Read also: Play it safeCOVID-19 task force chief Doni Monardo, who was also at the press conference, said that even with the health protocols, spectators would not be allowed in stadiums because there was no way to guarantee their safety.“There is a risk that [spectators] might have close contact with someone who has been exposed to COVID-19 at the stadium,” he said.Doni, who is also the head of the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB), expressed hope that soccer fans would enjoy the matches from home and adapt to the new health protocols.He also advised that fans of the game set an example for others around them.“Everyone in the soccer community should encourage two people every day to make behavioral changes in compliance with health protocols,” Doni said. The Soccer Association of Indonesia (PSSI) is set to restart competition in October with empty stadiums following months of zero play due to the COVID-19 pandemic.PSSI chairman Mochamad Iriawan said the plan received approval from the national COVID-19 task force, under the condition that strict health protocols are implemented by all parties involved.“We have devised health protocols with the help of a team of doctors and a research team at the PSSI, and we have allocated a budget for swab tests,” Iriawan said at a press conference on Wednesday. Topics :
Neighbouring New Zealand on Thursday said it has allocated extra funding of “hundreds of millions of dollars” to help secure access to a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as one is available.Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern declined to specify the total amount that will be spent on procuring a vaccine, citing commercially sensitive reasons.Last week, Australia signed a deal with British drugmaker AstraZeneca to produce and distribute enough doses of a potential coronavirus vaccine that Canberra plans to roll out cost-free to its population of 25 million.New Zealand reported seven COVID-19 cases on Thursday. Australia’s Victoria state – epicenter of the nation’s second wave of COVID-19 infections – reported its lowest one-day rise in new cases in nearly two months, buoying hopes a lockdown of nearly 5 million people has contained spread of the virus.Victoria said it detected 113 new cases in the past 24 hours, the lowest one-day rise since July 5. The state reported 149 infections on Wednesday.Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews said the results mean officials are now plotting how to ease restrictions when the stringent lockdown of Australia’s second-most populous city Melbourne is scheduled to end in September. Topics : “Hopefully soon we’ll see those numbers in double digits and we can have … a really clear discussion about what the back end of September looks like,” Andrews told reporters.Strict lockdown measures have helped ease the daily rise of coronavirus infections in Victoria after the state hit a one-day high of more than 700 cases about three weeks ago.New South Wales, Australia’s most populous state, reported nine COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, all locally acquired, and Queensland said it detected two new infections.Australia has now recorded nearly 25,500 COVID-19 infections. The death toll has risen to 572 after the death of 23 people in Victoria.
Loading… Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha has offered free accommodation to medical staff in his London properties as they treat patients with coronavirus.Advertisement Promoted Content9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo15 Celebs You Probably Didn’t Expect To Be CheerleadersCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayHere’s What Everyday Objects Look Like If Cut In HalfThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreHow They Made Little Simba Look So Lifelike in ‘The Lion King’8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth12 Movies That Almost Ended Their Stars’ Careers7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeBest Car Manufacturers In The World10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without Recharging The 27-year-old Ivory Coast international is the latest football personality to offer a free bed, following in the footsteps of former Manchester United star Gary Neville and Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich.Zaha, reported to earn £130,000 ($150,000) a week at the Premier League club, willingly took up the baton saying he had friends working in the National Health Service and he could provide accommodation for the hard-pressed staff who could not return home after their shifts.He has built up a property portfolio of around 50 properties in London, including in trendy Notting Hill. The flats are usually used by corporate clients but with global travel severely restricted there is not much call for them at the moment.“If you do good, good will come to you,” said Zaha cited in The Times on Saturday. “It is clear that my intentions are that all I want to do is help at every opportunity, especially in the crazy period we are going through.“Health workers please reach out. We have already had feedback – this is exactly what we wanted to achieve.”His business partner Obi Williams said they had already been contacted by staff at two London hospitals.“Anyone who can help and do their bit needs to stand up and help,” said Williams.Palace accomodation – Wilfried Zaha has offered medical staff free bed and lodging in his London propertiesRead Also: Man Utd, Man City unite to help Manchester foodbanksNeville, now a TV pundit, has offered free use of 176 rooms in two Manchester hotels he co-owns – including one opposite Old Trafford Stadium – and has called on footballers to follow his lead, while Russian tycoon Abramovich has invited medical staff to 72 rooms in the hotel at Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge ground.The British government on Friday ordered all pubs, cafes and restaurants to close to restrict the spread of coronavirus.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
Holy Cross freshman linebacker Jesse Conners will transfer to Syracuse as a walk-on and, because he did not play last season, will be eligible this fall as a redshirt freshman. Syracuse.com’s Stephen Bailey first reported the news.The 6-foot-2, 220-pound Pittsford, New York, native graduated from Salisbury (Connecticut) School in 2016. He recorded 88 tackles, seven for loss, and six interceptions in two years at the school. He caught 45 passes for 895 and six touchdowns on offense, earning him All-New England honors.Out of high school, he drew interest from schools such as Princeton, Villanova and Holy Cross. He did not receive an FBS scholarship offer.Eight former Syracuse football players have left the program this offseason, including Jordan Fredericks and Kendall Moore. The Orange has, however, picked up several transfers since the end of the 2016 season: Notre Dame cornerback Devin Butler, junior college linebacker Ryan Guthrie, JUCO defensive end Brandon Berry and JUCO tight end Ravian Pierce.Conners will enroll at SU this spring, per Syracuse.com.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on January 8, 2017 at 12:52 pm Contact Matthew: [email protected] | @MatthewGut21
Related Articles In a bid to boost workplace wellbeing, Microgaming has partnered with The Lisa Lowe Centre to deliver mental health awareness training.It comes as part of the supplier’s pledge via its Time to Change commitment, a campaign that aims to end mental health discrimination. The Isle of Man developer has also affirmed its commitment to mental health aiming to introduce fully trained mental health first aiders.Gareth Nicholson from the Lisa Lowe Centre, commented on the new partnership: “We are pleased to see local companies recognising that supporting the mental health of their employees is as important as the usual physical health support, as one supports the other.“As a charity working to increase our remit in this area we are delighted to be working with Microgaming, who are also at the forefront in recognising the need to change.”Via its work with the centre, a number of bespoke wellbeing and mental health awareness training sessions are to be delivered to line managers, designed to teach how to recognise the signs and symptoms of mental health issues, as well as practical strategies to support team members and colleagues.Staff are to also have access to sessions, focusing upon mental health disorder awareness, common stressors and coping tools, with the aim of erasing the stigma around mental health.Jean-Luc Ferriere, CCO of Microgaming, added: “We strive to maintain a culture where everyone feels comfortable to speak up about any problems they may have.“With The Lisa Lowe Centre we can train our managers to better recognise the signs of potential mental health issues, and be well equipped to help their team and colleagues.“Most importantly, it helps strengthen our commitment to erasing the stigma by encouraging an open environment where people can talk about their mental health, and know that they are always supported.” Soft2Bet: Why diversification of white label products is essential in complex times May 28, 2020 Share Share StumbleUpon Delasport elevates online casino offering with Betsoft deal June 3, 2020 Gamesys tops list for GambleAware Q1 donations July 10, 2020 Submit
Jared Shields725 Overall records: (Please note: These records were originally accumulated by former Wellington head coach Linn Hibbs who put it in a program guide in 2005. It has been updated since that point by the Wellington Daily News sports department until 2011 when Sumner Newscow took over the duties thereafter).All-time Crusader recordsRushing – single game (200-yard rushers)Name, yards, opponent, yards:1. Richard Clift, 330, Buhler, 1995.2. E.K. Franks, 329, Chaparral, 1983.3. John Heath, 326, Kingman, 2004.4. Mike Herrington, 317, Augusta, 1979.5. John Heath, 290, Mulvane, 2004.6. David Heath, 260, Chaparral, 1992.7. Tim Lira, 254, Clearwater, 2002.8. Curt Davidson, 249, El Dorado, 1976.9. E.K. Franks, 217, Andover, 1988.10. Brian McClure, 216, Clearwater, 1987.11. Tim Lira, 216, Wamego, 2001.12. Tim Lira, 211, Mulvane, 2000.13. E.K. Franks, 203, Mulvane, 1988.14. Jamie Alton, 202, Valley Center, 1982. Touchdown receptions (season)1. Larry LeMaster, 11, 1976.2. Garrett Brinkmeyer, 10, 2003.3. Reichenberger, 9, 2013.Â 4. Dick Graves, 8, 1967.4. Danny Crittenden, 8, 1997.5. Garrett Brinkmeyer, 7, 2004. Nick Franks0 Receptions (single game)1. Dave Hall, 12, 19722. Linn Hibbs, 12, Ark. City, 1979.3. Reichenberger, 10, Goddard, 2013.4. Garrett Brinkmeyer, 9, Chaparral, 2003.5. Dink McEachern, 7, 1949.5. Dave Tapp, 7, 1965.5. Dick Graves, 7, 1968.5. Mark Sneed, 7, 1981.5. Rueban Lake, 7, 1999. 31Gilkey4-2-0.50 Interception return yards for touchdown. 1. Trevor Nance, 100, Augusta, 2013.2. Chris Weikal, 98, Mulvane, 1998.Fumble return yards for touchdown.1. Eric Wiedower, 99, Concordia, 1999. 1Horn11121.10 34Dunn17310786.211 Migel Lujan0 Â Total Offense2900322.2 Josh Amos0 PAT (2) 21 Totals18181150145%126 Austin Pfalzgraf642 Most field goals (season).Â 1. Ray Howard, 9, 1916.2. Colt Cody, 5, 19992. Colt Cody, 5, 2000. RECEIVING Taylan Lamkin247173 Wyatt Witmer0 6Troutman1880 #NameRec.YardsAvg.TD’s Mitchell Lowe725 5Phelps2128713.666666673 Totals81150118.512 Receptions (career)Â 1. Danny Crittenden, 80, 96-97.2. Garrett Brinkmeyer, 72, 02-04.3. Reichenberger, 50, 12-134. Dick Graves, 48, 67-68.5. Phil McComb, 48, 78-79.6. Dean Wayman, 46, 77-78.7. Jeff Davis, 42, 69-70. Totals29013994.815 Passing attempts – game.Â 1. Mike Cypert, 39, 1972. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (3) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. 0 Vote up Vote down 83 rocks · 352 weeks ago Amazing that the #4 and #8 all time rushers came off the same team for a total of 4,737. Report Reply 0 replies · active 352 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down David Edge · 352 weeks ago Kudos to the O-Line for doing an awesome job and helping these boys play so well. I also think our D played much better this year. We have a lot of young guys that are playing amazing football. I can’t wait to see what the future holds for our football team. Report Reply 0 replies · active 352 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Anonymous · 352 weeks ago Where’s Taylan Ybarra? Report Reply 0 replies · active 352 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Reception yards (season).Â 1. Colin Reichenberger, 1001, 20132. Danny Crittenden, 923, 1997.3. Larry LeMaster, 749, 1976.4. Mark Sneed, 692, 1981.5. David Hall, 596, 1972.6. Phil McComb, 561, 1979.7. Danny Crittenden, 555, 1996.8. Linn Hibbs, 550, 1979.9. Reuban Lake, 547, 1999.10. Garrett Brinkmeyer, 516, 2003.11. J.J. Avalos, 508, 2001. Total Rushing1399155.4 Total TD’sÂ 27 5Phelps4313875%20 34Dunn1011911.90 Jason Norris305252 #NameRushYardsAvg.TD’s Touchdown passes seasonÂ 1. Nate Cornejo, 19, 1996.2. Taylor Zeka, 18, 2000.3. Taylor Zeka, 16, 2001.4. Mike Cypert, 15, 1972.5. Zane Aguilar, 15, 2003.6. Dustin Brown, 14, 2004.7. Jeff Deschaine, 13, 1969.8. Jeff Deschaine, 13, 1970. Interceptions (game)1. Greg LeMaster, 4, Mulvane, 1974.2. Jud Mitchell, 2, Newton, 1970.2. Jud Mitchell, 2, Hutchinson, 1970.2. Mark Sneed, 2, Ark City, 1980.2. Mark Sneed, 2, Campus, 1980.2. Craig Williams, 2, Campus, 1980.2. Mark Sneed, 2, Rose Hill, 1981.2. Craig Williams, 2, Campus, 1980.2. Mark Sneed, 2, Rose Hill, 1981.2. Linn Hibbs, 2, Augusta, 1981.2. Linn Hibbs, 2, Sacred Heart, 1981.2. Linn Hibbs, 2, Baldwin, 1981.2. Preston Carroll, 2, Andale, 1982.2. E.K. Franks, 2, Goddard, 1988.2. Nate Struble, 2, Buhler, 1994.2. Cle Ross, 2, Mulvane, 1996.2. Miles Carter, 2, Concordia, 1999.2. Miles Carter, 2, Andover, 1999.2. Alex Hadorn, 2, Goddard, 1999.2. Taylor Zeka, 2, Rose Hill, 2000.2. Taylor Zeka, 2, Andale, 2000.2. Tanner Sparman, 2, Belle Plaine, 2005. Ben Dejarnett0 Connor Phelps611942 2 Most field goals (game)1. Ray Howard, 6, 1916. Most field goals (career).Â 1. Ray Howard, 11, 16-17. Alex Langford0 Most PATs (career)Â 1. Colt Cody, 86, 99-01.2. Bubba Caudillo, 46, 80-81.3. Preston Carroll, 32, 82. PASSING Week9Avg. Colin Reichenberger4723241 Rushing – single season (over 1,000 yards) â€”1. E.K. Franks – 1,792, 1988.2. Tim Lira – 1,761, 2002.3. Tim Lira – 1,683, 2001.4. John Heath – 1,680, 2004.5. Richard Clift – 1,427, 1995.6. Jamie Alton – 1,327, 1981.7. Theo Frost – 1,277, 1991.8. Chris Chapin – 1,218, 1968.9. Richard Clift – 1,215, 1994.10. Damon Jones – 1,114, 1982.11. Austin Dunn – 1,078, 2013.12. Curt Davison – 1,077, 1976.13. Jamie Alton – 1,023, 1982.14. Jason Wagoner – 1,025, 1999. Dalton Holt373343 4Beard620.30 Passing completions – game.Â 1. Mike Cypert, 21, 1972. Cameron Bartelson0 Joey Haydon19613 2Nance451012.22 Remington Gilkey826 Jace Lowe0 Jaden Hines32329 Passing season.Â 1. Taylor Zeka, 1,913, 2001.2. Taylor Zeka, 1,540, 2000.3. Jeff Sneed, 1,454, 1978.4. Nate Cornejo, 1,446, 1996.5. Mike Cypert, 1,438, 1972.6. Jeff Sneed, 1,401, 1979.7. Trevor Nance, 1,363, 2013.8. Jesse Cornejo, 1,205, 1994.9. Lance Russell, 1,200, 1992.10. Zane Aguilar, 1,167, 2002.11. Linn Hibbs, 1,127, 1981. Alejandro Vargas0 Touchdown passes per game1. Pat Deschaine, 4, Newton, 1966.2. Mike Cypert, 4, Newton, 1972.3. Mike Sandell, 4, Ark City, 1976.4. Jeff Sneed, 4, Derby, 1978.5. Linn Hibbs, 4, Norton, 1981.6. Drake Koerner, 4, Kingman, 2009. 40Rusk3124.00 Jace Bruns0 Most PATs (game).Â 1. Colt Cody, 8, 2000.2. Claude Whitfield, 7, 1925.2. Bill Nofsinger, 7, 1950.2. Mike Collins, 7, 2009.5. Mike Herrington, 6, 1979.6. Colt Cody, 6, 2000.7. Colt Cody, 6, 2000.8. Colt Cody, 6, 2001. Brenton Troutman4313302 Total offense (single game)1. Richard Clift 330, Buhler, 1995.2. E.K. Franks 329, Chaparral, 1988.3. John Heath 326, Kingman, 2004.4. Mike Herrington 325, Augusta, 1979.5. Chris Chapin 303, Derby, 1968.6. Linn Hibbs 301, Norton 1981. 5Phelps481964.12 Adam Condit55124392 1 Austin Dunn18711111 RUSHING 10Reichenberger43100123.279069779 1 Most touchdowns (game, rushing, passing, receiving)1. Chris Chapin, 6, Derby, 1968.2. Mike Herrington, 5, Augusta, 1979.3. Mark Sneed, 5, Norton, 1981.4. Zane Aguilar, 5, Mulvane, 2003. PAT (1) 2 FG’sÂ 0 Skylar Brand222202 Ethan Tunnell0 Touchdown receptions (career)1. Garrett Brinkmeyer, 21, 02-04.2. Dick Graves, 15, 66-68.3. Dink McEachern, 11, 49-49.4. Larry LeMaster, 11, 76.5. Mark Sneed, 8, 80-82. Vince Ast615 Longest punt return.Â 1. Markkel Bradley, 88, Andover Central, 2008.2. Chris Chapin, 86, Campus, 1967.3. Miles Carter, 79, Andover, 1999.4. Jeff Williams, 68, Buhler, 1984.5. Jeff Williams, 68, Augusta, 1984. Consecutive completions1. Pat Deschaine, 10, 1966.2. Mike Sandell, 9, 1976. Â WellingtonÂ 0.0 Passing per gameÂ 1. Linn Hibbs 294, Norton, 1981.2. Ryan Jenkins, 278, Andale, 2011.3. Mike Sandell, 274, Ark City, 1976.4. Travor Nance, 272, Goddard, 2013.5. Trevor Nance, 269, Clearwater, 20126. Jay Mitchell, 258, Maize, 1997.7. Taylor Zeka, 250, Ulysses, 2000. Grayson Dejarnett0 1 Defensive by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The Wellington High School football team made some tremendous gains in 2013, and it reflects in the overall statistical record book (see 2013 statistics and overall records below).Colin ReichenbergerBoth quarterback Trevor Nance and receiver Colin Reichenberger are occupying spots in the WHS football record, accumulated throughout the years. Reichenberger currently holds two records as a junior.Trevor NanceIn September he broke the reception yardage record in a game against Goddard with 269 yards. He also broke the reception yardage record for a season with 1,001 yards. Reichenberger becomes Wellington’s first 1,000 yard receiver in a season.Reichenberger is not too far off from completing the trifecta. He currently has 1,170 career yardage in his two seasons for the Crusaders. Danny Crittenden holds the record with 1,484 yards held from 1996 to 1997.Nance, who had 1,363 yards this season as a quarterback, has himself in the top 10 in five offensive categories. In the season opener against Goddard, Nance had 272 placing him four for a single game passing yardage in a game.For the season his 1,363 places him seventh amongst Crusader throwers.And his combined stats for his sophomore and junior year puts him right now at 2,339 yards through his career. He will have to have one heck of a year his senior year to catch Taylor Zeka, who has 4,542 yards from 1999 to 2001.Sumner Newscow took the liberty to add one more category to the record books. We added interception return yards for touchdown. Nance ran an interception back for a touchdown for 100 yards. We figured in high school since it is impossible to run an interception back for a score for more yardage, then that should be placed in the record books.If someone knows of another varsity interception run for 100 yards, thus tying the record, send us an e-mail at [email protected] or comment below.Austin DunnAustin Dunn also received recognition as a rusher. He accumulated 1,078 yards for 11th place as a running back for the Crusaders in 2013.Andrew PelkeyDefensively, Andrew Pelkey led all tacklers with 95 tackles.The official 2013 WHS statistics are as follows:Offensive Zach Bodkins18711 Skyler Struble312 Passing career1. Taylor Zeka, 4,542, 99-01.2. Nate Cornejo 3,282, 95-97.3. Jeff Sneed, 2905, 77-79.4. Trevor Nance, 2,339, 12-135. Zane Aguilar, 2,360, 01-03.6. Mike Cypert, 1,719, 71-72. Ian King0 Trey Coulter0 Touchdown passes career1. Taylor Zeka, 44, 99-01.2. Nate Cornejo, 27, 95-97.3. Zane Aguilar, 27, 01-03.4. Jeff Deschaine, 26, 69-70.5. Jeff Sneed, 21, 77-79.6. Pat Deschaine, 20, 65-66.7. Trevor Nance, 19, 12-13. Nick Hyde0 Brad Wiens0 Reception yards (game).Â 1. Colin Reichenberger, 269, Goddard, 2013.2. Mark Sneed, 223, 1981.3. Weiss, 149, Clearwater, 20124. Garrett Brinkmeyer, 147, 2003. TOTAL OFFENSE 22 Career rushing – (1,110 yards plus)1. Tim Lira – 4,428, 00-02.2. Richard Clift – 2,944, 93-95.3. Chris Chapin – 2,859, 66-68.4. Jamie Alton – 2,799, 80-82.5. John Heath – 2,422, 02-04.6. Theo Frost – 2,357, 89-91.7. Curt Davison – 2003, 75-77.8. Damon Jones – 1,938, 80-82.9. Dick Brown – 1,853, 53-55.10. E.K. Franks – 1,792, 86-88.11. Jeremy Struble – 1,721, 96-97.12. Roger Stallbaumer – 1,538, 69-70.13. Josh Gooch – 1,379, 89-91.14. Mike Herrington – 1,353, 77-79.15. Dale Reinecker – 1,249, 60-61.16. Richard Demoss – 1,161, 58-59.17. Mel Hamburg – 1,128, 64-65. Touchdown receptions (single game)1. Larry LeMaster, 4, 1976.2. Dink McEachern, 3, 1949.2. Dick Graves, 3, 1967.2. Loren Hibbs, 3, 1978.2. Phil McComb, 3, 1979.2. Mark Sneed, 3, 1981.2. Jeremy Troutman, 3, 1991.2. Garrett Brinkmeyer, 3, Andale, 2003.2. Jeremy Edwards, 3, Kingman, 2009.2. Colin Reichenberger, 3, Goddard, 2013. Most PATs (season).Â 1. Colt Cody 43, 2000.2. Colt Cody, 43, 2001.3. Bubba Caudillo, 38, 1981.4. Preston Carroll, 32, 1982.5. Felipe Matsuzoe, 28, 2008.6. Robbie Schaefer, 22, 1978.7. Mike Herrington, 22, 1978. Levi Beard514 Chance Hain187111 TOTALUTATTFLSACKINTPBUBKRECFORCE FUM Michael Norris0 Bryce Oldridge0 Andrew Pelkey952669721 Receptions (season)Â 1. Danny Crittenden, 52, 1997.2. Reichenberger, 43, 2013.3. Phil McComb, 46, 1979.4. Dean Wayman, 41, 1978.5. Dave Tapp, 40, 1965.5. Dave Hall, 40, 1972.5. Linn Hibbs, 40, 1979.8. Alex Hadorn, 39, 2001.9. Mark Sneed, 37, 1981.10. Garrett Brinkmeyer, 37, 2003. Reception yards (career).Â 1. Danny Crittenden, 1,484, 96-97.2. Colin Reichenberger, 1,170, 12-13.3. Garrett Brinkmeyer, 1,133, 02-04.4. Dick Graves, 919, 67-68.5. Larry LeMaster, 789, 75-76.6. Mark Sneed, 748, 80-82.7. Jeff Davis, 702, 69-70. Longest pass receptionÂ 1. Jay Mitchell-Danny Crittenden, 90, 1998.2. Taylor Zeka-J.J. Avalos, 84, 2001.3. Phil McComb-Jeff Sneed, 80, 1979.4. Mike Cypert-David Hall, 79, 19725. Calder Cody-Lars White, 76, 2005.6. Trevor Nance-Colan Macias, 70, 2012.7. Travor Nance-Colin Reichenberger, 69, 20137. Taylor Zeka-J.J. Avalos, 69, 2001.8. Linn Hibbs-Mark Sneed, 68, 1981.8. Nate Cornejo-David Teague, 68, 1995.8. Trevor Nance-Alex Weiss, 68, Clearwater, 2012. Longest run from scrimmage1. Jerry McComb, 95, 1956.1. Tanner Church, 95, 2008.3. Jesse Ybarra, 93, 1983.4. Chris Chapin, 91, 1968.5. Tim Lira, 87, 2000.6. Tim Lira, 84, 2000.7. Richard Clift, 82, 19948. John Heath, 77, 2004. Longest kickoff returnÂ 1. Steve Meeker, 90, Derby, 1970.2. Mike Herrington, 90, El Dorado, 1978.3. Tony Ybarra, 90, Valley Center, 1984.4. Mike Herrington, 89, Ark City, 1978.5. Mike Herrington, 89, Hutchinson, 1979.6. E.K. Franks, 88, Buhler, 1988.7. Garrett Brinkmeyer, 86, Andale, 2003.8. Tim Mirt, 83, Derby, 1971.9. John Washington, 83, Ark City, 1977. Â Total Passing1501166.8 Andrew Horn725 William Staley615 Most touchdowns (season)Â 1. Chris Chapin, 24, 1979.2. Richard Clift, 24, 1995.3. Tim Lira, 22, 2001.4. Jamie Alton, 21, 1981.5. Tim Lira, 19, 2002.6. John Heath, 18, 2004. Trevor Nance432023133 2Nance17778136344%106 Most touchdowns (career)1. Tim Lira, 52, 00-02.2 Chris Chapin, 48, 66-68.3. Richard Clift, 46, 93-95.4. Jamie Alton, 40, 80-82. #NameAtts.Comp.Â Yards%TD’sInt 1Horn560120 Most touchdowns rushing (game)1. Chris Chapin, 6, Derby, 1968.2. Mike Herrington, 5, Augusta, 1979.3. Mark Sneed, 5, Norton, 1981.4. Zane Aguilar, 5, Mulvane, 2003. 2Nance126260
The Federal Election is October 21, 2019. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Rhinoceros Party of Canada, a satirical political party, has named a candidate to run in the riding of Prince George-Peace River-Northern Rockies for the upcoming federal election.Selected by the Party to run in our riding is Jacob “Turkman” Stokes.While not much is known about Stokes, some of the Party’s platform includes tackling environmental issues and lowering taxes.- Advertisement -Since its founding, the Rhinoceros Party has been unable to secure a seat in the House of Commons but does claim that several candidates have finished in second or third place in their constituency.Candidates running in Prince George-Peace River-Northern Rockies include Conservative candidate and incumbent Bob Zimmer, Catharine Kendall of the Green Party, and Ron Vaillant of the People’s Party of Canada.The Liberal and NDP parties have yet to nominate a candidate.Advertisement