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Part 2: When the injury is inside your head, some “don’t get it” – July 26, 2016 Taylor VorthermsSports Editor at The Ellsworth AmericanTaylor Vortherms covers sports in Hancock County. The St. Louis, Missouri native recently graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism and joined The Ellsworth American in 2013. Latest Posts Part 1: Invisible, incapacitating concussions are sidelining high school athletes – July 19, 2016 Latest posts by Taylor Vortherms (see all) GSA’s Alex Taylor-Lash swims the 100-yard butterfly at Friday’s meet at the James Russell Wiggins Down East Family YMCA. PHOTO BY TAYLOR VORTHERMSEllsworth junior Kira Kennedy swims at Friday’s meet at the James Russell Wiggins Down East Family YMCA. PHOTO BY TAYLOR VORTHERMSGSA freshman Mary Richardson swims the breaststroke at Friday’s meet at the James Russell Wiggins Down East Family YMCA. PHOTO BY TAYLOR VORTHERMS123PreviousNextELLSWORTH — The Ellsworth boys’ and the George Stevens Academy boys’ and girls’ swim teams beat Foxcroft Academy in a double-dual meet on Friday at the James Russell Wiggins Down East Family YMCA.The meet also was Ellsworth’s last home meet of the season — Senior Night. Seniors honored were Lucia Jimenez-Caminero, an AFS student from Spain; Valter Moeller an AFS student from Sweden; Haley Sattler; Rebeckah Trowbridge; and Emma Kell.“All have had a great year and improved their swimming skills and times,” Ellsworth coach Jim Goodman said. “Of great importance, they all seemed to enjoyed the experience and have developed a lifelong sport activity, which is swimming.”The Ellsworth boys beat Foxcroft 72-10, and the GSA boys beat Foxcroft 58-13.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textFor the girls, GSA beat Foxcroft 49-44, and Ellsworth lost to Foxcroft 51-41.“Foxcroft is a great team and they have talented swimmers, especially on the girls’ team,” Goodman said. “The girls indeed provided some keen competition for our girls in several events.”The Ellsworth boys placed first in nine events, and GSA won two:200-yard medley relay: Ellsworth’s Talor Hamilon, Sam Alvarado, Hayden Sattler and Cooper Holmes in 1:45.19200-yard freestyle: Ellsworth’s Holmes in 1:55.21200-yard IM: Ellsworth’s Hamilton in 2:06.8550-yard freestyle: GSA’s Alexciy Prokopov in 26.72100-yard butterfly: Ellsworth’s Hamilton in 53.05100-yard freestyle: Ellsworth’s Austin Baron in 56.29500-yard freestyle: Ellsworth’s Sattler in 5:43.91200-yard freestyle relay: GSA’s Prokopov, Lucas Theoharidis, Evan Soukup and Garrison Looke in 1:52.51100-yard breaststroke: Ellsworth’s Holmes in 56.76100-yard breaststroke: Ellsworth’s Sattler in 1:06.00400-yard freestyle relay: Ellsworth’s Hamilton, Alvarado, Sattler and Holmes in 3:30.02For the girls, GSA collected wins in five events:200-yard freestyle: Maya Pelletier in 2:19.85200-yard IM: Ava Sealander in 2:22.61100-yard butterfly: Sealander in 1:02.92500-yard freestyle: Pelletier in 6:08.10400-yard freestyle relay: Pelletier, Montana VanDuijn, Emma Larson-Whittaker and Sealander in 4:38.20.Ellsworth and GSA’s final meet against Hampden Academy will be held at 6:30 p.m. Friday at the Husson University Pool. Bio EHS names new boys’ soccer coach – July 13, 2016
Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the new coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___All Serie A clubs have been cleared to resume training this week on an individual basis following a clarification from the Italian government. The chairman of Crystal Palace says the Premier League could face years of legal challenges if this season is not completed due to the coronavirus pandemic.Steve Parish offered public support for the league’s “Project Restart” plans after Brighton and West Ham expressed concerns about teams being forced to play their remaining games in neutral stadiums.The league is working with the government to find a safe way of players resuming group training and playing games by June at the earliest.Parish says “I want to complete the competition for reasons of sporting integrity. I want to crown Liverpool champions and give every other club a fair crack at the best league position they can achieve.”Palace is 11th in the 20-team standings with nine games remaining. Emilia-Romagna, Campania, Lazio and Sardinia have each given the go-ahead for teams in their regions to begin individual training. Those regions contain eight Serie A clubs: Bologna, Sassuolo, Spal, Parma, Napoli, Lazio, Roma and Cagliari.Serie A has been suspended since March 9, when the government ordered a nationwide lockdown.The government announced a week ago that individual athletes can resume training on Monday May 4, while teams can restart May 18.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 May 3, 2020 A week ago, the government had said that athletes in individual sports could resume training Monday and teams on May 18. That sparked confusion and frustration from Serie A clubs, which pointed out that their players would be allowed to train individually in public parks but not inside team training centers.Then over the last couple of days, several regional governors said teams in their areas could resume training individually at club training centers.Now the government says all athletes are allowed to take part in “individual sports activity, in public or private areas, while respecting the safe distance of at least two meters (yards) and respecting the ban on any form of gathering.”Serie A has been suspended since March 9, when the government ordered a nationwide lockdown.___ Parish says “I certainly don’t want to have difficult conversations about curtailing, voiding and points per game. The ramifications of each are complex and could involve legal challenges that run on for months, if not years.”___Players from Spanish league clubs will be allowed to resume training on Monday as Spain eases some of the lockdown measures that had been in place because of the coronavirus pandemic.The government is allowing players to train individually at the clubs’ facilities while observing a series of safety measures pre-established by the league and local authorities.The league prepared a detailed four-phase training protocol that has already been distributed to clubs. Smaller group sessions and full squad sessions are likely to be allowed in the coming weeks. The Latest: Serie A clubs set to train on individual basis Associated Press All players were expected to be tested for COVID-19 before resuming their training sessions.The Spanish league is expected to resume sometime in June.___Serie A soccer clubs are in limbo with several regions of Italy allowing players to begin practicing on an individual basis at training centers on Monday while the government has set a May 18 return to the practice field for teams.Sports minister Vincenzo Spadafora is seeking clarification from the government’s techno-scientific coronavirus commission.