Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 25, 2018 at 4:16 pm Contact Anthony: email@example.com Syracuse (8-1, 1-1 Atlantic Coast) earned its second consecutive road victory in as many days Sunday morning when the Orange defeated Harvard (4-6, 0-0 Ivy League) 6-1. The win marks five-straight wins for SU. The Orange came out firing to the tune of 6-1 wins at first and second doubles. Gabriela Knutson and Miranda Ramirez continued their unbeaten record together this season at first doubles, earning their sixth win as a pair in the doubles competition. At second doubles, Sofya Golubovskaya and Anna Shkudun improved their record as a team to 6-1 on the year.With a point already in hand, Syracuse continued its solid play into singles. No. 18 Knutson battled through a tight first set to eventually win 7-6, 6-1 over Erica Oosterhout at first singles.At third singles, Golubovskaya battled through the peaks and valleys of her game when she overcame a tough 6-4 second set loss to win in the third set. She improved her singles record to 6-1 on the season.Harvard earned its lone point at fourth singles, as Dina Hegab dropped her second consecutive match of the weekend after a 6-0 start to the season. Natasha Gonzalez of Harvard defeated Hegab 6-4, 7-6.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWith two wins under its belt in this five-game road stretch, the Orange will now travel to Virginia Tech next Friday as the Orange reaches the bulk of its ACC schedule. Comments
MOBERLY, B.C. – On Tuesday, August 27th, 2019 the discussions taking place between the B.C. government and the West Moberly First Nations regarding the Site C dam have ended. A 120-day trial has been scheduled to begin on March 2022. According to the First Nations, the Horgan Government is expected to defend the decision made by Christy Clark’s BC Liberal Government in 2014 to approve Site C, which the West Moberly says infringed Treaty 8. West Moberly First Nations Chief Willson said, “We can’t disclose anything confidential from the discussions with BC, but I can assure you that there are dark days ahead for Site C. Watch the numbers climb and the dates slip. Wait for the excuses and the distractions”.- Advertisement -The Site C trial will determine whether constitutional rights under Treaty 8 to maintain a traditional way of life have been infringed. If the court sides against the BC Government, court orders could impose further delays or cancel the project in order to prevent the Peace River Valley from being flooded, shares the West Moberly First Nations. “Stopping this dam has always been the right thing to do. It would have taken some courage and some leadership, but it could have saved British Columbia billions of dollars and produced a clear example of reconciliation with First Nations. Instead, the Horgan Government hooked themselves up to Christy Clark’s boondoggle and are watching helplessly as it skids out of control,” said Chief Roland Willson.