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For a cumulative GPA over 3.5 with more than two years of college under her belt, Alexa Gonzalez earned the Scholar-Athlete designation the NAIA announced today.
Last week Jolene made this light sponge cake lined with lady fingers, filled with layers of Bavarian cream, and topped with peaches and sweet whipped cream. Order your next sweet here.
Amelia Maguin wasn’t SOU’s only champion at nationals this past weekend. Dylan Alexander won the 5,000 meter run despite being the #3 seed. Today’s photo shows him receiving third place from Commissioner Rob Cashell in the 1,500 at the Cascade Conference Championship in Ashland despite being the #6 seed. He won the 5,000 at the conference level as well.
Fun fact: 28 years ago, not to the day–but to the month (May 1987), I saw Tesla and Y&T open for Iron Maiden at Spartan Stadium in San Jose, California. OK, that’s not so interesting in and of itself, BUT last night BloodMoon Warning opened the show for Y&T by covering Tesla’s “Cumin’ Atcha Live”. Boom! What are the odds? Full circle. Time travel is (sort of) possible.
More photos coming later today and in the coming days, but here is a sneak preview of last night’s show in Grants Pass.
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Amelia Maguin set a new PR in winning the 400 meter hurdles today in the 2015 NAIA Outdoor National Championships in Alabama. Her time of 58.96 seconds was almost two seconds faster than the runner up.
Today’s photo is from the archives, a bit over three years ago to be more specific. I haven’t recently looked at this direction sign closely, but I’m guessing the arrow pointing to Cascade Dining is gone as it hasn’t existed for almost two years. Soon the McNeal Pavilion will be coming down as well.