A man was struck and killed by an Amtrak train Friday was identified Saturday as an 18-year-old Hayward resident, authorities said. Isaac Andino was out jogging when he was struck just after 1 p.m. by a train chugging along Union Pacific railroad tracks near Winton Avenue and Amador Street in Hayward. Hayward police and fire officials responded to the scene of the crash.
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- Kyle Harrison Reflects on Long Journey to First MLL Championship
By msilva - Tuesday Aug 22, 2017
Despite the individual and team success, Ohio and Harrison could not get over the hump and win the championship. Including 2016, Harrison had been to two MLL championship games (he played with the Outlaws when they took on the Toronto Nationals in 2009), and lost both of them.
As Ohio prepared to return to the championship in 2017, Harrison said he was working out and felt like he was in the best shape of his life until he found out he needed surgery on his ankle.
The road back to the playing field would be a long one.
“It’s been super tough. I got the surgery April 3. I was in a hard cast for two weeks. I was in a walking boot for four weeks, and then I got out and started movement — not running, but the elliptical, getting on the treadmill and walking,” Harrison said. “I’m not allowed to run to get in shape to play. I’m trying to do wall ball and the row machine and all these things, but you can’t mimic what happens on a lacrosse field without running.”
When Harrison returned, Ohio was 4-2 and on a two-game winning streak. Davis credited the depth of his team in allowing him to slowly bring Harrison back into the fold.
“Jake Bernhardt was playing at a high level,” he said. “We picked up Patrick Harbeson, Mike Birney, Tyler Pfister, and we had Dominique Alexander. Our stable was pretty good for the d-middie position. We had a hard time filling the fourth midfielder role. We said we’ll put Kyle there until you feel 100 percent.”
While the championship was the first for most players on the Machine roster, many around the league were particularly happy to see Harrison win his first. Players past and present — such as Brett Hughes, Paul Rabil and Chazz Woodson — as well as Harrison’s former coach at Johns Hopkins, Dave Pietramala, tweeted congratulations.
For Harrison, the veteran midfielder who turned 34 in March, it was the perfect way to conclude a frenetic 2017 before getting ready for another ride in 2018.
“It was crazy,” he said. “I had surgery April 3. My wife was seven months pregnant, and she’s waiting on me hand and foot when I should be doing everything for her. I’m doing what I can to get myself healthy to play and we have our second child. It’s been an incredible summer. I have zero complaints. Its been tough mentally. It’s been tough physically. The fact that my wife was supportive of me coming back and playing despite the pregnancy and having a newborn, I’m fortunate to have my support system. It’s been a crazy five months, and that championship makes everything worth it.”
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