Champlain Oil donates more than $2,500 for the Bissonette Family recreation area

first_imgLocal CITGO Marketer Champlain Oil Co.raised $2,530.60 by collecting three cents from every gallon of gas purchased in the month of April at the Hinesburg Jiffy Mart for the construction of a new recreational facility, the Bissonette Family Recreation Area. The 11-acre recreational facility located off Shelburne Falls Road will accommodate youth and adult recreation programs and provide adequate recreation space to support the town’s athletic programs.”We want to thank our great customers for helping make this donation possible. We kept hearing our customers complain about how much time it took to go to a field in another town just so their kids could play. When we heard about the plan to build a nearby recreation center, we jumped at the opportunity to help fundraise for the construction,” said Jiffy Mart manager Kristi Brown. “We know the facility will be a great asset to our community, and it definitely took a community to build it. We look forward to crossing the road and watching tons of games.”For many years, the Town of Hinesburg did not have the space to support its athletic programs, leaving youth programs scattered throughout the town and forcing residents to travel to surrounding towns in order to participate in team sports. In 2011, local farmer, the late Wayne Bissonette, and his family donated 11 acres of land to the Town of Hinesburg to be used as the Bissonette Family Recreation Area. This facility will include two full-size, multi‐purpose fields for soccer, football and lacrosse, a Little League baseball field, a “tot lot” playground, parking, restrooms and storage. To learn more about this project, visitwww.hinesburg.org(link is external).The campaign for the recreation area is just one way in which Champlain Oil gives back to the local community. Other examples include annual fundraising for the Muscular Dystrophy Association through a golf tournament and donations within its Jiffy Mart locations and also sponsorships for local youth sports teams, including the Charlotte Little League and CSSU Buccaneers football.Founded in the 1940s, Champlain Oil Company is an innovative leader in the wholesale fuel and convenience store industries and has grown into one of the largest, independent gasoline, diesel and kerosene distributors in Vermont and New Hampshire. Champlain Oil works with the Trucking Fleet and individual independent dealers to help them structure a business model and insure their success. Champlain Oil currently owns 32 Jiffy Mart locations throughout Vermont and New Hampshire. For more information, visit www.champlainoil.com(link is external).CITGO is committed to giving back to the local communities it serves through its network of locally owned stations. CITGO Marketers and Retailers in Vermont and New Hampshire own and operate nearly 140 CITGO locations and are proud to support their communities. For more information on the positive impact of the locally owned CITGO stations, visit www.CITGO.com(link is external).CITGO, based in Houston, is a refiner, transporter and marketer of transportation fuels, lubricants, petrochemicals and other industrial products. The company is owned by PDV America, Inc., an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of Petroleos de Venezuela, S.A., the national oil company of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. For more information, visit www.CITGO.com(link is external).SOURCE SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt., May 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — CITGOlast_img read more

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Mark Underwood: ‘How local sourcing can secure planning for supermarkets’

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Sykes, Roach Lead UWF to Victory at Watson Ford Invitational

first_imgSykes, Roach Lead UWF to Victory at Watson Ford Invitational  CLINTON, Miss. – The duo of junior Martinique Sykes (Orange Park, Fla./Orange Park HS) and freshman Chris Roach (Ponte Vedra, Fla./Nease HS) led the West Florida men’s cross country team to victory at the Watson Ford Invitational hosted by Mississippi College on Friday evening.  The meet was scored for Division I schools and non-Division I schools separately, but the Argonauts out-paced opponents in both categories to claim the win.Six Argonauts placed in the top 10 in the non-Division I results and overall in the 8k run.  Mississippi College placed first among Division I schools, and Hendrix was the second place finisher for the non-Division I field.“I’m very pleased with how we ran today in our final tune-up for the postseason,” said head coach John Bergen.  “It’s a challenging course, and we were hoping we would be pushed by some of the other top teams.  We’re very pleased with how we’re running heading into postseason.”For Sykes, the race marked his fourth top five finish of the season and his first career win as he crossed the finish line at 26:35.“Martinique ran a very strong and smart race,” explained Bergen.  “He let a couple other runners set the pace early, and he took over between the second and third mile marks.  Some of his own teammates pushed him a bit, but he held on and ran a very strong race for the win.  It was an impressive win for Martnique.”Roach was close behind Sykes, crossing the line in second place at 26:39 for a personal best.  The rest of UWF’s pack at the front included junior Dominique Sykes (Orange Park, Fla./Orange Park HS) in fourth at 26:54, senior Eddie Pagan (Stuart, Fla./South Fork HS) in sixth at 27:02, freshman Cody Haden (Navarre, Fla./Navarre HS) in eighth at 27:28 and senior Jared Black (Tallahassee, Fla./Leon HS) in ninth at 27:32.“Our veteran group of Eddie, Jared, Dominique and Martinique has been a great group for three years,” said Bergen.  “They’ve trained hard and always raced well, and we know we’re getting good results out of them.  Our freshman group has stayed right with our leaders, as they did today.”Freshman Roman Kowalski (Pensacola, Fla./Catholic HS) finished in 16th place at 28:16, and he was followed by sophomore Titus Cheruiyot (Eldoret, Kenya/Tenwek HS) in 19th place at 28:29.  Freshman Brandon Skeie (West Creek, N.J./Southern Regional HS) was a late scratch prior to the race due to a foot injury.The Argonauts will head to Hoover, Ala. on Oct. 22 for the Gulf South Conference Championships at Veterans Park.  UWF is looking for its third GSC championship and its first since 1996.  For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. #ARGOS#Mississippi College                                         HY-TEK’s Meet Manager              2011 Watson Ford Invitational – 10/7/2011 to 10/8/2011                                     Choctaw Trails           Clinton, MS                                                      Last Completed Event                                Event 2  Men 8k Run CC==================================================================================    Name                    Year School                Avg Mile     Finals  Points==================================================================================Division I Results                                                                  1 Kibet, Daniel             SR Mississippi Valley      5:30.8   27:24.30    1     2 Kiplaget, Victor          JR Mississippi Valley      5:34.5   27:42.80    2     3 Serrano, Jose             FR Mississippi Valley      5:34.8   27:43.93    3     4 Pulliam, David            SR Mississippi Valley      5:41.8   28:18.99    4     5 Williams, Willie          FR Southern                5:55.4   29:26.50    5     6 Liddell, Eugene           SO Jackson State           5:57.0   29:34.48    6     7 Rhoads, Samuel            SO Jackson State           5:58.9   29:43.99    7     8 Wilkins, Kyle             SR Alcorn State            6:06.8   30:23.14          9 Edmondson, Benjamin       JR Southern                6:11.6   30:46.90    8    10 Jones, Nicolos            FR Mississippi Valley      6:11.9   30:48.26    9    11 Hinds, Ibrahim            FR Jackson State           6:12.3   30:50.54   10    12 Lyles, Dexter             JR Arkansas-Pine Bluff     6:12.9   30:53.63   11    13 Simon, Daniel             FR Southern                6:31.4   32:25.48   12    14 McIntosh, Jamie           SO Jackson State           6:39.4   33:05.44   13    15 Atkins, Jonathan          SO Jackson State           6:40.2   33:09.18   14    16 Machooka, Daniel          JR Arkansas-Pine Bluff     6:56.2   34:28.77   15    17 Dotson, Shedrick          SO Alcorn State            7:11.7   35:45.52         18 Grigbsy, Quintarius       FR Alcorn State            7:18.4   36:19.30         19 Brown, Christopher        JR Alcorn State            7:18.9   36:21.38         20 Miller, Malcolm           SR Arkansas-Pine Bluff     7:21.4   36:34.21   16    21 Winters, Earl             FR Mississippi Valley      7:28.8   37:10.56   17    22 Villacis, Jorge           JR Arkansas-Pine Bluff     7:44.5   38:28.73   18    23 Wilker II, Henry          JR Arkansas-Pine Bluff     8:22.0   41:35.12   19    24 Burchett, Lloyd           SR Arkansas-Pine Bluff     8:34.3   42:36.56   20    25 George, Marcus            SR Southern                8:57.9   44:33.53   21    26 Nichols, Victor           SO Southern               10:00.9   49:46.88   22   Non Division I Results                                                              1 Sykes, Martinique         JR West Florida            5:20.9   26:35.00    1     2 Roach, Chris              FR West Florida            5:21.9   26:39.76    2     3 Provence, Jeremy          SR Ozarks (Ark.)           5:22.9   26:45.16    3     4 Sykes, Dominique          JR West Florida            5:24.9   26:54.99    4     5 Cooper, Tristan           SR Ozarks (Ark.)           5:25.0   26:55.59    5     6 Pagan, Eddie              JR West Florida            5:26.5   27:02.98    6     7 Ramirez, Andres           JR Hendrix                 5:28.2   27:11.15    7     8 Haden, Cody               FR West Florida            5:31.6   27:28.20    8     9 Black, Jared              SR West Florida            5:32.5   27:32.76    9    10 Haynie, Wes               JR Hendrix                 5:33.0   27:35.27   10    11 Borutta, Stephen          SO Hendrix                 5:34.7   27:43.67   11    12 Cothren, Micah            JR Hendrix                 5:36.5   27:52.65   12    13 Friant, Matthew           SO Ozarks (Ark.)           5:36.6   27:53.06   13    14 Gonzalez, Tino            JR Mississippi College     5:37.9   27:59.55   14    15 Meyers, Nick                 East Texas Baptis       5:38.7   28:03.22   15    16 Kowalski, Roman           FR West Florida            5:41.3   28:16.45   16    17 Prevost, Zak              SR Mississippi College     5:43.2   28:25.77   17    18 Kirkikis, Christopher     SR Spring Hill             5:43.9   28:29.56   18    19 Cheruiyot, Titus          SO West Florida            5:44.0   28:29.84         20 Brogdon, Shane          0; JR Mississippi College     5:47.0   28:44.66   19    21 Dyer, John                JR Hendrix                 5:48.2   28:50.57   20    22 Parva, Ben                FR Millsaps                5:51.1   29:05.23   21    23 Napier, Will              SO Millsaps                5:59.1   29:44.87   22    24 Martin, Sam               FR Millsaps                6:01.8   29:58.24   23    25 Gonzalez, William         JR Dillard                 6:02.8   30:03.50         26 davis, peter              SR Belhaven                6:04.3   30:10.94         27 Mcelyea, Andy             SO Mississippi College     6:04.8   30:13.24   24    28 Spencer, Tim                 East Texas Baptis       6:05.8   30:18.29   25    29 Richards, Stevorn         FR Southern-NO             6:07.6   30:27.24   26    30 Ueunten, Trent            JR Ozarks (Ark.)           6:08.1   30:29.68   27    31 Russell, John             FR Spring Hill             6:08.4   30:30.95   28    32 Anderson, Michael         FR Spring Hill             6:09.7   30:37.64   29    33 Read, Thomas              FR Hendrix                 6:10.9   30:43.36   30    34 Lacombe, Patrick          FR Millsaps                6:12.5   30:51.66   31    35 Paz, Fernando             SO Mississippi College     6:13.7   30:57.69   32    36 Hebeler, Travis           FR Millsaps                6:14.3   31:00.62   33    37 Silas, Thomas             SO Millsaps                6:15.6   31:06.98   34    38 Morris, Kasey                East Texas Baptis       6:17.2   31:14.95   35    39 Metcalf, Griffin          FR Mississippi College     6:18.0   31:18.80   36    40 Duck, Chris               SO Millsaps                6:18.5   31:21.07   37    41 Earhart, Caleb            FR New Orleans             6:19.2   31:24.97   38    42 Charlet, Dylan            FR New Orleans             6:19.6   31:26.92   39    43 Fleming, Ben              FR Spring Hill             6:24.9   31:53.33   40    44 Adaway, Justin               East Texas Baptis       6:25.4   31:55.51   41    45 Elder, Robert             FR Ozarks (Ark.)           6:31.0   32:23.35   42    46 Russell, Adam             FR Auburn Montgomery       6:31.6   32:26.59   43    47 Lewis, Cortez             SR Auburn Montgomery       6:33.0   32:33.36   44    48 Schwarzman, Ryan          JR Auburn Montgomery       6:35.6   32:46.26   45    49 Kinsey, Thomas            JR Spring Hill             6:37.6   32:56.15   46    50 ricks, robert             SO Belhaven                6:40.6   33:10.93         51 sinclair, andrew          JR Belhaven                6:43.0   33:23.18         52 Aiken, Joshua             JR New Orleans             6:44.6   33:30.93   47    53 Boudreaux, Fritz          SO Spring Hill             6:46.0   33:38.07   48    54 Hilgendorf, Max           SO Ozarks (Ark.)           6:47.3   33:44.48   49    55 garza, rudy               SO Dillard                 6:48.3   33:49.60         56 Powers, Seth                 East Texas Baptis       6:49.7   33:56.46   50    57 Gibson, Daniel            FR Dillard                 6:51.5   34:05.22         58 Pigman, Dalton            JR Mississippi College     6:53.2   34:13.78   51    59 Boyer, Christian          SR Spring Hill             6:53.9   34:17.28   52    60 Leggette, Joshua          JR Tougaloo                6:55.6   34:25.66   53    61 Flores, Ryan              SO Hendrix                 6:56.1   34:28.15   54    62 Youmans, Spencer          JR Auburn Montgomery       6:59.5   34:45.13   55    63 Doty, Zach                SR Ozarks (Ark.)           7:00.1   34:48.19   56    64 McClendon, Lawrence       SO Tougaloo                7:03.7   35:06.07   57    65 Boudreaux, Andrew         FR New Orleans             7:08.8   35:31.48   58    66 Jarvis, Donovan              East Texas Baptis       7:20.0   36:27.18   59    67 McFarlane, Peter          JR Southern-NO             7:31.4   37:23.81   60    68 Porter, Nicholos          JR Tougaloo                7:38.5   37:59.10   61    69 Ellzey, Donorrick         JR Tougaloo                7:38.6   37:59.70   62    70 Dover, Blake                 East Texas Baptis       7:39.7   38:05.17   63    71 Tucker, Jasmond           JR New Orleans             7:40.9   38:10.86   64    72 Mwangi, Joshua            FR Southern-NO             7:52.8   39:10.13   65    73 Brown, Nathan             SR Auburn Montgomery       7:52.9   39:10.39   66    74 Williams, Sheldon         SO Southern-NO             7:52.9   39:10.65   67    75 Ambrose, Brian            SR Tougaloo                8:04.6   40:08.52   68    76 Jackson, Steven           SR Tougaloo                8:04.9   40:10.04   69    77 McGough, Jeremiah         SO Auburn Montgomery       8:20.5   41:27.65   70    78 Amburn, Brent             SR Auburn Montgomery       8:27.7   42:03.42   71    79 Mitchell, Charles         SO Tougaloo                8:58.7   44:37.63   72    80 Scott, Jeffrey            FR Southern-NO            10:01.0   49:47.22   73    81 buggage, kermit           FR Dillard                10:01.0   49:47.57                                                                                                                             Team Scores                                    ================================================================================= Rank Team                      Total    1    2    3    4    5   *6   *7   *8   *9 ================================================================================ Division I Results                                                                   1 Mississippi Valley           19    1    2    3    4    9   17                      Total Time:  2:21:58.28                                                              Average:    28:23.66                                                        2 Jackson State                50    6    7   10   13   14                           Total Time:  2:36:23.63                                                              Average:    31:16.73                                                        3 Southern                     68    5    8   12   21   22                           Total Time:  3:06:59.29                                                              Average:    37:23.86                                                        4 Arkansas-Pine Bluff          79   11   15   16   18   19   20                      Total Time:  3:02:00.46                                                              Average:    36:24.10                                                     Non Division I Results                                                               1 West Florida                 21    1    2    4    6    8    9   16                 Total Time:  2:14:40.93                                                              Average:    26:56.19                                                        2 Hendrix                      60    7   10   11   12   20   30   54                 Total Time:  2:19:13.31                                                              Average:    27:50.67                                                        3 Ozarks (Ark.)                90    3    5   13   27   42   49   56                 Total Time:  2:24:26.84                                                              Average:    28:53.37                                                        4 Mississippi College         106   14   17   19   24   32   36   51                 Total Time:  2:26:20.91                                                              Average:    29:16.19                                                        5 Millsaps                    130   21   22   23   31   33   34   37                 Total Time:  2:30:40.62                                                              Average:    30:08.13                                                        6 Spring Hill                 161   18   28   29   40   46   48   52                 Total Time:  2:34:27.63                                                              Average:    30:53.53                                                        7 East Texas Baptis           166   15   25   35   41   50   59   63                 Total Time:  2:35:28.43                                                              Average:    31:05.69                                                        8 New Orleans                 246   38   39   47   58   64                           Total Time:  2:50:05.16                                                              Average:    34:01.04                                                        9 Auburn Montgomery           253   43   44   45   55   66   70   71                 Total Time:  2:51:41.73                                                              Average:    34:20.35                                                       10 Southern-NO                 291   26   60   65   67   73                           Total Time:  3:15:59.05                                                              Average:    39:11.81                                                       11 Tougaloo      ;             301   53   57   61   62   68   69   72                 Total Time:  3:05:39.05                                                              Average:    37:07.81                                                     Print Friendly Version Sharecenter_img Chris Roach ran a personal best in the 8k on Friday (Photo by Chris Nelson) last_img read more

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Jonathan Wallace taking practice snaps at QB

first_imgJonathan Wallace, who started the final four games of the 2012 season, is taking practice snaps as Auburn's third-team quarterback.Jonathan Wallace, who started the final four games of the 2012 season, is taking practice snaps as Auburn’s third-team quarterback.AUBURN — Jonathan Wallace appears to be back to taking snaps at both wide receiver and quarterback.Auburn coach Gus Malzahn confirmed Saturday Wallace was taking occasional practice snaps at quarterback. The comments of the Tigers third-year head coach could be interpreted as he was describing a contingency basis if an injury were to occur to projected starter Jeremy Johnson and backup Sean White.“(Wallace) is a guy that has played in game situations that does understand this offense,” Malzahn said. “This time of year sometimes you got to be thinking in the season, the what-ifs. What if this happens? What if that happens?Wallace met with the media for the first and only time on Aug. 12 and the senior made no mention of taking snaps at his former position. Wallace has spent the spring and preseason camp trying to win a contributing slot wide receiver spot on the first or second-team unit.“I’ve transitioned this past spring and now it is just a matter of going out and executing every day, showing the coaches they can trust me,” Wallace said. “It’s a trust deal. Coach Malzahn has set the tone for that. They have to count on us to execute out there, give great effort. If we can’t get that done, we can’t play. That’s the bottom line. That’s where that stands. I’m getting there.”Wallace has played sparingly in 21 games at quarterback in his three seasons in a backup role. The 6-foot-2, 214-pound athlete from Phenix City has accounted 962 yards of total offense in his previous three seasons but hasn’t attempted more than one pass in a game in either of the last two seasons. Walace started the final four games of his true freshman season, winning two of those contests but was shown to be ineffective in losses to Georgia and Alabama where the combined score was 87-0.“It’s just kind of like that security blanket,” Malzahn said. “He’s responded well. He’s a senior. He can do both without it taking away, so we’re starting to give him some snaps.”last_img read more

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Clippers end season by scoring six runs in bottom of ninth and winning 9-8

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Photo/Jason GoormanBut the Clippers did not quit.Nolan Bryant doubled, then Ryan Blake-Jones knocked in two runs to cut Muskegon’s deficit to 8-5.Cameron Bair and Connor Henderson each singled to load the bases for Ethan Hajdukovic, who represented the tying run.Hajdukovic hit a bullet toward the Loggers’ center fielder and the ball took a bad bounce, rolling far behind the defender. Three runs scored on the play to even the score at 8-8.Montague’s Jacob Buchberger closed the game and the season with a walk-off single up the middle to complete the comeback win.The Clippers ended the season with an 18-23 record, but still managed to finish with a three-game winning streak.Austin Batka makes the play from the mound for Muskegon. Photo/Jason Goorman“I am so proud of these guys,” said Clippers Manager Walt Gawkowski. “We got behind early again like we have done a million times. but there was no quit and they battled. They are great kids and I will miss them.”The Clippers will look to regroup next season after a disappointing first season in the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate Baseball League.“We learned a lot this year. but we will look forward, and I am proud of our entire organization,” Gawkowski said. “We can do really good things here and we will do it better.”The game started sloppy for the Clippers, who allowed five runs on two hits, five walks and two errors in the first inning, giving Grand River a 5-0 lead.Muskegon responded in the second inning with a solo home run from Hajdukovic to cut its deficit to 5-1.The Clippers added a run in the sixth inning on an RBI double by Buchberger.The Loggers responded with a run in the seventh frame on a home run from Logan Hudson.Muskegon made the score 6-3 in the bottom half of the seventh on an RBI single by Blake-Jones.Grand River countered with a run in both the eighth and ninth innings to take a seemingly safe 8-3 lead. 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