunately, The Motley Fool is here to help: our UK Chief Investment Officer and his analyst team have short-listed five companies that they believe STILL boast significant long-term growth prospects despite the global lock-down…You see, here at The Motley Fool we don’t believe “over-trading” is the right path to financial freedom in retirement; instead, we advocate buying and holding (for AT LEAST three to five years) 15 or more quality companies, with shareholder-focused management teams at the helm.That’s why we’re sharing the names of all five of these companies in a special investing report that you can download today for FREE. 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“COPY” Projects Spain ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/20918/house-q-vaillo-irigaray Clipboard 2004 “COPY” Save this picture!+ 26 Share CopyHouses•Arce, Spain ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/20918/house-q-vaillo-irigaray Clipboard House Q / Vaillo + IrigaraySave this projectSaveHouse Q / Vaillo + Irigaray Houses Text description provided by the architects. Adaptation is key into abstraction mimetic. The green totally invaded the facade, and the house disappears: as a large magnifying glass focusing on a piece of grass. Save this picture!Internally an impluvium (water, light and oxygen) defines the organization, around which living gravitates. As in Alice’s house, it becomes a hole where golf balls slip.Project gallerySee allShow lessArt Pavillion / Cre8 ArchitectureArticlesGlobal Holcim Awards 2009 Winning ProjectsArticles Share ArchDaily House Q / Vaillo + Irigaray Architects: Vaillo + Irigaray Architects Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: CopyAbout this officeVaillo + Irigaray ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesHousesArceSpainPublished on May 12, 2009Cite: “House Q / Vaillo + Irigaray” 12 May 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021.
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ArchDaily Photographs: Adrià GoulaStructure:CODI EstudiTechnic Architect:Sergi MasaguéInstallations:Albert ColomerCollaborator Architects:Joan Arnau Farràs, Carme Muñoz RamírezConstructor:Tania Agut QuijanoArchitect In Charge:05AM ArquitecturaCity:ValldoreixCountry:SpainMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Adrià GoulaRecommended ProductsPorcelain StonewareCeramiche KeopeCeramic Tiles – BackEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesAlucoilStructural Honeycomb Panels – LarcorePorcelain StonewareApavisaFloor Tiles – RegenerationEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsText description provided by the architects. This project is half a home and half an exhibition space for contemporary artwork. The house is set in a way that avoids the presence of any neighbouring constructions, liberating an open space on the south side with a larger visual amplitude. CopyAbout this office05AM ArquitecturaOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesValldoreixSpainPublished on January 22, 2017Cite: “House in Valldoreix / 05AM Arquitectura” 22 Jan 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Email NewsLimerick should follow Cork over pedestrian bridgeBy Alan Jacques – October 16, 2016 1038 Previous articleKilcornan people are victims of their own politenessNext article‘Marshland’ thriller at Millennium Film Club Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Facebook Twitter Cllr Joe LeddinCllr Joe LeddinLABOUR Party councillor Joe Leddin has called for Limerick City and County Council to follow the example of Cork City Council in building a pedestrian and cycle bridge across the River Shannon.The Cork local authority has issued tenders to prospective contractors for a pedestrian bridge at a cost of €3 million that will link the older area of the city with the newly pedestrianised city centre.“With the future planned redevelopment of the Council-owned Cleeves site located beside the River Shannon, this area would prove an ideal location to construct a bridge that would not impede with port activities and also link pedestrians and cyclists directly into the heart of the city centre,” Cllr Leddin suggests.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “The planned riverside office development at the former ESB premises together with the proposed remodeling of O’Connell Street would fit neatly with a new pedestrian riverside access.“While I can understand the thought process around creating an iconic feature adjacent to King Johns Castle, the redevelopment of the Opera Site and the demolition of the existing Sarsfield House building will lend itself to creating additional footfall in that general area,” he explained.Cllr Leddin went on to say that the substantial difference in the costs associated with the new Cork bridge at €3 million and the proposed Limerick bridge at €16 million was also highly questionable.“Ultimately what people want is a functional bridge or indeed bridges for the costs proposed that can be easily maintained. If we want to facilitate alternative smarter travel options for people and visitors then improved and new infrastructure for cyclists must also be factored into our future city development plans,” he concluded.by Alan [email protected] Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Advertisement RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TAGSCleeves siteCllr Joe LeddinCorkLabour Partylimerickpedestrian bridge Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live WhatsApp Print Linkedin Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash
Nuccio DiNuzzo/Getty Images(CHICAGO) — Kim Foxx, the embattled Chicago state’s attorney whose office has come under fire for its handling of the Jussie Smollett case, has asked the local inspector general to look conduct an “independent review” of their investigation, she confirmed in a statement.The news comes the day after the city’s law department announced that they are suing Smollett to recoup the amount that they had to spend in order to cover the overtime of police officers during the investigation.Smollett’s case has sparked a firestorm ever since news broke of the Jan. 29 alleged attack. Controversy was further stoked when police alleged the incident was a hoax and ultimately when prosecutors dropped the charges against the actor.Foxx said that she “invited” the inspector general, Patrick Blanchard, to look into her office’s handling of the case, which involved the “Empire” actor’s claims of being a victim of a hate crime that police alleged was a hoax.“A former prosecutor, Inspector General Blanchard has been conducting independent inquiries for Cook County for over a decade,” Foxx wrote in her statement.“Ensuring that I and my office have the community’s trust and confidence is paramount to me, which is why I invited an independent review of this matter. I welcome this investigation and pledge my full cooperation and the cooperation of my office as IG Blanchard conducts his review.”The decision to review the case comes after the decision by the state’s attorney’s office to drop all 16 felony disorderly conduct charges against Smollett.Foxx said she recused herself about a week before Smollett was formally charged after consulting her office’s chief ethics officer about a phone call she received from Tina Tchen, the one-time chief of staff for former first lady Michelle Obama, asking on behalf of Smollett’s family about the status of the case. She said she later spoke to a relative of Smollett’s whom she would not identify.So the final decision to dismiss charges against Smollett fell on Cook County First Assistant State’s Attorney Joe Magats.Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson have blasted the decision to dismiss the charges.The FBI is reviewing the circumstances surrounding the dismissal of the criminal charges against Smollett, two law enforcement sources briefed on the matter told ABC News. The sources insisted it is not an investigation, but a “review.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
San Luis Obispo County Sheriff(NEW YORK) — Paul Flores, the man charged with murder this week in connection to the 1996 disappearance of his college classmate, Kristin Smart, made a brief first appearance in court via Zoom on Thursday.Smart, a 19-year-old freshman at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo disappeared in the early hours of May 25, 1996, after a party near school.Flores — who was arrested for murder on Tuesday — walked Smart home from that party, and previously was named the “prime suspect,” authorities said.Flores is accused of causing the teen’s death during an attempted rape, San Luis Obispo District Attorney Dan Dow said Wednesday.During Thursday’s court appearance, Flores’ attorney, Robert Sanger, requested the arraignment be continued until Monday and will enter a plea at that time.Flores’ father, Ruben Flores, is accused of helping conceal Smart’s body after the murder, Dow said.Ruben Flores was charged Tuesday as an accessory to the murder after the fact and appeared in court via Zoom along with his son on Thursday.Harold Mesick, Ruben’s attorney, also asked to continue the arraignment to Monday.Paul Flores will remain held on no bail and his father is held on $250,000 bail, the judge said.The father and son will return to court on Monday afternoon.Smart’s family said in a statement Thursday, “After nearly 25 years of waiting, today’s delay in the arraignment process was not unexpected or surprising. Make no mistake, we have begun the final quest to bring justice for Kristin. We know we are in good hands with the San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s office, and we will wait patiently for the process to commence.”Despite this week’s arrests, Smart’s remains have not been found, San Luis Obispo County Sheriff Ian Parkinson said.“We are not going to stop until Kristin has been recovered,” he said Tuesday.Smart’s family said in a statement Tuesday, “The knowledge that a father and son, despite our desperate pleas for help, could have withheld this horrible secret for nearly 25 years, denying us the chance to lay our daughter to rest, is an unrelenting and unforgiving pain.”“We now put our faith in the justice system and move forward, comforted in the knowledge that Kristin has been held in the hearts of so many and that she has not been forgotten,” they said.Dow said Wednesday that his office is seeking information from the public on other potential crimes committed by Paul Flores or his father.“Paul Flores was known to frequent bars in the San Pedro area from 2005 until the present day,” Dow said, asking anyone with information to call San Luis Obispo County Crime Stoppers at 805-549-7867.Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Message* The original property that sat on the Dune Road site last traded in 2000 for $4.35 million, according to Realtor.com. It was listed in 2011 for $34 million, but didn’t sell.In 2014, the 10,000-square-foot home was badly damaged by fire, triggering arson charges against former real estate agent David Osiecki.Feldman subsequently replaced the fire-damaged home with a new, modern mansion measuring more than 8,000 square feet. The property has seven bedrooms, four bathrooms and a pool, according to Zillow.The $50 million sale price makes it one of the bigger trades in the Hamptons of late. The average sales price for luxury homes there in the third quarter of 2020 was $7.7 million, up from $5.2 million in the same period the year prior, according to data from Douglas Elliman.Last September, a sprawling estate near Feldman’s home on Dune Road was listed for $72 million, making it the priciest public listing in the area at that time. (The tally doesn’t take into account off-market listings, which many wealthy sellers prefer.) The 8,000-square-foot home at 271 Dune Road was later pulled from the market and listed as a rental.The sale of Feldman’s property comes at a difficult time for the developer, whose firm is contending with a barrage of lawsuits from lenders and investors over allegations of defaulted loans and unpaid bills.The tumult at HFZ has shaken not only the company’s condo projects but also the lavish living situations of Feldman and his former business partner, Nir Meir, who abruptly left the firm in December. HFZ lender Monroe Capital is currently trying to eject Meir from his Hamptons home, claiming the former HFZ executive does not have authority to live there. A spokesperson for Meir refuted the claims, telling TRD last week that they planned to file a motion to dismiss the action.In November, Feldman listed his penthouse at the Marquand condominium in Manhattan for $39 million. A month earlier, he sold his 18,500-square-foot home in Englewood, New Jersey, after nine years on and off the market.Keith Larsen contributed reporting.Contact Sylvia Varnham O’Regan Full Name* Email Address* Share via Shortlink Ziel Feldman and 187 Dune Road (Getty, Google Maps)UPDATED Jan. 8, 8:40 am: Embattled HFZ Capital Group founder Ziel Feldman has sold his Hamptons mansion for $50 million, The Real Deal has learned.A source familiar with the matter said the property at 187 Dune Road in Bridgehampton sold in an off-market transaction that closed late last year. Page Six on Thursday night reported the buyer to be sports merchandise mogul Michael Rubin.Douglas Elliman’s Erica Grossman represented Feldman and Gary Cooper of Hedgerow Properties brought the buyer, the source said. The news was first reported by Hamptons Hot Sheet.Grossman and Cooper did not respond to requests for comment. Feldman also did not respond.Read moreHow HFZ became the face of Manhattan’s condo woesHFZ is behind on $160M in payments at the XI: lenderHFZ lays off staff as legal and financial problems mount Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink TagsHamptons real estatehamptons-weeklyHFZ Capital Grouptristate-weeklyziel feldman
Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailCEDAR CITY, Utah-Saturday, Delta’s girls track and field squad won the team title at the Cedar Invitational.The Rabbits amassed 101 points to earn the crown. Cedar placed second with 89 points. Beaver placed seventh (33 points), Millard finished eighth (32 points), Richfield placed 11th (15 points), North Sevier finished 13th (13 points), Milford placed 14th (12 points), Kanab tied with Hurricane for 16th place (4 points apiece) and Bryce Valley finished 18th (3 points).For the boys, Desert Hills took the team title (133 points) with Cedar placing second (72 points). Richfield placed third (66 points) with Delta placing fourth (62 points). Kanab finished 10th (24 points) with Milford placing 12th (21 points). Bryce Valley placed 13th (19 points) as Millard finished 14th (14 points). North Sevier placed 16th (11 points), Beaver placed 17th (5 points) and Valley finished 19th (3 points).In the individual results, Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network athletes who placed in the top 8 in their respective events appear in bold type.Girls MedleyDelta Rabbits 4:43.73 (Kaeshay Brough, Keelie Bunker, Meg Nielson, Brynnleigh Goodwin)North Sevier Wolves 4:56.18 (Alli Mason, Alaina Barney, Hannah Riggs, Avery Smith)Beaver Beavers 5:10.24 (Kinley Anderson, Brynlee Marshall, Dylann Quintana, Sadie Carter)Boys MedleyRichfield Wildcats 3:55.34 (Hunter Alger, Ethan Udy, Carston Jensen, Tyler Johnson)Delta Rabbits 3:56.17 (Trey Butler, Austin Loe, Hagen Nielson, John McLaws)Millard Eagles 3:58.32 (Dakota Maxfield, Hunter Rodriguez, Jacob Despain, Michael Ralphs)North Sevier Wolves 4:00.98 (Caleb Madsen, Ethan Fielding, Greyson Bennett, Kelby Bosh)Beaver Beavers 4:01.61 (Griffin Orton, Tate Gale, Jason Kerksiek, Jason Cardon)Milford Tigers 4:28.97 (Luke Finicum, Anthony Ruelas, Dylan Ferguson, Brayden Fisher)Enterprise Wolves 4:35.69 (Trent Williams, Michael Evelyn, Gage Hunt, Kevin Morrill)Girls 2 x 400 FinalsHurricane Tigers 1:50.92Millard Eagles 1:54.45 (Kara Camp, Oakley King, Kailey Thurman, Katy Kelly)Enterprise Wolves 1:55.45 (Alena Umana, Rachel Gardner, Kinley Koopmans, Lomani Taylor)Cedar Lady Reds 1:57.30 (Kayley Leavitt, Ashley Flanigan, Haylee Hobbs, Anna Hall)Boys 2 x 400 FinalsCedar Reds 1:32.39 (Tel Hirschi, Brenden Taylor, Kade Simmons, Mekhi Sobel)Desert Hills Thunder 1:39.83 (Brighton Bingham, Cordon Dell, Ethan Ford, Zach Ford)Hurricane Tigers 1:41.35Canyon View Falcons 1:42.99 (David Fife, Jack Cavlieri, Asher Groft, Taylor Hardin)Girls 3200-Meter RunSarah Ellis-Crimson Cliffs 12:25.90Kinley Spaulding-Milford 13:00.33Adelyn Crockett-Parowan 13:23.16Paige Curtis-Delta 13:30.81Kennis Borrowman-Pine View 13:59.51Karlee Thomas-Richfield 14:33.03Annalee Thompson-Richfield 14:54.89Jayden Griffiths-Parowan 16:59.02Boys 3200-Meter RunNathan Bowman-Kanab 10:30.93Cannon Anderson-Richfield 10:33.40Dawson Thelin-Enterprise 10:41.21Ben Amodt-Hurricane 11:02.17Mason Eardley-Crimson Cliffs 11:11.61William Jaussi-Crimson Cliffs 11:11.89Trevor Neilson-Canyon View 11:30.76Walker Brinkerhoff-Crimson Cliffs 11:32.82Girls 4 x 800Hurricane Tigers 10:15.02Cedar Lady Reds 10:35.35 (Olivia Webster, Carissa Hofeling, Anna Hall, Kailey Gilbert)Crimson Cliffs Mustangs 11:17.04 (Sarah Ellis, McKenzie Jepson, Hannah Kohler, Alex Young)Pine View Panthers 11:57.74 (Jenna Boyer, Laney Holt, Macy Brooks, Madeline Wright)Boys 4 x 800Dixie Flyers 9:27.99 (Reed Bigham, Glenn Butterfield, Aiden Kurtz, Carter Matthews)Girls 100-Meter HurdlesSavannah Nielson-Delta 14.95Darcy Jackson-Snow Canyon 15.51Zoey Bonds-Cedar 15.80Ebony Dodoo-Delta 16.63Melissa Crane-Richfield 17.77Kinley Spaulding-Milford 18.17Boys 110-Meter HurdlesBrighton Bingham-Desert Hills 16.69Britton Smith-Delta 17.19Weston Ballif-Dixie 17.21Logan Stilson-Cedar 17.67Gabe Voorhees-Hurricane 17.88Jesse Banks-Canyon View 18.13Elijah Sawyer-Canyon View 18.87Girls 100-Meter DashAdi Nielson-Delta 12.97Emma Bingham-Snow Canyon 12.98Kenya Rowley-Snow Canyon 13.26Lina Biasi-Parowan 13.55Kelsi Oldroyd-Cedar 13.56Drew Schwartz-Desert Hills 13.58Boys 100-Meter DashBret Beebe-Milford 11.75Brenden Taylor-Cedar 11.79Tyson Parker-Desert Hills 11.83Joshua Crandall-Desert Hills 11.93Cameron Smith-Delta 12.11Caiden Cooper-Dixie 12.22Luke Browning-Kanab 12.44Girls 1600-Meter RunCarissa Hofeling-Cedar 5:34.96Tayla Boyer-Desert Hills 5:42.31Maryann Lay-Desert Hills 5:50.46Kailani Zufelt-Desert Hills 5:51.74Abi Knecht-Snow Canyon 5:51.94Emilee Vick-Hurricane 5:52.79Shelby Smith-Hurricane 5:54.51Alex Young-Crimson Cliffs 6:01.14Boys 1600-Meter RunRichard Crane-Richfield 4:42.26Blake Bryan-Snow Canyon 4:46.39Spencer Smith-Snow Canyon 4:49.42Tyler Saunders-Richfield 4:49.57Daniel Varespey-Snow Canyon 4:51.37Keaton Hallows-North Sevier 4:51.75Ben Amodt-Hurricane 4:52.47Cannon Anderson-Richfield 5:00.18Girls 4 x 100Snow Canyon Warriors 49.72 (Darcy Jackson, Kristin Cook, Kenya Rowley, Emma Bingham)Delta Rabbits 50.63 (Jordyn Nielson, Savannah Nielson, Ebony Dodoo, Megan Atkinson)Canyon View Falcons 52.07 (Adysen Pace, Celsalyn Clark, Lani Hansen, Brylee Bergener)Desert Hills Thunder 52.84 (Alexis Patten, Drew Schwartz, Shaylea Brinkerhoff, Katelyn Earl)Hurricane Tigers 52.98Beaver Beavers 54.03 (Savannah Chadburn, Haylee Marshall, Kaydee Marshall, Haylee Erickson)Boys 4 x 100Desert Hills Thunder 45:31 (Jake Buckway, Joshua Crandall, Cordon Dell, Tyson Parker)Delta Rabbits 46.36 (Cameron Smith, Jyson Diaz, Oran Finlinson, Britton Smith)Cedar Reds 46.43 (Tel Hirschi, Brenden Taylor, Demario Warren, Kade Simmons)Enterprise Wolves 46.93 (Gabe Cook, Aiden Dougherty, Braxton Messersmith, Bryant Jimenez)Snow Canyon Warriors 47.18 (Brayden Jones, Bryce Ulloa, William West, Carson Nowatzke)Pine View Panthers 48.31North Sevier Wolves 48.56 (Caleb Madsen, Greyson Bennett, Ethan Fielding, Kamden Saling)Girls 400-Meter DashAdysen Pace-Canyon View 1:02.70Hailee Phillips-Snow Canyon 1:03.68Kara Camp-Millard 1:04.52McKenlee Mogensen-Cedar 1:05.38Jordyn Nielson-Delta 1:06.91Boys 400-Meter DashMekhi Sobel-Cedar 51.75Brandon Brown-Desert Hills 52.42Carston Jensen-Richfield 53.11Aidinn Wilson-Dixie 53.16Quinn Ohms-Canyon View 53.28Girls 300-Meter HurdlesHannah Stuart-Desert Hills 47.41Madison Slack-Hurricane 49.18Harmony Lopez-Canyon View 49.92Zoey Bonds-Cedar 49.97Ebondy Dodoo-Delta 50.00Boys 300-Meter HurdlesGabe Voorhees-Hurricane 42.31Cameron Curtis-Delta 43.51Hagen Nielson-Delta 43.65Ty Ottenschot-Crimson Cliffs 43.86Brighton Bingham-Desert Hills 44.10Jesse Banks-Canyon View 44.46Weston Ballif-Dixie 45.76Girls 800-Meter RunAdi Nielson-Delta 2:22.96Brea Bulkley-Snow Canyon 2:24.92Kenzee Gubler-Desert Hills 2:25.62Sydnee Dyer-Desert Hills 2:29.73Katy Kelly-Millard 2:31.01Addison Pettingill-Desert Hills 2:36.61Kailey Gilbert-Cedar 2:39.88Amelia Wooley-Desert Hills 2:41.15Boys 800-Meter RunRichard Crane-Richfield 2:06.47Miles Roberts-Bryce Valley 2:07.81Tyler Saunders-Richfield 2:08.07Blake Bryan-Snow Canyon 2:10.54Brenden Greenhalgh-Canyon View 2:11.13Nate Larson-Desert Hills 2:11.67Luke Ashton-Desert Hills 2:12.76Nathan Bowman-Kanab 2:14.01Girls 200-Meter DashJordyn Nielson-Delta 26.94Kenya Rowley-Snow Canyon 27.42Emma Bingham-Snow Canyon 27.73Liana Biasi-Parowan 28.57Hannah Stuart-Desert Hills 28.90Boys 200-Meter DashMekhi Sobel-Cedar 23.11Bret Beebe-Milford 23.42Joshua Crandall-Desert Hills 23.99Quinn Ohms-Canyon View 24.74Cordon Dell-Desert Hills 24.82Girls 4 x 400Delta Rabbits 4:19.26 (Paige Curtis, Ebony Dodoo, Kaeshay Brough, Meg Nielson)Cedar Lady Reds 4:26.24 (McKenlee Mogensen, Natalie Anderson, Megan Robinson, Anna Hall)Desert Hills Thunder 4:29.66 (Sydnee Dyer, Kenzee Gubler, Drew Schwartz, Hannah Stuart)Millard Eagles 4:30.29 (Katy Kelly, Oakley King, Lizzy Despain, Kailey Thurman)Snow Canyon Warriors 4:38.06 (Brea Bulkley, Hailee Phillips, Kenya Rowley, Darcy Jackson)North Sevier Wolves 4:54.89 (Karla McCoy, Abi Riggs, Ciarra Anderson, Hannah Riggs)Boys 4 x 400Richfield Wildcats 3:37.88 (Cannon Anderson, Richard Crane, Carston Jensen, Tyler Saunders)Desert Hills Thunder 3:39.63 (Brandon Brown, Nate Larson, Joshu Chappell, Karter Ence)Cedar Reds 3;43.81 (Maddux Waters, Colin Reed, Markham Hall, Mekhi Sobel)Snow Canyon Warriors 3:47.26 (Victor Elizalde, Bryce Ulloa, Matt Maclennan, Brayden Jones)Delta Rabbits 3:48.45 (Spencer Forsyth, Cameron Curtis, Hagen Nielson, William Finlinson)Valley Buffaloes 3:51.68 (Ben Cox, Bret Heaton, Gavin Hoyt, Layton Spencer)Millard Eagles 3:52.28 (Jacob Despain, Carson Brunson, Michael Ralphs, Dakota Maxfield)North Sevier Wolves 3:52.52 (Ethan Fielding, Kelby Bosh, Greyson Bennett, Keaton Hallows)Girls High JumpTylee Davis-Hurricane 5-02.00Lainee Leavitt-Snow Canyon 5-02.00Kelsi Oldroyd-Cedar 5-00.00Madison Philips-Desert Hills 4-10.00/Zoey Bonds-Cedar 4-10.00/Brynn Christensen-Crimson Cliffs 4-10.007. Brentlee Mineer-Parowan 4-10.00/Abbie Jaster-Snow Canyon 4-10.00Boys High JumpTyson Parker-Desert Hills 5-10.00Miles Roberts-Bryce Valley 5-10.00Caleb Cox-Desert Hills 5-10.00Colin Reed-Cedar 5-10.00Treyson Roberts-Bryce Valley/Oliver Larsen-Snow Canyon/Carter West-Pine View 5-06.008. Ty Ottenschot-Crimson Cliffs 5-06.00Boys Long JumpCaleb Cox-Desert Hills 22-05.00Spencer Forsyth-Delta 21-09.00Britton Smith-Delta 21-08.00Brenden Taylor-Cedar 21-03.00Bryant Jimenez-Enterprise 20-10.00Tyson Parker-Desert Hills 20-04.00Colin Reed-Cedar 19-10.00Dakota Maxfield-Millard 19-08.00Boys DiscusPeyton Williams-Desert Hills 168-01Faagalu Aetonu-Pine View 138-04Jordan Wilcock-Canyon View 136-10.50Sam Raddatz-Hurricane 134-00Michael Horton-Parowan 133-04.50Braeden Stein-Kanab 129-08.50Dustin Hart-Dixie 114-08Trayson Brown-Beaver 112-02.50Girls JavelinAspen Bergener-Canyon View 115-08Mary Degraffenried-Millard 115-02Dallee Cobb-Enterprise 110-10Kaydee Marshall-Beaver 107-07Katie Elison-Hurricane 101-09Brooklyn Syrett-Bryce Valley 100-00Sierra Terry-Enterprise 97-07Saylor Day-Delta 97-06Girls Shot PutShailee Bundy-Desert Hills 38-04.50Haylee Christenson-Delta 35-02.00Kaydee Marshall-Beaver 34-11.50Saylor Day-Delta 33.01-00Jaylie Roden-Canyon View 32-10.00Kaylee Hafen-Beaver 32-06.00Alli Mason-North Sevier 31-02.00JaLeana Tsosie-Milford 31-01.00Girls Long JumpKelsi Oldroyd-Cedar 18-09.00Zoey Bonds-Cedar 18-02.00Melissa Crane-Richfield 18-00.00Emma Bingham-Snow Canyon 17-03.00Tylee Davis-Hurricane 16-09.00Lina Biasi-Parowan 16-03.00Georgianna Arnell-Cedar 16-03.00Kara Camp-Millard 16-02.00Girls DiscusJaylie Roden-Canyon View 127-04Kaylee Hafen-Beaver 102-03Kamree Corry-Cedar 98-06Jenna Matthews-Hurricane 98-02Annie Bateman-Kanab 96-05Angeline Romero-Desert Hills 94-11Kaydee Marshall-Beaver 92-05Saylor Day-Delta 88-08Boys JavelinNaluwaia Loo-Crimson Cliffs 161-07Bo Hickman-Snow Canyon 153-03Aiden Dougherty-Enterprise 152-04Braxton Bond-Millard 149-08Dexten Draper-Crimson Cliffs 148-02Hunter Bentley-Desert Hills 143-09Kaden Lloyd-Desert Hills 140-11Seth Brinkerhoff-Cedar 137-11Boys Shot PutPeyton Williams-Desert Hills 55-01Braeden Stein-Kanab 50-05.50Seth Starr-Snow Canyon 44-05.50Ryan Chesnik-Desert Hills 42-09.00Eliot Corser-Cedar 39-06.00Carson Nowatzke-Snow Canyon 38-05.00Angel Ramirez-Delta 38-05.00Jordan Wilcock-Canyon View 38-01.00 April 25, 2021 /Sports News – Local Delta Girls Win Cedar Invitational Brad James