LIVERPOOL, England (AP):Emre Can completed Liverpool’s comeback against Burnley yesterday, clinching a 2-1 victory to consolidate fourth place in the English Premier League.Liverpool are a point behind Tottenham and Manchester City, and 11 adrift of leader Chelsea, having played a game more than the top three.Ashley Barnes had opened the scoring in the seventh minute with Burnley’s first goal at Anfield since 1975, sliding in at the far post to meet a pass from right back Matthew Lowton.Liverpool were looking short of ideas in the absence of injured forward Roberto Firmino, but Georginio Wijnaldum equalised with the last kick of the first half after meeting Divock Origi’s cross.LOW EFFORTCan secured the victory in the 61st minute with his first goal in three months – a sumptuous low effort from distance.There was still half an hour to see out and Ragnar Klavan had to intervene to block a shot from Barnes’ shot. Lowton also hooked over from close range in stoppage time, but Liverpool held on to move five points clear of fifth-placed Arsenal, although the London club has two matches in hand.
So Mayor Lantz is encouraging residents to rally together and submit their stories.[asset|aid=2023|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=0627683806c9110e109f27e28fc01e08-Lantz 2_2_Pub.mp3]At the moment, Dawson Creek and Salmon Arm have the most votes in our population category. To vote or submit a story, visit www.gamestown2010.caAdvertisement There are only 4 days left to vote for Fort St. John in the Gamestown 2010 competition. Three communities in British Columbia will be awarded Gold, Silver, or Bronze medals with each one worth anywhere from $100,000 to $25,000. If Fort St. John is picked, the money would go towards upgrades at recreational facilities in the community.Mayor Lantz is encouraging the entire community to get out and vote Fort St. John and to also submit stories about the spirit of our community. Once the votes are counted, if Fort St. John is in the top ten in our population category, a panel of judges will pick the winners based on the stories submitted.- Advertisement -All residents have to do now is log onto the website and vote or either explain how the community is making a difference in supporting healthy living, sports, environmental sustainability, and the Olympic spirit.[asset|aid=2022|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=0627683806c9110e109f27e28fc01e08-Lantz 1_5_Pub.mp3]To date, there are only a handful of stories dedicated to Fort St. John.Advertisement
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AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.“Katie played with a lot of poise and maturity. Her presence was big for us,” Jones said. The victory kept Torrance third in the Pioneer League, behind North Torrance (17-3, 6-0) and South Torrance (20-8, 5-1). Torrance will have an opportunity to gain ground when it visits South Tuesday and attempts to avenge a 3-1 loss from its match in September. “We’ll know more about ourselves after we play South,” Jones said. “This is a tough league and we’ve got our work cut out for us.” Also in the Pioneer League … North Torrance 3, Centennial 0: Amanda Smith had seven kills, Loralyn Thompson had five kills and three aces and Wendy Barrios had 20 assists for host North (17-3, 6-0) in a 25-5, 25-2, 25-7 victory. South Torrance 3, Lawndale 0: Megan Exum had 10 kills, 2 blocks and 2 aces to lead host South (20-8, 5-1) to a 25-14, 25-11, 25-13 victory. Janelle Miller had seven kills and three blocks and Chelsey Altough added six kills, five digs and 16 assists for South. Peninsula defeated Western, 11-7, and Loara, 14-2, in pool play in the Canyon Tournament at Canyon High. David Skophammer scored five goals for Peninsula (14-6, 3-2) in the win over Western. Peninsula will continue Canyon Tournament play today in the winners pool. In nonleague matches … Torrance 16, Whitney 7 : Nathan Bee and Phillip Collins both had three goals to lead host Torrance. Kevin Holper had eight saves for Torrance (9-14, 0-6). Miya Gin swept her three singles sets to lead Chadwick to a 14-4 Prep league victory over host Pasadena Poly. Swati Yamamadala also swept her three singles sets for Chadwick (8-4, 6-0). Kerry O’Brien had 19 kills to lead El Camino College (18-1, 7-0) to a 30-20, 30-16, 30-15 South Coast Conference win over visiting Cerritos. Boys water polo Girls tennis JC women’s volleyball JC men’s soccer Rhys Orp had two goals for El Camino in a 3-2 South Coast Conference loss at Compton. Elmer Rodriguez had seven saves for El Camino (6-6-5, 1-3-2). Also in the SCC … Long Beach City 1, Harbor College 1: Miguel Veliz scored in the 81st minute to break a scoreless tie for Harbor (6-5-7, 1-3-4), but host Long Beach City (1-3-4 in SCC) answered with a penalty kick in the 90th minute.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! From staff reports Chelsea Tupuola had 14 kills, 12 digs, four blocks and two aces to lead Torrance’s girls volleyball team to a 29-27, 19-25, 25-22, 25-20 Pioneer League victory over El Segundo Friday at Torrance. “Chelsea played well for us tonight,” Torrance coach Nathan Jones said. “This was an important one for us and she stepped up.” Katie Judd had 13 kills, nine digs and two aces, and Arianna Holguin had 42 assists against El Segundo (2-4 in league).