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first_imgThough it has certainly enjoyed success in seasons past, the Christian Brothers Academy cross country has reached a new plateau with both its boys and girls programs earning prestigious titles on a regular basis.And that included the Brothers going to Long Branch Park and pulling off a clean sweep of Wednesday’s Onondaga High School League Liberty division championship races.For the CBA boys, no. 4 in the latest state Class C rankings, claiming the league meet meant defeating two rivals just behind them in the state poll, no. 5-ranked Skaneateles and no. 7-ranked Westhill.With 45 points, the Brothers claimed that overall title ahead of the Warriors (63 points) and Lakers (76 points) by placing all five of its top runners within the top 20, three of them in the top 10.Sophomore Michael McMahon’s time of 17 minutes, 3.8 seconds was second only to Skaneateles’ Caleb Bender (16:31.6), while senior Rliey Nash made it to fifth place in 17:23 flat.Another CBA senior, Riley Nash, got to eighth place in 17:35.7, while senior Joel Gaffney was 12th in 17:52.4. When sophomore Cooper Groat crossed the finish line 18th in 18:15.4, the Brothers locked up the team crown as Kyle Gaffney, in 19:35.4, was 39th, two spots ahead of Christian Balistreri, who posted 19:40.8.Moving to the girls OHSL Liberty race, CBA, who sits at no. 12 in the state Class B rankings, found itself in a narrow battle with Chittenango for top honors in both the overall and American division races.Led again by Olivia Morganti, the Brothers won those battles, with 42 points in the American division to the Bears’ 46 and, overall, 72 points to fend off Chittenango by two points.Morganti turned the individual race into a showcase, her blistering time of 19:04.5 on the Long Branch course more than a minute and a half ahead of the second-place 20:35 flat from Homer’s Emma Anderson.Just as important, though, were the top-five finishes of senior Lea Kyle and sophomore Isabella Cannizzo as Kyle made her way to third place in 20:53 flat and Cannizzo gained fifth place in 21:05.2.Though the other CBA runners could not quite keep up with that trio, freshman Mia Kirch did get 30th place in 23:27.3 and junior Annie Toole was 33rd in 23:43.6 to help the Brothers hold off Chittenango, the pair finishing 16th and 18th, respectively, among American division runners. Eighth-grader Abby Nash was 41st overall in 24:08.6, two spots ahead of Rachel Farrela’s 24:14.8.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: CBAcross countrylast_img read more

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first_img Tags: Ashdod Sports ClubCHAN 2020KCCA FCKibuli ssTimothy AwanyUganda Cranes Timothy Awany has been with KCCA FC since 2014. (PHOTO/file)KAMPALA – KCCA FC defender Timothy Awany has sealed a move to Israel side Ashdod FC.The former KCCA FC captain is understood to be joining the Ashdod based side on a free transfer after his contract with the Kasasiros expired at the back-end of last season.Awany skippered KCCA FC last season but he was stripped of his captaincy in May, after failing to agree on a new deal with the reigning StarTimes Uganda Premier League champions.According to Kawowo Sports, the lanky defender has finished all the necessary documentation for seal the move and will depart for Israel at the beginning of the upcoming week.Awany is currently with the Uganda Cranes team that is in Djibouti as they build-up the CHAN 2020 qualifier against Somalia on Saturday.The 22-year-old joined KCCA FC from Kibuli Secondary School in 2014 and has been at Lugogo throughout the last 5 years.At his time at KCCA FC, he has won three league titles, two Uganda Cups, one CECAFA Kagame cup and three Super Cups.Awany is a full Uganda Cranes international, featuring in 25 senior games since his debut in 2016.He was part of the Cranes team that reached the last 16 at the just concluded Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.About Awany’s new clubAshdod Sports Club is an Israeli football club, playing in the port city of Ashdod. The unorthodox name of the team (unlike most Israeli soccer teams, the name indicates only the club’s home city but no association, e.g. Hapoel, Maccabi, Beitar etc.) is the result of the union of two city rivals, Hapoel Ashdod and Maccabi Ironi Ashdod.During the club’s first years, it’s kit colours were completely blue. However, when Haim Revivo took a more prominent role in the club, the colours were changed to red and yellow. The decision was made that the kit should incorporate the previous two clubs’ colours, Hapoel having been red and Maccabi yellow.The club was not immediately successful after the merger, and fan support was lacking. During the 2004/05 season, they reached their greatest achievement, a third-place finish in the Israeli Premier League and a berth in the UEFA Cup.The club also reached the final of the Toto Cup, only to go out on penalty kicks. Their first time in a continental competition was not a memorable one, as they went out to NK Domzale.Prior to the 2014/15, the club added Ironi to its name. However, following a dispute with fans of the previous club, Maccabi Ironi Ashdod, during the 2–3 defeat against Maccabi Netanya in the last match of the regular season, the club’s chairman, Jacky Ben-Zaken, decided to rename the club to Hapoel Ashdod and to play in red shirts.Despite warnings from the Israel Football Association, which informed the club that such changes during the season are illegal, Ashdod did show up for their next match, which opened the bottom playoff, against Hapoel Ra’anana in red shirts, with the caption “F.C. Hapoel Ashdod”, and was eventually disciplined.Furthermore, the club was punished by FIFA with six points deduction for failing to pay an arbitration award to Nigerian club, Kaduna United for the transfer of Efe Ambrose in 2010. As a result, the club has been dropped to the bottom place in the Israeli Premier League.However, in an exceptional decision, FIFA reversed its decision after it was found out that the club did pay the arbitration award. At the end of the season, the club finished at the bottom of the league, after failing to register a win during their last 15 matches, and for the first time in their history, were relegated to the second tier, Liga Leumit, following a defeat of 0–1 against Hapoel Tel Aviv.In the 2015/16 season, the club won Liga Leumit and made an immediate return to the Israeli Premier League.Comments last_img read more