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Ohio University,

main campus at Athens; state supported; coeducational; chartered 1804, opened 1809 as the first college in the Old Northwest. There are additional campuses at Chiillicothe, Lancaster, and Zanesville, as well as facilities throughout the state. It has a noted university museum and a library that houses a special collection relating to the history of the Northwest Territory.
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Richard Downey (left) celebrates 20 years of Rock Cafe, Victoria Lane, Huddersfield , with his father Barry and | staff Rachel Noble and Jacob Lindley.
Skelmanthorpe's plan was to build from the back and, while it worked well, they were also denied any clear chances by the solid defensive line up of Callum Kemp, Matthew Higgins, Bradley Duxbury and Jacob Lindley.
At the other end, Westend's James Clark and Alex Armstrong set up several dangerous raids but, defenders Jacob Lindley, Cory Joseph, Callum Kemp, Matthew Higgins and Lewis Broadfoot were even less forgiving than their counterparts, leaving keeper Joe Haley without a save to make in the first half.
RUNNING HOT: The Dewsbury Rangers Under 12 team are back row, from left: Jamil Sair, Sean Smith, Jack Carney, Joe Haley, Brad Duxbury, Liam Milne, Jacob Lindley.
Jacob Lindley, a pupil at Huddersfield Grammar School, said: "I am really proud that our school has won this award and it was great to meet Katie and hear about the Commonwealth Games in India.
Jacob Lindley, aged 9, Austin McEwan (9) and Matthew Booth (11) have all been selected to train with the National Squad at Lilleshall.
The quintet of Matthew Booth (1st in Primary 2), Jack Sykes (1st in Out of Age 4), James Harrison (2nd in Primary 3), Jacob Lindley (2nd in Primary 4) and Austin McEwan (4th in Primary 4) finished in the leading positions in the Yorkshire Championships, which were held at Paddock, to gain places in the competition in the North East.
Chloe Henson, distinction for both; Thomas Holmes, merit for maths and distinction for problem-solving; head girl Sarah Killoran, merit for maths and pass for problem-solving; deputy head boy Thomas Kilner, distinction for maths and merit for problem-solving; Jacob Lindley, pass for both.
The nine Rastrick pupils who took the tests were Henry Clarke-Hanson, Adam Cousen, George Greenwood, Laura Hall, Chloe Henson, Thomas Holmes, Sarah Killoran, Thomas Kilner and Jacob Lindley.