25 Things You Don’t Know About Me

first_img8. My most used emoji is the heart.9. I was a hand model in a Barbie commercial that only aired in China.10. Dog adoption is definitely the cause closest to my heart, [which is why] I teamed up with Subaru to spread awareness and to really encourage people to #MakeADogsDay.11. My first concert was Britney Spears at Madison Square Garden.12. I like to be anywhere with a warm beach.13. Yoga is my go-to workout.14. I love to play the piano.15. Growing up, I wanted to be a lawyer, mainly because my parents were lawyers.16. The best advice I ever received was: Let go and have things come as they are.17. My first trip to Paris was the most memorable trip I’ve been on.18. I’ve heard people think I look like Tiffani Thiessen.19. I love going to the park with my dog, Levon, or going on hikes with him.20. My must-have beauty item is an eyebrow pencil. If I don’t do anything else in the morning, I’ll use [just that].21. I used to have posters of Dave Matthews Band and American Beauty up on my walls.22. If I were competing on a reality show, it would be The Bachelorette. I’d love to create some friendly drama on the show.23. My favorite holiday is New Year’s.24. During quarantine, I’ve learned how to rely on people around me more [and] that it’s very important to ask for help when you need it. It’s really brought me closer to my friends.25. If I weren’t an actress, I’d probably be doing something with kids. I’d love to teach kids acting. I think that would be really fun.For more on Daddario’s partnership with Subaru’s pet adoption initiative, visit subaru.com/makeadogsday.Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! – Advertisement – Acting isn’t the only thing Alexandra Daddario loves. The actress, who is best remembered for her roles in the Percy Jackson film series and in 2017’s Baywatch, exclusively opened up to Us Weekly with 25 things you might not know about her — including her love for dogs, reality TV and food. Read on to learn more about the 34-year-old star.1. I love sushi.- Advertisement – 5. My favorite show as a kid was Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, the one with Teri Hatcher and Dean Cain.6. My guilty pleasure is eating an entire pint of ice cream and [watching] reality TV.7. When I was 15, I worked in an ice cream shop.- Advertisement – 2. My first car was a 2009 Nissan Sentra that I drove until it stopped going above 40 mph.3. My favorite role to date was Annabeth in [2010’s] Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief because that was really my big break.4. I have “Reaper” by Sia on repeat right now.- Advertisement –last_img read more

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Jordan-Elbridge indoor track sweeps OHSL Division II meet

first_imgShare this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Zach Barber nearly swept the jumping events, recording a top triple jump of 39 feet 8 ½ inches to prevail as he also went 19’3” in the long jump to claim second place.Quigley earned a title of his own in the pole vault, the only competitor to clear 9’6”. Tyler Spencer had a second-place weight throw of 36’1” and was sixth in the shot put, heaving it 32’5 1/2”.To lead the J-E girls, Vassianna Klock would beat the field in the 1,000 in 3:12.92 as Abby Burns (3:39.06) was fourth, with Klock also taking the 1,500-meter run in 5:04.50, Hannah Fichter (5:43.04) getting fifth place.Going 1-2 in the 55 hurdles, the Eagles had Kyra White win in 10.01 seconds and Mia Delap (10.48) grab second place. Not stopping there, White won the pole vault by clearing 7 feet, with Cassandra Gates (6’6”) in third place.Moving to the relays, J-E had Gates, Coral Uhle, Olivia Bennett and Jazymn Stevenson win the 4×400 in 4:41.31. Klock, Bennett, Hannah Fichter and Abby Burns were victorious in the 4×800 in 10:59.09.Uhle took second in the 600 in 1:45.25 and Bennett (1:59.18) was sixth, with Uhle third in the 300-meter dash in 45.98 seconds as Stevenson (47.10) was sixth, also helping the Eagles take fourth in the 4×200 in 2:04.18.Tatianna Parkolap cleared 4’10” in the high jump and was second to Syracuse Academy of Science’s Justine Bell. Fichter and Ella Jewsbury were third and fourth, respectively, in the 3,000-meter run.Bishop Ludden had freshman Beatrize Gurgol prevail in the long jump, going 15’11” as J-E had Delap fifth and Parkolap sixth.Then Gurgol won again in the triple jump with 34′ 1/2” as Burns was fourth for the Eagles with 29’5”, Gurgol adding a third-place high jump of 4’6”. The Gaelic Knights’ Isaiah Patterson was fourth in the boys high jump.A day later, in the Salt City Athletic Conference Metro division meet, West Genesee finished fifth in the girls standings and seventh in the boys standings.WG’s Caitlin Mills was fourth in the 55 sprint in 7.63 seconds, with Sandy Gardino (7.76) fifth as Abby Kuppinger was fifth in the 600 in 1:44.63. Vivian Youmans finished fifth in the weight throw.The Wildcats finished third in the 4×200 in 1:51.55 and fourth in the 4×800 as Olivia Becker was fourth and Rachel Reynolds fifth in the 55 hurdles Mikeayla DeJesus was fifth in the 300 and Becker sixth in the triple jump.For the boys Wildcats, Matt Bartolotta ran the 1,600 in 4:38.28 to finish fourth. Chris Moser was sixth in the 600, with WG fourth in the 4×200 and fifth in the 4×800. Connor Scott finished sixth in the long jump. A winter full of consistent results prepared the Jordan-Elbridge indoor track and field teams well for a post-season conquest as the Eagles won both the boys and girls team titles in Wednesday’s Onondaga High School League Division II championship meet at SRC Arena.J-E’s boys had 127 points, just ahead of Hannibal’s second-place 120 points. The girls Eagles picked up 125 points, beating out Tully (113 points) for the top spot as Bishop Ludden had 27 points for sixth place.To get the J-E boys going, Sean Dristle ran 3,200 meters in 10 minutes, 17.38 seconds, winning that race as Lee Jewell was third in 10:51.66. Dristle also was second in the 1,600-meter run in 4:59.10 Kenny Williams won the 1,000-meter run in 2:54.27, with Colin Jewsbury third in 3:00.21 to go with his third (5:06.12) in the 1,600.Derek Quigley, Michael Bennick, Rick Rauss and Aiden Lewis would go 3:54.29 to win the 4×400 relay, the only time under four minutes in the field. Lewis finished eighth in the 55-meter dash.Moving to the 4×800, Dristle, Jewsbury, Jewell and Bennick went 9:14.43 to beat Hannibal (9:33.14) by nearly 19 seconds. In the 4×200, Williams, Jewell, Rauss and Lewis were second in 1:44.61 to Onondaga’s 1:42.36. Tags: indoor trackJordan-ElbridgeWest Geneseelast_img read more

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