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first_imgCamarillo (19-10) led by as many as five points in the third quarter but faded down the stretch. “We just broke down on defense and gave up too many easy baskets,” said Danny Rasp, who scored 22 points. “We just couldn’t convert at the end, but we played them even until the end, when we had to foul.” Centennial (28-4) outscored Camarillo by 14 points in the second half. Gordon Galloway added 20points for Camarillo. “We just didn’t box out, and we had too many clumsy turnovers,” Galloway said. “Centennial had a good team, though.” Camarillo used its height advantage early on, forging an early eight-point lead on the strength of its inside game, led by Rasp and Galloway. Rasp scored 14 points in the first half, as Camarillo led 38-34. Galloway scored eight points in the first four minutes but was forced to sit for most of the second quarter after picking up his second foul. “They started doubling down in the second half, and there weren’t as many open opportunities,” Rasp said. “We kind of had to take what we could get.” Centennial rallied to take a four-point lead midway through the second period, but Camarillo finished the half with a 10-2 run, sparked by Rasp’s twoinside baskets and Issac Alonzo’s 3-pointer from the right corner. “It was good year. We played well, and we played hard,” Rasp said. Centennial’s Isaac Waters scored 18, and A.J. Chamberlain added 17. Camarillo hasn’t reached a final since 1972, when the Scorpions won the Southern Section 3A championship. Centennial last reached a section final in 1989, the same year the school was founded. This has been the most successful season since. gerry.gittelson@dailynews.com (661) 257-5218 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img CORONA – The Camarillo High boys’ basketball team came through with its best season in 35 years, advancing the Southern Section Div. II-A semifinals. But a chance to make the final – and to secure an automatic state-tournament berth – ended Tuesday with a 76-64 loss to Centennial of Corona at Corona High. last_img read more

first_imgBishkek: Twenty people were hospitalised in Kyrgyzstan following a skirmish between employees of a Chinese-owned mine and villagers living close to the gold deposit, officials said on Tuesday. Nineteen employees of the Chinese company that operates the Solton Sary gold mine in the central province of Naryn and one villager had been hospitalised after a conflict on Monday, a health ministry spokeswoman said. Around 300 villagers had gathered at the mine Monday to demand that the Chinese company cease work there, the interior ministry said. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince ‘snubbed’ Pak PM, recalled jet from US”Both sides threw stones at each other” during the clashes that followed, the ministry said in a statement. Zhong Ji Mining won a license for the Solton Sary gold field in 2012, shortly after a popular uprising that saw an uptick in conflicts between mining companies and local communities in the ex-Soviet country. Pastoral farmers regularly accuse mining companies of causing ecological damage, accusations the companies deny. Some of the biggest clashes in recent years have occurred in the eastern Issyk Kul province where a mine owned by Toronto-listed company Centerra Gold accounted for 8.5 percent of GDP in 2018. Kyrgyzstan, a mountainous majority-Muslim republic of six million people in Central Asia, is the second poorest of the 15 countries which achieved independence after the Soviet collapse.last_img read more

first_imgAPTN NewsA dead seagull lies in the water with the Long Spruce generating station in the background. APTN News travelled to Treaty 5 Territory in Northern Manitoba to report on the impacts of hydro development on First Nations.  Power Failure: The impacts of hydro on Northern Manitoba. Photo: Justin Brake/APTN Students dig away for artifacts on the Farabout Peninsula on the traditional territory of the Migisi Sahaigan. That’s where a white arrowhead the size of a thumb was uncovered. It could be enough to save the peninsula from clear cutting. Eagle Lake First Nation wants area where artifacts found to be off limits to loggers. Photo: Willow Fiddler/APTN.Summer Bear, 14, is all smiles after travelling from Meadow Lake, Sask., to attend the AboutFace camp at Camp Arnes in Manitoba. According to the organization’s mission statement, the camp is to “promote and enhance positive mental and emotional well-being of individuals with facial differences and their families.” Camp Trailblazers empowers Indigenous and non-Indigenous kids. Photo: Brittany Hobson/APTN Steve Ducharme from O-Pipon-Na-Piwin Cree Nation in Treaty 5 navigates his boat showing APTN reporters Justin Brake and Ashley Brandson the effects the diversion of the Churchill River had on his community. In 1976, the Churchill River water flow was diverted by Hydro into into the Nelson River at Missi Falls which forced the communities to relocate. Photo: Ashley Brandson/APTN Students, leaders and Elders from the Kashechewan First Nation send a message to parliamentarians on their first day back in Ottawa. The community on the shores of James Bay don’t have an adequate school because of constant flooding. Kashechewan students travel to Ottawa with message for politicians Photo: Todd Lamirande/APTN.You can reach us here: news@aptn.ca A fishing boat sits on the shores of Playgreen Lake in Treaty 5 territory. The lake used to provide the Cree people here with a good livelihood but construction of hydro dams along the Churchill and Nelson rivers changed everything. Photo: Justin Brake/APTNcenter_img This black bear cub has been given the name Maskwa (Cree for bear) and was found near death by the side of the road in Grand Cache, Alberta.  She has now recovered and the province wants to release her next month. But the Cochrane Ecological Institute says at eight months, Maskwa is still too young. You posted similar thoughts on our website.  Debate swirls around whether to release young bear back into Alberta’s wild Photo: Cochrane Ecological InstituteFriends of Brittany Martel stand at a vigil on the site where her body was found just outside of Merritt, BC. The RCMP say the case is not suspicious and are waiting for results from the B.C. Coroners Service. Photo: Kathleen Martens/APTN. The Jenpeg generating station changed the lives of hundreds of people when construction started in the 1970s in Treaty 5. Photo: Ashley Brandson/APTN Through hard work Irene Crowchild got sober – and then she got a big golf swing. Crowchild, from the TsuuT’ina Nation in Alberta is the first Indigenous woman to win the Canadian Long Drive Competition and will represent Canada in Mexico this fall. Meet Irene Crowchild who fought for sobriety, and a great golf swing Photo: Tamara Pimentel/APTN.last_img read more