first_img“God must be acknowledged. When God is acknowledged, we will see God’s intervention in our lives,” said Reverend Darius Game.Rev Game was speaking to Team East New Britain during their second bonding session yesterday at the Vunapope Archdiocese Hall.The Bonding Day program, which was a follow-up from last week’s gathering, coincided with the National Repentance Day.Coordinator of the Deputy Prime Minister, Albert Buanga, stated that the two events carried out simultaneously were in fact significant.There could have been times when the officials and athletes might have had differences amongst themselves. However, Buanga believes that all these were put aside after the athletes were led by the Reverend Edward Kolonitai through the prayer of repentance.He said all will be able to look forward to a fresh start as they prepare for the PNG Games in November.Youth representative Philip Tale shared that just as they have to try to experience God, the same can be said about sports. Athletes should not only be able to know the sport but they also have to be able to make the sport become a part of themselves, in order to perform better in the upcoming games.The program started at 11am and ended at 1.14pm.last_img read more

first_imgJake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ As confirmed by Complex Studios, the unlikely duo will star in a new YouTube sports talk show called “Out of Bounds,” which will “explore the cultural impact of today’s biggest sports leagues, players and headlines.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smog As road to Final 4 gets tougher, Knights confident of chances In a career that span 12 seasons, “Agent Zero” was known as a prolific scorer, with career averages of 20.7 points to go along with 3.9 rebounds and 5.3 assists.Since retiring from pornography, the Lebanese-American Khalifa, on the other hand, has proven to be quite the vocal sports fan, often publicly pledging her allegiance to the Washington Redskins, Nationals and Wizards.The show premieres on Oct. 16.  Khristian Ibarrola /raSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny LATEST STORIES Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award “For Complex News, the goal was to create an ‘anti-sports show sports show,’ a program that feels  as close to the commentary that is happening in living rooms and on social media as possible,” Complex’s chief content officer Noah Callahan-Bever told the Washington Post.The show marks the return to the mainstream for the three-time All Star Arenas, whose once stellar career was cut short due to injuries.ADVERTISEMENT Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ setcenter_img Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Former Washington Wizards point guard Gilbert Arenas called out retired porn star Mia Khalifa earlier this week for “sliding into his DM’s” (direct messages). Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? MOST READ But as it turns out, the post was simply a publicity stunt to promote a new sports show that he’ll co-host with the ex-adult film star-turned social media personality.ADVERTISEMENT Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scenelast_img read more

first_imgThe New Amsterdam Town Council (NATC) has taken a decision to fine property owners with overgrowth on their premises, as much as ,000 if the Town Council has to clean it.The decision was taken at the NATC’s last statutory meeting, where the topic of the Town’s environment took centre stage.Following the meeting, head of the Environmental Health Department, Municipal Health Inspector, Ackloo Ramsudh, told Guyana Times that those who would be affected are those who have migrated.“There are a lot of difficulties in locating the owners of those lots and so the Council has taken a decision since we cannot locate these owners or some of them, that we have served written notices to and have failed to comply… so the Council will enter on those lands, have it weeded and cleaned and the cost incurred in that exercise will be determined by the council. Those monies will be fixed onto the taxes of those proprietors, so those persons who are accustomed to paying 00 and 0 per year, could find that when they come to pay their taxes they have to pay ,000,” Ramsudh said.According to the health inspector, the council has received complaints that delinquents have been using such places as hideouts. The NATC’s decision is also being welcomed by the Police.Meanwhile, Ackloo says the department has also been raising concerns over the town’s limited ability to control mosquito borne diseases.He explained: “We know that there has been an increase in mosquito-borne diseases within the township and within the country as a whole and some of these lands provide a harbour for mosquitoes and the accumulation of water provides breathing grounds for mosquitoes because one cycle of the mosquito’s life takes place in water.”He said the council is urging errant persons to cooperate with the municipality and have their lots cleared of overgrowth, despite the fact that these fines will bring much needed revenue to the cash-strapped Municipality.last_img read more

first_imgAs public suspicion about the Ebola vaccine trials continues in the country, the debate is heightening over the pros and cons, and future impacts of the vaccines on public health.   The most recent debate on the issue involved two Liberian medical doctors, Stephen Kennedy, Co-investigator of the Partnership for Research on Ebola Vaccine in Liberia (PREVAIL) and Vuyu Kanda Golakai, Dean of the A.M. Dogliotti College of Medicine, University of Liberia (UL).  The two medical doctors made their presentations on February 27 at the Stella Maris Polytechnic, during the Liberia Civil Society Organizations Ebola Response Task Force 3rd Dialogue forum on the theme, “Details of the Vaccine Trial and Its Impact on Public Health.”  The two doctors strongly differed with each other on the administration of the vaccines in principle, each defending his side why it is necessary to conduct the trial here in Liberia, and why it should not.  Representing the pros, Dr. Stephen B. Kennedy said he took the vaccine three weeks ago and he continues to be healthy.  He said Phases One and Two of the trial vaccine were tried in the United States, Canada and Switzerland, and Phase Three that requires testing in an Ebola-affected country came to Liberia, because it is an affected country.  Regarding the safety of the trial vaccine, Dr. Kennedy said it is 100 percent safe but it is associated with fever, weakness and pain in the body. He failed to state what may happen in case of the death of a volunteer. However, he clarified that the vaccine trial in Liberia will come with historical recognition, royalty and many scholarships for Liberians, if successful. He began with the criticism that the old folks in the medical field, including his former instructor, Dr. Golakai, had failed to deliver to the Liberian health system the needed deliverables, and therefore they, the younger generation, are now in the driver’s seat to bring to reality what their predecessors failed to achieve.  He encouraged people to believe in the trial vaccines, claiming that others have tried vaccines in their countries and Liberia benefitted from the results.Dr. Kennedy, who received the highest number of questions and comments during the debate also failed to clearly state the impact of the trial vaccine on public health.  On the issue of sufficient public awareness about the trial vaccine, he said the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare conducted public awareness and that there is no reason for any Liberian to be suspicious of the process.However, in early February at a press conference in Monrovia Dr. Kennedy admitted to the error that PREVAIL did not involve the media and civil society in the discussions  surrounding the trial vaccine, which, according to him,  created public suspicion. On the other hand, tough and straight talking Dr. Golakai, who sides with the cons in the debate, criticized the decision to carry on the vaccine trials that he said was reached at the top and could not go through scientific research, procedures and debates.  Though he said he does not have qualms with the vaccine research as it is, Dr. Golakai contended that the trial of the vaccines is deceptive and that even U.S. citizens would not allow the trials to be conducted upon the orders of President Obama until scientists there had held sufficient discussions and assured the nation of its safety.  “The President of this country, the Legislature and the Judiciary have no right to allow clinical trial vaccines to be conducted without hearings that involve those who studied medicine in this country,” he charged.He told the gathering that the decision about the vaccine trials was made at the government level and they as medical practitioners were forced to comply.  In addition to his concerns, Dr. Golakai stressed that informed consent and knowledge about the vaccine were taken for granted.  According to him, partners were supposed to have informed the public about what the trial entails, noting, “There was no social mobilization. Therefore, the lack of cooperation and growing suspicion we are receiving are because there was no awareness.”Furthermore, said Dr. Golakai, if the vaccine trial is successful, Liberia stands not to benefit anything, but powerful countries, including the United States, will buy everything and keep them for emergency to sell to Liberia at a higher cost.He notified the gathering that three vaccine trials had taken place in Liberia, but the country has gained nothing out of those trials and continues to buy the vaccines more expensively than they are bought in the United States.Dr. Golakai moreover described as “unethical” the report about giving US$40 to each volunteer to take the trial vaccine.  He argued that many Liberians are poor, adding, “If a Yanna boy making US$2.00 a week is given US$10.00 a day for instance, his action will no longer be voluntary, but will depend on the offer.”  The committee decided that the trial should be purely voluntary without money, but it has proven otherwise, thus bringing suspicion as to whether people are volunteering or not, Dr. Golakai said.  The timing of the virus and the vaccine creates doubt and suspicion, the Medical College dean further stated.  “We don’t know how Ebola got into this part of Africa.  It has been in south and east Africa, about 4,000 miles away from Liberia.  Did the bat fly with it here, or was it brought by the plane?” he wondered.  He indicated that there are countries patented for the virus in this world and patent rights are paid to the United States.   These countries, he charged, have taken an organism created by God to be a property of man.  He said the virus may have been manipulated to give those with patent rights more power or the opportunity to make more money.   Liberia being in a state of Catch 22, Dr. Golakai declared, has no option since it is weak and helpless, and therefore the trials and virus have to be here.  Dr. Golakai, who boldly expressed that he was ashamed, having accepted to work on the committee studying and trying the vaccines, noted that Ebola is a biochemical weapon grade four, and trials in America and other places were halted because of fear of eventualities.  He could not state what the impact will be on public health because as one person who opposed the trials during the committee’s meeting, he was overwhelmed by votes of those in supporter of the vaccine trials. He said scientific research cannot be hastily done or based on political will.  It should rather be based on careful and timely studies and consultations.He also contended that because Liberians want to get garden eggs, pepper and other food stuff from Guinea, government has hastily opened the borders, warning that the reemergence of Ebola is imminent.  The Charge` d’Affaires of the U.S. Embassy, Sheila Paskman,  countered in a short statement that United States is partnering with Liberia to help the country and is not forcing its will on the country.Meanwhile, participants in the dialogue were left with more doubts and questions than answers about the impact of the vaccine trials on public health as most questions to Dr. Kennedy were not addressed.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img

first_imgShipping company leaseCity Hall and the National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited (NICIL) are currently battling over a plot of land on Lombard Street, and both sides have presented evidence to back their claim of ownership of the property.The unending conflict continued once again at the Commission of Inquiry, where Town Clerk Royston King presented documents to show that the land is owed by the Mayor and City Council and had been leased before on two occasions. It is alleged that King leased the land, located at Lot 1 Mudflat, Lombard Street, for a price of $625,000 per year since 2016.NICIL would have provided statements to the Commission, via its in-house Attorney Arianne McLean, which posited that they acquired the property in 2002. The Guyana National Engineering Corporation (GNEC) would have vested all of its assets to NICIL and they became the lawful owner.GNIC was occupying the said piece of land as a tenant from 1995, and when NICIL acquired the property in 2002, GNIC continued to operate with the new proprietor.“The original owner of the property was GNEC. They leased it to GNIC by a 1995 lease. In 2002, GNEC was dissolved by a vesting order and GNIC remained the tenant.”Represented by Attorney-at-Law Maxwell Edwards, King appeared before the CoI on Friday and a discussion led to Edwards referring to the organisation as a “fraud”.In April of 2016, the lease was granted by Town Clerk Royston King for the Quick Shipping Incorporated to operate at the Lot 1 Mudflat, Lombard Street property. While a letter was issued to NICIL for permission, it was insinuated that King did not submit the document to the council for deliberation, as was mandatory.King’s lawyer maintained that City Hall is the rightful owner of the wharf, and further declared “NICIL is a fraud”, since the property was never conferred.On another note, King verified that this matter was never brought to the attention of the Council, since he has the power to ensure all of the Council’s properties are effectively managed. Additionally, he said, the land was leased before, and he was continuing that process.Conversely, when he tried to prove his point using the Municipal and District Council’s Act (Chapter 28:01), Justice Cecil Kennard clarified that this does not give him the authority to lease lands. He also mentioned that the Council should’ve been informed, since the parties had changed.Furthermore, while the Town Clerk stated that the monies were paid to the council, Tax Collecting Officer of the City Treasury Department, Kim Forbes, had told the CoI there are no records of payment by the shipping company for 2016, but yet the company managed to submit their receipts during their statement. In 2017 and 2018, $625,000 was paid to the Council.Reneged tax waiverKing was also subjected to answer to his private meeting with the Chairman of Giftland Mall, Royston Beepat, for the waiver of taxes.Consultant of MCG Investments Inc, Ray Hugh, represented Beepat and exposed that a meeting was convened between the duo, whereby it was agreed that all rates and taxes, including penalties and interests, would be waved completely for the years 2015 and 2016. Additionally, for 2017, Giftland Mall would only be required to pay a sum of $11,467,500 after the interests and penalties would’ve been waived. This was after a letter was issued stating that the mall owed $44,255,183 to the local organ body.King was required to respond via a letter after the engagement to confirm the agreements, but the company said he issued a letter sometime after, stating that the agreement ‘no longer stood’ because of the lapse of time and ‘certain circumstances’.The Town Clerk admitted that he did attend the meeting, but said this was only at the behest of the Finance Sub-Committee, who thought of it as the best way of obtaining whatever sum was owed. King also claimed that he did not engage in discussions about the wavering of outstanding rates and taxes.“There was no discussion on waiving any taxes. There was discussion concerning options in respect to the interests that were approved on the taxes,” he said.“I’m not aware”For the many vendors who have been complaining about their stalls being demolished and items seized, the Town Clerk posited that he was “unaware of”, or couldn’t “recall,” most of the incidents.He further stated that he is responsible for the administration of the Council, and Clerk of Markets Sherlock Lovell and the City Engineer’s Department would usually deal with these issues.A Bourda Market vendor, Desrey Dey, would have testified that her stall was demolished along with 21 others in 2015.She stated that they were informed by Town Clerk Royston King that they would have to remove their stalls to make accommodation for works at the Bedford School. After a few days had elapsed and King had failed to meet with them, an excavator was instructed to demolish her stands, causing her to incur losses amounting to $300,000.King told the Commission that he does not know anyone by the name of Desrey Dey, and he indicated that there were no stalls at that area, only tables and stands. As of now, no school was ever built at the location.last_img read more

first_img– even though 60,000 active applications pendingSince taking office in 2015, the A Partnership for National Union/Alliance for Change (APNU/AFC) Government has significantly reduced the number of house lots being distributed, despite the increasing demand by citizens.CH&PA Operations Director Denise King-TudorAt a press brief on Monday, Operations Director of the CH&PA, Denise King-Tudor, stated that the agency has seen a significant increase in interest shown by persons for house lots.“In fact, what has happened, the interest that has been shown by the public in terms of acquiring lands from Government, we would have achieved, in terms of new applicants coming in the system 6412 new applicants and we would have interviewed 6784,” she said.Turn-key homes which were constructed under the PPP AdministrationThis figure has brought the total number of active applications for house lots to over 60,000. King-Tudor admitted that the agency has a far way to go in terms of delivering its mandate to the public.“Some of the challenges that we have, there are some new areas that we have already…the designs are out and we are expecting to proceed to the point where we would allocate some of those lots to persons who have been waiting. And the thing about it, it will always be a demand and supply issue. The demand is always greater than the supply. We at the agency have been using the number of applications to say that is the demand. But we are aware that we need to do some further work because it’s not a case because you apply that is to say you really need it right now. And so that is why I was saying that we are planning to review…to do some further assessments in order for us to be able to decide if we’re going to be allocating 2000 on an annual basis or 3000 and that sort of thing,” she explained.She further stated that despite the increasing demand for house lots, the CH&PA lowered the target figure for house lot allocations for 2019 compared to the previous year. The target for 2019 was set at a mere 1000 with 1298 house lots being allocated.“In fact, last year we had a higher target and we reduced it. But this year, we’re grateful that we’ve been able to achieve what was set out,” King-Tudor stated.A comparison of previous years shows that there has been a vast reduction in the number of house lots distributed annually since the APNU Government took office in 2015.In 2016, 2020 house lots were allocated with the target being a mere 1100 for that year. In 2017, the Annual Report of the CH&PA showed that a total of only 1131 house lots were allocated for qualified applicants.The report stated that the original target of allocations for that year was just a mere 1000. This represented a major decrease in house lot allocations as well as reduced target figures from the previous years.Thus, these figures are pale in comparison to the number of house lots distributed in previous years under the former People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Administration. In the CH&PA’s 2013 Annual Report, its programme performance assessment had indicated that 4417 house lots were allocated, just shy of the target of 5900.The backlog of applicants waiting for house lots has been a consistent problem that the CH&PA has been unable to get under control. In 2018, the agency had announced that nine new housing areas would be developed the following year.However, the house lots being distributed are in stark contrast to times when in excess of 4000 house lots were once distributed by the authority when former Housing Minister Irfaan Ali was at the helm.Under the previous PPP/C Administration, over 100,000 house lots were distributed and over 200 core houses were made available to underprivileged families, while a programme for professional groups provided 200 teachers, nurses and policemen with fast track access to loans for home construction.There is also the 1000 Homes Project that was launched in June of 2013 by the CH&PA to expand the Housing Ministry’s Turn-Key Houses programme that recommenced in 2011. Construction began in May of 2014 and by December of 2014, 100 Buttercup Cottages were completed.Apart from the houses themselves, this project provided employment opportunities for over 300 skilled and semi-skilled workers in the construction industry.last_img read more

first_img1 Tranmere Rovers have named Micky Adams as their new manager just three days after sacking Rob Edwards.The former Port Vale boss will take charge of the side after this Saturday’s match at Oxford and will be tasked with helping Rovers recover from their poor start to life in League Two.Chairman Mark Palios said: “In the position the club currently finds itself we felt it was important to appoint an experienced manager with good connections and a track record of success in League Two.“In our present position at the bottom of the League, we don’t have the luxury of the time to allow a new manager to learn his trade.“Micky has an impressive win ratio, which he has sustained over a long career and often in circumstances where he has had to operate in difficult situations or with limited budgets.  His success is no flash in the pan.“We have acted quickly to fill the post so he has as much time as possible to lift us up the table and to identify his targets to strengthen the squad in the transfer window.”Adams, who will now manage the 11th club in his career, said: “I’m delighted to be given the opportunity to manage Tranmere Rovers by the Chairman and Board of Directors.“The immediate task is to get the Club off the foot of the table. There’s a lot of hard work ahead but it’s a challenge I’m relishing“Tranmere is a good club with a proud history and one which shouldn’t be near the bottom of the division. In the weeks and months ahead I’ll be doing everything I can to drive the club forward and to a much healthier position.”Adams’ first game in the dugout is set to be Tuesday’s home game against Mansfield.Palios added: “The extensive work we are undertaking behind the scenes at Tranmere Rovers to provide the Club with a bright future is predicated on us retaining our Football League status.“That is foremost in our minds, and Micky’s appointment is designed to ensure we can continue with our long-term strategy that would ultimately make Tranmere Rovers a successful self-sustainable Football Club.“The Tranmere fans have been fantastic in supporting the team in recent League games, despite some disappointing results, and this has kept the team fighting to the end of the 90 minutes.“We are delighted that someone of the pedigree of Micky Adams has agreed to join us to help steer the Club back up the League, where it belongs“I am sure that the supporters will continue to play their part in helping Micky and the squad to turn the season around.” New Tranmere boss Micky Adams last_img read more

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventAmong the sanctions the NCAA could impose would be forfeiting victories from last season, a ban on bowl games and TV appearances, or a reduction of scholarships. The Bush family spent the 2005 season living in a Spring Valley home owned by Michael Michaels, a businessman who had sought to handle the star tailback’s professional marketing, Yahoo reported Sunday. “Rather than jumping to conclusions, we need to determine the facts before commenting on this report,” University of Southern California athletic director Mike Garrett said in a statement. Neighbors told Yahoo Bush’s mother, Denise Griffin, his stepfather, LaMar Griffin, and brother Jovan Griffin – who could be seen walking on the Memorial Coliseum field after home games wearing Bush jerseys with their family relation stitched on the back – moved into the home shortly after it was purchased by Michaels for $757,500 in March of 2005. The Web site reported the family moved out of the house Friday after questions over its ownership arose. A link between the family of Reggie Bush and a man seeking to promote the former USC star’s professional career could result in sanctions against the school, a source familiar with NCAA compliance issues said late Sunday. For more than year the parents of Bush, expected to be the first pick in next weekend’s NFL draft, had lived in a plush San Diego-area home that property records show belong to a man who allegedly tried to play a role in steering Bush toward a sports agent and who also hoped to handle his professional marketing, according to a report by Yahoo! Sports. The Pacific-10 Conference said Sunday it would begin an investigation into whether the reported arrangement would violate NCAA rules prohibiting athletes or their families from getting extra benefits. “If, and it’s a big if, USC knew or should have known about this, then anything is possible,” the source said. “If any of the coaches or staff members knew about it and didn’t do anything about it, or conducted an investigation that was faulty, that would be egregious, a potentially major violation.” “I have absolutely nothing to say,” Denise Griffin told Yahoo when asked about the property. Michaels reportedly attempted to steer Bush toward San Diego agent David Caravantes. Instead, Bush hired Joel Segal, a former associate of Caravantes at World Wide Entertainment and Sports. The Pac-10 investigation could be hindered because Bush, since he no longer is an eligible athlete, isn’t required to cooperate. “It means that if Reggie didn’t want to talk, he wouldn’t have to talk,” according to the source. “It’s easier when you have a student who wants to stay eligible.” Among the questions the investigation is likely to ask, if there is evidence the alleged arrangement violated NCAA rules, is whether Michaels was a representative of USC’s athletic interest. If USC was eventually forced to forfeit any games from last season, it would not have to return its share of receipts of the Rose Bowl payout. While schools can be forced to return revenues from the NCAA basketball tournament, the NCAA isn’t the sanctioning body for bowl games. “We don’t know anything right now,” USC coach Pete Carroll said. – Scott Wolf contributed.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

first_imgDDTV: HUNDREDS of runners from all over Ireland and Britain took the 2012 Ballyliffin Coastal Challenge on Saturday. Were you there?Watch our video of the start of the race to see if you can see yourself among the 670 runners and walkers.Click to play.You can also see the results here: our report from Saturday here:   WERE YOU THERE? DDTV VIDEO OF START OF THE 2012 BALLYLIFFIN COASTAL CHALLENGE was last modified: April 8th, 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:WERE YOU THERE? DDTV VIDEO OF START OF THE 2012 BALLYLIFFIN COASTAL CHALLENGElast_img read more

first_imgSt. Louis – Drake University men’s golfer Tim Lim was named the MVC Golfer of the Week on Wednesday afternoon, the league office announced. Lim took home medalist honors at the SIUE Derek Dolenc Invitational after a strong final round and a win in a three-way playoff.Lim fired a 209 (72-71-66) in the SIUE Derek Dolenc Invitational to lead the Bulldogs to a fourth-place finish at the par-71 Gateway National Golf Links in Madison, Ill. Lim tallied a field-best 13 birdies, including a string of six in eight holes early in the final round. Lim’s final-round 66 is the lowest single-round total for the Bulldogs since Lucas Scherf posted a 65 in February of 2019 and is the second-lowest round for Drake since 2013-14.  The junior finished the third round tied with Belmont’s Evan Davis and Southern Utah’s Jake Vincent before winning in a three-way playoff on No. 18. The win is Lim’s first of his collegiate career and the first medalist for Drake since Scherf won the Twin Oaks Intercollegiate last February.The Bulldogs will return to action in their home meet, the Zach Johnson Invitational, on Sept. 30-Oct. 1. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more