Boys basketball: Mountain View 61, Evergreen 51

first_img Tags Share: By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. Share: GO Makai Anderson a three 3-pointers in the second quarter on his way to scoring a game-high 20 points to lead the Thunder.Zyell Griffin had 14 to pace Evergreen.MOUNTAIN VIEW 61, EVERGREEN 51EVERGREEN — Jaden Stanley 2, Travis Huffman 5, Dwight Jones 7, Zyell Griffin 14, Tyler Ricketts 1, Izaac Romero 5, Carter Monda 7, Mario Herring 10,. Totals 20 (3) 8-14 51.MOUNTAIN VIEW — Makai Anderson 20, Austin Lee 8, Trevor Binder 4, Mason Wulf 0, Jordan Cook 10, Ethan Blanchard 3, Sam Frosh 0, Devin Velott 8, Kaden Horn 8. Totals 24 (7) 6-10 61.Evergreen 16 15 10 10–51MtnView 10 22 13 16–61 Receive latest stories and local news in your email: Published: January 22, 2019, 10:58pm The Columbian Boys basketball: Mountain View 61, Evergreen 51 Evergreen PlainsmenMountain View Thunder last_img read more

UN will award annual public health fellowships in 5 million programme

The World Health Organization (WHO), with a special $5 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, today said it will train people younger than 38 years who already hold an advanced public health-related degree. At least half will be women and 80 per cent from developing countries. WHO Director-General Dr Lee Jong-wook said the programme comes in response to growing needs. “In the face of today’s global challenges of poverty, inequities, disease and epidemics, there is an increasing demand for dynamic health leaders with sound technical skills,” he noted. The trainees will work at WHO’s Geneva headquarters, as well as in the agency’s field offices, developing various skills. At the end of their training, participants will be encouraged to work in international organizations, government health ministries or with non-governmental organizations (NGOs), the agency said. Applications are now being sought and courses will start early in 2005. read more