Most of Queen’s Wharf apartments sell out in a buying frenzy

first_imgAn artist’s impression of the Queen’s Wharf development. Artwork/photo supplied.BRISBANE’S development industry is buzzing after most of the apartments in Queensland’s largest construction project were snapped up within a matter of days, despite the project not officially launching until next month, according to industry insiders.The development’s website states Queen’s Wharf Residences are not due for launch until March 5, but sources have told Talk of the Town that at least 500 of the 667 luxury apartments have already sold — mostly to local trophy buyers wanting a piece of what’s set to become Brisbane’s most recognisable landmark.Within minutes of the residential project’s allocation launch last week, hundreds of millions of dollars-worth of apartments were reportedly sold to VIPs and private buyers. The Queen’s Wharf Residences site as viewed from Queensland Police Service headquarters in January 2020. Image: AAP/Claudia Baxter.And there are dozens of expressions of interest waiting to be signed up in case any of the sales fall over.Apartment prices range from $550,000 for a one-bedroom unit to up to about $3 million for a three-bedroom unit with a parking space.YPM Group director and head of residential sales for Queens Wharf Residences Bryce O’Connor declined to comment on prerelease sales in the project, except to say that there had been an “unprecedented level of local interest”. An aerial view of the Queen’s Wharf development under construction in Brisbane’s CBD. Image: AAP/Claudia Baxter.“There has been an enormous amount of interest from the local market and we’re thankful to the Brisbane market for showing the support they have,” Mr O’Connor said.“I think the local market has been waiting for something quite special to come along; high-quality apartments and something exciting in terms of being a destination for the Brisbane public.”The $3.6 billion Queen’s Wharf ‘integrated resort’ is earmarked for completion in late 2022, with promises it will lure an extra 1.4 million tourists to Brisbane each year. An artist’s impression of what the Queen’s Wharf development will look like. Artwork/Photo Supplied.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours agoThe core complex, taking up an entire block between William and George streets in the city, includes three hotels, a residential tower and a casino.The project is the work of Destination Brisbane Consortium, a joint venture between Star Entertainment Group, Far East Consortium and Chow Tai Fook Enterprises.When completed Queen’s Wharf will contain 50 bars and restaurants, a 100m-high Sky Deck with panoramic views of Brisbane, which will be open 24 hours, and a pedestrian bridge linking the complex to South Bank. An artist’s impression of the Queen’s Wharf development. Picture: Destination Brisbane Consortium.The reported flurry of sales could be another sign that Brisbane’s once over-supplied apartment market has turned a corner.Since bottoming out in June 2019, CoreLogic indices show the city’s unit market has recovered 2.2 per cent.last_img read more

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Chip Seal Work Will Slow 46 Traffic This Week

first_imgThose that commute on S.R. 46 W are being cautioned to watch out for road crews this week. The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) will chip seal a 20-mile stretch between Greensburg and Columbus beginning Monday.Flaggers will direct drivers at the worksite between S.R. 3 and S.R. 7.INDOT is scheduled to work near S.R. 7 and Hartsvillle on Monday and Tuesday. Road crews plan on chip sealing S.R. 46 from Hartsville to Greensburg on Wednesday and Thursday.The schedule could change based on the weather.Officials ask motorists to drive with caution and travel at slow speeds where chip seal has been freshly applied.last_img

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False Gun Sighting Causes Tense Moments at Anti-Gun Rally in WPB

first_imgThe driver later told CBS12 the object was actually a club for his steering wheel. He added that he showed the club after attendees at the rally attacked his car for when he gave the event a thumbs down.According to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, the man “made a gesture” to attendees. Someone at the rally returned to their car and chased the man, causing him to pull out the club. No one was injured, and PBSO adds that no charges will be filed.The anti-gun rally was being held on behalf of Moltere Charles Jr. and Fredrick Rosemond, two teens who were killed last January at Lake Belvedere Estates Park in West Palm Beach.An arrest in their deaths has not been made.Anyone with information about that shooting is asked to call Crime Stoppers Palm Beach at (800) 458 TIPS (8477). The mood turned tense at an anti-gun rally in West Palm Beach on Saturday afternoon, after a man seemed to pull out a gun from his vehicle.Several people were attending the rally at the corner of Congress Avenue and Gun Club Road, near Trump International Golf Club, when a black car approached. Reporters with our news partner, CBS12, saw the driver pull out what looked like a long, black object that appeared to be a gun. That sent people running.ONLY ON CBS12: Hysteria ensued at an anti-gun rally earlier this afternoon after a man appeared to pull out a gun from his car. Read what happened: https://t.co/Jm45latlx9 pic.twitter.com/rYONPTASOU— WPEC CBS12 News (@CBS12) April 20, 2019last_img read more

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Cricket News Is Virat Kohli better than Sachin Tendulkar? Here is a statistical overview

first_imgNew Delhi: Virat Kohli’s consistency in ODIs is absolutely staggering. Such is his appetite for runs that he is on course to break plenty of records in the game. In the modern era, Kohli has been compared to other great players of his generation like Kane Williamson, Joe Root and Steve Smith. However, Kohli has put them all behind thanks to his run-making ability and he now has only one target to overhaul.Read More | Virat Kohli’s ‘short run’ proves costly for India in Vizag ODI tieFollowing his exploits in the Vizag ODI, Kohli broke Sachin Tendulkar, the designated God of Cricket’s record of the fastest to 10,000 runs. Looking at the way Kohli has accumulated the runs, it is only a matter of time before Tendulkar’s all-time record is broken. After the Vizag knock, there is a big debate on who is the greatest player of all time? Kohli or Tendulkar? Here are the stats for the argument.Fewer number of inningsConsider the 10,000-run milestone. While Tendulkar took 259 innings to reach the landmark, Kohli achieved it in just 205 innings, which is 54 quicker than the Master Blaster. However, it must be pointed out that Tendulkar started his career in the middle order and only much later was he promoted to open the innings. On the other hand, Kohli has played at No.3 for most of his career.Read More |Four IB officials caught snooping outside exiled CBI chief Alok Verma’s Delhi homeWhat tips the scale in Kohli’s favour is his consistency. The volume of runs that he scores every year only increase which makes his overall record look fabulous. In the 10,000-run club, the greatness of Kohli with respect to other batsmen, Kohli averages a staggering 59 with 37 centuries in 213 games, which is a century in every five games.Golden 2018If one has a glance at his figures in 2018, Kohli took just 11 innings to go from 9000 to 10,000 runs. He averages close to 150 and has a strike-rate of over 100. Freakish numbers indeed! With five centuries and three fifties, Kohli’s appetite for centuries is gigantic. Consider this statistic: In three years, Kohli has amassed 27 international centuries.Read More | Suspicious package found at Robert De Niro restaurant in New York: NYPDWith the way Kohli is performing, Tendulkar’s mark of 49 ODI centuries, the most by a cricketer is under a huge threat. His remarkable rate of scoring could result in him overhauling several huge names in the next couple of years.Better with captaincyIn cricket, it has often been pointed out that the added burden of captaincy results in a dip in form when it comes to batting. Not with Kohli. In 54 ODIs as skipper, he has scored 3356 runs at a monstrous average of 88 with 15 centuries. Thus, Kohli has only gotten better with captaincy, which was unfortunately not the case with Tendulkar.Kohli’s remarkable consistency makes him an unstoppable force. It will only take a miracle to slow him down. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

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Graff hopes to fulfill lifelong goal of suiting up for Olympic team

first_imgTyler Graff’s insatiable work ethic is starting to turn heads at the world class level of wrestling.The two-time All-American decided to redshirt for his junior season on the Wisconsin wrestling squad to compete for a spot on Team USA in the 2012 London Olympics. After winning the Men’s Freestyle Olympic Trials Qualifier Saturday in Las Vegas, Graff is just one step away from that elusive spot.Graff was named Outstanding Wrestler for the tournament and earned TheMat.com’s Wrestler of the Week honor Monday after taking down world bronze medalist and three-time Olympian Martin Berberyan in the 132-pound championship match at the qualifier.Wisconsin head coach Barry Davis said Graff’s victory in Saturday’s final was the best he has ever seen Graff wrestle and may be a turning point in his development. Davis believes Graff’s ability to learn quickly is key to his success.“Tyler is very motivated, very focused,” Davis, a former Olympian himself, said. “He’s known for a long time he wants to be on that Olympic team and chase that gold medal. The biggest change I’ve seen in him from last year is he’s adapting. He’s picking up skills much quicker and making the changes he needs to make to go to the Olympic level.”According to Graff, Saturday’s final felt no different from any other competition he has been through and there is always room to improve, even on things he did well during the match. Still, the win helped Graff understand his potential for achieving at the highest level of competition.“It’s a big confidence booster actually knowing I was capable of those things, and then doing it and just believing it,” Graff said. “I really believe in myself. I believe I’m capable of accomplishing something really great this year, and that’s what I’m shooting for, greatness.”The final test for Graff and the six other current, former and future Badgers vying to compete in the 2012 Olympics will be April’s Olympic Team Trials tournament in Iowa City, Iowa. At the trials, only one freestyle wrestler from each of the seven weight classes will make the USA Olympic wrestling team.Assistant coach Trevor Brandvold also finished in the top three of his weight class over the weekend in the Qualifier, so he too will advance to the team trials this spring. Brandvold’s second place finish in the 211.5 pound weight class was both a relief and a source of further motivation.“It has always been a dream of mine to compete at the Olympic Trials and to hopefully represent the United States at the Olympics,” Brandvold said. “I didn’t finish exactly where I wanted to, but I’m really happy just to have the monkey off the back and have qualified for the Trials so I can really focus on improving and getting ready for those.”To continue improving, Brandvold will keep working out with the dedicated coaching staff and Graff in particular. Graff says he does two to three workouts a day during his training regimen, consisting of one purely technique session on the mat and another session of matches and sparring.Additionally, Graff includes weightlifting and conditioning workouts along with the mat sessions, making for six to eight hours worth of workouts.Brandvold complimented Graff’s incredible commitment, characterized by high intensity exercise at all times, simply because “that’s what [his] body is used to: going hard.”“Tyler has a great work ethic; ask anybody around him,” Brandvold said. “He really lives, eats [and] breathes wrestling. Just to be around that for the guys on our college team is great because they see that work ethic and see what it takes to be at the world-class level. For me, it’s pretty inspiring to be around him. No one’s out-training him, so if I train with him, I’ll be ready to go too.”After five years of learning under his former coach Davis, the two-time All-American and Big Ten Champion Brandvold now serves as a teacher in his role as an assistant coach for UW. But Brandvold is also a student once again, as he learns under Davis and the other coaches for a sixth straight year to prepare for Olympic competition.“It’s a unique opportunity I have right now,” Brandvold said. “I’m able to stay around … the awesome facilities and my old teammates from last year [to help] coach them … with their wrestling, but at the same time [I’m] able to wrestle at a world class level.”Currently unranked heading into the Big Ten opener against No. 9 Michigan Sunday, the National Wrestling Coaches Association projects Wisconsin’s wrestling team to have a subpar year.Junior Cole Schmitt, No. 9 nationally in the 149 pound weight class, said if Wisconsin struggles this year, it’s only because so many talented Badgers are taking the year off to compete in the London Olympics.“It’s great having those guys,” Schmitt said of Graff and Brandvold. “It shows what our program is about and that we are putting guys to the next level – not to have them succeed collegiately, but internationally. It has gotten to a point where people are saying we’re going to have a down year, but that’s only because we are going to have guys trying to succeed at the next level and not being content at this level. We’re constantly pushing forward to be better.”last_img read more

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Football: Zander Neuville suffers season ending injury

first_imgWisconsin Badgers tight end Zander Neuville is likely to miss the remainder of the season after suffering a serious left knee injury during practice this week.Badgers Head Coach Paul Chryst delivered the news while speaking to UW Athletics this morning.“As a team you’ve got to overcome that, but you feel terrible for [Zander],” Chryst said.Neuville was only three games into his comeback from an ACL tear in his right knee he suffered in the Badgers’ regular-season finale against Minnesota last year.Football: Badgers hope to deny Nebraska their first win of season SaturdayThe No. 16 University of Wisconsin Badgers will host the Nebraska Cornhuskers Saturday at Camp Randall as Wisconsin eases off Read…The fifth-year senior made his season debut and comeback from right knee surgery against New Mexico after a hamstring complaint kept him out of the season opener against Western Kentucky.However, suffering the injury this week has put an end to his comeback before it fully took flight, having only managed one reception this season — a three-yard catch against New Mexico.It was a senior season that promised a lot for Neuville, having been named to the preseason John Mackey Award watch list — an award presented annually to college football’s most outstanding tight end.His place on the award watch list recognized his standing as a top college tight end, having secured nine catches and two touchdowns last season before the injury put an end to his campaign.Football: Taylor’s season starts off strong, but strong enough for a Heisman?The University of Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor has been a victim of his own excellence. After submitting one of Read…As a fifth-year senior, it is likely Neuville has played his last game for the Badgers, but a look back at his time in the cardinal and white is intriguing.Neuville, who hails from Waupaca, Wisconsin, came to the team in 2014 as a walk-on before being awarded a scholarship prior to the start of the 2015 season.He began his Badger career as a defensive end and special teams player before gradually transitioning to tight end. In the 2016 season, he saw action on all sides of the ball but transitioned into more of a specialty tight end role in 2017, making 11 starts at the position.Coach Cryst says the loss of Neuville is tough, especially considering it’s his senior season, but the team will have to respond.“You hate to see someone you care about go through that,” Chryst said. “A lot of different people will have to step up.”last_img read more

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Calistus Chukwujekwu: Requiem for Nigerian Referees?

first_imgAfter his school certificate in 1980, he had the opportunity of staying back at the seminary to teach for one year. The opportunity to fulfil his ambition of becoming a referee however presented itself when somebody came to his school on a fateful day and asked if some of them that were into football could be interested in going into refereeing, and that was how Chukwujekwu and some of his colleagues started refereeing in Onitsha.The following year he went to the major seminary in Ikot Ekpene and continued refereeing because he had got the foundation and practical. After one year at the senior seminary, he was free to do some extracurricular activities and it was then that he wrote his RI2 Grade Three examination, and then later graduated to Grade 2. It was during his service year in Ondo State that he wrote his Grade 1 exam.1990 was significant in his career because that was when Nigeria’s football made a significant shift. “Many of us were looking forward to being part of the professionalism. Onitsha was particularly good in shaping my refereeing career between 1986 and 1989 because so many matches were played there and I officiated many, which really helped my practice.“One of the things that helped me as a referee was realising as young man in Onitsha that spectators like good football and good officiating. I would join the crowd during football matches and listen to comments. They would comment about my person without them knowing I was in their midst and the kind of comments passed about me really encouraged me and to a large extent it, carried me throughout my life as a referee,” he recalled.As a young referee, Chukwujekwu was always looking up to the likes of Bolaji Okubule. “Anytime I heard that Okubule was coming to Enugu then, I will leave my base in Onitsha to go to Enugu, not to watch the game, but to see how he goes about his officiating. The same thing I do each time the late Benjamin Ladipo comes to Enugu and so also when Dr. Esan visits Enugu. These were the notable referees as at that time and I learnt a lot from them. Donald Nbezue also had a lot of influence in my refereeing career. Anytime they are officiating, I will take my notes and jot and if there is an opportunity to ask questions I’ll do,” he noted.Continuing, he said, “During my days at Ikot Ekpene, I will leave my base for Calabar to watch games because Calabar Rovers were in the top division then and all the big clubs in Nigeria were always visiting and I will go there to see the mode of officiating.“As I grew up, my interest in refereeing grew. Also in those days Pierluigi Collina of Italy was the reigning referee and was about the best in the world. So, anytime I saw him refereeing, I concentrate a lot. By 1995, I had grown to become an international referee. I started interacting with some international referees like Ly kin Shawn, Egyptian El gandor. After some of my games, they would come up to me and say ‘I think you have a bright future’.Being appointed as one of the referees to the FIFA U-17 World Championship in Trinidad and Tobago in 2001 and the U-20 World Cup the same year were moments Chukwujekwu will not forget in a hurry.“The 2001 U-17 Championship was a special for me because I officiated till the moment Nigeria qualified for the quarter final after which I was asked to leave the tournament, because the standing order is that all the referees whose countries are in the quarter final must leave the competition. It was a special moment because I had to go through a lot of experience to get my papers sorted out before the competition because some of my colleagues who did not like the fact that I was going for the competition did not release information in time for me and as a result I had to go through a whole lot. But to God be the glory, I got to Trinidad and Tobago and the off shoot of that championship took me to Mali 2002,” Chukwujekwu recalled with nostalgia.By virtue of his performance in Trinidad and Tobago, he was selected by CAF for Mali 2002 Africa Cup of Nation.But, since he last officiated as a centre referee at the 2001 U-17 World Championship, no other Nigerian referee has been to any FIFA tournament, which to him is unfortunate. The closest opportunity any Nigerian referee has had was being an assistant referee.For Chukwujekwu, his most difficult match as a referee was in the local scene at the Liberty Stadium in a game involving IICC Shooting Stars of Ibadan and Stationery Stores of Lagos.“Some 12 lorries carrying Stores supporters were turned back at the toll gate in Ibadan on the allegation that they were armed with different weapons. It was a very big game as far as Nigerian football was concerned and I had the privilege be the centre referee. It was a turning point in my career because by 1994 when I was recommended for listing, the match was referred to by Okubule, who was a member of the committee for the listing,” he stated.At the international level, Raja Casablanca of Morocco against Al Ally would readily come to the mind of Chukwujekwu. “Former Super Eagles Coach, Johannes Bonfere, was the head coach of the Egyptian side, so there was the fear in Morocco that I would have my bias, because of Bonfere had once worked in Nigeria. At the end of the game, the whole of CAF was pleased with me. At a point in that game, all the balls were seized by Raja’s supporters because after a 2-0 lead, Al-Ally scored a goal and kept on the pressure and Raja fans seized all the balls and by the time I noticed it, I stopped the game and asked for the whole balls and added 15 minutes for lost time. But at the end of the game, the supporters of the two teams did not really know what to make out of me. From then on, I was selected for any big match involving North African teams.”After climbing the rope in refereeing, Chukwujekwu would not discourage any of his children to go into refereeing.  “I know the terrain and I know that the only thing that keeps you going is honesty. Refer the game as it should and there should not be any closed door premeditating. Anyone of my two kids that says he wants to go into refereeing I would encourage them, but I would rather not push them into doing anything because nobody pushed me,” he said.Asked if he is financially okay after his retirement from the game, “refereeing did not provide me financial gratification, the highest that you got was the money from FIFA tournaments. In FIFA tournaments you are paid good money but I did not have the opportunity of going to many of them because I had my issues with my country, which were not very palatable. While people from outside the country saw me as a good material my own people were busy running me down.“Refereeing is art that is based on skills and performance. You don’t just wish that I want to be there and you get there. You have to work very hard to get to the top.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram One of the things that propelled Calistus Chukwujekwu’s football interest was his secondary school. “In those days, the national academicals was very popular and if you have the opportunity to play very well for your school, the chances of being invited to the academicals were very high. And in the old Anamabra State, there were very popular schools like Christ the Kings College, Metropolitan College, Holy Ghost College and the rest and these schools took sports very serious.“I went to a Catholic Seminary school – Ohalu Seminary, Onitsha, where I was not availed the luxury of sports, but we were defeating schools that were noted for their football prowess and some of us felt we could indeed do well in the round leather game. However, we had restrictions because it was a special school and we could not therefore fulfil our football ambition,” Chukwujekwu said. Gone are the days when Nigeria boasted of renowned referees like Titus Mba and Bolaji Okubule, amongst others. Not anymore as the country’s referees no longer attract interest at international tournaments. Calistus Chukwujekwu, a retired international referee, gives insight to Kunle Adewale  on the developmentlast_img read more

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Yaya Toure hospitalised in Abu Dhabi

first_imgReigning African Footballer of the Year Yaya Toure is currently receiving treatment for cough and fever at a clinic in Abu Dhabi where Ivory Coast are fine tuning for the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations.The Ivorian delegation arrived in the United Arab Emirates capital on Saturday from Paris, where the group joined officials from Abidjan before their final trip.Toure was exempted from their inaugural training session on Sunday, while the team’s medical staff said all hands were on deck to restore the player’s health but refused to say when he would probably be fit to return to training.The Elephants opened workshop on Sunday afternoon at the Mohammed Bin Zayed Stadium under the direction of coach Sabri Lamouchi, who said he was confident of his outfit’s experience and improvisation but that the players’ physical form was worrisome.Team captain Didier Drogba was excused from the session after he suffered a light headache, which Lamouchi said played down on when the group returned to their Rocco Forte Hotel at the end of the session.Ivory Coast will play a friendly match against Egypt on January 14 before flying to South Africa two days later for the showpiece set for kick off on January 19.last_img read more

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Vincent Odotei: We will not adjudicate Kenichi’s case in the media

first_imgChairman of Hearts of Oak strategy committee Vincent Odotei Sowah is tight lipped about the current developments in the club which has seen head coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi take to social media to disclose the details of his contract.The facebook post by Kenichi has generated much interest across the length and breadth of the country.However, Odotei has refused to be drawn into the conversation stating clearly that the situation is well under control with the interest of Hearts their paramount priority.“The strategy management and the board are in control of everything that is happening,” he told Asempa Sports“We are going to take a decision that will protect the image of the club to ensure that the brand we are building to make the club successful is continued.”“We are going to take decisions that will make sure that players and coaches interest are taken care of but the most important is that the Hearts of Oak’s interest comes first.” Officials of the club have all refused to comment on the situation and for Odotei, it is the for the sole purpose of not adjudicating the case in the media.“Our silence is because we don’t manage the club in the media. We are not going to adjudicate the case in the media.”  “We are managing this to ensure that the club’s dignity is maintained. The club’s position on this issue will be known very soon,” he added.Hearts play WAFA in a midweek game hoping to bounce back after three games without a win.  – Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

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Three Athletes and One Former Coach to be Inducted into Tumwater…

first_imgFacebook1Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Tumwater Athletic BoostersThe Tumwater High School Athletic Booster Club is preparing to induct four new members into their Hall of Fame at an induction ceremony to take place on Saturday, May 10, 2014 in the main gym at the school.  The fifth annual induction ceremony will be preceded by silent and live auctions as well as a banquet to raise funds for the school’s athletic programs.  Doors open at 5:30 p.m. for viewing auction items, dinner and live auction begin at 7:00 p.m. immediately followed by the Hall of Fame inductions.The recently selected inductees include Jim Madison (Class of 1965), Deborah Matuizek, head volleyball and fastpitch coach (1974-2003), Scott Gurnsey (Class of 1990), and Kevin Clark (Class of 1992).Jim Madison was one of the first students to attend Tumwater High School when it was newly opened in 1961.  By the time he was a senior he had lettered eleven times in basketball, football, and track and field.  He held the state record in the discus until it was broken in 1992 by fellow inductee, Kevin Clark!  After high school he went on to play football at the University of Washington before serving his country in Vietnam.Coach Matuizek came to Tumwater to teach graphic arts in 1978 and never left the school!  She coached volleyball until 2003 and fastpitch from 1989-1996, and has influenced hundreds of girls who played for her during her tenure.  She took her volleyball and fastpitch teams to multiple state tournaments, and won a state championship in fastpitch in 1993 capping off an undefeated season.Scott Gurnsey was “all around one of the best athletes to ever play football at Tumwater High School” states long-time T-Bird head coach Sid Otton.  Gurnsey was named to all-league status all three years that he played varsity, was named league MVP twice, was an all-state selection, and an honorable mention USA Today All American his senior year.  He went onto play football at the University of Montana and still lives in Missoula where he is a member of the Grizzly Football broadcast team.Kevin Clark won five state titles in track & field and was a member of two state championship football teams during his career at Tumwater.  He still holds two school records in throwing events at the school and was arguably the best halfback to ever have played for the T-Birds.  After high school, Kevin played football at USC.  Just last year Kevin overcame his battle with cancer and continues to be a coach in the Thurston County Youth Football League for the T-Bird franchise.The event is open to the public and tickets can be purchased in advance for $25 each or at the door for $30.  Admission includes a catered dinner by Pellegrino’s, the live and silent auctions, and the Hall of Fame induction ceremony.  To find out more visit the booster club’s website at www.soarauction.com, call the school at (360) 709-7601, or stop by the main office to reserve your spot.last_img read more

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