first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailST. GEORGE, Utah-Monday, Dixie State men’s basketball confirmed the signing of former Skyridge High School star Trevon Snoddy.Snoddy, a 6-5 senior guard posted 13.8 points and 5.7 rebounds per game during his career for the Falcons.In 2019-20, Snoddy averaged 20 points and 6.9 rebounds per game for Skyridge, leading the Falcons to an 18-7 record, including an 8-2 mark in Region 4 play.Snoddy led Skyridge to the 6-A state quarterfinals, where they narrowly lost to Lone Peak, 74-73.Snoddy confirmed he was excited that he has committed to play for the Trailblazers. He expressed gratitude to his coaches, teammates and family that helped him to get this point.He also expressed appreciation for the Dixie State coaches’ confidence in him. Brad James Tags: Dixie Men’s basketball April 6, 2020 /Sports News – Local Dixie State Men’s Basketball Signs Skyridge Standout Trevon Snoddy Written bylast_img read more

first_imgMayor Jay Gillian was elected to his second term with 60.41 percent of the vote. He carried the vote in each of Ocean City’s four wards, as did the three successful City Council candidates.Keith Hartzell and Mike Allegretto were elected to their third terms, and Pete Madden to his first.For a breakdown of vote totals by ward and district, visit the City of Ocean City’s election page (or see chart below).The election saw a 39.21 percent voter turnout with 3,542 of 9,033 registered voters casting ballots. The election included 295 mail-in ballots.Download (PDF, 135KB) CITY COUNCILKeith Hartzell: 2,404Pete Madden: 2,206Mike Allegretto: 2,180Mike Hyson: 1,218Eric Sauder: 1,097 MAYORJay Gillian: 2,115Ed Price: 1,386center_img The results of the municipal election on Tuesday (May 13, 2014) have been certified by the Clerk’s Office, and the official totals are as follows:last_img read more

first_imgQPR boss Mark Hughes is confident Armand Traore will make a swift recovery from his hamstring problem.Traore was injured during last week’s victory over Liverpool and missed the 3-1 defeat at Sunderland on Saturday.This weekend’s game against Traore’s former club Arsenal may come too soon for the player, but Hughes is hopeful he will soon be available again.AdChoices广告“It’s a grade-one hamstring problem so not too serious. We’re keeping an eye on him and he should hopefully be fine soon,” said Hughes.Click here to test your knowledge with our QPR quizFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img