Volcanism is a natural climate forcing causing short-term variations in temperatures. Histories of volcanic eruptions are needed to quantify their role in climate variability and assess human impacts. We present two new seasonally resolved, annually dated non-sea-salt sulfur records from polar ice cores—WAIS Divide (WDC06A) from West Antarctica spanning 408 B.C.E. to 2003 C.E. and NEEM (NEEM-2011-S1) from Greenland spanning 78 to 1997 C.E.—both analyzed using high-resolution continuous flow analysis coupled to two mass spectrometers. The high dating accuracy allowed placing the large bi-hemispheric deposition event ascribed to the eruption of Kuwae in Vanuatu (previously thought to be 1452/1453 C.E. and used as a tie-point in ice core dating) into the year 1458/1459 C.E. This new age is consistent with an independent ice core timescale from Law Dome and explains an apparent delayed response in tree rings to this volcanic event. A second volcanic event is detected in 1453 C.E. in both ice cores. We show for the first time ice core signals in Greenland and Antarctica from the strong eruption of Taupo in New Zealand in 232 C.E. In total, 133 volcanic events were extracted from WDC06A and 138 from NEEM-2011-S1, with 50 ice core signals—predominantly from tropical source volcanoes—identified simultaneously in both records. We assess the effect of large bipolar events on temperature-sensitive tree ring proxies. These two new volcanic records, synchronized with available ice core records to account for spatial variability in sulfate deposition, provide a basis for improving existing time series of volcanic forcing.
The ∼2000 m thick clastic and volcaniclastic sedimentary rock pile of the Mesoproterozoic Ritscherflya Supergroup is located near the eastern margin of the Archaean Grunehogna Craton of Dronning Maud Land (East Antarctica). The sedimentary rocks were deposited proximal to an active volcanic arc formed during subduction prior to the assembly of the Rodinia supercontinent. In this study, we investigated internal zonation and U-Pb ages of detrital zircon grains from all formations of the Ahlmannryggen and Jutulstraumen groups of the Ritscherflya Supergroup. Our results show an age distribution with a dominant age peak at ∼ 1130 Ma, close to the sedimentation age of the sedimentary rocks (∼ 1130-1107 Ma), which strongly supports the model of deposition of the sediments in a convergent margin setting. Older peaks in the Ritscherflya sedimentary rock zircon spectrum with ages up to 3445± 7 Ma that were also identified in samples from the Grunehogna Craton basement reflect tectono-magmatic events in the Kalahari Craton. This provides further evidence for the Archaean and Proterozoic connection of the Grunehogna province to the African Kalahari Craton. Parts of the Mesoproterozoic volcanic arc were located on Archaean cratonic basement (∼2800-3450 Ma), whereas other parts tapped late Palaeoproterozoic crust (∼1750 Ma). This is evident from a number of inherited Archaean and Proterozoic cores in zircons with Stenian rims. The Ritscherflya zircon record, therefore, supports models of the eastern margin of the Kalahari-Grunehogna Craton that include inward subduction with an active continental margin prior to collision in Dronning Maud Land. The intercalation of the clastic sedimentary rocks with volcaniclastic materials strongly support the interpretation of a very proximal volcanic source. The sedimentary rocks were affected by regional low-grade metamorphism during the collisional orogeny related to Rodinia assembly and during the Pan-African orogeny related to the assembly of Gondwana. This is evident from metamorphic recrystallisation of zircon at 1086± 4 Ma and from discordancy of many grains pointing to late Neoproterozoic to early Phanerozoic lead loss.
The British Antarctic Survey’s Halley Research Station is located on the Brunt Ice Shelf, Antarctica, where it is potentially vulnerable to calving events. Existing historical records show that the Brunt Ice Shelf is currently extended further into the Weddell Sea than it was before its last large calving event, so a new calving event may be overdue. We describe three different possible future scenarios for a large-scale calving event on Brunt Ice Shelf, and conclude that the currently most threatening scenario for the Halley Research Station is a calving event on the neighbouring Stancomb–Wills Glacier Tongue, with subsequent detrimental consequences for the stability of the Brunt Ice Shelf. Based on available data, we suggest an increasing likelihood of this scenario occurring after 2020. We furthermore describe ongoing monitoring efforts aimed at giving advanced warning of an imminent calving event.
In recent years, studies on psychrophilic lipases have become an emerging area of research in the field of enzymology. The study described here focuses on the cold-adapted organic solvent tolerant lipase strain Pseudomonas sp. LSK25 isolated fromSigny Station, SouthOrkney Islands,maritime Antarctic. Strain LSK25 lipase was successfully cloned, sequenced, and over-expressed in an Escherichia coli system. Sequence analysis revealed that the lipase gene of Pseudomonas sp. LSK25 consists of 1432 bp, lacks an N-terminal signal peptide and encodes a mature protein consisting of 476 amino acids. The recombinantLSK25 lipase was purified by single-step purification using Ni-Sepharose affinity chromatography and had a molecular mass of approximately 65 kDa. The final recovery and purification fold were 44% and 1.3, respectively. The LSK25 lipase was optimally active at 30 °C and at pH 6. Stable lipolytic activity was reported between temperatures of 5–30 °C and at pH 6–8. A significant enhancement of lipolyticactivity was observed in the presence of Ca2+ ions, the organic lipids of rice bran oil and coconut oil, a synthetic C12 ester and a wide range of water immiscible organic solvents. Overall, lipase strain LSK25 is a potentially desirable candidate for biotechnological application, due to its stability at low temperatures, across a range of pH and in organic solvents.
August 3, 2018 /Sports News – Local Utah’s Stockton Signs With German Team FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail(Salt Lake City, UT) — Jazz guard David Stockton is taking his talents to Germany.Multiple reports state Stockton has agreed to a deal with a team in Germany.Stockton is the son of long time Jazz point guard John Stockton. He appeared in three games for Utah last season. Robert Lovell Written by Tags: David Stockton/Utah Jazz
November 1, 2018 /Sports News – National Simone Biles makes history as 1st woman to win 4 all-around world titles FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailFrancois Nel(DOHA, Qatar) — Simone Biles made history as the first woman to win four all-around world titles when she took home her fourth world championship title today in Doha, Qatar.Biles, 21, beat out Mai Murakamai of Japan and fellow Team USA member Morgan Hurd to win the gold medal, despite falling two times during her all-around final.Biles skyrocketed to fame as a member of the “Final Five” women’s gymnastics team that took home gold medals during the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.She may have taken two tumbles during the competition, but Biles was rewarded by judges for the level of difficulty she went for, according to reports.Despite her history-making win, the Texas native says she still believes she can do better.Biles wrote in an Instagram post that she had “so many emotions” and that it has been “less than a year since I got back into training so I try not to be too hard on myself.”She continued: “Although I still placed 1st and MADE HISTORY I’m not entirely pleased with my performance. I’m still trying to find my confidence. But I won’t give up ?? I’m proud of myself! —> now onto finals.”When not competing, Biles has become an increasingly vocal critic of USA Gymnastics leadership in the wake of the Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal. Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Written by Beau Lund
Tags: Marcelo Silva/MLS/Real Salt Lake July 20, 2019 /Sports News – Local Silva’s volley lifts RSL to 1-1 draw with Minnesota United Associated Press FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSANDY, Utah (AP) — Marcelo Silva tied it in the 71st minute and Real Salt Lake held on for a 1-1 draw, ending Minnesota United’s four-game winning streak Saturday night.Jefferson Savarino gathered a clearance attempt and crossed it to Silva, who finished with a volley from the middle of the penalty area.Darwin Quintero gave Minnesota United (10-7-4) the lead in the 57th minute. Mason Toye headed Jan Gregus’ corner toward goal but right of the target and Quintero slipped behind the defense to redirect it into the net from close range.Real Salt Lake (9-9-3) had won three of four. Written by
Beau Lund Written by November 7, 2019 /Sports News – National Antonio Brown says he’ll never play in NFL again FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPhoto by Allen Kee / ESPN Images(NEW YORK) — Ahead of his scheduled meeting with NFL investigators, former wide receiver Antonio Brown lashed out on Thursday, saying he would never again play in the league.Sources told ESPN’s Josina Anderson early Thursday that Brown would meet with the NFL next week regarding the sexual assault allegations made against him by multiple women. Hours later, Brown posted to Twitter and Instagram, saying “Imagine conforming to a system giving it a 100 percent to see them treat me like this is unfairly!”“Making money off my sweat and blood [expletive] the @nfl I’ll never play in that [expletive] treat black people worse!,” he added.He concluded his rant by demanding that the league “clear my name and go [expletive] your self.”The post on Instagram was later taken down.ESPN reported Thursday that multiple teams would be interested in signing Brown following the resolution of the league’s investigation. He was released by the New England Patriots in September after playing just one game for them, amid the storm of allegations.Brown joined New England after being cut by the Oakland Raiders. That followed a tumultuous offseason in which he suffered a foot injury in a cryotherapy accident, filed multiple appeals over the league’s helmet standards, and feuded with the Raiders over fines for missing team events.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Beau Lund FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStockBY: ABC NEWS(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from yesterday’s games: —— NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Final Sacramento 107 Boston 96 Final San Antonio 116 Cleveland 110 Final Orlando 121 Brooklyn 113 Final Detroit 113 Houston 100 Final Indiana 137 Miami 110 Final Golden State 116 Memphis 103 Final Utah 115 Toronto 112 Final OT Denver 131 Chicago 127 Final Portland 125 Dallas 119 Final Phoenix 113 Minnesota 101 —— NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Final Washington 2 N-Y Rangers 1 Final Calgary 4 Toronto 3 Final OT Vancouver 3 Montreal 2 Final SO St. Louis 2 San Jose 1 Final Vegas 4 Los Angeles 2 —— TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL Final (2)Illinois 78 Drexel 49 Final (3)Baylor 79 Hartford 55 Final (6)Houston 87 Cleveland St. 56 Final Oral Roberts 75 (7)Ohio St. 72 Final (10)Arkansas 85 Colgate 68 Final (11)Oklahoma St. 69 Liberty 60 Final (13)West Virginia 84 Morehead St. 67 Final Syracuse 78 (16)San Diego St. 62 Final (17)Loyola Chicago 71 Georgia Tech 60 Final (18)Villanova 73 Winthrop 63 Final North Texas 78 (20)Purdue 69 Final (21)Texas Tech 65 Utah St. 53 Final Florida 75 (25)Virginia Tech 70Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. Written by March 20, 2021 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 3/19/21
Written by Brad James April 14, 2021 /Sports News – Local Delta Girls, Juab Boys, Win Norris Invitational FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailRICHFIELD, Utah-Tuesday, Delta’s girls won the Norris Invitational title and the Juab boys did the same at Richfield High School.For the girls, Delta posted 189 points. Manti finished second (92), Juab placed third (90.5), Panguitch finished fourth (65), Richfield placed fifth (57.5), Emery placed sixth (34), Canyon View finished seventh (24), South Sevier placed eighth (22), North Sevier finished ninth (16) and Wayne placed 10th (3).For the boys, Juab finished first with 168 points. They were followed by Delta (133.5), Emery (84), Richfield (76.5), Panguitch (54.5), North Sevier (35), Manti (31), Canyon View (13), Pinnacle (11.5), South Sevier (8) and Wayne (1).The resuls are as follows:Girls Sprit Medley RelayRichfield Wildcats 4:50:06 (Sarah Bate, Bailey Sorensen, Kamryn Knutson and Nora Foster North Sevier Wolves 4:55.97 (Caleigh Nielson, Alaina Barney, Hannah Riggs and Avery Smith)Boys Sprint Medley RelayRichfield Wildcats 3:46.67 (Hunter Alger, Carston Jensen, Cannon Anderson, Richard Crane)Delta Rabbits 3:52.88 (Trey Butler, Austin Loe, Hagen Nielson, John McLaws)North Sevier Wolves 4:00.48 (Caleb Madsen, Greyson Bennett, Kelby Bosh, Tate Goble)Emery Spartans 4:14.03 (Shane Guymon, Boston Huntington, Cannon Sharp, Camden Larsen)Juab Wasps 4:41.73 (Dawson Dansie, Stockton Shepherd, Dace Darrigton and Nathan Garret)Girls 1600-Meter RunMarissa Hall-Juab 5:27.36Allie Bridges-Manti 5:55.81Fiel Woods-Manti 5:59.39Sadie Nielson-Manti 6:02.28Eden Hall-Juab 6:04.02Kayli Baker-Delta 6:04.87Jamie Holt-Wisconsin 6:06.11Annalee Thompson-Richfield 6:11.35Boys 1600-Meter RunDason Day-Juab 4:34.79Jess Christiansen-Emery 4:41.32Joseph Peterson-Juab 4:55.79Gage Smith-Delta 4:58.92Porter Schoppe-Panguitch 5:00.08Camden Larsen-Emery 5:02.13Miles Barnett-Richfield 5:04.00Talmadge Day-Juab 5:05.51Girls 100-Meter HurdlesSavannah Nielson-Delta 14.57Melissa Crane-Richfield 15.55Claira Reynolds-Manti 16.48Ebondy Dodoo-Delta 17.13Peyton Stevens-Manti 17.44Natalie Morrell-Juab 17.90Bethany Justice-Emery 17.94Harmony Lopez-Canyon View 18.24Boys 110-Meter HurdlesTreven Brazier-Emery 15.28Jacob Eldridge-Juab 16.22Britton Smith-Delta 16.76Tate Goble-North Sevier 16.98Jesse Banks-Canyon View 17.41Hagen Nielson-Juab 18:00Elijah Sawyer-Canyon View 18.15Tucker Chappell-Panguitch 18.51Girls 100-Meter DashSavannah Nielson-Delta 12.30Ada Nielson-Delta 12.31Megan Atkinson-Delta 13.22Claira Reynolds-Manti 13:35Tamyra Moulton-Manti 13:56Aliva England-Juab 13.58Debijean Henrie-Panguitch 13.89Nicole Castro-Emery 13.90Boys 100-Meter DashOran Finlinson-Delta 11.21Treven Brazier-Emery 11.26Bode Blackett-Juab 11.51Tyson Brenchley-Manti 11.53Austin West-Juab 11.54Cameron Smith-Delta 11.56Jyson Diaz-Delta 11.61Klyn Fullmer-Panguitch 11.70Girls 4 x 100 RelayDeltaRabbits 50.4 (Jordyn Nielson, Savannah Nielson, Ebony Dodood and Megan Atkinson)Emery Spartans 54.7 (Brynn Gordon, Abby Morris, Nicole Castro, Bethany Justice)Manti Templars 54.96 (Claira Reynolds, Peyton Stevens, Tamyra Moulton, Jade Mortensen)Juab Wasps 55.3 (Alivia England, Natalie Morrell, Kaydie Callaway, Karlie Cowan)Richfield Wildcats 55.6 (Ellie Belnap, Annika Hulet, Roxie Yardley, Melissa Crane)Wayne Badgers 56.2 (Lacey Ellett, Hanna Williams, Willow Lawton, Hali Peterson)North Sevier Wolves 58.3 (Caleigh Nielson, Alaina Barney, Hannah Riggs, Avery Smith)Boys 4 x 100 RelayJuab Wasps 45.4 (Carter Lynn, Autin West, Jared Dye, Bodee Blackett)Delta Rabbits 45.5 (Cameron Smith, Cameron Curtis, Oran Finlison, Carston Jensen)Richfield Wildcats 46.5 (Will Smith, Nathan Sheffer, Ethan Udy, Carston JensenNorth Sevier Wolves 47.97 (Caleb Madsen, Greyson Bennett), Blaine Anderson, Kamden Saling)Manti Templars 48.6 Panguitch Bobcats 51.4 (Lane Bangerter, Cameron Parkin, Mark Tebbs, Trent Walter)Emery Spartans 51.96 (Eli Morris, Jaxton Lake, Maddex Behling and Derek Canterberry)Girls 400-Meter DashJordyn Nielson-Delta 1:02.95Adelaide Englestead-Panguitch 1:03.74Bethany Justice-Emery 1:05.77Noah Foster-Richfield 1:06.79Kamryn Knutson-Richfield 1:07.91Debijean Henrie-Panguitch 1:08.34Caitlin Allred-Delta 1:09.53Hadley Dustin-Canyon View 1:10.27Boys 400-Meter DashCarter Lynn-Juab 52.96Klyn Fullmer-Panguitch 53.67Carston Jensen-Richfield 54.79Spencer Forsyth-Delta 56.18Christian Hansen-Manti 57.16Ethan Fielding-North Sevier 57.21Kevin Sterner-Manti 57.84Brannigan Cheney-Manti 57.85Girls 300-Meter HurdlesAdi Nielson-Delta 44.27Ebondy Dodoo-Delta 49.24Harmony Lopez-Canyon View 50.76Natalie Morrell-Juab 52.19Zoe Thomas-Delta 53.54Brynn Gordon-Emery 53.69Lexie Palmer-Panguitch 53.96Peyton Stevens-Manti 54.91Boys 300-Meter HurdlesTreven Brazier-Emery 39.34Jacob Eldridge-Juab 42.79Cameron Curtis-Delta 43.78Hagen Nielson-Delta 44.4Jesse Banks-Canyon View 44.41John McLaws-Delta 45.7Tate Goble-North Sevier 47.16Elijah Sawyer-Canyon View 47.17Girls 800-Meter RunAdi Nielson-Delta 2:25.03Marissa Hall-Juab 2:26.93Paige Curtis-Delta 2:33.40Nora Foster-Richfield 2:38.94Keltsy Fowles-Manti 2:40.12Tabetha Henrie-Panguitch 2:41.48Eden Hall-Juab 2:42.12Hailie Wilcox-Panguitch 2:42.64Boys 800-Meter RunCannon Anderson-Richfield 2:03.69Bryar Meccariello-Emery 2:04.25Jess Christiansen-Emery 2:05.60Keaton Hallows-North Sevier 2:07.77Landen Hardy-Pinnacle 2:15.00Jace Sweat-Manti 2:18.71Hunter Alger-Richfield 2:19.10Miles Barnett-Richfield 2:19.37Girls 200-Meter DashSavannah Nielson-Delta 26.19Jordyn Nielson-Delta 26.6Kaeshay Brough-Delta 27.97Caitlin Allred-Delta 29.19Debijean Henrie-Panguitch 29.29Megan Atkinson-Delta 29.4Kate Flitton-Manti 29.5Keelie Bunker-Delta 29.7Boys 200-Meter DashBode Blackett-Juab 23.4Jared Dye-Juab 23.5Austin West-Juab 23.95Jyson Diaz-Delta 24.3Klyn Fullmer-Panguitch 24.31Cameron Smith-Delta 24.3Will Smith-Richfield 24.6Nathan Sheffer-Richfield 24.8Girls 3200-Meter RunKeltsy Fowles-Manti 12:57.14Adelaide Engelstead-Panguitch 12:57.82Fiel Woods-Manti 13:03.06Allie Bridges-Manti 13:24.70Kalle Cook-Emery 13:35.43Annalee Thompson-Richfield 14:16.72Sophie Christensen-Manti 14:23.62Cambree Olsen-Juab 14:35.89Boys 3200-Meter RunDason Day-Juab 10:22.66Richard Crane-Richfield 10:43.94Joseph Peterson-Juab 10:56.54Hunter Powell-Manti 11:19.15Carson Utley-Richfield 11:20.85Talmage Day-Juab 11:23.81John McLaws-Delta 11:25.18Porter Schoppe-Panguitch 11:31.82Girls 4 x 400 RelayJuab Wasps 4:28.47 (Marissa Hall, Eden Hall, Valerie Clark, Alivia England)Panguitch Bobcats 4:46.16 (Lacey Marshall, Kyan Orton, Abigail Holman, Hailie Wilcox)Emery Spartans 5:00.77 (Kalle Cook, Nicole Castro, Addie Lester, Tayvi Stilson)North Sevier Wolves 5:11.94 (Karla McCoy, Brooklyn Goble, Ciarra Anderson, Hannah Riggs)Boys 4 x 400 RelayDelta Rabbits 3:38.31 (Oran Finlinson, Spencer Forsyth, Cameron Curtis, Hagen Nielson)Richfield Wildcats 3:39.08 (Hunter Alger, Cannon Anderson, Richard Crane, Carston Jensen)Emery Spartans “A” Team 3:40.09 (Bryar Meccariello, Jess Christiansen, Treven Brazier, Eli Morris)North Sevier Wolves 3:45.97 (Ethan Fielding, Kelby Bosh, Keaton Hallows, Greyson Bennett)Juab Wasps 3:55.32 (Carter Lynn, Jacob Eldridge, Boston Baxter, Breyer Wright)Emery Spartans “B” Team 4:20.84 (Mason Hurdsman, Isaac Jensen, Maddex Behling, Tyler Frandsen)Panguitch Bobcats 4:27.92 (Carter Yardley, Justice Savage, Rustyn Tebbs, Cameron Parkin)Boys Long JumpSpencer Forsyth-Delta 18-07.25Carson Thornock-South Sevier 18-04.25Trey Butler-Delta 18-02.50Britton Smith-Delta 18-01.00Tate Goble-North Sevier 17-11.50Dawson Olsen-Juab 17-07.00Jyson Diaz-Delta 17-06.00Ethan White-Wayne 17-04.00Girls Long JumpMelissa Crane-Richfield 16-07.50Valerie Clark-Juab 15-06.00Megan Atkinson-Delta 14-09.50Adelaide Englestead-Panguitch 14-07.50Tabetha Henrie-Panguitch 14-07.50Alivia England-Juab 14-07.00Bethany Justice-Emery 14-01.75Megan Shields-Canyon View 14-01.00Boys High JumpDawson Olsen-Juab 6-04.00Spencer Forsyth-Delta 5-11.00Cameron Smith-Delta 5-10.00Richard Crane-Richfield 5-06.00Jyson Diaz-Delta 5-04.00Michael Schmitz-Pinnacle/Harrison Brown-Richfield 5-04.00(No. 8) Treyson Prince-Panguitch/Cai Henderson-Delta Girls High JumpZoe Thomas-Delta 5-00.00Brooklynn Hunter-Juab 5-00.00Tabetha Henrie-Panguitch 4-10.00Sadie Wright-Juab 4-10.00Belle Kelsey-Juab /Ellie Belnap-Richfield 4-06.007. Abby Morris-Emery 4-06.008. Jadee Dutson-Delta 4-06.00Boys JavelinKyler Bennett-Panguitch 147-08Boden Ballow-Juab 147-07Hunter Alger-Richfield 140-10Bodee Blackett-Juab 133-03Maddox Christman-Emery 127-11Stetson Motte-Pinnacle 127-02Christian Winder-Pinnacle 126-09Derek Canterberry-Emery 126-01Girls JavelinValerie Clark-Juab 99-06Kaelynn Cox-Panguitch 94-11Alexa Robinson-South Sevier 93-10Morgan Blackburn-South Sevier 92-04Breana Barson-Manti 89-10Haylee Christianson-Delta 85-00Hailee Eyre-Panguitch 84-03Brynley Christensen-South Sevier 83-10Boys Shot PutMaddox Christman-Emery 40-05.25Kyler Bennett-Panguitch 38-09.50Tucker Chappell-Panguitch 38-08.50David Phillips-Juab 38-00.00Anthony Henningson-Manti 37-02.50Bridger Terril-Delta 37-02.50Taimalelagi Moe-36-03.75Girls Shot PutHaylee Christenson-Delta 34-05.50Saylor Day-Delta 33-09.50Sanilaiti Takieaho-Manti 33-07.25Jaylie Roden-Canyon View 32-06.50Morgan Blackburn-South Sevier 31-00.25Emmie Willoughby-Delta 30.09.00Holly Torgerson-Richfield 30-04.50Alli Mason-North Sevier 30-02.50Boys DiscusMason Wohlforth-Juab 124-04Dawson Olsen-Juab 121-04Kyler Bennett-Panguitch 121-03David Phillips-Juab 120-08Bridger Terril-Delta 110-00Elijah Jones-Richfield 104-02Kade Edgel-Canyon View 104-00Seth Bryan-Delta 30.07Girls Discus Jaylie Roden-Canyon View 131-06Haylee Christianson-Delta 103-11Morgan Blackburn-South Sevier 100-07Breana Barson-Manti 94-06Alix Kirkland-Delta 89-07Sanilaiti Takeiaho-Manti 87-09Brylee Greenhalgh-Juab 87-02Saylor Day-Delta 84-02