Chris Haugan wins Blizzard/Phoenix trophy time trial

first_imgSunday marked the 31st edition of the Blizzard and Phoenix trophies for the Blizzard Bike Club. Chris Haugan won in the men’s category with his time of 39:35, Dawit Feyissa won in the junior men’s grouping at 41:29, and Jessica Telizyn’s time of 1:04:37 was tops in the women’s race.The times for yesterday’s event are as follows:1. Chris Haugan 39:352. Kevin Shaw 40:053.Dawit Feyissa 41:264. Richard Wood 45:065. Pat Ferris 46:406. Davide Loro 46:547. Sam Keats 49:418. Josh Telizyn 51:099. Jessica Telizyn 1:04:3710. Dian Loro 1:12:36- Advertisement –last_img

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UCLA steals one from Gonzaga

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE‘Mame,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ composer Jerry Herman dies at 88160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) – Luc Richard Mbah a Moute provided a shocking ending to Adam Morrison’s amazing season. Mbah a Moute scored underneath with 10 seconds left and the second-seeded Bruins scored the final 11 points of the game to knock out Morrison and third-seeded Gonzaga 73-71 Thursday night to advance to the regional final. Morrison, Gonzaga’s shaggy-haired star, made two free throws with 3:26 to go, giving him 24 on the night and the Bulldogs (29-4) a 71-62 lead. But the Bruins (30-6) didn’t wilt. Mbah a Moute scored six of the final 11 points and got a key steal in the final seconds to seal the win and send UCLA to its first regional final since 1997. The Bruins will play Saturday against Memphis (33-3), which beat Bradley 80-64 in the first semifinal of the Oakland regional. The Tigers beat the Bruins 88-80 in November. Morrison put his hands on his head and leaned over, overcome with emotion, Mbah a Moute stole the ball from Derek Raivio with 2.6 seconds left, fighting tears in what was probably his final game in a Zags uniform. He is expected to turn pro. J.P. Batista missed a desperation 15-footer at the buzzer and fell into the Zags’ bench, where coach Mark Few helped him up. When the buzzer sounded, UCLA senior Cedric Bozeman ran around the court with the ball in his hands – Ryan Hollins right with him. Hollins and Afflalo went to help up Morrison, who was spread on the floor at midcourt. Few then came to hug the crying Morrison.last_img read more

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