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North Carolina campground closures across state park system to continue through May 22

first_imgVirginia becomes first state in South to pledge goal of carbon-free energy Georgia denies the nation’s last new coal plant North Carolina campground closures across state park system to continue through May 22 “Please do not call the reservation line or the park about your reservation,” NC State Parks said on their Facebook page. “If your reservation falls within the campground closure dates, Aspira, our reservations management company, will contact you directly to cancel your reservation and issue a full refund.” In the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic, Virginia is moving ahead with the goal of becoming carbon-free by 2045, the Washington Post reports. Last weekend, Gov. Ralph Northam signed legislation which mandates Dominion Energy, the state’s largest utility, to switch to renewable energy by 2045. Appalachian Power, which provides energy to southwest Virginia, must be carbon-free by 2050. “I am thankful for the EPD’s decision so we can move on from this outdated and unnecessary project,” Katherine Cummings, a member of Georgia’s Fall-line Alliance for a Clean Environment (FACE) said in a statement. “Plant Washington posed a threat to family budgets, community health, and natural resources in and beyond Middle Georgia. It’s certainly a moment of closure and relief that this polluting giant will never be built.” The actions “Will create thousands of clean energy jobs, make major progress on fighting climate change, and break Virginia’s reliance on fossil fuels,” state Sen. Jennifer L. McClellan told the Washington Post in a statement.  On Friday, NC State Parks announced that state park campground closures will continue through May 22.  Last week, the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) denied a request for additional time to begin construction on Plant Washington, a new coal plant that has been in the works for 12 years and would have cost more than $2 billion. It was the last proposed new coal power plant project in the United States.last_img read more

Liverpool wrestlers are sectional Class AA champions

first_imgJonah Geller got to the final at 138 pounds, only to take an 11-4 loss to Auburn’s Luca Pirozzolo as J.J. Paulson was second at 132 pounds after taking a loss in the title bout to West Genesee’s Nate Wade. Also close to a title at 126 pounds, Jacob Ianno lost his final 9-5 to J-D/CBA’s Ethan Wells.Hayley Delia’s pin of C-NS’s Kevin Mossow put Delia in third place at 106 pounds. Earning third place at 160 pounds, Jeremy Valerio had to beat Syracuse’s Trey Latham 6-3 in the consolation bracket final as Rocco DeGirimo won third at 113 pounds 6-2 over Auburn’s Christian Hogan.Naz Kelly earned fifth place at 182 pounds when he pinned West Genesee’s Preston Elia in 75 seconds, while at 170 pounds Gianpaul Cooper pinned Syracuse’s Jabari Diggs for fifth place.C-NS did get a victory in a showdown against Liverpool at 145 pounds. Adam Brown had survived a 5-4 semfiinal with the Warriors’ Isaiah Cordova, then turned around and edged Dom Ianno 7-6 as Cordova settled for fourth place.Another title-bout battle went in the Northstars’ favor at 99 pounds courtesy of Anthony Ciciarelli, who would claim a 4-2 battle over Liverpool’ s Lucas Smith with an overtime takedown.Adam Rush made it to the finals at 220 by pinning Liverpool’s Jake Ronan in the waning seconds. While Ronan finished sixth, Rush got pinned in 29 seconds by Auburn’s Keyshin Cooper in the title bout.Dan Sweeney, in order to reach the final at 113, had to beat teammate Harrison Portorsnok 10-1, but Sweeney lost the final to Rome Free Academy’s Ashton Thompson 10-1 as Portorsnok beat B’ville’s Mason Clarke for fifth place.Kamdin Bembry, who lost to Williams-Borges in the semifinals at 195, recovered to pin J-D/CBA’s Tohirjon Usmonov for third place. Dylan Firenze pinned Baldwinsvlle’s Ryan Hemund for third place at 152.Gaetano Julian’s tough 6-5 win over J-D/CBA’s Anyas Goeman left him third at 132.At 285, Brady Ramos pinned teammate Jared Bradish in 2:05 to finish fifth, while Vincent Ciciarelli beat Jamyr Grimes (Auburn) for fifth place at 138. Dom Racht was fifth at 126 and Zach Overton was sixth at 160.Most of these same wrestlers will battle for state championship berths next Saturday as part of the overall sectional Division I (large school) tournament at SRC Arena.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Hamier Williams-Borges won at 195 pounds for Liverpool, capping his tournament run with a pin over J-D/CBA’s Muwayeh El-Hindi in 4:50.Up at 120 pounds, it was Jeremy Ianno emerging victorious, pinning Dylan Pitonza (West Genesee) in 77 seconds in the semifinal before he won 8-5 over Auburn’s Bradley Boyhan in the title bout.J.J. Guindy nearly won at 285 pounds, but dropped a 3-2 title bout to Fayetteville-Manlius’ Liam Malgieri. Chris Ianno was in the finals at 152 and got just as close, losing to J-D/CB’s Shoh Alibekov in an 8-7 thriller. While many different designations could have applied to the Liverpool wrestling team in the 2019-20 season, one moniker – champions – will stay forever.Already the regular-season winners in the Salt City Athletic Conference Metro division, the Warriors added the Section III Class AA championship in an impressive all-around performance Saturday at Auburn High School.Nine different Liverpool wrestlers reached the finals, two of them prevailed, and ultimately the Warriors got 252 points, well clear of second-place Jamesville-DeWitt/CBA (181 points), while Cicero-North Syracuse landed in third place with 171.5 points.center_img Tags: C-NSliverpoolwrestlinglast_img read more

Messi hat-trick restores Barcelona’s La Liga lead

first_imgCentre-back Pique added further gloss to the scoreline in the 88th minute, rampaging forward to collect Messi’s pass, before keeping his cool and rolling the ball home.– Sevilla keep up the pace –Sevilla reclaimed second place earlier on Sunday as second-half strikes from Ever Banega and Pablo Sarabia sealed a 2-0 win over Girona.Pablo Machin’s side are unbeaten in seven league games since a 4-2 loss at Barcain October.The hosts had to wait until the 55th minute to break the deadlock, when striker Andre Silva was tripped in the area by Girona defender Juanpe.Argentinian Banega stepped up to send visiting goalkeeper Gorka Iraizoz the wrong way from the penalty spot.The points were wrapped up only nine minutes later, as Wissam Ben Yedder cut the ball back for the onrushing Sarabia to slide home his 14th goal of the season in all competitions.“In the first half they (Girona) were very good,” said Machin. “They were very organised and had good chances, when (Sevilla goalkeeper) Tomas (Vaclik) was splendid.“In the second half we were the better team.”Elsewhere, Villarreal were plunged further into crisis as Samuele Longo’s 93rd-minute strike saw them held to a 2-2 draw at bottom club Huesca.Villarreal, who replaced Javier Calleja with Luis Garcia Plaza as coach in midweek, are only one point and one place above the relegation zone.Real Betis eased to a 3-1 win at Espanyol to move into fifth place after a third successive league victory.Espanyol, who led the table earlier in the season, have lost five straight matches to slip into the bottom half.Share on: WhatsApp Madrid, Spain | AFP | Lionel Messi continued his sublime form by netting his 31st La Liga hat-trick as Barcelona thrashed Levante 5-0 on Sunday to regain their three-point lead at the top of the table.The 31-year-old Argentinian arrived in Valencia having scored two free-kicks in last weekend’s derby thumping of Espanyol. He took his goals tally for the season to 20 after a virtuoso display, while also teeing up Luis Suarez’s 35th-minute opener and Gerard Pique’s late fifth.Barca were under pressure after Atletico Madrid and second-placed Sevilla had both moved level on points with the Catalan giants.But after resting his key stars for their final Champions League group-stage match against Tottenham in midweek, coach Ernesto Valverde saw his refreshed side cruise to a third straight league win without conceding a goal.“At the beginning it was difficult, they squeezed us and had a chance that hit the woodwork,” said Valverde.Levante started the game brightly and visiting goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen was forced into an early save by Ghanaian Emmanuel Boateng.But Barca did not take long to start moving through the gears, with Messi curling wide from long range before testing Oier Olazabal in the Levante goal with a free-kick.Just seconds after Boateng hammered a left-footed strike against the crossbar, the reigning Spanish champions broke the deadlock as Messi jinked through a mesmerised home defence and picked out Suarez who volleyed home.But Levante, who had ended Barcelona’s dreams of going through last season’s La Liga campaign unbeaten with a remarkable 5-4 victory in the penultimate game, came close to a quick response as Jose Luis Morales fired over.The match was all but ended as a contest when Messi bore down on goal two minutes before half-time and drilled low into the net.“I’m happy to have won here, because last year we came and they put five goals past us having gone the whole season unbeaten, so we knew about the danger of Levante and it was a match we had marked out,” added Valverde.He wasted little time after the restart to add his second in the 47th minute, sweeping home Jordi Alba’s clever cutback, before completing his treble with a simple tap-in from Arturo Vidal’s square pass on the hour mark.Messi has scored five goals in two league games since finishing only fifth in the voting for the Ballon d’Or earlier this month.A bad evening for Levante worsened with 14 minutes to play, as left-back Erick Cabaco was sent off for a reckless lunge on Ousmane Dembele.last_img read more

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