Looking Back On Los Alamos High School Sports 2020 With Offensive Player Of The Year Aiden Semelsberger

first_imgAiden Semelsberger in-bounds a ball in front of a Santa Fe Prep Griffin. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com Aiden Semelsberger steals the ball from a Roswell Coyote during the Cernicek Tournament. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com Aiden Semelsberger battles a St. Pius Sartan player for the ball in the semifinal game of the state soccer playoffs. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com The Topper Soccer team poses for a photo following the final game of the 2020 season after finishing in second place in the state soccer playoffs. They lost to Los Lunas 2-1. The Topper soccer team had a great season with many outstanding players under the direction of Head Coach Ron Blue. One of the stand out players was Aiden Semelsberger. Semelsberger was chosen the offensive player of the year and for good reason; he scored 20 goals and 21 assists from 61 shots for the 2020 season. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com Aiden Semelsberger scored the only goal for the Toppers in the semifinal game against St Pius Sartans, which the Toppers won in a shootout 4-3 to progress the championship game. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.comlast_img read more

Thatcher’s property legacy has enabled millions to own their own home

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£500,000 Parks Funding In Full Swing

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInDumfries and Galloway Council has £500,000 of funding available to make parks in Annan, Dumfries and Stranraer more accessible, but we need to hear from you!They want to know which Parks in Annan, Dumfries and Stranraer you think this money should be spent on.The Council funding has been made available to make parks in Annan, Dumfries and Stranraer more accessible to all members of our community, particularly for children and young people with a disability. We want to hear the views of children, young people, parents and carers. We are keen to work in partnership with organisations that represent children, young people, parents and carers who have a disability, or community groups who are already working to improve parks in these areas.Your feedback will influence how and where the money is spent. Have your say here Paper copies of the consultation are also available from Customer Services Centres. The consultation closes on Monday 17 July.Chairman of the Council’s Communities Committee, Councillor Andy Ferguson said;“It is vital we provide accessible and modern play areas for the children of the region. This money will be spent on upgrading parks in 3 of our main towns in the region, but we need your input to tell us where you’d like the money allocated to. We have some beautiful parks throughout Dumfries and Galloway, and this funding will allow us to improve and replace equipment to make the play parks accessible, compliant and fun for children. Please take 2 minutes to complete the survey online, or pop into one of our facilities to pick up a hard copy.”last_img read more

Death toll in ambulance-car bombing claimed by Taliban rises to 95 with more than 150 injured

first_img Related iStock/Thinkstock(KABUL, Afghanistan) — A powerful suicide car bomb rocked Afghanistan’s capital Saturday morning, killing at least 95 people and injuring 158, according to Wahidullah Majrooh, a spokesman for the country’s health ministry.The Taliban claimed responsibility for the insurgent attack in Kabul, which is the deadliest in the country so far this year.Police in Kabul said the explosion occurred near the entrance to the government’s former interior ministry building at the end of Chicken Street, a popular thoroughfare for shopping. The attacker was driving an ambulance, according to the Afghan interior ministry.“I was in my shop. I heard a big boom,” Haji Wali, a shopkeeper told ABC News. “I came out and helped the people wounded. There were many people wounded. People are still laying down on the footpaths close to shops.”Thick, dark smoke was seen billowing into the sky after the blast.Emergency Hospital, on the front line of trauma care in Afghanistan and run by an Italian charity, said it received at least 50 injured victims.“I helped and moved around 50 to 60 wounded people myself,” a man on the street named Parwaiz Ihsan told ABC News. “I just came back but there are many dead bodies still laying down there; we couldn’t move them.”Afghanistan’s chief executive, Abdullah Abdullah, decried the attack as “insane, inhuman, heinous and a war crime” via his official Twitter account. He also urged the international community to “take further action against state sponsored terrorism.”Abdullah tweeted, “Our priority and focus right now is to help those in need and provide the best treatment for those wounded. This is the moment when we all need to stand together and punch our enemy hard. This is enough!”U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan John Bass also condemned Saturday’s attack, describing it as a “senseless and cowardly bombing.”“My government and I stand with the brave people of Afghanistan,” Bass said in a statement. “Their work to create a peaceful, prosperous future for all the citizens of this country is the best response to terrorists and others who know only violence.” Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMaticolast_img read more