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The aim of Tuesday’s move is to alleviate the shortage of workers in essential services, such as agriculture, healthcare and food processing. “Temporary foreign workers are an integral part of the Canadian workforce and Canada’s COVID-19 response,” Employment Minister Carla Qualtrough said in the release.Nearly 190,000 work permits were issued in 2019, according to the government.Topics : The Canadian government will fast-track work permit applications for foreign workers already in the country as the coronavirus pandemic disrupts global supply chains.The new policy allows migrant workers who lost their jobs in Canada due to COVID-19 to apply for a permit with a different employer and quickly receive authorization to begin a new job. The move, which is temporary, should reduce wait times from at least 10 weeks to less than 10 days, the government said in a news release Tuesday.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government has relied on immigration, foreign workers and international students as a driver of long-term growth. But with borders closed amid the public-health emergency, it’s having to reassess its intake targets and open-door policies.
Sunday’s tally in Victoria included an Australia Rules football player, the first in the league to test positive, whose team and coaching staff have been told to isolate.The surge in Victoria has alarmed other states, which have had only a few, if any, new cases for several weeks. Western Australia, which shut its borders in April, said it would weigh Victoria’s situation in determining when to reopen its borders.Australian health officials, however, still see no need to require use of face masks, as they would have limited value in a country where absolute numbers of community transmission remain “very low”, deputy chief medical officer Nick Coatsworth said.Avoiding hugging and kissing was “arguably far more important than, say, wearing masks”, he said. Victorian state health minister Jenny Mikakos said 210 of the state’s cases are believed tied to community transmission, partly blaming families who have had parties, lunches and dinners attended by people with mild symptoms since restrictions were eased on June 1.”We obviously have been concerned by the increasing numbers that we have seen in recent days. It is still a very serious situation,” Mikakos said at a televised media conference in Melbourne.State police said they planned to step up enforcement efforts, especially in suburbs where there have been breakouts and patrolling ski resorts and camper-van parks during the upcoming school holidays.Individuals caught breaching restrictions face fines of up to A$1,652 ($1,129) for individuals and A$9,913 for businesses.”This is not the time to be complacent,” Victoria’s police minister, Lisa Neville, told reporters.The Australian Industry Group, which represents a wide range of employers, said Victoria’s tightening of restrictions again, including extending working from home through to the end of July, would make it harder for businesses to reopen later.”The economic impact unfortunately will be hard and harsh,” Ai Group chief executive Innes Willox said.Topics : Australia’s second most populous state Victoria on Sunday extended its state of emergency for four more weeks to July 19, as it battles a spike in coronavirus infections with a pick-up in community transmission.The move came a day after the state announced it would reimpose restrictions capping visitors to households to five people and outdoor gatherings to 10, starting Monday. The limits had been relaxed on June 1 to allow up to 20 people in households and public gatherings.Victoria reported 19 new infections on Sunday, the fifth day of double digit-rises. The state has now had 1,836 total confirmed cases, or a quarter of the cases in Australia, since the COVID-19 pandemic erupted.
4832 The Parkway, Sanctuary Cove sold for more than $5 million.A LUNCH date with friends proved to be expensive for an interstate couple after they dropped more than $5 million on a Gold Coast house.It was by chance that the mystery buyers came across the Sanctuary Cove property on The Parkway but the opportunity to buy was too good to pass up. 4832 The Parkway, Sanctuary Cove. 4832 The Parkway, Sanctuary Cove. Live like a Gold Coast Titan 4832 The Parkway, Sanctuary Cove. Secret sale smashes suburb record Ray White Prestige agent Matt Gates, who marketed the property with colleague Trish Edwards, said the buyers drove past a sign advertising the house after lunch and then called to arrange an inspection.“They were actually just having lunch with some friends who already lived in Sanctuary Cove, looked at the house and fell in love with it,” he said.Mr Gates would not reveal the buyers’ identities or the price they paid for the house, but said it sold for between $5 million and $5.5 million. He said the spontaneous sale marked the second highest price ever paid for a property fronting a golf course in Australia.The record stands at $6.5 million for the house at 2230 Arnold Palmer Drive, which Mr Gates sold earlier this year.“The prices are just going gangbusters for golf course properties,” he said.He said The Parkway property had generated a lot of interest from local, interstate and international house hunters since it hit the market in July. 4832 The Parkway, Sanctuary Cove.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa15 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago 4832 The Parkway, Sanctuary Cove.“I think we had 10-15 inspections on the home in the first 30 days, which is a lot given the price of the property,” he said.“We also had some Russian buyers ~looking at it.”Its position overlooking the lakes and fairways of The Palms Golf Course was one of its most appealing features.“It’s a very pretty aspect and one that you don’t have to maintain,” Mr Gates said.It is the latest of several multimillion-dollar sales in the past few weeks.A Reedy Creek property sold for $2.5 million last weekend while the Palm Beach home of former V8 Supercar driver Paul Weel sold for $5.5 million last week. A jaw-dropping mansion on the Isle of Capri, which was home to ex-world champion rower Cy Pearson, also sold recently in a $5 million secret sale.Mr Gates said the “flurry of activity” was a sign of a good spring selling season. 4832 The Parkway, Sanctuary Cove.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:58Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:58 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD576p576p360p360p216p216pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenWhy location is everything in real estate01:59
ILOILO City – A suspected drug pusherwas nabbed in a buy-bust operation in Barangay Oñate-Deleon, Madurriaodistrict. Detained inside the lockup cell of theMandurriao police station, the suspect faces charges for violation of RepublicAct 9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002./PN Police identified him as 31-year-old residentColly Saloma, tagged as a “high-value” drug target. Prior to his apprehension, Saloma sold asachet of suspected shabu to an undercover cop for P1,000, a police reportshowed. Five more sachets of suspected illegaldrug were seized during Saloma’s arrest around 9 p.m. on Feb. 7, the reportadded.
Juan Mata has dedicated Manchester United’s victory at Southampton to injured team-mate Luke Shaw. Press Association “I’m very happy for a victory that takes the team to the second position, allowing us to finish the week in a much better way than we started it,” he added. “After the first game in the Champions League group stage. We knew how important it was to win at St Mary’s after some of our main rivals had dropped points on Saturday, and we were able to make it. “Pelle scored again for Southampton and they kept trying, but David was there to make amazing saves, like many other times in the last few years, and so we won.” Defeat will have been hard to stomach for the hosts, who were the better side in the opening 30 minutes, with Pelle hitting the post moments after giving Ronald Koeman’s side the lead. Martial’s first goal was controversial as Mata appeared to be offside in the build-up while his second came after he latched onto a woefully under-hit back-pass by Maya Yoshida and the France international has now scored three in three since his deadline day move from Monaco saw him take the record of the most expensive teenager in world football away from Shaw. Southampton’s own last-minute signing Virgil van Dijk suffered his first defeat since joining from Celtic but the Dutchman insists the squad will take plenty from the match. “Losing is always a terrible feeling,” he said. “I think from defeats you learn the most and that’s what we’re going to do as well. We’re going to talk about it, we’re going to discuss it, what we need to do better, and we’re going to bounce back – that’s what’s going to happen. “I’m a winner and I want to win every game. Unfortunately it didn’t happen. As I said, I’m going to bounce back and learn from this and take all the notes I need to take for the next games. “The upcoming games are very important as well. It starts on Wednesday (against MK Dons), so we’re going to bounce back.” Louis van Gaal’s side won 3-2 at St Mary’s courtesy of a brace from Anthony Martial and a goal from Mata to finish a 45-pass move. Southampton had led through Graziano Pelle, who also scored a bullet header as consolation, but United hung on to take three points and move up to second in the Premier League table. The game was played against the back-drop of a serious injury to Shaw – who moved to Old Trafford from Southampton last summer. The 20-year-old suffered a double-leg break in the Champions League defeat to PSV Eindhoven on Tuesday night and it remains to be seen how long the England international will be sidelined for. Mata, who posted an emotional message shortly after the 2-1 loss in Holland, also wanted to devote the win over Saints to Shaw. “In short, it was an important and very special win,” Mata wrote on his official blog. “Everybody knows that last Tuesday was a bad day for us. Because of the defeat but, especially, because of Luke Shaw’s terribly serious injury. “He was very unlucky and suffered a double fracture of his right leg; all of us felt his pain. That’s why we wanted to dedicate a victory to him as soon as possible, to make him feel happy, at least momentarily, and it came this very Sunday. “I’m sure he will be back stronger, and he will work hard to be with us soon. He was having a great start this season, helping us a lot. All our support to you, my friend, you know we are here with you.” The Spaniard, whose compatriot David De Gea made a number of fantastic saves to help United to the win, was pleased to follow up the disappointment in Eindhoven with a successful return to domestic competition – with the Red Devils closing to within two points of leaders Manchester City in the table.
… Half Mile Bulls bounce backBEHIND the shooting of Stephan Gillis, Pacesetters chalked their second win in this year’s Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation (GABF) National Club Championships, with an entertaining 74-68 victory over Plaisance Guardians, when the tournament continued on Wednesday at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall with a double-header.Pacesetters’ Stephan Gillis scores one of his four three-pointers on the night against Guardians.Half Mile Bulls rebounded from their 94-55 opening night’s loss to Bounty Colts, and emerged 81-53 winners over Rose Hall Jammers, thanks to a ‘double-double’ (31 points, 10 rebounds) performance by Michael Turner.Coming into the game, Rose Hall Jammers had the perfect start in the tournament when they came out 64-60 winners over Ravens and were hoping to carry over their sensational play in the showdown with the Linden side (Bulls).However, the Bulls came to Georgetown ready to play and were led by Turner’s ‘two-way’ game and the shooting of Terron Welch.Welch, who ended the game with 20 points, scorched the Jammers in the first half, leading the Bulls to a 23-14 first period score, and 46-22 at the end of the first half.Combining for 51 on the night, Turner and Welch rallied the Bulls to a great third quarter, where they out-scored the Jammers 23-14, to head into the final stanza leading 69-36.Michael King, who was the Berbice team’s best performer on the night, fought hard for his 12 points and the Bulls in the fourth quarter had already taken their feet off the pedal as they cruised to a well-deserved win.Meanwhile, the night’s second game was entertaining from the first toss of the ball, despite Pacesetters being in control throughout the night.With Gillis and emerging star Nathan Saul causing trouble in the back court for the Junior Hercules-coached Guardians, Pacesetters raced to a 20-8 lead in the first quarter but the Plaisance team rebounded well in the second (period) to enter the second half still trailing 26-36.Power forward Trenton Woolford (15) and point guard Colwin Nurse (13), along with the lanky Akeem Crandon (13) tried valiantly to keep the Guardians in the game upon the resumption of the second half, but Gillis and Saul had already found a groove.Pacesetters led 54-40 at the start of the final quarter and though the Guardians had a 24-point quarter, as compared to the winning side’s 22, it was not enough to see them pick up their first win, having lost 59-82 to Victory Valley Royals on night one.The tournament will continue tonight, with a Linden invasion, when Bounty Colts take on Amelia’s Ward Jets from 19:00hrs and Victory Valley Royals oppose Retrieve Raiders in the second game.
Everyone nearby wanted Gary Vitti’s attention.Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak needed to talk with Vitti. So did Kobe Bryant after running on a weight-bearing treadmill at 75 percent of his body weight as he rehabs his surgically repaired left Achilles tendon. Vitti then returned to his office and thumbed through his appointment book. Other players soon asked Vitti to tape them.“I’m only going to get interrupted once,” Vitti insisted before his colleagues proved otherwise.Vitti called this routine “par for the course” as he enters the Lakers’ training camp beginning Sept. 28 in what will become his 30th year with the organization. He described the 2012-13 season differently, though. Vitti ranked it “the toughest year for me,” one that pales only to when Magic Johnson abruptly retired and announced in 1991 he had tested positive for HIV. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Steve Nash experienced what Vitti called a “fluke fracture” in his left leg two games into the season and was sidelined for seven weeks as he experienced unexpected nerve damage. He then missed eight more games, including two postseason appearances, because of back and hamstring injuries. Steve Blake stepped on a parking lot strip before the season, providing a weird omen to a 37-game absence because of abdominal and groin issues. An injured hamstring also kept him out of the last two playoff games.Pau Gasol missed 33 games for ailments including plantar fascia in his right foot, a concussion and knee tendinosis, contributing to a career-low 13.7 points on 46.6 percent shooting. Dwight Howard’s limitations on his surgically repaired back and torn labrum in his right shoulder made his lone season with the Lakers painful and frustrating. Jordan Hill missed 53 games after having hip surgery. Metta World Peace’s most productive year in four seasons with the Lakers soured after tearing a meniscus in his left knee. He sat out six games and appeared limited in the postseason.Most notably, Bryant tore his left Achilles tendon in mid-April, shattering any optimism on the Lakers’ playoff fortunes. Coach Mike D’Antoni sparked criticism for playing Bryant an average of 45.6 minutes per game in the previous seven contests.“This guy hasn’t had a lot of time off over the last few years,” Vitti said of Bryant, who had competed in two Olympics and in three NBA Finals appearances in recent seasons. “To attribute it to a certain number of games where he played more minutes is being short-sighted.”Instead, the Lakers’ big picture outlook involves staying conservative with Bryant’s recovery.“Don’t rush it,” Vitti advised.He estimated Bryant remains a “few weeks away” before advancing to full-weight bearing running and then basketball-related activities. Vitti also said “there’s no projected date” on whether Bryant will play in the Lakers’ season opener Oct. 29 against the Clippers or in any of the team’s eight exhibition games through Oct. 25.“I thought he was going to be worse with pushing, pushing, pushing,” Vitti said of Bryant. “But he’s been very, very smart about the entire process.”Almost.Bryant jumped off a 40-foot high dive, something he soon posted on Vine, a social media video player.“I wasn’t real happy with it,” Vitti said. “I initially thought it was like when he jumped over the car.”Vitti referred to Bryant’s Nike commercial filmed five years ago that featured special effects making him appear to leap over a speeding Aston Martin. After realizing Bryant’s diving-board stunt was real, Vitti jokingly referred to Bryant as Greg Louganis, the U.S. Olympic gold medalist who suffered a concussion in the 1988 Seoul Olympics after hitting his head on the springboard.“He didn’t think that was funny,” Vitti said of Bryant. “At least he was smart enough to plant his toes.”Bryant also seemed smart enough with other things. He had surgery on his Achilles tendon the day after his injury. Lakers physical therapist Judy Seto and strength & conditioning coach Tim DiFrancesco traveled with Bryant this summer and fit in rehab during trips to China, Italy and Brazil. Bryant also has focused on improving what Vitti calls the “kinetic chain” which involves strengthening his Achilles tendon, legs, knees, back and core to maintain equilibrium. Vitti also suggested Bryant should sleep more without sharing specifics.“He’s well aware of it and it’s a difficult thing to control,” Vitti said of Bryant, who’s considered a night owl. “It may be time to go to sleep and you want to go to sleep, but it doesn’t mean you can go to sleep.”The Lakers hope this approach will help Bryant closely replicate last season’s output, when he averaged 27.3 points on 46.3 percent shooting, six assists and 5.6 rebounds.“He’ll come back from this and he’ll be as athletic as he was last year, but not as athletic as he used to be,” Vitti said. “He may bring some other new stuff that you haven’t seen yet.”Vitti sounded more tempered with his expectations for Nash, whom he described as “feeling great” after spending this offseason rehabbing his hamstring.“He might be a guy that would be better off reducing his minutes,” Vitti said of Nash, who played an average of 32.5 minutes per game last season. “Because he wasn’t himself last year, let’s see what he’s like in camp. We’re not going to beat the guy up.”Vitti wouldn’t reveal the ideal playing time for Nash, but floated the idea about D’Antoni resting him for certain games. Spurs coach Gregg Popovich has adopted a similar strategy with aging stars Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili. Vitti added he won’t outline any similar scenarios for Bryant until he returns.“These guys do everything right and that’s why they can still play at the level they’re playing. But Mother Nature is going to play a role,” Vitti said of Bryant, 35, and Nash, 39. “If they played in Europe once or twice a week, they’d be unbelievable. But the NBA is a different animal. As you get older, the recovery time becomes a bigger issue.”Vitti offered mostly positive health assessments on the rest of the Lakers’ roster.Gasol advanced to basketball-related drills in Spain and is expected to report to training camp fully healthy after undergoing a procedure in May that entailed having a probe inserted into both of his knees to eliminate scar tissue. Vitti reported complete rehabs for Hill (hip), Blake (hamstring) and Jodie Meeks, who missed the last two playoff games because of a partially torn ligament in his left ankle. The only question mark involves second-round draft pick Ryan Kelly, whom Vitti said remains “a few weeks away” from running at full body weight on a treadmill while rehabbing a surgically repaired right foot.Vitti’s three tenets for maximizing health include sleep, ice water immersion and nutrition. The Lakers have instructed their players to eat grass-fed meats and vegetables while avoiding sugar, carbohydrates and processed food.Vitti also suggested a few things for the Lakers’ 13-hour flight to and from China next month for a pair of exhibition games. Drink water instead of caffeinated or alcoholic beverages to avoid dehydration. Walk occasionally on the plane to prevent leg stiffness. Don’t nap upon arrival since it would delay adjusting to the 15-hour time difference.Still, with the Lakers far from championship favorites, Vitti believes any success this season goes beyond health.“If we get on the court and are fragmented as a team, it doesn’t make a difference that you worked that hard,” Vitti said. “You have to have a head coach and have guys buy into what he’s doing. We have to come together as a team, believe in each other and trust each other.”Vitti sounded encouraged the Lakers will have that attitude after seeing nearly everyone in recent weeks in the trainer’s room and informal workouts. The lone exception among the team’s 16 players involves Gasol, who trains in his native Spain each offseason.Save for a three-week vacation in August with his wife, Martha, to his house in Settefratti, Italy and a trip to Prague in the Czech Republic, Vitti’s schedule this offseason stayed busy. Players kept the trainer’s room full each day from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. With the Lakers’ hope to field a healthier roster this season, Vitti encounters constant interruptions.That still beats the Lakers’ feeling last season when every trip to the trainer’s room became as enjoyable as most visits to the DMV.“It was a very difficult situation,” Vitti said. “We were all over the place. This year will be much different.” The crowded training room last season marked one of the many reasons the championship-caliber Lakers unraveled with a first-round sweep to the San Antonio Spurs. With the Lakers’ roster missing a combined 184 contests, Vitti seemingly encountered a real-life Operation board game.“I was afraid to go to work,” said Vitti, who has trained a franchise that has won him eight championship rings in 12 NBA Finals appearances. “You were always waiting for the other shoe to fall off. You don’t want to feel that way. You want to think positive.”Despite Vitti writing such messages on the Lakers’ whiteboard, securing that mindset seemed easier said than done. Vitti believed such injuries proved more devastating than when Johnson and Byron Scott pulled their hamstrings during the Lakers’ four-game series loss to the Detroit Pistons in the 1989 NBA Finals.“If I was a player, I would’ve thought, ‘Coach, don’t put me into the game,’ ” Vitti said. “If we could get through a game without someone getting hurt, that was a victory.”Rarely did that happen in a season Vitti chalked up to “a lot of bad luck.”
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Radio Iowa High School Football Poll 10/21/19Class 4A1. WDM Valley (8-0), LW #1 vs DSM North2. Dowling Catholic (7-1), LW #2 @ Sioux City North3. Cedar Falls (8-0), LW #3 vs CR Prairie4. Cedar Rapids Kennedy (7-1), LW #4 vs Burlington (Thurs)5. Ankeny Centennial (7-1), LW #5 @ Sioux City West (Thurs)6. Southeast Polk (6-2), LW #6 @ DSM Roosevelt7. Bettendorf (6-2), LW #7 vs Davenport Central8. Ankeny (5-3), LW #8 vs Sioux City East9. Waukee (5-3), LW #9 @ Johnston10.Linn-Mar (Marion) (6-2), LW (X) vs Pleasant ValleyClass 3A1. Western Dubuque (8-0), LW #1 vs Maquoketa2. Solon (8-0), LW #2 @ Fairfield3. Cedar Rapids Xavier (7-1), LW #3 vs Marion4. Dallas Center-Grimes (7-1), LW #4 vs Carroll5. North Scott (7-1), LW #5 @ Davenport Assumption (Thurs)6. Lewis Central (7-1), LW #6 @ ADM (Adel)7. Sergeant Bluff-Luton (7-1), LW #7 vs Storm Lake8. Independence (8-0), LW #8 vs Decorah9. Norwalk (7-1), LW #9 @ Gilbert10.Pella (6-2), LW (X) @ GrinnellClass 2A1. Waukon (8-0), LW #1 @ North Fayette Valley2. Clear Lake (8-0), LW #2 vs #8 Iowa Falls-Alden3. Algona (8-0), LW #3 vs Southeast Valley4. Greene County (8-0), LW #4 @ #5 OABCIG5. OABCIG (8-0), LW #6 vs #4 Greene County6. Waterloo Columbus (7-1), LW #7 @ Monticello7. Benton (7-1), LW #8 @ Vinton-Shellsburg8. Iowa Falls-Alden (6-2), LW (X) @ #2 Clear Lake9. Des Moines Christian (7-1), LW #5 vs Saydel10.Williamsburg (5-3), LW (X) vs Eddyville-Blakesburg-FremontClass 1A1. Dike-New Hartford (8-0), LW #1 vs #8 Iowa City Regina2. Van Meter (8-0), LW #2 vs Clarinda3. West Branch (8-0), LW #3 vs Dyersville Beckman4. Western Christian (8-0), LW #4 @ #7 West Lyon5. South Central Calhoun (8-0), LW #5 vs Pocahontas Area6. West Sioux (7-1), LW #6 @ Emmetsburg7. West Lyon (7-1), LW #7 vs #4 Western Christian8. Iowa City Regina (7-1), LW #8 @ #1 Dike-New Hartford9. Treynor (8-0), LW #9 vs Cherokee10.Sigourney-Keota (8-0), LW #10 vs MediapolisClass A1. West Hancock (8-0), LW #1 vs Blemond-Klemme2. Saint Ansgar (8-0), LW #2 @ Central Springs3. North Tama (8-0), LW #3 vs BCLUW4. MFL MarMac (8-0), LW #5 @ Alburnett5. Grundy Center (7-1), LW #4 @ Wapsie Valley6. Earlham (7-1), LW #6 vs Nodaway Valley7. Woodbury Central (7-1), LW #8 @ West Monona8. Edgewood-Colesburg (6-2), LW #7 vs Clayton Ridge9. BGM (Brooklyn) (7-1), LW #9 @ Cardinal (Eldon)10.South O’Brien (7-1), LW #10 @ HintonEight-man1. Don Bosco (8-0), LW #1 vs Riceville2. Turkey Valley (8-0), LW #2 @ Central Elkader3. Remsen St. Mary’s (8-0), LW #3 @ Siouxland Christian4. Audubon (8-1), LW #4 vs #8 CAM5. Coon Rapids-Bayard (7-1), LW #7 @ Exira-Elk Horn-Kimballton6. Harris-Lake Park (7-1), LW #8 @ Kingsley-Pierson7. Easton Valley (7-1), LW #5 vs West Central (Maynard)8. CAM (7-1), LW #6 @ #4 Audubon9. Fremont-Mills (5-1), LW (X) @ Stanton-Essex10.Gladbrook-Reinbeck (6-2), LW (X) @ Colo-Nesco