Christoffe Bryan opened his season with a win in the men’s high jump at the Kansas State University (KSU), University of Kansas (KU), Wichita State University (WSU) Showdown in Lawrence, Kansas.Bryan, the former Wolmerian, won with a leap of 2.20m as his team finished second in the contest among the three universities.His countrywoman, Kimberly Williams, won the women’s equivalent with a 1.87m leap as she continues her gradual improvement since attending KSU two season ago.Despite his winning opening, Bryan is far from happy. A bothersome knee that has plagued him for years now continues to hamper his progress, a big concern since he plans to represent Jamaica at the Olympic Games in Rio this summer.”That’s the main goal,” said a frustrated Bryan. “I was supposed to go to the World Championships last year, but I had to pull out because of the same knee issue. But I am trying to get it sorted out as soon as possible.”Bryan has been struggling with a bad knee since his days in high school. He has had it treated, but nothing seems to be able help him put the injury behind him. It has now become a nuisance.”I am having this problem for too long and it’s holding me back. I went 2.28m last year and couldn’t get back there, so I was pretty frustrated and disappointed,” he said.The knee has not allowed him to jump much in practice this off-season, and he believes it affected him on Friday.”I feel it was a pretty good performance because I haven’t jumped that much in practice, so my timing was off,” he said. “When I got to 2.25m, my knee was bothering me a little, but I pushed through.”Bryan said that he aims to break 2.30m this season, which should help him earn a spot on the national team to Rio, and as such, he plans to undergo a procedure in a couple of months that he hopes will alleviate the knee problem that has been preventing him from soaring to new heights.
OFF YEAR Most things ran according to the script last weekend at the 122nd Penn Relays. Big wins for Edwin Allen High, Kingston College (KC) and St Jago High were predicted by many. There was, however, one event staged inside the chilly Franklin Field venue that proved why we actually run the races. Jamaica College (JC) arrived there as one of the favourites for the Championship boys 4×100 metres, but flubbed the second baton change. Perhaps pressure had been applied by a high-speed second leg by Akeem Bloomfield for KC. The national junior 400-metre record holder helped his school to equal the meet record set by Calabar at 39.63 seconds in bright conditions last year. Hopes for a JC track victory seemed to end there. Calabar and KC held the high cards for the 4x400m, with the impressive TC Williams High School a clear and present danger. Bloomfield was withdrawn due to the threat of injury, and remarkably, a businesslike JC quartet ran the field off its feet in the final. Calabar, the winner at Boys and Girls’ Championships, got an urgent anchor leg out of wonder boy Christopher Taylor. Noah Lyles, runner-up to Taylor at the 2015 World Youth Championships, zoomed his team forward. It was all in vain as Maleik Smith, 200-metre sprinter Michael Campbell, Devaughn Baker and Phillip Lemonios produced a big surprise. Just third at Champs in 3:15.06, the Old Hope Road school blasted that season’s best down to 3:12.34. Though Baker gave them a decisive advantage on the third leg, his team had no baton carries as quick as those by Taylor and Lyles. Smart team running did the trick instead. With the Philly chill slowing sprinters all weekend, the improvement by JC from 3:15.06 at Champs to 3:12.34 at Penns is no mean feat. By contrast, Calabar clocked 3:09.77 seconds at Champs and 3:13.09 on the new track at Franklin Field. The rest of the high-school competition ran to the script, with the JC pair of Clayton Brown and O’Brien Wasome taking the high and triple jumps, respectively, and with Shanice Love of Excelsior High continuing a great season, with a national junior record in the discus. Wins in the college men’s discus and the high-school section by Pan-Am Fedrick Dacres of the University of the West Indies and Munro’s Kino Dunkley suggested good things for the future. With the University of Technology (UTech) having an off year, the G.C. Foster College men stepped confidently into the breach with a 4×100 win. Spare a thought for Rayan Holmes of Edwin Allen. Pulled from the start of the Champs 400-metre hurdles final through illness, Holmes redeemed himself with victory in the same event on the last day of the 122-year-old event. The boys’ 4x800m was as enthralling as Holmes’ success was heartwarming. St Jago, winners in the girls’ long jump, through Tissana Hickling, held off STETHS in 7: 33.71 seconds. It was the first win by the school in the 4x800m since 1990. For all of that, and the win by Jamaica’s men in the USA versus the World 4x100m, pride of place goes to JC. Their dominating 4x400m win was a shock. In a meet where most things went with the form book, here was one time where predictions crashed and burned. – HUBERT LAWRENCE has made notes at track side since 1980.
CLOSELY CONTESTED SECOND SUPER-6 FANCIES (7) BUZZ NIGHTMARE (8) SURE STEP/ MEMORY OF TS (9) ABOVE THE RADAR/ CHIEF PROSPECT (10) CHOO CHOO BLUE/ AWESOME DESTINY (11) SEEKING MY DREAM (12) BLUE PEPSI LINKS/ DUSSELDORF TOMORROW’S Burger King Superday programme offers 12 races, including the 38th running of the Superstakes over 2000 metres, the Glen Mills O.D. Caribbean Sprint and the Coca Cola Invitational Mile. There is a Pick-9 carryover of just under $1.1 million, but both Super-6s will have guaranteed minimums of $1.5 million for the big raceday. The Pick-9 will be conducted from race 4 to 12, the first Super-6 from race one to six, the late Super-6 from seven to 12. The outstanding sprinter BUZZ NIGHTMARE (Ian Spence up) ought to be followed when he bids for his sixth consecutive win in the seventh race, the $1.75 million Glen Mills Caribbean Sprint to be contested by eight starters. Trained by 14-time champion Philip Feanny, BUZZ NIGHTMARE is coming off an impressive victory in the recent Gold Cup over 1400 metres and coming back razor sharp, should lead home hat-trick seeker CRUCIAL APPEAL with champion jockey Shane Ellis aboard. The eighth race over 1500 metres for the Dr Paul Wright Trophy will feature the Burger-sponsored jockeys versus apprentices duel over 1300 metres. It could resolve itself into a three-cornered tussle among MEMORY OF TS with in-form apprentice Dane Dawkins, SURE STEP and BIG AL, the mounts of Wesley Henry and Shane Ellis respectively. SURE STEP, a free-running sort, gets the nod in a field of 14 maiden three-year-olds. The eighth race, I Love My Whopper over 1820 metres, promises to be closely contested among the 11 starters, but it could come down to the course specialist ABOVE THE RADAR with Aaron Chatrie up, CHIEF PROSPECT and the front running SPORTING CLAY. A fit ABOVE THE RADAR has the credentials to win yet another race over this trip and thus gets the nod. CHOO CHOO BLUE, who had no luck in running in her recent race over the straight, should rebound with a win in the 10th race over 1300 metres for the Lindy Delapenha Trophy with Robert Halledeen riding for trainer Peter McMaster. THE $4.5 million Burger King Superstakes is next and despite the presence of the reigning ‘Horse of the Year’ SEEKING MY DREAM with customary rider Omar Walker aboard, it should prove interesting with last year’s winner FRANFIELD, PERFECT NEIGHBOUR and the vastly improved 3-y-o colt BIGDADDYKOOL present in a field of nine. Champion trainer Wayne DaCosta should finally score that elusive win in the Superstakes with SEEKING MY DREAM, who has looked most impressive at exercise. The closing race over 1400 metres for the Karl Angell Trophy should be won by BLUE PEPSI LINKS, with top apprentice Bebeto Harvey up.
Concern over future funding might also impact the MTA’s decision on whether to raise fares, which is being voted on later this month. Additionally, MTA officials are worried that a shortage of funding could impact the agency’s long range plan, which determines what projects MTA will undertake over the next 10-20 years. The agency is scheduled to revise the plan late this summer. “This creates uncertainty for projects we were hoping to get funded in the future,” said Fasana. Assemblyman Bob Huff, R-Diamond Bar, who expressed support for Schwarzenegger’s budget revisions on his Web site, said he wished there had been more funding available for transportation projects. “You hate to see local transportation projects get jeopardized, but it gives us pause that we are spending more money than we are taking in,” said Huff. Several local officials also expressed concern about the possibility of delays on the 10 Freeway HOV project. “HOV projects have been the most effective of any kind of transportation project that affects congestion,” said Curtis Morris, the mayor of San Dimas, which would benefit from the 10 HOV lane. West Covina Mayor Mike Touhey had not heard of the possibility of the delay, but said he was going to “get right on the phone” with MTA after being informed about it. Assemblyman Ed Hernandez, D-West Covina, said he would fight hard to try to make sure the project was started on time. “It’s still early on in the budget process, and we still have a chance to get funding for local projects,” said Hernandez David Yale said MTA officials will decide later this summer what kind of delays local project might have to face. firstname.lastname@example.org (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2105 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! MTA has not determined whether the loss in funding will cause project delays, but the $365 million carpool lane that would run between the San Gabriel River (605) and Orange (57) freeways is one of the projects that may be affected. Several other smaller projects in the Valley may also be affected, including the renovation of the Baldwin Park transit center, and sound-proof walls on the 10 Freeway between West Covina and Pomona. The 10/605 Freeway interchange renovation, which local politicians fought hard for after losing out on bond money for the project, will not be affected by the budget cuts, according to the MTA. MTA director of regional programming David Yale said the agency had hopes of getting the projects started on time with agency funding if the state promised to reimburse MTA later. However, Yale also said that language in the budget suggested that future budgets might also transfer funds away from the transportation budget. “The budget proposal did signal that the the transfer of gas tax funds into school transportation might be a permanent change,” said Yale. Transportation funding cuts in Gov. Schwarzenegger’s revised budget might delay a San Bernardino (10) Freeway lane-expansion project scheduled to break ground in 2011. In his budget unveiled Monday, the governor proposed shifting $830 million in gas-tax revenue to a school busing program from a transportation fund. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which is paying for the expansion that would start at Baldwin Park and head east, would stand to lose $230 million. “The signal being sent is that the state will not be there to help fund transportation projects,” said John Fasana, a Duarte city councilman and MTA board member. MTA officials told Fasana and other local officials about the possible delay at a Sacramento meeting of the San Gabriel Valley Legislative Caucus on Wednesday.
0Shares0000Manchester City’s manager Pep Guardiola (C) celebrates at the end of their match against Manchester United in Manchester, north west England, on December 10, 2017 © AFP / Oli SCARFFSWANSEA, United Kingdom, Dec 14 – Pep Guardiola has demanded no let-up from his history-making Manchester City side after they recorded a record-breaking 15th straight Premier League win.Guardiola paid tribute to his table-topping team after they brushed aside Swansea City 4-0 on Wednesday to set a new English top-flight record for successive victories. Their win in South Wales eclipsed Arsenal’s record of 14 consecutive wins in the top division, set across two seasons in 2002, and Guardiola said his players were in no mood to stop now.“I am so happy because our job depends on if we win, so if we win we are so happy in our lives and in our jobs,” said the City manager, whose side remain 11 points clear.“In history there were amazing things like Liverpool in the 80s and Manchester United with Sir Alex Ferguson or Chelsea with Jose Mourinho. There were some amazing teams.“But we are the first ones to win 15 in a row. If we win the title it will just be a record and this record will be broken, but of course it will not be easy.“Because 15 games in a row in the Premier League in this period is really complicated.”City have required late winners in several of their victories, but Guardiola said that simply reflected their desire to win.“Of course we were lucky in some moments and we scored in the last minutes, I remember at Bournemouth for example,” he said.“But it means a lot in the faith and desire to win again and again and again.“We are going to try not to stop, to show that feeling to the fans, so when they watch us they know the guys want to win again and again and again. We want to try to maintain it as much as possible.”– Silva ‘is a star’ –David Silva scored twice as Guardiola’s men dismantled Swansea and the City manager hailed the Spanish midfielder’s newly acquired taste for goals after four in his last three games.“He is a real leader in terms of never hiding on the pitch and I am so, so happy because I spoke with him many times and said: ‘You have to score goals,’” Guardiola said.“Because he has absolutely everything, but sometimes he was thinking more about the pass and now in the last games, at West Ham it was a winning goal and again at Old Trafford.“He is a star, but now he is enjoying scoring goals. That is so important because we cannot just depend on Gabriel Jesus and Sergio Aguero. We have many options to score goals and that is so important for us.”Swansea manager Paul Clement saw his side well beaten, with Kevin De Bruyne and Sergio Aguero also on target, but despite his admiration for City, he said his side had contributed to their own downfall.“To be on the receiving end of that was very difficult,” said Clement, whose team remain at the foot of the table.“We knew it was going to be a difficult night, but I would say they are one of the best sides I have ever come across.“They do the basics, the ugly side of the game. They make it really hard for you. It was a comfortable victory for them.“I thought we became very passive, showing too much respect –- we were not aggressive enough. It was not about putting a striker on to go for it, but just to get upfield.“It was a tough evening. “They are a really, really top side.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Fiorilli said the civil lawsuit against True’s co-defendant, American art dealer Robert Hecht, continues because the charges against Hecht include the alleged sale of other objects on the international market. Hecht too denies wrongdoing. Getty Director Michael Brand said he hopes the agreement, reached last month after a year of negotiations, will put an end to the trial that is part of a wider campaign by Italy to crack down on the illegal antiquities market. Already, Italy has struck deals with two U.S. museums for the return of ancient Greek, Roman and Etruscan artifacts. “We certainly hope, on the Getty side, that this new spirit of collaboration will lead to the end of that case and will allow the scholar to get back to her life, get back to her research,” Brand said after signing the agreement. All but one of the ancient treasures covered by the deal will be transferred to Italy by year’s end. The last and most prized work, a 5th century B.C. statue of the goddess Aphrodite, will remain at the Getty until 2010. “Long and complex negotiations end, but above all a new season of clearness begins in the purchase trade of archaeological goods,” Culture Minister Francesco Rutelli said. “The agreement allows us to close a long discussion with the Getty but also to set an example at an international level” for other museums and the art market. ROME – Italian officials said they will drop a civil lawsuit in the case of The J. Paul Getty Museum’s former curator after the Los Angeles institution formally signed a deal Tuesday to return 40 contested artifacts. State lawyers will withdraw the civil lawsuit when the two-year-old trial of Marion True resumes Wednesday. But officials said dropping civil charges will not stop criminal proceedings against True, who is accused of knowingly acquiring ancient treasures that Italy maintains were stolen or unearthed illegally and smuggled out of the country. True denies wrongdoing, and top government lawyer Maurizio Fiorilli said the deal signed Tuesday could work in her favor. “True’s position is certainly less serious. … In this case, returning the artifacts can be considered an extenuating circumstance,” Fiorilli told reporters after the deal was signed at the Culture Ministry in Rome. True was accused of knowingly acquiring looted artifacts, including bronze Etruscan pieces, frescoes and painted Greek vessels, from Hecht and other international antiquities dealers between the 1980s and the 1990s. Getty Trust officials hope that resolving the civil case will “have a positive impact on Marion True’s situation” in the criminal case, spokesman Ron Hartwig said. “We continue to provide for Marion’s defense but are not directly involved in the criminal case,” he said.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
To celebrate another successful year of providing instrumental and vocal tuition throughout the county of Donegal, Donegal Music Education Partnership are holding a series of concerts that showcase the students, tutors and various performing groups within the service.The SUMMER SHOWCASE 2012 is a celebration of live music and of Donegal’s young, rich musical talent. Come along to hear these fine young musicians perform in a venue close to you:Wed 6 June, The Abbey Centre, Ballyshannon, 7pm Thurs 7 June, Unit 5, Community School, Carndonagh, 7pm Fri 8 June, Ionad Cois Locha, Dún Lúiche, 7pm Sat 9 June, Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny, 3pm & 7pm Each of these concerts is free of charge so come along and be part of our audience. Everyone is welcome and prepare to be impressed ! For further information, contact Donegal Music Education Partnership on (074) 9176 293 or by email email@example.com. firstname.lastname@example.org DONEGAL MUSIC EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP’S FREE SUMMER SHOWS was last modified: May 29th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:DONEGAL MUSIC EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP’S FREE SUMMER SHOWS
PALMDALE – Parties where alcohol is served and people who drive after drinking can make the holidays deadly, Palmdale public-safety officials point out. They offer these staying-safe tips: If you plan to drink alcoholic beverages, do not drive. Choose a sober designated driver. Take mass transit or a taxicab. Take friends’ car keys if they have been drinking. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals Spend the night where the activity is being held if alcohol has been consumed. Always serve food at parties where alcohol is being served. Offer nonalcoholic beverages at parties. Stop serving alcohol three hours before the party breaks up. Never ride in a car with someone who is intoxicated. Always wear a seat belt. Steer clear of aggressive drivers and avoid becoming one by staying cool. Stay away from driver distractions, such as using a cell phone, putting on makeup or reading anything, including a map, without pulling off the road to do it. Focus on driving and on watching out for the driver who is not focused. Be sure tires have plenty of air and tread. Be sure wiper blades and defroster are in good condition. Reduce driving speed in bad weather. Drive with headlights on. Never tailgate. Drive with a margin of safety. Leave at least two car lengths ahead of your car, more at higher speeds. Realize that you may feel sleepy after excessive eating. Get plenty of rest. Holidays are stressful. Take time to relax. For more safe-driving tips, call the city Public Safety Office at (661) 267-5181. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Clarke,S.8232.90 RECEIVINGRECYDSTD Palmdale10/28/20050101441 Interceptions Total14 Littlejohn,M.16911086.69 Inglewood09/23/2005010928 VS SCHOOLDateWLTPFPA Bevans,K.40100.32 Anderson,N.20012 Henry,C.1034814.76 Quartz Hill11/04/20051003124 Knight11/11/2005100347 Bell,D.41031 Anderson,N.3 Ballinger,B.284.01 Peninsula11/18/2005010935 Littlejohn,M.102062 Bevans,K.30018 Anderson,F.3520 Bell,D.30018 Henry,C.60036 Cacciacarne,C.1 Jimison,W.1 Scoring Total31266230 Bevans,K.622834333110.12 Pech,A.1 TOTAL2005560230247 Ballinger,B.1006 Ramos,C.016428 Bevans,K.1 Barstow09/02/20051003717 RECORD: 5-6-0 Bell,D.191618.51 RUSHINGTCBNYGAvg.TD Brown,K.2280 Goebel,C.08214 SCORINGTDPATFGTP Littlejohn,M.81231 Shead,Des.1006 Antelope Valley10/14/20050102028 Anderson,F.5106030.08 Anderson,F.17120.71 Punting Total2468528.5 PASSINGPAPCPIYDSTDRating Wilkins,V.1006 Butler,E.20012 Vaughn,J.1100 Receiving Total294393 Littlerock09/30/2005100270 Butler,E.1371 Shead,D.140 Anderson,F.2 Wilkins.V.1 Ballinger,B.170 Simi Valley09/16/20050101420 Shead,D.2 Lancaster10/21/20051002827 Anderson,N.2150 INTERCEPTIONSNo. Bevans,K.1953127.9 Ramos,C.515430.8 Ballinger,B.1 Hamlett,I.1250 Henry,C.3230 Los Osos09/09/2005010720 Anderson,N.965025.22 Rushing Total45423055.122 Anderson,F.20012 Smith,L.130 Peck,A.190 Passing Total672934393 PUNTINGNo.YDSAvg. Butler,E.1 AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
#52 Maize, Mike Box Score (PDF) Box Score (HTML) TD 0 YDS 2 #34 Severa, Kieran Time Of Possession 37:38 22:22 GAIN 9 Tackles 11 TD 0 YDS 65 Grant Kraemer was on his way to another 300 yards passing game but suffered an injury in the Bulldogs first possession of the third-quarter and ended his day completing 12-of-19 passes for 144 yards. Junior Sam Hefner stepped right in and helped the Bulldogs hold on to their lead as he recorded a career-best 94 yards passing and completed 8-of-14 attempts. Tackles 6 01:37 – DU – Donley, Danny 27 yd field goal 10 plays, 48 yards, TOP 3:06 16 7 #1 Cates, Devin YDS 32 No 6 With the short field, the Red Foxes kept the Bulldogs out of the end zone and forced a field goal attempt. Danny Donley drilled the 20-yard field goal to put Drake up 10-0. #27 Updegraff, T. INT 0 #1K Kraemer, Grant 3rd Quarter DU MAR Rushing Yards 91 86 The Red Foxes responded quickly with a one-minute 18-second scoring drive, cutting Drake’s lead to 10-7. GAIN 65 #23 Lynch, Sean #35 Reichardt, B. INT 0 Passing Leaders Rushing Leaders Receiving Leaders Defense Leaders Total Offensive Yards 329 354 CMP 12 05:54 – MAR – Calhoun, M. 2 yd run (Giglio, J. kick), 4 plays, 59 yards, TOP 1:18 10 7 Avg 0.2 Avg 2.0 #14 Hefner, Sam CMP 8 YDS 67 The Bulldogs then had a chance to run the clock out after Lynch recorded his second interception of the game, as Marist was out of timeouts so the Bulldogs need just two first-downs to seal the win. Marist’s defense came up with another stop to keep the Red Foxes hopes for a comeback alive. #81 Doran, Steven Long 24 Sacks 0.0 YDS 144 Sponsors Tackles 5 TFL 1.0 #22 McFarlane, M. TD 1 01:25 – DU – Donley, Danny 30 yd field goal 11 plays, 60 yards, TOP 4:23 13 7 GAIN 40 #20 Lauer, Drew 07:12 – DU – Donley, Danny 20 yd field goal 5 plays, 30 yards, TOP 1:58 10 0 Sacks 0.0 POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. – The Drake University grinded out a 19-14 road win at Marist Saturday afternoon at Tenney Stadium in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 07:41 – DU – Donley, Danny 22 yd field goal 14 plays, 62 yards, TOP 6:23 19 7 Penalty Yards 9-85 11-88 01:08 – DU – Reichardt, B. 2 yd run (Donley, Danny kick), 18 plays, 87 yards, TOP 9:20 7 0 YDS 0 “Sam came in and made some huge throws. He just made it happen to allow us to win the game,” said Fox. 2nd Quarter DU MAR 3rd Downs 7-19 4-13 Defensively, Sean Lynch led the squad with a game-high 11 tackles and two interceptions. Mike Maize recorded six stops including 1.5 for a loss, while Tanner Evans paced the defensively line with two sacks. After forcing Marist (3-5, 2-3 PFL) to punt on the opening drive of the game, Drake (4-3, 3-1 PFL) put together its longest drive of the season with an 18-play 87-yard scoring drive that lasted over nine minutes. The Bulldogs racked up seven first downs and went three-for-three on third-down on the drive. Brock Reichardt plunged into the end zone from two-yards out the cap off the drive and give Drake a 7-0 lead. Game Stats DU MAR Game Stat Leaders YDS 94 No 2 TFL 0.5 YDS 1 Team Statistics After using two possessions to get into the rhyme of the game, Hefner completed four straight passes to put the Bulldogs deep in Marist territory. The Red Foxes once again held the Bulldogs to a field goal as Donley drilled his third field goal of the game to put Drake up 16-7. TD 0 YDS 71 Scoring Summary 1st Quarter DU MAR Story Links 4th Quarter DU MAR Avg 4.3 Sacks 0.5 YDS 34 TD 0 YDS 0 01:01 – MAR – Christian, J. 13 yd pass from White, M. (Giglio, J. kick) 2 plays, 65 yards, TOP 0:22 19 14 Passing Yards 238 268 The Bulldogs special teams stepped up with Tyler Teveer forcing a fumble on a punt return and Connor Ostrander recovering the loose ball to put the Bulldog offense on Marist 32-yard line, early in the second-quarter. TFL 1.5 TD 0 Team Statistics TD 0 No 7 The Bulldogs return to Drake Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 28 when they host Davidson. Kick off is set for 1 p.m. Print Friendly Version The Bulldogs answered with a scoring drive of their own. Kraemer completed a 29-yard pass to Mitch McFarlane to help put the Bulldogs in field goal position. Donley went to make a 30-yard field goal to give Drake a 13-7 lead at the half. TD 0 “Our guys fought so hard from beginning to end and I’m so proud of them. We had a bunch of different guys step up and make big plays at different times of the game,” said Drake head coach Rick Fox. 4th Downs 1-1 1-5 Long 29 In Drake’s first possession of the fourth-quarter, Hefner completed a clutch 20-yard pass to Ostrander on fourth and 12 to put the Bulldogs inside Marist’s 10-yard line. Then the Red Foxes defense held Drake to a field goal on the Bulldogs fourth trip inside the red-zone. Donley made his fourth field goal of the game to give Drake a 19-7 lead with 7:41 left in the game. First Downs 21 19 Two plays later, Marist’s Juston Christian made a diving touchdown catch with 1:01 left to play to make it a 19-14 game. On the ensuing kickoff, Steven Doran recovered the onside kick to seal the Bulldog 19-14 victory. Long 18