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(wasn the best pass to Jirousek, Erkkila said. Played the body and the puck bounced right to me. I had a little lane and I was going (to the net), I shot it and it deflected off the defenceman stick. Linebacker Luke Conilogue (Jr., Erie, Colo.) had two sacks ( 14 yards) and four total tackles. Senior Emery Taylor (CB, Aurora, Colo.) recorded his second interception in as many weeks to help close out the game in the fourth quarter. Junior corner Marcus Lawrence (Aurora, Colo.) added four solo tackles and a breakup..
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Care home teen’s touching tribute to adult mentor who ‘changed her life’With the Mirror’s Give Kids a Cracking Christmas appeal you can help vulnerable children the chances that Holly has had after Sue came along from the Action For Children Independent Visitor schemeFriends Sue and Holly, right, enjoying the fun of the fair (Image: Phil Harris/Daily Mirror)Sign up to FREE daily email alerts from mirror daily newsSubscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailTucking into a hot chocolate waffle at a festive fair Sue and Holly’s smiles are as bright as the Christmas lights above them.There is a 40 year age gap between them but they could not be closer as they enjoy the thrills of Winter Wonderland in London’s Hyde Park.Sue, 58, and Holly, 18, both from Dorset, first met in 2015 through the Action For Children Independent Visitor scheme, which pairs children in care with a volunteer mentor.Holly, who is studying for a degree in Psychology in Southampton, says: “Before I went into care things were rubbish.”I was in with the wrong crowd and wasn’t doing very well academically.have to help others Jenny Agutter backs Mirror Christmas campaign”If I had a serious issue and had nobody to talk to then I knew I could call Sue and she’d drop everything and come round.”The pair share a knowing look before Sue adds: “I’m proud to walk beside her.”I love watching her grow and even though she’s had some really difficult challenges in her life, she’s always maintained her authenticity and is really caring and compassionate.”Holly says: “Sue’s going to come to my wedding and will be the godmother to my children.”(Image: Phil Harris/Daily Mirror)Action for Children says there are more than 120,000 kids living in temporary accommodation or hostels, with many under 10s without basic essentials such as fresh food or warm clothing.So every penny you donate to our Give Kids a Cracking Christmas appeal will make a difference.Action for Children is marking its 150th anniversary and the charity’s Julie Bentley said: “Your donation will help us support our most vulnerable children, not just at Christmas but every day.”To donate Send a cheque payable to Action for Children to Daily Mirror Christmas Appeal, One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5AP Text MIRRTEN to 70175 to donate 10 to Action for Children, MIRRFIVE to 70175 to give 5 or MIRRTHREE to 70175 to donate 3. Action for Children will receive 100% of your donation.