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Utah Valley University’s men’s golf team officially began their season at the Gene Miranda Falcon Invitational last Friday, at the Eisenhower Blue Course in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The Wolverines finished 13th overall with a score of 880 at the invitational, which was 46 st...
Utah Valley University’s men’s golf team officially began their season at the Gene Miranda Falcon Invitational last Friday, at the Eisenhower Blue Course in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The Wolverines finished 13th overall with a score of 880 at the invitational, which was 46 strokes behind winner Colorado State.
Wolverine star junior Brady McKinlay finished 19th overall and 1-under-par overall at the invitational. Senior Caden Weber took 31st overall with a 2-over-par for the weekend while sophomore Ryan Seamons placed 39th while shooting 5-over-par overall.
This season, the Wolverines return all five golfers who competed in the Western Athletic Confrence Men’s Golf Championship in May.
The returning golfers bring a strong set of skills to the team this season, due to McKinlay and Glenn earning second team All-WAC honors at the conclusion of last season. McKinlay also won the Alberta Men’s Amateur Championship at The Ranch Golf and Country Club in Acheson, Alberta, Canada with a three-round score of 11-under-par 202 over the summer.
Along with the championship win, McKinlay and Iguchi were both named Srixon/Celevland Golf All-American Scholars for the second time.
The Wolverines will continue their season at the Colorado State Ram Masters at Fort Collins Country Club in Fort Collins, Colorado from Sep. 19-20. Following the Masters, the Wolverines travel to the Mark Simpson Colorado Invitational at the Boulder Country Club in Erie, Colorado from Oct. 3-4.
UVU concludes the first half of the season at the Grier Jones WSU Shocker Invitational at the Crestview Country Club – North in Wichita, Kansas from Oct. 10-11.
The second half of the season picks back up at the Southern Utah University Pat Hicks Invitational at Sunbrook Golf Club in St. George, Utah from Feb. 11-13. The Wolverines then travel to the Loyola Invitational at the Palm Valley Golf Club in Goodyear, Arizona from Feb. 26-28.
Following the trip to Arizona, the Wolverines travel to the Bash at the Beach invitational at the Surf Golf & Beach Club in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina from March 13-14. The Wolverines then return back to Arizona following the Beach invitational and compete in the Wyoming Cowboy Classic at Whirlwind Golf Club in Chandler, Arizona from April 3-4.
The Wolverines will wrap up the regular season at the Universtiy of California Santa Barbara Intercollegiate at Sandpiper Golf Club in Santa Barbara, California from April 10-11 before concluding the season at the Ping Cougar Classic at Riverside Country Club in Provo, Utah from April 21-22.
Following the regular season, the Wolverines will compete in the Western Athletic Championship at the Boulder Creek Golf Club in Boulder City, Nevada from April 28-30.
For more on the men’s golf team, you can find more at gouvu.com.
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We've worked back in time, covering 11 tournaments that are all significant parts of our story: the 2018 FIFA World Cup, 2015 AFC Asian Cup, 2014 FIFA World Cup, 2010 FIFA World Cup, 2006 FIFA World Cup, 1997 Confederations Cup, 1992 Olympics, 1988 Gold Cup, 1974 FIFA World Cup, 1967 Friendly Nations Tournament and the 1956 Olympics. Our ninth piece looks at the Socceroos' first World Cup campaign at the 1974 FIFA World Cup in West Germany.Read on to re-live the tournament in detail, and keep an eye on the ...
We've worked back in time, covering 11 tournaments that are all significant parts of our story: the 2018 FIFA World Cup, 2015 AFC Asian Cup, 2014 FIFA World Cup, 2010 FIFA World Cup, 2006 FIFA World Cup, 1997 Confederations Cup, 1992 Olympics, 1988 Gold Cup, 1974 FIFA World Cup, 1967 Friendly Nations Tournament and the 1956 Olympics.
Our ninth piece looks at the Socceroos' first World Cup campaign at the 1974 FIFA World Cup in West Germany.
Read on to re-live the tournament in detail, and keep an eye on the Socceroos' social media channels for more special content, and a chance to share your memories of these matches.
In this era, 16 nations qualified for the World Cup finals (changing to 24 in 1982 and 32 in 1998).
The Socceroos' path to the 1974 FIFA World Cup in West Germany began with a 1-1 draw against New Zealand in Auckland courtesy of a strike from Brian Turner. Wins against Iraq and Indonesia followed before the side drew 3-3 against New Zealand and 0-0 with Iraq.
The final match of the first phase of qualification saw the Socceroos smash Indonesia to clinch top spot in the group and advance to the Zone B Final against Iran in two home-and-away legs.
After triumphing 3-0 on home soil in the first leg, the squad travelled to Tehran, where they were greeted with a baptism of fire including 119,000 spectators.
The return leg was not as smooth sailing, with the home side racing out to a 2-0 lead. However, to the dismay of the home support, the Australians desperately clung onto their slim advantage to prevail on aggregate.
The final obstacle in Australia’s path was a strong South Korean outfit, who the Socceroos had faced on many occasions in recent history. All of those fixtures were toughly fought battles, including Australia’s 3-2 victory in the 1967 Quoc Khanh Cup that earned the nation’s first-ever international trophy.
With the stakes higher than ever, this exchange proved no different. A 0-0 stalemate at home was followed by a 2-2 draw in Seoul, where Branko Buljevic and Ray Baartz scored to restore what had been a two-goal deficit at half-time.
With no away goals rule in play, a third deciding fixture was hastily set up on neutral ground in Hong Kong. It was here that Jimmy Mackay immortalised himself in Australian football history when he blasted a 70th-minute thunderbolt that guided Australia to victory and a place in its first-ever FIFA World Cup Finals.
Watch legendary coach Rale Rasic and squad members Adrian Alston, Jim Rooney and Doug Utjesenovic, Jim Fraser and Ray Baartz talk through the historic 1974 FIFA World Cup qualification campaign below.
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The Socceroos coach for the 1974 World Cup was Rale Rasic.
Rasic immigrated to Australia in 1962, but returned to Yugoslavia after 18 months to serve in the army. Once his obligations were met, Rasic returned to Australia and played football in the Victorian league with Footscray JUST.
After an injury cut his playing career short, Rasic moved into coaching and where guided Footscray into the play-offs and then to the Victorian title in 1969.
A brief stint with Melbourne Hungaria followed before he was appointed Socceroos coach at the age of 34. Rasic also coached NSW side St George, alongside taking on the national team role at the same time.
Rasic went on to mastermind Australia’s qualification and participation at the 1974 FIFA World Cup before leaving the role after the tournament.
Having been the first coach to take Australia to the finals of the World Cup, Rasic holds a unique position in Australian football. In 2004, Rasic was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) for his service to soccer as a player, coach and administrator.
Australia's squad for the 1974 FIFA World Cup was heavily influenced by migrants. Of the 22 Australian players who made up the 1974 World Cup squad, all but eight had come through Australia’s post-war immigration programme.
Englishman Peter Wilson was the captain, Hungarian-born Atti Abonyi and English striker Adrian Alston provided the attacking weapons while German Manfred Schaefer returned to his homeland to provide the steel in Australia’s defence. Harry Williams also became the first Indigenous Australian to play at a World Cup.
Most of the players held down blue-collar jobs in areas such as sales, and were required to take extended leave for the tournament.
Socceroos (Club at time of 1974 squad announcement)
Goalkeepers: Allan Maher (Sutherland Shire SFC), Jim Milisavljevi? (Footscray JUST), Jack Reilly (Hakoah Eastern Suburbs).
Defenders: Colin Curran (Western Suburbs), Ivo Rudic (Pan-Hellenic SC), Manfred Schaefer (St George-Budapest SC), Doug Utjesenovi? (St George-Budapest SC), John Watkiss (Hakoah Eastern Suburbs), Harry Williams (St George-Budapest SC), Peter Wilson (Safeway United SC).
Midfielders: Dave Harding (Pan-Hellenic SC), Jimmy Mackay (Hakoah Eastern Suburbs), Raymond Richards (Club Marconi Fairfield), Jimmy Rooney (APIA Leichhardt), Max Tolson (Safeway United SC).
Attackers: Attila Abonyi (St George-Budapest SC), Adrian Alston (Safeway United SC), Branko Buljevic (Footscray JUST), Ernie Campbell (Club Marconi Fairfield), Gary Manuel (Pan-Hellenic SC), Peter Ollerton (APIA Leichhardt), Johnny Warren (St George-Budapest SC).
The 1974 edition of the FIFA World Cup was played in West Germany (and West Berlin) between 13 June and 7 July.
The Socceroos played their first two group games at the Volksparkstadion in Hamburg while their final match was at the Olympic Stadium in West Berlin.
The Socceroos drew hosts West Germany, nearby East Germany, and South American team Chile in a difficult Group 1.
So to the World Cup itself.
Despite losing 2-1 to Israel in their final friendly before the 1974 FIFA World Cup, Australia came into the game on the back of imposing form thanks to a rampaging qualification run, which saw them lose only once from 11 games (W5, D5).
The first match was against East Germany in Hamburg and Col Curran claimed an unwanted piece of history, becoming the first Australian to score in the World Cup finals - albeit for the other side. Australia lost that match 2-0 and backed up four days later against West Germany, losing 3-0 with the likes of Franz Beckenbauer, Gerd Mueller and Ui Hoeness gracing the pitch.
The Socceroos saved their best result for last, against Chile in Berlin. In dreadful conditions, it was the day Australia claimed its first World Cup point courtesy of a 0-0 draw - a record that would stand for over 32 years.
ST. GEORGE — Jordan Werner and Cutler Labrum are going from Utah to South Carolina to catch some bass.And chase some of their dreams along the way.The duo will represent Red Rock Bass at the 2022 Abu Garcia Bassmaster High School National Championship at Lake Hartwell in Anderson, South Carolina Aug. 11-13.“I’m pumped. It’s gonna be awesome,” Labrum said. “I’m nervous and excited all at the same time. I definitely think we can win if we put our heads in it and ju...
ST. GEORGE — Jordan Werner and Cutler Labrum are going from Utah to South Carolina to catch some bass.
And chase some of their dreams along the way.
The duo will represent Red Rock Bass at the 2022 Abu Garcia Bassmaster High School National Championship at Lake Hartwell in Anderson, South Carolina Aug. 11-13.
“I’m pumped. It’s gonna be awesome,” Labrum said. “I’m nervous and excited all at the same time. I definitely think we can win if we put our heads in it and just grind out there.”
The occasion marks the first time since 2014 that Utah will send fishermen to compete in the high school national championship.
“It’s awesome to represent the place you’ve lived your whole life in a place you’ve never been to,” Werner said. “I’m looking forward to winning. Me and Cutler are about just as good as everybody else.”
The duo earned the qualification points necessary to go to South Carolina over the course of 10 bass fishing tournaments staged at Sand Hollow, Gunlock Reservoir and Quail Reservoir. They finished in the overall top two in every tournament.
“They really handled a lot of adversity,” Red Rocks Bass coach and boat captain Clif Gallagher said. “They did a really good job of learning how to fish together.”
Gallagher started the club four years ago when he encountered two kids fishing in a pond on a golf course and it inspired him.
“Fishing is universal,” he said. “Anyone at all can take a fishing pole to a river or a lake, throw in a line and make friends. Everyone fishes- men, women, children, handicapped, all ages, all kinds of people. It’s the universal language.”
Red Rock Bass is about more than just fishing.
“It’s good for the community, I really believe that,” Gallagher said. “It gives these kids something to do, gets them outside and off their phones. They learn about teamwork and it’s open to all levels and abilities.”
As captain of the boat (named “The Linda K” after his mother), Gallagher is tasked with driving the pair around Lake Hartwell as they seek the best holes. He can also offer advice on fishing techniques and patterns.
Up to 275 clubs and schools are expected to compete in the national championship. Gallagher said that most high schools in the South have their own sanctioned fishing teams like any other sport, but in other regions around the country, high-schoolers compete on club fishing teams.
“There will be colleges there; scholarships are available,” Gallagher said. “And there’s prizes to compete for as well.”
Werner attends Hurricane High School. A friend told his dad about Red Rock Bass and they went to check it out.
“And I got hooked, first meeting of the year,” Werner said. “I fished the first tournament and it has just gone from there.”
He added that he fishes tournaments with his dad as well and he hopes to fish professionally someday.
Labrum goes to Crimson Cliffs High School and had an early start in the water like his partner.
“I’ve grown up fishing with my dad. We’ve just always been around it,” Labrum said. “Mostly trout fishing when I was growing up but the past four or five years I’ve gotten into largemouth and bass fishing in general.”
He went on to say that he wants to turn pro someday as well, but he also has hopes that he can go to college and fish too.
In the meantime, the anglers will prepare to represent Utah at the national championship. Anyone interested in helping Labrum and Werner get to South Carolina can look up their GoFundMe project.
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COLUMBIA, S.C. – BID Group, a leader in the wood processing industry, today announced plans to expand operations in Dorchester County. The company’s $10.6 million investment will create 25 new jobs.With locations throughout the United States and Canada, BID Group has more than 30 years of experience in the forestry sector, delivering a complete range of equipment, services and turnkey installations for the industry.Located at 176...
COLUMBIA, S.C. – BID Group, a leader in the wood processing industry, today announced plans to expand operations in Dorchester County. The company’s $10.6 million investment will create 25 new jobs.
With locations throughout the United States and Canada, BID Group has more than 30 years of experience in the forestry sector, delivering a complete range of equipment, services and turnkey installations for the industry.
Located at 176 Academy Road in St. George since 2013, the company is acquiring a new computerized numerical control (CNC) horizontal milling machine and increasing the size of its current warehouse. The new CNC machine will increase the company’s manufacturing capacity.
The expansion is expected to be complete in the third quarter of 2023. Individuals interested in joining the BID Group team should visit the company’s careers page.
“We would like to thank Dorchester County and the South Carolina Department of Commerce for their contributions to and support of these investments. We are humbled and honored by their continued trust in BID. We are excited to be increasing our presence in South Carolina to support the growing needs of our highly valued customers. The multiple projects within this investment will allow the company to increase capacity, advance efficiency and improve lead time.” -BID Group Chief Financial Officer Adam Infanti
“Today’s expansion announcement by BID Group in Dorchester County further proves that South Carolina has the workforce and business environment that companies need in order to succeed. We celebrate BID Group’s decision to invest $10.6 million and create 25 new jobs.” -Gov. Henry McMaster
“The BID Group’s continued investment in South Carolina adds to the success of our ever-growing manufacturing and agribusiness sectors. We congratulate the BID Group on their success and look forward to watching them thrive for many years to come.” -Secretary of Commerce Harry M. Lightsey III
“Dorchester County congratulates BID Group on their expansion and thanks them for their ongoing confidence and investment in Dorchester County. BID Group has been a great ally to both the county and the town of St. George since they arrived in 2013, and we wish them continued success for the future.” -Dorchester County Council Chairman Bill Hearn