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Syracuse finishes weekend with 6-1 win at Harvard

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 25, 2018 at 4:16 pm Contact Anthony: amdabbun@syr.edu 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. Commentslast_img read more

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Concern for Animals Seeks Help for a Large Number of Abandoned…

first_imgSubmitted by Barb Lally for Concern for AnimalsHelp is needed to care for these abandoned bunnies.Concern for Animals is seeking assistance for a local resident living near an abandoned “bunny factory” who is trying to help a large number of bunnies that have been released in the area.The woman resident, who is unemployed and disabled, has spent a considerable amount of her own money helping the animals and has reached out to organizations in Washington, Oregon and Idaho. Only Thurston County’s Concern for Animals has responded.The resident is currently caring for 28 bunnies, 23 of which are babies under 12 weeks old. She estimates there are as many as a dozen bunnies still outside, two of which are adults that continue to breed. Right now she is housing the animals in various bins and crates in a converted storage unit where the space is cramped. The bunnies that are still out and breeding, need to be captured. The woman trying to care of the animals says she has raised about $600 and is willing to put it all towards spay or neuter procedures, but help is needed to get them all spayed, neutered and adopted out.Almost 30 bunnies were abandoned. Help is needed to care for these animals.“We are doing the best we can to help with some supplies—food, bedding, bunny crates— but the situation is overwhelming,” says Sarah Hinman executive assistant to the Concern for Animals Board. “We’re hoping that people’s generosity will include Del’s Feed And Farm Supply gift cards so we can purchase supplies. We have found an organization that will do the surgical procedures but they will cost $70 for each male, $80 for each female, so we need help there as well.”Individuals or organizations willing to help should contact Sarah Hinman at Concern for Animals by calling (253) 394-2872 or email her at sarah@concernforanimals.org. Facebook421Tweet0Pin0last_img read more

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