Facebook67Tweet0Pin2Submitted by Olympia Harbor DaysEvery year Labor Day approaches, and so does the annual Olympia Harbor Days Tugboat Races and Festival, an Olympia Kiwanis free community event held at the downtown Olympia waterfront. The 3-day family friendly festival hosts the World’s Largest Vintage Tugboat Show on Saturday at Percival Landing and Tugboat Races out in Budd Inlet on Sunday, this year sponsored by Lucky Eagle Casino.The Squaxin Island Tribe, the title sponsor, presents an opening blessing on Friday at 5:00 p.m. and closing prayer on Saturday at 6:00 p.m., at the Washington’s Lottery Main Stage at Percival Landing, where you will find all the traditional festival favorites including hundreds of arts & crafts vendors, community businesses and non-profits, and amazing food booth chiefs. This year be sure to look for new features and activities including Sand Sculpting by Form Finders, live bands on stage from opening to closing daily, the high flying antics of some of Olympia’s best aerialists 25 feet up in the air.And for the kids – thanks to support by Heritage Bank, the award winning Hands on Children’s Museum will be under the large shelter with supplies galore to help kids build boats for a “Cork Boat Regatta”. Nearby kids can learn about marine life through activities and play with the Puget Sound Estuarium experts. More rides are offered next to the fire truck on Columbia Street. Saturday offers kids story time with activities and free book giveaways.Olympia Kiwanis will be at the Harbor House with some historic festival artifacts and can answer questions and will be selling $5 Raffle tickets to help fund high school scholarships. Be sure to enter the Mixx 96 Giveaway Contest on the boardwalk and win a weekend getaway aboard the Virginia V.North at the Port Plaza, find the Squaxin Island Salish Seaport, presenting tribal activities, arts, artists, and cultural history through stories and dance. Little Creek Casino will be cooking up a storm with a tribal salmon bake and beer garden, proceeds of which will go to the Squaxin Island Tribe Museum.2017 marks the long awaited return of the Tall Ships Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain whom will be sharing the Port Plaza docks with the historic Mosquito Fleet Steam Ship Virginia V. All ships, sponsored by WFSE, and are open for touring (donations appreciated) and offer cruises. Find information on schedules, pricing and securing your tickets go to the Olympia Harbor Days website.Other major support for the festival comes from the City of Olympia, the Port of Olympia and community sponsors. Festival proceeds and donations help support the Olympia Kiwanis Club’s mission to help children and their families in the area.For more information, directions schedules, and more go to Olympia Harbor Days website or on Facebook at Olympia Harbor Days. Or download the mobile app at http://vue.do/Olympia use event code: 5065.Whether you are a cultural or history nut, a boating enthusiast, a landlubber, shopper or simply in search of a tasty bite to eat, Olympia Harbor Days always has something for everyone!Olympia Harbor Days and HoursFriday, September 1, 5:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.Saturday, September 2, 10:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.Sunday, September 3, 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Advertisement mz9cuNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsx0bWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Effm( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) pwi1Would you ever consider trying this?😱awux61Can your students do this? 🌚bp1pzRoller skating! Powered by Firework The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has suspended fast-bowler Shahadat Hossain for five years, although two years of the ban has been lifted by the board. He was also fined a sum of 300,000 Taka, equivalent to about Rs 253,000, for his unsportsmanlike behaviour.Advertisement The anger-prone fast bowler attacked youngster Arafat Sunny Jr during a domestic game between Dhaka and Khulna. The argument reportedly began from differences on how to shine the ball. After Shahadat slapped and kicked at his own teammate, the umpires promptly reported the circumstance. Shahadat, now 33 years old, had come into headlines a year ago in an extremely negative light after allegedly hitting a rickshaw driver at Dhaka. Even before, in 2015, he was charged with assaulted his housemaid, but later got acquitted during the trial.Advertisement “Considering his past behaviour we decided to punish him for five years. The last two years of his ban will remain suspended,” said a senior BCB official. Considering the circumstances and his history, this is a leisurely punishment for the veteran, who could very well have been banned for life. Advertisement Bangladesh World Cup jersey changed after criticism from fans Advertisement
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Advertisement 6lm6NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsx8lWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E8b( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 7yga8Would you ever consider trying this?😱tyCan your students do this? 🌚4Roller skating! Powered by Firework Barcelona and Real Madrid go into Wednesday’s hugely-awaited LaLiga El Clasico locked together at the top of the table after late drama in both their games last weekend.Advertisement LaLiga’s top two sides are currently tied on 35 points each, four ahead of third-placed Sevilla, with El Clasico as their game in hand. A winner of the rearranged game at the Camp Nou this week will be sure to top the table through the winter break, and a big favourite to take the title.Advertisement Advertisement The two months since the fixture was initially postponed in October has seen both Madrid and Barca kick into much better form following up-and-down starts to the campaign. Both teams had stiff tests this weekend, though. Barça were in action first and found themselves involved in a thriller at Real Sociedad on Saturday. Txuri-urdin captain Mikel Oyarzabal put his side in front from the penalty spot but Barça seemed to have turned it around with goals from Antoine Griezmann and Luis Suarez before home forward Alexander Isak equalised for 2-2 late on to ensure the spoils were shared. Sunday saw Zinedine Zidane’s side start strong at Valencia but appear to be heading for defeat when Los Che youngster Carlos Soler scored with 12 minutes remaining. But there was still time for Karim Benzema to hammer in an equaliser, after his team’s goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois had gone forward for a 95th minute corner, bringing a 1-1 final score. The two sides have also been evolving together over the course of the 2019/20 season. Real Madrid have been invigorated by the emergence of youngsters Fede Valverde and Rodrygo, with the Uruguayan midfielder, 21, and Brazilian forward, 18, both potentially match-winners as they head look to start El Clasico for the first time. An issue for Zidane is on the left of the defence, where versatile utility-man Nacho Fernandez filled-in against Valencia on Sunday. Barça have also been tweaking their side positively as the season has progressed, with summer arrivals Frenkie de Jong and Antoine Griezmann now more integrated into the Barça’s trademark passing style of football. The return to prominence of Ivan Rakitic has also helped their midfield cohesion, while left-back Jordi Alba proving himself fit again on Saturday was another boost. Much of the focus will again be on Barça talisman Lionel Messi, who has 18 goals and nine assists in 29 career El Clasico matches in LaLiga. Although Messi was missing with injury in the corresponding fixture last season, Barça still ran out resounding 5-1 winners at the Camp Nou, with Uruguayan star Luis Suarez stepping up with a hat-trick. Zidane was, however, unbeaten at the Camp Nou in LaLiga during his first term as Real Madrid coach, winning 2-1 in 2015/16 and securing draws during the two following campaigns. Valverde also has an excellent record in El Clasico, with last March’s 1-0 LaLiga victory at the Santiago Bernabeu making it three wins and a draw in four meetings since taking the Barça job. There is little to separate the two teams as they head into the next instalment of world football’s biggest club game, in front of a potential live TV audience of more than half a billion viewers in 182 countries. Wednesday’s LaLiga Clasico really is too tight to call, so all we can do is tune in and wait for the excitement to begin. Advertisement
The Cardinals have the edge heading into the final with one of the best records in the league this season.However, the Overland West Freightlines Tigers are on a roll, entering the contest as one of the hottest teams in the league.First pitch is 6:15 p.m. at Queen Elizabeth Park. The minor baseball season is winding down and in the hunt for the championships in the Cal Ripken Division are two Nelson and District Baseball Association teams.Wednesday, at Queen Elizabeth Park the two combatants — Nelson Overland West Freightlines Tigers and Nelson Priority Concrete Cardinals — take to the diamond to determine bragging rights, not only for the Heritage City but also the West Kootenay Baseball League.
Six rinks are gearing up to take a run at the defending champions as Nelson prepares to host the Kootenay Senior Curling Playdowns January 17-19 at the Heritage City Club.Defending the 2013 crown is the Tom Shypitka rink. Shypitka came within a game of capturing the provincial banner last year, losing in the final hosted in Trail.Staff at Mallard’s Source for Sports would like to honour the Shypitka rink before the crucial tournament with Team of the Week honours.The rink includes lead Bill King of Fruitvale, second second Don Freschi Trail, third Fred Thomson of Nelson and skip Tom Shypitka of Cranbrook.Other rinks entered in the championships are Ken McHargue of Sparwood, Douth Bothamley of Trail, Myron Nichol of Castlegar, Norm Fahselt, Rob Ferguson of Trail and Nando Salviulo of Nelson.
Now that the politics are out of the way, let the games begin.The L.V. Rogers Bombers looked to be in mid-season form during the Oliver Fall Festival Field hockey tournament Saturday in the South Okanagan City.The Bombers finished the tournament with a 3-1 record, losing its only contest to provincially ranked Kelowna Secondary School 4-0.“It was a great outing for the LVR team,” said Val Gibson, taking on one last coaching assignment after retiring in the spring.“Chemistry is good with the mixture of the new players.” “We won 3 of 4 games . . . two shutouts coming with goalies who had never played before.”LVR dumped South Okanagan 3-0 and the school’s B squad, 4-0 before defeating Mt Boucherie 5-1. The lone loss came in the final game against KSS Owls.Goal scorers for LVR during the weekend were Hailee Gerun with four goals, Naomi Perkins and Allie Zondervan each had three while Sarah Wade and Emma Borhi scored once each.The weekend was the rookie debut for two international students and a pair of Grade 9 players — Yu Takahashi, Svenja Rennecke, Julia Burkart and Hanna Quinn “All the new girls had valuable minutes,” Gibson said.“We were extremely happy with the results after such a limited number of practices due to the late start to the school year,” said Gibson, who along with Bruce Walgren form the coaching team for LVR.“The team was missing several key players who had work an soccer commitments in Nelson. With these gals, the team should be even stronger.”The Bombers travel to Castlegar Friday to meet J. Lloyd Crowe Hawks at 4 p.m. in the first West Kootenay contest of the season.
IF BAFFERT TRAINEE WINS TRIPLE CROWN, ISIDRO MORENO WILL WIN $1 MILLION –30– ARCADIA, Calif. (April 5, 2015)–At 17 hands and roughly 1,200 pounds, Bob Baffert’s undefeated Santa Anita Derby winning Dortmund is obviously big on stature and long on talent. Dedicated racing fan Isidro Moreno is hoping the striking chestnut colt by Big Brown has coattails as well, as Moreno, his wife Maria Blanca and their three children are counting on him to win racing’s Triple Crown and thus carry them to a $1 million bonus in the second annual Santa Anita Derby Millionaire Contest.A resident of Pacoima, Moreno, who is a full-time groom at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center, took the day off of work and celebrated his 42nd birthday by attending the races on Saturday with his wife and youngest daughter, Mariah.Upon arriving at the track, he entered the Santa Anita Derby Millionaire Contest, whereupon he drew favored Dortmund, while five other fans had their individual hopes pinned on his competition. With $1,000 win bets provided by Santa Anita in-hand, the six contestants watched the 78th Santa Anita Derby intently from the Winner’s Circle as Dortmund dusted the competition by 4 ¼ lengths and improved his record to a perfect six for six.Off at 3-5, Dortmund paid $3.20 to win and thus provided Isidro with a tidy birthday profit of $1,600. Santa Anita will provide Moreno with a $7,500 win ticket on Dortmund in the Kentucky Derby May 2, and if he wins there, an additional $10,000 win wager in the Preakness Stakes on May 16. And, if Dortmund becomes the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978, Moreno will win the $1 million Santa Anita Derby bonus on Belmont Stakes Day, June 6.When asked what he would do with a million dollar pot of Derby gold, Moreno responded, “We wouldn’t buy a car or take a fancy trip. We have three kids and we’d like to buy a house.” Moreno’s daughter, Mariah, quickly stated that she wanted her dad to “buy a puppy.”The Santa Anita Derby Contest, which was initiated last year, was nearly hit, as Eddie Espinoza of Whittier followed California Chrome through victories in the Santa Anita Derby, Kentucky Derby and Preakness before meeting defeat with a fourth place run in the 2014 Belmont.Here’s hoping the Isidro Moreno family gets the house they’ve always wanted–and a puppy in the window as well.
–30– ARCADIA, Calif. (Jan. 15, 2016)–Separated by just a neck when last they met, Stormy Lucy, Gender Agenda and Glory all rate big chances as they head a field of 12 older fillies and mares set to contest Santa Anita’s Grade III, $100,000 Megahertz Stakes at one mile on turf this Monday.An upset winner of Del Mar’s Grade I, one mile turf Matriarch Stakes two starts back Nov. 29, trainer Ed Moger’s Stormy Lucy was flying at the finish in the Grade III, 1 1/8 miles turf Robert J. Frankel Stakes here on Dec. 27, finishing second, beaten a neck, by Gender Agenda.A deep closer who has kept consistent graded stakes company in Southern California dating back to June of 2012, the 7-year-old Stormy Atlantic mare appears to be at the top of her game and will hope to find room turning for home when cutting back a furlong in distance on Monday. With Kent Desormeaux set to ride her for the third consecutive time, Stormy Lucy is has one win from eight tries at a flat mile on turf. Owned by Steve Moger, “Lucy” is 32-8-3-5 overall with earnings of $791,700.Although regarded as best suited going a mile on turf, trainer Carla Gaines’ Gender Agenda pressed the passed in the Frankel and prevailed under Rafael Bejarano in a thrilling finish. With an 8-3-1-1 mark at the Megahertz distance, the 5-year-old English-bred mare by Holy Roman Emperor can be expected to bring a top performance on Monday, and will be ridden by Tyler Baze, who has guided her to one win in five tries.Owned by Keith Brackpool, Alon Ossip and Timothy Ritvo, Gender Agenda has four wins from 11 stateside starts and is 18-5-3-3 overall with earnings of $287,108.Fox Hill Farms’ Glory, a lightly raced 4-year-old filly by Tapit, tried gate to wire tactics in the Frankel, but was collared late by Gender Agenda and ended up third, a nose behind Stormy Lucy. The 5-2 favorite in the 12-horse Frankel, Glory, like Gender Agenda, could well appreciate the cutback in distance and looms a major threat with Mike Smith engaged to ride her back. Trained by Jerry Hollendorfer, Glory is 9-3-2-2 overall with earnings of $145,370.Third, beaten 2 ¼ lengths two starts back in the Grade III, Sen. Ken Maddy Stakes at 6 ½ furlongs down Santa Anita’s hillside turf, trainer Tom Proctor’s Theatre Star comes off a close fifth down the hill in the Grade II Monrovia Stakes and rates a legitimate chance stretching out off of three consecutive turf sprints. With two seconds from four tries at a mile on turf, Glen Hill Farm’s Theatre Star, a 6-year-old mare by War Front, is 17-5-3-3 overall with earnings of $247,405.Ultra consistent Chaulk O Lattey, who is conditioned by red-hot trainer Richard Baltas, comes off a close second in the 1 1/16 miles turf Kathryn Crosby Stakes (restricted) Nov. 7 and seeks her first added money win in the Megahertz. A 5-year-old California-bred mare by Silic, Chaulk O Lattey runs on the front end and figures to ensure a solid pace. Bred by Nadine Anderson and owned by Brazeau Thoroughbred Farms, Little Red Feather Racing and Anderson, Chaulk O Lattey is 5-3-1-1 at one mile on turf and is 10-4-2-2 overall with earnings of $237,928.The complete field for the Megahertz, to be run as Monday’s eighth race, with jockeys and weights in post position order: Circling, Tiago Pereira, 118; Glory, Mike Smith, 118; Beat of The Drum, Flavien Prat, 118; Theatre Star, Drayden Van Dyke, 118; Sweet as a Rose, Geena Lattanzio, 118; Tizz a Kiss, Santiago Gonzalez, 118; Keri Belle, Alex Solis, 118; Gender Agenda, Tyler Baze, 123; Stormy Lucy, Kent Desormeaux, 123; Chaulk O Lttey, Rafael Bejarano, 118; Journey On, Mario Gutierrez, 118, and Alexis Tangier, Gary Stevens, 118. ALSO ELIGIBLE: Oscar Party, Fernando Perez, 118, and My Year Is a Day, Brice Blanc, 118.First post time on Monday, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day at Santa Anita is at 12:30 p.m. Admission gates open at 10:30 a.m.
Triple Jump Tylen Guidry, LU Ceaser Stephens, NSU Chris Welch, HBU FRISCO, Texas – Southeastern Louisiana’s D.J. Ruffin and Incarnate Word’s Sarea Alexander are the 2019 Southland Conference Indoor Track & Field Athletes of the Year, the league announced Tuesday. Additionally, the first, second and third team all-conference athletes and individual award winners were named. Southland Conference Athletes of the Year are presented by Ready Nutrition.Ruffin and Alexander were named the Athletes of the Year after stellar performances at the 2019 Southland Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships at the Birmingham CrossPlex in Birmingham, Ala. Ruffin was named the men’s Most Valuable Performer after scoring 30 points throughout the meet, capturing first-place finishes in the high jump and long jump events. Alexander leaped her way to conference championships in the long jump and triple jump events and qualified for the NCAA Championship with a 20-11.2 leap in the long jump.Sam Houston State’s Dave Self, who led his men’s squad to a first-place team finish, was named the Men’s Coach of the Year for the fourth consecutive year. Phil Olson of Stephen F. Austin was named the Women’s Coach of the Year after leading his Ladyjack squad to a team title at the conference championships.Southland Conference indoor track & field superlatives are nominated and voted upon by the league’s head coaches. Voting for oneself or one’s own athletes is not permitted. All-Conference distinction is given to the first-, second- and third-place finishers in each championship event final.For athletes that achieved qualifying marks this season, the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships will be a two-day event hosted at the Birmingham CrossPlex from March 8-9.The 2019 Southland Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships will be hosted by Northwestern State May 3-5 in Natchitoches, La.Men’s Outstanding Field Events Performer – D.J. Ruffin, Sr., Southeastern Louisiana D.J. Ruffin scored a pair of conference championships in the high jump and long jump events. Ruffin was responsible for 29.5 of Southeastern Louisiana’s 83 points for a runner-up team finish. The senior’s point-scoring performance stands as the second-most scored by an individual in Southland Conference Indoor Track & Field history.Men’s Outstanding Running Events Performer – Jordan Rowe, Jr., LamarJordan Rowe capped a strong showing at the indoor championships, tallying gold medals in the mile and 3,000-meter races. The junior put forth a 8:17.37 clip in the 3,000m event as well as a personal-best in the mile with a time of 4:08.17.Men’s Freshman of the Year – Jo’vaughn Martin, Sam Houston StateSam Houston State’s Jo’vaughn Martin cashed in an impressive performance in his first Southland Conference Indoor Championships appearance taking a silver medal in the 60m dash. His best performance, however, was saved for the 200m dash where he placed first overall while setting a SLC meet record after crossing the line with a 21.07 clip.Men’s Newcomer of the Year – Jordan Rowe, Jr., LamarIn addition to being named the Most Outstanding Running Events Performer, Jordan Rowe was also voted the Southland Men’s Newcomer of the Year. His pair of gold medals were crucial to Lamar’s 73 points and the team’s fourth-place in the overall standings. Rowe is in his first season with the Cardinals and made his way state-side after attending Loughborough University.Men’s Athlete of the Year – D.J. Ruffin, Sr., Southeastern LouisianaRuffin was also crowned with the Men’s Athlete of the Year honor after his larger than life performance for the Lions last week. In addition to his two gold medal performances in his field events, the senior also found a spot on the podium for the 400m race and anchored the 4x400m relay team who finished second in the event.Men’s Coach of the Year – Dave Self, Sam Houston StateDave Self led his Bearkat men’s squad to its fourth-straight team title on the way to his fourth consecutive Men’s Coach of the Year accolade. The Sam Houston State head coach pushed his men’s squad to 112 points, beating the second-place team by 29 points. The team’s margin of victory stands as the largest of the past four years for Self.Women’s Outstanding Field Events Performer – Sarea Alexander, RSr., Incarnate WordSarea Alexander put forth a pair of first-place finishes in the long jump and triple jump events, setting UIW program records in both events throughout the indoor season. The Cardinal’s jumper is the first-ever Incarnate Word competitor to win a title in multiple events at a Southland Conference Championships.Women’s Outstanding Running Events Performer – Natashia Jackson, Jr., Northwestern StateNatashia Jackson was crucial for the Lady Demons’ second-place team finish securing medals in the 60m, 200m and 4x400m relay events. Jackson was named the Women’s Most Valuable Performer for the second consecutive year. The sprinter compiled 24 of Northwestern State’s 85 points.Women’s Freshman of the Year – Nastassja Campbell, Stephen F. AustinNastassja Campbell entered her first indoor championship meet without missing a beat, capturing first-place in the pole vault event with a meet-record vault of 14-0.9. The freshman will continue her season at the NCAA Indoor Championships later this week in the pole vault. Campbell qualified for the national event earlier this season at the Ted Nelson Invitational where she logged a 14-4.75 vault.Women’s Newcomer of the Year – Sophie Wood, Jr., LamarSophie Wood was named the Southland’s Newcomer of the Year after a fourth-place finish in the 3,000m race. Wood ran a time of 10:01.32 to help the Cardinals finish in sixth-place among the final team standings. Wood joined the Lamar squad from Rotherham, United Kingdom where she attended Manchester Metropolitan University.Women’s Athlete of the Year – Sarea Alexander, RSr., Incarnate WordSarea Alexander’s endeavors at the Southland Indoor Championships led to her being named the Women’s Athlete of the Year. The senior will continue her indoor season at the NCAA Championships after qualifying with a 20-11.2 leap at the Southland Conference Championships last week. Alexander will be UIW’s first competitor in program history at the NCAA National meet.Women’s Coach of the Year – Phil Olson, Stephen F. AustinPhil Olson claimed the Women’s Coach of the Year award after leading his Ladyjack team to a first-place finish after scoring 141 points. Stephen F. Austin demolished the field beating the second-place team by a margin of 56 points. The team title stands as the ninth in program history for the Ladyjacks.2019 Southland Conference Men’s Indoor Track & Field All-Conference Teams DMR LU: J. Gooch, K. Nelson, B. Lantau, M. Arnold UCA: M. Schweikert, L. Colon, S. Sullivan, J. Jeandree SHSU: J. Austin, E. Pouncy, M. Freeman, J. Leon 3,000m Brittany Innis, SFA Alex Eykelbosch, MCN Kelsey Ramirez, SFA 5,000m Matthew Arnold, LU Markus Schweikert, UCA Grant O’ Callaghan, SLU Shot Put Kai Schmidt, ACU Stevon Crooks, SLU Kevin Steward, SFA DMR SFA: L. Davis, A. Compass, M. Compass, K. Ramirez AMCC: M. McCutchen, L. Manciaz, S. Wynn, V. Campos HBU: J. Rabius, S. Slaughter, S. Moore, J. Drews Long Jump D.J. Ruffin, SLU LaRon James, NSU Jacorious Jeter, NSU Shot Put Ashley Davis, SLU Kayla Melgar, ACU Danielle Lorenz, UNO 200m Jo’vaughn Martin, SHSU Chris Jefferson, SHSU Tyler Smith, MCN Pole Vault Branson Ellis, SFA Devin King, SLU Clayton Fritsch, SHSU Mile Jordan Rowe, LU Ryan Cleary, ACU Deion Hardy, UIW High Jump Sashane Hanson, AMCC Hannah Noble, UCA Grace McKenzie, MCN 4x400m NSU: C. Willis, D. Granados, K. Evans, N. Jackson UIW: E. Sebastion, D. Allen, D. Keys, T. Mays SFA: D. Jackson, A. Teel, M. Compass, I. Nave High Jump D.J. Ruffin, SLU Zach Seaman, AMCC Noah Berney, SFA Mile Kelsey Ramirez, SFA Briahna Gerlach, ACU Alejandra Ruiz, UCA Heptathlon Denim Rogers, HBU Rodney Littlejohn, UIW Scott Boon, HBU 800m Madison Compass, SFA Dominique Allen, UIW LaSean Davis, SFA 400m Imani Nave, SFA Tiffani Mays, UIW Natashia Jackson, NSU 2019 Southland Conference Women’s Indoor Track & Field All-Conference Teams 60m Hurdles Fabian McCall, SHSU Tremayne Flagler, NSU Darion Dunn, MCN Weight Throw Joshua Hernandez, SHSU Morgan Knight, ACU Aaron Akens, SHSU 200m Natashia Jackson, NSU Ajah Criner, UCA Imani Nave, SFA 60m Micah Larkins, NSU Jo’vaughn Martin, SHSU Chris Jefferson, SHSU 60m Thai Williams, LU Aleyah Donald, MCN Natashia Jackson, NSU Event First Second Third Pentathlon Sashane Hanson, AMCC Migle Muraskaite, LU Parl Eelma, LU 3,000m Jordan Rowe, LU Garett Cortez, UIW Grant O’ Callaghan, SLU 400m Webster Slaughter, LU D.J. Ruffin, SLU Jared Williams, ACU 4x400m ACU: R. Linton, B. Brownlow, J. Williams, A. Williams SLU: D. Ruffin, T. Jones, C. Resais, D. Storr AMCC: T. Spivey, D. Baptiste, K. Humber, D. Nwachukwu Weight Throw Alanna Arvie, MCN Lonnie Smith, ACU Kayla Melgar, ACU 800m Drake Murphy, SFA Alex Hanson, UCA Joe Austin, SHSU Triple Jump Sarea Alexander, UIW Jasmyn Steels, NSU Lauren Clarke, NSU Long Jump Sarea Alexander, UIW Jasmyn Steels, NSU Deja Phillips, LU Pole Vault Nastassja Campbell, SFA Kaylee Bizzell, SFA AnnMarie Broussard, NSU Event First Second Third 5,000m Alex Eykelbosch, MCN Brittany Innis, SFA Valentina Campos, AMCC 60m Hurdles Jerica Love, UIW Jillian Turner, SFA Megan Kirby, ACU