Potential COVID-19 exposure at Unadilla Livestock Company

first_img(WBNG) — The Otsego County Health Department announced that Unadilla Livestock Company had potential exposure to the coronavirus at an auction in mid-May. The health department says if an individual develops symptoms, they should contact their primary care provider, the COVID-19 Hotline at (607) 547-5555 or the Otsego County Health Department at (607) 547-4316 to get tested. The health department is looking for individuals who attended a livestock auction at Unadilla Livestock in Unadilla, NY, on Saturday, May 16. They say an individual who resides in another county attended the auction and has since tested positive for the coronavirus. The health department is asking the community to spread the word on this alert to those who went to the auction who may not have access to television or the internet.center_img The health department says the individual attended the event from 1:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. and they were not wearing a mask at the event. They are asking anyone who attended the livestock auction to monitor themselves for symptoms.last_img read more

Eastwood is a not-so-hidden weapon for Syracuse on offense

first_imgIn an exhibition game against the University of Ottawa on Sept. 24, the puck found its way to Syracuse defender Lindsay Eastwood at the blueline. Eastwood drew back her stick and fired toward the net. Though the puck went wide, a thunderous thud echoed throughout Tennity Ice Pavilion.As Syracuse’s offense struggles, scoring just one goal per game this year, versus 2.5 goals per game last season, contributions from Eastwood become more vital. The Orange (1-4-1) needs to improve its offensive output. Eastwood’s slap shot is just one instrument in a substantial offensive toolbox that helped her finish eighth in points last season among CHA rookies. Towering over her competition at 6-foot-1, Eastwood understands the main source of the power behind her shot.“I’m bigger than a lot of the other girls,” Eastwood said, “so I can put a lot of weight behind it.”SU head coach Paul Flanagan recognizes that Eastwood complements the natural size advantage with her technique.“She gets really low,” Flanagan said. “Kind of like a homerun hitter gets low and uses his lower body, she uses her legs and her midsection really well to step into it.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textEastwood works on this part of her game as often as she can in practice, working on one-timers in various skills sessions.Hard slap shots are not the extent of Eastwood’s offensive repertoire. Though all defenders must have stick skills to clear pucks, Eastwood possesses soft hands that few expect at first glance.For most players of Eastwood’s stature playing defense, their job is to have the long reach to prevent opponents from gaining possession. However, Eastwood’s stick work, in combination with her size, allows her the ability to contribute more than the average defender.“She’s just really smooth,” senior defender Megan Quinn said. “She’s mesmerizing. Her stick is so long and you don’t expect (such good hands) from someone her size.”Flanagan also noted that it’s unusual to see someone of Eastwood’s size with such good hands. With 28 games left on the regular season slate, Flanagan knows how important it will be to keep Eastwood involved.“I would anticipate as the year goes on that Lindsay’s going to get better and better in terms of her offensive flare,” Flanagan said. “She’s really good down low and as we get into it I expect more and more from her.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 15, 2017 at 10:52 pm Contact Brandon: bross02@syr.edulast_img read more