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Minnesota dismantles Fresno State at home

first_imgMinnesota dismantles Fresno State at homeMinnesota won all but two matches on Sunday to take home the dual win.Ananya MishraSenior Chris Pfarr at 174 wrestles against sophomore Dominic Kincaid in the match against Fresno State at Maturi Pavilion on Sunday, Dec. 10. Owen MageauDecember 11, 2017Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintThe No. 10 Gophers overpowered Fresno State on Sunday afternoon at Maturi Pavilion. Minnesota won all but two matches en route to a 38-7 victory. As a team, they had two pins, two technical falls and four major decision victories.“Their aggressiveness and the way they started the matches, from the beginning all the way through the end of that seventh minute, I thought guys wrestled really intense with a lot of passion,” head coach Brandon Eggum said.Minnesota sophomore Bobby Steveson recorded his first victory of the season. He defeated Fresno State’s Richie Brandt in a 19-4 major decision at 197. Steveson had struggled before today’s dual. He was having trouble getting his weight down, which caused him to start the season with an 0-5 overall record. Steveson thinks this win will help get him back on track.“It’s good momentum,” Steveson said. “The past couple of weeks were kind of a struggle with getting the weight down. At Cliff Keen, things didn’t go the way I wanted to, but I just had to stay positive. I didn’t feel fatigued at all out there today, so I was able to just keep going and going and going. I wasn’t tired at all.”Minnesota had strong performances up and down its lineup Sunday. No. 8 Mitch McKee and No. 10 Tommy Thorn both had pins. McKee pinned his opponent late in the first period at 133 to give the Gophers a 6-0 lead. Thorn followed him with another pin at 141.  Sophomore Owen Webster won an 18-3 technical fall at 184 and No. 5 Ethan Lizak also won with a technical fall at 125. His match finished 19-2 in his favor. No. 13 Jake Short won a major decision at 157, No. 9 Nick Wanzek won a major decision at 165 and Chris Pfarr won a major decision at 174.“I think we were all ready to go,” Short said. “You could see it on our faces. Not one of our guys went out there thinking they were going to be close or they were going to lose.”Minnesota only lost two matches Sunday. The losses came at 149 and heavyweight. Sophomore Hunter Marko fell in a 14-2 major decision at 149 and fellow sophomore Rylee Streifel lost a 5-1 decision at heavy weight. “We dropped a couple matches that we’d like to get back and win,” Eggum said. “Especially at heavyweight, I think we had control riding him out in the second period. We have to make some adjustments. I think we could have been a little more urgent.”The Gophers improve their dual record to 3-1. They can use this performance as a momentum builder as the season goes on.last_img read more

AG wins high court matter against Integrity Commission

first_img Share Share Sharing is caring! Tweet LocalNews AG wins high court matter against Integrity Commission by: Dominica Vibes News – September 14, 2015center_img 832 Views   one comment Share Attorney General Levi PeterAttorney General Levi Peter has won a high court matter against the Integrity Office Commission. There has been a running battle between the Attorney General and the Integrity Commission as to whether President of Dominica Charles Angelo Savarin is obliged to file any returns under the Integrity in Public Office Act when he was appointed to the Office of President in September 2013. The Integrity Commissioner threatened to place President Savarin on a list of defaulters who fail to file declarations with it. On Monday 14 September 2015, Justice Bernie Stephenson ruled that it was not necessary for one to file returns once appointed to the Office of President. Senior council Anthony Astaphan represented Attorney General Levi Peter. “The matter went to court and this morning her Ladyship ruled that once appointed to the office of president that there was no obligation on that person whether previously a public officer or not to file any returns to the integrity commission while holding the office of President,” he said. Mr. Astaphan said Monday’s ruling is good news for the Office of President. “I think that is a significant win for the office of president and for the attorney general, it puts to rest the insistence of the integrity commission in seeking to embarrass the office of President,” Mr. Astaphan said. Attorney at law Kevin Williams represented the Integrity Commission.last_img read more