165Let’s talk business.Catch up on the business news closest to you with our daily newsletter. Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “He made no report to the bus driver,” said Frontier High School Principal Gabe Moorman. Officials asked him whether OK., and he did not respond. They said he was reluctant to talk about the shooting. Paramedics arrived at the school around 7:50 a.m. and airlifted the boy to Los Angeles County – USC Medical Center in unknown condition. Sheriff’s Pico Rivera station Sgt. Della Walls said they received a call that shots had been fired at the bus stop. “We responded there, and there was nothing,” said Walls. Sheriff’s gang detectives are currently investigating the shooting. No arrests were made Wednesday morning. WEST WHITTIER – A 16-year-old boy allegedly took the bus to school after he was shot at the bus stop Wednesday morning. School officials said the boy was shot in the back with a shotgun at a bus stop on the corner of Norwalk Boulevard and Mines Avenue around 7:30 a.m. A neighbor heard the gunshot and called Frontier High School security officials. School officials said a boy had been shot, boarded the bus, and was going to the school. The boy, whom police did not identify because he is a minor, got off the bus at the school and was met by security guards.
INTERNATIONAL Rules manager Anthony Tohill has named three Donegal players in his preliminary panel for the games in Australia later this month and next month.Donegal trio Karl Lacey, Neil McGee and Michael Murphy are on the initial panel – 23 players will eventually travel.Team manager Anthony Tohill said: “We are very happy with the panel that has been assembled and with the mood within the squad. “Those who have trained with us have applied themselves diligently and are looking forward to the challenge of regaining the Cormac McAnallen Trophy.“A number of other players were approached to join the training panel but were unable to do so due to injury and other commitments.”“We’ve been training hard,” said Karl Lacey, “it’s great to be involved, and I’m delighted to have been asked by Anthony. It’s very competitive, 30 lads there, and every single one is training really hard. It’s a great opportunity to represent your country and play against professional athletes. So that’s what everybody wants, to try and make the final 23.“For me, personally I have an actual tear in the meniscus ligament, and there’s cartilage damage there too. I’ve seen Ray Moran in the Santry Sports Clinic, and he’s said that it’s going to need keyhole surgery at some stage but that I can still play away with it and get through it with intensive rehab and physio. “It’s holding up okay at the minute. I got through two sessions out of three at the weekend and I’m easing my way back into it. So far so good. I’ve done no more damage to it but I’ll have to get the keyhole surgery done at some stage.”Ireland International Rules Preliminary Panel 2011: Stephen Cluxton (Dublin), Leighton Glynn (Wicklow), Rob Kelly (Kildare), Emmet Bolton (Kildare), Brendan Murphy (Carlow), Colm Begley (Laois), Kevin Reilly (Meath), Karl Lacey (Donegal), Neil McGee (Donegal), Michael Murphy (Donegal), Steven McDonnell (Armagh), Ciarán McKeever (Armagh), Danny Hughes (Down), Kevin McKernan (Down), Joe McMahon (Tyrone), Darren Hughes (Monaghan), Finian Hanley (Galway), Donal Vaughan (Mayo), Eoin Cadogan (Cork), Aidan Walsh (Cork), Patrick Kelly (Cork), Tomas O’Connor (Kildare), Eamon Callaghan (Kildare), Kieran Donaghy (Kerry), Darran O’Sullivan (Kerry), Tommy Walsh (Kerry/St Kilda), Michael Quinn (Longford /Essendon), Chrissy McKaigue (Derry/Sydney Swans), Zach Touhy (Laois – Carlton), Tadhg Kennelly (Kerry/Sydney Swans), Pearse Hanley (Mayo/Brisbane Lions)THREE DONEGAL PLAYERS NAMED ON ‘RULES’ PANEL FOR AUSTRALIA was last modified: October 6th, 2011 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:international rules squadkarl laceymicheal murphyneil mcgee