How Clark County college football players fared, Sept. 7

first_img Zion Fa’aopega, Union, Fr.*, DL — Had one tackle.Michael Taras, Heritage, Fr*., WR — Played in a backup role.Brock Harrison, Ridgefield, Fr., DL — Did not play.Dawson Ingram, Camas, Fr., TE — Did not play. Nick Charles, Columbia River, Fr., K/P — Did not play.HawaiiLast game: Beat Oregon State 31-28 to improve to 2-0 overall.Next game: at Washington, Sept. 14, 4:30 p.m.Michael Boyle, Camas, Fr.*, PK – Did not play.Lincoln Victor, Union, Fr., WR – Did not play. Subscribe Today GO Kai Gamble, Union, So.*, LB — Had no tackles but two hits on the quarterback.Max Randle, Battle Ground, So.*, DB — Started at outside linebacker. Had 13 tackles, including nine solo, 1.5 tackles for loss and one sack.Canon Racanelli, Hockinson, Fr.*, QB — Completed 13 of 31 passes for 146 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions in his first collegiate start. He had touchdown passes of 24 and 12 yard. He also had four carries for one yard.Angel Terry, Hudson’s Bay, Fr.*, DL — Started at nose tackle. Had two tackles, including one solo. (360) 735-4548 Next  game: Harvard, Sept. 21, 1 p.m.Bryan Kelly, Camas, Sr.*, DB — Started at strong safety. Made four tackles, including two solo, and broke up one pass.Shane Jamison, Camas, Fr., LB — Did not play.Shasta CollegeLast game: Beat Chabot 26-3 to improve to 1-0 overall.Next game: at West Hills Coalinga, Sept. 14, 1 p.m.Marvin Barber, Union, Fr., RB — Did not play. Des Phillips, Stevenson, Fr, CB –Preston Lowery, Stevenson, Fr, LB –Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyLast game: Lost to Carnegie Mellon 24-7 to fall to 0-1 overall.Next game: at Becker College, Sept. 14, 4 p.m.Keithen Shepard, Union, Jr., WR — Had three catches for 92 yards, including a 72-yard touchdown. Also returned one kickoff for 16 yards and two punts for 14 yards. Zac Shomler, Skyview, Jr., QB —Portland StateNext game: Beat Simon Fraser 70-7 to improve to 1-1 overall.Next game: at Boise State, Sept. 14, 7:15 p.m.Brady Brick, Battle Ground, So.*, OL — Played in a backup role for an offense that gained 646 total yards.Jacob Bystry, Columbia River, Sr., WR — Played in a backup role. Made one tackle. Tyler Flanagan, Woodland, Fr., RB — Did not play.Riley O’Rourke, Skyview, Fr., OL — Did not play.Makai Anderson, Mountain View, Fr., DB — Did not play.Tyler Dejong, Skyview, Fr., LB — Did not play. Micah Rice Columbian Sports Editor @col_mrice Eastern OregonLast game: Beat Southern Oregon 24-21 to improve to 1-1 overall and 1-1 in the NAIA Frontier Conference.Next game: Montana Tech, Sept. 12, 1 p.m.Cole Schultz, Ridgefield, Fr., DL — Did not play.Eastern WashingtonLast game: Beat Lindenwood 59-31 to improve to 1-1 overall.Next game: at Jacksonville State, Sept. 14, 1 p.m.Kedrick Johnson, Hockinson, Jr.*, DB — Had one tackle. Share: Next game: Ferris State, Sept. 14, 4:05 p.m.Drake Owen, Camas, So. WR — Started at wide receiver. Had one catch for 32 yards.Rey Green, Union, Jr. RB — Did not play.Will Ortner, Hockinson, Jr.*, OL — Started at left tackle for an offense that gained 359 total yards.Isaiah Carbajal, Mountain View, So.*, DL — Started at defensive end. Had two tackles, both solo. WashingtonLast game: Lost to California 20-19 to fall to 1-1 overall and 0-1 in the Pac-12 Conference.Next game: Hawaii, Sept. 14, 4:30 p.m.Noah Hellyer, Skyview, Fr.*, DB — Did not play.Washington StateLast game: Beat Northern Colorado 59-17 to improve to 2-0 overall.Next game: at Houston, Sept. 13, 6:15 p.m.Beau Braden, Columbia River, Fr.*, DL — Did not play. K.J. Santos, Seton Catholic, Sr., FB — Did not play.Matt Henry, Hockinson, So., LB — Did not play.Kyle Brabec, Hockinson, So., LB Did not play.Noho Lidstone, Columbia River, Jr., LB — Did not play. MontanaLast game: Beat North Alabama 61-17 to improve to 2-0 overall.Next game: at Oregon, Sept. 14, 7:45 p.m.Kobey Eaton, Evergreen, Sr.*, DB — Played in a backup role.Michael Matthews, Camas, So.*, LB — Had one tackle.Skyler Martin, Skyview, So.*, OL — Played in a backup role for an offense that gained 530 yards. Tarek Jabakhanji, Union, Fr., DE — Did not play.Simon FraserNext game: Lost to Portland State 70-7 to fall to 0-1 overall.Next game: at Angelo State, Sept. 14, 4 p.m.Robert Meadors, Heritage, So., WR — Started at wide receiver. Had one catch for 3 yards.Southern OregonLast  game: Lost to Eastern Oregon 24-21 to fall to 0-2 overall and 0-1 in the NAIA Frontier Conference. Cole Grossman, Skyview, Fr.*, TE — Did not play.Dumitru Salagor, Union, Fr., OL — Did not play.Montana TechLast game: Lost to College of Idaho, 28-14 to fall to 0-1 overall and in the NAIA Frontier Conference.Next game: at Eastern Oregon, Sept. 14, 1 p.m.Zeek Fromel, Mountain View, So., OL/DL — Did not play. Racanelli wasn’t the only player from Clark County to make an impact for Central Washington on Saturday. Starting linebacker Max Randle (Battle Ground HS) had 13 tackles, including nine solo tackles and one sack. Nose tackle Angel Terry (Hudson’s Bay HS) and defensive end Isaiah Carbajal (Mountain View HS) also started for the Wildcats defense.On offense, Drake Owen (Camas HS) started at wide receiver. He had one catch for 32 yards.As always, email updates to Sports Editor Micah Rice at [email protected] I’m especially looking for tips on local players at California junior colleges, as those rosters can be tough to find early in the season.Here’s how Clark County players fared on the college gridiron this weekend: The Columbian is becoming a rare example of a news organization with local, family ownership. Subscribe today to support local journalism and help us to build a stronger community. [email protected] Next game: Texas A&M Commerce, Sept. 14, 1 p.m.Nathan Hockhalter, Columbia River, So.*, DL — Did not play.Justice Murphy, Evergreen, Sr., WR — Did not play.Aksel Fredrickson, Battle Ground, So., DL — Played in a backup role.Wyatt Harsh, Woodland, So., QB — Did not play.Did I miss anyone? If so, email [email protected] How Clark County college football players fared, Sept. 7 Jack Hiller, La Center, Fr.*, OL — Did not play.NebraskaLast game: Lost to Colorado 34-31 in overtime to fall to 1-1 overall.Next game: Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 5 p.m.Darien Chase, Union, Fr., WR — Did not play.Notre DameLast game: Bye weekNext game: New Mexico, Sept. 14, 12:30 p.m.Nolan Henry, Union, Sr.*, QB — James Durr, Union, Fr., LS — Did not play.George FoxLast game: Lost to Redlands 35-19 to fall to 0-1 overall.Next game: at Alfred, Sept. 14, 10 a.m.Abe Smith, Union, Jr., S — Started at safety. Made two tackles, including one solo.Josiah Tully, King’s Way Christian, Sr., WR — Did not play. * — has used redshirt yearAir ForceLast game: Bye week.Next game: at Colorado, Sept. 14, 10 a.m.Christopher Mitchell, Mountain View, Sr., OL —Carroll CollegeLast game: Lost to Montana Western 31-24 to fall to 0-1 overall and in the NAIA Frontier Conference.Next game: Rocky Mountain, Sept. 14, 12 p.m.William Noce-Sheldon, Seton Catholic, Sr.*, WR — Did not play.Central WashingtonLast game: Lost to Idaho 41-31 to fall to 0-1 overall. By Micah Rice, Columbian Sports Editor Published: September 8, 2019, 6:50pm Idaho StateNext game: Beat Western Colorado 38-13 to improve to 1-0 overall.Next game: at Utah, Sept. 14, 1:15 p.m.Caleb Eldred, Camas, So.*, OL – Did not play.LinfieldNext  game: at Rowan (N.J.), Sept. 14, 2 p.m.Will Warne, Mountain View, Jr.*, K – Tyler Bergeron, Battle Ground, Fr, LB/DB –Nolan Mickenham, Prairie, Fr, WR –Dawson Lieurance, Columbia River, Fr, QB –Isaac Hoidal, Stevenson, Fr, WR – Rocky Mountain CollegeLast game: Beat Montana State-Northern 53-34 to improve to 2-0 overall and 1-0 in the NAIA Frontier Conference.Next game: at Carroll College, Sept. 14, 12 p.m.Joey Roberts, Mountain View, So. OL — Did not play.Matt Asplund, Columbia River, Fr. QB — Did not play.San DiegoLast  game: Lost to UC Davis 38-35 to fall to 0-2 overall. Next  game: at College of Idaho, Sept. 14, 12 p.m.Jordan Suell, Fort Vancouver, Sr., WR — Started at wide receiver. Had three catches for 42 yards, including a touchdown reception of 33 yards.Parker Randle, Battle Ground, Jr.*, WR — Started at wide receiver. Had six catches for 30 yards.Nate Kuratli, Union, So.*, LB/DB — Started at outside linebacker. Had a team-high 13 tackles, including 10 solo, one half of a sack and one pass broken up.David McDonald, Union, Fr., DB — Did not play. Tags Share: Southwest Minnesota StateLast game: Lost to Minnesota State 38-23 to fall to 0-1 overall and in the Division-II Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference.Next game: at Wayne State, Sept. 14, 4 p.m.Aidan Mallory, Hockinson, Fr., WR — Did not play.Utah StateLast game: Beat Stony Brook 62-7 to improve to 1-1 overall.Next game: at San Diego State, Sept. 21, 7:30 p.m.Kanen Eaton, Columbia River, Fr., WR — Did not play. Dakota Napierkowski, Camas, So.*, OL — Did not play.Caleb Lightbourn, Camas, Sr., P — Due to NCAA rules, he will sit out the year after transferring from Nebraska.Pacific UniversityLast game: Lost to Chapman 45-14 to fall to 0-1 overall.Next game: at Dubuque, Sept. 14, 5 p.m.Myles Artis, Hudson’s Bay, So., DE — Did not play. Jake Clark, Prairie, Fr., RB — Did not play.Pacific Lutheran UniversityNext game: California Lutheran, Sept. 14, 1 p.m.Logan Black, Ridgefield, Sr., OL —Tristan Thomas, Woodland, Jr., LB —Liam Nabors, King’s Way Christian, Jr., QB — By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. College Sports ChapmanLast game: Beat Pacific 45-14 to improve to 1-0 overall.Next  game: Whitworth, Sept. 21, 7 p.m.David Aarhus, Camas, Jr. LB — Started at linebacker. Had three tackles, all solo.College of IdahoLast game: Beat Montana Tech 28-14 to improve to 2-0 overall and 2-0 in the NAIA Frontier Conference.Next  game: Southern Oregon, Sept. 14, NoonIsaiah Abdul, Camas, So., DB — Started at cornerback. Had a team-high 12 tackles, including five solo. Heading into the season, a big question surrounding the Central Washington football team was who would start at quarterback.The answer came Saturday. Redshirt freshman Canon Racanelli, who led Hockinson to the 2A state title in 2017, got the call to replace the graduated Reilly Hennessey (Camas HS).For debuts, it wasn’t a bad one. Racanelli threw for two touchdowns and no interceptions as Division-II Central Washington fell just short of upsetting FCS Idaho, 41-31. Racanelli completed 13 of 31 passes for 146 yards.“Canon (Racanelli) did a heck of a job tonight,” Coach Chris Fisk told “You can’t pick a harder scenario than your first start being against a Big Sky school. He was poised and he’ll learn from this in order to get better.” Jojo Siofele, Union, Fr., RB — Did not play.Cade Koons, Washougal, Fr., RB — Had five carries for 32 yards, the longest being 10 yards.University of RedlandsLast game: Beat George Fox 35-19 to improve to 1-0.Next game: Puget Sound, Sept. 14, 7 p.m.Blake Roy, Camas, Sr. TE — Started at tight end. Had two catches for 21 yards, including an 8-yard touchdown. Northern ArizonaLast game: Lost to Arizona 65-41 to fall to 1-1 overall.Next game: Western New Mexico, Sept. 14, 3 p.m.Alishawuan Taylor, Union, Fr., TE — Did not play.Oregon StateLast game: Lost to Hawaii 31-28 to fall to 0-2 overall.Next game: Cal Poly, Sept. 14, 1:15 p.m.Jack Colletto, Camas, Jr., QB/LB — Had one carry for three yards. On defense, he made one tackle and broke up one pass. Dylan Ingram, Camas, So.*, TE — Played in a backup role.Gunner Talkington, Battle Ground, So.*, QB — Played in a backup role. He attempted one pass, which was intercepted.Aiden Nellor, Union, Fr.*, TE — Played in a backup role.Rudolph Mataia Jr., Evergreen, Jr.*, DL — Had two tackles, including one half of a sack. Receive latest stories and local news in your email: Mitchell Delmage, Mountain View, Fr.*, LB — Did not play.Austin Martin, Battle Ground, Fr.*, OL — Did not play.Andrew Boyle, Camas, Fr., K/P — Did not play.Western OregonLast game: Lost to Angelo State 45-20 to fall to 0-1 overall.last_img read more

Break taboo around menstruation act to end disempowering discrimination say UN experts

Worked with the Indonesian Council of Islamic Scholars in Indonesia, producing guidance on menstrual health and hygiene management based on religious teachings, including a comic book and video to share knowledge, and discourage teasing of girls. Distributed almost 100,000 water, sanitation and hygiene kits in Nigeria, including reusable menstrual hygiene pads. In some countries, said the experts, menstruating women continue to be viewed as “contaminated and impure”, often restricted and forbidden to engage in activities like touching water or cooking, attending religious and cultural ceremonies or other community activities.Menstruating women and girls can even be banished to outside sheds according to custom, where they suffer in cold and isolation, often at risk of life-threatening illness and attack.“The patriarchal control exerted to constraint women’s behavior and mobility during menstruation undermines their agency and equality” the experts underscored. “When combined with the stigma and shame that women and girls are made to feel during that time, it is truly disempowering.”Many live without any privacy to wash, or access to safe, clean toilets or even separate sanitation facilities at work, or in the classroom, or when they’re visiting other public institutions.Additionally, sanitary hygiene products are often inaccessible or too costly, particularly for those living in poverty and crisis situations As States’ policies rarely address these issues. Vulnerable women can be forced to use improvised, unhygienic materials that may cause leaking and infection, putting their health at serious risk.“Stigma around menstruation has significant health impacts on women’s and girls’ health”, the experts highlighted, pointing out that some providers are prone to dismiss serious issues related to menstruation, citing that it can take several years to diagnose endometriosis and dysmenorrhea – painful disorders that can also affect fertility.Due to stigma and a lack of sexual education, menstruation knowledge remains limited leaving many girls with negative and ambivalent feelings and experiencing psycho-social stress, which also impacts their ability to learn, said the experts.“The stigma and shame generated by stereotypes around menstruation have severe impacts on all aspects of women’s and girls’ human rightsThe stigma and shame generated by stereotypes around menstruation have severe impacts on all aspects of women’s and girls’ human rights – UN expertsIn addition, some countries link the first menstruation cycle to being ready to marry, increasing the risks of adolescent pregnancy, limiting girls’ education and work opportunities.And the situation spirals further in educational institutions and workplaces as a lack of accommodation for menstruating women and girls’ health, such as allowing rest periods, “has an impact on school and job attendance, and thus affects women’s economic participation and advancement, undermining gender equality”, added the experts.Further progress needed“More needs to be done globally to address the menstrual health needs of women and girls and transform the systems, norms and attitudes to support women’s and girls’ menstrual health and well-being” the experts argued, stating that “a global shift in cultures” is needed to respect menstruation, acknowledge it as a human rights issue and “eliminate discrimination, shame and stigma too often attached to it”.,Here’s how the UN is working to reduce discrimination and stigma surrounding menstruation Partnered in Kenya with the Government, civil society and private sector to expand access to a wider range of absorbent materials and ensuring stronger product regulation for health and safety. The UN Population Fund (UNFPA) supports sexual and reproductive health services around the world, including by distributing “dignity kits” in communities affected by humanitarian emergencies, that contain menstrual hygiene products and support comprehensive sex education programmes. UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF)-supported programmes have: Taught more than 10,000 boys and girls in Bolivia about menstrual health and hygiene. Worked with the Ministry of Education in Zambia to integrate water, sanitation and menstrual hygiene management into its strategic policies and plans, including girls’ health at school. Used community outlets and radio stations in Niger to promote, discuss and debate menstrual health, including sketches and songs in French and Hausa. Though outlawed since 2005, girls continue to be banished to sheds in rural Nepal, called “chhaupadi”.  The UN Trust Fund, in partnership with Restless Development Nepal, is combatting this harmful practice by educating young people and dispelling the myths about menstruation. “Persistent harmful socio-cultural norms, stigma, misconceptions and taboos around menstruation, continue to lead to exclusion and discrimination of women and girls”, said the independent human rights experts, ahead of International Women’s Day on 8 March.Despite recent campaigns by women to challenge menstruation taboos and increasing attention to the issue of menstruation in the media, research, policy-making, and cultural discussion, they underscored the need for “more efforts to address challenges faced by women and girls”. read more