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Win up to £1000 in this evening 50/50 Matchday Draw

Win up to £1000 in this evening 50/50 Matchday Draw

first_imgEntry to the draw costs just £1 per ticket with 50% of the proceeds going directly to Bristol City Robins Foundation where it will help support the award winning community work they carry out.The winner of the draw will be announced live at half time via City’s official streaming service Robins TV.Buy your ticket now!Take part in the 50/50 Matchday Drawlast_img

U of L receives Top 25 votes post-FSU loss

U of L receives Top 25 votes post-FSU loss

first_imgRecordPtsPv 17. Georgia6-24659 6. TCU7-11,14810 2. Florida St. (15)8-01,4522 5. Oregon8-11,2755 21. Arizona6-232514 15. Nebraska8-168017 11. Arizona St.7-183115 3. Auburn7-11,3454 16. Oklahoma6-257419 25. Wisconsin6-283NR 19. Clemson6-234122 20. Utah6-232718 1. Mississippi St. (45)8-01,4841 9. Kansas St.7-11,04911center_img 7. Michigan St.7-11,1208 Voters didn’t much punish the University of Louisville for its losing effort against Florida State.U of L continued receiving votes in both the Associated Press Top 25 and Amway Coaches Poll released Sunday, while UK was completely shut out of the rankings after its defeat at Missouri.The Cardinals are 30th by votes in the AP poll and 32nd by coaches.Mississippi State remained atop both polls with the Seminoles still second. Rounding out the top five were Auburn, Alabama and Oregon.UK’s upcoming opponent, Georgia, dropped from 9th to 17th in the AP Top 25 and from 8th to 17th in the Amyway rankings after its loss to Florida. Missouri, now the SEC East Division leader, is 28th by votes in the AP Top 25. Sunday’s complete AP Top 25 poll: The Top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 1, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking: 12. Mississippi7-28287 8. Notre Dame7-11,0966 18. UCLA7-246425 13. Ohio St.7-178013 4. Alabama7-11,2813 22. Duke7-128824 14. LSU7-271716 23. Marshall8-023823 24. West Virginia6-315920 10. Baylor7-196112 Others receiving votes: Colorado St. 67, Southern Cal 48, Missouri 42, Georgia Tech 15, Louisville 7, N. Dakota St. 4, Stanford 4, Florida 1, Texas A&M 1.last_img read more

Muskegon Clippers turning new gear in playoff hopes, double up Grand Lake

Muskegon Clippers turning new gear in playoff hopes, double up Grand Lake

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GDF sting Hornets in Bounty Farm 15s league

GDF sting Hornets in Bounty Farm 15s league

first_imgThe Guyana Defence Force (GDF) rugby outfit opened their Bounty Farm 15s League title hunt yesterday at the National Park with a 26-13 victory against the Pepsi Hornets. GDF was led by tries from Aluko Venture and Dillon DeAbreu who had one apiece while a brace from national rugger, Avery Corbin, further put paid to the efforts for the men in blue, white and red.Joseph Rahaman nailed two conversions while Cloyd Prowell buried the other to stretch the soldiers’ advantage.A penalty by Ryan Gonsalves and tries by Jason Tyrell and Delroy Gordon were not enough for the Hornets to secure their first win of the League which started last weekend. (Orlando Charles photo)A penalty by Ryan Gonsalves and tries by Jason Tyrell and Delroy Gordon were not enough for the Hornets to secure their first win of the League which started last weekend. Meanwhile, in the other game on Saturday, the Panthers continued their winning ways with a 64-15 trouncing of the Caribs.The five-week League continues this weekend with the Hornets facing the Police Falcons on Saturday and the Panthers tackling GDF on Sunday.last_img read more

Execution key at Warner Park: Drakes

Execution key at Warner Park: Drakes

first_imgBASSETERRE, St Kitts, CMC – Assistant coach Vasbert Drakes has underscored the importance of execution as West Indies go in search of a series-leveling win in the pivotal second Twenty20 International of the three-match series here today. The hosts lacked in almost every department in Tuesday’s opener which they lost by four wickets, falling short of a competitive total after batting first, and then dropping as many as four catches in a loose fielding and bowling effort.Speaking ahead of the contest at Warner Park, Drakes said the Windies’ knowledge of the small ground would be a crucial factor in their match strategy.“We have to execute our game plan very well,” the former West Indies all-rounder told reporters. “Obviously a lot of the guys would have played at this ground, certainly during CPL so the guys are pretty familiar with the conditions – with the wind factor and the short boundaries – so certainly our game plan and our strategy will be targeted towards that.“We pretty much have a good idea of what we’re looking to do in these conditions and come (today), the objective is to execute.”West Indies are unbeaten in six outings at the venue, having won five and having the other match abandoned due to rain. England, meanwhile, have never played an international match at the ground but Drakes said in the shortest format, such factors were minor considerations.“It certainly does help that we would have played in these conditions more often than the opposition but on the given day, we’re playing a T20 game and it’s all based on the execution of the game plan,” he pointed out.“So come (today), with the guys continuing to be focused and up for the challenge, it should be an exciting game.” West Indies managed only 160 in the first match at the Darren Sammy National Stadium in St Lucia, with Nicholas Pooran top-scoring with 58.The only other batsman to shine was Darren Bravo who chipped in with 28, adding 64 for the fourth wicket with Pooran after the Windies lost three early wickets.West Indies fielders then put down Jonny Bairstow twice as the opener rode his luck to lead England’s run chase with 68. Drakes said the Caribbean side were aware that improvements were necessary.“I just thought we were probably 20 runs short but having said that, we created a lot of opportunities on the bowling front but we never really took our opportunities in the field,” he noted.“On reflection, we know we are capable of playing better cricket than that.”That match bowls off at 4 pm.last_img read more

ShowJumpingIreland reduces registration fees for 2014

ShowJumpingIreland reduces registration fees for 2014

first_img SHOWJUMPINGIRELAND has announced a reduction in registration fees for the new season. Most members will be aware of the increase in the SJI Insurance premium in 2013 which led to the scenario where SJI was forced to increase all registration fees.Over the last 12 months, SJI has worked with their brokers to reduce the premium and along with various other cost saving measures, the Management and Finance Committee are in a position to bring down the cost of registration for animals.This reduction in registration costs, coupled with the saving generated due to the introduction of the Online Bulletin, which is now free, gives approximately €190,000 back to the members. They will now see reductions of up to €15 on their Animal Registrations for 2014 and these rates are all available on www.sji.ieThe Multiple Animal discount, Affiliate discount and Family discounts will all remain in situ for 2014 for the third year.Chairman of the Management and Finance Committee, Liam Murphy, commented on the new reductions: ‘’I am delighted to be able to announce these reductions for the Registration of Animals in 2014 and along with the Bulletin now being available free of charge online, there is a significant amount being given back to the members for the year ahead.  This is the first phase of further plans to benefit the members which will roll out over the next few years where attractive incentive packages will be part of the new innovations.‘’I would like to commend all those who were involved in bringing about this situation which has facilitated these reductions.  Finally, I would also like to thank the members of SJI for their support during 2013 and we wish them a successful season in 2014.’’Tony Hurley, Chairman of ShowjumpingIreland added; ‘’I think the Management and Finance Committee should be commended for these initiatives, which should see some real savings for SJI members over the coming months.’’ Tags: 19 December 2013, 11:18 Home  »  Disciplines News  »  Showjumping News  »  ShowJumpingIreland reduces registration fees for 2014 ShowJumpingIreland reduces registration fees for 2014 last_img read more

“OITNB” cast reveals what they hope happens to their characters in the upcoming season

“OITNB” cast reveals what they hope happens to their characters in the upcoming season

first_img Related Netflix/Cara Howe(NEW YORK) — With the renewal of Netflix’s Orange Is the New Black for a sixth and seventh season, three series’ stars are sounding off on what they would like to happen to their characters.In season five, Dashcha Polanco, who plays inmate Dayanara Diaz, is in the center of a prison riot after her character shoots a guard. The actress, whose character has to give her baby away while in prison, says she hopes the writers allow Dayanara to deal with her emotional issues and reconnect with her child’s father, C.O. John Bennett.“I want Dayanara to go through a postpartum depression, because I want that topic to be of discussion,” she tells ABC Radio. “I want her to be visited by Bennett..and I…would love to know where her daughter is.”Like Polanco, Selenis Leyva, who plays Gloria Mendoza, wants her character to find closure after being betrayed by a fellow inmate.“We saw her literally become mush this season — which I think was needed — but I need her to get tough because she was double crossed,” she explains. “And if Gloria is the leader of the crew — the mother hen — then it’s time to buckle up.”While Polanco and Leyva are interested in having their characters personal issues resolved, Adrienne C. Moore, who plays Cindy “Black Cindy” Hayes on the series, says she’d just love for her character to have a “sexy” moment.“I want Cindy to be in a relationship. We need the big girls to have a relationship. We are sexy!” she exclaims.Season 5 of Orange Is the New Blackcurrently is available for streaming on Netflix.Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMaticolast_img read more

The ‘everything you wanted to know’ list for the 2018 Wellington High graduates

The ‘everything you wanted to know’ list for the 2018 Wellington High graduates

first_imgDaniel Steven McComb Deyton Tidwell Wiley Black Adams Morrison Lynn Warnock Lucas Douglas Ethan Mary William Ty Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter. THE DICK AND ALICE WILSON SCHOLARSHIP is given to a deserving senior to further his or her education.  This year’s recipient is: ABIGAIL LOWE.RCB BANK SCHOLARSHIP is awarded to assist a senior in furthering his or her education at a university, college, junior college of technical school. Consideration is given to community service, academic potential and financial need in selecting the recipient. This award goes to: ZOEY MAXWELL.THE FRED AND PAM MCGAUGHEY MEYER SCHOLARSHIP IN HONOR OF THE NATIONAL DEPRESSION GLASS ASSOCIATION AND NATIONAL DEPRESSION GLASS MUSEUM is awarded to assist a senior student in furthering his/her education.  The scholarship funds were raised through a portion of the admission price at the annual glass convention held in Wellington.  Through a collaboration of depression glass associations and the support of everyone who were a part of the convention, the scholarship is made possible.  This year’s recipient is: RILEY NELSON.———There was plenty of recognition to go around during Class Night like this large group of seniors in the FFA.The following are scholarships awarded at Class Night on Thursday. National Honor Society Scholarship – was presented to Jenna Rausch, Marisa Black, Lexi Saffell, Gracie Fink. Steve Sturgis Computer Give-away – Sturgis gave out 84 Google Chromebook computers this year – a new school record! There were 57 computers last year.Navy recognition checks were given to Austin Sears, Jaylen Harris and Kadin Heacock. These three seniors are off to the Navy, with some money.WNEA Future Teacher Scholarship was given to Emily Templeton.The Sumner-Cowley Electric Cooperative scholarship was given to Jenna Rausch.The PEO scholarship was given to Gracie Fink.The Leon Segebartt scholarship was presented to Candyce Easterly.Shelter Insurance Foundation Scholarship was given to Gracie Fink.Wellington Young Professional Scholarship winners were Marissa Black and Gracie Fink.National Choral Award was obtained by Bethany Enderson.There were five Kansas Scholars this year.The 2018 Kansas Board of Regents  award winner is Logan Jones.The Sibyl Wells Scholarship was presented to Annika DeJarnett.Achievement in Band awards were given to Alex Hardin and Ty Wilson.John Philip Sousa award winner is Marissa Black.KWCH 12 Top of the Class series will feature one WHS senior during its news broadcasts. This year’s WHS representative will be Ian GroomWendy’s High School Heisman was presented Mekenna Adams and Cade Phelps.Senior Class President Abby Lowe and Junior Class President Tanner Dillon make speeches to complete awards night.30th Annual Governor’s Scholars Award Program was won by Logan Jones and Ian Groom.Kansas State High School Activities Association Citizenship Award was presented to Cade Phelps and Marisa Black.Dale M. Dennis Excellence in Education Award recipient is Alexis Saffell.The Kansas Scholars Curriculum Completers calculates average ACT composite scores of 31, and a grade point average of 3.92. This award was given to Elizabeth Brownlee, Gracie Fink, Ian Groom, Logan Jones and Adrianna Young.Class Night speeches were then made by Senior Class president – Abby Lowe and Junior Class President Tanner Dillon.————The full list of WHS graduating seniors are as follows: Jones Schmidt McDonald Creamer Michelle Lee Robert James Cage Michael Chandra Prindle Dustin Bennett London Faye Roy Nathaniel Mathias Alexander Bongato Prickett Elizabeth Boozer Madison Renee Brown Zoey Lyne Brownlee Cook Diane Jones Alexander Allen Christopher Love Nicholas Austin Abigail Wolf Grable Delece Jacob Ast French James William Rose Wiesing Albert Heacock Lee Nicole Thomas Schoemann Kialee Daniel Mariah Middle Name Young Breanna Alexis Christopher Jessie Dodson Andria Santana Dry Breanne Leeann Brycen Marshall James Templeton Fink Braiden Emberson Baker Saffell Renae Drew Woodward Kayla Paige David Jihad First Name Araujo Billy Taylor Wylie L. Scott Scott Ann Ian Kyle Constance-Eileen Hinman Cristin Gustason Jayce Anthony Hain Benjamin Jack Jillian Smith Joy Buresh Stormie Ann Jefferson Bruns Sue Kirstian Harris Pourner Ramon Caroline Henry Jaylen Bethany Dawn Chaney Braydon Kimzey Adam James Annika McDonald Pruitt Gabriel Scot Adrianna Evan Arlis Troutman was one of 114 WHS Graduates this year. (Photos by Eric Rinehart and Tracy McCue).by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Wellington High School graduated 114 seniors during the annual Commencement Ceremony Saturday afternoon in front of a capacity crowd in the gymnasium.This will mark the end of the Valedictorian speeches as Wellington is changing formats next year with a Summa Cum Laude process in 2019. The 12 Valedictorians made the best of it with a collective speech. This year’s Valedictorians included Marisa Black, Elizabeth Brownee, Mary Grace Fink, Ian Groom, Logan Jones, Kialee LeValley, Abigail Lowe, Matthew McComb, Hudson Ramirez, Jenna Rausch, Jack Walton and Adrianna Young. Profiles of each Valedictorian is being featured on Sumner Newscow on a daily basis. We still need two more profiles back from these seniors.The 2018 WHS Valedictorians.Senior scholarships were presented at the graduation and at Class Night on Thursday.Here is a list of the graduation scholarships presented on Sunday:THE LOOFBOURROW EDUCATIONAL TRUST was established by Marvel Loofbourrow.  The awards are based on moral character, scholastic achievement and economic need and are available to deserving graduating students of the accredited high schools of Sumner County. This year’s recipients from Wellington High School are:  IAN GROOM AND LOGAN JONES.THE SICILY EVELYN ZEKA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established to recognize Sicily’s valiant fight against pediatric cancer.  It is awarded to a student who intends to pursue a career in the medical field.  This year’s recipient is: ELIZABETH BROWNLEE. THE STEWART CHARITABLE TRUST SCHOLARSHIPS were established by Trustees, Linda B. and John T. Stewart III and are given to seniors who rank high in scholarship, leadership and citizenship, both in and out of the classroom. The recipients for 2018 are: MARY GRACE FINK AND ADRIANNA YOUNG.THE ROTARY SCHOLARSHIP is awarded to assist a senior in furthering his or her education at a college, university or junior college.  Consideration is given to citizenship, academic potential and financial need in selecting the recipient.  The award goes to: HUDSON RAMIREZ.Wellington High School Principal John Buckendorf presented many awards.THE SUMNER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER HEALTHCARE SCHOLARSHIP is awarded to assist a senior in furthering her education in the healthcare field.  The scholarship funds were raised through a purse auction fundraiser held at the Wellington Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Ladies’ Night Out event.  Through a collaboration of community organizations and the support of local businesses and individuals this scholarship is made possible.  This year there are two recipients of the scholarship: KEELIE CUNNINGHAM AND JILLIAN WILEY.THE KATHY HUBBARD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established to carry on Kathy’s passion for education and her positive influence on student’s lives. This scholarship is awarded to a graduating senior to further their education in a teaching or a counseling career. This year’s recipient of the Kathy Hubbard Memorial Scholarship is: MEKENNA ADAMS.THE LENA M. RUSH SCHOLARSHIP is awarded annually to graduating Wellington High School Seniors who have demonstrated good citizenship and the scholastic ability to perform the requirements of a college or university education endeavor.  This year’s recipients are: CHANEY LEONARD, KIALEE LEVALLEY and JARED OATHOUT.Decorating flowers on your cap has become a tradition at WHS.THE CHRIS GLAMANN SCHOLARSHIP is given to a deserving senior to further his or her education.  This year the recipient is: HAYDEN BAKER.THE WELLINGTON LIONS CLUB annual scholarship is awarded to a graduating senior who is average or above average academically and above average in citizenship and who intends to further their education at the school of their choice.  This year’s recipient is: MARISA BLACK.THE DURHAM SCHOOL SERVICES SCHOLARSHIP is awarded to assist a senior in furthering his or her education at a college, university, junior college or vocational/technical school. Consideration is given to academic potential and financial need in selecting the recipients. The 2018 recipients are: ANDRIA DRY AND EMILY TEMPLETON.THE FRENCH SCHOLARSHIP FUND, created over fifty years ago by the late Mrs. Cora B. French. This year the scholarship goes to: ALEXANDER HARDIN.THE JEFF BEVAN SCHOLARSHIP has been established in memory of Jeff Bevan who graduated in 1993.  Reflections on Jeff’s life teach us the importance of friendship, hard work, and perseverance.  This year’s scholarship recipient is: TY WILSON.THE AMERICAN LEGION RIDERS CHAPTER 90 SCHOLARSHIP is being awarded to a senior in furthering his or her education at a college, university, junior college or vocational/technical school. The award is based on moral character, scholastic achievement and leadership both in and outside the classroom. The recipient for 2018 is: BLAKE BALES.THE W.H. SCHWINN AMERICAN LEGION SCHOLARSHIP is awarded annually. This year the American Legion award goes to:  JADEN ADAMS.THE KENNETH C. LARIMORE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP, endowed by member of the Larimore family and friends, goes to:  VALERIE AST.WHS Choir sang both at Class Night and the Graduation ceremony.THE FLORA E. AND BASIL MARTIN AMERICAN LEGION SCHOLARSHIP is given in their memory to a student who intends to further his or her education at a college of their choice or to a Vocational School that would result in a licensed trade.  This year’s recipient is: AARON SCHOEMANN.THE FLOSSIE KOONTZ SCHOLARSHIP is given this year to a deserving senior. This year’s recipient is: TREY CARY .GLADYS CLARK was the Home Economics teacher at Wellington High School from 1967-1977.  She believed in education, hard work and determination and the results achievable from young people willing to combine the three.  This memorial scholarship established in her name through the generosity of family, friends and former students is awarded to just such a student who is especially interested in teaching or related field.  This year we are pleased to give two students the GLADYS CLARK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: NATHANIEL BONGATO AND STORMIE JONES.THE G.J. ROBERTS, ALICE ROBERTS AND ROBERT H. ROBERTS SCHOLARSHIP, created by the late Mrs. Alice Roberts, is given annually to a senior girl or boy who ranks high in scholarship and citizenship.  The recipient is: JACK WALTON.The REINECKER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP with support of the class of 1962 is being awarded in memory of Harold, Virginia and Patty Reinecker in honor and recognition of their combined 104 years of service and dedication as classroom teachers. We are proud to honor two students this year: JENNA RAUSCH AND ALEXIS SAFFELL.LELA COBB SCHOLARSHIP was established for a graduate from Wellington High School. This scholarship is given to a graduate who secures a college education based on financial need, scholastic record and general aptitude. The recipient is: CADE PHELPS. Aaron Stone Ramirez Drake Lowe Adams Christian Nelson Walton R. Cunningham Samantha Elliss Donovan Micheala Michelle Alyssa Hayden Anne Clemons Dylan Tyler Kellie Jaden Adaysia Davis Austin Heimer Rusk Rausch Crispen Scott Colin Blayz Candyce Antoine Robbins DeJarnett Jaden Pryce Cameron Kristopher Goodman James Bales Andrew Madison Maree King Ilene Ross Conner Rademacher Coby Maxwell David Kemper Lynne Emily Wayne Ashlyn Kadin Dylan Eugene Mraz Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (4) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? 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I’m not sure what Janet Doud’s position is in the District, but I know Riley’s name wasn’t the only one that Dr. Doud “stumbled over.” I’m saddened that she didn’t take time to verify each and every student’s proper name pronunciation before reading them. I do not believe that’s asking too much. Report Reply 1 reply · active 116 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down CueballSumnernewscow 94p · 116 weeks ago To be fair, pronunciations are tricky. Try going into a foreign town with absolutely no idea who the people are and read off a list of names out loud. You would be surprised how much you would butcher it. And sometimes the same names are pronounced differently in one town over the other. For instance, when I moved here I learned that McEachern is pronounced “Mc-ath-er-on.” But if you were in Andover it is called “Mc-Each-ern” like it is spelled. In my hometown “Koehn” is pronounced “Ko-in” but here in Wellington is pronounced “Kane.” And we all know about the Arkansas River, that is only pronounced “Kansas” here. Report Reply +1 Vote up Vote down …. · 116 weeks ago they held my diploma for 3 dollars that i paid a teacher before i graduated… Report Reply 0 replies · active 116 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! 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Patients say dirty instruments caused hundreds of infections

Patients say dirty instruments caused hundreds of infections

first_imgDENVER | Patients who suffered infections after undergoing surgery at a Denver hospital are suing over its sterilization practices.The lawsuit filed Saturday by 67 patients and 20 spouses alleges that Porter Adventist Hospital’s failure to properly clean its equipment caused “hundreds of infections” as far back as 2015 and at least one death.Last April, the hospital revealed it had had problems with cleaning its instruments. It temporarily shut down its operating room but downplayed the risk of infections.The Denver Post reports that a state investigation found that the hospital knew more surgical patients were developing infections by early 2017. However, the state’s chief medical officer Tista Ghosh said the state never conclusively linked infections to the sterilization problems.The hospital said Monday it will address the allegations in court and that it meets the state’s sterilizations guidelines.last_img read more

Penn State seeking 6th national title in 7 years

Penn State seeking 6th national title in 7 years

first_imgConventional wisdom held that Penn State would peak in March, just in time to win their sixth wrestling title in seven years.Ohio State and Oklahoma State will look to prove otherwise this weekend in St. Louis.The Nittany Lions, Buckeyes and Cowboys are among the teams to watch during the NCAA Championships, which start on Thursday and run through Saturday.In this April 10, 2016, file photo, J’Den Cox reacts after beating Kyle Dake in their 86-kilogram freestyle final match at the U.S. Olympic wrestling team trials in Iowa City, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File)Ohio State knocked off Penn State at the Big Ten championships, and on Wednesday Penn State coach Cael Sanderson announced that star freshman Nick Suriano won’t wrestle this weekend because of an ankle injury.“We were trying to get him to a point where he would be competitive and could defend himself and I don’t feel like he’s in that position,” Sanderson said.Oklahoma State, ranked No. 1 for much of 2016-17, had eight different wrestlers claim titles and set a Big 12 record for margin of victory at the recent league meet.Here are some of the things to look for this week with the tournament televised nationally in prime time during each day of competition for the first time:POKES LOOK FOR REDEMPTIONPenn State, with five underclassmen qualified for nationals, will be the favorite after going 14-0 in dual meets and crushing Oklahoma State 27-13 in Stillwater. But Oklahoma State is the only school with ranked wrestlers in all 10 classes, led by top-seeded Dean Heil (141 pounds), and it could have the ability to rack up points in unexpected divisions.“Whatever you do at the end of the year isn’t always a reflection of your season, but with wrestling it pretty much is,” Cowboys coach John Smith said.Ohio State won the team title in 2015 and has three national champions, including 2016 Olympic champion Kyle Snyder.OLYMPIC MEDALISTSSnyder wrestled just 12 matches for the Buckeyes this season as he juggled his collegiate and international duties. As expected, Snyder is undefeated in the heavyweight class heading to St. Louis. Missouri’s J’Den Cox, who injured his knee in the Rio Games but still took home a bronze medal, is 23-0 at 197 pounds in 2016-17. Saturday’s final will be the biggest stage for both of them since the Olympics, and Snyder and Cox are expected to show the country why they’re among the U.S.’s biggest hopes in the run-up to the 2020 Tokyo Games.UNBEATEN?The meet will feature undefeated wrestlers in every weight class. Penn State’s Zain Retherford has won 59 matches in a row, and teammate Jason Nolf has taken all 22 of his matches in 2016-17. Illinois junior Isaiah Martinez, a two-time champion at 157 pounds, is 27-0 at 165 this season. Cornell’s Gabe Dean is 30-0 and looking for his third national title, while Iowa’s Thomas Gilman (125 pounds) will look to cap a perfect season and avenge a loss in the finals a year ago.“It’s been consistent. It’s been a dominant run,” Iowa coach Tom Brands said of Gilman.HODGE PODGEThe race for the Hodge Trophy, the equivalent to football’s Heisman, is as open as ever. Snyder is undoubtedly the best wrestler in the country — and one of the best in the world regardless of weight — but the fact that he wrestled just a dozen times domestically might hurt him. Still, Snyder might force the voters’ hands if he wrestles to his enormous capabilities this weekend.HE SAID IT“This is national tournament week. It’s a good time to be alive right now,” Sanderson said.___AP freelance writer Travis Johnson contributed to this report from St. Louis.,Conventional wisdom held that Penn State would peak in March, just in time to win their sixth wrestling title in seven years.Ohio State and Oklahoma State will look to prove otherwise this weekend in St. Louis.The Nittany Lions, Buckeyes and Cowboys are among the teams to watch during the NCAA Championships, which start on Thursday and run through Saturday.In this April 10, 2016, file photo, J’Den Cox reacts after beating Kyle Dake in their 86-kilogram freestyle final match at the U.S. Olympic wrestling team trials in Iowa City, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File)Ohio State knocked off Penn State at the Big Ten championships, and on Wednesday Penn State coach Cael Sanderson announced that star freshman Nick Suriano won’t wrestle this weekend because of an ankle injury.“We were trying to get him to a point where he would be competitive and could defend himself and I don’t feel like he’s in that position,” Sanderson said.Oklahoma State, ranked No. 1 for much of 2016-17, had eight different wrestlers claim titles and set a Big 12 record for margin of victory at the recent league meet.Here are some of the things to look for this week with the tournament televised nationally in prime time during each day of competition for the first time:POKES LOOK FOR REDEMPTIONPenn State, with five underclassmen qualified for nationals, will be the favorite after going 14-0 in dual meets and crushing Oklahoma State 27-13 in Stillwater. But Oklahoma State is the only school with ranked wrestlers in all 10 classes, led by top-seeded Dean Heil (141 pounds), and it could have the ability to rack up points in unexpected divisions.“Whatever you do at the end of the year isn’t always a reflection of your season, but with wrestling it pretty much is,” Cowboys coach John Smith said.Ohio State won the team title in 2015 and has three national champions, including 2016 Olympic champion Kyle Snyder.OLYMPIC MEDALISTSSnyder wrestled just 12 matches for the Buckeyes this season as he juggled his collegiate and international duties. As expected, Snyder is undefeated in the heavyweight class heading to St. Louis. Missouri’s J’Den Cox, who injured his knee in the Rio Games but still took home a bronze medal, is 23-0 at 197 pounds in 2016-17. Saturday’s final will be the biggest stage for both of them since the Olympics, and Snyder and Cox are expected to show the country why they’re among the U.S.’s biggest hopes in the run-up to the 2020 Tokyo Games.UNBEATEN?The meet will feature undefeated wrestlers in every weight class. Penn State’s Zain Retherford has won 59 matches in a row, and teammate Jason Nolf has taken all 22 of his matches in 2016-17. Illinois junior Isaiah Martinez, a two-time champion at 157 pounds, is 27-0 at 165 this season. Cornell’s Gabe Dean is 30-0 and looking for his third national title, while Iowa’s Thomas Gilman (125 pounds) will look to cap a perfect season and avenge a loss in the finals a year ago.“It’s been consistent. It’s been a dominant run,” Iowa coach Tom Brands said of Gilman.HODGE PODGEThe race for the Hodge Trophy, the equivalent to football’s Heisman, is as open as ever. Snyder is undoubtedly the best wrestler in the country — and one of the best in the world regardless of weight — but the fact that he wrestled just a dozen times domestically might hurt him. Still, Snyder might force the voters’ hands if he wrestles to his enormous capabilities this weekend.HE SAID IT“This is national tournament week. It’s a good time to be alive right now,” Sanderson said.___AP freelance writer Travis Johnson contributed to this report from St. Louis. In this Aug. 21, 2016, file photo, Kyle Snyder, of the United States, in red, competes against Cuba’s Javier Cortina Lacerra during the men’s 97-kg freestyle wrestling competition at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber, File)last_img read more