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first_imgMGN ImageALBANY – Governor Andrew Cuomo has added additional state’s to New York’s travel advisory list.In a bulletin Tuesday morning, the Governor announced Minnesota, New Mexico, Ohio and Wisconsin are now among 24 states on the list.The Governor says all state on the list have significant community spread of COVID-19, and those traveling from the states must quarantine for 14 days upon entering New York.Yesterday, Cuomo announced a travel enforcement operation at airports across the state to help ensure travelers are following the state’s quarantine restrictions. The full, updated list of states on the travel advisory is below:AlabamaArkansasArizonaCaliforniaFloridaGeorgiaIowaIdahoKansasLouisianaMinnesotaMississippiNorth CarolinaNew MexicoNevadaOhioOklahomaSouth CarolinaTennesseeTexasUtahWisconsinCuomo says Delaware has been removed from the list after it fell below the qualifying metrics. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_imgUWF Sweeps GSC All-Sports Trophy Honors Share May 11, 2007BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – For the second time in school history, the University of West Florida swept Gulf South Conference Men’s and Women’s All-Sports Trophy accolades. West Florida became the first school since 1999-2000 to win both championships. They claimed both All-Sports Trophies in 1997-98. West Florida became a full fledged NCAA Division II institution in the GSC in 1996.West Florida claimed its second consecutive GSC Women’s All-Sports Trophy, and third in four seasons with 68.0 points. Harding finished second with 59.5 points, while Valdosta State (52.0) and North Alabama (50.5) also hit the 50-point mark. Gulf South Conference titles in golf and tennis helped UWF seal the award. In the fall, soccer won the GSC Championship, and volleyball reached the semifinals. West Florida has won five women’s All-Sports Trophies, tying North Alabama for the second most in league history.The Argonauts won its first GSC Men’s All-Sports Trophy since 2002-03, and third overall. West Florida collected 54.5 points, just four points ahead of second place North Alabama. Valdosta State ranked third (49.5), while Harding (47.0) and Delta State (44.0) also earned 40 points. Three conference titles helped propel UWF to this year’s trophy. The Argos won their first ever GSC Championship in baseball this week. They won conference titles in golf this spring and soccer in the fall. Tennis and cross country finished second.The GSC will present the awards at its annual awards banquet on Thursday, June 28, at the Hilton Garden Inn in Pensacola, Fla. They will also recognize the “Top Ten” student-athletes and reveal the winners of the Commissioner’s Trophies. The awards are presented to the most outstanding male and female student-athlete, based on athletic, academic and extra curricular/community service criteriaPrint Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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first_img Tough conditions made for a grizzly encounter at St Mary’s, where the visitors twice came from behind to eke out a 2-2 draw. Saints took an early lead through a wonderful Rickie Lambert free-kick, only to be pegged back by Peter Odemwingie’s first goal for Stoke, who had gone 369 minutes without netting away from home before that. Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino bemoaned his side’s lack of aggression after they were held to a draw by Stoke. Press Association Steven Davis’ fortuitous effort saw Saints retake the lead soon after, but they again relinquished control when former Southampton frontman Peter Crouch bundled home. Saints continually pressed for a winner in the second half but could not find a way through, much to the annoyance of manager Pochettino. “It is not frustrating, but disappointing,” the Saints boss said. “Over the 90 minutes we deserved to win but in football you can’t really deserve to win you have to show it and do it. “The only ‘but’ is that after that (Lambert goal) we were not aggressive enough to go on and get a second and that would have put the game to bed. “Then when we went to 2-1 we weren’t able to hold on to the lead and again we should have been more aggressive. “We practically nullified Stoke in the second half and were creating all the chances but in the end it was not to be.” Saints have now gone five matches unbeaten in the league, but three of those have ended as 2-2 draws despite Pochettino’s side edging them. “Both against Arsenal and Stoke the game ended 2-2 and we deserved more, but overall we’re on the right path,” he added. “We were playing against (the) most physical team in (the) Premier League and the weather conditions were difficult so overall we have to look at the positives. “We had full control of the game, especially in the second half. Stoke are a team who play to their strengths and I have full respect for their approach to football. But we deserved more from this game.” The result brought an end to Stoke’s four-game losing streak away from the Britannia Stadium and was a decent follow-up to last weekend’s 2-1 win against Manchester United. “It was an important game for us,” manager Mark Hughes said. “Obviously we had a fantastic result last weekend against Manchester United and it would have been a real disappointment not to have got something out of this game because it is important we get a run going. “I felt we were the better side in the first half, albeit we went behind twice, but we showed great character and no little skill to get back on level terms. “In the second half, both teams cancelled each other out somewhat and as the away team that’s a very good performance from our point of view. “They’re a team I’ve enjoyed watching this year and we restricted them to very few clear-cut chances. That shows the quality of our performance.” Charlie Adam was again key for Stoke, following up his winner against United by providing the assists for both goals at St Mary’s – the first a particularly impressive through-ball for Odemwingie to net. “He’s got that, we all know that,” Hughes said of the Scotland midfielder. “What we have now is a little bit of difference in terms of our attacking threat. “Peter Odemwingie has joined us and he’s an experienced Premier League player and we’ve talked about him exploiting that space in between centre-backs, behind full-backs and Charlie, given his range of passing, will always put people through.” last_img read more

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